WTA Volunteer & Employment Opportunities

Camp Wa-Thik-Ane Employment Opportunities - Spring/Summer 2018

Positions to be filled (See job descriptions below)
  • Lifeguard
  • Lifesaver
  • Waterfront Director
  • Site Manager
  • Boating Specialist

Interested candidates should forward CVs to: cv@guidesquebec.ca; those qualified will be called for an interview.


Candidates do not need to be members of GGC. All Safe Guide procedures regarding waterfront activities will be taught to everyone hired.


Members: If you have lifesaving qualifications, please send a copy to the office so it is recorded on your iMIS record

 

Pathfinder and Ranger Guiders - ask your girls if they are qualified!

Position

Qualifications

 Responsibilities
Site Manager

1 position 

  • Weekends Fri eve, Sat. & Sun afternoon from May 11 to September 23 as booked weekends
  • May/June/August/Sept 13+ weekends
  • July - Wonderful Weeks at Wa-Thik-Ane (4 weeks)

 

  • Min 21 years of age at time of employment.
  • Good interpersonal skills, organized and problem solver. Respect the governance and Risk Management of GGC
  • Bilingual

 

  • Represent the Camping and Property committees at the camp.
  • Meet & greet guests, assist with luggage, solve minor problems & seek assistance for larger issues.
  • Full list of duties available upon request.
  • Reside at camp.
  • Responsible for own transportation.

Waterfront Director 
1 position

  • Weekends Fri eve, Sat. & Sun early afternoon
  • May - 1 weekend for orientation
  • June - possibility of 5 weekends
  • July Wonderful Weeks at Wa-Thik-Ane (4 weeks and/or weekends only)
  • August - Aug 1 - Aug 11 and possible weekends

 

  • Must hold a valid/current National Lifeguard Certification from the “Société de Sauvetage” (Lifesaving Society).
  • A waterfront specialty is preferred
  • Current Std First Aid and CPR
  • Previous experience & references as a waterfront director and lifeguard.
  • Must demonstrate knowledge and understanding of Safe Guide (GGC Risk Management) for water activities

 

  • Supervision of all aquatic personnel & activities.
  • Defining the roles & responsibilities of all aquatic personnel.
    Ensuring the waterfront equip. & mgmt conforms to the Life Saving Society Waterfront Guidelines.
  • Ensuring the emergency response plan is effective & the general safety of all waterfront activities.
  • Full list of duties available upon request.
  • Reside at Camp.
  • Responsible for own transportation.
 

Lifeguard

  • 1 to 3 positions
  • Weekends Fri eve, Sat. & Sun early afternoon in May-June
  • May - 1 weekend for orientation
  • June - possibility of 5 weekends
  • July - Wonderful Weeks at Wa-thik-Ane (4 weeks/or weekends only)
  • August - Aug 1-Aug 11 and possible weekends.

 

 

 


  • Min 16 years of age at time of employment. Preferably 18 years of age.
  • Must hold a valid/current National Lifeguard Certification from the “Société de Sauvetage” (Lifesaving Society).
  • Waterfront specialty is preferred
  • Current Std First Aid is an asset
  • Must demonstrate a knowledge & understanding of Safe Guide procedures (GGC Risk Management) for water activities.
 


  • Ensure that campers for whom you are responsible are well supervised in a safe & healthy manner at all times.
  • Prevention of emergency situations & where this fails the timely & effective resolution of emergencies.
  • Reside at Camp.
  • Responsible for own transportation.
  • Assist lifeguard and waterfront director

 

Lifesaver
  • July- possibility of Wonderful Weeks at Wa-Thik-Ane 3-4 weeks

 

 

  • 16 years of age, Hold a current Bronze Cross and Emergency First Aid

 

 

  •  Assist Lifeguard and Waterfront Director
  • Responsible for own transportation.

 

Boating Specialist

  • 1 or 2 positions
  • Weekends Fri eve, Sat. & Sun early afternoon
  • May - 1 weekend for orientation
  • June - possibility of 5 weekends
  • July - Wonderful Weeks at Wa-Thik-Ane (4 weekend and/or weekends only)
  • August – Aug 1 - Aug 11 and possible weekends

 

 

  • Min 18 years of age at time of employment.
  • Must hold a valid/current Certification from the Fédération québécoise du canot et du kayak Flat Water Level 2
  • Must demonstrate a knowledge & understanding of Safe Guide procedures for water activities

 

  

  • Ensure that campers for whom you are responsible are well supervised in a safe & healthy manner at all times.
  • Prevention of emergency situations & where this fails the timely & effective resolution of emergencies.
  • Reside at Camp
  • Responsible for own transportation.

 



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