Summer Staff

At Redberry Bible Camp, our staff are committed to providing a life changing experience where character and potential are developed. Our program offers a variety of activities that develop children and teenagers mentally, spiritually, socially, and physically. We expect a high level of energy and enthusiasm from our staff along with demanding responsible decision making and common sense. We are looking for dynamic staff members to join the team here at Redberry.

**If you applied using our online application system last year, you have already created a login profile.  If you forget your username or password, please contact our office and do not try and create a new login profile - Thank you!**

New to Staff in 2019

discipleship week

Attention all high school applicants: If you are applying to work at camp during the 2019 summer and will have not yet graduated, it is strongly recommended that you commit to serving at camp during week #4 (July 21-26, 2019). During this week you will be participating in a week of discipleship training. This is a chance to grow together in our knowledge of God and the ministry of camp, and walk alongside each other as we grow in our spiritual walk. Participating staff members will be on support staff (kitchen, barn, or maintenance help) for this week, performing their assigned tasks in the mornings, and attending discipleship sessions in the afternoons. Get ready to nourish and flourish!

Cabin leader titles

We have brought back the titles of “Senior” and “Junior” cabin leaders. Honorariums are available for Senior Cabin leaders only. Senior cabin leaders will be hired based on experience, maturity and responsibility, and ability to train and disciple others (ie: training a foundations student).

All summer staff and volunteers must be a minimum age of 15.


Main Camp Positions

Honorariums are available for main camp positions.

Click on each position name for a full job description!

Head Cabin Leader

Responsible for discipling, supervising, and keeping accountable the cabin leaders on staff each week.

Sr. Cabin Leader

Responsible for the care and leadership for the 8-10 campers in your cabin, discipling and training Jr Cabin Leaders & Foundationers, as well as leading a daily skill activity.

Program coordinator

Develop age appropriate schedules and direct the main camp program for 9 weeks of summer camp. Up to two program coordinator positions can be hired.

Chapel Coordinator

Oversee chapel program and coordinate tuck shop/merchandise sales and inventory for all summer camps.

Foundation Program Leader

Develop and lead two, three-week programs for students in the Foundation leadership program.

Summer Secretary

Assist Director of Administration with daily office tasks and camper registration.

Video Tech

Create a camp video each week that reflects the activities and events campers participated in throughout their week at camp.  Produce 1-2 other creative media projects each week.

Medic

Responsible to take care of first aid and emergencies as well as camp and staff medication administration. Two medic positions will be available for the month of July.

Head Cook

Plan and prepare food for each week of camp (150-300 people/week) as well as manage all kitchen staff and volunteers.

Assistant Cook

Assist the head cook in menu planning and preparing food for each week of camp (150-300 people/week).  

Head Lifeguard  

Oversee all pool activities including free swims, teach swimming lessons, keeping accurate pool records and doing regular pool maintenance.

Assistant Lifeguard

Assist the head lifeguard with pool supervision, teaching swimming lessons and pool maintenance.

Head Wrangler

Organize and facilitate horse care, facilities maintenance and care of tack and barn equipment, and manage barn help volunteers. Responsible to create and lead the horsemanship skill programming.

Maintenance coordinator

Coordinate and lead tasks for maintenance volunteers each week (this includes regular camp cleaning and weekly projects).  

Specific Camp Program Positions

Honorariums are available for specific camp program positions.

Click on each position name for a full job description!

Day Camp Director  

Develop and lead two weeks of day camps in Saskatoon for campers age 6-10.

Girl’s Riding Camp Director

Develop and lead four weeks of Girl’s Riding Camp appropriate for varying age and skill levels.  

Girl’s Riding Camp Cabin Leader

Responsible for the care and leadership for the 8-10 campers in your cabin as well as participating in all Riding Camp scheduled activities. Both Sr. and Jr. positions available.

Boy’s Outback Camp Director

Develop and lead one week of Boy’s Outback Camp.  

Volunteer Positions

Jr. Cabin Leader

Responsible for assisting in the care and leadership for the 8-10 campers in your cabin as well as leading/assisting with a daily skill activity.

Boy’s Outback Cabin Leader

Responsible for the care and leadership for the campers in the Outback Camp program as well as lead lessons and skills under the guidance of the Outback Camp Director.

assistant video tech 

Assist in creating a camp video each week that reflects the activities and events campers participated in throughout their week at camp.  Assist in producing 1-2 other creative media projects each week.

Kitchen Help

Assist head/assistant cook prepare meals for each week of camp.

Girl’s Riding Camp Cook

Plan and prepare food in an outdoor environment for each week of Riding Camp (20-25 people).

Maintenance Help

Assist Maintenance Coordinator in the upkeep of camp buildings and grounds.

Barn Help

Assist wranglers in horse care, facilities maintenance and care of tack and barn  equipment.

SAskatoon Day Camp Leader

Assist Day Camp Director in caring for day campers and lead skills and activities under the direction of the Director.

Prayer Warrior

Commit to praying for camp during the summer and/or throughout the year.  If you would like to become one of Redberry's Prayer Warriors, click here to get our monthly praise and prayer report.