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Posted by Pat Gould-Thorpe on Apr 24, 2018
Offered by the Rotary Club of Windsor through the Camp Mockingee Committee and with the assistance of:
The Province of Nova Scotia, Labour and Advanced Education: Student Summer Skills Incentive Program
 
Beginning: Not earlier than Monday, April 30, 2018 (preferably in early or mid-May)
Ending: By Friday, August 31 (at the latest)
Total weeks available: 15 weeks {with the possibility of an additional week(s) depending upon start date & camp needs}
Hours per week: 35 (The hours each day can often be flexible.)
Salary: Minimum wage ($11.20) or higher (depending upon qualifications and experience)
 
Location: Rotary Camp Mockingee, 160 Smeltzer Road, Upper Vaughans, Hants County
 
Transportation: The successful applicant must be able to provide transportation to & from the location of employment.
 
Eligible Applicants must be:
1) A grade 12 graduate and accepted into University/community College in the fall
2) Attending university/community college and be returning in the fall
3) A permanent resident of Nova Scotia or reside in the province for at least six months prior to this work term and attending post-secondary education in Nova Scotia
 
Job Description:
 
Substantial personal initiative, the ability to work well with youth & adult leaders and reasonable personal fitness will be important strengths for the successful applicant as they complete the responsibilities noted below.
 
In coordination with the Camp Committee Chair and the Rotary Camp Committee the successful applicant will:
1) Welcome staff and campers to camp;
2) Assist them with dealing with any issues which may arise;
3) Assist with any programming requests;
4) Check the camp and grounds after groups have departed;
5) Mow and whippersnip camp grounds as required;
6) Grounds: prepare and then seed areas requiring full coverage or repair;
7) Prune and/or remove trees and shrubs as required
8) Complete minor maintenance;
9) Complete cleaning responsibilities as necessary;
10) Complete painting (preparation and repair as necessary) as required;
11) Complete tasks at waterfront as assigned and
12) Complete any other tasks as assigned by the chair and the camp committee.
 
Letters of application and full resumes should be forwarded by email as soon as is possible to Andy Kirk at this email. (agmkirk@ns.sympatico.ca)
Further questions may be addressed to: Andy Kirk, Camp Mockingee Committee Chair at 902 798-7446 (cell)