Seasonal Staff Specialty Jobs | Omega

Seasonal Staff Specialty Jobs

Each year, in addition to our other seasonal staff positions, Omega has specialty job openings that require more experience, including cooks, lifeguards, resident faculty, visiting faculty, artists-in-residence, and Wellness Center providers. These are full-season positions, starting in April or May and ending in September or October, and their compensation packages differ from other seasonal community positions.


Seasonal staff cooks serve in the Omega FoodWorks department. With support from the executive chef, chef de cuisine, sous chefs, and others, the cooks maintain a clean and safe kitchen; prepare meals; work within all kitchen stations and areas of production; understand proper labeling and storing of prepared food items; and provide creative input about meals.

Requirements include: flexibility regarding shift, station, and responsibilities; professional kitchen experience; knowledge of vegetarian cuisine; and the ability to lift up to 30 pounds regularly, and up to 50 pounds occasionally.

To Apply: Fill out an online application and include a resume with three references.


Seasonal staff lifeguards are responsible for opening and closing the beach, supervising swimmers in a roped swim area, giving swim tests, enforcing lake rules, supervising boaters, and other tasks. Lifeguards are responsible for maintaining a safe and clean beach and grass area. Current Lifeguard, AED Essentials/First Aid, and Waterfront Module certification is required.

To Apply: Fill out an online application and include a resume with three references.

Resident Faculty & Visiting Faculty

Representing a variety of holistic disciplines, Resident Faculty and Visiting Faculty are seasoned and certified instructors who teach daily open classes and offer staff classes through our Holistic Studies Program. They live in our community for up to two weeks and teach approximately 20 hours per week in exchange for room and board, and a small stipend. Visiting Faculty teach in the following disciplines: yoga, tai chi, meditation, and dance or movement.

To apply, inquire via email with Please note that due to the high return rate of faculty from previous seasons, there are very few openings each season.


Artists in Residence live on campus, receive a small stipend, and teach at least 5 different classes at least 5 times per week, plus two open studio classes per week. Class titles and themes can be repeated from week to week, although the curriculum should introduce new and unique experiences for the staff each session. Classes should be designed to support free creative expression. New Artists-in-Residence openings vary from year to year. For more information, email