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Girl Scouts of Nassau County Summer Camps

 

Camp Blue Bay, East Hampton, Long Island, NY Employment Opportunities

Applications are currently being accepted for the following positions:

Waterfront Director

Program Director

Unit Leaders

Counselors

Activity Assistant

Click on the position below for complete Job Description

Waterfront Director

Minimum age 21

$350-$400 per week

Program Director

Minimum age 21

$300-$350 per week

Unit Leader
Minimum age 21
$260-$280 per week

Counselor

Minimum age 18

$220 per week

Activity Assistant

Minimum age 18

$200-$230 per week

 

Download the Application (pdf)
Download Reference Form (pdf)

Camp Blue Bay is located in East Hampton, Long Island . It is owned by Girl Scouts of Nassau County and has operated as a summer camp since 1947. With its spacious 179 acres, beautiful beachfront on Gardiner's Bay and scenic trails, Camp Blue Bay offers girls a variety of experiences and activities.

Girls live in platform tents with cots, 4 campers to a tent. There are ten tents to a Unit (8 tents with girls, 2 tents with staff) and a wash house with flush toilets and hot showers. One unit allows for 24 campers to live indoors in a troop house.

A typical day will include a variety of activities such as swimming, boating, arts & crafts, sports and games, nature, hiking, campfires and cooking, just to name a few. Some activities are planned to include the entire camp.

Three meals a day are served family style in our Dining Hall. You will also have the opportunity to cook out over a fire with the girls.

In working with your unit, you will be helping the campers plan the activities they would like to do.

 


 

How do I apply?

Please download the application and three reference forms. Mail the completed application to the address below or E-mail to BissettL@gsnc.org and distribute the three reference forms to be returned directly to us. After receiving your references, we will contact you to set up an interview in person or by telephone. For the safety of all campers and staff, a background check will be run if you are offered a position.

Laura Bissett-Carr

Manager, Program & Outdoor Services
Girl Scouts of Nassau County at Blue Bay
103 Flaggy Hole Rd

East Hampton, NY 11937

Time Off. It's Important.

Having your own private time is very important. Camp provides a staff house on camp where you can relax. We are able to provide transportation into town for evenings and days off.

Each staff person will receive:

What about Training?

Staff training is your time to learn how to do your job at camp. Because the work we do is so important, our pre-camp training is five days. By working and playing together we will become a team, enabling our campers to experience a terrific summer.

Pre-Camp Training Goals

We are easy to contact.

Laura Bissett-Carr
Manager, Program & Outdoor Services
Girl Scouts of Nassau County at Blue Bay
103 Flaggy Hole Rd

East Hampton, NY 11937

631-604-2201
BissettL@gsnc.org

Policies

Smoking is permitted in designated areas only.

Drugs and Alcohol have no place at camp. Consumption of alcoholic beverages by minors (under 21 years of age) while employed at Camp Blue Bay is prohibited and is grounds for dismissal. Absolutely no alcoholic beverages may be brought into camp and no one may return to camp under the influence.

The use of any controlled substance while employed at Camp Blue Bay is absolutely prohibited. Persons violating this policy will be subject to termination and legal prosecution.

These policies apply to all staff during the entire agreement period-when on duty and during time off.

Can I earn credit for school?

Some schools will give you credit for an internship at camp. We will be glad to help you with the necessary paperwork. And, yes it WILL look good on your resume'. DON'T BE SURPRISED if in future job interviews, you talk more about your camp job than any other job on your resume'. Most business leaders understand and appreciate the challenge and value gained from being a camp counselor. The teamwork, leadership, decision making, problem solving, and communication skills you learn and practice at camp will help you succeed in whatever career you choose.

What are the staff benefits?

Girl Scouts of Nassau County is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer.