Employment and Job Descriptions
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Aspen Grove will be holding an information meeting on the BYU Provo campus Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be located in the third floor Assembly Hall at the Hinckley Center.
We encourage you to attend the information meeting before applying to learn
more about summer employment at Aspen Grove and have an opportunity to ask questions.
The deadline for summer applications is Thursday, February 18 at
Please read general information and job descriptions before applying.
Summer Staff Application General Information
to consider for employment:
- Priority is given to currently enrolled BYU Provo students who will
be attending Fall Semester 2016 or those accepted to BYU Provo for Fall
- If you are not a BYU Provo student, before a job offer could be considered,
an ecclesiastical clearance will be obtained from your bishop to determine
your eligibility to work.
- If offered a job, you will be asked to commit to employment at Aspen
Grove for the entire summer (May 24th to August 27th) without extended
time off. The regular day off is generally Friday afternoon to Saturday
afternoon. Please consider conflicts you might have with meeting this
required camp schedule.
- Salaries begin at $1,100 per month plus free room and board.
Working at Aspen Grove
is a very rewarding job. It requires much hard work, a positive attitude,
and a fun personality. Staff members enjoy a unique experience as
they both work and live on site in a camp setting. The work week begins
Saturday afternoon and ends Friday afternoon. Daytime work hours will
vary according to the job, and some evening work is required. Staff will
not only become close with one another, but they will also develop great
relationships with the campers from week to week.
||May 2 - August 27
24 - August 27
of all staff:
- Live by the BYU
- Work in a variety
of areas which may include custodial, work projects, and programs:
- Custodial responsibilities: cleaning restrooms, cabins and other facilities
in preparation for the new guests' arrival eachweek as well as distributing bedding and cribs,
and maintaining the appearance of camp.
- Work project responsibilities: painting, raking digging, sweeping, mowing,
- Program responsibilities: attend and participate in the opening and closing
- Most staff members
will be assigned specific standby duties on particular days
or evenings each week.
- Sunday work is
required of all staff. You will work from two to six hours
depending upon your area of employment.
Working at Aspen Grove
requires a big commitment and the ability to make a difference in the
lives of hundreds of families. For many staff, the chance to associate
with the over 80 other staff is a highlight of their camp experience. Activities
during the summer give staff a chance to get to know each other better
and form lasting friendships.