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Staff Applications

Are you interested in a job experience away from the hustle and bustle of the city? Camp Kinkora boasts 90 years of providing summer camping programs to children, youth and families in the beautiful setting of Quebec’s Laurentian mountains. Situated on a private lake, Kinkora offers a unique job experience guaranteed to give you a summer of memories and relationships that will last a lifetime.

Applications for Permanent Staff for the 2016 camping season are now being accepted! Below are some of the different jobs that are available at camp.

If interested, please email your CV and letter of intent to Site Director Cori-Ann Surette at campkinkora1@gmail.com.

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Assistant Director The assistant director plays a vital role in ensuring a successful, safe, and memorable experience to all campers. The ideal person for this position possesses leadership and effective communication skills, has interest in team work and community development, is motivated and animated, and enjoys working with varying clientele in an outdoor setting.  Download
Kitchen Aide   Kitchen Aides are responsible for assisting with all meal preparation and clean up as per the needs of the chef and sous chef. The ideal person for this position has high energy and stamina for long hours in a hot kitchen, has interest in team work and community service, is motivated and enjoys working with varying clientele.  Download
Lifeguard Lifeguards are responsible for the safety and security of all campers, staff, and volunteers throughout swimming and boating activities. Additionally, lifeguards are responsible for supporting and animating program activities for all camper groups. The ideal person for this position has high energy and animation skills, has interest in team work and community service, is motivated and enjoys working with varying clientele in an outdoor setting.  Download
Maintenance Maintenance staff are responsible for the general cleanliness and upkeep of the campsite and common activity areas. The ideal person for this position has high energy and enthusiasm for team work and community service, takes initiative and enjoys physical labour in an outdoor setting. Download
Medic: Nurse  The Medic/Nurse is responsible for the medical needs and care for all campers on site. The ideal person for this position has completed or is working towards a nursing DEC or degree, has interest in team work and community service, is motivated and enjoys working with varying clientele in an outdoor setting.  Download
Program Animator Program staff are responsible for assisting and supporting program development and animation for all camper groups. The ideal person for this position has high energy and animation skills, a sense of creativity and artistic abilities, has interest in team work and community service, is motivated and enjoys working with varying clientele in an outdoor setting.  Download
Program Director The Program Director plays a vital role in developing and implementing meaningful programs for a variety of camper groups. The ideal person for this position has high energy and animation skills, has interest in team work and community development, demonstrates positive communication skills, is organized, motivated, and enjoys working with varying clientele in an outdoor setting.  Download
Waterfront Director The Waterfront Director is an active member of the waterfront team holds a senior position in coordinating and supervising the team of lifeguards. In addition to lifeguarding duties the waterfront team are responsible for supporting and animating program activities with all participant groups. The ideal person for this position has high energy and animation skills, has interest in team work and community development, demonstrates positive communication skills, is organized, motivated, and enjoys working with varying clientele in an outdoor setting.  Download