January 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 = 22
Administration = 41
Food Services = 6
Site & Facilities = 3
Jobs in Fall/Winter/Spring = 10
Outside of Camp/Not Camp Related = 1

*New listings = 46
Total listings =


Pfeifer Kiwanis Camp is accepting applications for male and female counselors to begin immediately and go through July 31, 2019. We also have positions for 2019-20 that start 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 $13,732, 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)

WANTED, ALIVE: Magickeer Extraordinaire, for the Banishing of Monotony and the Fulfillment of Wishes DESCRIPTION: A part of Camp Augusta's imagination team, the Masters of Fun and Games are responsible for imagining, organizing, and creating interactive stories and games of legendary proportions. Prop wizards, design extraordinaires, and planning masterminds, they are often seen tinkering and scheming in their workshop, and outfitting counselors and campers with costumes and disguises. If not stopped, they will continue to organize camp wide fun, invent escape rooms, and be an integral member of the Camp Augusta community. The MFG was last seen wearing a wizard's robes, bursting out of their workshop throwing oatmeal and dodgeballs at anyone in range, and sharing the prophesied arrival of dragons. REWARD; To anyone able to present, alive, a Master of Fun and Games we offer: Fun - 3.5 weeks of staff training focused on child development and communication. Organic and freshly made food provided (with copious amounts of oatmeal reserved for throwing). www.campaugusta.org / applications@campaugusta.org / 530-265-3702 | Or add your interest here - https://goo.gl/forms/SEZ4S3FnEHbClnXK2

Come to the ROCKY MOUNTAINS - COLORADO! Do you have a passion for working with children? Do you love the outdoors? Are you an outgoing individual who enjoys having fun? Join our team of dedicated professionals in the beautiful Rocky Mountains for an experience of a lifetime. Camp Shady Brook, a branch of the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region, is a residential camp and retreat center located about 70 minutes northwest of Colorado Springs. We are currently searching for staff for the Spring and Summer 2019. The Program Coordinator assists the Associate Executive Director in providing quality programs that are safe, fun and encourage kids to grow and learn in a supportive environment. This position will help develop outdoor education programs for students and provide a high level of customer service to private retreat groups. This position will also assist in the supervision of shoulder season program staff, ensuring that program goals are met. To apply and for more information please visit www.campshadybrook.org (ACA Accredited)

Do you have a passion for working with children? Do you love the outdoors? Are you an outgoing individual who enjoys having fun? Join our team of dedicated professionals in the beautiful Rocky Mountains for an experience of a lifetime. Camp Shady Brook, a branch of the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region, is a residential camp and retreat center located about 70 minutes northwest of Colorado Springs. We are currently searching for staff for the Spring and Summer 2019. The Program Facilitator assists the Associate Executive Director and Program Coordinator in providing quality programs that are safe, fun and encourage kids to grow and learn in a supportive environment. This position will help facilitate outdoor education programs for students, and provide a high level of customer service to private retreat groups. For more information and to apply please visit www.campshadybrook.org (ACA Accredited)

Spend your summer teaching what matters most at Camp Ondessonk. We are a non-profit, Catholic youth camp providing rustic, outdoor experiences in an amazing natural setting. Serving thousands of campers on our 983-acre property near the Shawnee National Forest, our Adventure Camp programs cultivate appreciation of nature by immersing campers in the outdoors. Nearly every week focuses on a different outdoor or adventure discipline from rock-climbing to backpacking to mountain biking. Off-site trips to the Ozarks, Smokies, & more. The Adventure Unit Leader supervises 2-3 support staff & up to 12 campers age 12-17. Late May through first week of August. REQUIRED: Age 21+, ability to drive camp mini-bus, extensive leadership & backcountry living skills, previous experience leading others in a backcountry setting, summer camp/outdoor ed background, & First Aid/CPR/wilderness medicine certification. STRONGLY PREFERRED: Experience or certification in basic rock climbing/rappelling & swift water paddling, lifeguard certification, & WFR. Complete online application at www.ondessonk.com/summer-camp-staff-positions/ by February 15, 2019. Email greg.santen@ondessonk.com for more information.

(April-October 2019) flexible start date of May. Summer: Lead and oversee all climbing operations including setup & take-down of 50-foot climbing tower, 16-element 40-foot high ropes course, giant swing, zip-line, low ropes elements and teambuilding. Inspects condition of Challenge course daily, as well as weekly and monthly inspections. Supervises & evaluates ropes staff. Other duties: Coordinate with at least one partnership camp. Be on call at least one night/week. Spring/Fall: Coordinate retreats & be onsite contact for select groups. Serve as lead facilitator for all adventure programming with guests. Other Duties: climbing program development, evening programs, ropes maintenance. Spring: update lesson plans, set-up camp store and prep for staff training. Fall: coordinate with retreats, update curriculum, recruit retreat groups, assist with budgeting and with the rehiring of staff. Benefits: $335 per week with room/board. On-site laundry/internet. Qualifications: Must be organized, flexible, safety-conscious, have a strong knowledge of overnight camping and be over 21 years old. Experience in camp program areas (lifeguarding, high ropes, archery) is a plus. To apply: e-mail shelby_nichter@fwymca.org cover letter and resume. (ACA Accredited)

At Camp Tecumseh YMCA we are well aware of what the world is like today. We are interested in employing people that believe in many ways, our children are the key to a better world. We want staff that love to be with children and are committed to helping every camper learn and practice respect for both themselves, their community and the natural world. Camp Tecumseh is a camp with a Christian purpose. It is our desire that our attitudes and actions towards visiting groups reflect God's love for all. We believe that exposing youngsters to principles of leadership, group cooperation and environmental understanding is just as important as learning to canoe or to shoot an arrow. We believe that staff as well as campers can grow in these areas. We are currently seeking staff that have a desire to open the eyes of our guests to the power that the natural world can have on the growth and development of a child. We are seeking staff that have a commitment to serving our guests and providing a top notch camping experience for all. To apply, please fill out the online application at: https://camptecumseh.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App If you have any questions please feel free to email the Outdoor Education Director, Julianne Yost at julianney@camptecumseh.org
(ACA Accredited)

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)

(April-October 2019) flexible start date of May. Summer: Assist with training, supervision & evaluation of staff/lifeguards leading waterfront activities. Supervise in conjunction with OE Director all waterfront operations including swimming, boating & aqua jump. Maintain beach/boathouse and serve as a lifeguard when needed. Assist in day to day logistics & help coordinate all camp events. Must have staff supervision experience. OE Season: Lead waterfront activities such as canoeing & lake study, may also lead may also tree study, archery, compass, wetlands, etc. Other Duties: be on call at least one night a week, curriculum development, evening programs, program maintenance, open the beach for the year, assist budgeting and rehiring of staff. Benefits: $335/week with room/board. On-site laundry/ internet. Qualifications: Must be organized, flexible, comfortable speaking with parents, have a strong knowledge of overnight camping and be over 21 years old. Experience in camp program areas (lifeguarding, high ropes, archery) is a plus. Flexible start date. To apply: e-mail sean_diamond@fwymca.org cover letter and resume. (ACA Accredited)

Tim Horton Camp Kentahten, Campbellsville, KY - Community Leaders Program - Throughout the fall and spring, we welcome schools from low-income neighborhoods for two distinct four day, three night trips to camp. Students leave their school community to participate in camp experiences designed to develop life and leadership skills which provide the building blocks for youth engagement. Does this sound like you? • Post-secondary degree or diploma in recreation, outdoor/adventure education or a related field preferred • 2 years of experience working with children/youth of various abilities, preferably in an outdoor setting • Ability to exercise good judgement and professionalism interacting with schools and community groups • Demonstrated group facilitation skills • Skilled in behaviour management and problem solving • Current First Aid/CPR-C certification • Acceptable criminal background check • Ability to live on-site for an extended period of time and work flexible hours. Work Term - March 4, 2019 – May 11, 2019 – For more information or to apply please visit: www.thcfjobs.com. (ACA Accredited)

Camp Henry is seeking 3 to 4 fun-loving, hard-working, service oriented folks, preferably with previous camp staff experience, to join our camping ministry and serve as Program Specialists. These positions will begin between April 8th and 22nd and run through November 1st. Program Specialists will provide leadership in one of our key program areas, including: Horses, Environmental Education, High Adventure, Team Building, and Aquatics. 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 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)

