2023 SUMMER STAFF - NOW HIRING!
Each year, FLBC looks to assemble a team of dedicated, talented, wonderful summer staff. Working at FLBC is much more than just a summer job. Our staff have an opportunity to develop their gifts, leadership skills, and faith while growing with others in a close Christian community. Summer staff experience at camp can also be a huge opportunity to develop professional skills that will be attractive to future employers. All this takes place in the mountains of northwest Montana, one of the most beautiful and ecologically intact places in the United States. Being a Summer Staff member at Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp could prove to be one of the most important and rewarding experiences of your life!
The Application is OPEN!
- Click here to visit our staff application on CampWise. Log into an existing account (as a former camper, staff member, etc.) or create a new account. If you need help accessing your existing account, please reach out to email@example.com
- Select the 2023 Summer Staff Application
- Select the positions you are applying for (descriptions are available for each role)
- Complete the application and be sure to click submit when you are finished.
- Send this form to three references, asking them to complete in a timely manner: https://forms.gle/J1TtgmnNXyG3Kw6TA
- You may also click here to download and return a PDF version of the summer staff application packet via email or physical mail.
- FLBC year-round staff will reach out by phone or email to set up an interview as soon as your application is submitted and reviewed. Interviews are done over zoom unless scheduling and location allows for an in-person.
If you want to learn more about working at FLBC before beginning the application, we would be glad to talk to you! Please reach out toe Program Director, Karen, at firstname.lastname@example.org to find a time to connect.
FAQ’s about working at Camp
Have other questions? Let’s chat!
Starting pay is $400 per week + room and board! If you are a returning staff to FLBC, or have worked at another camp, you’ll earn an additional $10/week (i.e., second summer on staff = $410/week, 5th summer on staff = $440)
Additional incentives are available for lifeguards, turning in all employment paperwork early, fulfilling the full extended summer contract, and some help with transportation!
Each staff’s compensation package will be outlined in their contract!
Well, every day at camp might look different and every week of your summer might be different!
We offer a variety of programs, so you might find yourself on a day camp one week, and leading a cabin group on-site the next (see a sample schedule of our traditional on-site schedule on this page).
Our two week staff orientation covers what you need to know to work each of these programs; many of our off-site adventure trips will have additional training so that staff have specific skills for those programs (read: Sailing!).
Every staff person works 1 weekend in the summer, helping to provide programming and hospitality to the groups that are on retreat over the weekend.
Besides the work weekend, staff are off from Friday evening (campers leave, we turn camp around for the weekend, and have a staff meeting) to 9am Sunday morning (we begin with a staff meeting, have brunch and morning worship, then get ready for the new week!). It’s your time to nap, do laundry (unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to offer on-site laundry facilities; there are great laundromats in town and we can help figure it out if getting to town is an issue; staff who are working the weekend have the ability to do laundry on-site that weekend), explore the beauty of Northwest Montana, go to Target, or whatever it is you need to do to take care of yourself and get ready for the next week!
Our regular summer programming begins June 18th and ends August 4th (7 weeks of camp sessions). We continue to provide summer camp programs in a different way after, partnering with organizations such as the Montana Youth Diabetes Alliance and Intermountain Residential Home, where staff provide program and hospitality but do not stay in cabins with the campers. We would love to offer you a contract extension to work these 2 weeks through August 18th if your schedule allows; you would receive your regular weekly compensation and a $1,000 bonus if you worked the whole summer.
Nope! We ask that you be willing to share God’s love with everyone at camp, and be a part of a Christian community the affirms Lutheran values. During staff orientation, we’ll teach you how to lead an engaging Bible Study and worship/campfire, as well as have some Lutheran 101 conversations. And of course, the conversations and questions about God and faith are continued throughout the summer as we lead campers through their own faith journeys and accompany one another on ours.
Preference is given to applicants who can work at camp for the entire summer. However, we encourage you to apply if you are only available for part of the summer. We would love to talk with you about the possibility of working the first half (start date: June 4th ) or second half (start date: July 8 through end of summer), if you cannot work an entire summer season.
Yes! We can work with you to meet your school’s requirements in pretty much any field.
Now Hiring: Associate Director
FLBC is looking for a talented, energetic team player to become our Associate Director!
The Associate Director’s Essential Job Functions will cover a range of areas and duties centered around:
- Financial Developement
The Associate Director will be working closely with, and supervision of, the Program Directors, Retreat Coordinator, and all program staff to oversee, plan and implement strong, safe, Christ centered programs. In addition, will be working closely with Food Service Coordinator, Maintenance Staff, Leadership Staff, and volunteers to ensure successful execution of programming, events, and retreats.
The Associate Director will work closely with and assist the Executive Director in all areas of administration; policies, procedures as well as writing grant applications, and development plan. Will work with the team in implementing the 2023-2028 Strategic plan. Plus other related Operations, Financial planning and development, marketing, etc.
For a complete job description, please click on the button below. Position to begin Winter/Spring 2023. To apply, submit a cover letter, resume with three references to:
406-890-0662—call or text
Now Hiring: Retreat Coordinator
FLBC is looking for talented, energetic team players to work with, and build our year-round program/hospitality ministry.
The Retreat Coordinator will focus on retreats and everything that it involves. Retreats consist of family, youth, corporate, and adult groups to name a few! FLBC stives to work closely with each group, welcoming them as family, to create the best growth, fun, faith filled experience possible! This position will also help market to groups to build up this wonderful program!
The Retreat Coordinator is a community staff member, and will help with community living, i.e., cleaning, kitchen, maintenance, visiting congregations to promote the ministry, and program. Community Staff Member positions are designed for people to live on site and are salaried, full time, with compensation depending on experience. FLBC also offers generous paid time off and health insurance.
For a complete job description, please click on the button below. Positions are open until filled. To apply, submit a cover letter, resume with three references to:
406-890-0662—call or text
Now Hiring: Camp Cook
Flathead Lutheran Bible Camp (a year-round camp and retreat center located 3 miles south of Lakeside) is seeking to hire part-time cooks/kitchen staff.
Job includes cooking, prep, service, cleaning, dishes) for evening and weekend meals. Flexible days and competitive wages, plus a fun, positive, hospitable team and atmosphere! Position begins in January 2023.
Please email a resume or letter of interest to executive director, Margie Fiedler, email@example.com