Working at Rainbow Camp®

2024 Registration Opening April 1st, 2024
8 weeks of full-time employment
Our pay grid starts at the Ontario Minimum Wage
(travel, room & board, and training are provided)

All staff must:

  • be 19 years of age or older
  • submit a Vulnerable Sector Police Screening
  • participate in Rainbow Camp® Counsellor Training (June 24-30, 2024)
  • be available for the duration of Rainbow Camp Ontario (July 1 - August 24) unless alternative arrangements are made in advance
  • be legally eligible to work in Canada

International Staff (including Americans): All staff are required to be eligible to work in Canada which can be done by applying for a temporary work permit. For more information about work permits or visas, visit the Ontario Camps Association page for International Staff.

For more information about working at Rainbow Camp, view our 2024 Employment Package (coming soon)

Leadership Team and Site Staff

Application Deadline: November 1st, 2023. Applications may be accepted after these dates to fill available positions. Accommodations, meals and travel (up to $500 CAD) are covered for all successful applicants.

Our LEADERSHIP TEAM looks at the big picture and keeps daily operations running smoothly! Leadership Positions include: Assistant Director, Program Director, Wilderness and Outtrip Coordinator, Medic, Mental Health Medic, Waterfront Director, Community Care Coordinator, LIT Coordinator, and Admin/Volunteer Coordinator.

Our SITE STAFF make sure we are all well-fed and that our physical site is ready for our campers! Site Staff positions include: Head Cook, Assistant Cook, Kitchen Assistants, and Maintenance/Grounds Staff.

For specific job descriptions and required certifications: 2024 Employment Package

To Apply: Comming Soon

Counsellor and Program Staff

Application Deadline: November 1st, 2023. Applications may be accepted after these dates to fill available positions. Accommodations, meals and travel (up to $500 CAD) are covered for all successful applicants.

Counsellors and Program Staff act as caregivers and role models for our campers! All of our counsellors are programmers too, planning and facilitating daily activities in one of three areas: Waterfront (lifeguards), Adventure Week (outtrip programs) or General Program Staff.  Counsellor-Program staff will rotate through cabin and programming placements weekly as assigned. We are also hiring an Arts Programmer to develop arts programming and maintain the craft cabin space.

For specific job descriptions and required certification: 2024 Employment Package

To Apply: Coming Soon

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