YMCA Camp Mason, located on 450 wooded acres just adjacent to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in Northwest New Jersey, seeks individuals for positions teaching students outdoor, environmental and recreational activities. Naturalists have full-time schedules including weekends and evenings. Duties: Plan and teach outdoor education classes to groups of students; supervise outdoor recreation activities for visiting groups; curriculum development; maintain specialized outdoor education equipment; assist with cleaning and preparation of camp facilities; help maintain key hiking trails. Must be comfortable outdoors and familiar with outdoor recreation and natural sciences, and capable of supervising children. Must be 21 or older. First Aid, CPR and lifeguard training will be provided. Stipend paid for seasonal contract additional to fully paid room and board. $380-$420 per week. Evening program work pays an additional $15 per hour. Spring season runs from April 1 – June 16th, 2019. To apply submit cover letter and resume to Sara Davis, Outdoor Center Program Director at sara@campmason.org (ACA Accredited)

We are looking for highly motivated team members to deliver life-changing experiences. The Outdoor Center provides day and overnight programs that build real world ready students. This job is for you if: You like helping people, are cool under pressure and enjoy teaching new skills. You enjoy solving problems, taking on challenges and finding creative solutions. You stay focused, strive to be better, and learn from your mistakes. You enjoy learning new things. When things change, you know how to adapt. You're comfortable taking people through new experiences. You volunteer for new challenges without waiting to be asked. You strive to make a difference. To land this gig: Experience leading programs, preferably at a camp and/or adventure setting is preferred. Make sure we can see your experience in your cover letter and resume. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all positions are filled. Submit a cover letter, resume, and names of three references with contact information to: Carol Yard, Outdoor Center Director YMCA of the Pines, 1303 Stokes Road, Medford, NJ 08055 or email carol@ycamp.org. For more information visit ycamp.org. YMCA of the Pines is an equal opportunity employer. (ACA Accredited)

Love working with kids? Love being in the outdoors? YMCA Camp Weaver might have a great seasonal job 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 11th grades, our Outdoor Education program revolves around teaching kids natural science through experiential learning, helping to create the leaders of tomorrow. The spring season begins mid-March through mid-May, with the potential opportunity to stay through November! Salary is $300/week, plus housing. Meals are available when groups are on-site. Housing is provided with full bathrooms, a full kitchen, and laundry facilities. Please submit a cover letter and resume to Ryan.Carr@ymcagreensboro.org. Resumes are being taken until February 28th. (ACA Accredited)

NC State University's Penn 4-H Center is seeking instructors for our spring school programs season: February 25-May 24, 2019 with opportunities for continued employment in our summer camp and fall programs. We provide 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/108370 . For more info contact Kyle Shillinglaw at kyle_shillinglaw@ncsu.edu or 336-349-9445/ bjpenn4h.org (ACA Accredited)

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

The Eastern 4-H Center is owned and operated by NC State University. We are located on Bulls Bay in Columbia, NC, which is an hour from the Outer Banks. We are seeking Temporary Program Staff who will be responsible for the delivery of assigned programming, assist with food service, housekeeping, grounds keeping, other guest services, and on call responsibilities. All applicants must undergo and pass a background check screening, which is conducted by NC State University. This is a seasonal position that ends in late May with possibilities for continued employment with our summer camp and fall program seasons. Room and some board are provided. Salary is $300 per week. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and you must enjoy working outside and working with all ages. If you are interested, please fill out an application by going to: https://jobs.ncsu.edu/postings/107891 (ACA Accredited)

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. Our Outdoor Educators lead groups of students in activities including day and night hikes, nature center tours, team building activities, hands on classes, our living history program, and also contribute to evening programs, meals, and general program execution. Applicants should have a sincere interest in teaching youth, a BA/BS or experience working with children. Individuals from all major areas of study are encouraged to apply. Instructors do not supervise students in the dorms and instead live in our staff house on site which includes a full kitchen, laundry, and WiFi. Salary starts at $280/week as well as room and board. Dates are March 3 - May 31, 2019. Interested individuals should apply online at http://ohioffa.org/camp/natures-classroom/employment-natures-classroom/. Contact Jody or River, Program Directors at ncdirector@ohioffa.org or 330.627.2208 with questions. For more information about Ohio FFA Camp Muskingum visit us at www.ffacamp.com or on Facebook. (ACA Accredited)

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 Spring Season runs mid-February through May 24th. 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)

Camp Fire Central Puget Sound, based out of Seattle, WA, is looking for a dynamic Program Coordinator to join our team. The Program Coordinator will work on a daily basis to build relationships with youth, adult volunteers and parents in our programs, to implement Council programs within our organizational mission, and to actively recruit new youth participants and adult volunteers. During the summer months, this position will serve an active role in creating a fun, engaging, and supportive environment for our youth and volunteers at our Day Camp sites. The Program Coordinator will work with a variety of youth and programs, including Day Camps in the summer, school year camping weekends or retreats, Teen Leadership programming, or out-of-school time programming. Please learn more about this position and how to apply on our website at https://campfireseattle.org/job/program-coordinator/. (ACA Accredited)

Edwards YMCA Camp is looking for several outgoing and hardworking people interested in exploring the exciting fields of Camp or Outdoor Education for the rest of the 2019 school year. This job places a strong emphasis on Environmental Education, High Adventure, Outdoor Recreation, and Team-building. While programming is the primary focus, staff will also gain valuable experience in all facets of camp operation including maintenance, housekeeping, and office administration. Candidates should be willing to work a busy schedule, be capable of working with a diverse guest base of both children and adults, have a passion for teaching in and about the natural world, have a positive attitude and enjoy having fun! Season begins March 1st and runs until early June with opportunities to continue to the 2019-2020 school year. Shared housing is provided with private rooms for the duration of your employment. Other job benefits include meals while guests are here, free YMCA membership, and $600 paid bi-weekly. Full job description at www.campedwards.org/staff/employment-opportunities Send your resume and cover letter to Mike Rutenbar mrutenbar@campedwards.org and Ali Eisenman aeisenman@campedwards.org (ACA Accredited)

This is a Shipboard Role. Responsibilities: Interact with/supervise children ages 3-12 in entertaining environment. Provide set-up, clean-up and support during facilitated activities onboard and on Castaway Cay. Clean youth spaces; uphold USPH standards.  Greet guests; could assist with check in/out process. Prep food trays for children. Facilitate activities to groups, requiring use of a microphone. Ensure secured programming policies are followed. Help with island rentals, beach set-up/clean-up, and activities on Castaway Cay. Comply with company policies/procedures, and ship rules/regulations. Participate in Emergency Duties. Basic Qualifications: Minimum 2 years recent experience in a high-volume, fast-paced recreational/camp setting with children. Ability to command attention of large groups. Be at least 20 years of age. Be able to speak, read and write fluent English. Willingness to live and work onboard ships. Be able to work a 7-day, 70-84 hour week with limited time off. Adhere to Disney appearance guidelines. Agree to share a cabin. Preferred Qualifications: Schooling in recreation, education, or related. Bi-lingual in Spanish and/or Portuguese. Experience working with special needs children. To apply, click here: https://jobs.disneycareers.com/job/shipboard/youth-activities-counselor/391/10280150?cid=12345



Camp Lee Christian Retreat Center is seeking a dynamic year-round Programs/Operations Director. Camp Lee is open year-round and is located on 382 beautiful acres in Anniston, Alabama. The Programs/Operations Director is responsible for the daily operations of the camp recreation programs, and the leading and supervising of our program, kitchen and maintenance department. We are seeking a person with previous camp experience, adventure recreation experience and have experience with swimming pool operations. Experience should include Zip Lines, Climbing Walls, Group Initiatives programming and Life Guard certification. Candidate must also have lawn maintenance, general carpentry, electrical, and plumbing experience. As a Christian role model for staff and participants, candidate must be positive and passionate about the overnight camp and retreat experience. A Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience is required. Camp Lee offers a competitive base salary, possible on-site housing, health and retirement benefits and paid vacation. Part-time employment opportunity may be available to a spouse member. www.camplee.org Send resume to Camp Director, 70 Camp Lee Main Road, Anniston, AL, 36207 or e-mail director@camplee.org. (ACA Accredited)

Digital Media Academy, a leading education company in the U.S., is seeking an experienced camp professional to serve as the Director of its flagship technology-based camp at Stanford University. This camp location operates 9 weeks of summer program, serving over 2,700 campers, ages 7-17, per season. Founded in 2002 at Stanford University, Digital Media Academy's core business is developing and running technology camps for domestic and international youth and teens at prestigious universities across North America. The Stanford University Camp Director is responsible for the development and management of the overall camp experience, human resources for this location, logistics, marketing support and strategic operations of the Stanford University summer camp, and other Bay Area year-round programs. They will further the mission of Digital Media Academy through the planning and delivery of staff training, oversight of program implementation and delivery of excellent client service. Senior-level management and supervisory experience in organized camps is essential. Full-time with benefits. For a full job description visit jobs.digitalmediaacademy.org/corporate-positions-current/ Send resume to sari@digitalmediaacademy.org.

