Summer Missionary Application
NOTE: Staff Training will be held May 26-28, please plan to attend.
Scroll down to see available positions and descriptions.
THE LINK BELOW WILL TAKE YOU TO ONE HOPE CANADA TO APPLY ONLINE.
SEND THIS LINK TO YOUR REFERENCES:
OR PRINT OFF (AND SEND IN) HERE:
COMPLETE A CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK IF YOU ARE 16 OR OLDER:
If you have not had a Criminal Record check completed and on file at Torch Trail in the past TWO YEARS you will need to have one done.
CRIMINAL RECORD PROCEDURE:
Go to your local Royal Canadian Mounted Police station, ask them to do a "Criminal Records check" on you. You will need to explain that you will be working at the camp during the summer months.
Please mail the completed originals to:
Torch Trail Bible Camp
PO Box 84
Choiceland, SK S0J 0M0
Summer Missionary Positions Available
Program Director - plan and implement summer program (schedule, games, events, skills as needed), as well as directing and encouraging cabin leaders.
Lifeguard - responsible for providing a safe and fun environment at our pool. Must have a valid NLS certification. Will also be responsible for pool deck, and pool house upkeep, and help with general camp duties as needed.
Wrangler - wranglers will help care for the horses, assist in skills, and help with barn upkeep. They should be familiar with horses. (Head wrangler is responsible for overseeing other wranglers and lead all aspects at the ranch)
Senior Cabin Leader - responsible for leading a cabin with the assistance of a Junior cabin leader. They are expected be involved in all aspects of camp life, leading skills as well as cabin time devotions. Must be at least 18 years of age.
Junior Cabin Leader - work with campers under the leadership of the senior cabin leader. They are expected to be involved in all aspects of camp life, leading skills, and helping with cabin time devotions.
Head Cook - responsible for meal planning, food production, ordering food, and give oversight to the other cooks and kitchen volunteers.
Assistant Cook - responsible for helping with food production to make tasty camp meals, and kitchen operations (serving, prepping, cleaning)
Head Custodian - responsible for the upkeep/cleanliness of camp buildings (bathrooms, sweeping, mopping, sanitizing, dusting, doing dishes as needed, etc.), as well as give oversight to custodian helpers.
Maintenance Worker - help with maintaining camp buildings, grounds, and equipment.