Jauary 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 = 17
Administration = 46
Food Services = 2
Site & Facilities = 3
Jobs in Fall/Winter/Spring = 7
Outside of Camp/Not Camp Related = 1

*New listings = 32
Total listings =
76
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ACTIVITY SPECIALIST

PROGRAM SPECIALIST - OUTDOOR EDUCATION - ALABAMA
Camp ASCCA is seeking motivated, fun, and experienced individuals to work with people with special needs in our outdoor education program. We serve approximately 100 campers with special needs per week in a unique residential camping environment. Located on Lake Martin in Alabama, Camp ASCCA offers high quality programming for campers including horseback riding, shooting sports, demonstration farm, nature, and many more aquatic and outdoor adventure programs. Applicants must have a B.S. in Therapeutic Recreation, Special Education, Environmental Education or related area. Knowledge and experience in Outdoor Education, these programs include: horseback (ring riding), nature, fishing, shooting sports, and small petting farms. Previous camp or teaching experience is preferred. Must live on-site in provided year-round housing. Pay: $25,000 annually. Includes: room and board, benefit package including health & dental, life insurance, paid annual and sick leave, paid holidays, and 403-b retirement plan. Please visit our website for full job description. To apply send resumes to Amber Cotney, amber@campascca.org or mail to Amber Cotney, P.O. Box 21, Jackson's Gap, AL 36861. (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? 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 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. For more information and full job descriptions, visit our website or contact Melanie at mjwills@indiana.edu or 765-349-5113. IU is an EOE/AA/M/F/VET/Disability (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM AREA COORDINATOR - KENTUCKY
The Center for Courageous Kids, a year-round medical camp focused on serving children living with life threatening illnesses, is seeking a self-motivated, creative, and positive Program Team Member. This position is responsible for working in both a team-oriented and autonomous setting to develop, implement, and evaluate programmatic initiatives. Facilitating summer and weekend retreat seasons in a year-round camp setting, this position is expected to communicate professionally to train and develop seasonal staff and volunteers while occasionally living on site (room and board is provided on these occasions). Applicants should have at least a bachelor's degree, as well as relevant child experience. Some business administration skill is required. Camp experience is preferred. All interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to brittany@courageouskids.org. You can also find more information and apply online. For any questions, please contact the Camp Director, Brittany Ransom at 270-618-2900 ext. 231 or by email at brittany@courageouskids.org. (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM COORDINATOR - MICHIGAN
Camp Henry is Awesome. OK, that's it. Hope you apply. Well, maybe a bit more information is needed. Camp Henry is a Christian camp located on the Shores of Lake Kimball outside of Newaygo Michigan. We have 212 acres of places to swim, jump, play, ride, learn and grow closer to God. The summers are filled with campers' laughter and the fall, winter and spring are filled with school groups who learn through play and retreat groups that come to be closer to each other, to nature and to God. Camp Henry is currently looking for a Program Coordinator to join our growing program team by March 1. The Program Coordinator will provide leadership in one of our key program areas: Environmental Education, Aquatics, Outdoor Education, High Adventure or Horses. This is a full time year round position with benefits. Housing is provided and a yearly salary of $18,200 - $19,110 depending on experience. If you are interested, please check out our full position description. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to applications@camphenry.org (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR - NEW JERSEY
At YMCA of the Pines, we use our 100+ years of experience to facilitate life-changing and mission-driven programs. We are looking for highly motivated team members to deliver day and overnight programs to ensure all our participants are taught skills to be "real world ready". We focus on building healthier communities, stronger relationships, and supporting all people to realize their potential. As an instructor, you are a team-player, maintain a positive attitude, and are willing to help out where needed. You care about all people and love facilitating their growth. You get excited about providing quality experiences for all. Candidates with experience leading and helping others in a camp or adventure setting are preferred, but we are willing to teach skills to outgoing and energetic applicants. Competitive compensation up to $16/hour offered. Housing is available on camp and meals occasionally provided. Opportunities for certifications and professional development will be provided. Applications accepted through 3/2/2020. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and names of three references with contact information to: recruitment@ycamp.org. For more information visit our website. (ACA Accredited)

* PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR - NEW YORK
Program Instructors are responsible for preparation and delivery of programs offered through the Environmental Education, Teambuilding, and Group and Family Retreats departments. 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 Group/Family Programs for descriptions of the programs. Persons of color encouraged to apply. - $70-75/day DOE, with R/B - Medical/dental/life insurance after completing 60 days - Shared and individual housing with own private room - On-site/Off-site training. Runs January to mid-June. Please send resume/cover letter/references to Brett Tillman at btillman@frostvalley.org. Also hiring for Spring 2020 season running late March to mid-June. (ACA Accredited)

CONFERENCE PROGRAM SPECIALIST - NORTH CAROLINA
Serve as the main contact for conference groups on weekends and, at times, during the week. Typical work week is Wednesday – Sunday but will vary at times. Ensure that all setup is completed before group arrives at camp. When support staff is needed to run activities, the conference program specialist will supervise those staff members and ensure that they are where they need to be and serving the group. Remain on call for duration of weekend and able to assist groups with whatever is needed. Initial clean up of camp and communicate any concerns and successes after group leaves. Assist Outdoor Education program during week as an instructor. During summer months, the conference program specialist with be a member of our leadership team. Provide leadership to summer camp counselors and support during the summer. Lead fun, safe activities and program for summer campers and guests. Assist in other duties as needed. For more information please contact Jared Causby at j.causby@ymcanwnc.org (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR EDUCATOR - NORTH CAROLINA
Located at the base of Sauratown Mountain and just 30 minutes from Winston-Salem, Camp Hanes offers 400 acres of forest, two lakes, multiple streams, a plethora of outdoor activities, and a short drive to two different state parks. Outdoor Educators will get the opportunity to learn, improve, and teach science based curriculum with the environment as a tool for deeper level learning. Staff members will be facilitating learning and team building with elementary and middle school age youth while also helping facilitate weekend groups with adults and families. This is a full-time, seasonal position at Camp Hanes with possible employment summer and fall. There is a one week-long curriculum training with ropes and possible lifeguard training provided. The position is mostly Monday-Friday with occasional weekend work and projects around camp. Housing is included and meals are provided while guests are on site. We are looking for team members who are flexible, mission driven, team oriented, and energetic. Please send resume and cover letter to Monica McCallum at m.mccallum@ymcanwnc.org or apply online. (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - NORTH CAROLINA
NC State University's Penn 4-H Center is seeking instructors for our spring school programs season: March 2-May 21, 2020 with opportunities for continued employment in our summer camp and fall programs. The Penn 4-H Center provides day and overnight educational field trips 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 evenings 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. For more info contact Kyle Shillinglaw at kyle_shillinglaw@ncsu.edu /336-349-9445/ Visit our website (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 STAFF - NORTH CAROLINA
Come join our team at the Eastern 4-H Center. We are owned and operated by NC State University but are located in Columbia, NC. We are about an hour from the Outer Banks. Program Staff are responsible for the delivery of assigned programming to audiences of up to 25 participants, ranging from ages 5 to adults. Also, will assist in food service, housekeeping, grounds keeping, program supply control, other guest services and on call duties. Will deliver age appropriate, predetermined curriculum in a variety of camp activities including, but not limited to, challenge course, target sports, ecology, crafts, rock climbing, physical fitness & health, and aquatic activities. Will also be responsible for being a Point of Contact with User Groups throughout their stay. All applicants must undergo and pass a background check screening conducted by NC State Univ. You must be at least 18 years old. Rooming is provided, along with some meals when guest are on-site. Starting salary is $300 per week. This is a seasonal position that ends in late May with possibilities for continued employment in our summer and fall program season. Apply online. Contact JP Peoples with questions, jwpeople@ncsu.edu (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - OHIO
Nature's Classroom at Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum is seeking enthusiastic, fun, and talented individuals excited to work with young people in our outdoor education program. We serve over 30 schools in Ohio that come to us for the ultimate camp experience. Students always remember their time at camp. Our instructors have the opportunity to impact and be a part of this special event in their lives! Take students on hikes, to our nature center, and lead them through team-building activities while being yourself and enjoying a relaxed work environment on beautiful Leesville Lake. Make new friends and work with a diverse group of individuals with a shared goal. Our staff do not supervise students at night and live in our staff house, instead. Our Staff House includes free Wi-Fi and laundry, satellite TV, and a full kitchen. Our season will run from February 23 to May 29. We offer great teaching and resume building experience! Ideal candidates love the outdoors, working with youth, and have experience working in an educational or camp setting. Individuals from all areas of study are encouraged to apply. Interested? Check us out and apply here: linktr.ee/NaturesClassroom or email us for more information ncdirector@ohioffa.org.  (ACA Accredited)

* ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FIELD STUDY INSTRUCTOR - SOUTH CAROLINA
Teaching Kids about the Environment (K.A.T.E.): Located on Lake Marion in the Midlands, KATE explores how natural environments function, and particularly, how human beings can manage behavior and ecosystems to live sustainably. Students will conduct scientific studies of the interrelated patterns, processes, flora, fauna and ecosystems in terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. Activities include aquatic ecology, forestry studies, soil science, wildlife ecology, team building, a climbing tower, high ropes courses, archery, canoeing, birding and more. Instructors will teach groups at least 2 curriculum components. Must teach outside and be willing to work long hours. Program runs 02/15/20-05/15/20. Pay: $600 twice a month with room, board, sickness/accidental insurance included. Send resumes to Patty at pfneff@clemson.edu. EOE (ACA Accredited)

* MARINE SCIENCE FIELD INSTRUCTOR - SOUTH CAROLINA
Expedition Sewee is located on the coast north of Charleston. & offers an unforgettable study of coastal ecosystems; how they function, what they provide and why they're important to preserve. Students & teachers will explore beaches, salt marshes, landforms & cultural resources of the Low Country. Expedition Sewee is perfectly staged to give students an up-close look at plant and animal interactions in the natural world. Activities include salt marsh studies, a barrier island beach study, boat rides, birding, crabbing, cast netting, games, etc. Instructors will teach groups at least 2 curriculum components. Must teach outside and be willing to work long hours. Applicants must have Marine Science degree or experience. Program runs 02/15/20-05/15/20. Pay: $600 twice a month with room, board, sickness/accidental insurance included. Send resumes to Patty at pfneff@clemson.edu. EOE (ACA Accredited)

* MOUNTAIN ECOLOGY FIELD INSTRUCTOR - SOUTH CAROLINA
Exploration Hannon: Located in the upstate Blue Ridge Mountains. A mountain geology and ecology field study program designed around the processes and skills of scientific inquiry. Students will discover science concepts and engage in scientific thinking through investigations that explore the topographical phenomenon called the Blue Ridge Escarpment - a drastic and sudden 3,000-foot shift in elevation from flat piedmont to steep mountains. Activities include stream mapping, map and compass, mountain geology and ecology, aquatic ecology, zip lines, a climbing tower and more. Instructors will teach groups at least 2 curriculum components. Must teach outside and be willing to work long hours. Program runs 02/15/20-05/15/20. Pay: $600 twice a month with room, board, sickness/accidental insurance included. Send resumes to Patty at pfneff@clemson.edu. EOE (ACA Accredited)

YOUTH ACTIVITIES COUNSELORS - BAHAMAS, CASTAWAY CAY
Disney Cruise Line is looking for experienced childcare professionals to join our crew! We are seeking Youth Activities Counselors to work with large volumes of children in our one-of-a-kind youth spaces onboard our ships and on Disney's own private island, Castaway Cay. These crew members create magical memories with children ages 3-17, performing a variety of duties to ensure that our spaces are welcoming, safe, and clean for our youngest sailors. Youth Activities Counselors must be at least 20 years of age, be able to speak, read and write fluent English and be willing to live and work onboard ships. You must also be able to work a 7-day, 70 hour week with limited time off. Apply online here.

 

ADMINISTRATION

* CAMP & PROGRAM MANAGER - ARIZONA
TITLE: Camp & Program Manager REPORTS TO: President On-site Location: Mayor, AZ. POSITION SUMMARY: An Arizona camp non-profit operator (three uniquely branded residential camp properties) is looking to hire new team member to manage the camp side of this property as well coordinate all programming. This position will coordinate various camps and guest groups at Chauncey Ranch (CR). The camp/ranch is located in Mayer Arizona- on 5,000 acres at the base of the Bradshaw Mountains. It has a strong legacy of serving as a residential outdoor facility for youth and families for over forty years. One side serves has the camp facility with ponds, zip line, archery, swimming pool, dining hall etc. and housing for 200 + campers which would be this position's main focus. The other side is the ranch with corrals, wrangler housing, original ranch houses and pastures. COMPENSATION: Compensation is competitive to other camps and will be based on one's experience and background. Compensation includes housing and meals. PROGRAM OVERVIEW: CR will be an expansion location for Tonto Creek Camp (TCC) signature Outdoor STEM Centered Ed. tom@tontocreekcamp.org

* TEMPORARY CAMP DIRECTOR - ARIZONA
The Girl Scouts - Arizona Cactus-Pine Council is looking for a Camp Director to lead Shadow Rim Ranch, just north of Payson, AZ. This position would start immediately and be based in our Phoenix offices. Starting in May the camp director would move to camp and reside there through mid August. We are working on a new full time position, to be posted before the end of camp for which you would be eligible to apply. The 2020 summer camp program has been designed, and roughly a third of the staff have already been hired. Looking for a mature and enthusiastic camp professional who finds alignment with the Girl Scout's values and mission. To learn more about this position and to apply use the following link and click Open Council Positions. For questions contact: mattthesing@girlscoutsaz.org or call 602.452.7074 (ACA Accredited)

* VARIOUS MANAGEMENT, PROGRAM FULL/PT, INTERNS - ARIZONA
We have available several positions at our various camp locations in Arizona. These camp's (Tonto Creek Camp and Chauncey Ranch) "learning platforms" provide outdoor experiences throughout the year. We serve many underserved populations. Some of programming is very traditional but we also have been innovative in offering Outdoor STEM Centered Education (4,000 students in '19), SEED (Students Engaged in Entrepreneurial Discovery), Resiliency Camps for youth in the foster system, etc. We are hiring Program Managers, Camp Managers, Summer Staff, Part time staff and have Intern positions. Please send your resume and also let us know if you are going to be at the ACA Convention to schedule a time to meet. tom@tontocreekcamp.org.

* CAMP DIRECTOR - CALIFORNIA
Do you want to make a difference in the lives of young men in Southern California? R.M. Pyles Boys Camp, an award-winning youth-development program for disadvantaged boys and young men, is seeking a full-time Camp Director whose purpose is to direct all aspects of the summer camp program and ancillary activities necessary to fulfill the philosophy and goals of this organization. Our program operates in the Giant Sequoia National Monument in the summer months, with non-summer headquarters in Valencia, CA. Mission: R.M. Pyles Boys Camp promotes long-term positive behavioral change for low-income, disadvantaged boys by providing a multi-year wilderness camp experience supplemented by year-round mentoring that builds life skills and instills the values of hard work, education, and positive choices. Compensation: Salary commensurate with experience within the range of $55,000-$60,000/year. Medical and Dental fully provided to employee. Generous retirement contributions provided after 1 year of service. Thank you for your interest in becoming a part of the R.M. Pyles Boys Camp family. Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to Adam Bell at adam@pylescamp.com (ACA Accredited)

