Camp Fire Benefits
- Staff Events (Staff Retreat, Hot Dog Day, Holiday Party)
- Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
- Options for Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Savings Accounts
- Disability and Basic Life/AD&D Insurance
- 401(k) Plan
- Generous Paid Time Off (vacation and personal leave)
- Family-Friendly Organization
- Distributed Leadership Model
- Leadership and Management Training
- Community of Leaders
- Blue Zones Approved Worksite
- Drug-Free, Smoke-Free, Alcohol-Free Environment
- Sunshine Committee Staff Engagement
- In-House IT Support
- High Quality Professional Development
- Supportive, Positive Work Environment
- Research-Based Methodologies: Thriveology, Youth Work Methods & Conscious Discipline
- Curriculum Supported Programming
- Camp Discounts
- On-Site Child Care
- Retail Discount
Current Open Positions
Full Time Positions
Part Time Positions
Summer Positions at Camp El Tesoro
Summer 2021 positions will be posted in October.
These positions run from late May to August 2021.
Camp Fire First Texas is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The organization will not discriminate against any individual because of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, national origin, disability or other reason prohibited by the fair employment laws. Reasonable accommodation will be provided in an effort to advance employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Employment at Camp Fire First Texas is on an at-will basis. The employee and the organization are each free to terminate the relationship at any time without cause.
Camp Fire First Texas may conduct a criminal background investigation and/or drug test on any employee.
I don’t get stuck because I can always come back to the growth mindset that I learned from Camp Fire…
Jakob D., College Senior; Camp Fire Alum, Former Counselor
My time as a Camp Fire camp counselor is something I’m especially proud of. I learned to never give up, to always keep trying…what I learned from Camp Fire has helped me of live my life with forward momentum. I keep trying to learn new skill sets. I don’t get stuck because I can always come back to the growth mindset that I learned from Camp Fire, and from my elders.
I saw some spark come back to my son, and I am a grateful mama.
My son had many difficulties in 3rd grade, and he was so defeated by the end of the school year. He wasn’t excited about a new camp, but quickly changed his mind after the first day. He also won a Leadership Award, and for the kid that didn’t win anything all school year, it was so very meaningful. I saw some spark come back to my son, and I am a grateful mama.