Staff Positions


On-Ice Ringette Instructor / On-Ice Goalie Instructor

On-Ice Instructors at ELRC provide on-ice programming for two different sections. Spending a total of 4 hours on the ice each day, it is the instructors responsibility to create a motivating, energetic atmosphere where players can reach their full potential, while learning new skills and mastering old ones. Ability to work well with others and to respectfully delegate responsibilities to Leaders In-Training. Preference is given to those instructors who play at an Elite level of Ringette with a strong background in leadership and skill instruction.

Cabin Counsellor

Cabin counsellors are responsible for the day to day safety, management and motivation of a group of up to 12 campers. Counsellors are with thier cabins for 80% of the day at camp, enjoying sports and activities, and providing leadership and council to ensure all standards of safety are met. Being a counsellor at ELRC is an amazing job, with the reward being you get to participate with Ringette Players while having the BEST week of their lives.


Section Coordinator

This is a dynamic camp role that will see you lead a section of up to 6 cabins and 6 counsellors throughout their days at camp. Supervising during meals in the dining hall,  being a problem solver for your counselling crew, organizing and facilitating evening programs and getting to know campers during activities are all a part of this position. Each Section Coordinator helps counsellors to create and implement the Evening Programs, and many activities throughout the day. The ideal candidate for this position is someone who has excellent communication skills, is friendly, creative, organized, loud, outgoing, responsible, and most of all, a team player. Lifeguarding certification is a huge plus for this position. We hire up to 5 Section Coordinators.

LIT Co-ordinator

Our youngest members of camp are our Leaders In Training (LITs) and they need a Master of their Universe! Is this you? This position is labour intensive as it requires leading by example just how to be a “Super Leader!”.
Our LITs have a busy week in store and it requires a bit of journalling, activities, team building, and leadership training. You will be responsible for a cohort of 12 fifteen year olds who come with A LOT of energy. Being resourceful, knowledgable, mature, energetic and patient are requirements for this position! As well as being Top Dog to the LIT’s, this position also entails some gophering. You will spend much of your time with your crew including sharing sleeping accomodations. Throughout the days, when you are not surrounded by your mentees, we ask that you help out around camp in any way possible. Lifeguarding qualifications are a MUST for this one!