The Laurel Foundation, (http://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 resident and day camp programs. QUALIFICATIONS: The position requires a minimum of 21 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. Additional administrative and program experience working with HIV/AIDS and transgender population. Candidate must be ambitious with outstanding organizational, human relations and programming skills. SALARY: $35,000-$50,000 (Based on experience). 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 a cover letter, resume and salary history to Jobs@Laurel-Foundation.org  Information: Laurel-Foundation.org/jobs (ACA Accredited)

The Pacific Southwest Region of the Disciples of Christ is looking for our next Manager of our beloved Loch Leven Camp. The Camp Manager is responsible for managing the human, natural, and financial resources of Loch Leven. We are in a period of transition and expansion and the CM will be responsible for prioritizing and managing projects in addition to operations. Loch Leven operates year-round with accommodations for 150+ guests. We are in the foothills of the San Bernardino mountains on 160 acres at 3900' elevation. Loch Leven serves populations from within and without the faith community. Our Mission is to be an intentionally accessible and hospitable meeting place where all guests enjoy fellowship and spiritual renewal. We actively promote conservation, preservation and appreciation of Loch Leven's unique environmental and and historical resources. For the members of the Christian Church (DOC), Loch Leven exists to further the mission of the PSWR by providing facilities and programming which create a place of wholeness of church, a place to deepen one's relationship with God, to renew oneself, and create new relationships. For more information, see our job description at: http://lochleven.org/ or Indeed.com (ACA Accredited)

YMCA of the East Bay has an exciting opportunity for an executive director to lead Camp Loma Mar, an ACA accredited 240-bed camp and conference facility serving youth from ages 7–17, families and school groups. Camp Loma Mar is near Half Moon Bay and 10 miles inland from the Pacific Ocean in norther California. All cabins have electricity and heat with easy access to newly renovated restrooms with hot showers. There is a beautiful new Dining Hall and a spacious 3-bedroom Director's Home. You will serve as a hands-on leader to ensure the successful operations of all resident camping and outdoor enrichment programs including program development, volunteer recruitment, staff leadership, community relations, collaborations, budgeting, fundraising and financial results. The Y is seeking an energetic and creative leader with a vision for growth and innovation to lead and shape camp program development. The ED will supervise a summer Camp Director and other seasonal and year-round leaders. Excellent compensation package offered. Experienced candidates should submit resume, cover letter and salary requirements by 1/31/19 to: Kelley Maltais YMCA of the East Bay 2330 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612 kmaltais@ymcaeastbay.org (ACA Accredited)

Summer at Santa Catalina is a highly successfully residential and day summer program for girls from age 8 to age 14 (entering grade 3 to entering grade 9) that typically attracts more than 205 girls from across the United States and internationally. Santa Catalina School seeks an experienced, highly-creative, professional to provide outstanding leadership and successful innovation to Summer at Santa Catalina and to join our Upper School admission team, as an Admission Associate, during the fall recruiting season. The desired candidate will have demonstrated commitment to the education of young women and the ability to direct a residential and day summer program that will attract, inspire, and retain campers and their families. For more information and to apply, please visit our website: www.santacatalina.org/employment and select the application.

Hey you! Yep, I see you daydreaming about a job that's as fulfilling as it is fun. I see you longing for a place that loves children, and beyond that, loves their staff so much that they offer them 3.5 weeks of training deeply informed by the latest research in Non-Violent Communication, developmental psychology and intentional leadership. You're wanting a role that balances supporting staff, nurturing campers and letting your inner child get wild in an oatmeal fight. You want a place where your skills as a logistical powerhouse and expert balloon animal artist can shine together. You have a life-mission, burning within your heart like a lighthouse on the shore - you seek to uplift and be uplifted by those around you. You're confident, responsible, effective and passionate - you're quirky, thoughtful, self-assured and playful. You're another star in the constellation of Augusta, and we've been searching for you. Pick up the phone, call us up, we have a laugh...and together we discover if we fit each other like Silverstein's missing piece. www.campaugusta.org | applications@campaugusta.org | 530-265-3702 | Or add your interest here - http://campaugusta.org/staff/staff-app/staff-interest-form/ - we'll get in touch super quickly :)

A mentor of mentors, you have journeyed through the wilderness for some time now, seeking a new place to call home. You know the unique combination of grit, joy, and dedication needed to traverse mountain passes, guiding and inspiring youth in the backcountry. The trails and trials have illuminated parts of yourself that you are keen to share with others. For your next quest, you are looking to mentor fellow guides, equipping them with the tools to confidently journey with campers through the Northern California wild, climbing over mountains, navigating rapids on raft trips, and supporting horse-packing trips, with a sprinkle of summer camp magic for good measure. Our Wilderness Trips Coordinator will thrive on supporting wilderness trippers and planning adventures with an eye for detail and safety so our trips to leave and return with simplicity and ease. You will also get to participate in our main summer camp programs - from ropes courses to oatmeal fights and oh so much more! Eager to help grow our burgeoning program? We'd love to hear from you! www.campaugusta.org | applications@campaugusta.org | 530-265-3702 | Or add your interest here - http://campaugusta.org/staff/staff-app/staff-interest-form/ - we will get in touch super quickly

Hidden Villa is seeking a qualified candidate to manage our Youth Development program (grades 6-12) during our fall/winter/spring seasons and supervise our Day Camp programs (grades TK-9) during our summer season. Throughout the school year, this position will conduct/oversee programs and teach curriculum including: Sustainable Agriculture, Nature & Wilderness, and Challenge Ropes Course. They will hire, train, and manage Youth Development staff/intern/volunteers as well as help onboard, train, and manage Day Camp staff. This position manages the physical/emotional risks and safety for all Youth Development programs, assumes leadership in emergency situations, and the management and facilitation of ropes course during the school year. This person will hold basic knowledge of ACA standards and support the Camp Director during the accreditation process. They will work collaboratively with the Youth Programs team to implement high quality, experiential education that aligns with Hidden Villa's mission, furthers the strategic plan, and achieves established program goals. For full job description and to apply, visit https://www.hiddenvilla.org/programs/catalog/214-youth-development-program-manager-day-camp-manager/region-HV/ (ACA Accredited)

Roundup River Ranch, part of the Serious Fun Children's Network, offers free, medically-supported camp experiences for children with serious illnesses and their families. The Camper Recruiter helps facilitate the attendance of campers in identified pediatric condition groups through outreach and awareness; collaboration with partners; production and distribution of applications and informational materials; communication with campers, parents and health professionals; and coordination with camp program and medical staff. The Camper Recruiter is the primary point of contact between Roundup River Ranch and the campers and their families when camp is not in session. Medical administrative experience preferred. Requires high attention to detail; professional communication skills and ability to handle confidential and sensitive information. Excellent computer and database management skills required. Must be a team player & passionate about our Mission. Offering a competitive benefits package. For more information about Roundup River Ranch and to apply, please visit www.RoundupRiverRanch.org. Interested Applicants should attach a cover letter and resume to their application. (ACA Accredited)

Y Camp at Horsethief Reservoir is located 10 miles east of Cascade, Idaho on 415 acres of rugged wilderness at the south end of Horsethief Reservoir. 400 yards of spectacular waterfront along the two-mile long reservoir provide us with room for swimming, canoeing, paddle boarding, and fishing, and we operate a high ropes course and one-of-a-kind, Idaho-shaped climbing tower as our high adventure activities. In addition to our traditional camp programs, Y Camp at Horsetheif Reservoir hosts Outdoor Education for 5th and 6th graders, corporate retreats and conferences, team building, weddings, and more. YMCA Camp at Horsethief Reservoir is hiring a Summer Camp Director and Programs Director. These positions are responsible for administering the total operations assigned camp programs, overseeing the safe management of programs, facilities and program areas, volunteer and staff development, and financial development. These are full-time, year-round positions. Must be able to work in excess of 40 hrs/week and live on property during programs. For full descriptions, visit https://treasurevalleyymca.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=listings&portalID=27585 or email Alli at jobs@ymcatvidaho.org 208.344.5502 x209

