Summer Opportunities


Are you a full-time student studying social work, recreation, child and youth work or in a similarly related field? 

We can provide the right person with great training opportunities specific to your area of study, all while working for a cutting edge youth-focused organization

Kawartha Youth Unlimited is seeking applicants for SUMMER PROGRAM STAFF. Positions range 6 to 14 weeks pending location and funding. 

Location and number of positions below:

* 2 Lakefield

* 1 Bobcaygeon

* 1 Fenelon Falls

* 2 Peterborough

* 1 Haliburton

If you enjoy spending time with youth and have a strong ability to develop, plan and implement programming we want to hear from you! Successful applicant will work with local Director in developing and implementing various summer programs, day camps, outings and events.  Each location and position has unique responsibilities.  Individual job descriptions available upon request, please email  (note location / position in title)

The successful applicant will have a good working knowledge of our vision and mandate, be in agreement with our code of conduct and be able to sign a statement of faith.  A clear vulnerable sector police check will be required.  Current Standard First Aid / CPR / AED is an asset. Applicants must include letter of application stating your field of study, and indicate commitment to return to full time studies in the fall.  Please detail your qualifications, relevant experience and provide three (3) references.

All qualified individuals are invited to submit applications however KYFC/Youth Unlimited is seeking to diversify their workforce and qualifying persons of a visible minority will be given preference.

Submit resume and cover letter stating which position you are applying for to:

Deadline for applications May 5, 2017 at 5 pm. 

Positions funded through HRDCS initiatives, pending final funding approval. Applicants must satisfy requirements as set out by HRDCS.  KYFC / YU is committed to employment equity and diversity in the workplace.  We welcome inquiries and invite applications from First Nations persons, members of visible minorities and disabled persons.