October 15, 2019

The following are current year-round job openings in the U.S.
(or seasonal openings longer than just May - August)

Place a job opening on Year-Round Jobs at Camp.

Alphabetical by state under the following categories:

Activity Specialist = 12
Administration = 47
Health & Wellness = 2
Site & Facilities = 4
Jobs in Fall/Winter/Spring = 1
Outside of Camp/Not Camp Related = 2

*New listings = 24
Total listings =
68
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ACTIVITY SPECIALIST

AMERICORPS COUNSELOR – ARKANSAS
Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp is accepting applications for male and female counselors to begin immediately and go through July 2020. Pfeifer Camp is an educational, residential camp for at-risk youth ages 8-14. The Alternative Classroom Experience, has won local, national, and international awards, and was named a national Exemplary Substance Abuse Prevention Program. Our director was named as a Champion of Change by the White House. AmeriCorps Counselors must live at the camp from Sunday evening through Friday afternoon each week, are responsible for up to 10 campers in a cabin, lead them in all camp activities, tutor in the classroom and serve as and mentors to their campers. Applicants 21 or older are preferred but exceptions are possible. Applicants must be U.S. citizens to serve in AmeriCorps. Benefits: Living allowance of up to $13,992, free room/board, health insurance, and up to a $6,095.00 scholarship. Call Binky at 501-821-3714 or email binky@pfeifercamp.com. (ACA Accredited)

* VEGETABLE & GARDEN COORDINATOR – GEORGIA
For nearly 25 years, Camp Twin Lakes (CTL) has provided life-changing camp experiences to thousands of Georgia's children with serious illnesses, disabilities, and other life challenges. For more information, please visit our website. The Vegetable & Garden Coordinator’s primary responsibilities will include managing all aspects of fruit and vegetable production. Essential Duties: • Planning, implementation & care for all aspects of fruit & vegetable production. • Green house management & seed starting. • Field prep, planting, garden management, harvesting, washing, food safety & storage. • Planning, implementation & care for a small educational garden. • Coordinate with farm manager, animal coordinator, nutritionist & chefs. • Soil building, cover cropping, & yearly soil testing. • Record keeping. • Work 1 or 2 weekends each month. • Occasionally assist with animal care &/or leading educational farm sessions with campers. • Lead a small team of summer farm workers. • Build professional relationships with camp staff, partners & campers. • Keep gardens, barns and work stations neat & organized. Requirements: • gardening & veg. growing experience required. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP PROGRAM SPECIALIST – IDAHO
Y Camp at Horsethief Reservoir is located outside of Cascade, Idaho, where we have 415 acres of rugged wilderness. Approximately 400 yards of spectacular waterfront along the two-mile long reservoir provide us with room for swimming, canoeing, paddle boarding, and fishing. In addition to our traditional camp programs, Y Camp at Horsethief Reservoir hosts Outdoor Education for 5th and 6th graders, corporate retreats and conferences, team building, weddings, and more.  The Camp Program Specialist will assist the with the year-round operations YMCA Camp at Horsethief Reservoir. This position will function as a point person and provide leadership through planning, organizing, supervising and facilitating participants, other staff, and volunteers in a variety of outdoor programs. In addition, the specialist will facilitate and implement appropriate educational curriculum for assigned program areas including outdoor education, ropes/challenge courses, waterfront, team building, archery, biking, arts/crafts, outdoor living, climbing, and general outdoor/indoor activities. This position will also support the housekeeping, kitchen, and maintenance areas as needed. $11.95 - $14.93. Email resume to jobs@ymcatvidaho.org.

* OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR – ILLINOIS
Camp Ondessonk is a non-profit, Catholic youth camp providing rustic, outdoor experiences in an amazing natural setting. Serving thousands of people of all ages on our 983-acre property in the Shawnee National Forest, our experiences cultivate appreciation of nature by immersing participants in the outdoors. Programs include teambuilding, low/high challenge courses, hiking, canoeing, night hikes, rock climbing, horseback rides, Family Camps, adult programs, retreats, & more. Other duties include horse care, food service, facility maintenance, etc. QUALIFICATIONS: 21+, Bachelor’s degree, First Aid/CPR/AED; camp &/or outdoor education experience, comfortable at heights, integrity, maturity, patience, flexibility, self-motivation, energy, sense of humor, passion for outdoors, strong group facilitation, communication, & interpersonal skills; WFR, LG, or other certifications a plus. COMPENSATION: $300-325/week paid bi-weekly, meals provided during programs, shared on-site housing, pro-deals, access to thousands of acres of national forest. 3-month contract Feb. 18-May 18, 2020. View the full job description online. Send cover letter, resume, & 3 references to nolan.hurst@ondessonk.com by November 15, 2019. (ACA Accredited)

* OUTDOOR EDUCATION/WATERFRONT COORDINATOR – INDIANA
APRIL-OCT 2020. Summer: Assist with training, supervision & evaluation of staff/lifeguards leading waterfront activities. Supervise in conjunction with OE Director all waterfront operations including swimming, boating & aqua jump. Maintain beach/boathouse and serve as a lifeguard when needed. Assist in day to day logistics & help coordinate all camp events. OE Season: Serve as one of the lead instructors by assisting in coordinating school visits and being the onsite contact for select schools. Lead waterfront activities such as canoeing & lake study, may also lead tree study, archery, compass, wetlands,etc. Other Duties: Assist with hiring Fall OE staff, be on call at least one night a week, curriculum development, evening programs, program maintenance, open the beach for the year, assist budgeting. We offer the opportunity to learn and increase your experience and knowledge of the camping world as well as behind the scenes administrative tasks.  Benefits: $335/week with housing. On-site laundry/ internet. Qualifications: Must be organized, flexible, comfortable speaking with parents, knowledge of overnight camping and be 21+ years old. Experience in lifeguarding, high ropes, archery is a plus. To apply: e-mail sean_diamond@fwymca.org resume. (ACA Accredited)

* SUMMER CAMP COORDINATOR – INDIANA
APRIL-OCT 2020. Summer: Oversee skill class/organize program schedule. Mentor staff/implement staff in-service schedule to coach staff. Topics include: homesickness, teambuilding, managing difficult behaviors, etc. Coordinate with one partnership camp. Be on call at least one night a week. Spring/Fall Season: Serve as one of the lead instructors by leading camp activities: lake study, tree study, archery, teambuilding, low ropes, compass, pioneer living, wetlands, etc. Other Duties: Evening programs, program maintenance, school visits, peer development, staff training. Spring: prep for summer camp, staff training, and staff events. Fall: plan/execute Fall Camp, assist with budgeting and with rehiring of staff. We offer the opportunity to learn and increase your experience and knowledge of the camping world as well as behind the scenes administrative tasks. Benefits:$335 per week with housing. On-site laundry/internet. Qualifications: Must be organized, flexible, comfortable speaking with parents, have a strong knowledge of overnight camping, have staff supervision experience and be 21+ years old. Experience in program areas (lifeguarding, high ropes, archery) is a plus. To apply: e-mail shelby_nichter@fwymca.org cover letter and resume. (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTORS/SPECIALISTS – INDIANA
Bradford Woods is Indiana University’s Outdoor Center, serving nearly 20,000 people annually through amazing outdoor programs. The Environmental Education program has been going strong for over 60 years and provides standards-based curriculum to students. Adventure Education provides team building and leadership development to youth, emerging professionals and adults. Environmental Explorers Summer Camp gives kids a chance to return in the summer and “play” again in the woods and learn a little something too! Do you love the outdoors, teaching kids, everything camp, and making a difference in the lives of others? Check out our spring, summer, and fall opportunities in 2020. We hire outdoor instructors and specialists on an ongoing basis and any position can double as an internship. View more information and full job descriptions online or contact Melanie at mjwills@indiana.edu or 765-349-5113. IU is a EOE/AA/M/F/VET/Disability (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR – INDIANA
WAIT!!!! Before you scroll down ...DO YOU ENJOY??: Working with students of different ages and backgrounds? Strengthening school community? Instilling an appreciation of nature in our youth? Growing personally and professionally? Corn? Figuring out what a Hoosier is? Then Camp Tecumseh could be the place for you! Our Outdoor Education program creates opportunities for students to expand their learning beyond the classroom - to explore, ask questions and satisfy their curiosity in an outdoor setting. We are seeking instructors who have a passion for fostering this growth and enhancing curriculum being taught in the classroom. As an Outdoor Education instructor, you will have the opportunity to work with both schools as well as our Retreats and Conferences department. We are looking for instructors excited about providing an exceptional experience to all of our guests while also achieving both personal and professional growth themselves. To apply, please fill out the online application. If you have any questions please feel free to email the Outdoor Education Director, Julianne Yost at julianney@camptecumseh.org. (ACA Accredited)

* OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - NORTH CAROLINA
Love working with kids? Love being outdoors? YMCA Camp Weaver has a great opportunity for you! YMCA Camp Weaver is a resident camp facility located in beautiful southeast Greensboro, NC. Our programming is designed to provide the highest quality camp experiences that result in increased self-confidence to take on the challenges of life and school. Our premier programs include Summer Day and Overnight Camps, Conference and Retreats and Outdoor Education opportunities in Fall-Spring. Join us for an "Experience that lasts a Lifetime"! Serving 1st through 12th grades, our Outdoor Education program revolves around teaching kids natural science through experiential learning, helping to create the leaders of tomorrow. The spring season runs early-March through mid-May, with the potential opportunity to continue on in the following season. Salary is $325/week, plus housing. Meals are available when groups are on-site. Housing includes full bathrooms, a full kitchen, and laundry facilities. Please submit a resume to Ryan.Carr@ymcagreensboro.org.  (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM SPECIALIST - NORTH CAROLINA
This is a 12-15 month internship. We are hiring for two positions: one to start in December and the other to start in January. $260 per week + housing, utilities, meals (when served to camp guests) This internship is focused on camping career development. Key focus areas of learning include hospitality/retreat management, children/youth ministry and development, administrative management, event planning, program and partnership development, and ACA policy review. In this role, you will participate in and learn about all that happens in the non-summer seasons of camping ministry life. You will also learn about designing programs and teaching staff effective leadership skills in relation to mission and goals. Based on your skills and program design, you will play a leadership role for the summer camp season as well. Interns will live in a Christian camp community which prays, worships, plays, and works with one another. Additional mentoring from seasoned camp professionals will help prepare you for your career in camping or other ministry fields. Learn more and apply online. Contact staff@campchestnutridge.org with questions about this position.  (ACA Accredited)

* YOUTH DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST – SOUTH CAROLINA
The Youth Development Center is a program through Clemson University’s Youth Learning Institute that works with at-risk youth who have been termed status offenders (status offenses are things such as truancy, behavior problems, breaking of school policies, etc.) Located on a 400-acre camp which features canoeing, camping, low and high ropes courses and many recreation sites. The YDC provides a residential program to a maximum of 32 females at a time. The primary educational goals include behavior modification, improve study skills, create a passion for learning, core subjects, recreational training, social skills training and more. Staff will have flexible work schedules, and opportunities to pick up training and experience that add to an instructor’s knowledge. Pay: $8.00-$10.00/room & board included. To apply, send resume and references to ceharpe@clemson.edu. EOE

OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - TEXAS
At The Outdoor School (TOS) students are able to experience their natural environment in a fun and educational setting. We offer a variety of programming for visiting schools to choose from, typically working with 5th - 7th-grade students. Instructors teach from a pre-approved academic and adventure curriculum including Teambuilding, Reptiles, Water Quality, Kayaking, High Ropes Courses, Archery, Outdoor Survival, Art in Nature, and many more! Compensation includes housing, meals during program, and a $260/week stipend for new instructors. There are also several opportunities for professional growth at TOS! Instructors participate in a 3-week training period that provides challenge course training, teambuilding facilitation skills, Red Cross First Aid/CPR certification, Red Cross Lifeguard Certification (optional), and the foundation for great friendships! The Fall Season runs mid-August through November 22nd. For more information please contact Personnel Director Mark Stein via email at mstein@outdoorschool.com or visit our website. (ACA Accredited)

 

ADMINISTRATION

PROGRAM DIRECTOR (YEAR ROUND) - ALABAMA/WEST FLORIDA
Blue Lake United Methodist Camp, a separate 501(c)3 ministry of the Alabama/West Florida United Methodist Conference is seeking a vibrant, go-getter to take our incredible ministry to the next level. Blue Lake serves over 20,000 users in a year. This is a full time position with benefits, heath care, housing and a competitive salary. Send resume to Blue Lake-program director, 8500 Oakwood Lane, Andalusia, Al 36420. Closing on October 29, 2019 (ACA Accredited)

YEAR-ROUND ON-SITE PROGRAM DIRECTOR – ALABAMA
YMCA Camp Chandler/YMCA of Greater Montgomery. Located in Wetumpka, Alabama. Salary- $32,000 - $36,000 + Competitive Benefits package. Housing Provided on Site (savings of $15,000/year in rent and utilities). YMCA Camp Chandler is seeking a motivated camp professional who will be committed to maintaining the high standard of operations of Camp Chandler’s summer camp program, group camping, outdoor education, and special events. The Program Director serves an integral role in the successful running of all components of summer camp programs. He/she is responsible for overseeing the over-all daily operation of summer camp including scheduling daily programs and staff, training staff, program accountability, working with user groups, and all other programming to facilitate a successful summer program for campers and groups. He/she will also provide assistance with outdoor education and other camp programs. The Program Director ensures the positive experience of camp to all groups. For Full Job Description, Visit our website > Click "About" tab > Select Careers. For questions about the position or YMCA Camp Chandler, contact Jennifer Ikner at jikner@ymcamontgomery.org. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP DIRECTOR – CALIFORNIA
Okizu is a Northern California based non-profit that operates Camp Okizu, a pediatric oncology camp. We are looking for a full time year round Camp Director to join our team.  Our program includes 4 weeks of SIBS (Special and Important Brothers and Sisters) Camps, 3 weeks of camps for pediatric oncology patients and 15 family camp and young adult weekends. We welcome applications from individuals who have both a genuine commitment to serving families dealing with childhood cancer, and experience directing a residential camp. This person will ideally be on site in Oroville for all our programs, and additionally, they will spend time in our Northern Marin office on a regular basis. Please our website to review job description, requirements and additional details, including information on how to apply. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP DIRECTOR - CALIFORNIA
Once upon a time there was a land hidden in a forest in which magic was stirring. It soon became clear that this magic was strongest during 6 magical occurrences known in this land as wakeups, cabin activities, embers, playstation, story experiences, and evening programs. Though it seemed that the magic came from the 100 children that called this land home for one or two weeks at a time; it was really a group of extraordinary magical guardians. The counselors and leaders of the land were well versed in studying the human race, and had utilized those studies to create harmony, action and personal growth. They developed tools and processes to nurture and grow the magic that existed within these woods, and all those that partook in over 150 activities. So much so that they offered 400 hours of training to anyone that possessed the passion to venture to this land and guide its inhabitants. The story continues. In the next chapter, the magical sojourner, (INSERT NAME), brings their spells and enchantments to help lead this land with a wealth of experience in similar realms, and a drive to support the continued growth of magic and play. Send an Owl to applications@campaugusta.org to begin the next chapter…View more online

ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR – CALIFORNIA
Santa Catalina School seeks its next Assistant Director of Summer at Santa Catalina, an all-girls boarding and day summer camp dedicated to the mental, emotional, and spiritual empowerment of young women. Under the supervision of the Director of Summer at Santa Catalina, the Assistant Director creatively and strategically develops and grows the overall program, by assisting with staffing, and programmatic planning for the 5-week summer camp. This is a full-time, benefited, year-round position, with housing provided on campus. This position participates in the residential life program during the school year as a member of the residential faculty team serving 115 girls in the Upper School. This position will also design and lead the after school enrichment experience (grades PK - 8) during the school year. Summer at Santa Catalina is located in beautiful Monterey, CA only 40 minutes from Big Sur! View more information and complete an application online. Questions? Email to ange.atkinson@santacatalina.org or call (831) 233-7439. In accordance with applicable laws, Santa Catalina School is an equal opportunity employer.

PROGRAM CAMP RECRUITER – CALIFORNIA
The Camp Recruiter was created in response to the 2018-2020 Strategic Plan of Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles, to reach more girls with high impact programs on the council’s premier outdoor program centers. This position is responsible for securing girl participation at Camp Lakota and Camp Osito Rancho through community cultivation, lead generation and follow-up throughout Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and surrounding markets. As a key member of the Outdoor Program Team, this position will also be responsible for developing and executing recruitment strategies to promote revenue and profitability for council resident camps and to increase awareness and utilization of the council property portfolio. Additional Position Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in lieu of education. Proven work experience as a Recruiter with a successful track record of sales performance. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends. Familiarity with CRM practices along with ability to build productive business relationships. Demonstrated knowledge of the camp industry. Apply online.

DIRECTOR OF GROUP PROGRAMS – CALIFORNIA
If you are passionate about providing opportunities to connect youth and communities to the great outdoors, then Outdoor Journeys is looking for you! This brand new position will be working with our established summer & weekend community groups. Due to our rapid growth, we are looking for the right individual to fill this position. Someone such as you who can adapt to a highly evolving organization with experience, to design, manage and deliver outdoor activities. As the qualified candidate you should have competence in areas of program design, delivery, marketing, budgeting, staffing and food service. You would be directly responsible for ensuring attending participant outcomes are addressed, while also attracting new community groups. While programs are in operation you would be based out of Camp Nawakwa near Angelus Oaks. During other times of the year, you will be based out of our Upland office. If you believe that we should leverage every opportunity to reconnect communities, youth & families back to the great outdoors then we want you! View a full job description on our website. Submit your resume and cover letter to the CEO johnny@outdoorjourneys.org.  (ACA Accredited)

SUMMER CAMP PROGRAM DIRECTOR - CALIFORNIA/ILLINOIS
Galileo is looking for program visionaries to direct our Bay Area, Southern California, and Chicagoland sites for the 2020 season. Directors are outstanding educational leaders who assume overall leadership of a summer day camp location—including staff hiring and management and day-to-day operations—and further our mission to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. Make a lasting positive impact while working for an award-winning company at the forefront of an educational movement. (15 hours/week from January-June; full-time during summer) Hear directly from Galileo Camp Directors, and learn more and apply on our website.

SUMMER CAMP DIRECTOR – CONNECTICUT
Essential functions: Responsible for development and marketing of summer camp programming. Ensuring consistent and regular communication with camp families and campers. In accordance with our marketing plan. Responsible for hosting and development of (2) family camps and (1) winter camper reunion. Hire and train summer camp staff. Develop summer camp staff training to meet state, ACA and YMCA standards. Actively market, develop and promote Camp Woodstock. Consistently provide friendly, courteous and professional service to Woodstock families and always building and maintaining professional relationships with community partners. Support and contribute to a safe, clean camp environment for staff and guests. Look to maintain and grow partnerships and collaborations with organizations with similar values and goals as Camp Woodstock. Salary and Benefits: $36,000 - $40,000, 12% Retirement and on-site housing (3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, internet & cable). Checkout our website at: Campwoodstock.org. Apply online. Any questions contact Tony.gronski@ghymca.org or 860-974-1336 (ACA Accredited)

OFFICE MANAGER – CONNECTICUT/NEW YORK
Office manager for a children's summer camp (Bethlehem and the Adirondacks during the summer), (open to position being full time in the Adirondacks). Children's traditional summer camp, looking for a full time office manager to run our Connecticut office during the off season (will consider full time location up at camp in the Adirondacks), and spend the summer from June - August at our facility in the Adirondack mountains in NY state. Skills required are: Filing organization; Technology savvy; Managing phones, newsletters, calendar; Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, Publisher, Access, Google drive, Squarespace website management, QuickBooks, etc.; Parent Communications; Proficiency in accounts receivable/payable; Willing to learn.  Nice work environment.  Please contact Camp Chateaugay, owner, Hal Lyons Hal@chateaugay.com (ACA Accredited)

CAMP DIRECTOR/ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – CONNECTICUT
Work at one of the historic, independent, summer-only YMCA camps in the Berkshire Mountains of NW Connecticut! Located two hours from NYC, 2.5 hours from Boston and a million miles from ordinary. Full-Time year-round opportunity. Responsible for recruiting staff and campers, planning and running an eight-week summer resident and day camp program and for running a short shoulder season of rental groups. Are you creative, energetic, organized and mission driven? That’s not enough. The successful candidate for this position will also be a customer service zealot. They will be an out-of-the-box thinker. They will possess great skills as a salesperson for their program as well as outstanding camp programming abilities. They will thrive on moving deliberately and quickly. Bachelor’s degree (degree in a related field preferred but not required). Must have five years’ experience working in a youth camp setting, along with prior administrative camp experience.  Health plan covers 100% of you and your family's insurance premiums as well as funding 3/4ths of your deductible. Dental plan and retirement plan are also part of the package. Housing Included. Salary$48,500.00 - $59,500.00. Apply to: Paul Bryant, CEO at pbryant@campsloane.org (ACA Accredited)

* CAMPING SERVICES MANAGER – FLORIDA
The Camping Services Manager (CSM) is responsible for developing, executing, supervising, and providing oversight of troop camping, encampment, summer resident & day camp experiences, and other programs & events held at GSWCF camp properties. The CSM performs assigned duties for the purpose of advancing GSWCF’s strategic goals including serving and retaining current girl members, extending the Girl Scout brand to un-served and underserved populations, and ensuring achievement of sustainable revenue generation. Inclusive of: Program Quality and Growth, Operational Management and Oversight, Administrative Functions. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in recreation, outdoor education, youth development or related field preferred. 3+ years of youth program/camp administration experience including supervision of staff & volunteer teams of 20 or more individuals. Additional event planning experience preferred. Has or ability to obtain and maintain current certifications in CPR and First Aid. Additional certifications in Archery, Lifeguard, and/or Canoeing by nationally recognized providers desired. Questions? ehollen@gswcf.org.  Apply on our website.  (ACA Accredited)

