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Building girls of courage, confidence, and character in the outdoors.

We are looking for dynamic women and men who desire to give back to the girls in our community. As a member of our staff you will probably work harder than you have ever worked in your life and make better friends and memories than you can imagine. Camp jobs offer invaluable skill-building, leadership, training, and enrichment opportunities that can’t be found anywhere else. 

Must be 18 years of age by your start date and not be enrolled in high school for the next school year. For our summer camp COVID protocols, see Camp & COVID-19.

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Steps for Employment

How do I apply?

All applications are through our online system. Browse our positions below and fill out an application for any position that interests you. You do not have to submit a new application for each position you are interested in; simply enter all openings on the same application.

Remember that your answers to our application questions are how we get a sense of who you are. 

  • Are you a thoughtful, interesting individual?
  • Can you present yourself professionally? 
  • Do you care about our mission?
  • Will you take the time to do a job thoroughly and with attention to detail? 
When will I interview?

We will begin returning staff interviews in November.

New staff interviews will begin in early January. Interviews are conducted on a rolling basis.

  • Once we receive your completed application, we will contact you to schedule an interview.
  • Interviews may be conducted virtually or in-person. 
What are the next steps?

After your interview, we will reach out with more information about your next steps. We can only make job offers after we have heard from your references.

Questions? Contact Girl Scouts of Utah at info@gsutah.org or 801-265-8472. 

 

Employment Dates for Summer 2023

 
Camp Cloud Rim
Waterfront & Lifeguard Training June 5-7
Administrative/Director Positions June 8 - August 13
All Staff Positions June 12 - August 12
Trefoil Ranch
Challenge Course Training May 29 - June 2
Administrative/Director Positions  May 28 - August 11
Equestrian Positions May 29 - August 17
All Staff Positions June 5 - August 11

Available Positions

Use the key below to determine which camps have each available position. More details about the position, including a full job description, are available when you view open positions.

Camp Cloud Rim - Park City, UT: 

Trefoil Ranch - Provo, UT: 

Counselor Positions
Camp Counselor
  • Camp counselors provide a quality program, supervise a group of 6-24 campers during their stay, teach and lead basic camp programs, and assist program staff in other program areas.
  • Salary: $400/week
Head Counselor 
  • Experience true leadership by guiding and empowering other counselors and campers. Oversee the campers and counselors in program groups, act as a liaison between staff, campers, and administration, and lead camp programing.
  • Requirements: Related industry experience, supervisory experience
  • Salary: $425/week
Aquatics Positions
Waterfront Director 
  • The waterfront director will supervise the waterfront counselors, oversee the safety and operation of the waterfront program, develop waterfront programs and curriculums, and perform lifeguard duties and in-service trainings.
  • Requirements: Lifeguard certification, supervisory experience 
  • Salary: $450/week
Waterfront Counselor (Lifeguard) 
  • Provide quality programming for 12-32 campers at the lake. You will supervise free lake time, perform lifeguard duties, and teach and lead watercraft lessons to girls including canoeing, kayaking, paddle boarding, and sailing. This position will assist in the units and kitchen when not at the waterfront.
  • Requirements: Lifeguard certification (training opportunity provided)
  • Salary: $400/week 
Equestrian Positions
Equestrian Director 
  • The equestrian director is responsible for the supervising the equestrian staff, overseeing the safety and operation of the horse stables and horseback riding program, and managing a comprehensive horseback riding curriculum. 
  • Requirements: Supervisory experience, extensive experience with horse programming or certification
  • Salary: $475/week
Assistant Equestrian Director 
  • Assist in the overall operation of the horse stables and horseback riding program. The Assistant Equestrian Director is responsible for the ground school program and curriculum in addition to the Wrangler-in-Training program.
  • Requirements: Supervisory experience, extensive experience with horse programming or certification
  • Salary: $425/week 
Wrangler 
  • Assist in the overall operation of the horse stables and horseback riding program alongside the Equestrian Director and Assistant Equestrian Director, with a focus on the health and wellbeing of the horses in our herd.
  • Requirements: Extensive equestrian experience and knowledge
  • Salary: $400/week 
Riding Counselor 
  • Provide quality programming for 6-30 campers at the stables. Teach and lead lessons to multiple groups each day including riding lessons, ground school lessons, and stable chores. This position will assist in the units and kitchen when not at program areas.
  • Salary: $400/week
Program and Arts Positions
Art Director 
  • The Art Director is responsible for overseeing the art programs and curriculums at Camp Cloud Rim. Curriculums include pottery, drawing, painting, and general arts and crafts.
  • Requirements: Experience in art programming, extensive ceramics background preferred
  • Salary: $425/week
High Adventure Director 

  • The High Adventure Director is responsible for overseeing the safety and operation of the high adventure programs at Cloud Rim: backpacking/overnights and rock climbing.
  • Requirements: Experience in high adventure program areas
  • Salary: $425/week

Program Counselor 
  • Program Counselors are responsible for supporting program coordinators in various programs at Trefoil Ranch. When not assisting with programs, this position is scheduled to be in units supporting general counselors and providing a helping hand in the kitchen when needed.
  • Salary: $400/week
Camp Leadership and Administration
Assistant Camp Director 
  • Assist the Camp Director with the overall operation of camp including supervising staff, assisting with daily and weekly scheduling, managing incidents, conducting meetings, completing paperwork, and assisting around the camp as needed.
  • Requirements: Previous overnight summer camp experience, supervisory experience
  • Salary: $500/week
Program Director 
  • Assist the Camp Director in the development, implementation, evaluation, and administration of camp. This position plans and provides themed programming and manages the High Adventure Director, Art Director, and Waterfront Director.
  • Requirements: Previous overnight summer camp experience, supervisory experience
  • Salary: $475/week
Program Coordinator 
  • Program coordinators are responsible for overseeing the safety and operations of various programs at Trefoil Ranch: high and low ropes course, archery, hatchet throwing, woodworking, art, biking, and more.
  • Requirements: Experience in program areas
  • Salary: $425/week
Health Supervisor 
  • The Health Supervisor oversees the care and safety of the entire camp community including distributing daily medications, assessing camp and staff health needs, administering first aid, responding to camp medical emergencies, and assisting the administrative team as needed.
  • Requirements: Registered Nurse preferred; WFA, WFR, EMT or higher qualification required
  • Salary: $735-$1,000/week
MESH Specialist/Health Assistant  
  • The MESH Specialist will support the duties of the Health Supervisor, cover when they are on break, and will act as a resource for campers and staff who need support for challenges relating to mental, emotional, and social health.
  • Requirements: Currently enrolled or graduated from a clinical mental health counselor program, or a documented background in psychology, social work, or similar
  • Salary: $400/week
Business Manager 
  • Oversee the administrative tasks of camp by answering the phones, sorting camp mail and packages, assisting with the camp store, managing social media, and purchasing program supplies.
  • Requirements: Excellent driving record
  • Salary: $400/week 
Facilities
Maintenance Assistant 
  • Assist the Site Manager with various maintenance projects, general cleaning, and camp operation procedures. Tasks include lawn and yard care, site repairs, luggage hauling, housekeeping, and more.
  • Requirements: Excellent driving record
  • Salary: $15/hour

 

Learn More

Check out the resources below to learn more about what it's like to work at a Girl Scouts of Utah camp and what you'll gain from the experience!