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Current Opportunities

Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of youth? Interested in a fun, adventurous, flexible and fast paced opportunity in the non-profit sector? If so, apply at Scouts Canada today.


We encourage you to check out the below roles but also know that amid the unprecedented circumstances brought about by COVID-19 and its social distancing effects we are delaying most of our recruitment and are only persuing roles that are critical to our current operations.

Program Support Specialist — Part-time Summer Role

Our Program Support Specialists will have the opportunity to work with Section Scouters across Canada, enabling great Canadian Path programming, helping Scouters to facilitate great experiences for our youth. Whether it be hosting and/or organizing live webinars and virtual learning events or providing one-on-one virtual coaching support, our Program Support Specialists will be making a positive impact across the country!

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Cook — Camp Adventureland

The Camp Adventureland Cook will be responsible for providing meals to the staff 3 times daily, working with the camp director to oversee food orders, will maintain a clean kitchen at all times in accordance with public health requirements and will manage portion control. They will also work in a manner that meets COVID-19 safety controls in conjunction with the rest of our Summer Staff.

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Hospitality Director - Camp Adventureland

In collaboration with the Camp Adventureland, Camp Director, the Camp Adventureland Hospitality Director is responsible for the management of Summer Camp operations related to bookings customer service and tuck shop sales. This includes entry of booking information into reports for staff and regularly monitoring registrant numbers in accordance with the provincial reopening guidelines. The Hospitality Director is also the primary point of contact for phone and email queries regarding family camping and/or day-use passes at Woodland Trails/Adventureland. The Hospitality Director will oversee all Hospitality staff as well as the property’s tuck shop operations.

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Hospitality Staff — Camp Adventureland

The Camp Adventureland Hospitality Staff (2 positions) are responsible for providing a safe and seamless check in/out experience for guests. This staff team will be responsible for welcoming new visitors, reviewing protocols, providing tours/directions, and answering inquiries related to our various camping operations. The Guest Services Staff will support guests with programming sign-ups throughout the day. This team will also operate our on-site Tuck Shop for guests and members of the public throughout the week. This position requires superb organizational and customer service skills to support our guests throughout their stay. 

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LIT Coordinator — Camp Adventureland

The Camp Adventureland CIT Staff (4 positions) are responsible for the development & delivery of our leadership-based program on property, including creating all activities & monitoring the wellbeing of program participants. These positions are also responsible for all equipment, supplies & services necessary for the operation of said programs. This team must possess strong collaboration skills & be passionate about working with adolescents (aged 11-17 years). This position requires adaptability & an interest in supporting the Senior Staff in incorporating more of the Canadian Path principles into the Summer Camp Program. These positions will be essential in implementing and monitoring all health & safety protocols in accordance with provincial reopening guidelines and Public Health policies.

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Maintenance Staff — Camp Adventureland

Our Camp Adventureland Summer Rangers (4 positions) will be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of camp sites, lodges, assisting with general repairs & infrastructure improvement under the guidance & direction of the Camp Rangers. Maintenance staff will also be asked to help facilitate safe & enjoyable visits for guests in a manner that meets COVID-19 safety controls in conjunction with the rest of our Summer Staff.

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Maintenance Supervisor — Camp Adventureland

The Camp Adventureland Maintenance Supervisor will be responsible for overseeing the maintenance staff (4), maintaining the cleanliness of camp sites, lodges, assisting with general repairs & infrastructure improvement under the guidance & direction of the Camp Ranger. Maintenance staff will also be asked to help facilitate safe & enjoyable visits for guests in a manner that meets COVID-19 safety controls in conjunction with the rest of our Summer Staff.

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Program Director — Camp Adventureland

The Camp Adventureland Program Director is responsible for the management of the Camp Adventureland Summer Camp Program. With the common goal of enhancing camping experience for all guests, this role will support all employees on the programming and LIT staff teams; the successful candidate must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills with proven organizational abilities. The Camp Adventureland Program Director is the one of the designated supervisors on site; a clear commitment to the prescribed duties is imperative to a successful program operation.

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Program Staff — Camp Adventureland

The Camp Adventureland Program Staff (2 positions) are responsible for the facilitation of outdoor adventure programming on property for guests. This staff team will be responsible for maintaining assigned equipment to ensure safe operation on site. The Program Staff will provide instruction to property users in various capacities (i.e., archery, ecology, orienteering, fire building, etc.). The Program Staff will monitor the booking schedule to ensure guests are able to access the designated equipment at assigned times. This position requires adaptability & an interest in supporting the Senior Staff with maximizing recreation on property while adhering to all provincial reopening guidelines and Public Health protocols.

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Revenue Development Assistant — Seasonal Position

Do you think you have what it takes to become our Seasonal Revenue Development Coordinator? If you answered yes we want to hear from you!

 

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Program Coordinator — Program Design Team (Summer)

Do you think you have what it takes to become our next Program Coordinator? If you answered yes, we want to hear from you!

 

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File Clerk — Seasonal Position

Energized by challenging yet fulfilling assignments? Interested in joining a fun and fast-paced team in Scouts Canada? Are you a self-starter committed to working alongside volunteers (Scouters) and youth leadership? You might be the one of three students to take on the summer role of File Clerk in Edmonton.

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Kitchen Staff Coordinator

The Staff Kitchen Coordinator (1 position) is responsible for serving a staff of 12 in all food operations, including menu planning, food ordering, inventory control, meal preparation & clean up. With a set food budget in place, the successful candidate must possess a strong comprehension of portioning and food costing practices. Adherence to standard Food Safety protocol is required, as is compliance with all COVID-19 safe food practices.

