Thank you for your interest in a position at Camps ‘R’ Us. Before completing your online staff application, please read the following.
Application Requirements for Prospective Staff
- Complete the online staff application
- Provide three (3) written references
- Participate in a personal interview with a Camps ‘R’ Us Director
- Submit to a series of Federal, State and County criminal background checks
- Submit to a series of National and State sex offender registry checks
- Submit all required documentation by the stated due dates
There are a number of trends that evolve during our active staffing months. Our very high return rate for staff significantly limits the number of positions available for new staff. As such, we are highly selective when choosing new staff, and only those who excel at every aspect of the application process will be offered a position.
Congratulations on your invitation to return to Camps ‘R’ Us this summer! You are required to accept your return invitation and re-apply to be guaranteed a position in 2017. The deadline to re-apply is January 20, 2017.
Preparing for the Interview
All prospective employees and returning employees seeking a promotion must be interviewed by a Camps ‘R’ Us Director. This is the most crucial part of the application process. Interviews are scheduled after you complete your online staff application and three references are contacted. Interviews are held at our main office in Farmingdale, and are scheduled during normal business hours. Here are some tips for making a good impression:
Attire for a Camps ‘R’ Us interview is startup casual. Your appearance will have an effect on your interview. Our staff must look and act professionally at all times.
Arrive on time.
Being on time means arriving 5-10 minutes early so that you are completely prepared to be interviewed. Adjust your travel accommodations accordingly to allow for circumstances that may delay your arrival.
Come to your interview with knowledge about Camps ‘R’ Us. Read the information on our web site, learn about the position for which you are applying, and ask questions. If you don’t understand anything, please contact the camp office prior to your interview.
Bring pre-employment documents.