Location: Boise, Idaho Salary range: $35,000 – $45,000 + travel and phone stipend. Start date: January 14, 2019 (negotiable) Job Description: The Volunteer Director at Idaho Diabetes Youth Programs (IDYP) manages the recruitment and deployment of volunteers, who play a critical role in IDYP's camp (Camp Hodia) and other programs for children, teens, and young adults with type 1 diabetes in Idaho. The Volunteer Director recruits and manages volunteers, tracks their performance, and creates and manages special projects. This is a full-time position. We anticipate that 2/3 of the time will be spent in the office during regular business hours and 1/3 during the evenings and weekends. The position reports to the Executive Director. Individuals who meet or exceed the position requirements and have an interest in joining our team should submit a cover letter and resume to lisa1@hodia.org. Position will remain open until filled. For more information about Idaho Diabetes Youth Programs visit www.hodia.org (ACA Accredited)

JCC Chicago's Assistant Director, Programming is responsible for working with the Director, City Camps on all planning, implementation and oversight of all areas of programming for our five City Camps and serve as the summer Site Director for the Apachi Hyde Park day camp. Successful candidates will have a Bachelor's Degree in Education, Recreation or related; 4+ years leadership and supervisory experience in a camping environment; demonstrated success building new and expanding upon existing programs; the ability to demonstrate and lead with JCC Chicago's Four Core Values: Self-Leadership and Accountability, Creativity and Innovation, Teamwork and Collaboration, and Customer Service. Learn more & apply at https://www.jccchicago.org/about/careers. (ACA Accredited)

‘Z' Frank Apachi J Camp is located on our beautiful 10-acre campus in Northbrook. With large green spaces, manicured athletic fields, shaded areas and shelters, it's the ideal place for 600+ kids who love to play, create and explore. Our camp features air-conditioned spaces, two large heated outdoor pools, an outdoor cooking classroom, arts and crafts studio, adventure tree, boating, tennis court, a climbing wall and more. The Director Elect of 'Z' Frank Apachi is a position that will transition over time. To start, the Director Elect will work with the current Director of Northbrook Camps to lead 'Z' Frank Apachi Day Camp and ultimately take over complete oversight and responsibility for the planning and implementation of the camp's robust Jewish programming and community building that provide campers and families with unlimited opportunities in a safe and nurturing environment. To learn more and apply, visit https://www.jccchicago.org/careers/director-elect-z-frank-apachi-day-camp. (ACA Accredited)

For over 100 years, members of the Indianapolis community have enjoyed a diverse range of services for all ages and interests at the JCC Indianapolis. With recreational, educational and social programs and facilities that include a fitness center, water park, therapy pool, early childhood education center, art gallery, indoor tennis center, basketball courts and more, you can't help but find something to love at the JCC Indianapolis. The Director of Camp JCC is responsible for the planning, implementation and supervision of our day camp and “school out” related programs. This position provides overall leadership, direction, supervision and accountability for our day camp and school's out/school break programming and more. We are seeking an exceptional leader and team player with excellent interpersonal and organizational skills, a strong educational and camp background, as well as a strong background in management and teambuilding with experience working with children and youth. The ideal candidate is someone who has the vision and motivation to make a difference in the lives of the children, parents, volunteers and staff with whom they will work. For more information, visit www.jccindy.org

Wildwood Outdoor Education Center is seeking a full-time Program Manager. This new position focuses on managing fall and spring outdoor school/rental programs, implementation of the Bio-Inspired MakerSpace program, and assisting the Director of Operations with leadership of summer camp program. We offer 100% paid employee health insurance, an annual salary of $18,000 to $22,000, and private on-site housing and utilities (heat, water, electricity). We are located south of Louisburg, KS, and the position requires the applicant to live onsite. Work hours are variable and will require evening and weekend hours as needed for groups and summer programs. This position requires at least 2 seasons of management experience at a sleepaway camp. Candidate must have strong skills in supervising staff, creating schedules, providing excellent customer service, and creating outcomes-based curriculum. Candidates with experience in environmental education, aquatics, and ropes courses are preferred. A Bachelor's degree is preferred, but not required. Full description of position can be found here: https://wildwoodctr.org/about-us/jobs/ To apply, email your résumé to Laura Jernigan, Director of Operations, at Laura@WildwoodCTR.org. (ACA Accredited)

Summer at the Y inspires well-balanced, healthy youth development. Children unlock new skills, discover new interests, celebrate new achievements, and share all of these character-building experiences with new friends. For Y campers, it adds up to summer fun. For us, it means they feel safe, happy, supported, and loved – the building blocks of a healthy community, for a better us. The Y in Central Maryland is looking for an Associate Executive Director, Camp Services to help create the best summer ever! The Associate Executive Director, Camp Services is responsible for the coordination of camp operations across multiple camp sites, providing support to Y Centers and supervision to the off-site locations, while demonstrating YMCA core values of caring, honesty, respect and responsibility in oversight to quality, revenue growth, talent acquisition and retention, P/L management, philanthropy and volunteer relations. Interested applicants can apply online https://ymaryland.org/careers. (ACA Accredited)

The YMCA of Metropolitan Washington is accepting resumes for the position of Executive Director at YMCA Camp Letts Residential Camp. We are searching for an individual with expansive experience operating all facets of a traditional year-round residential camp. The ideal candidate is a forward-thinking leader who will assist in the management of all aspects of the business and program operations of the branch. Must have bachelor's degree in Business Administration/Human Services or equivalent experience and 5 years progressively responsible executive operations management experience. YMCA or non-profit experience preferred. To apply, submit your cover letter, resume, and salary requirement to: Nicole.harrison@ymcadc.org insert “CampLetts” in the email subject line. (ACA Accredited)

Christodora, a 122 year-old non-profit organization, announces an exciting opportunity for a vibrant leader in outdoor/environmental education to join our team at the Manice Education Center (MEC), located in a pristine outdoor setting in the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts. MEC annually serves approximately 850 youth with an array of residential programs focusing on environmental education, leadership training, and wilderness expeditions ranging from 3-day field trips for NYC schools to 1-3 week summer camping programs. Engaging as a key team member, the Assistant Director (AD) brings a high level of positive energy while providing effective leadership for daily operations at the Manice Education Center. Responsibilities include staff trainings and empowering and supporting 12-15 outdoor educators to deliver effective hands-on activities in environmental education, leadership, and wilderness exploration. The AD creates and organizes various program schedules, helps to write and implement educational activities, as well as plans for Center wide activities and events. For full job post see: www.christodora.org/work

Guard Up runs STEM/STEAM summer camps and adventures where kids are heroes in a live, interactive story that involves battling monsters with foam swords and NERF blasters and solving mysteries. Wizards & Warriors Camp: www.SwordSummercamp.com and Zombie Summer Camp: www.ZombieSummerCamp.com We are looking for a full time, year round Manager to help manage our facilities and staff, develop our summer camp program, spread the word about our adventures, and who likes to work in a castle. We also happen to be the largest sword fighting facility in North America. Previous staff management experience (interviewing, hiring, training, etc.) required as well as the ability to work evenings and 1 weekend day are a requirement. Must also have experience working with a CRM or other client relationship management software and be passionate about working with and developing with kids (we call them Heroes). Housing is not provided in off-season, in-season housing provided. Onsite interview required. No experience in swordsmanship or NERF blasters necessary - we can train you. Why? 'Cuz... zombies. Apply at: https://guardup.com/employment-info/manager-education-adventures. Also, for a great NPR article about us: https://ww2.kqed.org/mindshift/20

IKUS Life Enrichment Services, parent company of Indian Trails Camp (ITC), is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing individuals with disabilities an enriched life experience through recreation, advocacy and meaningful relationships. With a remarkable facility that brings adaptive recreation to the lives of each camper, ITC offers a barrier-free camp setting with state of the art facilities, in which those with disabilities can participate in all manner of activities. It is a place filled with fun, recreation, friendship and acceptance. Campers learn perseverance, teamwork and self-reliance. The Respite/Summer Camp Director will provide leadership and management of respite and summer camp programs including but not limited to hiring staff, developing and facilitating staff trainings and programs. This position lives on-site year-round and ensures delivery of ITC programming goals in keeping with mission, vision, culture, and strategy. This also includes ensuring that all State of Michigan Licensing regulations and continued success of ACA accreditation processes are followed. Considerable compensation benefits package commensurate with experience, including on-site housing. For more information please contact Kenny Polzin at kpolzin@ikuslife.org. (ACA Accredited)

