We are currently hiring for the following positions:
Lead campers age 8-17 who are enrolled in traditional overnight camp have a successful week at camp. Work with co-counselor & your campers to plan each session and help have the best week of camp! Assist campers with group living, facilitate relationship building, and personal development while playing an active role in all camp activities. Counselors should enjoy working in the outdoors and with children.
LIT & CIT Leader
Lead teens ages 14-17 in the leadership development programs including Leader In Training and Counselor In Training. Previous experience working at camp and with teens is highly encouraged.
Program Support/ Rover
A jack of all trades, this position helps in all areas of summer camp operations and steps in when staffing levels demand. This position will be cross trained in several areas of camp, leading to no day or week being quite the same.
Age Group Lead
This is a supervisory position, and previous camp counseling and leadership experience is required. Supervise a team of cabin counselors, coach staff in working with campers, and facilitate logistics for your staff team. Provide regular feedback and support for staff, assist with cabin group scheduling, troubleshoot issues that arise among your staff and campers, assist with camper behavior problems, and hold meetings to communicate camp-wide information to your staff.
Challenge Course Lead
Facilitate our high ropes challenge course, zipline, giant swing, rock climbing, low ropes & teambuilding. Course Lead is responsible for the safe & efficient operation of both the high and low ropes courses. Also, responsible for supervising & evaluating other ropes trained staff to ensure that participants & staff are safe at all times. Mandatory training led by industry professionals at camp is required prior to summer.
Conservation specialists organize and teach campers about the environment, wildlife, prairie and of course our natural spring. Conservation Leads are also asked to evaluate and update program lessons. Consider this position if you are looking for an internship!
Shooting Sports Lead
Shooting Sports specialists facilitate and focus on safety: traditional archery, 3D archery, aerial archery, bb, rifle and trap ranges. Also responsible for range management, equipment maintenance, and supervising other shooting sports trained staff.
Aquatics Lead is responsible for the safe & efficient operation of both swimming pools, canoes, and kayaks. Also, responsible for supervising & evaluating other lifeguards to ensure that participants & staff are safe at all times. Current lifeguard certification is encouraged but not required. There is a lifeguard course to available at camp prior to summer if needed.
Social Media Lead
Social Media lead takes photos of campers in action each day and uploads them for families to see. While doing this they also manage & create content for camp's social media accounts including Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and more! This person's day is the never the same and often changes based upon the camp schedule.
Also known as wranglers, these specialists take care of our horse herd as well as facilitate trail rides and teach an intro to horses program for our youngest campers.
RSR has a newly renovated Health Center that nurses get to call home during their stay. While at camp nurses are responsible for administering prescription medications, over the counter medications, and be on site in case of emergency. Nurses can work the entire summer, half-week, or week-long sessions.