Careers

When seeking employment opportunities with Camp All Saints, there are a few things to consider when applying. Learn more information below. 

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Christian Formation

The mission of Camp All Saints is sharing the glory of God in creation and the love of Christ in word and deed. 

Camp All Saints is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. Reflecting the basic principles of the Christian Faith, Camp All Saints provides quality programs and facilities that promote positive character development. All persons in the employ of the camp are expected to be familiar with and supportive of the basic polity and practice of The Episcopal Church.

Christian formation is the attitude of being a lifetime student in your faith.  This is important to model for young people in all areas of the camping program. 

 

A creative response to programming; how is archery like our prayer life?  Is wind to a sail-like the Holy Spirit in our Life?  When looking for a leader in a Canoe where do you look?

In other words, how do we take what we do from day to day and “FORM” questions that nurture our faith?

Part of a larger team

The scope of work to be done at Camp All Saints is very large.  Staff have many roles here and are all partnered with each other so we might accomplish our mission.

Departments include administrative, year-round program staff, food service, hospitality, maintenance, summer deans, and our summer camp staff.  

Ability to get along with others

Camp is a dynamic work environment. It is the primary duty of staff to be responsible for the students in your care. 

 

Each employee/volunteer is expected to learn the camps discipline model (designed for classroom management), working with different age groups and skills necessary to create a positive environment with children, co-workers and guests.

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A Waterfront Camp

Lifeguarding:  Camp All Saints is located on Lake Texoma and enjoys a beautiful waterfront.  Activities include; swimming, canoeing, sailing, kayaking, and fishing.  Each of these activities requires the presence of a lifeguard be present to supervise the activity.  If you are not a lifeguard, camp all saints will support a full-time summer counselor, head counselor (who has a signed contract with the camp for the upcoming summer season) up to $150 of a successfully completed lifeguarding class. 

Reliable

Staff is expected to be reliable.  To participate in camp there are schedules for staff, intended to provide time off, nested in the camper schedule that is designed to follow the program.  Staff who are not reliable tend to damage both the rotation of time off and may also impact the camper experience.   

Flexible

Schedules can change suddenly for a number of reasons.  They may simply be a response to a learning opportunity, weather, broken equipment, etc. 

 

Staff who do well in camp tend to adapt well to challenges posed by moving or changing schedules.

Willing to try new skills

Camp is a dynamic work environment. It is the primary duty of staff to be responsible for the students in your care. 

 

Each employee/volunteer is expected to learn the camps discipline model (designed for classroom management), working with different age groups and skills necessary to create a positive environment with children, co-workers and guests.

Join our team by learning how to apply and view available job opportunities.