Sunday
Apr202014

Kitchen Directors -- Paradise Point, McCall, ID (Diocese of Idaho)

Located on Payette Lake in McCall, Idaho Paradise Point Summer Camp is looking for two responsible individuals who are ready to work hard and have the best summer of their lives! This is a summer position (June - August/September) and includes all meals & lodging. The Kitchen Directors are responsible for managing all aspects of meal preparation, service, cleanliness and general up-keep of the kitchen and dining hall.

Duties & Responsibilities Include:

  • Ability to effectively lead a team and handle many tasks simultaneously
  • Willingness and ability to work 6 days a week
  • Good character, integrity, maturity, adaptability and teamwork oriented
  • Willingness and ability to live within a close, camp community
  • Supervise and organize the food and supply deliveries with Kitchen Team
  • Prepare and serve meals on-time as scheduled
  • Ensure that the kitchen meets Health Department requirements at all times (once hired, camp will provide food handler's permits for all kitchen staff members)

Salary Information: $325 per week (meals & lodging included)

Please check out our website: www.paradisepointcamp.org for more information or contact Robyn Hatfield, Assistant Camp Director, with any questions at rhatfield@idahodiocese.org.

Sunday
Apr202014

Kitchen Staff -- Paradise Point, McCall, ID (Diocese of Idaho)

Located on Payette Lake in McCall, Idaho, Paradise Point Summer Camp is looking for responsible individuals who are ready to work hard and have the best summer of their lives! This is a summer position (June - August/September) and includes all meals & lodging. All Kitchen Staff will be cooking in a commercial-sized kitchen for groups as large as 125 people and will be responsible for the daily and weekly cleaning of the kitchen and dining hall in order to ensure camp is in excellent standings with the Department of Health. They will work with the Kitchen Directors to main accurate records of all food purchased and/or stored according to health code standards.

Duties & Responsibilities Include:

  • Ability to perform physical labor
  • Willingness and ability to work 6 days a week
  • Good character, integrity, maturity, adaptability and teamwork oriented
  • Willingness and ability to live within a close, camp community
  • Responsible for preparation, serving and clean-up for assigned meals
  • Participates in the organization of the food and supply deliveries
  • Prepares and serves meals on time as scheduled
  • Ensure that the kitchen meets Health Department requirements at all times (once hired, camp will provide food handler's permits for all kitchen staff members

Salary Information: $210 per week (meals & lodging included)

Please check out our website: www.paradisepointcamp.org for more information or contact Robyn Hatfield, Assistant Camp Director, with any questions at rhatfield@idahodiocese.org.

Wednesday
Mar192014

Camp Counselors (Male) โ€“ Camp Mitchell, Morrilton, AR (Episcopal Church in Arkansas)

Camp Mitchell is seeking male summer counselors. Candidates must have completed first their year of college. To apply, be in touch with Director@campmitchell.org.

Wednesday
Mar192014

Transportation Director โ€“ Galilee, Lake Tahoe, NV (Diocese of Nevada)

Galilee is hiring a director-level position:

Qualifications: Must be at least 24 years old, have a clean driving record, and have excellent communication, interpersonal, and problem-solving skills.  This summer-long director will help get dozens of campers to and from Galilee and from one adventure to the next, while enjoying time off mid-week to play on Tahoe. 

You can find the full job description here.

For questions or more information please visit our website, www.galileetahoe.org, or contact Jesse Tichenor: jobs@galileetahoe.org, 775-301-5673.

Tuesday
Mar182014

Waterfront Director โ€“ Camp DeWolfe, Wading River, NY (Diocese of Long Island)

Job Purpose: A Waterfront Director is a role model for both counselors and youth, who plans, directs and supervises the camp’s pool and beachfront activities, including swim instruction, free swimming, sailing, canoeing and other activities in accordance with the Department of Health, American Red Cross and ACA guidelines and to ensure adherence to the camp’s Safety Plan.

Job Duties:

  • Reports to Program Director and Executive Director.
  • Set up the pool and waterfront areas during staff training.
  • Teach staff their responsibilities during staff training and help arrange for additional training for staff to obtain requisite certifications from outside agencies in canoeing, sailing and pool operation.
  • Teach and monitor proper use of equipment. Conduct initial and end of season inventory and store equipment for safety.
  • Maintain the “buddy system” at all times at the pool and beach. Ensure that staff and campers are adequately trained in the use of the buddy board and that all participants in aquatics activities have a personal buddy tag.
  • Check equipment and make repairs.
  • Conduct daily check of area and equipment for safety, cleanliness and good repair.
  • Write and check all lesson plans to make sure they foster participants’ aquatic skills.
  • Conduct ARC Learn to Swim programs in swim instruction classes; maintain records; file for certificates. Set a goal that every camper will progress one skill level while at camp.
  • Ensure that sailing and canoeing activities are instructed according to established guidelines such as ARC, ACA and US sailing. Award recognition and participation certificates, as appropriate.
  • Evaluate aquatics abilities of staff and campers. Staff will be observed periodically, during the course of the season and formally evaluated toward the end of the season.
  • Plan and work with others for special water events and programming.
  • Conduct regular drills in backboard rescues, lost bather and capsize recovery.
  • Submit orders for equipment and supplies when needed, ensuring timely arrival of materials.
  • Coordinate the end of season clean-up and winterization of all equipment and pool/waterfront use.
  • Evaluate the current season and make suggestions for the following season.
  • Ensure that training of waterfront staff goes beyond the skills required of that specialty to include the vision of Camp DeWolfe and Community Covenant.
  • Emphasize safety, fun and skill development.
  • Teach and enforce the Camp DeWolfe Pool and Waterfront Rules.
  • Some duties may be reassigned and others may be assigned as required.
  • Set a good example for campers and others including appropriate language and dress, personality cleanliness, punctuality, the sharing of clean-up and other chores, compliance with the ban of use of tobacco products, alcohol and drugs, and display of good sportsmanship and proper table manners.
  • Teach the camp rules to each new session of campers and help enforce them.
  • As a leader of a Christian community, act as a role model in all areas and help foster a Christian community and participate with enthusiasm in chapel, grace and other group worship. Participate and lead weekly prayer groups for staff members.
  • Any additional duties or tasks, going above and beyond to make sure campers and staff have a safe and positive experience at Camp DeWolfe.

Read the complete job description here.

To apply, send a cover letter and resume with references to mtees@campdewolfe.org with the subject line: Employment Application.