Employment

Join Our Council in the Fun of Local Scouting!

Working for the Crater Lake Council is an experience unlike other workplaces. Our Council gives employees the opportunity to support the programs and functions that keep local Scouting thriving in our communities and enriching the lives of future leaders.

We are committed to creating a positive, safe, and welcoming environment for all, valuing diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences that will grow and strengthen our movement and continue to make us a valued contributor to the communities we serve.

Open Positions

Summer Resident Camp Staff

We are looking for outstanding men and women ages 14+ that want to enjoy a great summertime experience where fun, learning, teaching, and serving young Scouts at our resident camps is the objective.

Camp staff will be expected to work the following weeks:

Staff Week

June 24th – June 30th

Scouts BSA Summer Resident Camp Sessions

July 10th – July 30th

Cub Scout Summer Resident Camp Sessions

August 1st – August 7th

Pay varies based on position, age, years of camp experience, Scouting skills, and assigned responsibilities.

Pay ranges from $110.00 to $330.00 per week.

Please note that some of these camp staff positions require a minimum age and ability credentials that must be met.

For any inquiries, please contact our Camp Director Heather Volkman at: heather.volkman@scouting.org

Staffing opportunities are in the following areas:

Head Cook

  • Responsible to the Camp Director.
  • Orders food, supplies, and other kitchen necessities.
  • Prepares invoices and packing slips for Business Manager.
  • Prepares and serves meals on time and in sufficient quantity and quality.
  • Supervises all kitchen and food service staff.
  • Maintains kitchen in a clean and sanitary manner in accordance with BSA National Standards and OHA Standards.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.

Kitchen Assistants

  • Responsible to Head Cook.
  • Responsible for kitchen and dining hall cleanliness.
  • Prep food in sufficient quantity and quality.
  • Serve food to camp attendees.
  • Wash dishes in a timely manner.
  • Other janitorial duties as assigned.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.
  • Responsible to their respective Area Director (Handicraft, Scoutcraft, Waterfront, etc.).
  • Responsible for performing duties such as instruction, guiding, camp-wide game coordinating, etc.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.

Details Coming Soon.

Trading Post Manager

  • Responsible to Business Manager
  • Responsible for trading post operations and sales.
  • Responsible for recording receipts.
  • Responsible to maintaining accurate inventory reports.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.
  • Responsible to Camp Director.
  • Serves as Camp Director in their absence.
  • Develops overall camp program with Camp Director prior to camp sessions.
    • Develops camp-wide activities with both Camp Directors and Program Specialists.
  • Responsible for directing and coordinating overall camp program.
  • Oversees all program activities, ensuring a quality experience for all camp attendees.
  • Works with Scouting units to develop specialized programs and features.
  • Directly supervises Program Area Directors
  • Coordinates camp CIT program
  • Carries out all other responsibilities as assigned.

Aquatics/Waterfront Director

  • Responsible to Program Director.
  • Responsible for entire Aquatics program in coordination with total camp program.
  • Gives leadership and supervision to aquatics/waterfront staff.
  • Cares for and maintains equipment and facilities associated with aquatics.
  • Conducts all aquatic programs in accordance with BSA National Standards.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.

Shooting Sports Director

  • Responsible to Program Director.
  • Responsible for archery and all firearm programs and ranges.
  • Runs program areas in accordance with BSA National Standards.
  • Supervises all shooting sports staff.
  • Cares for, maintains, and accounts all shooting sports program equipment.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.

Handicraft Director

  • Responsible to the Program Director.
  • Responsible for handicraft program.
  • Supervises all handicraft staff.
  • Cares for and maintains all handicraft equipment.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.

Scoutcraft Director

  • Responsible to the Program Director.
  • Responsible for Scoutcraft program.
  • Supervises all Scoutcraft staff.
  • Cares for and maintains all Scoutcraft equipment.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.

Nature Director

  • Responsible to the Program Director.
  • Must have knowledge of sound conservation and ecological practices.
  • Must have knowledge of offered merit badges.
  • Must provide quality instruction to campers.
  • Directs Troop or Pack projects and conservation activities.
  • Keeps track of and provides report to unit leaders detailing advancement and achievements in activities.
  • Carries out other responsibilities as assigned.

High Adventure Director

Details Coming Soon.

Outbound Programs Director

Details Coming Soon.

Counselors-in-Training (or CIT)

  • Responsible to Program Director
    • Serves at the discretion of the Camp Director.
  • Serves in a program or kitchen assistant capacity to learn more about camp operations and becoming a full staff member.
  • Serves where needed to deliver a quality camp program experience to attendees.

Our Non-Discrimination Policy

The Crater Lake Council is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a policy of nondiscrimination with respect to all employees and applicants for employment. All personnel actions, such as recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, layoff, recall, compensation and benefits, discipline, termination of employment, and educational, recreational, and social programs, are administered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or physical or mental disability of otherwise qualified individuals, or membership or application for membership in a uniformed service. Employment decisions, subject to the legitimate business requirements of the council, are based solely on the individual’s qualifications, merit, and performance.

Harassment on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, or membership in a uniformed service will not be permitted or condoned. Slurs and insults related to those characteristics are wholly inappropriate and violate the Council’s Equal Employment Opportunity Policy and also may violate Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act of 1994, or other applicable laws.