A summer working at Oakland Feather River Camp is the perfect combination between having fun and doing good. And – the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada mountains is the icing on the cake!

Our staff members work together to provide memorable bonding experiences in nature for our families and youth campers. Away from the chaos of everyday life, our guests can relax, soak in nature and, most importantly, enjoy time together. Our amazing staff team facilitates this experience.

Whether you cook nourishing meals for our guests, create learning opportunities for kids at activities like crafts and archery, or work behind the scenes to make everything come together, you will know that you are making a difference. You’ll also meet lifelong friends along the way and get to spend your summer at one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

We look forward to hearing from you. Let’s get this adventure started!

Mark Olson, Camp Director                Tim Baase, Assistant Camp Director


PROGRAM/ACTIVITY LEADER: Guide guests through experiences doing classic camp activities, like water sports, crafts, nature, sports and more! We’re also hiring lifeguards and staff interested in working specifically with our youngest campers ages 2-5!

FOOD SERVICE STAFF: Prepare nourishing meals for our guests with flexible hours and space for creativity.

FACILITIES TEAM: Help keep our buildings and activity spaces as beautiful as the natural environment! Whether in a housekeeping capacity or doing complex repairs, this diverse and hardworking team makes our camp into a home.

OFFICE/STORE MANAGEMENT: Do the important behind-the-scenes work to make camp go–while still being an important part of our staff community.


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Weekly salaries can range from $444/week for most program positions to $1,040/week for some of our leadership or high skilled positions. You also are provided room and board at no cost! That’s right, unlike some residential employers, we do NOT deduct room and board from your paycheck! This allows you to save nearly all of what you make! Check out all of our rates in the jobs brochure.

Many of our operations positions (Food Service, Facilities, Office) start as early as mid-May and end in August. Most positions begin on June 7th and end on August 9th. If you have specific schedule requirements, just talk with us! Some positions have flexibility. 

You’ll be provided meals and housing for the summer. Some staff who are local to the Quincy, CA area choose to live off-site in their own homes but most staff live on-site. Some staff live in private lodging with electricity (preference given for staff with greater experience) and some staff live with a fellow staff member as a roommate. Staff have access to private bathhouses with regular toilets and warm water.

That depends on the role! Program, Office, Housekeeping, Facilities, Store and Kitchen Staff all work hard, but have different schedules and duties. 

Most of our positions are six day work weeks and are capped at 40 hours per a week, however some positions are only scheduled 5 days a week (for 8 hours a day).

Our program positions typically start right before breakfast and last until the end of evening programming around 8:45 p.m. Time off is in shifts; you may have evenings off or specific hours for time-off during the day if you are working in the evening. You will also get at least one full 24-hour period a week as your designated off day. You can head into town, explore the nearby trails, mountain lakes or swimming holes, do laundry or relax on site at camp.

Located just outside of Quincy, CA, nestled in the Plumas National Forest, OFRC is a rustic, mostly outdoors site. 

You will participate in staff training that encompasses big picture concepts while also focusing on the specific skills required for your role. Our team of experienced camp leaders will be sure you have everything you need to know!

Some positions, such as the Camp Health Supervisor or Program Leader/Lifeguards, require specific certifications. Outside of those areas, we do not require special certification. However, any CPR/First Aid/WFR/AED certification is always useful in a camp environment!

We will provide all of the necessary equipment needed for your job as well as your staff uniform. You’ll just need to bring bedding and personal items like clothing, footwear, toiletries, etc. We’ll send a detailed packing list in the spring to all staff, but you won’t need special equipment. You’ll have to leave pets, alcohol, drugs, and weapons at home. Free laundry service is offered weekly for all staff members and staff members always have access to washing machines and supplies.