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Program Staff — Camp Opemikon

The Program Staff (7 positions) are responsible for the facilitation of outdoor adventure activities and programming on property for adults and youth. This staff team will be responsible for running daily program stations and will provide instruction to guests in various capacities (i.e. archery, paddling, ecology, hiking, orienteering, etc). Program Staff will be responsible for maintaining assigned equipment to ensure safe operation on-site, and will monitor daily program sign-up systems in order to prepare the appropriate gear and equipment for successful facilitation. Members of this staff team must be comfortable engaging with and speaking to large groups of adults and youth. This position requires adaptability and an interest in supporting the senior staff team in maximizing recreation opportunities on-site while adhering to all Provincial reopening guidelines and Public Health protocols.

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Program Coordinator — Camp Opemikon

The Program Coordinator is responsible for the management of all camp program activities and events for adults and youth. With the common goal of enhancing the camping experience for all, this role will support a team of 7 program staff, thus, the successful candidate must posses strong interpersonal and communication skills with proven organizational abilities. The Program Coordinator is a designated supervisor on-site, a strong commitment to the prescribed duties is imperative to successful program operations.

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Lifeguard

Lifeguard Staff (2 positions) are responsible for supervising the Opemikon Beach and ensuring a safe swimming area for guests. A current NLS certification is required. 

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Human Resources Assistant — Summer Contract

Do you think you have what it takes to become our Human Resources Assistant? If you answered yes- we want to hear from you! We are looking to hire an HR Assistant for an 8 Week contract commencing mid-June.

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Campground Coordinator

The Campground Coordinator is responsible for all administrative duties related to campground operations including but not limited to: reservations management, check-in & check-out procedures, and general customer service. Detailed recording and documentation of contact tracing, program sign-up systems, and capacity tracking is a crucial component of the Campground Coordinator’s daily routines. This position is primarily based out of the Camp Office and will also oversee Camp Store and Tuck Shop sales.

The Campground Coordinator is a designated supervisor on-site and serves as the first and main point of contact for all guests during work hours. A strong commitment to the prescribed duties is imperative to successful campground operations.

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Bookkeeper — Summer Contract

Do you think you have what it takes to become our next Summer Contract Bookkeeper? If you answered yes- we want to hear from you! We are looking to hire a bookkeeper for an 8 Week contract commencing mid-June.

Reporting directly to the Controller you will support the financial activities of Scouts Canada through handling the day-to-day accounting processes including data entry, account analysis, account reconciliations and other duties as required by Controller.

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Waterfront Staff

The Waterfront Staff (4 positions) are responsible for the supervision of the property’s waterfront. This staff team will be responsible for maintaining the equipment to ensure safe operation of this program. The Waterfront Staff will provide instruction to property users on paddling techniques and waterfront safety. The Waterfront Staff will oversee the booking schedule to ensure guests are able to access the designated equipment at assigned times. This position requires adaptability & an interest in supporting the Senior Staff in incorporating more of the Canadian Path principles into the Summer Camp Program.

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Summer Ranger

Our Summer Rangers (4 positions) will be responsible for maintaining the cleanliness of camp sites, assisting with general repairs & infrastructure improvement under the guidance & direction of the Camp Rangers. Our Summer Rangers will also be asked to help facilitate safe & enjoyable visits for guests in a manner that meets COVID-19 safety controls in conjunction with the rest of our Summer Staff.

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Program Staff

The Program Staff (2 positions) are responsible for the facilitation of outdoor adventure programming on property for guests. This staff team will be responsible for maintaining assigned equipment to ensure safe operation on site. The Program Staff will provide instruction to property users in various capacities (i.e., archery, ecology, orienteering, fire building, etc.). The Program Staff will monitor the booking schedule to ensure guests are able to access the designated equipment at assigned times. This position requires adaptability & an interest in supporting the Senior Staff with maximizing recreation on property while adhering to all provincial reopening guidelines and Public Health protocols.

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Program Coordinator

The Program Coordinators (2 positions) are responsible for the management of the Summer Camp Program. With the common goal of enhancing camping experience for all guests, these roles will support all employees on the waterfront & programming staff teams; thus, the successful candidates must possess strong interpersonal and communication skills with proven organizational abilities. The Program Coordinators are the designated supervisors on site; a clear commitment to the prescribed duties is imperative successful program operations.

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Guest Services Staff

The Guest Services Staff (2 positions) are responsible for providing a safe and seamless check in/out experience for guests. This staff team will be responsible for welcoming new visitors, reviewing protocols, providing tours/directions, and answering inquiries related to our various camping operations. The Guest Services Staff will support guests with programming sign-ups throughout the day. This team will also operate our on-site Tuck Shop for guests and members of the public throughout the week. This position requires superb organizational and customer service skills to support our guests throughout their stay.

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Campground Maintenance Staff

The Campground Maintenance Staff (4 positions) will work in teams to maintain and improve the condition of the property. These positions will support the Warden in general upkeep of the campground and buildings, and will conduct routine cleaning operations.

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CIT Staff

The CIT Staff (2 positions) are responsible for the development & delivery of our leadership-based program on property, including creating all activities & monitoring the wellbeing of program participants. These positions are also responsible for all equipment, supplies & services necessary for the operation of said programs. This pair must possess strong collaboration skills & be passionate about working with adolescents (aged 13-16 years). This position requires adaptability & an interest in supporting the Senior Staff in incorporating more of the Canadian Path principles into the Summer Camp Program. These positions will be essential in implementing and monitoring all health & safety protocols in accordance with provincial reopening guidelines and Public Health policies.

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