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November 15, 2015

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 @ Camp.

Alphabetical by state under the following categories:

Activity Specialist = 10
Administration = 55
Food Services =1
Site & Facilities = 8
Outside of Camp/Not Camp Related = 1

* New listings = 27
Total listings =


The Catalina Environmental Leadership Program (CELP) is seeking qualified staff to lead students on week-long environmental education programs on beautiful Catalina Island off the coast of southern California. CELP instructors live and work at camp for the duration of the season. CELP activities include snorkeling, kayaking, hiking, organic gardening, composting, ecological restoration, microscope lab, team building, ropes course and climbing wall. Instructors are cross trained to lead all activities and must be able to complete lifeguard and belay certification courses offered at the start of the season. Employment begins February 15, 2016 and ends June 3, 2016. CELP also runs a fall season that begins late August and ends mid-November. Applications can be submitted online at Positions are open until filled. A solid applicant will have a bachelors degree in a natural or environmental science, or significant experience in a camp or educational setting. Visit our website or contact us for additional information: Web: Phone: (626) 296-4040 Email: Contact person: Becky Morrow, CELP Director (ACA Accredited)

Bradford Woods, Indiana University’s Outdoor Center, is located in the American Heartland in South Central Indiana. We are surrounded by rolling hills, limestone bluffs, deciduous forests and miles of waterways. Indiana is central to great outdoor adventures with over 25 state parks, World-renowned climbing in nearby Red River Gorge, amazing backpacking in The Hoosier National Forest and miles of mountain bike trails. Come visit Indiana and spend some time working in the great outdoors at Bradford Woods. We have a 2500 acre natural playground to be shared with youth and adults alike. We are hiring for March 6-May 28, 2016. Professional Outdoor Instructors will teach youth and young adults about the outdoor environment and facilitate team building programs. We have been offering programs for over 60 years and specialize in state-based curriculum for environmental education. We seek candidates who love the outdoors and have skills in teaching children, leading trips, and working at summer camps. We seek academic backgrounds such as recreation, environmental and adventure education, resource management, and biology. $275/week plus housing. See for more details. Send cover letter and resume to  (ACA Accredited)

Sherman Lake YMCA Outdoor Center delivers life-changing experiences through the discovery of the great outdoors, skill development and guidance in the importance of building healthy relationships. We are located on 365 acres of forested woodland and waterfront in Augusta, MI. Our ACA Eleanor Eels Award Winning Integrated Education Program serves over 5,000 students each year. The IE Program's collaborative, positive and student centered approach helps each student find success both academically and socially. Integrated Education Instructors will facilitate experiential and character based curriculum for local area schools throughout our 3 - 5 day residential programs. Positions are available during the Winter/Spring (late January to late May) and Fall (September to mid-December). Applicants must be available Monday through Friday, days and overnights. Salary range is from $50-$60/day including room, board and YMCA membership during time of employment. Staff training begins January 27th, 2016.
To apply visit:
or contact Karen Christopherson, Associate Camp Director with questions (269.731.3041, (ACA Accredited)

The Program Manager of Camping has responsibility for the resident, day and partner camp programs for assigned camp locations. This includes executing premier programming; hiring, training and supporting camp staff; and sales for assigned camps. Must have 2+ years of experience working with children and adults with disabilities and 1 year of people leadership experience. Must have the ability to generate revenue and effectively manage expenses as well as provide strategic level thinking and decision-making. Must have a results orientation with demonstrated ability to drive results. College degree preferred but not required.  May work out of either our Eden Prairie, Camp Eden Wood location or our Annandale, Camp Friendship location with the abilities to spend summers working and living at our Lake George, Camp Courage North location. Qualified candidates should submit a resume, along with salary requirements, to Please visit our website for additional information at (ACA Accredited)

Located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains of upstate South Carolina, Camp Ghigau is a therapeutic residential program serving male youth ages 13-17, referred by the Department of Juvenile Justice. Residents are termed status offenders. The program goal is to help young people overcome personal barriers and realize their full potential for success at home, in school and in life. Staff has flexible work schedules and many chances for additional training. Duties include scheduling, supervising and coordinating juvenile activities, modifying youth behavior by employing the therapeutic treatment and training methods of Camp Ghigau, providing teaching, crisis intervention orientation for new boys and serving as a treatment team member. Administrative and other duties are required. Candidates should have a Bachelor’s Degree and some experience working with at-risk students.  Candidates must also be physically able to perform the tasks required to teach outdoors and implement creative “hands-on” teaching methods.  Pay is $380 per week with other benefits included. Send resumes and personal references to Jonathan Blackwell at

YLI is looking for hard working & energetic instructors to lead its field study programs at 3 different locations. These 3-day residential, experiential outdoor education programs inspire learning and teamwork all year long! 1. Camp Bob Cooper, Summerton, SC {Teaching KATE (forestry, soils, water ecology, and wildlife)}; 2. Sewee Coastal Retreat Center, Awendaw, SC {Expedition Sewee (explore beaches, salt marshes, marine life, etc.)}; 3. YLI Headquarters, Pickens, SC {Clemson Student Investigators (solving mysteries with math, forensic science and technology; pH tests, hair and fiber analysis, fingerprinting, ect.)} Dates: February-May 2016 Pay: $550-$600 twice a month + room, board and sickness/accidental insurance. If interested contact Candice Heatherly at Please specify your choice of the 3 openings you wish to apply to. EOE

