Camp Instructor and Assistant Instructor

Camp Instructor and Assistant Instructor

Job Descriptions

Summer 2018


These summer positions involve teaching and leading outdoor environmental education activities for children, Pre-K to 7th grade.  Audubon has two camp locations: The Environmental Education Center in Bristol, and the Caratunk Wildlife Refuge in Seekonk Massachusetts.




Develop and implement natural history lessons, activities, games, and arts and crafts.  Supervise campers’ health and safety, and maintain clear communications with staff, parents and campers.  Attend staff trainings, and maintain general camp upkeep.  Camp Instructors and Assistants may also oversee Junior Counselors that will assist during the week.




Camp Instructors must be 21 years or over, and Assistant Instructors must be 18 years or older. Camp Instructors and Assistant Instructors should have experience and background in the following: environmental education, science teaching, and/or working with children.  Additionally, must be able and willing to work independently, work outdoors and have excellent communication skills.  Must have current Community CPR and First Aid or be willing to become certified.  Criminal background and sex offender checks are required.


Please send a resume and cover letter to: Tracey Hall, Camp Director,[email protected]; Audubon Society of RI , 12 Sanderson Rd, Smithfield, RI 02917, 401949-5454 x 3011.


Carolyn Anthon

Managing Director, Association for Environmental Studies and Sciences

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