What does a lifeguard do at summer camp?
Being a lifeguard is arguably the best job you could ever have at camp! You’re going to have the ultimate tan, full access to the stunning waterfront plus the perks of being able to jump in and cool off during those long, hot summer days. Get your Hasselhoff on.
Many camps will also have daily swimming lessons, where you become the teachers – from beginners strokes to swim meets; working as part of a core team of lifeguards you’ll experience an exciting amount of variety.
As a lifeguard you may be stationed at the lake or pool, then find yourself kayaking or working with the inflatable toys and later hosting a pool party and boat racing on the lake!
Every camp director is going to be looking for enthusiasm, energy and responsibility, as although it is a lot of fun it is also one of the most important and safety focused roles at camp.
Why should I teach Lifeguarding at camp?
If you’d like to spend your summer by the water, swimming and soaking in the sunshine; then this is role for you.
When applying, you should look to highlight your ability and skill level in and around the water. You need to be a strong swimmer and if you don’t have previous experience in lifeguarding, you must be extremely eager to learn.
Lifeguarding jobs abroad are certainly some of the best ways to earn money and we can’t think of a better or more fun place than summer camp.
* Return transatlantic flights
* Between $800-$1500 pay
* Up to 90 days’ medical insurance
* Visa assistance and sponsorship
* Award-winning customer service
* Preparation and guidance through the process
* 24-hour support whilst in the USA
* Up to 30 days of travel after camp
To apply you need to complete a short initial application telling us who you are and some other basic details. When you’re ready just pay your £49 programme deposit to secure your face-to-face interview with one of our hundred nation-wide interviewers. From there Camp Leaders offer full support to apply for your visa and secure you your placement at camp. You’ll also have the opportunity to attend the Camp Leaders Job Fairs across the country in January and our pre-departure orinetations in April and May.
- Age 18 by June 1st 2019
- Clean Criminal Background
- Fluent English speaker
- Available for 9 weeks and able to depart prior to June 19th
- Active interest in working with children