now hiring

A chance to change lives this summer! 

Are you an energetic, positive individual who loves an outdoor adventure?

 

Skip the humdrum summer job and apply for a rewarding experience at Camp DaKaNi! Help kids of all walks of life find their spark in a safe and challenging outdoor environment. Join us for an unforgettable summer of teamwork and transformation! 

Camp Fire Heart of Oklahoma is now taking applications to staff our upcoming summer programs. Please see details for each position listed below. Applicants must be 18 years or older. Mandatory training begins May 24th; summer programs end July 30th. Pay ranges from $9.25 and up. Great resume builder! 

Click the link below to apply online or call our offices at (405) 478-5646 for more information. 

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Summer 2021 positions

GROUP COUNSELOR

Group counselors will lead a small group of diverse elementary youth and teens in scheduled and free-time activities. As a counselor, responsibilities include: 

Supervise the safety of campers
 

Assist Activity Area Instructors when group is present
 

Actively engage and participate with group during scheduled and free time activities
 

Supervise and assist campers with daily lunches
 

Assist Camp Directors in pre-season preparation, post-season maintenance, daily camp preparation and end of day projects
 

Attend mandatory 5 day staff training (includes 1 campout overnight)

ACTIVITY AREA INSTRUCTOR

Lead small groups of youth through specialized activity areas: 

  • Waterfront Instructor– Oversee boating(kayaking and canoeing) and fishing. Must be a certified Lifeguard. Certification can be provided by the camp.

  • Challenge Course Instructor– Oversee rock climbing, zipline, and low elements challenge course.

  • Archery Instructor– Oversee archery and slingshot range.

Activity Area Instructor responsibilities include: 


Maintain activity area equipment and supplies


Supervise the safety of all activity participants


Assist Camp Directors in pre-season preparation, post-season maintenance, daily camp preparation and end of day projects


Attend mandatory 5-day staff training (includes 1 campout overnight)

CAMP NURSE

Our Camp Nurse will need a license in the state of Oklahoma and/or registered as a physician, physician’s assistant, registered nurse, LVN, nurse practitioner, paramedic, or EMT. 

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