Thank you for your interest in working at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds LONG ISLAND.
We’re currently hiring for the following positions:
Open job postings can be found on our job board.
Please read carefully what you need to do to apply for a position and become an employee of the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds.
Step 1: The Application
Before you can be considered for employment you will need to complete our online application which can be found on our job board. In the application you will be asked to provide the names of three references as well as information on schooling and past work experience.
Step 2: References
All applicants will be asked to submit three references. At least two (2) of these references should be from school or other employers. HKC will contact your references directly to have them complete the reference form.
Step 3: Certifications
If you are applying to be a lifeguard or water safety instructor you will need to provide the appropriate certifications. We may be able to help you get your certificate. Please inquire.
• Current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certificate
• Current American Red Cross AED/CPR Certificate
Step 4: The Interview
We will contact any applicant we are interested in hiring for an interview. At the time of the interview we will need to have your two recommendations. At the same time you may be asked to bring your certifications and appropriate ID to demonstrate employment eligibility.
Please note that your references will be verified.
Step 5: Employment Documents
Once the Site Director has made you an offer of employment, you will receive a welcome email that links you to employee paperwork. Even if we’ve offered you a job, you will not be allowed to work until HKC receives all the relevant documents and you have undergone a state mandated background check. Paperwork includes:
• Authorization to Release Background Information
• Emergency Contact Form
If you are a minor (anyone under 18 years of age), you will need to submit these additional documents:
• Working papers
• Authorization for Emergency Medical Treatment of a Minor