* OUTDOOR ADVENTURE & EDUCATION MANAGER – FLORIDA
The Outdoor Adventure & Education Manager (OAE) is responsible for developing, executing, supervising, and providing oversight of Girl Scouts of West Central Florida's high adventure, environmental education, and summer resident, day, & travel camp experiences and develop relationships to expand offerings and clientele through community and corporate partners. Performs assigned duties for the purpose of advancing GSWCF’s strategic goals including serving and retaining current girl members, extending the Girl Scout brand to under-served populations, and ensuring achievement of sustainable revenue generation. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in recreation/outdoor educ./environmental science or related field preferred, 3+ years of youth program/camp administration incl. supervision of staff/volunteer teams of 20 or more individuals. Challenge Course management experience, holds/can obtain ACCT certification, holds/can obtain current certifications in CPR/FA. Ability to be onsite Camp Director of summer resident camp for up to 12 weeks. Questions? ehollen@gswcf.org. Apply on our website. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP DIRECTOR – GEORGIA
The Camp Director at Camp Misty Mountain must have a passion for the outdoors and the ability to inspire and lead our youth development focused aquatic and equestrian programs. The ideal candidate will take a visionary approach to opportunities and be able to convey a clear understanding of the organization’s mission. The Camp Director is a role model for girls and should be actively involved in the camp program. The Camp Director leads a team that provides outstanding year-round outdoor program and exceptional customer service while building relationships within the community. DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Program and Services Delivery, Facility Management, Supervision and Budget Management. SKILLS/EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree preferred, Excels in developing strategies on camp expansion and growth, A minimum of 7 years’ experience directing summer camp, Commitment to the Girl Scout approach to outdoor education and experiential learning, Strong leadership abilities, Writes clearly, tactfully and effectively, demonstrates strong grammar and usage skills, Enthusiasm, energy and a positive presence, Must be at least 25 years of age, Must complete/clear a MVR, Criminal, and National Sex Offender background check. View job posting online. (ACA Accredited)

CAMP DIRECTOR - ILLINOIS
Camp Kupugani seeks a dynamic, creative, warm, exuberant, strong leader who is a critical-thinker, detail-oriented, can foster and sustain excellence, and is passionate about our vision. Women and people of color are especially encouraged to apply. Responsibilities include: day to day admin of camp office; implement staff schedule; assist with hiring/supervising staff; + marketing and promotion. Position can include year-round housing, + summer room and board. Salary DOE; escalates based on camp gross income. Opportunity for equity/takeover. Our multicultural summer camp focuses on diversity + communication skills in a fun, safe environment. In girls-only, boys-only, and blended programs, we unite children of diverse backgrounds + provide them with essential empowerment skills + build community. Just 2 hours NW of Chicago our camp comprises beautiful woods, trails, a pool, natural rock climbing walls, game fields, + a 5-acre lake for swimming, water games, and almost a mile of canoeing through the property. With 120 acres of forests, wildlife, and wildflowers galore, it offers fresh air, natural water, the robust smell of pure woods and a twinkling night sky. With opportunity for equity or takeover. Please apply online. kupugani@gmail.com (ACA Accredited)

* CAMPING SERVICES DIRECTOR - ILLINOIS
Camp Ondessonk is a Catholic youth camp known for its culture of creativity, diversity, love, and fun. We are seeking a creative, experienced servant-leader with a gift for inspiring leadership, self-confidence, and lifelong learning. A “real camp in the real woods”, more than 3,000 summer campers from throughout the US travel down the Camp Ondessonk road each summer, entering a 983 acre site containing lakes, high sandstone bluffs, creeks, and waterfalls. The primary responsibility of the position is summer camp direction, which includes leading an administrative team in its efforts to recruit, hire, and train a summer staff of more than 120 people. Additional year-round duties include supervision of the Outdoor Education, Equestrian, and Food Service Directors, and shared leadership in weekend events like Family Camp. Exempt position requires weekend and evening work during summer camp and, less frequently, during the rest of the year. Benefits include paid holidays, housing suitable for a small family, paid vacation, health insurance, and 403(b) retirement plan. Salary range $40,000 to $45,000, DOE. Please send resume and cover letter to dan.king@ondessonk.com. Job description on our website. (ACA Accredited)

* MEDICAL CAMPING SUPERVISOR – INDIANA
Bradford Woods, Indiana University's Outdoor Center, is looking for a Medical Camping Supervisor to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate residential camping programs for children and adults with physical disabilities and other medical conditions. The supervisor designs medical camp program using the APIE(D) process as specified by National Council of Therapeutic Recreation Certification, ensuring proper program design, training, and safety practices are implemented to make camp successful for participants with a variety of medical needs. The supervisor also supports adapted recreation and sport activities including adapted water skiing, wheelchair basketball, challenge courses, and other complex camp programs. This is a 10-month, exempt appointed position with year-round medical and retirement benefits, as well as on-site housing provided.  To apply, visit this website and search "Bradford Woods". Indiana University is a EOE/AA/M/F/VET/Disability. . (ACA Accredited)

CAMP DIRECTOR - MAINE
Center Day Camp a program of the Jewish Community Alliance of Southern Maine is seeking a Camp Director who has significant camp experience, outstanding leadership qualities, strong organizational and interpersonal skills, and positive attitude. Located in Windham, Maine on the shores of Lake Sebago, Center Day Camp fosters a strong sense of belonging and connection. All are welcome, and everyone at camp is valued and celebrated. The JCA offers a competitive salary and benefits package that includes partial contribution toward individual health insurance, employer paid short and long term disability and life insurance, and generous paid time off including Federal and Jewish holidays. Programmatic discounts are also available. See the full job description online. Email cover letter and résumé, as a PDF or Word document only, to mrowles@mainejewish.org.  Please indicate “Center Day Camp Director” in subject line of email. (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR OF AUXILIARY PROGRAMS/CAMP DIRECTOR – MARYLAND
Landon School seeks a Director of Auxiliary Programs. This position is for you if you are passionate about education, you enjoy working creatively and collaboratively, can manage projects successfully from start to finish, and love a fast paced environment. As the Director of Auxiliary Programs, you play a pivotal role in generating essential revenue for the school’s operating budget. You will manage and execute a robust summer program consisting of over 2,800 campers and develop and implement a new after school enrichment program for both students and parents. No day is the same for the Director of Auxiliary Programs -- from budgeting and recruiting to program development and customer service, you are a teacher, event planner, manager, and entrepreneur all rolled into one. For details about key responsibilities and required qualifications, visit our website.  To apply, please submit a letter of interest, resume, and salary expectations to Jeremy Kugel, Chief Financial Officer, at jeremy_kugel@landon.net. (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR OF SUMMER PROGRAMS – MASSACHUSETTS
Beaver Country Day School in Chestnut Hill, MA seeks a Director of Summer Programs to begin work in January 2020. This is a full time, year-round position that reports to the Chief Financial Officer. Beaver Summer Camp is a well-known, accredited, and well-respected summer camp located just outside of Boston. It serves over 1,500 campers each summer, who range from age 3-15. The Director is responsible for strategic and financial planning, operations, marketing, program design, promotion, budgeting, human resources, and evaluation of all summer programs, including the General Camp, Specialty Camps, and the Family Swim Club. The successful candidate will have demonstrated the skills necessary to simultaneously manage multiple tasks while maintaining high standards, especially with respect to cultivating a caring and fun environment for campers and staff.  Please apply online. (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, MICHIGAN
The Alumni Association of the University of Michigan has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Director, Michigania. The Camp Michigania team an extremely important piece of AAUM's mission providing exceptional camp experiences to University of Michigan alumni and their families. The University of Michigan offers a fantastic benefit package and competitive salary. View full details and apply online.