Camp For All is now accepting applications for Program Instructors. Program Instructors will play a vital role in helping our campers discover life. After completing our primo staff training, duties will include: Hosting campers, volunteers, guests and groups. Teaching a wide variety of program activities (archery, paintball, canoes, challenge course, teambuilding, team sports, photography, nature, bikes and much more). Facilitating our epic night activities. Maintaining program areas and equipment. With this position, room and board will be provided along with a weekly stipend.  The right applicants will be a great mix of hardworking, outgoing, creative and all around rad. Some experience in camping or youth development would be stellar, but not needed. The Spring season runs from Feb 16th - May 16th. Camp For All is a unique, barrier free camp working in partnership with other non-profits to enrich the lives of children and adults with challenging illnesses or special needs and their families throughout the year. For more information please email Jessicah at If interested, please find our Program Instructor application on our website (ACA Accredited)

Responsibilities: Monitor the safety of guests on Disney’s private island/rent equipment. Work onboard Disney Cruise Line ship periodically. Perform hosting duties within lounges in evenings. Participate in Emergency Duties Basic Qualifications: Min 2 years recent work experience in a lifeguard capacity with a min 1 year recent work in an open-water setting; high volume environment. Ability to pass & maintain the lifeguard training & Aquatic Rescue Professional certification (conducted upon arrival). High level of fitness including strong swimming abilities. Be at least 18. Be able to speak, read & write fluent English. Willingness to live and work on the island. Be able to adhere to Disney appearance guidelines. Agree to share a cabin. Be flexible with work schedule, job duties and work locations. Preferred Qualifications: Previous experience with boats & other recreational equipment. Open water diver & diving rescue certification. To apply contact Cast-A-Way at

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 contact Cast-A-Way at

Winter is coming…and it promises to be a cold one! How would you like to work in your bathing suit? Would you like your next job to be working at a beachfront resort hotel? Would you like to take hotel guests on snorkel tours? Play beach volleyball with them? Play with their children in Kids Club? Teach them how to ride our Point Break wave machine? Work with a multi-cultural international staff? Pacific Islands Club Saipan has been giving outgoing and energetic individuals the experience of a lifetime for more than 20 years. A chance to work and live abroad. An opportunity to apply your customer service and recreation talents and learn new skills along the way   We are looking for a special few to join our program for at least six months. Amazing benefits package awaits for the right individuals (shared onsite housing, meals, full medical, air transportation from your place to ours, hourly wage and overtime pay!) PIC Saipan is looking for experienced lifeguards, activity staff, Kids Club coordinators and entertainers all rolled into one. Are you ready for the adventure of a lifetime? Email for an application package. Resort information can be found at APPLICANTS MUST HAVE VALID PROOF TO WORK IN THE UNITED STATES AND POSSESS A VALID US PASSPORT FOR TRAVEL. Groups will be starting in early December and January so apply today!!!



Girl Scouts- Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Texas  Job Description: Position Title: Camp Director - Seasonal Reports To: Senior Outdoor Program Specialist FSLA: Exempt OR Non-Exempt Last Update: 9/24/15 Leadership Summary: The Camp Director will infuse and model the Girl Scout Law into their everyday work to fulfill the mission of building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Position Summary: The seasonal Camp Director is responsible for directing the execution of all resident and/or day-camp activities and operations related to the Girl Scout Leadership Experience program delivery for the camp pathway and outdoor program. He or she identifies, directs, and supervises all camp program activities, volunteers, and staff. Responsibilities include organization, implementation, and management of the camp program operations, systems, and processes. The director ensures ongoing staff and volunteer development; promotes Girl Scouting in the community; and maintains positive parent, public, and community relations. Major Accountabilities: 1. Deliver and evaluate camp program that meets the needs and interests of the camps target populations.  For more information please contact Ellyn Schleiffarth at

At Galileo we talk a lot about greatness, because it’s something we seek—in ourselves and in our programs. Our Area Directors are at the heart of both. We have a team of nine Area Directors right now, and each has grown into a talented general manager and motivating leader. They’ve learned and contributed a lot at Galileo, and should you join us, you will too. You will hone and develop skills like multi-site operational leadership, instructional leadership, feedback delivery, staff selection and offer making, negotiation, community mapping and networking, marketing, training development and delivery, strategic development, time and project management, prioritization, and more. We’re opening up AD jobs in LA because we need leaders to help us grow the Southern California market. With great growth comes great opportunity: we envision a world where there are over 10 Area Directors across the region, several regional offices, and a few super-leaders who manage these Area Directors. Anything could happen, but we’re looking for people who can learn fast and grow quickly into these key leadership roles. Apply now, please visit (ACA Accredited)

Camp Stevens seeks a Marketing and Outreach Director to articulate the Camp Stevens brand on- and off-site and recruit individuals, families, and groups to summer camp, camp programs, and the retreat center. Candidates should be a community-oriented team player who is self-motivated and has demonstrated ability to motivate others. Responsibilities include: brochures, newsletters, social media, coordination with off-site designer and print/mail house, coordination/representation at fairs and festivals, and database and fundraising assistance. Experience with print and online marketing and proficiency in writing and editing required. Working knowledge of HTML and design experience preferred. Year-round benefits include meals, health insurance, paid vacation, pension and annual salary depending on experience. Onsite housing is provided and required. Camp Stevens is an Episcopal camp serving the Dioceses of Los Angeles and San Diego and is located 50 miles east of San Diego. Position open January 2016. Email cover letter and resume to: John Horton, Administration Director, ( (ACA Accredited)

We’re looking for an outdoor enthusiast who can find fun and creative ways to encourage girls, adults, and families to expand their year-round outdoor experiences. The Outdoor Experience Manager will join an innovative Outdoor Program team focused on promoting the Outdoor Movement and supporting the design, development and delivery of progressive and intentional outdoor programs. In this role, you will manage year-round outdoor initiatives and will collaborate with senior leadership to develop strategic plans and a long-term vision for outdoor programming, both for internal and external markets. During the summer, you will serve as an on-site resident Camp Director in Marin, CA, overseeing all daily camp operations, staff hiring and development, programming and the delivery of an exceptional camp experience. To apply:

This job calls out to the super organized individual who will help ensure that overall operations for Council camps and year-round outdoor programs are efficiently met. The Outdoor Program Operations Manager will join an innovative Outdoor Program team focused on promoting the Outdoor Movement and supporting the design, development and delivery of progressive and intentional programs that encourage girls, adults, and families to expand their year-round outdoor experiences. In this role, you will oversee and work with a variety of operational areas and functions that support year-round outdoor initiatives and will collaborate with senior leadership to develop strategic plans and a long-term vision for outdoor programming, both for internal and external markets. Please apply at:

YMCA Camp Shady Brook in beautiful Colorado, a branch of the Pikes Peak YMCA has opened its search for a full-time program director to develop and deliver summer and off season programs on our 160 acre year-round residential camping site. Candidates should be customer/camper focused and have extensive experience with staff development/recruiting, summer programming, camp safety and risk management. Major responsibilities include: Recruiting, hiring, supervising and evaluating summer camp staff, marketing and promoting camp, budgeting and program development. The Program Director will play an important role in the hiring and management of staff, summer camper recruitment as well as staff training. Candidates must be committed to the YMCA mission and to providing excellent camp experiences. Benefits include room & board, health, dental and retirement after minimum requirements is met. To apply, please visit No phone call or emails please. Posting closes NOVEMBER 27th, 2015. No applications accepted after 11/27. (ACA Accredited)

Founded in 1937 on 140 magnificent wooded acres in North Madison, CT, Camp Laurelwood is the only Jewish community overnight camp in Connecticut. Campers live and play in well-maintained and newly renovated facilities. Camp Laurelwood is looking for a dynamic leader to be its next Camp Director. This FT, year-round position, is a wonderful opportunity for an energetic individual to expand and further develop an established camp program and create new and exciting camp experiences for campers ages 7-15. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a passion for building and growing community, particularly in an overnight camping environment. They will demonstrate outstanding leadership skills, be adaptable and open to taking on more and be willing to challenge the status quo. Required Skills: • BA Degree required; Degree in Education, Recreation, Social Work, or Business preferred. • Previous leadership exp in a camping environment. • Exp interviewing, hiring and/or supervising camp staff. For more info or to apply, please email cover letter & resume with salary expectations to (ACA Accredited)

Located in Hebron, Connecticut, Camp Hemlocks has been providing camping experiences to hundreds of individuals with disabilities for over 40 years. The newly renovated camp features a 50,000 sq. /ft. facility with accessible indoor pool, large meeting rooms, dining room capacity for 150, overnight accommodations for 100, an open air pavilion, and three lodges. There is also a 22-acre pond on the property, which is used for boating and fishing. We are looking for a Camp Director who can work with a team of dedicated professionals, e.g. nurses, counselors, lifeguards, administrators, etc. in meeting our mission to serve people with disabilities. S/he will work with members of the community to boost diverse year-round programming at this unique venue, and build relationships that sustain this treasured camp. The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in a related field and camp administrative experience. The preferred candidate will have experience working with people with disabilities, a director certification from the American Camping Association (ACA), and is able to relocate to a residence on the property and reside on site. Candidates must apply at

The Episcopal Diocese of Florida is seeking applicants for the position of Camp Program Director. The director will be selected in early-January and begin work in mid-February of 2016. This is a full-time resident staff position with accountability for designing, delivering and evaluating the camping program of the diocese. This director will report directly to the Executive Director of The Episcopal Center of Florida (Camp Weed and the Cerveny Conference Center) and work in concert with the Canon for Youth. The successful applicant will have at least 5-years work experience in organized camping with not less than two years as a director responsible for a full program. Understanding of Episcopal faith, polity and practice is highly desired. Salary, including normally provided benefits, will be commensurate with experience and professional success. Selected candidates will be contacted for interviews to be conducted in November and December. Camp Weed is an established 91-year old program and is primarily located at Camp Weed near Live Oak, Florida. In 2015, 421 campers were served. Please apply with a letter of interest and qualifications and a summary of work history sent to Dr. Charles Wallace at

Provides leadership, strategic direction, and vision for the development and achievement of the council’s outdoor program offering and assets. Leverages resources and collaborates with internal and external thought leaders to deliver the Girl Scout mission through the delivery of quality outdoor experiences. Oversees a diverse staff across 8 counties in west central Florida and interfaces with council level staff and volunteers. Directs the maintenance and capital improvement program for the council owned properties. Contact Kris Johnson @ or (813) 262-1781.

Job Summary: The Program Specialist – Camp and Outdoor Leadership manages all aspects of camp and outdoor leadership program planning and delivery throughout the Gateway Council jurisdiction. She/he ensures that all program experiences are designed and implemented based on the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) processes, procedures, and outcomes through utilization of the Girl Scout National Program Portfolio. This position includes the planning of innovative resident camp programming and acting as onsite director of Camp Kateri during the resident camp season, including all set-up and break-down of camp. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: • Conceptualizing, planning, and implementing year-round outdoor education programming for the Council • Serve as Resident Camp Manager at Camp Kateri, residing onsite, from May through August • Planning council-sponsored resident camp at Camp Kateri, ensuring innovative and age-appropriate opportunities; pre-season planning, recruiting, hiring and training of high performing seasonal staff and volunteers; and overseeing all curriculum development, staff certification, orientation training and general camp operations • Creating opportunities for volunteer involvement; and collaborating. For more information please contact Stacy Manthos at (ACA Accredited)

Waterfront Director: Applicants must be organized, detail-oriented and have a college degree. Good communication skills a must. Applicants should have 2-5 years of camp experience in a supervisory role. Responsibilities include hiring, training and supervising seasonal staff and recruiting campers and school groups. Must have experience in boating, ARC Lifeguarding, CPR/PR and First Aid, sailing, windsurfing and kayaking. SCUBA certification is a plus. Seacamp is an ACA accredited camp. Seacamp is a unique, nonprofit, marine science education and recreational program located in the Florida Keys. To Apply: Send cover letter, resume, transcripts and three professional references to, attention: Hiring Coordinator (ACA Accredited)

JCC Chicago’s Camp Chi is one of the Midwest's premier resident camps. Each summer, Chi serves over 1,200 boys and girls in 4th-11th grade through two-, four- and eight-week camp sessions. Set on 600 acres near the Wisconsin Dells, Chi offers the best facilities and over 30 specialty activities that aim to build campers' skills and boost self-esteem. The Assistant Director serves as a member of the Camp Chi management team in creating the vision for and the development and implementation of programs that shape and define the Camp Chi experience. The Assistant Director plays a role in camper and staff recruitment, program development and operational and administrative responsibilities. The Assistant Director plays a key role in fostering and maintaining relationships with campers, parents and staff. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree required; Education, Recreation, Social Work, or Business preferred. Previous leadership experience in a camping environment (overnight camping environment preferred). Demonstrated knowledge of Judaica with a familiarity and comfort level in working with a diverse Jewish community. Apply online at (ACA Accredited)

We seek a dynamic, creative, warm, exuberant, experienced person with strong leadership ability who is passionate about our vision. Job responsibilities include: overseeing day to day administration of camp office; design/implement staff schedule; assist with hiring, supervising, and evaluating staff; and marketing and promotion. Great opportunity for growth. Includes summer room and board. Salary begins at least $18K and escalates based on camp gross income + eventual equity/takeover opportunity. Our multicultural summer camp focuses on diversity + communication skills in a fun, safe environment. In separate girls-only and boys-only programs, we unite children of diverse backgrounds + provide them with essential skills to empower themselves + build community. Just 2 hours from Chicago, in Northwestern IL, camp comprises beautiful woods, trails, a swimming pool, two natural rock climbing walls, game fields, + a 5-acre lake for swimming, water games, and almost a mile of canoeing through the property. With 120 acres of forests, wildlife, and wildflowers galore, it offers fresh air, natural water, the robust smell of pure woods and a twinkling night sky. Please send resume + cover letter to Kevin Gordon at (ACA Accredited)

ACA Illinois is looking for a proven mission-driven leader with a minimum of 10 years of camp experience at the administrative level. This individual must have a Bachelor's Degree with a concentration in human services and non-profit management as well as documented experience and success with oversight of financial systems, customer service, knowledge of ACA Inc. programs, planning and implementing adult education, and fund development. This leader will provide vision, leadership and management to enhance the effectiveness of the ACA Illinois within the framework of board approved policies, guidelines and budget as well as direct oversight to develop, organize and supervise the implementation of the work of the staff. Salary range is $65,000-$75,000. ACA Illinois is 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that focuses on sending children to camp through its various funding programs, providing professional development for camp professionals and facilitating the national ACA Accreditation program at the local level. To apply, please send resume and letter of interest to: Mike Selep, Personnel Committee Chair - Closing date is Nov 27. Visit for detailed job description.

Indiana residential summer camp for people of all ages with varying disabilities seeks full-time, year-round camp director. The purpose of this position is to further the mission of the camp through the development and management of programs, human resources, financial, marketing and strategic operations. The director will oversee the daily operation of the summer resident camp & spring/fall camp weekends including food service, program, business, camper and staff supervision and health care. They will work full time with the Executive Director in the office during the off-season. Qualified candidate must have at least 2 prior seasons of administrative or supervisory experience in an organized camp and a Bachelor’s degree in a related area or 24 weeks experience working with special needs population. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:1. Camp Director will be trained and expected to use, and train others to use, various office equipment, kitchen equipment, adaptive and durable medical equipment2. Ability to understand the developmental needs of individuals of all ages and ability levels. Send resume and references to Camp Millhouse, Attn: Diana Breden, 25600 Kelly Road, South Bend, IN 46614 or email to (ACA Accredited)

Bethesda Lutheran Communities is a Christian organization that provides homes for people with developmental disabilities across the country. We create connections that support people on their journey to live the best life possible. Our camp ministries, located in Wisconsin, Indiana and Texas, bring people of all abilities together to learn, grow and connect through faith, fellowship and fun. We are searching for a Director of Camp Ministry (based out of our Anderson, Indiana camp) to oversee operations at all 3 camps, create a sustainable camp ministry and build ministry partnerships. We are looking for someone with at least five years of proven success in a leadership/management role in a Christian Ministry environment; experience in ministries to and with individuals with developmental disabilities or marginalized populations preferred. Must be a member in good standing of a Christian congregation. Bachelor's degree required, seminary degree preferred. This position requires up to 50% travel. Additional information can be found at

Interested in Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Planning? Bradford Woods is hiring a Retreat Specialist for our upcoming Spring Season. This position will entail answering inquiries via phone, email, or in person, providing facility tours, hosting retreats, coordinating room setups and providing logistical support for groups while on property. This position also supports other programs as needed including Adventure Education, Environmental Education and Recreation Therapy. Experience in event planning and working with individuals of all ages and abilities is preferred. This position pairs well with an internship for students. For more information, go to or contact Sheryl McGlory at or at 765-342-2915. Please send cover letter and resume to start the application process. (ACA Accredited)