The Gateway Region YMCA is accepting applications for Vice President of YMCA of the Ozarks to oversee the total operation of Trout Lodge and Camp Lakewood. Including: operational leadership, volunteer and staff development, financial development and growing camp's participation/retention along with increasing the conference center's use by building strong community relations throughout the region. The ideal candidate will possess a strong growth and entrepreneurial mindset. Must demonstrate successful experience in executing growth strategies, sales process and generating top line revenues. Preferably, this would be in camps, recreation facilities, resorts, event planning or hotel/conference center management. Will also need to demonstrate success in developing major gifts, planned gifts and board development. The Gateway Region YMCA is a Drug Free Workplace and is committed to the policy of Equal Opportunity prohibiting discrimination in employment because of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, sexual orientation, political affiliation, age, genetic information, disability or veteran status. Salary: $100,000 - $110,000. Open Until January 21, 2019. For more info & to Apply: https://www.gwrymca.org/careers-y (ACA Accredited)

Happiness Is Camping for children with cancer is looking for an experienced, and energetic overall camp assistant. We are located in beautiful Northwest New Jersey. Responsibilities include assisting the Camp Director during summer camp in the role of our Program Director. During the spring and fall you will assist with the numerous groups that utilize our facility. Must have previous camp experience and certification, or the ability to become certified in life guarding and/or ropes courses. This is a great place to work. Housing on site is provided without charge. Meals are also included during the season. Salary range is between $450.00-$525.00 per week depending on certification and experience. Please email resume and cover letter to Rich Campbell, Executive Director, rich@happinessiscamping.org A summer here can change your life forever. www.happinessiscamping.org (ACA Accredited)

Ghost Ranch Education and Retreat Center, Abiquiu, NM is seeking a new resident Executive Director to bring energy and a deep passion for carrying out our mission. The Executive Director is a highly visible, strong and inspiring leader to the guests and staff of Ghost Ranch. You will be responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors. Interested persons are asked to provide a resume / CV and a cover letter. Cover letter should address: What excites you personally about the position of Executive Director of Ghost Ranch and how what have you done professionally to demonstrate that you are a strong and inspiring leader? Position Description available here: https://www.ghostranch.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/GR-ED-Job-Description-FINAL-2.pdf This position is a resident position. Applications will be accepted through January 20, 2019. For questions, or to apply, contact Pam Harris at edsearch@ghostranch.org

The Fresh Air Fund, a not-for-profit organization, operates 5 sleepaway camps in Fishkill, NY where 3,000 campers from underserved communities in NYC participate in our free summer programs. We are hiring a full-time Adventure Programs Coordinator that will manage a series of projects as well as provide administrative support to the Camping Department. The Program Coordinator will work at The Fresh Air Fund's Sharpe Reservation site in Fishkill, New York. The primary focus for the Coordinator role will be to lead The Fund's high and low ropes courses and ensure the safety and exceptional experience of The Fund's team building program and high and low ropes courses. Qualifications include: Bachelor's Degree in an environmental-related field, environmental science, outdoor recreation, biology, etc. required. Minimum of two years working at an environmental center, camp or other related facility. ACCT Level 2 or Course Manager Experience, or equivalent experience preferred. For a detailed job description, visit: http://www.freshair.org/work-in-nyc. Interested candidates should email a resume and cover letter to: Michael Clarke, mclarke@freshair.org. (ACA Accredited)

Exciting opportunity for a full-time, camp professional to become the Assistant Director of Camp Jacobson, a traditional day camp located in Old Westbury. We are currently seeking a full-time, year-round assistant director for Camp Jacobson. Applicant must be enthusiastic, passionate, creative, detail-oriented and most of all, love camp! Must like working in a team environment with a dedicated group of camp professionals. Please send your resume to paulisserles@sjjcc.org. Competitive Salary and Benefits. (ACA Accredited)

Beansprouts Day Camp & Afterschool is seeking an experience Camp Director to join our dedicated team. This is a full-time, year-round position with a comprehensive benefits package. This role is for you if you: - Want to have a positive influence in children's lives. - Have at least 1 to 2 yrs of related experience at an established day camp or after school program. - Have previous experience planning and executing indoor/outdoor games, activities, and trips (coaching experience is a plus!) - Are athletic, creative, patient, energetic, organized, responsible and can think on your feet! - Want to share/grow your skills in measuring and enhancing the quality of program activities. - Have a successful track record in promoting awareness of programs through thoughtful and targeted marketing and community engagement. - Have the ability to lead and build rapport with children, families, and staff. - Are tech savvy and prefer to find ways to manage information efficiently. Work hours: Camp - 8am to 6pm; Afterschool - 10:30am to 6:30pm. Location: Brooklyn, NY. To learn more about us https://www.beansproutsdaycamp.com/ Please send your resume to careers@sproutsbk.com and note Camp Director in the subject line. We look forward to meeting you!

>Manage all aspects of day camp oversight including strategic planning and visioning, marketing and recruitment, staff hiring and development, finance, fundraising, year-round engagement of camp community members, and board development. Scope of influence includes hundreds of campers and families, full-time and part-time staff, and the communities of Commonpoint Queens (Samuel Field Y, Central Queens Y), Friedberg JCC, and The Suffolk Y JCC. Oversee, lead, and establish Jewish mission and vision for a brand-new day camp program that will combine and reinvent current programs of three different JCC's. Develop and maintain relationships with myriad stakeholders. Plan, track, and expand program budget in partnership with executive leadership. Recruit, lead, and develop high performing, year-round team of associate directors and seasonal camp staff. Ensure ongoing programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation and training, and consistent quality of communications and systems. Facilitate the work of an active governing board composed of professional and voluntary leaders. Actively work on fundraising and grant development. Master's degree and • 5+ years of relevant Jewish camp directing experience. For more information please email vdowney@commonpointqueens.org (ACA Accredited)

Frost Valley YMCA is located in the heart of the Catskills, 2 hours from New York City. We are looking for a coordinator to work with the 250 schools and 18,000 teachers/students who come with our Outdoor Ed and Teambuilding groups throughout the school year. The ideal candidate will possess a passion for working with a very diverse audience helping them develop connections with others, within themselves and with the outdoors. The SPTMB Coordinator primary responsibilities include working with teachers/group leaders to plan and host their students' trips to Frost Valley as well as supervising and developing teaching staff. Other duties may include overnight on call, facilitation of programs, and program development. Ideally, this candidate will possess experience supervising staff in the arenas of outdoor/environmental education, ropes courses or group work. Preferred skills/experience would include program development, ability to train and develop staff, ability to problem solve, great customer service, effective written and oral communication, and the desire to inspire a sense of wonder. Send resume/cover letter to Brett Tillman at btillman@frostvalley.org. Check out http://frostvalley.org for more info and a full description. (ACA Accredited)

Camp Hanes is looking for a visionary leader to honor rich traditions (est. 1927) and continue moving forward to meet the evolving needs of future generations. Ideal candidate is a strong relationship builder who embraces our Christian mission and is committed to serving all people, and has a proven track record of program development; financial development, including capital projects; internal and external collaborations and partnerships; budgeting and financial management; board and staff leadership and development; and developing facilities and amenities from the ground up. Also required is a Bachelor's degree and 6+ years of resident camp management, preferably YMCA, or equivalent combination of education and experience; and significant experience with ACA accreditation. In 2018, Camp served 3200 youth in resident and day camps, and 11,800 participants in outdoor ed, conference and retreat. Camp has an operating budget of $2.58M and annual campaign of $308K. In the last year, there has been significant capital reinvestment, resulting in a number of enhanced and new amenities. $80-95K salary, with a comprehensive benefits package (does not include housing). Apply at https://ymcanwnc.org/about-us/careers/ by 1/18/19 (ACA Accredited)

Camp Wise, the nationally recognized Jewish overnight camp of the Mandel JCC of Cleveland is expanding our year-round team to carry out our 2020 vision. Camp Wise, known as the Home of Happiness, has been providing meaningful, life-changing opportunities for kids to learn and grow alongside each other for over 111 summers on our 325-acre wooded campsite and private lake. We are now seeking candidates who have a passion for excellence, are hardworking, outgoing, and can serve as a strong, positive role model for children and staff – we strongly encourage you to apply to join the Camp Wise leadership team. The Assistant Director is part of the year-round professional camp management team that creates a vision for, designs, and implements the Camp Wise experience for campers, camper families, staff members, and alumni. The Assistant Director assists in the overall management of camper program and the year-round camper experience, staff training and development, budget supervision, and marketing. For our complete job description, please visit https://mandeljcc.applicantpro.com/jobs/961989.html (ACA Accredited)

