Camp Zanika Lache, Washington State

Camp Zanika Lache
Summer Camp Staff


Job summary
Come see Washington! Camp Zanika Lache, located in the beautiful Wenatchee National Forest, is hiring for its summer 2013 staff. From the shores of Lake Wenatchee we provide an amazing experience for children ages 5-17 from around Washington State. We are looking for motivated, responsible and fun people, who can handle the camp environment and want to make a positive difference in kids lives. All staff receive a thorough orientation to camp and their responsibilities. This includes getting acquainted with fellow staff, teambuilding job training, and sharing expectations to set the tone for a fun, supportive community atmosphere. Jobs available include; Lifeguards, Waterfront Director, Arts and Crafts Instructor, Archery Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Trip and Travel Director, Counselors, Counselor in Training Director, Unit Coordinator, Office Manager, Nurse and Chef.

Requirements
All employees must have at least one year college experience and basic first aid training. Lifeguard, Waterfront Director, Archery Instructor, Ropes Course Instructor, Trip and Travel Director, and Nurse must all have the appropriate training and certification. Child care and camping experience is preferred but not required. All chef applicants must have experience cooking for 50+

Dates
June 16- August 21

Pay
1200.00-1800.00 for the summer, includes meals and housing

How to apply
Email or call us for an application. You can also visit our facebook page to find out more about Camp Zanika and the programs that we offer. On our website there is an online application.

Contact Information
Camp Zanika Lache
Alexis Blessing
Camp1@nwi.net
(509)663-1609
www.zanika.net

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