The YMCA of Greater Louisville is a vibrant YMCA known to be mission-oriented and cause-driven. This is a great opportunity for an innovative, growth-oriented camp professional with a belief in the value of camping to be a part of the leadership team of historic YMCA Camp Piomingo. YMCA Camp Piomingo is located within Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area in Brandenburg, KY - a 45 minute drive from downtown Louisville. This ACA accredited camp has a camper capacity of over 300 and has the only equestrian camp program in the state with 24 horses and a 14-stable barn. The $1 million operation (75% summer camp, 15% school-year groups, 10% contributions) is poised for growth with enrollment trending upward in recent years. Overall budget responsibility of $400,000, a summer Equestrian Program volume approx. 220 camper per week and school-year groups currently 60 days per year. Staff development responsibility for 10 part time seasonal staff throughout the year. All interested candidates can apply online at or email Bridget Gaffney at (ACA Accredited)

Camp Director: New England Yearly Meeting of Friends (Quakers) is seeking a new Director for its residential, ACA-accredited camp in Maine to begin work in September 2016. The position is a full-time, year-round, managerial-level posting with excellent benefits. Friends Camp is an important youth ministry of the Yearly Meeting with four age-specific sessions during the eight-week summer season. At other times the camp is a venue for retreats, weddings and other activities. The Camp Director supervises all aspects of the camp program and property, actively recruits campers, and hires and supervises camp staff. To view the full position posting visit: Application deadline: February 15, 2016. (ACA Accredited)

YMCA Camp Tockwogh is looking for a mature, dynamic, knowledgeable, motivated team player to provide leadership in our Waterfront Programs. The ideal candidate will be highly motivated by the prospect of working, living and playing on the shores of the beautiful Chesapeake Bay. Under the direction of the Program Director, the Assistant Camp Director- Waterfront is responsible for the administration, development, and implementation of all waterfront programs including but not limited to sailing, waterskiing, wakeboarding, canoeing, kayaking, and windsurfing programs at Camp Tockwogh. The Assistant Camp Director will provide onsite supervision of two operating waterfronts and a fleet of approximately 100 boats. (ACA Accredited)

The Auxiliary Programs Director will work with the administrative team to implement the School’s auxiliary programs: summer camp; rentals; enrichment programs; and extended day programs. The Director will organize and run the programs and will require strong business skills, knowledge of academic curriculum, and communication skills. The director will recruit, hire, train and evaluate personnel in order to run successful programs for the St. Paul's community. He or she will develop new programs utilizing existing and future facilities and on-line connectivity. The Auxiliary Programs Director will be responsible for strategic planning, program design, operations, market development, promotion, budgeting, monitoring, compliance, risk management, and evaluation of the School’s Auxiliary Programs. For a full description of the position visit our website at St. Paul’s, founded in 1849, is a college-preparatory day school in Brooklandville, Maryland, with a co-ed Lower School and all-boys’ Middle and Upper Schools. Interested candidates should submit an application, cover letter with salary history, and resume via the following link:

Full-Time YMCA Camp & Teen Director in Hopkinton, MA. The Family Outdoor Center, a branch of the MetroWest YMCA, is located on 122 pristine acres that include a summer camp with over 1,00 campers a weeks, challenge course groups throughout the year, adventure-based Y programs and unique teen programming. The MetroWest YMCA Family Outdoor Center is seeking a highly experienced camp professional. MetroWest YMCA Day Camp is a large day camp approaching 1,000 campers per day, over 200 seasonal staff and an annual camp budget of $2.1 million. Candidates should have a proven track record of creative program development and proactive responses to curriculum and participant feedback analysis. Excellence in quality leadership would require experience in positive staff coaching, progressive program development and parent relations. Experience in leading summer day or resident camp operations as a prior or current director is a must. $45,000-$48,000. To Apply, email resume and cover letter to Scott Umbel, Branch Director,

YMCA Camp Hi-Rock seeks cause-driven and ambitious camp director to provide leadership to summer resident and day camp programs and year-round family and group camping programs. Camp director will join a team of committed camp professionals and will work under the guidance of our Executive Director and in partnership with a co-camp director. He or she will reside on camp (at a minimum during the months of June, July and August) in our rural 1,000 acre site in the Berkshire Mountains thirty minutes from Great Barrington, MA, named the best small town in America by Smithsonian. Camp Hi-Rock is conveniently located approximately 2.5 hours from New York City and Boston, MA. Hi-Rock is a branch of the Central Connecticut Coast YMCA. Applicants must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree, two seasons of leadership experience in a resident camp setting, and be at least 21 years of age. This full-time exempt position provides full benefits, 10% retirement, comprehensive medical insurance and housing. Starting salary range: $36,000 - $38,000. Submit resume and cover letter to Suzanne Friedbacher, VP of Human Resources, Central Connecticut Coast YMCA - (ACA Accredited)

Wildwood Ranch ( is searching for a qualified Assistant Program Director to focus on our summer camp program. This is a full time live in position in southeastern Michigan. Wildwood is a non-denominational evangelical Christian camp owned and operated by the Detroit Rescue Mission Ministries providing scholarship-based camps to underprivileged children and youth from Detroit, as well as children in the camp’s local community. This position is an integral member of the program leadership team. Minimum requirements: College degree, 2 years of experience in full time camp leadership and the ability / desire to work with an ethnically diverse population. You must be ready to move to Wildwood. The start date is flexible. Interested applicants may request a detailed job description on our website at http//  Submit resumes and cover letters via email only to Salary is commensurate with experience + benefits & on-site housing at no cost to employee. In your cover letter please include why you think you would be an excellent Assistant Program Director. (ACA Accredited)

Camp Fish Tales, located in Pinconning, Michigan, is dedicated to providing a unique camping atmosphere for those with special challenges and is seeking a visionary and innovative leader to serve as a full-time, year-round executive director for its summer residential camp as well as its off-season camp programs and special events. The ED will oversee all aspects of camp operations and demonstrate a positive track record in camp administration. The ED must demonstrate a thorough understanding of the year-round cycle of camp operations including camper and staff recruitment, staff management and staff training. The ED will have a background in camp program development, facility management, fiscal responsibility and camp communications. The ED will be responsible for establishing local community/business liaisons to facilitate future camp expansion. The ED must meet state/ACA camp licensing requirements. First Aid/CPR/AED certification are also required. Interested and qualified candidates are invited to submit a cover letter, resume and three letters of reference to For more information, please review the full job description at

