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2023 Year Round Openings

FOR YEAR-ROUND EMPLOYMENT Remote Off-season and Charlton, MA Summer Season

Assistant Camp Director (21+)

  • What is our Assistant Camp Director?: 

    • The Story School Assistant Camp Director is a partner to the camp director and a facilitator for the camp. They are an ally to our counselors, campers, and admin team. They support and shadow the camp director sharing in all roles and responsibilities They are able to seamlessly step into the role of camp director as needed.

  • What Do They Do Year Round?

    • Help recruit campers and staff members

    • Follow up on conversations with potential and registered parents

    • Help check and collect camper paperwork

    • Help build and update rosters for camp season

    • Contribute to policy updates, camp certification updates, and training scheduling

    • Review pre-season story and education modules

  • Who Makes a Good Assistant Director?:

    • Someone who can find enjoyment in both the organization of building rosters and the entertainment of playing a character in front of 100 heroes

    • Someone with previous experience in camp/childcare AND working as a supervisor/manager

    • Stage managers, lead counselors, camp professionals, teachers, children’s program directors

    • Someone who enjoys having a hand in the development and support of kids and kids at heart

  • What Does the Position Pay?:

    • For the part-time year-round hours, $22 - $25/hr based on experience with up to 30 hours available during the year. Comp time (separate from vacation/sick pay) of one week following completion of summer season to be taken outside of the summer months

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Apply Today

Love working with kids?  Have a fascination with the fantasy genre?  Have a very active imagination?  A responsible and good role model?  Don’t mind being hit with foam weapons?  Like to dress in costume and wear cool makeup?  Consider safety BEFORE anything else – no matter how fun?​​​​​

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We provide training, costumes (although you can bring your own!), props, makeup, and foam weapons. In return, our expectations are high. We require you to be responsible, flexible, and reliable. You must fully embrace and adhere to the concept that this camp is for the campers. As such, the roles you play and the positions you hold are always in service of the entertainment value.  This is an exhausting, demanding job that requires both physical and mental endurance. But you will have the time of your life and we can guarantee that you will never be bored!


All camp staff are required to have previous experience working with kids and teens and be at least 16 years of age. Acting experience is not necessary but does help. We’re interested in mature decision makers – counselors and performers who like to take part in a creative, improvisational environment – but always with safety foremost in their mind. You must be exceptionally reliable and a good communicator. Punctuality is necessary as the nature of these activities requires precision timing. Professionalism is mandatory.

Please note that Wizards & Warriors Camp is owned and run by parents. Our own children attend these camps. Safety is our highest concern. We expect that it will be yours as well. References required. Pay is dependent on experience and scheduled for 9 weeks, plus room and board (includes paid training). 

This is an overnight position with onsite residency required with one or two days off each week and counselors are required to reside at the camp for the duration of employment.

Currently accepting applications from candidates 16+ (position dependent)

Staff must be available from June 19th to August 19th

All applicants must submit three references

All staff, performers, and volunteers must submit to a CORI and SORI Background Check, intensive screening, and reference check.

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