Thank you for your interest in working at Summer Fenn!!
Every year we seek people with diverse skills and experience to meet our staffing needs—including General Camp
, Aquatics, Adventure, and other Fine Arts Staff. Please review these staff positions
to find the right job for you in 2013.
All staff are required to be a minimum of a graduating high school senior, have solid experience working with children and possess strong communication skills. We are seeking applicants with a willingness to learn and work hard as a team to create a great summer experience for children. A commitment to quality programming, attention to safety and a sense of humor are a must. Being certified by the start of camp in Standard First Aid and CPR, and having a valid driver's license are also required. Lifeguard and WSI training are highly desirable. To apply
, fill out and send in the Staff Application, resume and three
completed Staff Reference Forms to:
Director of Summer programs
Summer Fenn Day Camp
516 Monument Street
Concord, MA 01742.
Please e-mail any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Upon receiving your application, we will contact you to arrange a personal interview. Following the interview we will check your references, perform a criminal background check, and speak with you in more detail about the position. Logistics
All staff need to be available for training, which usually runs over the two weeks prior to camp beginning. Training consists of four evening and two full-day sessions. Camp begins June 24, 2013 and runs Monday through Friday until August 16, 2013. We have a late evening of camp closing on August 16th.
Staff should plan to be in camp from 8:00 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. daily. Camp is CLOSED Thursday July 4, 2013.Benefits
We offer a range of great benefits depending on position and experience. For the 8 weeks of program, including an extensive precamp training, staff can earn within the range of $3200 to $4400 for the summer, depending on the position and experience. Other benefits include camper tuition discounts and lunch daily. It is the policy of The Fenn School and Summer Fenn to maintain a camp environment that is free from discrimination and to conduct its practices, programs, financial aid policies and other camp-administrative programs solely on the basis of an individual’s merit, qualifications and abilities.
The Fenn School and Summer Fenn do not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability.
Summer Fenn complies with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is licensed by the local board of health (105 CMR 430.190,C).