May 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 = 13
Administration = 27
Food Services = 1
Site & Facilities = 4
Jobs in Fall/Winter/Spring = 2

*New listings = 20
Total listings =
47
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ACTIVITY SPECIALIST

AMERICORPS COUNSELOR - ARKANSAS
Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp is accepting applications for male and female counselors to begin in September 2019 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 $5,920.00 scholarship. Call Binky at 501-821-3714 or email binky@pfeifercamp.com. (ACA Accredited)

* ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - CALIFORNIA
CELP is an environmental education program for students in 4th-12th grade. Our location on the west end of Catalina Island allows us to teach lessons on ecology and sustainability while snorkeling in the kelp forest, kayaking, hiking, teambuilding and gardening. We are looking for qualified staff to lead groups of 10-15 students on week-long environmental education programs. CELP activities include day & night snorkeling, kayaking, hiking, ropes course, microscope lab, gardening, composting, campfires, astronomy, art in nature, tide-pooling and sustainable living lessons. Responsibilities include lesson planning, preparing program areas, leading day & evening activities and attending staff meetings. CELP instructors live and work at camp for the duration of the season. CELP instructors must have a Bachelor's degree in a Natural or Environmental Science or related field. Significant experience in camps and education will also be considered. Instructors must possess strong water skills, a commitment to environmental stewardship, and the ability to work with staff and students of all ages. We are hiring for the Fall season, Aug 27-Nov 15, 2019. Compensation is $80/day plus room & board. Apply at www.celp.net/about/jobs/ (ACA Accredited)

* NATURALIST INTERNSHIP - CALIFORNIA
Sierra Outdoor School is a 1-5 day residential program for 4th-6th grade students located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. During this 10-month internship, Naturalist Interns grow under the guidance of our experienced permanent Naturalists and Program Coordinators. They teach science, cultural history, facilitate low ropes & team building activities, as well as learn how to belay & facilitate high rope elements. They also have the opportunity to learn management of non-releasable raptors including feeding and handling, if this is an area of interest. QUALIFICATIONS: College degree in the field of science, education, recreation, or related fields; Previous experience working with children required, grades 4th-6th preferred; Valid driver’s license; First Aid and CPR required; Ability to hike up to 5 miles/day in all weather conditions; Willingness to live on site, in shared housing, in a remote setting COMMITMENT:8/4/2019 – 5/12/2019 APPLICATION: To apply go to https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1133630. To learn more about the Naturalist Internship position go to sos.cusd.com/BecomeanIntern.aspx. QUESTIONS? Contact Brandy Lively at 209-532-3691 or brandylively@cusd.com.

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: $275-300/week paid bi-weekly, meals provided during programs, shared on-site housing, pro-deals, access to thousands of acres of national forest. 3 and 9-month contracts begin Aug. 20, 2019. Full job description at ondessonk.com/home/employment. Send cover letter, resume, & 3 references to greg.santen@ondessonk.com by May 31, 2019. (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 2019. We hire outdoor instructors and specialists on an ongoing basis. For more information and full job descriptions, go to www.bradwoods.org or contact Melanie at mjwills@indiana.edu or 765-342-2915. IU is a EOE/AA/M/F/VET/Disability (ACA Accredited)

HORSE PROGRAM SPECIALIST - MICHIGAN
Camp Henry is seeking a fun-loving, hard-working, service-oriented person, preferably with previous camp staff experience, to join our camping ministry and serve as a Horse Program Specialist. This position will begin between May 3rd and May 20th and run through November 1st. The Horse Program Specialist will provide leadership with our Horse Programming and have opportunities to serve in additional key program areas as well. Camp Henry is a fun, positive, challenging, and exciting place to work, learn, and serve! Our spring and fall seasons are full of serving school groups, sports teams, youth groups, and retreat guests. Program Specialists will jump into program roles within our Summer Staff from June to August. If you're passionate about horses and changing lives while living and serving in a Christian community, then we've got just the job for you! Program Specialists are paid $325 per week, provided with on-site shared housing and meals when provided to campers and guests. To learn more about Camp Henry, please visit our website at www.camphenry.org. If you are interested in joining our staff here at Camp Henry, please send an introductory email as well as your resume to applications@camphenry.org (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR FACILITATOR - NEW JERSEY
YMCA of the Pines is seeking enthusiastic, passionate, and motivated individuals to fill our BOLD & GOLD Wilderness Trip Instructor and Challenge Course Facilitator positions for this summer. BOLD & GOLD Instructors will be responsible for facilitating the development of confidence and courage in a group of diverse youth while embarking on 3 day to 2 week long wilderness excursions. Individuals must be at least 21 years of age with experience in backpacking, canoeing, rock climbing, and/or other outdoor activities. Preference will be given to those with a WFA, WFR, and/or a lifeguard certification. Our Challenge Course Facilitators are responsible for facilitating growth and development on both an individual and group basis through the facilitation of high and low elements. Must be at least 18 years of age and prior challenge course experience is preferred. Both positions require individuals with strong group facilitation, ability to respond to critical situations, and excellent decision making skills. Please email cover letter, resume, and three references with contact information to: Carol Yard, carol@ycamp.org. Applications accepted through May 20, 2019. For more information visit ycamp.org. (ACA Accredited)

* PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR - NEW YORK
Program Staff are responsible for preparation and delivery of programs offered through the Environmental Education, Teambuilding, and Group and Family Retreats programs. Must be able to effectively communicate and interact with students and guests of all ages. Frost Valley seeks to promote deeper connections within our students and guests with the outdoors, with others and with themselves. Experience working with children a must. Bachelor's degree, preferably in Education, Environmental Studies, Outdoor Recreation, or related field a plus. Equivalent life experience working with children accepted. Must have a firm commitment to working with children from diverse backgrounds and to guest service. FA/CPR required (will train). See our School Programs and Family/Group Programs pages on our website for descriptions of the programs. Persons of color encouraged to apply. - $65-75/day DOE, R/B included. - Medical/dental/life insurance after completing 60 days. - Shared and individual housing with own private room. - On-site/Off-site training. Runs late-August to mid-June. Please send resume/cover letter/references to Brett Tillman at btillman@frostvalley.org Also hiring Fall-only positions running late-August to mid-November. (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - NORTH CAROLINA
NC State University's Penn 4-H Center is seeking instructors for our fall school programs season: August 19-November 20, 2019 with opportunities for continued employment again in Feb 2020. The Penn 4-H Center provides day and overnight educational programs to elementary and middle school students on our 220 acres located in the beautiful piedmont region of North Carolina. Staff provide instruction for programs in environmental science and cultural history, facilitate group initiatives, team challenge course and high ropes course elements and work with GPS Based programs. Mostly 5 day work weeks with some weekend work required. This includes day and evening programs but no overnight supervisory duties in the cabins. Applicants should be 21+ and have a degree/some college credits in a related field. Internships may also be available. Previous camp experience is a plus! Staff must have a love for working with kids, an interest in experiential education, enthusiasm for hard work, and a ton of patience! COMPENSATION: $300/week plus private room in staff house and meals provided. APPLY ONLINE: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/116104 . For more info contact Kyle Shillinglaw at kyle_shillinglaw@ncsu.edu or 336-349-9445/ bjpenn4h.org (ACA Accredited)

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 https://www.outdoorschool.com/camp-champions/employment (ACA Accredited)

RECREATION PROGRAM SUPERVISOR - VIRGINIA
Roanoke County is seeking a highly motivated team member to perform difficult professional work at Explore Park planning, implementing and supervising specialized outdoor recreation activities, programs, events and classes following current industry standards. This person is expected to exercise supervision over Recreation Programmers, Program Support Specialists, Treetop Lead Guides, Treetop Guides and Park Attendants. This person will perform other duties as assigned. This position requires a Bachelor's degree in recreation, education or a related field or combination of education/experience to perform the work. Experience required is 3 years in outdoor recreation programming & 2 years working with Association for Challenge Course Technology standards. In order to apply applicants must go to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/roanokeva and submit an application, along with any additional materials they want to include. In order to apply for positions with Roanoke County applicants will need to create an online account. Once the account is created they can then submit an application. This is an on-line applicant system available 24/7 with an Internet connection. Please contact (540) 772-2018 with any questions.

* FIELD INSTRUCTOR - WISCONSIN
NVW is currently seeking applicants for Full Time and Seasonal Wilderness Instructors at our Medford Wisconsin location. Instructors provide a safe, therapeutic atmosphere in a wilderness context for our groups of struggling teens. Wilderness Instructors are responsible for groups of up to nine students on backpacking, canoeing, and other outdoor expeditions and will work several days straight in the wilderness (typically an 8-day on/6-day off schedule). Instructors are responsible for group structure, supervision, safety, curriculum facilitation, teaching wilderness skills, and will be working hand in hand with NVW therapists who treat our children. Day to day programming responsibilities include: risk management, implementation of program philosophy, student supervision, leadership and responsible decision making, communication, and the overall care and welfare of up to 9 students in a wilderness context. Full-time instructors receive full benefits including healthcare, PTO and 401k. Applicants can apply at www.NewVisionWilderness.com/employment.

YOUTH ACTIVITIES MANAGER - SHIPBOARD
Disney Cruise Line is seeking experienced individuals to supervise the day-to-day operation for their onboard Youth Activities spaces that cater to children ages 12 weeks to 17 years of age. In this role, you will provide leadership, coaching, development, communication, and recognition for Nursery Counselors, Youth Activities Counselors, and Asst. Youth Activities Managers. Individuals interested in applying for this role, must have a minimum of four years recent experience in a high-volume, fast-paced environment in camp, recreation, resort, day care, before/after school care setting with children, with three years of previous management experience in a related field. Must be at least 21 years of age and willing to live and work a 7-day, 70-84 hour work week with limited time off. Candidates must speak, read and write fluent English, bi-lingual aptitude in Spanish or Portuguese is a plus. To apply, visit: https://jobs.disneycareers.com/job/united-states/youth-activities-manager/391/11854088?cid=12345

ADMINISTRATION

* CAMP DIRECTOR - CALIFORNIA
The Laurel Foundation, (www.Laurel-Foundation.org/) dedicated to empowering children, youth and families affected by HIV/AIDS and trans/gender non-conforming youth, is seeking a passionate and dedicated Camp Director who is responsible for the safe operation of The Laurel Foundation’s year-round camp programs. The Camp Director is responsible for all camp programs, volunteer recruitment, training and management, program development and strategic planning. The position requires the minimum of 25 years of age, obtain a college degree and at least 5 years administrative/program experience with resident camp programs. Experience working with ACA program standards. Preferred prior experience working with HIV/AIDS and transgender populations. Must have a good driving record and valid auto insurance. Candidate must be ambitious with outstanding organizational, human relations and programming skills. Salary: $50,000-$65,000. If you are interested in joining our team as Camp Director and bringing hope, joy, and laughter into the lives of children, youth and families affected by HIV/AIDS, and trans/gender non-conforming youth, please email your resume with cover letter to Jobs@Laurel-Foundation.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 at www.youtube.com/watch?v=akhVrNU5_MU, and learn more and apply at www.galileo-camps.com/jobs/camp-director-jobs.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR - CALIFORNIA
Interested in spending your summers along the Sequoia National Forest Mountains of California making a difference in the lives of our campers and staff? R. M. Pyles Boys Camp is a youth leadership and character development program for selected boys 12 to 14 years of age. Each year over 450 boys from six Southern California counties are selected to attend one of our five first year sessions. The focus is building self-confidence, setting goals, developing decision making abilities and learning that success comes only through significant personal effort. Pyles Camp is looking for a full time, year-round salaried Program Coordinator to oversee camper year-round engagement and recruitment. The ideal candidate will have strong interpersonal, organizational, and Spanish/English bilingual skills, as well as significant outdoor wilderness camp experience. Year-round work will take place at our Valencia office and in-season work, May through August, on-site at camp in Sequoia National Forest. Flexible hours, weekends, and evenings and drive to various locations within Southern California area. Submit a cover letter and resume to Dale Decker, Camp Director, at bammbamm@pylescamp.com (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM DIRECTOR - CALIFORNIA
Optimize the life-changing power of camp! Our PD builds a community of positive transformation and self-growth through our full year season of summer sessions, weekend retreats, and community engagement initiatives. Responsibilities include: Hire, train and manage program supervisors and specialty instructors. Design a schedule of engaging, fun, and safe activities. Manage camp logistics drawing on skills in organization and budgeting. Collaborate with the Outreach Director to implement strategies in the areas of camper recruitment and retention. Collaborate with Director and AD on general staff management, program development and evaluation, camp policies, and other projects as they arise. Assist with the continual development of the camp department through professional education. YOU’LL BRING •College degree in related field; Graduate degree in a related field welcome •Minimum 3-years’ experience as a leader and educator in a camp/youth environment •Interest and commitment to promote Jewish values •Strong skills in communication, programming, staff management, teamwork, crisis mgmt.. Send resume to zach@campbobwaldorf.org (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP DIRECTOR - COLORADO
THE SALVATION ARMY - INTERMOUNTAIN DIVISION “Doing the Most Good” is the Salvation Army’s distinct identifiable message. It is a promise we make to all---contributors, clients, associates, and officers. It is also a promise to our employees to do the most good by offering a greater sense of purpose in their work, by providing training and mentoring opportunities, and by offering pay and benefits that allow employees and their families to feel secure in their futures. POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT - CAMP DIRECTOR - HIGH PEAK CAMP – ESTES PARK, CO - Date Posted: 5/8/19 Closing Date: Open until the position is filled. Scope of Position: The Salvation Army is seeking a Camp Director: The Camp Director acts as the principle representative of The Salvation Army in managing and directing the operations of High Peak Camp. The Camp Director will conduct himself/herself at all times in a manner consistent with the mission of The Salvation Army. To the best of his/her ability, he/she will seek to further The Salvation Army’s commitment to outdoor ministries. This is a full-time, exempt position. Contact Captain Dan Whipple for more information. Dan.Whipple@usw.salvationarmy.org (ACA Accredited)

CAMP MANAGER - GEORGIA
Camp Twin Lakes is seeking an experienced, innovative, team-oriented leader to fill the role of Camp Manager at our Winder, GA camp for kids with illnesses, disabilities and other challenges. This engaging leader will work with our 60+ Partner Organizations to plan, implement, and evaluate safe and impactful camp experiences all year long! The Camp Manager directly supervises a full time program coordinator and chef and their respective teams. He or she plans, manages, and implements an annual budget and plan that provides for tremendous customer service to our campers, their families, and our camper partners. The Camp Manager reports directly to the CPO, and coordinates with the Coordinator of Site and Facilities for capital and day to day facility needs. This experienced leader will earn the trust and respect of a seasoned team through hard work and high standards. In addition to a competitive salary and onsite housing, we offer a generous benefit package including a 403(b) savings plan. For more information about CTL or to view a detailed job description, please visit our website and career page at http://camptwinlakes.org/about-us/join-our-team/. - Start August 2019 - To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to careers@camptwinlakes.org. (ACA Accredited)

CHIEF GIRL AND OUTDOOR PROGAMMING OFFICER - FLORIDA
The Girl Scouts of Gateway Council, Inc. is hiring a Chief Girl and Outdoor Programming Officer. As a member of the Executive Leadership Team the Chief Girl and Outdoor Programming Officer is responsible for providing strategic leadership in partnership with directors and managers for camps, property strategy and Girl Scout program departments to shape the direction and successful execution of the goals for each department, including over-site of customized programs strategies and ensuring optimum performance levels and financial success.The Chief Girl and Outdoor Programming Officer is responsible for the full integration of camp operations as designed by the American Camp Association and the business of camp operations through an annual systematic survey process focused on important business aspects. The position is also responsible for the full integration of program delivery within the scope of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience. Send letter or introduction & resume to MAJacobs@girlscouts-gateway.org (ACA Accredited)

CAMP DIRECTOR - KENTUCKY
The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment 4-H Youth Development organization seeks a full-time Camp Director. Applicants must apply here (https://ukjobs.uky.edu/postings/227856). The requirements for this administrative position include: minimum 25 years of age, Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years’ experience (or equivalent) Applicant lives on property to supervise 3 full-time and 25 part-time employees. The Director is responsible for the summer residential camp program for youth ages 9-14, development, marketing, and recruitment for camp sponsored events, and administration of facility rental programs. Applicant is expected to collaborate with the Kentucky 4-H Camp Leadership Team on many initiatives. The anticipated salary range is: $44,096 to $72,779 per year. Additional benefits include cell phone stipend, housing, health insurance, retirement match, holidays, sick leave, vacation time, and tuition reimbursement incentives. The deadline to apply is June 13, 2019. The target start date is September 1, 2019. For more information, contact Darrell.Stillwell@uky.edu. University of Kentucky is an equal opportunity employer. (ACA Accredited)

* ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR - MASSACHUSETTS
The Creative Arts at Park Administrative Coordinator is a member of the Park School’s administrative staff and reports to the Director of Creative Arts at Park. The person hired in this part time position is responsible for collaborating with the director to develop and execute exciting programming in support of the School’s mission and curricular goals. The ideal candidate will bring a history of collaborative, self-directed work, a knowledge of the arts, and an entrepreneurial spirit. Please find the details and fill the application through our website: https://www.parkschool.org/about-park/employment (ACA Accredited)

* EXECUTIVE LEADER - MISSISSIPPI
MAKE AN IMPACT. Do you wake every morning with a purpose – a place to go, people to see – with connections to make, inviting others to share your passion for camp – and expecting success? Camp Wesley Pines is seeking an Executive Director who is passionate about the life changing work of camps and retreats, is passionate about Christian faith, and innovative in leadership to welcome more guests to this beautiful property. Welcoming nearly 500 summer campers and over 75 groups annually, the $700k budget operation is poised for continued growth. The next leader will continue to expand the base of use and the base of annual and capital funding. Growth will be the continued expectation. You can learn more about Wesley Pines’ ministry at https://wesleypines.com. Kaleidoscope, inc. is conducting the search on behalf of Wesley Pines. To request an application packet, contact Kaleidoscope at WesleyPines@kaleidoscopeinc.com.

* CAMP DIRECTOR - NEW HAMPSHIRE
Camp Cody, Freedom, NH - Camp Director - Camp Cody, a traditional residential summer camp for boys and girls ages 7-15, seeks a full-time, year-round Camp Director to further the camp’s mission through the development and delivery of summer camp program activities and camper care. This individual must be a highly organized visionary; capable of supervising staff, providing an unforgettable experience to campers, and collaborating on future growth and development. The ideal candidate must thrive in a fast-paced environment and have the ability to manage multiple tasks, be self-directed, and have strong leadership, management, and customer service skills. The candidate must also have strong written and verbal communication abilities. Requirements include a college degree that supports working with children in a youth development setting, extensive summer camp experience with a strong focus on camper outreach, leadership, previous experience managing large groups, experience developing camp curriculum and training staff. During summer camp the Camp Director is required to live on-site. For more information or to apply for this position, please contact Philip Ross philip@campcody.com. Job description available upon request. (ACA Accredited)

* EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MASSACHUSETTS
Camp Starfish (CSF) is an independent, 501(c)3 non-profit providing summer and year-round programs to children and teens with significant emotional, behavioral, learning and social challenges. We are seeking an experienced leader to be our next Executive Director. This individual will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, expansion, fundraising, fiscal position, community/stakeholder relationship cultivation, and mission execution while ensuring the efficient, effective operations of the organization. The successful candidate will be mission-driven and self-directed with high integrity leadership, a sense of humor, impeccable work ethic, a can-do attitude, proven fundraising ability, and expertise overseeing multifaceted program(s), especially in a camp setting. Min. req.: 5+ yrs organizational management & bachelor’s degree. Advanced degree and/or experience with physical site management a plus. FT/YR with generous benefits, incl. health insurance, vacation and sick leave, holidays and 401k match. Salary commensurate with experience. Send applications/nominations including resume and cover letter to: boardofdirectors@campstarfish.org. Full description at https://tinyurl.com/CSFedtransition.

DIRECTOR - NEW JERSEY
MINISTRY DESCRIPTION FOR DIRECTOR - HOPE CONFERENCE & RENEWAL CENTER - PURPOSE: The Director is responsible for the overall camp experience, overseeing all other departments of the Hope Conference and Renewal Center in accordance with the adopted policies of the Hope Board of Management. QUALIFICATIONS: The Director must be at least 25 years old. A B.A. or equivalent degree or appropriate professional certificate is required. Knowledge, skills, and experience should be appropriate for a professional employee serving in the capacities of a chief operations officer. A well-qualified candidate will possess leadership qualities which exhibit a personal commitment to Christian faith and life and a general acquaintance with and appreciation for the Moravian Church. Applicants need not be a member of a Moravian congregation, but Moravians are especially encouraged to apply. The Director is responsible for all aspects of the facility, including overseeing a year-round staff of two others. Send letter of interest and resume by May 12th or ASAP to: Mountainview Moravian Church, Attn: Rev. Jodie L. Harney, 331 Constitution Avenue, Hellertown, PA 18055. Email Address - jlharney212@gmail.com (ACA Accredited)

DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS - OUTDOOR EDUCATION - NEW JERSEY
Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC), a 111-year-old non-profit that empowers young people, primarily from under-resourced communities, to strengthen their social-emotional skills through experiential, environmental, and adventure-based programming seeks Director to oversee PBC’s 1-5 day programs for schools and community organizations and Summer Bridge & LIT Programs provided free to young people from low-income communities during summer. Key Responsibilities: Oversee a team of 6 year-round, 8 seasonal, 17 summer & 10 adjunct staff; ensure safety & risk management protocols; marketing; budgeting; strategic planning; curriculum development; staff training & outcomes measurement. Skills Needed: At least 8-10 years of previous management or professional experience in youth development, teaching, camping, or recreation fields in increasingly responsible supervisory roles; advanced degree in Education, Recreation, or related field preferred; transparent, collaborative leader who empowers, coaches, and mentors staff; strong work ethic; and passion for youth from low-income communities. Comp.: Salary Range $60-$70k, excellent benefits package, bonus & 401k, food & housing on site. Contact Pam Gregory pgregory@princetonblairstown.org. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP DIRECTOR - NEW YORK
The Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit organization, operates 6 sleepaway camps in Upstate NY where over 3,000 campers from underserved communities in NYC participate in our free summer programs. We are hiring a new director for Camp Hidden Valley, our camp for children with and without special needs. This position is part-time during the year (in/around NYC) and full time from mid-June through mid-August (in Fishkill, NY). During the off-season, the director is responsible for staff hiring, attending meetings/events and managing 2-3 off-season weekends at camp. During the summer, the director is responsible for camper/staff management and the development, programming, scheduling and overall supervision of any and all camp related issues. Qualifications include: must be at least 25 years old; minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience in a camp/residential setting; college degree in education, social work or related field (Master’s preferred); experience with diverse populations of youth and adults from under-resourced communities is a must. For a detailed job description, visit: https://freshair.org/join-our-team/. Interested candidates should email their resume and cover letter to camping@freshair.org. (ACA Accredited)

DAY CAMP DIRECTOR - NEW YORK
Trail Blazers is a non-profit youth development organization that has been offering outdoor adventure programs to New York City youth for over 130 years. We are currently hiring a full time, year round director for our Brooklyn Day Camp! Trail Blazers Day Camp is based primarily in Prospect Park, and we spend most of our time every day outside -- rain or shine! We value small group connections, engaging with our environment, taking on challenges, and giving children a voice and a choice in their experiences. We believe in unstructured play and the importance of the whole learning process, and strive to show care for ourselves, each other, our communities, and our environment. Visit trailblazers.org/daycamp to learn more about us. We are looking for a youth development professional with day camp experience to take on the direction of our largest camp site this summer under our current camp director, transitioning into the full day camp director role beginning in the fall. You will be joining a small team of passionate professionals in an energetic and dedicated work environment. Salary $40-$50k (with benefits) DOE. To apply, please email cover letter and resume to mmccue@trailblazers.org. (ACA Accredited)

DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS - NEW YORK
The Director of Clearpool Programs administers designs and coordinates all facets of the organization’s educational program as well as manages the Hillside/Clearpool summer camp and all public programs that take place throughout the year. Responsibilities include recruiting, supervising and training staff, researching and writing grants, creating, implementing and overseeing all aspects of the organization’s annual objectives, and building connections with the community. The incumbent will design, deliver, and evaluate camp programs that meet the needs and interests of the camp's target populations and ensure their delivery in a safe and quality manner. This includes developing and monitoring the budget. This is a full time, benefit eligible position with some travel, some nights and weekends required. Candidate must have a Bachelor Degree or equivalent with a strong understanding of adult and child development as well as experience with youth at risk or a minimum of four years of related experience (preferably school based) and/or training. At least 2 years of supervisory experience is expected as well as at least 3 years of administrative experience. Please apply directly at https://www.greenchimneys.org/careers/ (ACA Accredited)

* MEMBERSHIP AND STANDARDS COORDINATOR - NEW YORK
The Membership and Standards Coordinator recruits and cultivates relationships with new members of the American Camp Association, while tracking and providing customer service to current members. This position works to ensure that the Standards and Accreditation Program is administered appropriately in our affiliate. If you are interested in the position, please send cover letter and resume to Kyle Medeiros (kyle@acanynj.org) with the job referenced in the subject line. View The Job Description

* OUTREACH COORDINATOR - NEW YORK
As a nonprofit focused on educating the public, this role will be out in the field on a consistent basis working to promote the work of the American Camp Association, New York and New Jersey to a variety of audiences. These include, but are not limited to, parents considering sending their children to summer camp, camps considering membership to the ACA, people considering summer jobs, and the public at large to help them understand the importance of choosing an ACA-accredited camp. This role will also focus on cultivating relationships with camps and individuals that are potentially interested in becoming members and ensure the retention of current members. If you are interested in the position, please send cover letter and resume to Kyle Medeiros (kyle@acanynj.org) with the job referenced in the subject line. View The Job Description

* SEASONAL MANAGEMENT ROLES - NEW YORK
Asphalt Green offers a traditional day camp experience at two locations in NYC. We are currently looking to fill two Seasonal Management positions: Head of Arts and Division Leader. The Head of Arts will develop the curriculum for the Arts and Crafts activities with age-appropriate projects using different mediums. Additionally, the HoA will manage the specialists of all of the non-sport programs. Creativity and a commitment to producing a high-quality program in all activities is a must. The DL role oversees as many as 7 groups and is the main point of parent communication. Qualified candidates will be teachers with 2-3 years of classroom experience, guidance counselors or school psychologists. Camp runs from June 27-August 16. All Staff is required to attend orientation on June 22nd and June 23rd, plus monthly pre-camp management training. For more information please contact Kristen LeBlanc at kleblanc@asphaltgreen.org (ACA Accredited)

* TRAINING COORDINATOR - NEW YORK
The American Camp Association, New York and New Jersey currently provides professional development, which includes staff training and CPR/RTE, to a number of clients. The Training Coordinator will work to cultivate leads for potential professional development clients. In addition, he/she will lead (either by themselves or with additional trainers) and organize all professional development opportunities throughout the year for ACA, NY and NJ. The Training Coordinator provides support at events and conferences offered by ACA, NY and NJ. If you are interested in the position, please send cover letter and resume to Kyle Medeiros (kyle@acanynj.org) with the job referenced in the subject line. View The Job Description

GROUP RENTALS AND TEAMBUILDING COORDINATOR - OHIO
Camp Kern is looking for a dedicated, friendly and organized individual to fill this exciting, year round position. Our Group Rentals and Team Building Department serves 15,000 guests a year; colleges, churches, youth organizations, corporate groups, high schools, scouts and many more groups rely on Camp Kern to provide a meaningful and memorable experience. Primary responsibilities include hosting and recruiting groups, leading a wide range of camp activities (team building, high and low ropes etc.), supervising part time staff, completing enhancement projects at camp and creating new programming options. Camp experience is preferred, especially in high / low ropes and group hosting, but is not required as full training will be provided. This position comes with full benefits (medical, dental, retirement etc.). On-site housing may be available, opportunities for career and personal development are built into annual training plans, and you will become part of a caring, creative and committed camp family. For more details and to apply, click the link or copy and paste into your browser: https://www.daytonymca.org/job-openings. Questions? Contact Chris Addison at caddison@daytonymca.org or 513-932-3756. (ACA Accredited)

* GROUP RENTALS AND TEAMBUILDING OFFICE MANAGER - OHIO
Camp Kern is looking for an organized, flexible and friendly individual to fill this year-round position. Our Group Rentals and Team Building Department serves 15,000 guests a year through various groups such as colleges, churches, youth organizations, corporate groups, high schools etc. Primary responsibilities for this position include managing guest group schedules (lodging and activities), coordinating facility logistics, sales lead management, group recruitment and contract management. The position may also at times include camp programming such as archery or climbing. A successful candidate will have solid computer skills (excel, email, word), experience with logistics / systems and be meticulous in their organization, while being friendly and welcoming as the first point of contact at camp. Full training will be provided. This position comes with full benefits (medical, dental, retirement etc.). On-site housing may be available, opportunities for career and personal development are built into annual training plans, and you will become part of a caring, creative and committed camp family. For more details and to apply: https://www.daytonymca.org/job-openings Contact Chris Addison at caddison@daytonymca.org or 513-932-3756 (ACA Accredited)

DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS - OKLAHOMA
The Salvation Army has a job opening for a Director of Operations for Camp Heart O’ Hills located in Welling, Oklahoma. Job Summary: Plans, schedules, assigns, monitors and supervises the day-to-day operations and services of the Heart O’ Hills Camp and Conference Center to include all buildings, equipment, grounds repair/maintenance, housekeeping, rental bookings, guest services, and clerical functions. Develops Camp policies and procedures and ensures compliance to the same. Oversees budget and all purchases of camp supplies and equipment. As needed, serves as host to outside rental groups and liaison to Divisional Headquarters staff for Camp functions and events. Education and Experience: Certified Contractor or equivalent experience and/or certification. Two years course work from a vocational or technical school in heating, ventilation, and air condition, plumbing, electrical, and construction trades, and seven years progressively responsible experience performing skilled maintenance and repair work for commercial buildings and grounds with at least two years in a supervisory capacity. Email Resume and cover letter to Captain Nick Garrison at nick.garrison@uss.salvationarmy.org (ACA Accredited)

GUEST SERVICES DIRECTOR - OKLAHOMA
The Salvation Army has a job opening for a Guest Services Director for Camp Heart O’ Hills located in Welling, Oklahoma. Job Summary: Coordinates, supervises the execution of outside rental groups at Camp Heart O’ Hills Camp and Conference Center; maintains an up-to-date calendar to eliminate schedule conflicts; meets with rental groups interested in using the facilities; conducts tours and explains rules and fees; ensures all staff is aware of bookings and event needs; serves as host to outside rental groups. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Marketing, Public Relations, or a related field, and five years progressively responsible experience coordinating public relations, and special events including experience in the management of similar operations for which this position is responsible, or any equivalent combination of training and experience, which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Certifications/Licenses: Valid OK Driver’s License. Email Resume and cover letter to Captain Nick Garrison at nick.garrison@uss.salvationarmy.org (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM MANAGER - TEXAS
Camp For All is accepting applications for a Program Manager. Located near Burton, Texas, between Houston and Austin, Camp For All is a unique, year round, barrier-free camp for children and adults with challenging illnesses and special needs. The Program Manager heads the program team, who play a huge part in creating the amazingness that happens here at Camp For All. Some responsibilities include: developing programs, overseeing the program budget, supervising the leadership team, training and recruiting seasonal staff, and working with partner groups to ensure that campers discover life. The Program Manager is also a member of the Camp For All Administrative team, who work together throughout the year to take the organization to the next level for those we serve and all of the members of our team. Additional perks aside from being surrounded by general awesomeness: competitive salary, onsite housing and great benefits. For more information about the position or to apply please visit: The "Join Our Team" page on our website or email Jessicah at jholloway@campforall.org. To find out more about Camp For All, visit: campforall.org. (ACA Accredited)

GLOBAL RECRUITMENT DIRECTOR - UNITED KINGDOM
IENA is currently seeking a full time telecommute Global Recruitment Director for its various programs based in the UK. This position will manage the recruitment of applicants for IENA’s Camp program. Candidates must be authorized to work and live in UK. The successful candidate will select, screen, interview and prepare applicants for program participation, market program to targeted populations, develop, partner and maintain relationships with local organizations as well as supervise and support IENA regional recruiters and partners all over the world. In addition to the requirement of a Bachelor’s Degree, the position also commands a strong degree of initiative, flexibility, and versatility to deal with various support and operational aspects of our exchange programs. The ideal candidate will have strong organizational skills, customer service driven, as well as being flexible to changing priorities. Previous experience in recruitment, summer camp or exchange visitor programs preferred. IENA offers an excellent benefits and compensation package, as well as 28 paid vacation days. Salary range is £40,000-£50,000. To apply, please send resume/c.v. and cover letter by May 31st to Jeff Daly at jeff.daly@iena.org

FOOD SERVICES

DIRECTOR OF FOOD AND BEVERAGE/CHEF - VIRGINIA
The Director of Food and Beverage will be responsible for the management and direction of all aspects of Endless Horizons Food Service operations. This includes multiple locations and outlets supporting the following lines of business: Horizons Outdoor Learning Center, Valley Pike Retreat Center, Camp Horizons, and Mountain Valley Meeting and Retreat Center. Duties include but are not limited to; direct oversight of staff hiring, training and development, oversight of staff schedules ensuring flexibility to meet guest, employee and budget expectation, development and maintenance of food service standards for user groups listed above, organization, maintenance and aesthetics of Horizons’ food service operations, food and labor cost controls and the monitoring of financial performance for all food service operations, preparation and implementation of annual Operating budgets, annual review of menu options, pricing and costs, ensuring that financial, employee and guest expectations are met or exceeded, and participation in weekly operations meetings. 5-10 years management experience required. To apply, please email your resume to Katie Hanley at hanleyk@horizonsva.com (ACA Accredited)

SITE & FACILITIES

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN 1 - FLORIDA
The United Methodist Camp & Conference Center in Fruitland Park, FL is a 300-acre, 1000+ bed facility located in beautiful central Florida approx. one hour from Orlando. The candidate will be a vital part of the ministry team. We’re now seeking an individual with the following qualities: • Mechanically inclined with the desire and drive to develop a working knowledge of camp and conference center facility systems and equipment including, but not limited to HVAC, plumbing, carpentry, masonry, electrical, pest control, pool care, grounds care, water and waste water treatment, small engines and vehicles. • Work ethic/self-motivated • Able to meet deadlines/work under pressure • Warm personality • Team player • Flexible/servant’s heart • Growing relationship with Christ & desire to work in a camp/conference setting. Previous camp and retreat center experience preferred. This is a full-time year-round position. Benefits include a competitive salary, health insurance, pension, onsite housing, vacation, ministry & holiday time off. Please send resume to: employment@flumc.org (ACA Accredited)

* PROPERTY DIRECTOR - NEW YORK
Description: This position supports the work of the Y, a leading charity committed to strengthening community. Supervises all members of the facility’s property department. Directs the maintenance, cleaning and improvement operations of the branch facilities and vehicles, including preventative maintenance and related administrative duties (payroll, budgets, etc.). REQUIREMENTS: Two year degree in a mechanical, electrical, plumbing OR HVAC discipline OR HS degree/GED with 3-5 years’ experience in cleaning and building trades. One year prior supervisory experience. Excellent human relation skills and communication skills. For more information please contact Faith Colvin at fcolvin@cdymca.org (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT PROPERTY MANAGER - OREGON
Camp Namanu (“Nuh-MAH-Noo”) is one of the largest, longest lasting youth camps in the region, operating continuously since 1924 on the banks of the Sandy River. Camp Namanu is the signature summer program of Camp Fire Columbia, a nonprofit youth development organization serving 3,000 youth annually in programs year-round, in-school, after-school and all summer long. Ready to join us and make the magic happen? The Assistant Property Manager position is a full-time, year round, exempt position that is responsible for supporting the Property Manager in all aspects of facility upkeep and maintenance at Camp Namanu as well as serving as an on-call host to rental groups. Approximately 75% repair and maintenance and 25% interaction with rental guests. This position require a valid driver license and ability to successfully pass a background screen. Salary and Benefits: Pay ranges between $31,200-$37,440/year based on education and experience. Highly competitive healthcare package, 96 hours paid sick leave, 10 vacation days, 2 floating holidays, 24 paid volunteer hours, 401k with employer 3% match. Visit us online to view a more detail job posting and apply: https://campfirecolumbia.hiringthing.com (ACA Accredited)

* OPERATIONS MANAGER - WISCONSIN
New Vision Wilderness is looking for a team member who wants to be a part of a therapeutic program dedicated to healing the lives of adolescents in a wilderness context. A successful Operations Manager will be caring and compassionate, organized, and dedicated to making sure that all team members have the gear and equipment needed to perform their duties. The Operations Manager is responsible for purchasing and management of gear, training of instructors, providing on-call support to students and staff in crisis, and ensuring a high-quality of customer service. Compensation starts at $36k commensurate with experience and comes with benefits including healthcare, PTO, and 401k. Interested applicants should apply using our online application accessible at www.NewVisionWilderness.com/employment. Questions about the position can be addressed to the Operations Director, Ben Koch, at bkoch@nvwild.com.

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* OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - CALIFORNIA
Pali Institute is seeking enthusiastic educators with a strong work ethic to join our outdoor education family. We are a rigorous, fast-paced, fun program constantly striving to develop exciting outdoor curriculum for students in grades 4-12th. Pali Instructors teach different students every week in a variety of classes within the disciplines of science, outdoor education and leadership development. Pali strives to be an excellent educational supplement to classroom-based education and is proud to be a WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) and AEE (Association for Experiential Education) accredited organization. Hours: This is a full-time seasonal position. Our fall season begins August 19, 2019 with different length contracts available. Benefits: Pro-Deals, 50% of healthcare covered after 90 days, living in Southern California, all but one weekend off a season, and working with awesome, like-minded people! Housing: Instructors are provided off-site housing accommodation for weekend and out of cabin use. During the week staff lives on-site in cabins. Apply Online: https://www.paliinstitute.com/outdoor-education-jobs/ Contact: Shannon Kane- Hiring@paliinstitute.com (ACA Accredited)

FIELD STAFF, STEM INSTRUCTORS, AND ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATORS - WEST VIRGINIA
Science Adventure School Location: Summit Bechtel Reserve, Glen Jean, WV. Type: Seasonal (August – October) Job Summary: The Science Adventure School is a 4-day, 3-night program serving 6th grade students in West Virginia. Our goal is to integrate high quality, engaging, adventure sports-driven science and environmental curriculum with experiential education and student development. Competitive compensation and multiple positions are available. - Field Staff will play a crucial role by guiding student groups for the duration of the week and facilitating activities and experiences. - Environmental educators will be teaching students a variety of environmental education lessons such as phenology, freshwater ecosystems, or wetlands ecology throughout diverse habitats at the Summit Bechtel Reserve. - STEM Instructors will deliver “Science Behind the Sport” educational lessons that relate fundamental principles of STEM to adventure sports such as zip-lining, rock climbing, and archery. To learn more about these positions and to apply, please visit: https://scienceadventureschool.wvu.edu/get-involved/jobs For questions, please contact SAS@mail.wvu.edu Thank you for your interest! We're excited to meet you!