* SUMMER CAMP DIRECTOR – MINNESOTA
Girl Scouts, Lakes and Pines is looking for a dynamic camp director to join the team at Camp Shingobee Timbers! This position is part-time Nov through May and full time, live on site June - August. The Camp Director leads the planning and development of all camp programs for girls ages 5-18, staff hiring, as well as oversight of the daily operation of camp. Including food service, program, business administration, participant supervision and health care. The Director is girl-focused, lives out the Girl Scout values and acts as a role model to girls and staff. This position is managed by the Director of Program, Property and Member Support. Camp Shingobee Timbers is nestled on 160 acres and surrounded by the Chippewa National Forest on a quiet lake in the Northland. Must be organized, flexible , comfortable talking with adults, have a strong knowledge of overnight camping and be 25+. Experience in camp program areas (lifeguarding, high challenge, archery) and ACA accreditation is a plus. Apply now for this unique role with exceptional training opportunities and professional development! To apply e-mail Melissa Garza, mgarza@girlscoutslp.org with cover letter/resume. (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR PROGRAMS MANAGER – MINNESOTA
Camp Fire Minnesota (www.campfiremn.org) is hiring an Outdoor Programs Manager at Tanadoona. This individual sets the tone for a positive, nature-based learning experience for participants, family and the community and seamless camp operations. We are looking for someone who is a go-getter, who thrives on building connections and community.  An ideal candidate will: • Thrive on building relationships with participants and their families. • Innovative in engaging youth in FUN, hands-on, nature-based learning. • Curious, with a drive for continuous improvement. • Visionary and goal oriented. • Minimum of 5 years of experience in youth development and running a large-scale camp and camp program. This position is required to live on the property (3300 Tanadoona Drive, Excelsior, MN 55331) in the Director’s Cabin from mid-May through mid-September, in order to accommodate our summer camp season, with option to live on the property year-round. Salary range $51,000 - $56,000, based on experience. Competitive benefits package, including 3% retirement contribution and sabbatical policy. See complete job posting online. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP ADMINISTRATOR – NEBRASKA
Role: Responsible for the achievement of the mission and financial objectives of Kaleo on the River.  Job Traits: •Have a love for God and nature. •Enjoy accountability, are self-motivated and are willing to get your hands dirty. •Can attract and recruit volunteer and paid workers. •Possess strong leadership and supervisory skills. •Are willing to work with people of all faiths and beliefs. •Have previous camp administrative experience. •Understand/embrace the rural culture. •Relate well to people of all ages. •Possess strong organizational skills. •Can broaden the awareness of the camp through effective marketing activities. Job Duties: •Provide leadership for camp volunteers and effective supervision of paid staff. •Plan, implement and administer camping season. •Maintain and continually improve camp environment. •Provide monthly activity reports for board feedback. •Maintain Camp/Facility Schedule. •Provide fiscal oversight and budgetary recommendations. •Increase camp participation through promotional efforts. Compensation: •Competitive salary. •Paid on-site housing and utilities. •Paid vacation/holidays. •Live year-round surrounded by God’s beauty. Send inquires and resume by Nov. 1,2019 to: tim.mcardle@gmail.com. (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR OF CAMP PROGRAMS - NEW HAMPSHIRE
The American Youth Foundation is seeking an experienced youth development professional and mission driven leader to serve as the director of our summer residential camp programs. Responsible for all aspects of staff and participant recruitment and retention, program development in support of AYF’s dynamic mission and collaborating with other teams to insure best practices are implemented. We are seeking a leader committed to building youth centered communities that strive for cultural competency, inclusion, and inspire action for good. The ideal candidate brings 5+ years of experience as an educator or youth development professional, staff supervision and training experience, and program development and management. View full job description and apply. (ACA Accredited)

* CEO/EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - NEW HAMPSHIRE
Carroll County YMCA (CCYMCA), a leader in youth development and residential camping, seeks a visionary, mission-driven leader to serve as its next Executive Director. This position represents an excellent opportunity to lead a vibrant and thriving organization and to focus on innovative and creative approaches to maintain its mission and further its impact.  CCYMCA’s signature operation is Camp Huckins, a girls’ residential camp located on Broad Bay of Ossipee Lake in Freedom, New Hampshire. Campers range in age from 8-16. Huckins was founded in 1928 as a summer camp and focused it mission on girls in 1966. Approximately 1,400 campers and 130 domestic and international staff come to Huckins during four two-week camping sessions in the summer and others enjoy additional residential camp programming during the spring and fall. For a full position description, please visit our website or contact Peter Hamilton, Conley Search Group at peter@conleysearch.com or 617-620-9268. (ACA Accredited)

TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR - NEW JERSEY
Rolling Hills Day Camp, located in Marlboro, NJ is looking to hire a full time technology director. This is an exciting new position for us. We are seeking an individual who can head up our social media department, maintain our data base, work with outside web designers, update our communication with parents and staff, and other camp related responsibilities. The individual will work closely with our program and transportation departments. Candidate must understand day camp and the camp lifestyle. Some previous camp experience is preferred. Send resume to billy@rollinghillsdaycamp.com.  (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM MANAGER - NEW JERSEY
The Program Manager supports the Director of Programs and Assistant Director (AD) in all aspects of program management, coordination, implementation, and delivery at the Blairstown Campus. The Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) program model includes year-round partnerships with multiple schools, community-based organizations, and university partners. The Program Manager works closely with the AD in the establishment, coordination, and implementation of a broad range of experiential, adventure-based and environmental education programs at the Blairstown Campus, ensuring that risk management is an integral part of the daily routine at the Blairstown Campus. The Program Manager serves as a member of the Blairstown Leadership Team and will be on-call one week a month, or as needed. • Full-time exempt employment. •Competitive compensation package based upon experience – includes salary, private bedroom in a three-bedroom house, most utilities, most meals, and $1,000 annual professional development funds. •Fifteen vacation days, 6 sick days and 12 holidays provided annually. 401K, life, health, dental, and vision. Start date Jan 2020. Major duties, qualifications and apply. (ACA Accredited)

* PROGRAM DIRECTOR - NORTH CAROLINA
Lutherock Camp & Retreat Center, located on 750 beautiful acres in Newland, NC, is searching for an innovative and Christ-centered leader for the role of full-time Program Director of year-round programming. Lutherock is a site of NovusWay Ministries, an outdoor ministry corporation in the southeastern U.S. The mission of NovusWay Ministries is to provide programs and experiences in places apart where all people can experience Christ-centered community, be transformed through relationship with God and God’s creation, and leave equipped for mission. View full details and information on how to apply. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until November 15th, 2019. Any inquires or questions should be directed to Chandler Carriker, VP for Program and Engagement at ccarriker@novusway.org. (ACA Accredited)

* EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – NORTH CAROLINA
Founded on the Y’s Christian values, YMCA Camp Harrison at Herring Ridge is dedicated to helping boys and girls age 6 – 16 discover who they are and what they can achieve, under the guidance of counselors who care about them and believe in their potential. Located between Lenoir and North Wilkesboro, Camp Harrison has over 2,100 acres of woods, streams, and trails to explore, including a 144 acre private lake. Camp Harrison is a Christian-focused camp with a strong religious heritage that has deeply shaped our work for 15 years. Alongside this, we offer faith-based programming and events throughout the year, as well as partner with organizations to further strengthen the foundations of our community. We are seeking an Executive Director to oversee all operations at Camp Harrison. The ED must maintain a culture of integrity, change capacity, determination, courage, teamwork, inclusivity and appreciation and promote the values of honesty, respect, responsibility, caring and faith. The ideal candidate will have proven success leading a faith based camp. Apply online. (ACA Accredited)

RESIDENTIAL LIFE & OPERATIONS PROGRAM MANAGER - NORTH CAROLINA
**Please submit Resume & Cover Letter to vjprogramteam@victoryjunction.org. Following is a summary of the essential functions for this job. Other duties may be performed, both major and minor, which are not mentioned below. Specific activities may change from time to time. • Assist Program Team with the planning of camp programs to reflect the mission and goals of the Victory Junction. • With direction from the Camp Program Director, assist in the recruitment and hiring of summer staff by: visiting local recruitment fairs, scheduling and conducting interviews, background checks, reference checks, and selection and placement of seasonal hires. • Support summer leadership team in all efforts related to the operations of the summer camp program. • Assist in the management of the campsite database as it relates to the program team needs and processes.  • Supervise and support summer camp staff. • Serve as an educator for behavior related needs and tools as they relate to our campers. Work with the program team and summer staff to implement a “behavior” approach for working with our campers • Assist with Program Team’s development, coordination and facilitation of volunteer and staff orientation (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR - NORTH CAROLINA
Are you ready to join a fun, friendly team? Are your campers always your number one priority? Then look no further!! Keyauwee Program Center is currently hiring for an assistant camp director to join their energetic and hardworking team. Keeping busy year round with Girl Scout troops, weekend programs, school groups and summer day and resident campers there's never a dull moment,– and that’s the way we like it! The successful candidate will be a hardworking, energetic individual ready to jump in and help these programs keep growing. Planning and implementing programs, hosting troops, supervising summer activities, and activity facilitation (climbing wall, lifeguarding and the alpine tower) are some of the responsibilities. This person will have a bachelors degree in a relevant field, and at least 2 years’ experience in a youth development setting, including staff supervision. Compensation includes a competitive salary, housing, utilities, and benefits. View full job description and information on how to apply. (ACA Accredited)

CAMP DIRECTOR/OUTDOOR EXPERIENCE MANAGER - NORTH CAROLINA
Do you have a passion for the outdoors, and a desire to ensure all girls have the opportunity to experience these activities? The ideal candidate for this camp director role will take a visionary approach to outdoor opportunities for girls and be able to convey a clear understanding of our mission. They will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of summer camp program, weekend programming and outdoor events with cultivation of community partnerships. The camp director will spearhead the design, development and delivery of progressive and intentional outdoor program experiences that help participants broaden their personal growth, enhance interpersonal relationships, and foster appreciation of the natural environment. Additionally, the Outdoor Experience Manager is committed to supporting girl and adult membership as part of a larger cross functional team providing customer care and support to established members. A competitive salary, benefits and onsite housing are included in the compensation package for this role. View a complete job description and instructions on how to apply. (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR AND PROGRAMMING - NORTH DAKOTA
Red Willow Bible Camp located in Binford North Dakota is seeking an energetic self-started to fill the role of Assistant Director and Programming. We serve ages Kindergarten - Grade 12 and adults with developmental disabilities with a week-long residential program and serve congregations with a half week Day Camp/VBS. This position is responsible for program development and oversight, hiring and training summer staff, oversight of our ACA accreditation, assist with Fund Raising event, curriculum development, and oversight of the camp store. We are a ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America but open to all Christian faiths. Contact us at 701-676-2681 or email rick@redwillowbiblecamp.org to find out more. (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM DIRECTOR – OHIO
As a seasoned camp professional, you have more to offer than just running programs. You have ideas and energy needing an outlet. Put your passion for camp and outdoor education where it belongs as Program Director for 4H Camp Whitewood. With 80 years of positive youth development, traditions in summer camp programming and outdoor education, we also look to the future of what it means to be a center for education in the outdoors. The program director will carry on these traditions while maximizing the potential of our program spaces, expansive preserved natural space and local demand for outdoor programming. We are looking for an enthusiastic, innovative team player to be a part of the growth of our strong 4-H and traditional summer camps and school-year environmental education facility. This is a 12 month renewable position working closely with the executive director and will oversee hiring and training camp staff and all camp programming delivery and development. Must have 2-3 years overnight camp leadership experience. Must have a clean driving record and be able to pass a background check. See Position Description at See Position Description. Apply here. We look forward to hearing from you. (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR OF PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT – PENNSYLVANIA
Join the dynamic Leadership Team at Camp Fitch YMCA: a Great Camp on a Great Lake (Erie). Located in NW PA, Camp Fitch is flourishing with over 3,000 summer campers and 14,000 total campers experiencing 12 months of impactful programs. The Director of Program Development is a new position for camping professionals who thrive in a growth mindset culture and have a passion for leading staff to create cutting edge programs in the camping industry.  ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 1. Initiates and leads the development and innovation of new programs in summer & school year programs. 2. Leads the development of current programs in response to camper feedback and developing trends in camping. 3. Leads the recruitment of new groups through connecting with and listening to stakeholders to create programs that meet individual & diverse needs. 4. Develops methods to attract & hire quality and diverse staff for all program modes, while also fostering a culture for staff retention. 5. Connects staff with the resources needed to improve skills related to program, leadership, and community building. Please send your resume and letter of interest to tomparker@campfitchymca.org.  (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF SUMMER AND EXTERNAL PROGRAMS – PENNSYLVANIA
The Assistant Director of Summer and External Programs will assist with the coordination and administration of both internal and external summer programming at Mercersburg Academy, with a primary focus on recruitment and management of external programming and facility rentals. This position requires a strong aptitude in professional communication, public relations, and organizational skills. The position demands the ability to multitask in an active environment and also carries an expectation of being able to work independently within the framework of projects. For more information or to apply, contact Coleman Weibley, Director of Summer and External Programs at Mercersburg Academy at 717-328-6365 or weibleyc@mercersburg.edu. (ACA Accredited)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR – PENNSYLVANIA
Executive Director of Camp T. Frank Soles: Seeking energetic leader that will continue the track record of growth that camp has seen over the last 6 years. Summer camp has grown 10% every year over the last 4 years. Camp donations and volunteer donations have increased 25% each year over the last 3 years. This traditional summer camp located in the Laurel Highlands recreation area of southwestern Pennsylvania located just a few miles from popular attractions for rental groups. Camp Soles is a year round camp and retreat center that is focused on our summer camp program. Position Summary: To further the mission of YMCA Camp T. Frank Soles, through the development and management of innovative programming, effective marketing and recruiting strategies, site/facility, effective human resources management, leadership and financial and strategic operations. This position will work with the camp board, lead annual fundraising and capitol campaign projects. This a perfect position for a strong, self-starting leader who is looking to make a career out of camping. Salary Range: Min $48,913 Mid $61,141. For more information please contact Todd Brinkman - tbrinkman@ymcapgh.org. (ACA Accredited)

CAMP DIRECTOR – PENNSYLVANIA
POSITION: Camp Director.  Location: Camp Conshawtawba, Cambria County, PA; Office location is Johnstown, PA.  Do you want to be part of the coolest team and do outdoor stuff for a career? We are looking for a full-time, year-round camp professional to take charge at our high adventure camp. If you are an energetic, outdoor enthusiast with the experience to back it up, we want you for our team! As a member of the Outdoor Program Team, you will: • plan, develop, and implement camp and extended outdoor programs that are girl-driven and girl-focused; • Minimum of bachelor degree in education, recreation, or related field; • Minimum of 2 years of supervisory experience; • Minimum of 2 years of experience as a Camp Director; • Experience in developing and conducting outdoor education and program for youth; • Documented experience in high ropes- ACCT certification preferred; • Additional certifications a plus: First Aid, CPR, AED, archery, canoeing, kayaking, lifeguarding; • Travel is required throughout western PA; • Evening & weekend work required on a regular basis; • Required to live at camp June thru August each year; This is a full-time position; clearances are required; send resume to recruiting@gswpa.org. (ACA Accredited)

* OUTDOOR EDUCATION COORDINATOR – TENNESSEE
Located on 700+ acres in the Smoky Mountains, Camp Wesley Woods offers school, retreat, and summer programs to 5,000 youth each year. We are currently in search of an Outdoor Education Coordinator; responsible for managing & growing day-to-day operations of the Outdoor Education Ministry. The OE Coordinator will be responsible for all aspects of the outdoor education programs including program, budget, staffing, curriculum, marketing, & administration. Responsible for activity area supervision, some teaching, hospitality, and hosting guest groups. A Bachelor's degree environmental science, adventure education or a related field is preferred but not required. Applicants must be 21 yrs old, have at least 4 years camp experience. Compensation based on experience & can include; housing & training costs. This position is open and will remain open until a suitable candidate is hired. During the summer months, you will supervise the OE program staff & program areas for the summer camp program. If you are an energetic educator and program-minded individual who is enthusiastic about ministering in an outdoor camp and retreat setting, email your cover letter and resume to Patrice Lea, patrice@campwesleywoods.com, Program Director. (ACA Accredited)

* PERSONNEL MANAGER – TEXAS
Make a difference in the lives of children! The Texas Lions Camp, Inc (TLC) is seeking a qualified person to embrace a full time camping opportunity as Personnel Manager. The Texas Lions Camp is a mission driven organization dedicated to sharing the “Can Do” attitude to children with Special Medical Needs, Cancer and Type 1 Diabetes. Purpose of role is to provide support to VP of Summer Camps and properly screen appropriate personnel during the hiring process of the TLC’s summer camping programs, and payroll systems for a seasonal staff of up to 180 staff members. Skills and talents required, but not limited to, personable and positive attitude, self-motivated, task oriented with attention to detail, computer literacy especially in Microsoft Office Suite; Excel; people person able to multitask. Competitive Salary plus housing and benefits. Learn more about qualifications, duties and how to apply. (ACA Accredited)

* RANCH MANAGER – TEXAS
Texas Lions Camp, Inc (TLC) is seeking a progressive and highly motivated individual to fill the position of Ranch Manager. Duties include equine healthcare/management in a herd setting, farm-animal nutrition and feeding, pasture management, evaluation of horse and rider’s capabilities, ability to train and supervise staff engaged in TLC’s horse program for children with special medical conditions, and ability to operate with sound fiscal practices.  Learn more about duties and qualifications and how to apply. (ACA Accredited)

* PROGRAM DIRECTOR OF CAMP ALOHA HIVE – VERMONT
We seek a dynamic, talented, courageous and transformative leader of Hive, a summer camp for girls ages 7-12. Position is Year-Round, Full-Time with the primary responsibility of managing and running Hive with the highest level of quality and safety, in accordance with Aloha Foundation policies and principles. Serve as primary recruiter for campers and staff, foster ongoing and close relationships with camp families and alumni, gather, analyze and share data to develop and refine program, budget, operations and participant experience. Qualifications: Bachelor's in education or related fields, availability to reside at Hive June to August, attend events and meetings in VT, approx. 2x per month, able to maintain a robust travel schedule, excellent written and verbal skills. To apply, send resume, cover letter, 3 references, one personal and two work-related, as a single PDF file in the form of FIRSTNAME_LASTNAME. In letter, explain how you are uniquely positioned to fill the role. Send to Christopher Overtree, Executive Director c/o Cheryl McKinley: cheryl_mckinley@alohafoundation.org. Review of applications to begin October 15 and continue until the position is filled. Full job description. (ACA Accredited)

4-H CENTER DIRECTOR – VIRGINIA
Responsibilities of Center Director include: oversee day-to-day operations of the Center. Oversee the establishment of positions. Provide leadership to the development of the Center's budget and monitor the expenditure of funds. Secure resources and develop, implement, and evaluate strategies to market the Center to private and public users. Provide leadership for public relations, fundraising and the creation of long-term systems that will sustain the Center. Develop and implement a strategic plan and business plan for the 4-H Center in cooperation with the Board of Directors and Virginia Cooperative Extension. Compile fiscal, marketing and maintenance reports for the Center. Work cooperatively with the Program Director to communicate the Center's purpose and vision to staff and Stakeholders. Work cooperatively with the Program Director to ensure that high quality educational programming is provided to users. Refer to VCE website for full ad, positions description and information on available positions. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. (ACA Accredited)

* DAY CAMP - SWIM CAMP DIRECTOR – WASHINGTON
Safe N Sound Adventure Camps is looking for a fun, patient, and safety-focused Camp Director to join our team. Our staff play a vital role in our campers' experience. They provide all campers the opportunity to build confidence and skills in and around the water in a FUN, SAFE, and NURTURING environment. As a Camp Director, you will oversee camp programs and staff. You will report directly to the Executive Director and be part of the Safe N Sound Management team. You will help deliver staff training, oversee staff performance and oversee camp operations. Start date is flexible, but we would like to have our Swim Camp Director onsite by January 15th, 2020, however, you could start as early as November 1st, 2019. Our Swim Camp Director is a full-time, year-around position. The salary is $50,000+ DOE, plus the opportunity to earn performance-based bonuses. Although housing is not provided, additional benefits include, a paid ORCA card, PTO, paid major US holidays off as well as being eligible for healthcare, dental and vision benefits. View the full job description and apply. (ACA Accredited)

ASSOCIATE OF OPERATIONS - WASHINGTON, DC
The Operations Associate will contribute to all aspects of our Headfirst Summer Camps line of business, with primary responsibilities in facility operations, logistics, materials management, and event preparation. In addition, this role includes managing licensing and compliance requirements and supporting the Headfirst Summer Camps management team in maintaining relationships with key vendors and facilities. This role is year-round and based at the Washington, D.C. headquarters office of The Headfirst Companies but will be also involve travel to our distribution center in Silver Spring, MD and executing quality assurance measures at our camp locations in the DC-area, in June, July, and August. The ideal Operations Associate is highly organized, detail-oriented, and is enthusiastic about creatively solving complex problems. This individual will combine the emotional intelligence necessary to excel in mission-driven youth development with the business acumen critical to leading a program on the precipice of rapid growth. Why We’re Here: Headfirst our mission is simple: to create experiences that inspire the next generation to discover their personal best through award-winning camps & experiential programs. For more information please contact Angie Bergner at abergner@headfirst.com

DIRECTOR OF CAMP PROGRAMS & EXPEDITIONS – WISCONSIN
Lake Valley Camp, operated by the Kellogg PEAK Initiative, is seeking our next extraordinary Director of Camp Programs and Operations. Our 650-acre resident camp (Lake Valley Camp) was built in 2003 and we serve over 500 Milwaukee youth each year through camps based out of Milwaukee and Boscobel, WI. The position mission is to design and ensure quality delivery of resident camp and expeditions programming that supports young people in exploring, learning, growing, and being their best selves. This is a phenomenal opportunity for someone who is driven, passionate, and looking to build their career and our program to its greatest potential. Visit our website and select Join Our Team to learn more! (ACA Accredited)

 

HEALTH & WELLNESS

CAMP MEDICAL DIRECTOR – CALIFORNIA
The Laurel Foundation runs year-round resident camp programs for children, youth and families affected by HIV/AIDS and trans/gender diverse youth. We are currently looking for a Medical Director for our 5 Camp Laurel sessions in 2020. Sessions are located in Julian and Big Bear Lake California, and run from 4-8 days in duration. QUALIFICATIONS: • Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Physician’s Assistant or Physician licensed in CA. • Experience working with HIV/AIDS and gender diverse patients. • Ability to supervise volunteer medical staff and dispensing of medications. • Desire and ability to work with children in a camp setting. • Positive communication, supervision and support skills with volunteers. • Good character, integrity, and ability to adapt to camp setting. • Maintain a professional and confidential manner at all times. Under the general direction of the Camp Director and Medical Advisors on the Board of Directors the position is responsible for all matters pertaining to inventory of medical supplies, medication disbursement at programs, procedures, care, etc. Please visit our website for more information. (ACA Accredited)

MANAGER, HEALTH SERVICES - RN - MARYLAND
Summary: The Manager, Health Services is responsible for overseeing the overall operations of the health center for all camping and recreation programs including summer camp, assisted travel, respite weekend and winter camp. The Manager, Health Services is responsible to meet all health care needs of campers and staff, and to ensure The League continues to be pre-emptive in reducing health risks. Home office located in Baltimore, Maryland. The position is a full-time & year round position with full benefits and free housing during the summer months Mid May-Mid August. Summer camp located in Sabillasville, MD. MUST be a Registered Nurse to apply. Contact Melita Bell at mbell@leagueforpeople.org /or call (410)-323-0500x366 for more information. (ACA Accredited)

 

SITE & FACILITIES

* CAMP RANGER – GEORGIA
The Camp Ranger will provide oversight and support for designated council campsite and equipment, keeping supervisor informed of progress and unusual problems at property. He/She will also provide exceptional customer service to troops and other guests on the property. Duties & Responsibilities Oversight and care of the entire property. Skills & Experience High School degree or equivalent required, Must be Well Water Certified, Knowledge and demonstrated skill in trades needed for general maintenance and servicing of buildings and grounds Experience in directing the work of others and in working with volunteers, Strong human relations skills, Ability to use Microsoft computer systems (email, Word, Excel, Willingness to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends when needed, Strong belief and commitment to the values and mission Girl Scouting, *Must be able to complete & clear a MVR, Criminal, and Sex Offender background check.* Please apply online. (ACA Accredited)

SITE MANAGER – ARIZONA
The site manager position would include planning and coordinating the development, maintenance, and repair of the camp's buildings, grounds, and equipment consistent with the mission and established policies and procedures of the camp. Off season duties include facilitating rental maintenance, vehicle maintenance, and winterizing buildings as needed. Compensation includes: $30,000-36,000 salary based on experience, a payment of $400 per month for medical benefit reimbursement, economy cable, WiFi, water and sewage, electric, and an onsite 2 bedroom 1 bathroom home with a separate 2 car garage and laundry room. Please apply online and email Staffing@CampTatiyee.org. (ACA Accredited)

* SITE MANAGER – CALIFORNIA
We’re looking for an idealistic people person who can lead a team toward a shared vision of customer care and disciplined operational excellence. The Enchanted Hills Camp Site Manager has overall responsibility for operations, property and facilities. This position works directly with the Director of Enchanted Hills Camp who coordinates all blindness programming. This position requires a nimble Manager to lead both external and internal aspects of Enchanted Hills. Complete job description can be found online. Please submit a cover letter and résumé in word processing document attachments (no PDFs please) and employment application (downloads in a Word document) to hr@lighthouse-sf.org, including the job title in the subject line. (ACA Accredited)

CAMP RANGER – PENNSYLVANIA
POSITION: Camp Ranger–2 positions open. Location:1. Camp Conshatawba, Summerhill PA; Cambria County. 2. Camp Redwing, Renfrew, PA; Butler County. As the Camp Ranger, you will work with staff and volunteers to ensure a successful, high-quality camping experience and a safe and healthy camp environment. Essential Functions: •Year-round camp property maintenance to include snow removal, clearing trails, maintaining roads, mowing lawns, and tree/brush removal; •Year-round maintenance of all camp buildings, pool, equipment, vehicles and ranger residence; •Maintain cleanliness of all camp buildings and grounds; •Supervise camp maintenance staff;•Maintain camp boundary markers;•Manage camp visitors and maintain alertness for trespassers; Requirements: •Prior Camp Ranger or Facility Maintenance experience preferred; •Working knowledge of carpentry, electrical and plumbing; •Ability to operate equipment such as mowers, tractors, log splitter, and various power tools; •Must have valid driver’s license; •Clearances are required; •Non-traditional work hours with frequent evening and weekend work required; •Housing is provided and living on-site is required. Submit a cover letter & Resume to recruiting@gswpa.org  (ACA Accredited)

 

JOBS IN FALL/WINTER/SPRING

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* AQUATICS DIRECTOR - NEW YORK
Mohawk Day Camp is seeking an Aquatics Director. There are year-round planning and hiring responsibilities, and this individual would be part of our year-round camp leadership team. We are looking for a knowledgeable, friendly, creative and well-organized person to join our dynamic team. Our aquatics program is a critical component of the Mohawk Day Camp camper experience. Campers swim daily, with a combination of both instructional and recreational swim. The aquatics facility includes eight heated outdoor swimming pools of varying depths to accommodate campers 3 to 15 years of age. The Aquatics Director will manage the swim staff, deliver a high-quality swim program to campers, ensure camper safety and work well in a team environment. Additional planning, hiring, and training responsibilities are a component of this position. Qualifications include: Experience teaching swim lessons to children, 3 plus years of staff supervision experience, facility operation and pool management experience, currently Certified as a Lifeguard and WSI preferred, LGT/CPR/WSI Trainer preferred (not required). View more information and apply online.   (ACA Accredited)

OUTSIDE OF CAMP/NOT CAMP RELATED

DEVELOPMENT OFFICER – MINNESOTA
One Heartland is seeking a Development Officer with passion for fundraising and CAMP! This position’s primary focus will be cultivating and soliciting a portfolio of individual donors utilizing multiple strategies to solicit gifts including annual, major and planned giving. Responsibilities include building and maintaining donor relationships and communications, fund development strategies, donor analysis, and reporting. The Development Officer will maintain a portfolio focused on leadership and planned gifts, implementing effective strategies to secure and grow annual and planned giving from individual constituents. This includes cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding individual donors and prospects, while aligning donor interests with the strategic objectives of the organization. This position is a full-time year-round, salaried and exempt position. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in experience, Minimum of 3 years of proven success in not-for-profit fundraising program management and the ability to work flexible hours as necessary, including some evenings and/or weekends, statewide travel may be required, valid driver’s license required. To apply email cover letter and resume to Katie Donlin careers@oneheartland.org. (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR PRE-COLLEGE STUDENT AFFAIRS – PENNSYLVANIA
Carnegie Mellon University’s Pre-College program is a six-week summer program for high school students to explore college life both inside and outside of the classroom. The program enrolls approximately 780 residential students and 50 commuter students. Our Student Affairs division is searching for an enthusiastic Assistant Director for Pre-College Student Affairs. This is an exciting opportunity if you thrive in a vibrant and challenging work environment that aspires to deliver a best-in-class experience for high school students. You will contribute to the program by coordinating logistics and operations related to the program’s many meta-curricular activities and developing a robust outside-of-the-classroom experience for students. You will also work as part of the Pre-College operations team and will be assisting with year-round processes of recruiting, admitting, and enrolling Pre-College students. Visit our website to learn more & apply.