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Our team members love nature and work hard to inspire children to feel the same.

We know that nature connection is a lifelong journey. That’s why we offer a range of training and professional development opportunities to help staff and volunteers realize their full potential. We foster a positive working environment that embodies our core values of respect, hard work, continuous learning, gratitude and fun.

The Pine Project is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to promoting equity, inclusion and diversity within our workplace and greater community. We work proactively to develop a barrier-free selection process and inclusive work environment that is increasingly representative of the communities we live and work in, and where all team members are able to express ideas, opinions and experiences.

We welcome applications from all qualified individuals with an interest in advancing our mission, vision and values, and assisting us in deepening our commitment to Anti-racism/Anti-oppression. We especially encourage applications from members of historically disadvantaged and under-represented groups, including those who identify as Black, Indigenous and People of Colour, persons with disabilities, newcomers to Canada, and/or LGBTQ2S+. If contacted for a job opportunity, please advise us of any accommodation measures required to enable you to be assessed in a fair and equitable manner. Information received will be addressed in confidence.

Day Camps Program Manager

We're looking for an experienced outdoor educator and inspiring people manager to manage our Day Camp programs. If you have a knack for organization, thrive outdoors and in an office environment, and love connecting with others and nature through camp programming, this job could be for you.

Deadline to apply is Sunday 15 May 2022.

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Day Camps Program Manager

Urban Summer Camp Instructor

We're looking for Instructors to join our Urban Summer Day Camps team in Toronto. If you’re passionate about the outdoors and working with children, and you are looking for a fulfilling outdoor job in the urban wilderness of Toronto, this position may be ideal for you! Instructors are responsible for planning and leading nature connection programming for campers aged 4 to 12. The job description and how to apply is available below.

Applications are due on May 24th, 2022.

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Urban Summer Camp Instructor

Red Wolf Food Coordinator

We're looking for a skilled backcountry food coordinator to join our Red Wolf Overnight Wilderness Camp staff team. Reporting to the Red Wolf Manager, the Food Coordinator will be responsible for food planning, purchasing, and packing. Unlike many overnight camps, the entirety of Red Wolf Overnight Wilderness Camp takes place in a backcountry setting, with campers and staff living in tents, cooking for themselves over open fires, and living in harmony with the land. As such, this role is critical to ensuring the success of our camp. The Food Coordinator would live on site in a lodge setting for the duration of the contract. If applicants have the ability to commute back and forth then staying on site is not necessary.

Applications are due on May 24th, 2022.

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Red Wolf Food Coordinator

Tripping Guide – Red Wolf Overnight Camp

We're looking for a Tripping Guide to lead our Voyageur canoe trip. The Voyageur program is for 15-year-olds and is the first step in our leadership process. The Voyageur program is part of Red Wolf Overnight Wilderness Camp. Unlike many overnight camps, Red Wolf Overnight Wilderness Camp takes place in a backcountry setting, with campers and staff living in tents, cooking over open fires, and living in harmony with the land. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals with strong canoe-tripping background and outdoor education experience (particularly backcountry/adventure programming). The Red Wolf Tripping Guide will mentor campers in planning and packing for an expedition while at our base camp in Haliburton, lead campers on a multi-day overnight canoe trip while ensuring boat and water safety, and support campers’ skills in wilderness survival, paddling, portaging, and living off the land.

Applications are due on May 24th, 2022.

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Tripping Guide – Red Wolf Overnight Camp

Overnight Summer Camp Instructors

We're looking for Instructors to join our Red Wolf Overnight Wilderness Camp team. Unlike many overnight camps, Red Wolf Overnight Wilderness Camp takes place in a backcountry setting, with campers and staff living in tents, cooking over open fires, and living in harmony with the land. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals with outdoor education experience, particularly backcountry and adventure programming experience. Working under the supervision of the Camp Manager, Red Wolf Camp Instructors are responsible for all aspects of camp life including running games and activities in a backcountry setting, as well as preparing meals and supporting campers in learning how to live off the land.

Applications are due on May 24th, 2022.

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Overnight Summer Camp Instructors

Summer Volunteer Opportunities

Want to help kids have fun outside while building friendships and connecting to nature? Looking to gain experience working in a dynamic outdoor learning environment? Come be part of the best summer ever by applying for a week of Day Camp volunteering! Volunteers help to support our fun, playful, muddy and adventurous camps. We require that you attend training and have a minimum of one week of availability during the summer.

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Summer Volunteer Opportunities