Commitment to Equitable Employment

Camp Kintail is an equitable employer. We are working to remove barriers to employment for people who are underrepresented in the workplace, particularly in the outdoor industry- Black people, Indigenous people, people of colour, people with disabilities, LGBTQI2S people, and newcomers to Canada. We recognize the inherent value and dignity of each person who works at Camp Kintail, and our goal is to ensure that all people have open access to employment opportunities here.

Staff members dressed in yellow chant, scream, and cheer enthusiastically at summer camp!

Applications for Staff 2022 are OPEN!

We are very excited about your interest in joining us at Camp Kintail for an unforgettable summer experience. Kintail is a great employment opportunity for people who genuinely enjoy working with children and youth. Working at Kintail gives you the chance to work with different visitors and guests from around the world including (but not limited to) campers, students, teachers, parents, volunteers, alumni, wedding guests, rental/retreat guests, and church members. You will be a key member to Kintail’s development and be able to lend your unique and individual skills to enhance the Kintail programs and facilities. It has been a privilege and a blessing to have new and returning staff join our team. We are thrilled you are considering joining us this summer!

Interviews In Progress. Submit Your Application Today!

2022 Staff Application

What Can You Expect Working at Camp Kintail?

Camp staff member named Typhoon sits smiling with 3 young campers surrounding him, all of which are smiling and laughing.

Working With Youth

2021 Leaders in Training hold up one of the female campers high in the air at Camp Kintail.

Teamwork Environment

Senior campers strike a position known as spotters on either side of a senior male camper who is balancing, trying to place down a wooden beam for a low ropes element.

Paid Training

A buckhorn brown painted cabin called Evergreen is seen between cedar trees.

Accommodations

Staff member with camp name Reverb is wearing safety equipment while sanding the pine roof on Bluevale Deck.

Learning New Skills

A drone view of cedar forest lining the shores of Lake Huron.

Working Outdoors

A staff member wearing a bright blue t-shirt is huddled in a circle with other campers and staff, all with their arms wrapped around one another.

New Friendships

Staff members with camp named Titan and Beebalm smile, dancing on the sandy shores of Lake Huron.

To Laugh, A LOT!

Staffing Job Descriptions

Click a position to view the specific job description for that role. Flexibility and initiative are key skills to have for working in the camp environment.

“Working at camp helped me find my confidence, sharpen my talents, and build lifetime friendships. ”

Becca 'Beebalm' Cheskes

Camp allows people to experience fun and creativity in ways they never could anywhere else.

Christin 'Hydra' Gillard
 

Camp gives campers and staff the opportunity to be the best version of themselves that they can be.

Matt 'Turkey' Hill

Volunteer at Camp Kintail

Nurse and Chaplain volunteers are always welcome at Kintail!  Throughout the summer these individuals will lend their gifts to camp for a week or more to help further our mission and support our campers and staff. We invite you to inquire with Theresa by emailing [email protected] for available opportunities.

Nurse and Chaplain Portal