A place like no other

We’re a truly unique community of vibrant and committed professionals whose goal is to enrich the lives of kids affected by childhood cancer.

Working at Camp Ooch

We’re a privately funded non-profit organization of over 65 full-time staff. Every year, we work with 600 active Volunteers and serve over 1,600 kids and their families.

Ooch has provided magical camp experiences to thousands of children affected by childhood cancer and their families since 1984.

About OochOur History

volunteer sitting with campers on the bus

Ooch positions

From donor and event coordinators, to programming staff and administrators, our year-round staff often work out of Ooch Downtown, our headquarters in Toronto.

In-hospital staff getting slimed on stage with campers

2020 summer staff

Although we offer programs year-round, summer is our busiest season, requiring extra staff for our Downtown Toronto and Ooch Muskoka locations.

Adventure course training with campers in the forest

Job Postings


Summer Positions

We’re an equal opportunity employer

Camp Ooch is committed to creating inclusive spaces for both staff and campers, free of discrimination based on age, race, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity. We welcome job applications from all qualified candidates.

In accordance with Canadian Immigration requirements, priority will be given to Canadian citizens and permanent residents.


Accessibility at Ooch

Camp Oochigeas provides support in its recruitment processes to applicants with disabilities, including accommodation that takes into account an applicant’s accessibility needs. Accommodation will be provided, on request, to applicants with disabilities to enable their participation in the recruitment, assessment, selection and hiring stages.

Contact Us

Looking for more career opportunities or other information about Camp Ooch? Give us a call.

Candace Covent

Director, Human Resources

Please submit your resume and cover letter, and include the role you are inquiring about in the subject line, to: