Program Director -- Camp Galilee, Lake Tahoe, NV (Diocese of Nevada)

Galilee is owned and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Nevada and is located on the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe. The camp offers 8 weeks of program during the summer, including a Counselor Training session, week-long sessions for youth ages 7-17, and two Family Camps. Galilee operates as a retreat center the rest of the year and hosts religious organizations, Buddhist and other meditation groups, and school programs, as well as a variety of other retreats. The Great Basin Outdoor School, a separate organization that provides science camp experiences for 5th and 6th graders, is on-site for 10 - 12 weeks a year.  

Galilee is hiring a full-time Program Director who is responsible for the oversight of all programs including the summer camping program, the Galilee programs offered fall, winter, spring, and any off-site programming. The Program Director is also responsible for marketing of programs and the retreat center, web site design and maintenance, camp registration, the American Camp Association accreditation process, and other duties as needed. The Program Director’s duties will also include general assistance at times including hosting retreat groups, kitchen support, and general maintenance tasks. The Program Director will report to the Executive Director.

Applicants should be familiar with the Episcopal Church and be comfortable working within a religious setting, although applicants are not required to be Episcopalian. The Program Director will work closely with the summer Resident Chaplain to provide a meaningful spiritual experience for a diverse camper and staff community.

The position begins in November 2014, although a later start date is possible. Room and board is provided in addition to an annual salary of $18,000 - $22,000, DOE. Also provided is health insurance, including dental, and employer supported participation in the Church Pension Group’s defined contribution plan. Continuing education opportunities are considered an important component of the position. Vacation is also provided.

  1. Reports to the Galilee Executive Director.
  2. Duties:  The Program Director is responsible for the oversight of all programs including the summer camping program, the Galilee programs offered fall, winter, spring, and any off-site programming. The Program Director is also responsible for marketing of programs and the retreat center, web site design and maintenance, camp registration, ACA accreditation, and other duties as needed. The Program Director’s duties will also include general assistance at times including hosting groups, kitchen support, and general maintenance tasks.

    Summer Camp Program
    1. Responsible for hiring and evaluation of other key staff, staff and counselors including marketing and correspondence, interviews, back-ground checks, and all trainings.
    2. Responsible for camp registration and all correspondence and communications with families.
    3. Responsible for the maintenance and data input into Camp Brain.
    4. Responsible for the day-to-day operation of the summer camping program
    5. Responsible for the ACA accreditation process.

      Retreat Center


  1. Assist executive director with scheduling of groups and coordinating the camp calendar.





  1. Assist with the creation of brochures, flyers and newsletters.
  2. Responsible for maintaining web site, Facebook page, and internet presence in general.
  3. Responsible for the creation and maintenance of marketing displays at Galilee.
  4. Assist Executive Director with camp correspondence.
  5. Promote the camp programs at churches, conventions, etc., including Galilee day.
  6. Assist with the coordination of a network of parish contact persons for promotion and fundraising.
  7. Meet with other staff as part of the Administrative team.



  1. Fill in for or assist other employees as necessary.
  2. Participate in certain Galilee board committees, including the Program Committee.
  3. Responsible for communication with the staff and counselors and coordination with the alumni effort, which includes fundraising, promotion and program development including reunions and the yearly Galilee Day.


Please send all inquiries to Stuart Campbell, Executive Director at You may also contact Galilee at 775/749-5546 or visit the web site at





Conference Center Director -- Lake Logan, Canton, NC (Diocese of Western North Carolina)

Lake Logan is a 300-acre retreat in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains and is just 40 minutes west of Asheville in Haywood County. It is one of the most beautiful mountain lakes on the East coast. It is the centerpiece of an ecologically bountiful environment punctuated only by the scenic byway that runs through it and whose occasional traffic reminds us how peaceful this remote valley really is. Lake Logan is owned by the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina, but it is managed and operated by Lake Logan Episcopal Center, Inc. (“LLEC”), a nonprofit corporation.  At this time, Lake Logan serves two purposes.  It is the home of Camp Henry during the summer months, which is a camp for youth offering a unique and special spiritual program focused on experiencing and appreciating God’s creation, and it is a Conference Center that provides spiritual education and enrichment when Camp Henry is not in session. LLEC operates with a yearly budget of nearly $1,000,000 and a small staff of full and part time workers. 

The Conference Center Director will be responsible for the Conference Center as the current Camp Henry Director will have responsibility for Camp Henry.  The Conference Center Director will report to the LLEC Board of Directors.  This is a position that requires the ability to develop, lead, supervise, recruit and train both program and operations staff.  The new director will be selected based on experience and a positive record of results.  A history of successful work within the Episcopal Church is desirable, but not essential.

This is a residential position with benefits and comfortable housing for a family.  Compensation will be based on credentials, experience and proven results.  A basic degree (BA, BS) in an administrative discipline along with conference center certification or continuing education credit is desirable.