Camp Burt Shurly (owned by Detroit Public Schools) is located in Gregory, MI, on 240 acres with beautiful beach front access to North Lake is looking for an energetic and dynamic individual to implement and grow our programs, which include Overnight Camp, Day Camp, Outdoor Education, Retreat Business and Team Building Programs. The ideal candidate will have the ability and knowledge to facilitate amazing summer programs that will keep campers coming back for years to come. The unique nature of Camp Burt Shurly’s programing is designed to meet the requirements of Federal Title 1 programs. Students not only participate in traditional camp activities with enriching activities that highlight 21st Century Skills, they also attend hands-on education classes delivered by a certified teacher. Job responsibilities include recruitment and management of seasonal staff, program planning, marketing & implementation and site sustainability. See job description at Email resume and cover letter to

We are looking for a Camp Director to lead a camp in summer and oversee the off-season winter office. The candidate should be an extremely motivated individual with a passion for children and camping. The right candidate will possess good judgment, strong ethics, patience, flexibility, effective communication skills, ability to solve problems collaboratively as well as individually, and the ability to effectively manage multiple tasks with competing priorities. Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree, independent resident camp experience preferred. Please send cover letter and resume to:

Live and work in an outdoor paradise of the White Mountains. Small camp for low income New Hampshire youth seeks a superstar staff member. This position will market rentals and summer programs; participate in fundraising activities; shovel some snow in the winter, mow some grass in the summer and help make the program second to none. This is a new position for the organization and will involve marketing, public speaking, daily program operations, staff supervision and camper management. Must have dynamic, high energy personality with a desire to share and promote the benefits of a camp experience. Applicant must be passionate about working in the summer camp environment, have the ability to supervise and manage staff, be quality-oriented, and self-starter in order to make the Copper Cannon experience life changing. If you are looking for a standard 9:00-5:00 job, this is not it! $25,000-$31,000 with optional housing in a 1 bedroom cabin with a million dollar view! DOE Cover letter, sample of your writing and resume sent to . (ACA Accredited)

Camp Jaycee is seeking a fulltime, year-round camp director. The director is responsible for onsite leadership of the residential summer camp program, overseeing the daily operations of the summer resident camp, including food service program, business, healthcare, camper and staff supervision/recruitment. The camp is located in Effort, Pennsylvania in the Pocono Mountains; the administrative office is in North Brunswick, New Jersey. New Jersey Camp Jaycee a residential summer camp for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. A collaborative effort between the New Jersey Jaycees and The Arc of New Jersey. Camp Jaycee has been in operation since 1975 and is proud to be accredited by the American Camp Association. Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in the related fields, at least 3 to 5 years of experience in management and supervision of special needs camp and staff. Certified in CPR and First Aid. Excellent crisis intervention skills. For a detailed job description please visit, The position is based in North Brunswick, NJ (off Season) and Effort, PA (in Season). To apply for this position please email your cover letter/resume to Thomas Baffuto at (ACA Accredited)

Established in 1958, Camp Nejeda is located in Stillwater, NJ and is an ACA accredited camp for children with diabetes. Our mission is to enhance the lives of children with diabetes and their families by providing a fun and educational camping experience in a safe environment.  Working closely with the Summer Camp Director, the Director of Programs will learn the operation of the summer camp including hiring, training, supervising, and evaluating summer staff. This is a full time year round position. The Director of Programs will lead efforts to develop, plan, and coordinate existing year-round programs and new programs that expand the organization’s reach in the community. This person will be responsible for budgeting all new camp programs from concept to completion. The ideal candidate will have a college degree, 2 years supervisory experience in a camp setting, and 5 years in organized camping. Exceptional organizational, leadership and management skills are a must. Strong communication skills and an ability to work with campers, parents, staff and groups are essential. To apply, send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to - PO Box 156, Stillwater NJ 07875 (ACA Accredited)

Rolling Hills Day Camp, located in Marlboro, NJ is seeking a Transportation Director to join our year round team. Responsibilities will include supervision of our transportation department, including but not limited to routing, hiring and parent contact. Candidate will be responsible for the day to day operation of our entire bus fleet during the summer. Candidate must have a Bachelor’s Degree, strong computer skills and the ability to learn database management. Please email resume to (ACA Accredited)

A destination for culture, education and compassionate support since 1917, the YM & YWHA of Washington Heights and Inwood (the Y) elevates the lives of our diverse and evolving community through programming and service informed by universal Jewish values. Join our growing team of engaged, vibrant, and collaborative professionals today as a full-time member of our newest endeavor, an Assistant Director with Camp Twelve Trails! Combining the best of general and specialty day camps, Camp Twelve Trails is a new concept that welcomes children ages 5  16 to Neighborhoods, in which they can explore their individual interests. This Assistant Director joins a leadership team of five other Assistant Directors. Charged with managing many of the logistics and administrative aspects of camp, this essential position supports with the following job duties, including recruitment, managing registration, supporting with staff recruitment and human resources, supervising transportation systems, and much more. Interested? Email a resume and cover letter to Adam Benmoise at

Camp Friedberg is operated by the Barry and Florence Friedberg JCC in Oceanside, NY. The Camp Director will be responsible for the administration and management of the day camp, part time travel camp, and CIT programs based at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds in Wheatley Heights, NY. The Camp Director will work under the supervision of the Program Director year round, focusing on marketing and recruitment in the off-season. Experience and background: Significant camp program development, administration, and evaluation experience  At least 3 years leadership experience in camping; at least one year as a director or assistant director preferred. Excellent leadership and management skills. A creative problem solver and innovative thinker. Must be able to multi-task. Energetic with a passion for camp and the outdoors. Impeccable organization skills. Experience working with school age children, including children with special needs. Supervisory experience, including supervising teens. Familiarity working with lay leaders. Bachelor’s Degree required in related field. Send resumes to (ACA Accredited)