We are Recreation Unlimited Farm and Fun (Recreation Unlimited), a 501(c)3 not-for profit organization serving individuals with physical and developmental disabilities and health concerns. We offer our campers all of the traditional camp programs (high ropes, aquatics, sports etc.). The only difference is that we may have to adapt the program and/or the equipment so campers can participate to their fullest. We are searching for a year round Program Coordinator to help make that happen. Primary responsibilities will be to: 1) develop programs & schedules offered to our campers, 2) lead & manage the staff facilitating those activities. The successful candidate must be at least 21, have a valid driver's license, be able to work nights & weekends, and be able to obtain certification in: Archery, High Ropes, & Lifeguard. Preference will be given to those with a Bachelors (or higher degree) and/or experience working with people with disabilities. This position offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits including; medical, retirement, paid personal/sick/vacation days, and room & board while camp is in session. For more information or to submit your resume, please email: clink@recreationunlimited.org (ACA Accredited)

We are ready to add a new member to our Camp team! Camp Fire Columbia is seeking a Resident Camp Director who is committed to providing an exciting and memorable experience for campers and their families. Camp Namanu was founded in 1924 and we are about to embark on our 96th Summer. Our program accommodates over 1500 Campers, from 1st – 12th Grade during 7-8 weeks of programming at our 552 acres site in Sandy, Oregon. Campers enjoy a range activities from the High Ropes Challenges Course and Horse Riding at our Ranch property, to Swimming, Archery and Hiking throughout our many trails. Our Resident Camp Director will hire, train and work with a team of 75+ Youth Development professionals to ensure campers have a magical experience at Camp Namanu. This position will also work with the Camp team to plan and deliver various events throughout the year such as Family Camp, Autumn Fest and Spring Fling, giving Families the opportunity to experience the magic of Namanu throughout the year. Salary is Dependent upon experience + Full range of benefits. Three consecutive years as a year-round Camp Director and three or more years supervising a diverse staff are required. Apply here: https://campfirecolumbia.hiringthing.com (ACA Accredited)

Employer: GIRL SCOUTS WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA - Location: Camp Redwing As a member of the Outdoor Program Team, you will coordinate, and support outdoor girl program opportunities which provide a high-quality experience and are girl-driven, girl-focused, and customized to address and meet the needs and interests of girls. Essential Duties & Responsibilities: •provide support to the Outdoor Experience Team; •design and host programs and events for girls and volunteers; •ensure groups are welcomed and accommodated; •provide superior service and support to customers;  •coordinate work, supplies and materials for summer staff; •implement summer camp programming as needed; Position Specifications & Qualifications: •experience in youth development and outdoor programming required; •field based position with travel required throughout assigned area; •based at Camp Redwing in Butler County but will travel to other camps as needed; •certified in canoeing, archery, & lifeguarding OR willing to get certified;  •non-traditional work hours to include days, evenings and weekends; •Full-time position; •must have reliable transportation; Email resume to: recruiting@gswpa.org (ACA Accredited)

The YMCA of Greater Charlotte is looking for an Associate Resident Camp Director for our beautiful Camp Thunderbird location that will be responsible for supporting the management of the Resident Camp Program. The Associate Resident Camp Director is responsible for land programming for Overnight Camp programs, as well as supported supervision of Overnight Camp leadership and seasonal program coordinators. The Associate Resident Director is responsible for the implementation of ongoing camper retention strategies, Financial Assistance and execution of the Game Changer Program. For more information please email antoinette.jiggetts@ymcacharlotte.org (ACA Accredited)

We are passionate about our mission to help campers grow into the champions they are meant to be. Camp Champions is a family-owned, co-ed camp featuring 1-3 week sessions. We understand camp as a uniquely impactful youth development & educational experience. We are looking for a high-energy woman with enthusiasm for serving children. Our team is low-ego & can handle having difficult conversations with campers, staff, and families. Summer responsibilities include staff orientation, leading the girls' side of camp, communicating with parents, & planning/managing events. In the off-season, you will recruit campers & counselors, focus on camper retention, plan camp events, and grow as a leader and educator. We hire for character & train for skills ( a + if the applicant has experience in digital marketing, websites, and sales). You are a college graduate who has experience with premium resident camps or 3+ years of management experience & lots of passion. Full-time director position starting in the 2019-20 season. If this challenge appeals to you, please send an email to director Leah Mesches lmesches@campchampions.com (subject line “Camp Director Application”) with your resume & thoughts. Fall 2019 Start. www.campchampions.com (ACA Accredited)

Ready for your future to start now? Where will your passion take you? Camp For All is looking for a Program Supervisor to join our team! We are searching for the perfect fit, someone who is their own brand of awesome. Come work with a stellar group of camping professionals. The Program Team play a huge part in creating the amazingness that happens here at Camp For All. Some of the responsibilities include: developing programs, assisting and overseeing program budgets, training and supervising seasonal staff and working with partner groups to ensure that campers discover life. We are looking for someone with a degree or related experience and the skills mastered through a background in camping and leadership. Additional perks aside from being surrounded by general awesomeness: competitive salary, onsite housing and great benefits. Camp For All is a barrier free camp that works in partnership with other non-profits to provide life changing experiences for children and adults with challenging illnesses or special needs and their families. For more information about the position or to apply please visit: camp-for-all.breezy.hr or email Jessicah at jholloway@campforall.org. To find out more about Camp For All, visit: campforall.org (ACA Accredited)

Rock Point Camp Director, Burlington, Vermont - Immediate opening for a dedicated and responsible leader to be the camp director of an overnight camp and a day camp on Lake Champlain in Burlington, Vermont. This is a rare and wonderful opportunity to further develop a well established (88 years) and growing Rock Point Camp Community. The natural woodland and spectacular lakeside setting offer an unparalleled camp environment. This position requires vision, strong managerial and people skills, energy, adaptability, a love for youth and a passion for outdoor environmental ministry. The new camp director will be responsible for all aspects of camp life which is not limited to staff orientation and training, registration, weekly schedules, and communication with parents/guardians. Rock Point Camp is a part of The Episcopal Diocese of Vermont. The position is full time during camp session and part-time in other parts of the year. For further information, position description and application information: https://www.rockpointvt.org/news-announcements/rock-point-camp-director-burlington-vermont (ACA Accredited)

Camp Thorpe, a 92-year-old camp deep in Vermont's Green Mountains is seeking an Executive Director to take us into our next 100 years! Camp Thorpe proudly serves campers, ages 12 and UP, with a variety of physical, mental and developmental challenges in a safe, fun, and loving summer camp environment. Our perfect candidate will have experience with/love for working with our campers and families. The ED will provide leadership and direction for Camp Thorpe while evaluating, planning, and directing camp operations; as well as overseeing the health/safety of campers, staff, and programming. We are seeking someone with experience working with an understanding of organization-building/fundraising, strong interpersonal and communication skills, proven leadership skills, a knowledge of summer camp culture/operations, a solid understanding of budget/resource management, and a sense of fun and adventure for the mission of Camp Thorpe. We welcome candidates of any race, religion, ethnicity, sexual/gender orientation, gender, or economic status to apply. We are offering a generous comp/benefits package to attract just the right candidate! To apply, please send a letter of interest and resume to: CampThorpe.ED.Hiring@gmail.com by Jan 25 2019

Join the team at YMCA Camp Orkila and help us serve 20,000 participants each year from the Seattle area. Orkila is located on Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands of WA state and is accessed by ferry. It is a full service community with about 5,000 annual residents and many more seasonally. We strive to expand our reach and build our capacity through diversity and inclusion efforts and seek a motivated and experienced director for this position. The qualified candidate has experience living and working at a camp and is comfortable hiring, training and supervising staff. We need a leader who can create a vision for our weekend programming with innovation and collaboration with community partners. This position also serves as the challenge course manager and training can be provided. Other exciting responsibilities include managing budgets, providing exceptional customer service and driving buses (training provided). Housing and some meals are provided along with benefits and a salary of $40 - $50K DOE. To learn more and apply visit: http://tinyurl.com/orkilacnr (ACA Accredited)

