Southborough job listings: Summer Camp Counselors (plus IT Manager and Public Health Nurse still open)

I received news of another job available in Southborough. It brings good news for a whole lot of parents – Southborough Recreation is looking for Counselors for Summer Camp. 

As I updated this morning in yesterday’s job listings post, the Town of Southborough is also still recruiting for two open positions.

If you have any of your own job openings in town to share this week, you can add them in comments below.

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Town of Southborough

You can find the details on the two previously posted, but still open positions by clicking links for the IT Manager and Public Health Nurse positions.

  • Summer Camp Counselor for Southborough Recreation
    Applicants MUST have experience working with children and be able to work June 28 through August 20, Mondays – Fridays from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm.Counselors are responsible for supervision, safety, and overall experience of campers involved in the Southborough Recreation Summer Day Camp system. Counselors will be tasked with implementing programming, policies, and procedures as directed by the Camp’s Supervisor or his/her designee. Interaction with parents, guardians, and caregivers will be mandatory.

    (Click here for application)

Note: Under state law, teens under the age of 18 need a work permit before starting a job. If you don’t already have one, you can find information on obtaining one here.

For fun, I included pics of counselors having fun at past Southborough Rec summer camps from past Facebook posts:

Southborough Rec Camp Counselors (from Facebook)   Southborough Rec Camp Counselors (from Facebook) 

Worth noting, this year Southborough Recreation will offer a full day camp option – which explains the longer than usual hours listed above.

Last year, Rec announced that it would be consolidating the two camp age groups to one site at Woodward School and offering both half day and full day options. The pandemic put a halt to that, forcing Rec to cancel all of its 2020 summer camps and clinics. This will be the first year for the big change. Stay tuned for details on the program.

(You can read about last year’s plans here – but you should expect some differences this summer. For instance, Rec doesn’t believe that it will be able to offer field trips.)

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