Still hiring for Snack Bar and
We are looking for people who are good role models with a genuine,
enthusiastic interest in other people, especially children and your co-workers.
We place a premium on interpersonal skills. Successful applicants will be open, honest, energetic and imaginative with an outgoing personality and a good sense of humor.
All part-time positions pay between $13.50 and $15 per hour (5 days per week).
While the job can start at a mutually agreed upon date in late June
it is a job requirement for Camp CBC staff to work through
the end of Camp CBC, August 20, 2021.
Snack Bar and Umbrella staff should be able to work through Labor Day, September 8, 2021.
Applicants for Camp CBC need to be at least 16 years old,
Umbrella and Snack Bar Staff should be at least 14 years old,
be in good physical condition with no limitations,
and will need two written work references
and a personal interview to be hired.
Fluent English is expected of all applicants.
1. Read the Details (above) and FAQs (below) carefully
True fact, we receive thousands of inquiries each year for only a few positions. Kindly do not contact us unless necessary. When possible, please send your application and written references together. You may want to submit a written statement which would be
more meaningful than a 'form' cover letter many applicants provide.
2. Submit completed application form,
and mail or email two written work references.
These can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or
37 Chappaquiddick Road
Edgartown, MA 02539
3. Once all of your application materials have been received,
you will be contacted regarding a personal interview.
As much as possible, interviews will take place on site at the Chappaquiddick Beach Club.
What do you mean, written work reference?
A recommendation, in writing, from a previous employer or teacher, which should contain a favorable statement concerning their opinion of your character and qualifications for the job you are seeking.
Do I need a car to get to work?
No, but a bike is handy!
The club is 5 minute walk and a 3 minute ferry ride from Edgartown.
Employees are responsible for their own Chappy ferry tickets.
Why a personal interview?
We feel that it is important to get a good 'snapshot of an applicant.
It is equally important that the prospective employee get a good sense of the beach club.
Our environment is unique and coming here can be useful in determining if it is the right one for you.
What is the uniform?
Camp CBC, Snack Bar and Umbrella staff will be provided with CBC t-shirts and hats.
Camp CBC staff will spend part of each day in the water and so should provide
their own one piece bathing suit.