The Environmental Education Director/Retreat Center Manager must be a highly organized, detail oriented, reliable and empathic visionary; they must oversee multiple projects. -Work on administrative and operational tasks as assigned by the Director. -Support the Program by assisting with hiring, training and supervising. -Create and implement marketing strategies. -Lead ongoing sales and outreach to regional schools. -Develop and implement curriculum that aligns with state science standards. -Offer support and collaborate with other team members of The West Virginia Retreat Center. -Participate in Camp Twin Creeks summer camp preparation and operation. -Additional duties and responsibilities as needed. Required Qualifications: -Bachelor's degree or equivalent work experience. -Experience teaching, preferable in an outdoor education or camp environment. -Understanding of STEM. -Ability to relate to students and peers in a positive manner. -Ability to pass a background check. -Ability to hike 5 miles. -Ability to work irregular hours, days, nights and weekends. -A passion for working with youth in the outdoors. -Willingness to take on tasks outside teaching that support the program. Gordon@camptwincreeks.com (ACA Accredited)



Let me tell you a story! It begins in April when our hero (that's you, by the way) walks into the quiet kitchen of a quirky camp called Augusta and a spark ignites. You look past the empty tables and dormant shelves with a grand vision in your mind's eye: campers tucking in to plates piled high with organic veggies, locally-sourced meats, fresh greens from the salad bar and, of course, made-from-scratch desserts. You see an efficient and energized kitchen team, reveling in each other's company while they cook, and cabins of campers smiling with pride at the pizzas they helped create on pizza day. You imagine a healthy, joyful summer, and you know you have what it takes to make this vision a reality. Can you see yourself in this story? Are you a kitchen hero who dreams of nourishing the hearts, minds and bellies of an engaged and playful community? Do you have the skills, the energy and the open-heartedness to lead our team? Do you have what it takes to help write the next chapter of our story? www.campaugusta.org | applications@campaugusta.org | 530-265-3702 | Or add your interest here - http://campaugusta.org/staff/staff-app/staff-interest-form/ - we will get in touch super quickly :)

Global Youth Ministry is located atop Fort Mountain in Chatsworth, GA. This is a Christian ministry and we seek a committed Christian. We serve youth and adults of all ages with groups ranging in size from 15 to 350. This position is responsible for the daily operations of the Conference Center kitchen. This is a full-time year-round position with days off, vacation, and holidays. Responsibilities include maintaining accurate inventory, planning menus, ordering food, preparing meals, catering to allergies & dietary needs of guests, identifying maintenance needs, working with maintenance staff and outside vendors to complete repairs & upgrades, and maintain kitchen cleanliness & food safety in accordance with Health Department standards. All applicants should submit resume online at: louis@globalyouthministry.org. For more information you may call Louis Warrick 877-251-1800.

The purpose of this position is to transition the right person into the HEAD FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR over the next 2 years. Responsible for the shift management of all kitchen and back of the house food service operations and staff at Iroquois Springs Camp and Conference/Retreat Center; including menu planning, ordering, food preparation, kitchen cleanliness, overseeing all catering events/banquets, appropriate staff scheduling and guest satisfaction. Iroquois Springs runs a 22-week (May - October) season including a traditional 7 weeks of summer camp serving 800 meals per seating and a conference and retreat business with groups ranging in size of 50-600 at a seating. Competitive salary, on-site housing. Send resume to: summers@iroquoissprings.com | 631.462.2550 (ACA Accredited)

YMCA Camp Kern is looking for a committed individual to be our Food Services & Kitchen Director. This full-time, year round position requires flexibility, the ability to work under tight schedules, a commitment to excellence and a great work ethic. The position is responsible for all food related services at Camp, including but not limited to: hiring / supervising staff team of up to 15, scheduling, creation and management of department budget, all safety / health department requirements, supply ordering, food preparation / cooking / serving / clean-up, menu preparation and general kitchen management. Camp Kern serves more than 30,000 guests every year and the kitchen is responsible for serving summer camp campers, conferencing groups, outdoor education students and rental groups. We have one main kitchen and multiple serving locations over our 485 acre property. Prior kitchen management experience is required. Please go to https://www.daytonymca.org/job-openings to apply (position is listed under Camp Kern as 'Kitchen Operations Director'). If you have any questions, please contact Chris Addison at 513-932-3756 or caddison@daytonymca.org. (ACA Accredited)

Camp Horizons is hiring for a full time Food and Beverage Director to manage and direct 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 expectations. • Develops, implements, and maintains food service standards for user groups listed above. • Responsible for the organization, maintenance and aesthetics of Horizons' food service operations. • Responsible for food and labor cost controls and the monitoring of financial performance for all food service operations. • Preparation and implementation of annual Operating budgets. To apply, please send resumes to hanleyk@horizonsva.com (ACA Accredited)

Under the Direction of the Director of the Outdoor Learning Center, candidate will oversee the daily operation of Mountain Campus Dining Service (in Luray, VA) to include: front and back of house kitchen operations, ordering, cleaning and accommodation of special diets. On-site housing is available on our 350-acre property and we are just 20 minutes outside of Harrisonburg's downtown shops and restaurants. We are also located a short drive from Shenandoah National Park, Charlottesville, Washington D.C. and a number of other fun places to spend your days off. To apply email a resume to Katie Hanley at hanleyk@horizonsva.com (ACA Accredited)



Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, YMCA Camp Sequoia Lake borders Kings Canyon National Park. We are seeking a full-time year-round Buildings & Grounds Director who will be responsible for maintaining the camp's grounds, facilities, vehicles and equipment including a variety of maintenance, grounds keeping, repair and construction projects. The Buildings and Grounds Director also provides supervision for hospitality and maintenance staff and works closely with the Facilities Committee and will be responsible for the continued development of our camp sites. Primary responsibilities include preventive maintenance program to provide care for camps buildings, grounds, vehicles and equipment. Complete annual inspections of all facilities along with monitoring and reporting requirements set forth by external regulations. Implement applicable standards set forth by the American Camping Association / OSHA and other agencies. Salary Range: $4,166.67 - $4,583.33 per month. Apply on-line at www.ciymca.org/employment (Please note that this position is with the Golden State YMCA. Applicants will be applying on the Channel Islands YMCA website – job posting is located under the Association Office Location). (ACA Accredited)

Camp Wise, located in Chardon, Oio is seeking applications for energetic, hardworking individuals interested in learning new skills in camp facility management. Opportunities to learn and apply skills in plumbing, carpentry, electric, and vehicle and equipment maintenance in a fun environment that lets you explore your creativity. Each season brings new opportunities and responsibilities like snowplowing, trail maintenance, and indoor and outdoor painting while each summer day is filled with new adventures. Must be interested in working with and around children and young adults. For more information and to apply, visit https://mandeljcc.applicantpro.com/jobs/970878.html (ACA Accredited)

Location: Camp Conshatawba, Summerhill, PA; Cambria County. As the Camp Ranger, you will work with staff and volunteers to ensure a successful, high-quality camping experience and a safe and healthy camp environment. Essential Functions: •Responsible for year-round camp property maintenance to include snow removal, clearing trails, maintaining roads, mowing lawns, and tree/brush removal; •Year-round building and ranger house maintenance to include swimming pool, equipment, tools and truck; •Supervise camp maintenance staff; •Patrol the property;  •Know and enforce policies and emergency procedures; Requirements: •Prior Camp Ranger experience preferred; •Working knowledge of carpentry, electrical and plumbing;  •Ability to operate equipment such as mowers, tractors, log splitter, and various power tools; •Must have valid driver's license; •Clearances are required; •Must be organized, detail oriented, and customer focused; •Non-traditional work hours with frequent evening and weekend work required; •Housing is provided and living on-site is required; Submit a cover letter, resume and salary requirements to recruiting@gswpa.org (ACA Accredited)



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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 2019 Semester (Feb-May). Teachers (4-year college degree required) and Intern Teachers (must be 21, no degree 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 receive 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 at www.naturesclassroom.com. (ACA Accredited)

Community Nature Connection is a non-profit providing equitable and culturally relevant programming to all in Los Angeles! We are currently looking for enthusiastic and knowledgeable outdoor education instructors who want to provide a fun-filled experience connecting students in grades 5-7 to their local Santa Monica Mountains. We provide 4-day and 3-day overnight outdoor education programs to local schools during the week. QUALIFICATIONS: BA or BS, or at least 2 years experience in a related field; previous similar experience. PREFERRED: WFA/R, CIG, LNT, etc. COMPENSATION: Daily rate dependent upon experience and certifications. BENEFITS: 2-week paid training, meals provided during all camp sessions, full-time housing, & professional development opportunities. Instructors will be trained to teach various topics such as Adaptations, Outdoor Skills, Cultural Heritage and Interpretation, Astronomy, Night Hikes, and more. This is a seasonal position that begins February 6, 2019 and ends June 1, 2019. Please visit www.communitynatureconnection.org or contact Krystle at education@communitynatureconnection.org for complete job description. Check us out on Facebook & Instagram to learn more about what we do: @communitynatureconnection

Do you have a passion for working with children? Do you love the outdoors? Are you an outgoing individual who enjoys having fun? Join our team of dedicated professionals in the beautiful Rocky Mountains for an experience of a lifetime this spring/summer/fall. Camp Shady Brook, a branch of the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region, is a residential camp located about 70 minutes northwest of Colorado Springs. The Janitorial Tech/Dishwasher will be responsible for keeping our facilities safe and clean, and be our dishwasher during meals. Our JT/DW will work under the supervision of the Food Service and Facility Coordinators. During off time enjoy our facilities and activities! Expected Season Dates 3/18/2019 through 11/08/2019. Meals and lodging provided. To apply visit www.campshadybrook.org (ACA Accredited)

Do you have a passion for working with children? Do you love the outdoors? Are you an outgoing individual who enjoys having fun? Join our team of dedicated professionals in the beautiful Rocky Mountains for an experience of a lifetime this summer. Camp Shady Brook, a branch of the YMCA of the Pikes Peak Region, is a residential camp located about 70 minutes northwest of Colorado Springs. The Kitchen Assistant will be responsible for preparing good tasting healthy food under the supervision of the Food Service Director. Will maintain a safe, clean kitchen, as well as assist with food preparation and cleanup. Meals and lodging provided. Expected Season Dates 3/18/2019 through 11/08/2019. Meals and lodging provided. To apply visit www.campshadybrook.org (ACA Accredited)

A leader in character development, the Sherman Lake YMCA delivers experiential programs, from Camp to Classroom, to local school youth. Join our ACA Eleanor Eels Award Winning Integrated Education program team. and increase your skills in developing social emotional learning skills in the youth you serve. The IE Program's collaborative, positive and student-centered approach helps each student find success both academically and socially. IE Instructors will facilitate experiential and character-based curriculum throughout our 3-5 day residential programs. We are located on 365 acres of forested woodland and waterfront in SW Michigan, an hour from Lake Michigan. Positions are available during the Winter/Spring (February to late May). Applicants must be 18 years or older, available Monday through Friday, days and overnights. Salary range is from $60-$75/day including room, board and YMCA membership during time of employment. To apply visit: http://www.shermanlakeymca.org/job/integrated-education-instructor/ Questions - contact Lorrie Syverson (269-731-3022 or lorries@ymcasl.org. Website: www.shermanlakeymca.org. (ACA Accredited)

The Experiential Education Facilitator (EEF) is responsible for the safe and effective implementation of Princeton-Blairstown Center's (PBC) adventure-based experiential education curriculum at the Blairstown Campus. The EEF utilizes a youth development model that actively engages and supports participants in achieving goals and increase their social emotional learning (SEL) and problem-solving skills. MAJOR DUTIES: Develop, facilitate, and debrief adventure based/experiential education curriculum including adventure course, low and high ropes course, rock climbing, hiking, canoeing/kayaking and swimming, and restoration programming designed to help students develop social-emotional skills that include learning to communicate cooperatively, problem solve, and work together to achieve common goals. Design a sequence using PBC curriculum, create lesson plans, develop new program activities appropriate to the population. Remain current on the developmental needs of youth. Bachelor's Degree preferred. Documented experience working with young adults and experience facilitating high/low ropes. Excellent verbal and communication skills, basic FA. (35 weeks) Mar-Nov, 2019. Full Job description and to apply www.princetonblairstown.org/employment-opportunities. (ACA Accredited)

This is a full-time, seasonal position at YMCA Camp Hanes, February 27- May 15. There is the option of staying at camp and working our summer and fall seasons, with work through end of November. The position is mostly Monday-Friday with occasional weekend work. Housing and most meals are included in the salary. Salary between $260-$300 a week based upon experience and certifications. Located just 30 minutes north of Winston-Salem, camp is nestled on the hillside of Sauratown Mountain which provides the backdrop for the many activities we provide. From water ecology to hiking, teams building to zip-lining you are sure to learn new skills and make lifelong friends. This position allows instructors the opportunity to learn and teach through non-formal education. In the spring and fall season instructors are responsible for working with school groups to accomplish a combination of camp-based activities and science-focused curriculum, in order to make the trip both fun and educational through experiential learning. Instructors do not stay in the cabin with students but are responsible for helping host and oversee the group's needs while at camp. Submit resumes to: Letha Lineberry, YMCA Camp Hanes l.lineberry@ymcanwnc.org (ACA Accredited)

Do you love to work outside, have a sense of humor, and enjoy working with children? We are looking for 3 more School Year Program Instructors to spend a season with us in the sunny Carolinas at YMCA Camp Thunderbird! Located on beautiful Lake Wylie, the Environmental Education Center and Conference & Retreat Program provide unique learning experiences for school 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 and wildlife ecology to astronomy, pioneer study, canoeing, teambuilding, and high ropes. Two evenings a week, instructors lead meals and evening programs. Compensation includes $262/week, staff housing, meals, free internet, a complimentary Charlotte YMCA membership, and a staff training period that offers CPR, first aid, and 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 3-4 references to Rachel D'Angio (rachel.dangio@ymcacharlotte.org). (ACA Accredited)

Our skilled team of outdoor educators work each season to create high quality day and overnight programs for K-12 groups, scout troops, universities, churches and corporate retreats. Our programs focus on core areas that include Outdoor Adventure, Team Building, and Environmental Education with a mix of activities each day.While this position is an outdoor education role, it will be focused on the programming of the Garden Center. Each season starts with 2 weeks of in-depth staff training where you will learn skills such as belaying, low ropes facilitation, cave navigation, trip leadership, canoeing and group management. There are also opportunities for pro-deals on gear, in-services and certification opportunities, and optional staff bonding trips. On-site housing is available on our 350-acre property and we are just 20 minutes outside of Harrisonburg's downtown shops and restaurants. We are also located a short drive from Shenandoah National Park, Charlottesville, Washington D.C. and a number of other fun places to spend your days off. To apply email a resume to Katie Hanley at hanleyk@horizonsva.com (ACA Accredited)

Our skilled team of outdoor educators work each season to create high quality day and overnight programs for K-12 groups, scout troops, universities, churches and corporate retreats. Our programs focus on core areas that include Outdoor Adventure, Team Building, and Environmental Education with a mix of activities each day. Over the course of a week you can expect to go caving or climbing, facilitate on the high ropes course, and lead students through our nature center programs. Each season starts with 2 weeks of in-depth staff training where you will learn skills such as belaying, low ropes facilitation, cave navigation, trip leadership, canoeing and group management. There are also opportunities for pro-deals on gear, in-services and certification opportunities, and optional staff bonding trips. On-site housing is available on our 350-acre property and we are just 20 minutes outside of Harrisonburg's downtown shops and restaurants. We are also located a short drive from Shenandoah National Park, Charlottesville, Washington D.C. and a number of other fun places to spend your days off. To apply email a resume to Katie Hanley at hanleyk@horizonsva.com (ACA Accredited)



Aloha, We are pleased to announce the facilitation of our Spring 2019 Hiring Seminar in Fairfax, California this coming March. There will be a limited number of slots and this event is by invitation only. If you are interested in the PROGRAM GUIDE position and would like to participate, please send resume to jobs@pacificquest.org expressing your interest. We are actively setting up initial interviews and sending out invites. This is an opportunity to learn about the program and potentially be offered employment for upcoming hiring dates. Please note: Participation in this Hiring Seminar does not guarantee employment. Employment offers will be for both immediate needs and early summer positions. SEMINAR SCHEDULE: March 15-17th, 2019. For the duration of the seminar, room and board will be provided for all participants. Location: FAIRFAX, CALIFORNIA Location details will be provided upon invite. Facilitators will include: A founder, Program Director, former student, and a member of our Clinical Team. PLEASE VISIT https://pacificquest.org/who-are-we/ for more info. SEMINAR FOCUS : Celebrating 15 years of “Cultivating Sustainable Growth” Foundations of Pacific Quest.