The staff at RDC has been led by co-General Managers John Jurczynski and Kathy Wheeler since 1990. Their small, year-round team is joined each summer by over 100 people that come from across the country and around the world.
If you love the outdoors, aren't afraid of hard work and are interested in forming lasting friendships with people from around the globe then check out the employment opportunities listed below. We'd love to hear from you!
From housekeepers, office staff and food service help to outside crew, recreation and Wee Camper staff, there are jobs that suit virtually every skill, talent and interest.
RDC STAFF POSITIONS
Housekeepers are responsible for the general care and cleanliness of camp cottages and support facilities--ensuring our guests a safe, relaxing, and enjoyable camp experience. Housekeeper duties include but are not limited to: thorough cleaning of cottages and common areas, bed-making, towel delivery, and checking for needed cottage maintenance and repairs.
Laundry Staff members are responsible for the daily operations of the Camp´s laundry facility where all linens and towels as well as guests´ laundry are cleaned.
Food Service positions include wait staff, dishwashers, prep cooks, production manager and chefs for two camp dining halls. Food service employees also set up weekly picnics at the ball field.
Zodiac is RDC's game room and store for snacks, sundries and sporting goods. Duties include: recording bike rentals; communicating regularly with the Finance Manager to confirm accuracy of daily deposits and charges; keeping an accurate inventory of retail items, restocking when necessary; and monitoring activity in the adjacent game room.
Outside Crew members are responsible for the delivery of ice and firewood to assigned cottages; tennis court maintenance, assisting housekeepers when necessary (e.g. moving furniture, picking up laundry, sorting trash and recyclables, etc.); general maintenance of camp grounds; and ensuring guests a safe, relaxing, and enjoyable camp experience.
Wee Campers is a morning outdoor playgroup for children ages 3-5 years old. Together, the staff plans and organizes daily activities that introduce children to camp life and help them develop an appreciation for nature.
Recreation Committee members are responsible for organizing, supervising and directing activities for guests of all ages. Camp activities include: tennis tournaments, organized games and sports, picnics, boat tours, hiking in the White Mountains, swimming and sailing events, talent shows, square dances and much more. Recreation staff applicants should enjoy teaching and working with people of all ages; possess skills and certifications related to the above-listed activities; be capable of driving a van and operating a commercial motor boat; be safety-oriented, highly motivated and enthusiastic; and possess a positive and flexible attitude.
Office Staff members are responsible for operating the camp offices in an accurate, informative, and friendly manner-- ensuring guests a safe, relaxing, and enjoyable camp experience. Duties include but are not limited to: responding to guest inquiries and requests, billing, maintaining arrival and departure records, and operating our computer database.
Harbormasters are responsible for delivering rental boats to guest docks and maintaining safe boating at RDC. Duties include: delivering and setting up boats, performing routine maintenance and repairs, teaching basic boating instruction, pumping boat gas, tracking boat rental billing, and operating commercial boats.
If you would like to apply for a summer staff position, please fill out the following forms and send them to RDC on or before January 15, 2017.