The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp

Summer Family Camp Position Descriptions

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Safety is at the heart of what we do at Camp. Due to ongoing COVID-19 concerns, we have made the decision not to hold our traditional camper-only summer program. Instead, we are excited to offer Family Camp, bringing the joy and healing of Hole in the Wall to the entire family while ensuring the utmost safety for all!

Seasonal Salaried Positions

Requirements for all summer Camp staff salaried positions 

  • 19 years old or completion of one year of college
  • Physically and mentally capable to handle the care of campers
  • Be familiar with and enforce all safety, emergency and Camp policies
  • Serve as a role model and provide support to Camp volunteers
  • Commitment to fostering a community that celebrates inclusivity and our Camp values, which include camaraderie, appreciation, possibility and safety
  • Be flexible with the changing needs of the program
  • Comply with and remain flexible with COVID-19 specific precautions and requirements through the duration of the program, as outlined/advised by the CDC and HITWGC Medical Team.
  • Perform other duties as deemed necessary by Camp leadership
  • All positions are residential and are hired for the duration of our summer program. The time commitment is mid-June to mid-August

Available Staff Salaried Positions:

Family Guide

General Function

The family guide position requires a commitment to an assigned family and their well-being throughout their stay. Family guides are to provide guidance to their assigned family throughout daily activities, facilitating a positive atmosphere where their family can participate together as a unit. Family guides are there to help create a safe, happy and memorable camping experience for all.

Read the Family Guide job description


Program Pals

General Function

Program Pals are responsible for planning, implementing and adapting outcomes-based programming for children of all abilities and adults. Program pals help create and foster an inclusive and safe environment that promotes fun and engaging activities. Work effectively both individually and as part of a team. Program pals are responsible for maintaining clean and organized areas.

Read the Program Pal job description.

Program Areas

  • Adventure**
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Boating & Fishing*
  • Horse Barn**
  • Music
  • Pool*
  • Woodworking**

* Requires applicable aquatics certification obtained before Camp session
**In-house certification required


Logistics Coordinator

General Function

The Logistics Coordinator will be instrumental in coordinating entertainment and logistics during the summer program. This person will collaborate with various departments to ensure successful camp experiences for campers and families throughout the duration of the summer. This person will collaborate with the leadership team, medical team, seasonal staff members, and volunteers to provide engaging program activities for families and campers. Additionally, this person will be tasked with assisting in logistical errands such as essential-camp drives, organizing meal-time entertainment, offer program support with photography, and provide support to program counselors and family guides.

Read the Logistics Coordinator job description


Apply Online

To apply, please click "not a member" on the application page to create an account, then follow the prompts as to new or returning staff.