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Summer Camp Instructors, 3-Season Instructor/Facilitators


Posted by Calleva on 02/11/2019

Job Basics

Industry Sector: Fishing, Outdoor, WaterSports

Job Categories: Guide, Instructor



Country: United States

Required Experience:

Job Type: Seasonal


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Required to Travel:

Employee May Telecommute: No

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Job Description & Requirements


We are seeking qualified, experienced instructors in outdoor rock climbing, mountain biking, rafting, kayaking, canoeing, sailing, fishing and paddle boarding.

Summer Camp Instructors; Duration: 3-4 Months (May 21st to August 31st, 2019)

3-Season Instructor/Facilitators (April 1st to mid November) 

As passionate, experienced outdoor adventurers, Summer Camp Instructors are certified and trained in a specific activity and facilitate week long outdoor adventure day camps and traveling overnights for youth ages 8-14. Instructors facilitate a new adventure pursuit each week and lead small groups of campers as they explore a variety of outdoor recreation sites.

Applicants for an Instructor position should have great communication, teaching and leadership skills, plus a strong sense of responsibility and professionalism. They should possess extensive experience in outdoor rock climbing and enthusiasm for sharing outdoor adventures with campers. A positive attitude, fun, flexibility and a strong work ethic are essential.

Summer Instructors, over 21 years of age, will earn $450 to $800 per week, depending on qualifications & experience. Additional perks include meals for all overnight trips, extensive training and development, pro deal purchases, personal use of program equipment, discounts on professional development courses and training certifications, and the opportunity to be a part of an active community of enthusiastic outdoor leaders.

Job requirements

Calleva values people with diverse life experiences who seek adventure in their personal lives. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and be passionate about sharing their love of the outdoors with children.

All staff must have considerable proficiency in teaching and communicating with participants of diverse backgrounds and needs. You must also be able to demonstrate solid outdoor skills, hard skills and proficiency in your specific area, and excellent all round soft skills.

Future Instructors must have a valid driver's license and pass a DOT Commercial Motor Vehicle (DMV) physical. Those driving a large bus or towing a trailer are required to have a CDL. Applicants should be comfortable working and driving in varying weather conditions as many programs are physically and mentally demanding. All staff must be physically capable of camping and moderately heavy activity equipment over long distances and uneven terrain.


See our website for more details  We look forward to meeting you!

About Calleva

Remembering where we have been is important of understanding who we are and where we are going.

2017 will mark our 24th anniversary, and we can honestly say that this journey has been full of surprises and adventures!!  Nick, Alex & Matt Markoff founded Calleva in 1993 as a small summer camp.  Today, Calleva is known as an innovator in outdoor education, with 100+ school and community partners in the DC metropolitan area. Our success is built upon the passion of our founders, who love introducing kids to the outdoors and teaching them to achieve their very best in every activity.

Calleva was initially modeled after Valley Mill Camp, where the Markoff brothers grew up working with their family.  However, over the years Calleva has developed its own unique brand of outdoor adventure that encompasses summer camp, wilderness educational experiences, environmental education and small-scale sustainable farming.  Rather than headquarter all of our activities in a single location, Calleva has created an innovative variety of MOBILE programming, taking participants to the best parks, trails, rivers and rocks in our region while operating an educational farm in Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve.