For many, the experience of working at camp can be life-changing and for all it offers enormous benefits - increased confidence, organisational and management skills, the ability to work successfully with people, and a positive attitude to life in general. Working at camp provides a great addition to a university or job personal statement and CVs.
Working at Camp Cooper is a life-changing experience!
It's a big commitment - it can be hard work, and there are some long hours - but with big commitment comes BIG reward, and the reward for our staff will be a summer of fun, laughter, challenges and incredible memories. You'll have tons of fun taking part in new activities and sharing your talents; you'll learn to turn any item of clothing into a costume and best of all, you'll realise the positive impact you can have on the lives of our incredible campers.
How to Apply & Assessment Process
Our assessments are a time to get to know you and see you interact with others. Our assessments are a relaxed affair; we make sure there is lots of fun, games and laughter.
The cabin counsellor is a role model, friend, leader and mentor for our campers. Each counsellor is responsible for a cabin group of 8 - 12 campers - living, eating, laughing, supporting and organising activities with their group.
Head Counsellor (Leadership Team Role)
We are looking for experienced Camp Counsellors who are looking for a new role at Summer Camp with more responsibility. The Head Counsellor role is a leadership role at Camp Cooper - you will also be assisting with all aspects of running Camp.
LIT Director (Leadership Team Role)
The LIT Director is responsible for overseeing the Leaders-In-Training (LIT) Programme, which is a leadership development programme for 17 & 18 year olds.
Events Coordinator (Leaderships Team Role)
The Event Manager at Camp Cooper is responsible for the running of our All-Camp special events that happen each evening.
We are looking for a Logistics Manager that is super organised, loves logistics and wants to work behind the scenes to ensure Camp runs smoothly.
The nurse is responsible for the health care of the campers and staff at Camp including giving out medications,
dealing with ill or injured campers and dealing with medical emergencies.
Our 5-day intensive staff training week is a critical part of Camp Cooper. We set the tone for the summer and learn how to create a fun and positive atmosphere, how to run creative activities and how to ensure the campers are safe.