The 92nd Street Y, New York’s leading cultural and community center, seeks a Program Associate to support 92Y’s camp’s management team in relation to the programming & administration of all Camp Programs. Essential Functions Include - Answer phones & talk to prospective parents about camp. - Provide overall program & administrative support to camps. - Collaborate with Marketing department to increase Camps Social Media Presence. - Register for and attend all relevant camp fairs, street fairs and other community events. - Manage all payments of bills for camp. - Order supplies and camp merchandise and coordinate their delivery including - Assist with interviewing & hiring of summer staff. - Obtain permits & certificates of insurance for all trips, rental and travel to camp. - Prepare all essential documents in advance of ACA and Board of Health accreditation. - Oversee camp office at 92Y during the camp season. Skills & Qualifications: -Strong oral & written communication skills with an articulate telephone manner-Previous work experience in day camp programs an advantage -Strong interpersonal skills & a keen attention to detail -Ability to work with a diverse cultural population. To apply visit (ACA Accredited)

Camp Pinnacle’s Board of Trustees is seeking to hire an Executive Director who will provide leadership over all Camp programs and facilities in order to fulfill its Vision, Mission and Ministry. The job duties will include managerial oversight of various ministry programs, budget & finances, marketing, fundraising, staff and Board development. This position will supervise and provide guidance of a diverse staff as well as implement and enforce policies and procedures that will maximize the effectiveness of the Ministry. The ideal candidate will need to have a minimum of 5 years of work experience in Christian camping and/or church ministries in the evangelical circles. A thorough, workable knowledge of the Bible as well as the ability to share and teach the Scriptures to others is required. Additional essential qualifications include strong verbal, written and interpersonal communication skills; proven decisive and clearly evident leadership skills; excellent organizational, prioritization and management skills; proven budget and financial acumen; basic proficiency in using computer programs and prior experience in marketing and fundraising. Please submit cover letter and resume to or fax to (518) 872-0036

To manage and oversee the Girl Scouts of Greater New York (the “Council”) year-round camp programs; oversee the camp registration and program processing; promote and implement camping opportunities to girls and adults including theme weekends; act as Summer Camp Director; promote, negotiate and manage the program portion of camp rentals or leasing arrangements at Camp Kaufmann. This position requires being on-site at Camp Kaufmann (Dutchess County, NY) during most weekends, and 1-2 days a week in our Manhattan office. The weekly schedule may fluctuate based on program needs. Qualifications include: Three to five years’ previous experience in developing, implementing and managing camp programs and activities; College degree or related experience; Ability to meet camp and outdoor certification process. ACA certification a plus. A detailed job description for this position, including the full list of responsibilities and qualifications, may be found at Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Please include “Manager of Camp Programs” in the subject line of your e-mail. Resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. (ACA Accredited)

Deer Mountain Day Camp, located in Pomona, NY has a year round opening for an Registration & Family Relations Director. The candidate will work closely with the camp’s directors and be responsible for managing all aspects of the camp’s relationship with existing and prospective camp families. Candidate should have strong organizational skills, excellent written and verbal communication skills and experience managing the expectations of high-end customers. Specific duties include: Manage relationships with existing and prospective customers, oversee camper inquires and manage the camper registration process and maintain the camp’s online database. Manage all aspects of office organization throughout the year and manage the camp’s summer office team. Manage all aspects of Accounts Receivable, including billing, banking and credit card processing. Requirements: Bachelors Degree plus 5+ years of post-college work experience. Experience working with private day or residential camp customers. We are looking for a self-motivated, resourceful, strategic thinker. Full-time position, competitive salary and benefits. Some evening & weekend work required. Forward resumes and cover letters to (ACA Accredited).

To spearhead and manage three Girl Scouts of Greater New York (“GSGNY”) summer day camp programs throughout New York City; obtain licenses and certifications, develop relationships with sites, develop curriculum, manage program site staff, hire and recruit staff, manage our environmental leadership programs in the city, organize field trips and ensure the safety and well-being of campers. Qualifications include: Bachelor’s Degree in Education or related field; Experience working with licensed childcare sites preferred; Knowledge of Department of Health, American Camping Association and Office of Family and Children’s Services standards; Two plus years of experience managing youth development programs; Obtain First Aid and CPR certifications within the first three months of employment. A detailed job description for this position, including the full list of responsibilities and qualifications, may be found at Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to Please include “Urban Day Camp Manager” in the subject line of your e-mail. Resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. (ACA Accredited)

Red Willow Ministries (RWM), a Bible camp of the ELCA, located in central eastern North Dakota, is seeking a qualified, year round Site Manager. The purpose of this position is to maintain buildings, grounds, equipment and other facilities consistent with RWM’s mission, policies and procedures. RWM is accredited with the American Camping Association. Compensation and benefits contingent upon experience. Contact Pastor Jamie at RWM for job description and application. Call 701-676-2681 or email (ACA Accredited)

Flying Horse Farms provides magical, transformative camp experiences for children with serious illnesses and their families, free of charge. Flying Horse Farms is the first camp in the Midwest to become a member of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, founded by Paul Newman. We serve children ages 8-15 and their families, from across Ohio and beyond. The children have medical conditions including cancer, heart conditions, arthritis, blood disorders, asthma, GI disorders, kidney conditions and craniofacial anomalies. The purpose of the role of Assistant Camp Director, Program is to develop & execute camp programs and activities that achieve the mission, core values and program outcomes of Flying Horse Farms. The Assistant Camp Director, Program will oversee the American Camp Association Standards compliance process, will live on-site in Mt. Gilead when camp is in session and fill the role of Camp Director as needed. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree, 2 years experience in a residential camp environment. Interested Applicants: Send resume & cover letter to Jackie at No phone calls. View the full job description & find out more at (ACA Accredited)