General Function:   This position is responsible for the execution and oversight of the financial management, general operations, marketing and sales initiatives and client development/stewardship of the Conference Center. This position will develop and implement a comprehensive business plan to fulfill the service goals and financial self-sufficiency requirements of the Conference Center

Lake Logan is redefining itself as it aligns its programs more closely with God’s mission carried out by The Episcopal Diocese of WNC and its 64 parishes.  As the leader of this process, the next director needs the entrepreneurial skills necessary for a re-visioning process. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Works closely with the Lake Logan Board of Directors and its designated committees to develop and implement a business plan for the operation of the Conference Center . Works closely with Conference Center staff to generate revenue through conference/meetings/bookings and rentals to ensure profitability. Administers annual budget by tracking revenue and expenditures. Ensures clear and accurate monthly financial reporting in accordance with GAAP to the LLEC Board of Directors and the Diocesan Bishop and Controller. 
  2. Provides leadership and directions to the Conference Center staff including but not limited to day-to-day operations, setting goals and objectives, making employment decisions, delivering opportunities for growth and development.   Effectively delegates responsibility to staff and empowers staff to perform roles effectively. 
  3. Works with Lake Logan Board to implement a vision of aligning the Conference Center more closely with God’s mission carried out by the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina.
  4. Creates and implements a comprehensive and integrated marketing plan for the Conference Center, including print/online promotional materials, advertising campaigns, website, social and other digital media. Works with LLEC Board of Directors to identify target markets and prepare strategies to generate prospects.
  5. Ensures that LLEC services are of exceptional quality and cost-justified. Manages the Conference schedule to maximize the use of dates, space and staff.
  6. Builds and fosters relationships within the community, professional organizations and other entities to promote the LLEC and sign clients. Maintains a database of clients and potential clients.
  7. Monitors trends in the meeting market and conference center industry.
  8. Consults with clients to define meeting objectives; determines meeting and function space requirements; negotiates, prepares and reviews contracts with clients.
  9. Reviews customer satisfaction evaluations and ensures that follows-up with clients are made after event for feedback; shares customer’s feedback with staff and recommends changes to procedures and operations to improve level of customer services.
  10. Work closely with the Camp Henry Director regarding use of the Lake Logan property and to ensure a safe and effective environment for campers and other guests of Lake Logan. 
  11. Works closely with the Diocesan Director of Development in fundraising and annual campaigns. 
  12. Performs other duties as assigned. 

Knowledge and Requirements:  

  • A committed Christian with high ethical and moral principles
  • A conference professional with current knowledge and experience in modern not-for-profit leadership
  • Knowledge of or willingness to learn the polity and practices of The Episcopal Church
  • Ability to manage ongoing staff development including recruitment and training
  • A positive attitude and the ability to strengthen the interface with the Diocese while creating a positive culture within the conference center staff
  • Ability to communicate clearly and in an affirmative manner, both verbally and in writing
  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in conference center leadership or comparable setting
  • Experience in Human Resource management including a minimum of 3 years’ experience supervising an operating staff in a church institution environment
  • Working experience with nonprofit fiscal management, including fund accounting and budgeting
  • Able to relate pleasantly and positively to a broad cross section of personalities
  • Knowledge of nonprofit law adequate to maintain records and documents to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local regulations
  • Strategic Planning development and execution experience
  • Knowledge sufficient to supervise or function at a high level of proficiency  in the following areas:
    • General administration of growing, not-for-profit institutions
    • Adult resident education program design, development and delivery
    • Conference center program design, development, and delivery
    • Compliance with ‘Safe Church’ standards of conduct
    • Development of a growing institution culture
    • Administration and direction of facility operation including:
      • Office administration
      • Reservations and registration
      • Hospitality in a residential education center
      • Marketing and publicity

Download this job description.

Please send resumes to:

Applications will be accepted through September 30, 2014.


Lay Missioner -- Free Church of St. John, Philadelphia, PA (Diocese of Pennsylvania)

The Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania is seeking an individual to serve as Lay Missioner at the Free Church of St. John (FCSJ) in the Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia.  The FCSJ is an Episcopal mission parish dedicated to living out the principals and practices of the Episcopal tradition in Kensington.  The Lay Missioner will work with the Mission Committee, parish members, and the local community to provide programming and resources to the diverse neighborhood surrounding the church. 

This is a full-time position.  The Episcopal Diocese of Pennsylvania offers a comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary. 

For more information or to apply, visit:

Resumes will be accepted until the position is filled, with the hope that this position will begin at the start of June.


Program Director -- Camp Mokule‘ia, Waialua, HI (Diocese of Hawaii)

Position Purpose: To further the mission of the Camp Mokule‘ia through a) delivery and supervision of program activities and events, and b) develop a road map for developing Camp Mokule‘ia’s full programming capacity through research, analysis, marketing plan and implementation.

Qualifications: (Minimum Qualifications and Experience)

  • Administrative experience
  • Experience in the development and delivery of programs and activities
  • Training and experience in teaching program to adults and children.
  • Experience in grant assessment and writing
  • Willingness to learn and grow in an entrepreneurial environment

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Desire and ability to work with children outdoors.
  • Computer proficiency in word processing and spreadsheets
  • Ability to observe staff behavior, assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures, and apply appropriate management techniques.
  • Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to the activity.

Compensation: Salary in the range of $40,000/year (pro-rated) plus very competitive benefits package offered by our co-employer Altres, Inc.

For Further information and complete job description contact:

Rev. David Baumgart Turner – Executive Director, Camp Mokule‘ia

Send (or email) Resume and Letter of Intent by May 16, 2014 to:

Rev. David Baumgart Turner
Camp Mokule‘ia
68-729 Farrington Highway
Waialua, HI 96791


Facilities Director – Camp Chicagami, Presque Isle, MI (Diocese of Eastern Michigan)

Camp Chickagami is seeking an organized, skilled and detail-oriented person to manage and maintain its facility; oversee on site volunteers, and hospitality management of the Camp’s user groups. Candidates should be willing to work flexible hours, have a proven history of good interpersonal skills, and be hands on and proficient in basic plumbing, carpentry, electrical and landscape maintenance. Read complete job description here.

Start date: Mid-May 2014

Interested applicants should contact Mike English at 480-258-7376 or