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Each summer, Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma hires more than 70 individuals from throughout the United States and around the world to create an environment where girls build courage, confidence and character. Camp Tallchief serves 1,000-plus girls each summer through our resident camp program. Under the guidance of our talented staff, campers discover exciting activities that challenge their limits, build their confidence, and further their leadership skills – all while having fun making memories of a lifetime. Our camp is accredited by the American Camp Association (ACA) — a national organization that sets high standards for the health and safety of campers and staff, as well as quality program delivery.   

What can camp do for you?

Campers are not the only ones who benefit from camp. Working at camp provides staff real-world, resume-building skills you can use throughout life. 

Camp staff practice:

  • Problem Solving
  • Creativity
  • Teamwork
  • Perseverance
  • Critical Thinking
  • Flexibility
  • Communication

Looking for a summer job that will be fun and adventurous, and will help you develop the skills future employers are looking for? Join our team! Check out our available positions below. 

Available Positions:

To apply download an application here. Once completed please email to fmaloy@gseok.org.

Counselor Team

Apprentice Counselor - Assists indirectly supervising a group of 12 campers in daily activities and fosters a positive camp experience while creating a safe and welcoming environment for campers and staff. Responsible for managing camper behavior and tending to the hygiene of all campers.
Minimum age: 16

 

Unit Counselor - Directly supervise a group of 10-12 campers in daily activities and foster a positive camp experience while creating a safe and welcoming environment for campers and staff. Responsible for managing camper behavior and tending to the hygiene of all campers.
Minimum age: 18

 

Lead Counselor - Responsible for up to (12) campers and (3) counselors in a unit. Managing behavior, unit activities, and staff supervision. Must have the ability to supervise campers and staff members and organize and implement safe, fun, and age-appropriate activities. One year of resident camp experience is preferred.
Minimum age: 21

Program Specific

Program Lead: Equestrian - Develop and implement age and ability-appropriate, progressive Western riding programs. Assist with general unit programming and management. Implement ACA and CHA guidelines. Must be a confident horseback rider and have knowledge or safety around horses. CHA Instructor certification required.
Minimum age: 21

 

Program Counselor: Equestrian - Assist in implementing Western riding programs. Must be a confident horseback rider and have knowledge of safety around horses.
Minimum age: 18

 

Program Lead: Waterfront - Supervise all waterfront staff and all aspects of the waterfront program such as pool activities, tubing, corcling, kayaking, canoeing, and paddleboarding. Assist with camp-wide programming and management. Lifeguard experience nationally recognized lifeguard certification and supervisory experience are required.
Minimum age: 21

 

Program Counselor: Art -  Responsible for implementing age-appropriate arts and crafts programs with positive energy to build excitement for the arts. Assist with general unit programming and management. Applicant must be creative, organized, and experienced in varied media such as paint, charcoal, clay, etc.
Minimum age: 18

Food Service

Food Service Manager - Supervise kitchen staff and meal preparation for camp population each week. Duties include planning menus, ordering food and supplies, preparing and serving food, and scheduling and supervising kitchen staff and needs. Ensure that kitchen exceeds passing scores on Health Department site visits and enforce food safety regulations. Food management experience and foodservice training preferred.
Minimum age: 21

 

Kitchen Staff - Prepare quality meals for campers and staff. Serve food and maintain Health Department standards. Assist with food preparation and service, dishwashing, and general kitchen duties. Kitchen experience and knowledge of food safety regulations are preferred.
Minimum age: 16

Administration and Support

Business Manager - Manage all aspects of the camp’s business management and clerical support. Manages petty cash accounts and purchases. Assists in processing payroll, purchasing food and supplies, and reconciling camp budget on a weekly basis. Experience in summer camp and Girl Scouts is preferred. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license.
Minimum age: 25

 

Health Supervisor - Manage camp’s health care center and all required regulations. Overall responsible for the physical wellbeing of campers and staff. Experience in school or camp nursing is preferred. Applicants must have current RN certification and a valid driver’s license.
Minimum age: 25

 

Facilities Counselor - Responsible for cleaning community buildings, assisting with kapers, and cleaning of program areas at camp. Work with staff and campers to create a clean and welcoming environment. Responsible for kapers, simple maintenance, and cleaning program at camp.
Minimum age: 18