Camp Mary White

2022 Job Descriptions

Unit Counselor: The Unit Counselor must be a female of at least 18 years of age. The Unit Counselor is responsible for the overall supervision of the girls in her unit, ensuring their safety and well-being.  Unit Counselor works with a team of at least one other counselor to plan, schedule, and implement varied camp activities that engage the campers and allow them to learn new skills, build friendships, and be at ease in the outdoors. The position guides campers in successful participation, facilitates group problem solving, attends to the needs of individual campers and the unit as a whole. The Unit Counselors stay in a counselor cabin within a unit of camper cabins and is responsible for campers around the clock. Unit Counselors must be comfortable in the outdoors in various weather conditions (and the occasional bug or spider!), must be able to walk and hike on rough terrain, must be able to carry up to 40 lbs for short distances, and must be able to respond quickly and effectively to potential emergencies. Unit Counselors will be required to obtain 1st Aid/CPR/ARD certification on their own prior to the camp session. The Unit Counselor is an enthusiastic role model who inspires the girls under her care. Preferred qualifications: enjoys and has experience working with children, comfortable in the outdoors, ability to teach and lead recreational activities, ability to communicate with youth and adults in a positive manner, and enthusiasm about being at camp! 

   Assistant Cook: The Assistant Cook works under the direct supervision of the camp Cook and assists with all kitchen and meal-related duties such as planning and preparing meals and maintaining a clean and sanitary kitchen.  The Assistant Cook is responsible for following all kitchen and food handling protocols and must be able to attain the New Mexico ANSI Food Handler’s Permit.


Health Supervisor The Health Supervisor must be at least 21 years of age. This position oversees all parts of the camp health services, with responsibility for check-in, dispensing of medications, parent communication, record keeping, and supply inventory, as well as administering first aid and handling any emergency medical situations that may arise. Qualifications: RN, LPN, or EMT currently licensed in
the state of New Mexico.