Camp Woodie is a Youth Education Program operated under the South Carolina Waterfowl Association. It is a 10 week summer camp program located in Rimini, South Carolina (on Lake Marion, between Sumter and Manning, SC). Its mission is to pass on the hunting and fishing heritage to the next generation. A passion for being outdoors is a must, but you do not need a strong background in hunting to apply for this job.
We are currently hiring male and female counselors for the 2017 camp season. Counselors need no prior experience and pay $250/ week. If you have a lifeguard certification, you will receive an extra $25/week.
We are also hiring an Aquatics Director to operate our Pool. Aquatics Director requires at least 1 year working at a pool and managing for chlorine levels, maintaining cleanliness, lifeguard certification. This position pays $300/week.
Check us out online www.wildlifeedcenter.org and our facebook under "Camp Woodie"
This job begins May 29th for one week of staff training and ends August 11th. Staff members are required to live onsite Sunday-Thursday, housing and meals are provided for during the camp week. You are welcome to stay onsite during the weekend, but meals will not be provided for then.
This job will qualify as an internship for many students in the Wildlife and Fisheries Biology field because you are constantly sharing your knowledge with children ages 8-16. We have a wide range of flora and fauna on our 530 Acre Wildlife Education Facility. The children rotate through a variety of activities during their week at camp: Archery, Shotgun Sports, Riflery, Fishing, Canoeing, Swimming, Deer Feeder and Camera Setup, Camouflaging boats and trucks, etc.
Please email us or call if you would like more information about this position. It is a great resume builder for skills, leadership, and work ethic.
Must be 18 and have completed at least 1 year of college
Must have valid drivers license
Must pass background check and drug screening during training week
Must have patience and compassion for teaching the next generation about how to enjoy the outdoors responsibly