Summer Employment Info

At OLQP, we seek to hire volunteers who want to help create lasting memories and make a difference in a child’s life.

Working in a camp environment is a demanding, yet rewarding experience. Staff are required to work long days and live in close quarters with many people. If you are someone who wants to discover more about themselves, meet great new people and create positive changes in the lives of underprivileged children, this is the place to put those changes into action.

At camp, we encourage imagination, uniqueness, creativity and having fun. If you are interested in having an awesome summer, while encouraging, leading and affecting the lives of children, fill out the application form below!


Staffing Opportunities

Counselors - min. age 16 within current calendar year 

WORK WEEK - Sunday 1:00pm - Friday 1:00pm

Counselors are active participants in the basic care and supervision of campers. They are fun facilitators, nurturers, teachers, role models, advocates, confidants, and safety promoters. Duties include: care provider to 10 children, facilitate activities, responsible for paperwork concerning injuries and behavioral discipline, and will report to their respective Program Manager.

Resource Staff

  • Photographer - requires working knowledge of I-MAC and Photoshop - Duties include: interacting with all children and staff while capturing pictures of their daily lives and memorable moments, creating weekly slideshows and an end of summer staff yearbook. Must be self motivated and engaging with others. Assists Resource Manager
  • Medic - requires a valid Class 5 Drivers License, must be over 18 years of age and currently in their second year of Nursing - Duties include: administering First Aid and daily camper meds. Assists Resource Manager
  • Program Facilitator - requires a clear criminal record which does not exceed six months upon completion of the contract; must be valid through the end of work period and must 16 years of age- Duties include: facilitating weekend family camps and weekday groups. Assists Resource Manager with extra programs

Site Services Staff

  • Laborer/Landscaper - min age 18- Duties include site set up and maintenance (i.e. mowing, chopping wood, garbage collection, delivering sleeping bags, etc.)
  • Kitchen/Food Service - min. age 16 - Duties include food preparation and presentation, sanitation, etc.
  • Housekeeping - min. age 16 - Duties include upkeep of various camp buildings, washrooms, laundry, etc.
  • Wranglers - min. age 18, with 3 yrs. experience - Duties include leading trail & lead around rides, as well as the care and upkeep of the horses and horse equipment, etc.

You can apply for any of our positions via the online application form located here. If you have questions, please use the contact information below.


South Ranch
Fax: (403) 949 2042; Attention: Program Manager
Mail: PO Box 390 Bragg Creek, AB T0L 0K0