Categories : Activity Instructor
Location : Canada, Various Canadian Cities
Start Date : May-June 2019
The Salary : Paid
We are the original Camp Canada established for over 20 years. We have offices both in Canada and the UK. We are offering 24-hour support every step on a way.
Winners of the silver 2017 British youth travel customer service award and ranked top in the industry for customer care, your experience comes first.
A Typical Day in the Job
A day at Camp Canada is not like a regular working day. It is full of fun and challenging activities, entertainment, and time to relax and eat.
An average day looks like this:
8.00 AM - WAKE UP. Time to wake up and get ready for the day ahead with your campers.
9.00 AM - BREAKFAST. It is the most important meal of the day. You'll be sure to find something to eat that you'll love.
And if you ask any Canadian they will tell you that Canada does breakfast better than most, and they are not wrong.
10.00 AM - ACTIVITIES. This is the time that everyone looks forward to. Activity Specialist will be spending teaching campers their skill, counsellors will be taking the campers to the activities (and joining in), and campers will be trying something new or improving their skills.
12.30 PM - LUNCHTIME. It is time for everyone to refuel and get ready for the afternoon activities. Lunch consist of no only amazing Canadian food, but also some of your favourite lunchtime foods from around the world.
1.30 PM - REST HOUR. Time to take an hour away from the afternoon and let lunch settle. This is often one of the most precious hours of the day as it prepares you for the afternoon and evening.
2.30 PM - MORE ACTIVITIES - It's one of the main focuses of camp, and there is a whole afternoon of activities lined up for campers to enjoy and for Activity Specialists to teach.
3.30 PM - SNACK TIME. Time for a quick break to enjoy a snack and refuel, everyone loves this short break, not only for the rest, but also for the delicious snacks.
4.00 PM - BACK TO ACTIVITIES. Time to finish off the day with some more activities, often these are a bit more relaxed than the earlier sessions, so expect a few hours of fun games for the campers.
6.00 PM - DINNER TIME. The final meal of the day could be classic Canadian foods, or something else from around the world. Either way, one thing is guaranteed. Not only will it be well needed after a day of activities, but also absolutely delicious.
8.00 PM - EVENING ACTIVITIES. From traditional campfires, to talent shows and bunk sneak outs. The evening activities offer a chance for everyone on camp to get together and enjoy some group activities.
10.00 PM - BEDTIME. After a long day, full of activities, laughter and great food. It is time for everyone to relax and go to bed. Recharge the batteries and get ready for another day full of activities and excitement.
Who are we looking for?
Shows a strong work ethic
Skilled or trained in a sport or hobby is a bonus
What we can offer you
Guaranteed camp placement
Minimum of $1300 CAD spending money (19 years olds and over earn minimum $1500 CAD)
Support with Canadian work permit
10 weeks of health insurance
Free accommodation in arrival city (up to 2 nights)
Orientation in your arrival city
Free Canadian bank account
Social Insurance Number assistance
Arrival travel assistance
Transport from your host city to camp
Room and board at camp
Support extending your stay after camp as a visitor
24-hour emergency support
5-10% Discount on after camp travel through Moose network trips
Having the best summer of your life and make new friends from all over the world