CAMP DIRECTOR - CALIFORNIA
DYF improves the quality of life for children, teens and families affected by type 1 diabetes. The non-profit organization provides education and recreation within a supportive community, encouraging personal growth, knowledge, and independence. DYF serves approximately 1500 participants per year through 19 residential camp programs. The Camp Director designs and delivers half of these programs, including summers at our facility Bearskin Meadow Camp, located in Kings Canyon National Park. The Camp Director works out of our main office in Concord, CA for most of the year, and is on site at camp from May-August plus some weekends in the Spring and Fall. The Camp Director must be a dynamic leader with exceptionally good judgment, superior customer service skills, and 3+ years of supervisory and leadership experience in the residential camp environment. Experience with type 1 diabetes and/or medical camps is highly valued. For more information and to view the job description, please see our website. Should you have questions, please contact Kaylor Glassman, Director of Programs, at glassman@dyf.org (ACA Accredited)

CAMP DIRECTOR - CALIFORNIA
Tumbleweed Day Camp's Camp Director manages two programs: a traditional, outdoor day camp of 150 campers and 30 staff during the summer and our expanded learning program of outdoor education and school-based programs during the school year. Additionally, our Camp Director serves as part of our Executive Team, planning strategically and innovating all year round. The ideal candidate has a proven track record (at least two full years) in managing ACA-accredited camps and developing creative programs, along with experience in school-based or outdoor education and a bachelor's degree or higher. They are passionate about planning and executing exceptional camp experiences through traditional, nature-based programs, and they think creatively, striving for continual growth and improvement in themselves and their work. They are a community builder, bringing together campers, parents and staff. Most importantly, they are an outstanding leader, inspiring camp staff to achieve our mission. Tumbleweed provides competitive compensation including health, dental and vision benefits and unlimited paid time off. Housing is NOT provided. Apply online here (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS - COLARADO
The ideal candidate for this position will possess strong administrative skills, experience in project management, and operational and site management experience. Highlands is located at 8500' in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. This position is a full-time, year-round position. The successful candidate will be provided a competitive salary, medical and pension benefits for the employee, vacation, holidays and on site housing. We are located 25 minutes from Estes Park, CO and about 45-60 minutes from Boulder, CO. Highlands is a Presbyterian camp and retreat center. We seek a candidate who is/has:  1 A professing Christian. 2. A mature individual with demonstrated business experience. 3. Excellent problem solving skills. 4. Detail oriented and accurate. 5. Finance and Accounting skills related to accounts payable and accounts receivable. 6. Computer literate. 7. The ability to "multi-task," handling a variety of inputs and responsibilities within a limited amount of time.  8. Able to anticipate needs of guests and practice hospitality in all aspects of work. More information is available on our website. To apply, please send a resume to Maria@highlandscamp.org (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP & CONFERENCE CENTER MANAGER - FLORIDA
You can help us to fulfill our mission by playing an integral role in our operations as Camp & Conference Center Manager at The Salvation Army's Camp Keystone in Starke, FL. This position directs operations of a summer residential camp and year-around conference & retreat center. This is a full-time, year-round position with full benefits, including housing. Apply online or contact Captain Matt Satterlee at matthew.satterlee@uss.salvationarmy.org for more information. (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. View the full job description and to apply.

* EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - INDIANA
The ideal Executive Director will be: an organized, effective listener, strong team builder and servant leader. Cultivate and direct high quality relationship-based camper engagement strategies. Develop and coordinate activities of the camp board and committees, including annual fundraising campaign and fundraisers. Establish collaborations with other organizations to further promote the YMCA mission and community togetherness. Foster a climate of innovation to develop camping and community focused programs that support the Y's mission. Must be at least 21 years old with a valid driver's license. 3 or more years of related experience with progressive management responsibilities including direct supervision of management staff; preferably within the YMCA or other large nonprofit organization. Experience in, or ability to, expertly relate to people regardless of age, race, economic status, religion, or cultural differences. Bachelor's Degree in a related field. Starting salary $50,000 - $55,000. Onsite housing is available. Health and dental insurance, HSA with YMCA contribution, 12% employer funded retirement plan, paid time off and holidays, free family YMCA membership. Apply online. (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM MANAGER - OUTDOOR FOCUS/RESIDENT CAMP - INDIANA
Plan and direct the operation of the Girl Scout program in a resident camp and at facilities in the council's jurisdiction, supervise the seasonal camp staff, and make provision for the health and safety of the campers. Work within the framework of the Girl Scout program, and the policies, standards and plan of work and budget of the council. Create and implement council outdoor council programming with outside organizations. Accountabilities: Live and work during the summers at Camp Gallahue, in Morgantown IN. Recruit, screen, hire, train and manage year - seasonal camp staff to provide outstanding programs to meet the needs of diverse groups of girls in resident camp. Analyze and respond to program needs and trends, developing and cultivating community partnerships to expand program opportunities. Conduct program evaluations to measure and report on achievement of outcomes. Carry out plans for year-round camping including program emphasis, program outcomes, staff needs and budget; and present plan to director for review and approval. JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in related field; equivalent experience considered. 2 yrs supervisory exp. Apply online.

PROGRAM COORDINATOR - KENTUCKY
Join a small, year-round team passionate about the impact outdoor adventure has on trauma recovery. Facilitate & lead adventures that include challenge course, canoeing, equine assisted learning/psychotherapy, mindfulness & other outdoor education initiatives to achieve break-thru impacts! Located on 575 beautiful acres in the Kentucky Bluegrass (near Lexington & Red River Gorge), we offer residential & day camps/retreats in partnership w/ schools, mental health, social service & other agencies. 74% at-risk youth & trauma affected populations. We also serve mainstream schools, sports teams & even corporate groups. Bachelor's degree & experience in Therapeutic Rec or related field required. $28,000+ (DOE) salary, generous PTO, health insurance, 403(b) 5% match once vested. Full description online, click on "about" & "career opportunities." Send cover letter & resume: kari@lifeadventurecenter.org (ACA Accredited). 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR - LOUISIANA
The Program Director at Camp Istrouma is a full time, year round salaried position with onsite housing that will be responsible for leading our summer camp program, while the rest of the year will mostly consist of planning, promoting, and developing the summer camp program and occasional weekend retreats. In addition, this position will be responsible for hosting and coordinating activities for guests. Essential Functions: • Planning, organizing, marketing, and oversight of the summer program, which includes residential, and day camp, wilderness camp, service leadership programs, as well as occasional Camp Istrouma's sponsored weekend retreats. • Lead and manage a team of summer staff and part time workers, including developing an effective training, discipleship, and leadership development strategy. • Ensure follow-up with summer camper through correspondence and other suitable methods. For more information please contact Cody Hanken at chanken@campistrouma.com (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP DIRECTOR - MAINE
Seeds of Peace inspires and cultivates new generations of global leaders in communities divided by conflict. We equip them with the skills and relationships they need to accelerate social, economic, and political changes essential for peace. Since 1993, Seeds of Peace has set the standard in international peacebuilding by providing exceptional young people and Educators from regions of conflict with an otherwise impossible opportunity to meet their historic enemies face-to-face at our Camp in Maine. Seeds of Peace seeks a Camp Director to provide leadership on all aspects of programming, planning, and logistics for the Seeds of Peace Camp, as well as to support donor engagement and external relations. In the months when Camp is in session, June through August, the position will be based on the camp grounds in Otisfield, Maine. For the remainder of the year, this position will either be based in our New York City office or work remotely. For further information about this exciting opportunity, including responsibilities, qualifications, and application instructions, please visit the following page on our website, under "Positions Worldwide". (ACA Accredited)

CAMP AND FAMILY EXPERIENCE DIRECTOR - MARYLAND
Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Camp & Family Experience Director is responsible for providing Cause-Driven management and operations focused around Family Experience and Summer Camp Product. The Director will also play a role in site operations, annual support campaign, associate development, and general center leadership. Day to day operations include associate supervision, fiscal control, program development, program area facility management/maintenance, program optimization and fulfillment, and volunteer development. The Director is also responsible for hiring, training, supervising, and leading their associate team in superior levels of member service and engagement. For more information please contact Dawn Chrystal-Wolfe at hrrecruitment@ymaryland.org (ACA Accredited)

FARM CAMP DIRECTOR - MASSACHUSETTS
Berkshire Botanical Garden is seeking an experienced camp administrator to direct its summer Farm in the Garden Camp, a summer day camp which provides time, space, and guidance for children to learn and play in an energizing and kind garden community. The camp's focus is to empower youth to care for the plants and animals that sustain us and to make good use of the harvest. Outside of the camp season, the camp director will work with other BBG education programs on the grounds of BBG as well as at local schools and community centers. Apply and find out more about the position.

OUTDOOR EDUCATION, RETREATS & SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR - MASSACHUSETTS
Cape Cod Sea Camps hosts roughly 80 different user groups during the Spring and Fall "shoulder seasons" on our facility (April - October). These groups include school class trips, weekend retreats, sports camps, single day events & catered venues. Coordinator will lead and work with the CCSC team in operation of the site rental business for the company through the development and management of outdoor education program, human resource, facility management, financial, marketing, sales and strategic operations. This position will be primarily responsible for daily site management in season and supervision, administrative duties, developing outdoor education programming and assisting with the implementation of sales and marketing campaigns and outreach. We are looking for someone who works well on a team, is a strong self-starter who can motivate others, takes positive initiatives and communicates well. Salary with health benefits package. Housing is provided and living at Camp is a requirement in season. Meals are available when we have groups on property. The ideal candidate would have 2 years of experience in Camp Management & Sales. Please email cover letter and resume to: Garran Peterson garran@capecodseacamps.com (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM COORDINATOR - MASSACHUSETTS
As Day Camp Director you are responsible for creating, leading and managing staff, and overseeing camper activities daily for approximately 300 unique campers aged 3-17 for 8 weeks in the summer. From Sept. to May this position will support programs as a Program Coordinator who schedules and plans programs, staff, and resources for a wide range of programming including: high ropes course & teambuilding initiatives, outdoor and environmental education, family camps, retreats, and weddings. Applicants Must Be: -Age 21+ with at least 2 years leadership experience, preferably at a day camp, a bachelor's degree in a related field, and a valid driver's license. -Able to work with staff and children in the outdoors, in varying weather conditions, administering and participating in all typical BDC/ BOC activities, some of which may be physically demanding.  Salary is negotiable based on experience. On-site housing is available. Full-time employees are eligible for excellent benefits package. TO APPLY Please email a cover letter, resume, and 3 professional reference contacts to Matthew Scholl, Berkshire Outdoor Exec. Director at mscholl@bccmyca.org (ACA Accredited)

* EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - MICHIGAN
Full-time 12 month position, salary commensurate with experience. The Executive Director will oversee a comprehensive summer camp program and adventure center, plus programs related to the mission of Camp Daggett. Bachelor's degree with a minimum of 3-5 years experience required, preferably in an executive director role, including demonstrated success in financial stewardship, staff management and programming. Additional competencies include budget management, public relations and communication, as well as creative problem solving. Excellent written, organizational communication, interpersonal and presentation skills required. Strategic planning skills, community connections and experiential education skills helpful. The ideal candidate should be a visionary leader who can build upon and expand, with our talented and experienced staff, an already successful operation. More information about Camp Daggett can be found online. To apply, candidate should submit cover letter, resume, and references no later than February 17 to: ATTN: Dave Snyder, Search Committee Chairperson, Camp Daggett, 3001 Church Road, Petoskey, Michigan 49770 or by email to david.snyder@campdaggett.org

GUEST EXPERIENCES DIRECTOR - MICHIGAN
Camp Henry is seeking an organized, dedicated, detail-oriented, servant-minded, creative, and fun-loving person to join our year-round staff. If you're passionate about changing lives while serving in a Christian Community, and would like to have an administrative and leadership role within Camping Ministry, focused on increasing the number of people that get to experience camp, then we've got just the job for you! Primary responsibilities are to recruit, book, and retain year-round guest groups. In addition, the Guest Experiences Director will work to ensure that all guests have outstanding experiences and will prepare all staff members to anticipate and exceed guest expectations. The Guest Experiences Director will coordinate the experiences for all year-round groups. In addition, they will serve as a member of the camp leadership team. Preferred qualifications include a Bachelor's Degree as well as previous administrative experience working in a camp environment. Visit our website or view the full-length job description, including compensation and benefits. Preference is to fill this position by 2/15. Interested persons should send a cover letter and resume to Jake, Executive Director, jake@camphenry.org (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE DIRECTOR - MICHIGAN
Camp Newaygo, a growing camp with 95 years of tradition is seeking to fill a year-round Program Director position to join our team of 11 year round staff. The Outdoor Adventure Director will actively facilitate our Summer Co-Ed Day Camp, training a seasonal staff & actively working with them for 9 weeks of camp program delivery. They will develop & manage our outdoor education program, working with school groups & emerging partnerships. Looking for an adventure enthusiast with passion to directly instruct & play in the out of doors. The position requires a flexible schedule & on-site duty with support for facilities, rentals, & community engagement events. Desired qualifications: BA in Parks & Recreation, Tourism, Environmental Education or Outdoor Adventure. Min Experience: 2 years of camp management preferred. First Aid & CPR certification or ability to attain, clean background & driving check, ability to work with diverse populations, strong leadership, & experience in backcountry camping. Salary includes health benefits. On site housing is provided and required. Meals are provided when guests are present. To apply, send resumes to jalisa@campnewaygo.org. Visit website for a full job description. (ACA Accredited)

* SUMMER CAMP DIRECTOR - MICHIGAN
Sherman Lake YMCA Camp is seeking a Summer Camp Director to direct and manage all of its summer camp programs. The Summer Camp Director is responsible for all aspects of summer camp programs which include 1) recruiting staff, 2) budget development, 3) camp marketing, 4) assuring programs meet standards set by the ACA, and 5) the maintenance/development of program curriculum guides. This position will also work with our Integrated Education Department. An ability to lead a program team consisting of a diverse group of staff from many different backgrounds is key. This role will also participate in training and the ongoing curriculum integration of cultural awareness in all camp programs. Experience: A Bachelor's Degree (in education, preferred) a degree in recreation and/or group work with at least 5 years experience in a supervisory capacity. To find out more, please visit our website. Please email your cover letter and resume to: Zach Klipsch, CEO zachk@ymcasl.org by February 5, 2020 (ACA Accredited).

PROGRAM DIRECTOR - MINNESOTA
The Program Director is a year-round position on our Leadership Team. The ideal candidate has a passion for summer camp and is excited for the opportunity be involved with all aspects of the year round camp season, the growth of Hidden Pines Ranch and implementing innovative ideas and programs. The Program Director will perform administrative duties including camper registration, assist with program planning, interviewing, hiring, staff development, program planning and oversight. Summer camp experience is preferred, along with attention to detail, excellent communication and customer service skills, enjoys working with teams, youth and mentoring future leaders. Housing is not available onsite and applicants must have transportation to and from camp. Contact us with any questions at info@hiddenpinesranch.com or 651-430-1282. Interested applicants can apply online.

* MANAGER OF ON-SITE PROGRAMS - MISSOURI
The Community Ed Babler Outdoor Education Center Manager of On-Site Programs is a year-round position. We are seeking someone with experience to bring their vision and passion to provide leadership in the design, development, and execution of outdoor education programs, BablerWiLD summer day camp, and school-based programs and curriculum. The position is full-time and is located inside the Dr. Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park in west St. Louis Co. An excellent benefits package includes vacation, sick, holidays and snow days. Housing is not provided and applicants must have transportation. Programming and summer camp experience is preferred, along with attention to detail, the ability to think on your feet, excellent communication and customer service skills. Contact us with any questions at info@prcommunityed.org or 636-891-6644. Interested applicants should complete this google form and will be contacted. Visit our website for more information. (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR - NEW HAMPSHIRE
We are looking for a linchpin. A human that really understands the camping world. If you LOVE this work with every fiber of your body and are looking to land at one of the best camps in the country, we have an AMAZING opportunity. Join America's first YMCA at it's oldest Family Camp. Our camp beds are full, with a hearty wait list. Our community is very engaged and we are looking for the next partner in our team to help us keep the magic going. This camp is rich and deep in tradition and history. Our strategic vision is to improve the facilitates, strengthen our already strong program, deliver over the top customer service by keeping and training the most amazing humans to serve our campers, and help us raise funds to ensure that all these ideas are achievable. We are open to how this would be executed. Couples encouraged to apply. The role could be 3 months, 6 months or year round. If you are a camp director with experience in these areas with dreams of growth in camping, we would love to connect with you. Check out our camp. You can apply here, email address, campingservices@ymcaboston.org (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR OF YOUTH DEVELOPMENT - NEW HAMPSHIRE
The Director of Youth Development and Camp Hale oversees our summer sleepaway camp, Camp Hale, winter programming, and develops and implements a year-round youth development program. The Director serves as the Camp Director during the summer months and resides at camp from June through August. The Director embraces the camp's culture and traditions and ensures a multi-cultural experience, where campers meet and interact with people from diverse backgrounds. The Director manages all aspects of camp, including camper recruitment and enrollment, curriculum development, staff training and supervision, and camper safety. The Director ensures all standards and quality are met and maintains the physical property. In addition, the Director is responsible for the overall financial health of the camp. What we are looking for: -A minimum of 10 years of experience in youth development with at least 7 years of experience in program management and supervision of staff. -Previous residential camp experience required preferably in a leadership role. Experience working with urban youth, staff, agency personnel. More information and how to apply found here. (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR - NEW JERSEY
For the Camp Matollionequay (girls' sleepaway camp at YMCA of the Pines in Medford, NJ) Director, we are looking for someone innovative who can manage and lead change. Resiliency, innovation, change-management skills, and an excitement in the core belief that everyone has a hero within are necessary traits. Initial goals include a cultural change, a thematic framework change in coordination with our boys' camp, and program innovation. The work to be done will not be easy, will require long hours of intense work; you'll face many challenges and detractors, and your resolve will be tested frequently. However, you will have enthusiastic support from leadership and peers who live and breathe camp, will work for an independent YMCA association, and will have many thought-partners along the way to navigate problems that arise. The upside in this role is immense, as our mission is to impact lives in a great way, and the future in the organization is exciting and full of potential. Benefits include 12% association-paid retirement, 75% association-paid family healthcare, housing, free childcare through YMCA-run camp and SACC programs, a generous PTO policy, and more! To apply, send resume and cover letter to employment@ycamp.org. (ACA Accredited)

SENIOR PROGRAM DIRECTOR - NEW JERSEY
YMCA Camp Bernie is looking for a Senior Program Director, who will be responsible for the implementation and administration of Outdoor Education, Weekend Retreats, Summer Camp Programs, and Special Events. Major areas of responsibility include staff administration and development; fiscal management; program administration, development and quality control; and marketing. This position requires a minimum of five years of experience working with youth, teens and adults in a leadership capacity and a college degree in a related field. Candidate should have had successful experience developing and managing a budget and have proven success with YMCA camping's three major program thrusts – summer day and resident camping, environmental education, and weekend retreats. The position further requires skills in program development, implementation, and quality control; staff supervision and development; superior skills in customer service; good organizational and communication skills; and some experience in marketing and public relations. Knowledge of and commitment to the mission of the YMCA and the ability to articulate and model the YMCA's four core values are essential. For more information please contact Julie Jester at jjester@campbernieymca.org (ACA Accredited)

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). For more information and to apply, visit visit our website. (ACA Accredited)

* ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR; PROGRAMS - NEW YORK
Job Title: Assistant Camp Director; Programs - Location: Lake Luzerne, NY - Job Class: Full Time - Reports to: Camp Director - Team: Operations Team - Salary: $45,000-48,000 plus benefits - Assistant Camp Director Double H Ranch is currently seeking to hire a year-round full time Assistant Camp Director. The Assistant Camp Director will work directly with the Camp Director and the year round team to provide programming for our summer, winter and family based programs. The Assistant Camp Director will supervise program staff during our summer program and will assist with recruitment and interviewing of seasonal staff throughout the year. This position requires that the Assistant Camp Director lives at camp for the months of June, July and August and during family-based programs. Check out our posting. Email Lisa Boucher, HR Director at lboucher@doublehranch.org for more information. (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT DAY CAMP DIRECTOR - NEW YORK
Young Judaea Sprout Brooklyn Day Camp, in Red Hook, is a Hebrew dual-language camp for children entering Pre-K through 5th grade. Sprout Brooklyn is a place where children from a wide spectrum of backgrounds join together to create a joyful community built on Jewish values, a connection to Israel and the Hebrew language.  The Assistant Camp Director is responsible for staff recruitment, operations and scheduling. Responsibilities: • Manage staff recruitment process and facilitate the hiring process for seasonal staff. • Manage summer payroll, accounts payable and vendor accounts, track spending actuals against budget. • Create camp schedule, coordinate trips, special events and overall camp calendar. • Serve on the team planning staff training and development. Requirements: • Minimum of two seasons of camp administrative or leadership experience. • Bachelor's Degree in Education, Recreation, Jewish Studies, Nonprofit Management, Social Work, or Business OR unrelated degree with progressively responsible year round experience in day camping. • Preference given to Hebrew speakers. Send cover letter and resume to Elyssa Gaffin at elyssa@sproutbrooklyn.org (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR - NEW YORK & PENNSYLVANIA
Camps Equinunk & Blue Ridge is seeking an Assistant Director to join our year-round leadership team for our girl's camp, Blue Ridge. The Assistant Director is an integral part of the leadership team whose primary year-round and summer responsibilities is that of childcare, parent communication and camper recruitment. Alongside our Directors, the Assistant Director will work to uphold the values of our camp, provide exceptional childcare and perpetuate our camp traditions. Through building knowledge of camp culture, families and staff, the Assistant Director will become a key decision maker on child care, culture and operations. Year-round work will take place at our New York City office and in-season work, mid-May through August, on-site at camp in Pennsylvania. For more information please email adam@cecbr.com and visit us online. (ACA Accredited)

CEO - NEW YORK
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, CAMPING Vick and Pathfinder Camping and Conference Ministries, in affiliation with American Baptist Churches, New York State, seeks a full-time chief executive officer. VPCCM runs two Christian faith-based camps in New York state. Title: Chief Executive Officer Qualifications: • Bachelor's Degree Required, Master's Degree Preferred. • Professed personal Christian faith. • Member or willing to become a member of an American Baptist Church. • 5-7 preferred experience in camp and conference supervisory roles, ministry, fiscal responsibility, staff and volunteer management, program development, marketing and recruitment, fund development and camp operations. • Excellent communication and organizational skills. Job requirements include but are not limited to: - Serving as the primary representative for VPCCM- Developing and implementing resource development, programs and staff management plans- Supervising effective management of both sites, overseeing all operations. Please submit letter of interest, resume, and references to: Email - VPCCministriesceosearch@gmail.com Mail - VPCC Ministries CEO Search, C/O Mrs. Jennifer Bloss, 101 Cemetery Road. Clifton Park NY 12065

* FARM CAMP DIRECTOR - NEW YORK
Want to pair summer camp directing, year-round retreats and life at a working farm? Frost Valley's Farm Camp is seeking a full-time director that could be perfect for you! You may be a good fit if you want to recruit, hire, train and supervise about 20 summer seasonal staff and provide oversight for the approximately 50 campers on site per session. You will enjoy being both the face of camp leadership as well as the back-office work horse, capable of leading songs, completing payroll and taking parent phone calls. During the school year, the Director assists in facilitating retreat guests at Frost Valley's East Valley Ranch, including school groups, scout troops, and other outdoor recreation and horseback riding programs. As a full-time staff, our generous health insurance plan, on-site housing and other benefits will be available. Salary $35,600-38,000 a year. Learn more. Send resume and cover letter to HR@FrostValley.org. Deadline to apply Feb 7. Don't wait- APPLY TODAY! (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM MANAGER - NEW YORK
Reporting to the Assistant Director, this position will be responsible for the development and implementation of program activities for three seasons public program at Clearpool and Green Chimneys summer camps. The Program Manager will oversee all curriculum development for each group of students, participate in fairs/events to increase market awareness, develop and maintain relationships with partner organizations, train and supervise full-time and temporary staff, and handle the day to day operations of the Three Season Program and Summer Camps. Please note that the Program Manager is required to live onsite at the Clearpool campus. Bachelor's Degree required, but will consider non-degreed candidate with equivalent experience. Must have a minimum of 3-5 years'administrative experience; 2 years' supervisory experience; and experience working in Outdoor Education and/or camp programs. The Program Manager must have Responding to Emergencies and CPR for the Professional Rescuer OR the ability to obtain certification within the first 3 months of employment. Please apply directly online. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP DIRECTOR - NORTH CAROLINA
Talisman Summer Camp provides young people with learning differences exceptional opportunities to increase self-confidence, independence, motivation, and social competence in a safe and nurturing environment. The camp director provides leadership and oversight of all aspects of the summer camp program, including staff, programming, logistics and parent communication. The ideal candidate has extensive experience working with people with autism, solid supervisory experience and enthusiasm for the spirit of summer camp. The camp director must be a dynamic leader and team player with great judgment, strong analytical skills, creative thinking, exceptional customer service and a passion for excellence. The position is year-round, with 24-hour on-campus responsibilities in the summer. Benefits include competitive salary; health and dental insurance generous time off and a bonus plan, as well as housing during the summer. For more information, contact Linda Tatsapaugh, ltatsapaugh@talismancamps.com, or 828-779-2635. (ACA Accredited)

* EQUESTRIAN DIRECTOR - NORTH CAROLINA
Seeking a Full Time Equestrian Director at beautiful YMCA Camp Cheerio. Looking for a hard working person with a passion for horses to oversee 22 horses and over 20 staff in an extraordinary setting, with nice coworkers, and a history of quality camping experiences for children ages 7 - 15. Send resume and qualifications to director@campcheerio.org. Check out our website. Join our team! (ACA Accredited)

* OPERATIONS MANAGER - OHIO
Camp Ho Mita Koda, the world's first and oldest summer camp for kids with Type1 Diabetes, is looking for an enthusiastic and energetic industry leader to become our next Operations Manager. This is a rare full-time, year-round position located outside of Cleveland, Ohio and is a great opportunity for the right person to continue building upon a very successful and well-established (91 years) leading summer camp program. This position is well-suited for someone looking to be challenged as a leader in a successful organization and one who is ready and willing to take on new roles and responsibilities, outside of the scope of the job description. While the Operations Manager will be supported and nurtured as a member of the leadership team, the successful candidate will be a person who is highly motivated and a self-starter, willing to try new things often, prepared to make mistakes and learn from them, and able to take on challenges with a consistent sense that their voice and skills matter as a part of the team. TO APPLY: Submit your resume, letter of interest, and a video expressing your interest to Executive Director, Ian Roberts at Ian@camphomitakoda.org. Resumes accepted through February 1, 2020. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP OPERATIONS DIRECTOR - OKLAHOMA
Now hiring year round Camp Operations Director. Plans, schedules, assigns, monitors and supervises the day-to-day operations and services of The Salvation Army - Heart O' Hills Camp and Conference Center to include all buildings, equipment, grounds repair/maintenance, housekeeping, rental bookings, guest services, and clerical functions. Oversees a year round staff of 20 employees. Develops Camp policies and procedures and ensures compliance to the same. Oversees budget and all purchases of camp supplies and equipment. Works closely with outside rental groups and Salvation Army camps and events. For more information please contact Captain Nick Garrison by email: nick.garrison@uss.salvationarmy.org (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP DIRECTOR - PENNSYLVANIA
If you have a passion for outdoor education, high adventure, and empowering girls and young women – and you have the experience to back it up, then 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; •ensure the emotional and physical safety of campers, staff and guests;  •manage all aspects of camp to include program planning and delivery, budget management, resource allocation, risk management, and supervision of seasonal program and camp staff;  •ensure that camp and outdoor program offerings are based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and leadership program outcomes; Qualifications: •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;  •Evening and weekend work required on a regular basis; •Required to live at camp June thru August; •Certifications or a willingness to get certified: First Aid, CPR, AED, archery, canoeing, kayaking, lifeguarding; •Travel is required throughout western PA; Submit a cover letter, resume & salary requirements to recruiting@gswpa.org (ACA Accredited)

* OPERATIONS ASSISTANT - PENNSYLVANIA
Camp Canadensis, a privately owned camp in the Pocono Mountains, is seeking a full time Operations Assistant with Winter and Summer responsibilities. Housing is provided year round on property in Canadensis, PA.  In May, June, August, and September, camp hosts events from schools to weddings. The Operations Asst leads pre/post camp staff to meet the needs of rental groups and facility prep. For 8 week summer program, position helps manage laundry, housekeeping, and maintenance support staff with responsibilities including maintenance. They work closely with the Director of Operations. In the off-season work with property Superintendent and outside contractors on general maintenance and larger construction projects. Applicants must be looking for an exciting adventure and the willingness to take on all tasks and responsibility. Strong communication skills, positive attitude, initiative, flexibility, and dependability are a must. Previous camp exp. preferred. Extensive training provided. Job is salaried based on experience and includes benefits and vacation time. Applicants send cover letter & resume to Matt Unger matt@canadensis.com (ACA Accredited)

* RETREAT DIRECTOR - PENNSYLVANIA
We're looking for an upbeat, outgoing, and detail-oriented Retreat Director for our ever-growing group rental business. If you're looking to boost your skills in event coordination, public speaking, and team-building, while also looking to build experience in the hospitality industry then this is the role for you! We live and work on a beautiful private lake in the Pocono Mountains, and with your camp background you are bound to fit in well with our friendly full-time team! Qualifications: • prior experience facilitating group rentals & conferences • prior experience facilitating team building and the ability to obtain high ropes certification • ability to communicate thoughts & ideas to a broad spectrum of ages and backgrounds (teaching/camp background preferred) • ability to communicate thoughts & ideas to staff (management background desirable) • organizational ability to manage and schedule groups and staff effectively. This is a salaried position (housing included if desired). This work schedule includes non-traditional work hours including weekends and evenings. See us on the web & here.  Email your resume & cover letter to staffing@international-sports.com (ACA Accredited)

SUMMER CAMP DIRECTOR AND GENERAL MANAGER - SOUTH CAROLINA
Located in beautiful, award-winning Greenville, SC, Sportsclub Kids provides fun and enriching year-round programming that parents and kids love. We are seeking a GM and Camp Director who will be at the heart of a fun and vibrant community and whose main responsibilities will be (1) developing and overseeing all programs; (2) hiring and training staff; (3) providing leadership for campers and staff; (4) building relationships with parents, campers, staff, and other divisions of Sportsclub; (5) fostering a positive camp culture; (6) maintaining a safe environment through effective risk management; (7) managing the budget; and (8) planning the strategic vision. This job is a great fit for a mission-driven leader who wants to be involved in nearly every aspect of program delivery and will enthusiastically embrace challenges in order to provide the highest-quality programs for campers, parents, staff, and guests. Requirements: (1) a BA or BS and previous camp leadership experience, (2) previous management experience, (3) at least 21 years old with a clean driving record and willingness to drive a minibus. Find out more. Submit your resume and cover letter to jobs@sportsclubsc.com.

DIRECTOR OF SALES & RESERVATIONS - TEXAS
The Director of Sales & Reservations will have overall responsibility for the direction and execution of all aspects of group sales growth and strategy development, the group reservation process, outside sales relationship cultivation, contract processing, and group financial accounting and reporting. This role provides an individual with sales and marketing expertise the opportunity to creatively develop and implement key growth strategies in a high-growth, mission-driven not-for-profit organization that is adopting the highest standards in every category of camping operations. Camp Cho-Yeh has a culture that is deeply committed to excellence and team collaboration as we seek to be a place where Jesus Christ transforms lives through meaningful relationships and outdoor adventures. Full Job Description can be found online. E-mail resume to: employment@cho-yeh.org (ACA Accredited)

* DIRECTOR OF SUMMER RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS - VIRGINIA
Camp Dogwood Summer Academy, a summer residential camp in Madison, VA, seeks a dynamic, creative, warm, exuberant, and strong leader to be Director of Summer Residential Programs. Must be a critical-thinker, detail-oriented, fosters & sustains excellence, and passionate about our vision. Located less than two hours from Washington, DC, this role is for a dynamic & agile program director seeking to move up the ladder & lead all business & operations management functions of an ACA-accredited camp with an educational enrichment focus. This is a full-time, year-round position with the option to be based in the Washington, DC Metro area or Madison, VA, overseeing financial management, staff recruitment & management, parent engagement, and ensures the enhancement of camp operations. Applicants must be at least 25 years of age, with previous knowledge & experience in the management & delivery of residential camp and/or outdoor education programs. Benefits include a competitive salary, health care, dental & vision benefits, 401K retirement & employer match, etc. Women and people of color are especially encouraged to apply. Interested individuals should send a cover letter and resume to Rachelle Barrs at rbarrs@anbryce.org (ACA Accredited)

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR – WASHINGTON
The Sunset Bay Wharf is seeking extraordinary water persons to join our management team running the Beach Camp Marine Mammal Academy. This is not your ordinary summer camp! ALL Beach Camp leaders spend their days in the field actively teaching and advising our staff and campers in providing a one of a kind world class watersports and marine science summer program. Our program combines mission based marine science education with sea kayaking, sailing, paddle boarding beachcombing, beach biking, skimboarding, snorkeling, and scuba. Also including a fleet of outboard powered Zodiacs for fun and exploring. This is a high coordination, athletic, outgoing, fun loving, SMART PERSONS gig, dealing with a wide range of gear, activities, logistics, and intellectually challenging marine mammal curriculum and research. Our pier is located only minutes from downtown Seattle, providing a normal big city life for our talented leaders. Potentially interested/qualified candidates should start with our photos/videos here and then drop us an email here: info@saveourshorelines.org with a pic of them doing something interesting on the water along with a few lines about what they're looking for in life.  (ACA Accredited)

 

FOOD SERVICES

FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR - INDIANA
Camp Potawotami in Wolcottville, Indiana has an opening for a Full-Time Food Service Director. Under the guidance of the Executive Director, the Food Service Director is responsible for the meal planning and preparation, supplies, upkeep, equipment, cleanliness and staff for Camp's Food Service. The ideal candidate will be resourceful, detailed, organized, and a problem solver. Develop, maintain and implement all cooking standards, procedures and menus. Ensure camp kitchen and related area/equipment are clean, well maintained, and functioning. Serve as the lead kitchen supervisor and head cook. Oversee the hiring, training, and supervision of seasonal kitchen staff. Must be at least 21 years of age with a valid driver's license. Bachelor's Degree in a related culinary or hospitality field is preferred. A combination of equivalent work experience, education and training may be considered with at least 5 years of food service and supervisor experience. Starting pay range: $16.00-$18.00 per hr. Onsite housing may be available. Please send resumes to katie_taylor@fwymca.org. Accepting applications through January 31, 2020. (ACA Accredited)

* HEAD CHEF - OREGON
Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp is looking for its next amazing head chef! Each summer MHKC helps to empower over 500 children and adults with developmental disabilities through outdoor and recreation programming. The Camp Chef is someone who believes in this mission and knows that every great program begins and ends with delicious and nutritious food. We are looking for an individual who is excited about taking on the challenge of serving our campers unique dietary needs. This position will also get to spread their culinary wings during our robust nine month rental program! From youth groups to weddings, we host them all and each with their own unique needs. Our chef has the freedom to design menus that fit the needs of each group while holding ourselves to the highest standards of quality, health, and safety. This is a diverse position that requires a person be flexible, work well with others, have a commitment to caring for the camp property, and live up to the standards of the Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp. $36,000/year & benefits including 401k, medical and dental insurance, and banking holidays. Onsite lodging available during cooking assignments. For full details please email Allan Cushing at Allan@mhkc.org or visit our website. (ACA Accredited)

 

SITE & FACILITIES

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN HEATING & PLUMBING - COLORADO
Snow Mountain Ranch in Granby, Colorado is looking for an experienced Maintenance Technician – Heating & Plumbing to join their Buildings & Grounds Department. This position is responsible for the upkeep and repair of heating and plumbing facilities, responding to guest and staff needs by performing a variety of tasks related to all aspects of repair and maintenance to existing facilities, and accurately entering data in the computerized work order and inventory system. All candidates must have working knowledge of residential and commercial type HVAC, and must promote a cooperative, positive, and problem-solving atmosphere at all times. This is a full-time, year-round, hourly position (BOE), with full benefits including health, dental, and life insurance, general vacation/PTO, participation in the YMCA Retirement plan (The Y contributes an additional 12% of your salary!), family membership, free Grand passes for skiing, golf, mountain biking, and free or discounted gear rentals. Learn more and apply or contact the Snow Mountain Ranch Human Resources Office at hrofficesmr@ymcarockies.org, 970-887-2152 ext. 4219. (ACA Accredited)

SITE MANAGER - CONNECTICUT
Silver Lake Conference Center is a year-round faith based outdoor ministry site located in Sharon, CT. This position is a vital part of a dynamic year round outdoor ministry team. The responsibilities include maintenance of all buildings and grounds: 5 winterized retreat buildings, two villages of summer camp cabins, 65 acres, as well as several vehicles and outbuildings. This is a year-round position: retreat seasons January through May and September through December with a busy summer camp season June, July and August. The ability to work independently with little supervision is a must. Overall management and supervision skills are necessary. Required experience includes various aspects of maintenance such as minor plumbing, electrical work, carpentry, repair, lawn mowing, tree cutting, etc. The ability to teach young summer staff people how to do the same is a plus. Applications, resumes, and inquires can be sent to SLCCJobs@sneucc.org. The at Job Description can be found online. (ACA Accredited)

GROUNDS/MAINTENANCE - SOUTH CAROLINA
Camp Bob Cooper - Summerton, SC. Maintenance Position. Duties: 1. Buildings a. Perform routine maintenance b. Complete improvements as needed c. Assist in the set-up and breakdown for functions held at the facility d. Maintain an inventory of all maintenance supplies and tools e. Assist in maintaining custodial needs of the site (trash, cleaning of storage areas, etc.) 2. Grounds a. Maintain the grounds via mowing, weed-eating and weed control b. Landscaping c. Operate and maintain equipment d. Complete improvements as needed 3. Maintaining fleet housed at Camp Bob Cooper including buses, vans, and cars (regular maintenance). 4. Perform special projects as assigned by the Site Director Requirements: • Experience in custodial, grounds keeping, and maintenance tasks • Knowledge of safety practices relevant to the area of employment • Ability to prioritize and make the optimal use of materials and equipment • Must work independently with little or no supervision • Requires frequent lifting of over 50 lbs., and occasional lifting of 100 lbs. Pay - $20,000 - $30,000 plus housing on site. Beau Mongold via email at gmongol@clemson.edu or by phone at 803-478-2105.  (ACA Accredited)

 

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OUTDOOR EDUCATION TEACHER - ALABAMA
Join us and be part of what students and teachers call "the best fieldtrip ever!" Nature's Classroom Atop Lookout Mountain is an ACA and AEE accredited outdoor education program at Riverview Camp in Mentone, Alabama. We are currently accepting applications for the Spring 2020 Semester (Feb-May). Teachers (bachelor's degree required) and Intern Teachers (must be 21, degree not required) work mostly with 3rd-7th grade student groups leading educational hikes, teaching hands-on classes, and facilitating team building activities. Other activities include: archery, canoeing, climbing tower, and the high ropes course. Staff contracts are by academic semester (spring/fall) and there is very little weekend work required. First semester Teachers start at $300/wk and Intern Teachers at $275/wk. In addition to salary, staff receives room and board, including: a private bedroom, meals, paid training, and use of Wi-Fi and laundry facilities. Other benefits include a location near excellent caving, climbing, mountain biking, hiking, whitewater paddling, and multiple state and national parks. To apply, e-mail your resume to natures@hiwaay.net and download the additional application materials on the employment page. (ACA Accredited)

* OUTDOOR EDUCATION & RETREATS INSTRUCTOR - MICHIGAN
Explore a career as an Outdoor Education & Retreats Program Instructor at YMCA Camp Manitou-Lin! The Y positively impacts lives all over the country and our community, giving you tremendous opportunities to make a difference. Come make a difference at YMCA Camp Manitou-Lin, founded in 1913 and located on 160 acres surrounding the beautiful Lake Barlow in Middleville, Michigan. The Outdoor Education & Retreats Program Instructor will implement and help to plan and supervise the outdoor education and retreat programs. This is a seasonal position beginning March 25. Compensation includes $53/day, room and board, and a YMCA of Greater Grand Rapids membership. Must be at least 18 years or older. Previous experience working with children is preferred. Documented training and experience in outdoor living skills and environmental education strongly preferred. The ideal applicant is self-motivated and able to work independently, enjoys working with students and adults outdoors, has a strong sense of integrity and personal responsibility, and is passionate about sharing the magic of camp with people of all background. CPR/First Aid certification provided. Apply online or email kbean@grymca.org for more information. (ACA Accredited)

EXPERIENTIAL EDUCATION FACILITATOR - NEW JERSEY
Seasonal (March 23-Nov 20, 2020) The Experiential Education Facilitator is responsible for the safe and effective implementation of the Princeton-Blairstown Center's (PBC) adventure-based experiential education curriculum at the Blairstown Campus. The Experiential Education Facilitator works predominantly on and around the Blairstown Campus. The Experiential Education Facilitator utilizes a youth development model that actively engages participants, supports them in achieving individual and group goals, and helps students increase their social emotional learning (SEL), environmental education, and 21st Century skills. Bachelor's Degree preferred, however experience in the field can be substituted. Develop, facilitate, and debrief adventure based/experiential education curriculum including adventure course, low and high ropes course, environmental education, rock climbing, hiking, canoeing/kayaking and swimming, and restoration programming designed to help students develop critical 21st Century skills and an appreciation for the natural world. More details and to apply or see our website. (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR - OREGON
The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) is seeking multiple Outdoor Science Instructors to teach outdoor science education in the field from February-early November. A limited number of short season, February-May or February-June positions are also available. Outdoor Science Instructors are responsible for teaching concept-based, natural science curriculum, utilizing a mix of outdoor and classroom settings to students (K-12) and adults. The outdoor learning experience is like none other; this is an opportunity to be a part of a team that makes a tangible difference in the local and global community. You'll be among some of the most dedicated, hard-working, and passionate outdoor professionals in the field. You'll teach a variety of classes during spring and fall outdoor school as well as run themed summer science and adventure camps. This position generally requires employees to live on site; room and board are provided. $71.50-$82.50 per day, plus Vacation, Holiday pay, Personal days, and Sick pay. Multiple work locations available, including Newport, OR, outside Fossil, OR and outside Tillamook, OR. Learn more and apply. (ACA Accredited)

GROUPS & EDUCATION PROGRAM STAFF - SOUTH CAROLINA
Come join us on the Mountain! Located on 1400 acres on top of the Blue Ridge Mountains, camp has some of the most beautiful views of any camp in the country. Share in the beauty and traditions that has made Camp Greenville a special place for over 100 years. You can be part of a dynamic team making an impact on all that we serve. The Groups & Education Program Staff is a unique position designed for a person who thinks creatively, can see the big picture, and is passionate about the Y, camping, and families. YMCA Camp Greenville is forming a team of creative Experiential Educators for our Fall/Spring Season. Camp Greenville's Resident Program Staff will be trained to teach curriculum developed on topics such as pond and forest ecology, orienteering, canoeing, astronomy and geology as well as lead and facilitate adventure-based activities including high ropes, rock climbing, bouldering, hiking, and group dynamics to children, youth and adults. Program staff positions are available starting February 17, 2020 - May 25, 2020. Apply online. Keyword search: Groups & Education Program Staff (ACA Accredited)

PROGRAM INSTRUCTOR - SOUTH CAROLINA
Do you love to work outside, have a sense of humor, and enjoy working with children? Spend a season in the sunny Carolinas as a Program Instructor with YMCA Camp Thunderbird! Located just south of Charlotte, NC on beautiful Lake Wylie, the Environmental Education Center and Conference & Retreat Program provide unique learning experiences for school groups and community groups. Instructors teach classes during the week for our Environmental Education Center, which sees over 10,000 school children each year. Our curriculum of over 20 classes range in topics from aquatic, forest, and wildlife ecology to astronomy, pioneer study, canoeing, teambuilding, and high ropes. Two evenings a week, instructors lead meals and evening programs. Compensation includes $274/week, staff housing, meals, a complimentary Charlotte YMCA membership, and a staff training period that offers CPR, first aid, and optional lifeguard certification. Instructors also work one weekend a month for our Conference & Retreat Program. Previous experience working with children is highly recommended. Positions available from mid-January to mid-May. To apply, email your cover letter, resume, and 4 references to Rachel D'Angio (rachel.dangio@ymcacharlotte.org). (ACA Accredited)

* OUTDOOR EDUCATION INSTRUCTOR - WASHINGTON
Camp Killoqua is a non-profit, residential camp in Western Washington, offering 1-5 day outdoor education trips for local schools. Our instructors lead groups of approximately 15-18 students in local forest, wildlife, and wetlands ecology, as well as recreation activities such as climbing wall, canoeing, archery, and outdoor living skills. Responsibilities also include leading songs and evening programs, hosting meals, kitchen duties, and some general site maintenance. All staff participate in a 7 day paid training covering all activities. Staff training also includes time to develop, research and personalize lesson plans. Schools provide their own cabin counselors (No overnight responsibilities). Staff typically work 5 days per week with most weekends off. Compensation is $300-$350 DOE per 5 day work week, plus room and board. Our spring season is March 10-June 6, 2020.  For more info or to apply please visit our website or email Emily Drew at edrew@campfiresnoco.org (ACA Accredited)

 

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* OUTDOOR EDUCATOR - NEW HAMPSHIRE AND MASSACHUSETTS
Job Title: Outdoor Education Instructor Position Type: Spring, Seasonal Salary: $90.00 daily (Room & Board Provided) Employment Dates: April 1, 2020 - June 6, 2020 Locations: Freedom, NH and Yarmouthport, MA. Website. Instructors deliver residential, 1-5-day environmental education programs to 4th - 8th grade students from New England schools. We focus on social and emotional learning, science and engineering skills, and adventure education. Desired Qualifications • 21 years of age or older. • Bachelor's degree in a related field or equivalent life experience (preferred but not required). • Passion for working outdoors and with youth. • Teaching experience/ experience working with youth. • Understands basic environmental science concepts and processes. • Ability to relate to students and peers in a positive, supportive manner. • Ability to communicate effectively with diverse audiences. • Willingness to take on tasks outside teaching to support the program. Please email a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to kerry@nhoutdoorclassroom.com (if interested in NH site) or anna@massoutdoorclassroom.com (if interested in MA site). (ACA Accredited)