Summer Jobs

Come be a part of the Remedy at Camp Southern Ground. As a summer staff member you will enthusiastically be a part of a talented team with a passion for enhancing the minds of younger generations. Working at camp is one of the best summer experiences you can have that provides both challenges and expands relationships. We are currently seeking team members who are gifted in specific areas of camp life and have a passion for working with kids with different abilities!

Applications for Summer 2020 will open in November. 

Please review the information below to make sure at summer job at CSG is right for you! Click here to be notified when applications are open. 

Before Applying

Before you even think about really applying at Camp Southern Ground please read these points:

1) We are inclusive!

As an inclusive camp our camper population is made up of typically developing kids, kids with neurodevelopmental challenges such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, kids from military families and kids from underserved communities. You will work with kids who are very different to you, and some of them will be very challenging and require a lot of patience and love.

2) We expect a lot

Working at CSG requires you to put yourself second and the kids first. You will be dirty, sweaty, tired, and stressed everyday - but we will expect you to push through with a smile! We're here for the kids. 

3) You will change lives - including yours!

Working at CSG means helping a child to make their first friend, to be away from home for the first time, or to try something they have never done before. The kids you work with will adore you and you will be their hero. If you are ready to take on the hardest job you'll ever love, start your application below!

Jobs at CSG Summer Camp

All summer staff positions are on-site (you live at camp!) for the entire summer season. Below are positions we are still hiring for: 


Counselor Positions

All counselor positions are "in-bunk" positions that sleep in a bunk room with campers. These are entry level positions for younger staff looking for experiences in camp and working with kids. Must be over 18.

General Counselors: Stays in bunk with a tribe of campers, provides care for campers, leads them in adventures, teaches new skills, and helps campers navigate the social environment of camp. 

Counselor/Lifeguards:Stays in bunk with a tribe of campers, helps to run aquatics programs including life guarding, pool cleaning, towel laundry during the day, and provides support to campers during evenings. 


Coordinator Positions

Coordinators are the mid-level staff during camp. They provide support to campers, counselors, and also oversee and run day-to-day programs and activities. They live in shared housing with other coordinators. 

Female Staff Coordinator: Manage and provide support to general counselors. Candidates should have previous camp or management experience. 

Aquatics/Lifeguard Coordinator: Run the daily operations of our pool and overseeing our lifeguards. Must have pool/aquatic director experience.

Music Coordinator: Run our Music activities daily, campfire singing, and media needs for performances.

Adventure Coordinator: Oversee our mountain biking program, nature based activities, and assist with daily logistics.

Target Coordinator: Oversee our Archery/Axe Throwing program and assist with daily logistics.

Ropes Coordinator: Help run our high rope adventure course, low rope programs, and assist with daily logistics. ACCT Level 1/2 Certification preferred.



Inclusion Positions
As an inclusive camp, we provide additional support specifically for our campers with special needs. Inclusion staff provide support, resources, accommodation, and intervention when needed for our campers with different abilities.  They live in shared housing with other inclusion staff. 

Inclusion Counselors: - Inclusion counselors are each assigned 2-3 tribes per session. They provide support for campers with different abilities within those tribes to ensure they get the full camp experience. Requires education/experience working with kids who have neruodevelopmental differences.




Application Process

1. Complete your application, including submitting a resume during the application

2. You will be asked to complete a one-way video interview

3. Qualified candidates will be scheduled for an in person or online interview with the camp director or program director

4. References will be contacted

5. Jobs will be offered to the best of the best!

Contact Us

We know that you probably have other questions and we want to answer them for you! We know your child is the most important thing in your life and we want to earn your trust long before camp starts. So give us a call or send us your email! Tell us about your future camper and how we can help provide an amazing summer experience.