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Looking for meaningful work in the field of nature connection?

To best understand our work culture, read this page before applying below…

What We Value in Our Staff

We call ourselves “Pineys.” Our team is made up of directors, admin & field staff who are entrusted with the awesome responsibility of creating personalized, high-quality, adventures in nature-connection for kids, teens and adults. We take that responsibility seriously….and we have fun doing so.

 

Our staff culture is both challenging & supportive. Here’s a list of some of the qualities we’re looking for when recruiting Pineys:

  • Service-Minded: You’ve Gotta Like Humans. We value people who are truly helpful to others (in thought & action), who put empathy & respect before judgement & blame, who can safely manage risk in varied conditions, and who can deliver good customer service to the wide range of people who come our way.
  • Mentors with Heart: You’ve Gotta Show Up Fully. This work is about relationships – creating connections between both nature & people – and connections between people. We value those with a clear mind & a big heart. You can’t check your heart or mind at the door every day.
  • Embodied Wildness: You’ve Gotta Be Wildness at times. The mouse who is blind-with-rage or self-pitying is soon dinner for the invisible stoat. We value life-affirming people here – a blend of buzzing vitality, contagious curiousity & disarming inner peace.
  • Creative, Risk-Taking Collaborators: You’ve Gotta Be Willing To Take Chances. We’ve all got different mojo (thank goodness). We value a team with a diversity of gifts & talents to inspire, excite, and open the minds of those we work with.  Piney Goals + Unique You = Superpowers.
  • Integrity & Maturity Required: You’ve Gotta Be Responsible for Yourself (you’re momma don’t work here). We value folks who show up on time, look presentable, & have good hygiene; who work hard and communicate responsibly; who follow-through & value doing the right thing over being right. We take our work seriously while enjoying the wild ride.
  • Work-in-Progress: You’ve Gotta Be Willing to Stretch Yourself. No one is perfect, and we value folks who challenge their “edges,” comfort zones, and personal blocks; who forgive themselves & treat others respectfully; who approach situations with honesty & humility. This all takes courage, vulnerability and a commitment to professional growth via honest feedback.

Piney’s are wicked curious, dynamic humans. Pineys possess a thirst for knowledge & personal growth. We value humor, playfulness & deep connection in our lives. We have been known to geek out with field guides, create epic adventures & humbly serve our community with little whining.

Does This Sound Like You?

 

JOB OPENINGS for Summer Camp 2020

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Summer Camp Lead Instructor:

Summer Camp Lead Instructors are vital members of a community supporting the mission of White Pine Programs. Lead Instructors are responsible for the safety, health and well-being of campers and the facilitation of camp curriculum. Lead Instructors directly manage a group of 6-8 children, oversee assistants and volunteers as assigned and report to Site Managers.

 

Summer Camp Site Manager:

The role of a Site Manager is to oversee staff, campers, volunteers and parents at one of our summer camp locations. Summer Camp Site Managers are vital members of a community supporting the mission of White Pine Programs. Site Managers are responsible for strong, clear leadership of their staff, ability to delegate, observe, communicate and determine best practices in any given situation. Site Managers work closely with the Summer Camp Director to create a strong camp foundation to support staff, volunteers, parents and campers to ensure a safe, high quality experience. Site Managers report to the Summer Camp Director as their direct supervisor.

 

Summer Camp Site Assist:

Summer Camp Site Assistants are vital members of a community supporting the mission of White Pine Programs. Site Assists work closely with the Site Manager in the oversight of summer camp locations and are responsible for observing, communicating and taking appropriate actions as directed. Site Assists work closely with Site Managers to create a strong camp foundation to support staff, volunteers, parents and campers to ensure a safe, high quality camp experience. Site Assists report directly to Site Managers.

 

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