Come work at Presbytery Point Camp in 2020!
We want to ensure that only the very best people are employed at Presbytery Point Camp. Our thorough hiring process reflects this below!
Step 1: Are you Eligible?
The staff and volunteers at Presbytery Point camps must have completed their first year of university/college and/or be at least 18 years old at the time of employment.
Step 2: Complete an Online Application
Our online application can be found here on October 31st, 2019 and is a great opportunity to show off your skills, experience and personality. You can save and return to your application at any time to accommodate for busy schedules. Once fully complete, your application will be reviewed within a week of submission by the Executive Director.
Step 3: Phone Interview #1
When we receive your application, it is initially reviewed based upon what our staffing needs are at that time. After this determination you will receive a phone call from Jenna Thompson, our Executive Director. This initial conversation is a chance to get to know each other and establish if working at Presbytery Point is logistically possible based on your skills and availability. You’ll also learn more about the specific position we are considering you for and additional job responsibilities.
Step 4: Phone Interview #2
This interview will typically happen a couple of days after Interview #1 to allow you time to consider the position and come up with any questions of your own. Interview #2 takes place via video call or in-person coffee with Jenna. This is a fantastic opportunity to discover if Presbytery Point is the right fit for your goals and skills. Throughout the process, it is our aim to convey to you the ethos upon which Camp operates. By the completion of this interview you will have a full idea of what our community guidelines are, our expectations of you as a staff member and a great sense of our mission and purpose for you at camp.
Step 5: Background Checks
The high standards we uphold during interviewing and hiring are an indication of our ongoing strive for safety during the summer. As a result, all of our staff and volunteers undergo a background screening check. We will need three professional references and will run a state and national background check to ensure that you are suitable to work with children in a residential setting.
Step 6: Position Offered
It is on the basis of the telephone interview and consulting with references that our final hiring decision is made. After being offered a position for the summer, staff will undergo the following screening steps and forms required prior to training
~ Complete a voluntary disclosure statement authorizing background investigation
~ A check of the National Sex Offender Public Registry
~ A criminal background check on a state and local level
~ 3 reference letters
2020 staff health form completion
Signed Staff Contract
W-4 & I-9 form completion (We require 2 valid forms of ID)