Camp Program Specialist at Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri

Posted 7 days ago

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Year-round work

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  • $25K – $31.6K a year is the estimated salary for this role in Olney, MO.

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Implement and supervise a variety of camp programming and activities, including crafts, games, nature, archery, swimming, and boating on-site at camp. Normal work hours are Saturdays year-round and optional weekdays in the summer.


Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.

All employees are expected to fully support the work and mission of the organization.


  • Implementation and supervision of activities such as crafts, nature, and various other activities
  • Coaches archery activities to give campers the opportunity to increase skills and achieve their personal best; adapts archery to the ages and skill abilities of campers to ensure safety and accomplishment
  • Assists with the plans and preparations of lake and pool activities that ensure fun, safe, age-appropriate, challenging, and creative programming for campers
  • Monitors activities to ensure that all established health and safety standards are followed by participants; maintains compliance with Girl Scouts of the USA, Red Cross, American Camp Association, and Council health and safety standards and procedures; supports and positively interprets camp rules to campers
  • Plans and prepares for creative and fun inclement weather alternatives for swimming and boating
  • Serves as a positive role model and ambassador for camp
  • Inventories and prepares program areas to ensure that program areas, equipment, and supplies are maintained and kept in order throughout the camp season
  • Establishes and maintains good relationships with girls and adults
  • Attends and participates in training as required
  • Assists in implementing closing of daily operations and assumes responsibility for cleaning, inventory, and storage of supplies, equipment, and facilities


1. Minimum age of 18

2. Experience working with children, strongly preferred

3. Holds or is willing to obtain archery certification or equivalent

4. Ability to lead, communicate effectively, be adaptable, and demonstrate a positive attitude


Holds or is willing to obtain the following certifications:

  • Current American Red Cross Adult/Child CPR/AED
  • Current American Red Cross First Aid
  • Current Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri Lifeguard In-service
  • Small Craft Safety- Canoeing
  • Current USA Level 1 Archery
  • Current Range Safety Officer

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Job CategoryGirl Scouts of Eastern Missouri

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