Work on weekends may be required.
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Ventura, CA
Very, very long hours. No over time.
Loooooong days, especially during the summer. No over time, no holiday pay.
They are long but the job was fun so the hours didn't bother me.
Answered - UNIT LEADER (Former Employee) - Baton Rouge, LA
Up at about 6:00am to start getting the horses ready. Then during the evenings when you should be wrapping up the horse care they demand you spend time in the camp units to help put to bed the campers, so you are not finished with the entire horse care routine until 11:00pm to midnight.
You work a lot of overtime and they do not give you time to make up for it. You will work a lot.
Answered - Program Manager (Former Employee) - Pensacola, FL
Great, I'm a bus monitor as well so I start at 745 and get home around 530, but at one who's not a bus monitor starts at 830 and leaves at 4.
Answered - Day Camp Counselor (Current Employee) - Bristol, CT
It's a 40 hour work week BUT they amount of work you are expected to do within those 40 hours is unrealistic. Sometimes you will work those 40 hours in 3 1/2 days sometimes it will be spread out over 6 days. True you may have a 4 day weekend but your typically so stressed out about all the work that is waiting for you that it's hard to enjoy the time off. Busy times are from late august to early June Of course there are other positions that are only 9-5. Those are a different story.
Variable, depending on self paced schedule
Answered - Girl Scout (Former Employee) - Roswell, GA
It is a pretty strict schedule of 8 to 5 with little room for overtime as it is a non profit.
Answered - Council Shop Sales Associate & Council Associae (Former Employee) - Sierra Vista, AZ