Stepping Stones is seeking an experienced and motivated individual with a passion for working with individuals with disabilities as our year-round, live-in Camp Coordinator. The Camp Coordinator is responsible for weekend overnight programming throughout the school year, summer overnight camps and a summer day camp. Responsibilities include the development, implementation, oversight, and administration of all programs, as well as day-to-day program planning, assistance with participants, and staff supervision. The coordinator is responsible for hiring, training, and supporting around 60 seasonal staff and collaborating with support staff. Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED. Bachelor’s degree preferred. Candidates must be adept at planning age appropriate, engaging, and exciting activities and programming for individuals with disabilities ages 5-85. Coordinator MUST have a serious interest in having fun! Compensation ranges from $24,000 - $25,000/yr. Housing plus utilities, generous paid time off, 403B, employee health, employee dental, life and disability insurance all included at no cost. For consideration, email resume to or apply at

The Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland seeks applicants for its Director of Camp Wise position. Founded in 1907, Camp Wise is a 375 bed overnight camp located in Chardon Ohio with a reputation as one the premier Jewish resident camps in the country. The Director has oversight of all aspects of the Camp’s operation including program development and implementation, marketing and recruitment, development and supervision of staff, site management, long range strategic planning, financial management, alumni relations, and leadership of the Camp Wise Committee. The Director of Camp Wise is a member of the Mandel JCC’s senior management team. Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Education, Social Work, Recreation Sciences, or a related field and five to seven years of camp management and administration experience. A strong knowledge of Jewish culture, heritage, and traditions, as well as financial management skills and a working knowledge of short and long-term planning and program development are also required. Send cover letter, resume, and three professional references to (ACA Accredited)

Essential Job Functions: 1. In collaboration with Air Camp’s EXCOM and Curriculum Director, design, deliver, and evaluate camp programs that meet the needs and interests of Air Camp’s vision, mission, and target populations. 2. Manage Air Camp’s financial resources and reporting/tracking products. 3. Collaborate, support, and participate in marketing plan(s) developed by the Marketing Committee to increase the number of student applications and broaden the demographics of student applicants who apply. 4. Implement human resource management practices to recruit, train, and retain seasonal and year-round staff. Qualifications: College degree with preference to candidates with STEM academic preparation. Physical Requirements: This position requires ability to: Position, lift, and carry awkward items weighing up to 40 pounds for distances up to 100 feet. Must be able to work up to 18-hour-days for periods of time extending 7-10 days during each camp week. Compensation: The total compensation package is anticipated to be $60,000-65,000. Contacts:  Send Resume or written communications to Dr. Vincent J. Russo: For verbal communications contact Dr. Thomas J. Lasley: 937-229-5773. Indeed and LinkedIn, Dayton, OH.

The Oregon Museum of Science & Industry (OMSI) is seeking a full-time Assistant Manager to live & work on site at our location in Fossil, Oregon. This position is responsible for assisting the Hancock Field Station Manager in successfully running OMSI Outdoors programs. This position is also responsible for coordinating & implementing programs, developing curriculum, supervision of summer camp counselors, & providing administrative support. Room & board are provided. Ideal candidates have thorough working knowledge of learning styles, instructional strategies, & working knowledge of current trends in outdoor science education; demonstrated leadership skills; the ability to promote teamwork & collaboration; ability to communicate with & direct small & large groups; strong time management skills, including project management; attention to detail with a high degree of accuracy, excellent organizational, analytical & problem solving skills; proficient in Microsoft Office; understanding of confidentiality & protocol; minimum 1 – 2 years’ previous experience. Pay: $35,450 - $39,875 per year. For the full description & to apply, please visit (ACA Accredited)

Just a short drive from Dallas, Collin County Adventure Camp (CCAC) is the ideal getaway for church groups, family reunions, corporate staff retreats, scout troops, hobby and craft groups, and more. CCAC also makes an impact through Day Camp and Resident Camp for our surrounding communities. Whether it’s a day-long event or overnight stay, each program can be tailored to each group’s needs. Located in Anna, TX CCAC has 430 acres and 530 beds. For full job description and to apply go to:  & click on "Employment" at the bottom of the screen. (ACA Accredited)

Lakeview Methodist Conference Center, Palestine, TX, is seeking a dynamic, forward thinking leader with a strong understanding of Wesleyan Theology. This person must have working knowledge of current camping industry trends. Lakeview is focused on being a premier resident camp, outdoor education center, and Christian ministry and leadership training center. The candidate must have the ability to communicate effectively and skilled in recruiting, organizing, and working with volunteers and staff. The Ministry and Program Director is responsible for all programmatic elements at Lakeview and will be entrepreneurial and innovative in nature to lead the camp into the future. Do you have a creative and innovative spirit – ready to build on the long history of ministry? Kaleidoscope ( is conducting the search for Lakeview. Contact for more information and an application packet.

Accountabilities: • During June, July, and August, live on-site at Camp Cloud Rim as the Camp Director. • Develop, deliver, and maintain progression within summer camp programs. • Hire, train, supervise, and manage seasonal camp staff (summer and school year). • Develop, deliver and maintain weekend programs at Cloud Rim during August & September. • Develop, deliver and maintain high adventure programs during the school year for girls in 6th-12th grade. • Develop, deliver and maintain progression based outdoor curriculum for Girl Scout volunteers. • Develop and maintain an outdoor-related resource guide of Council approved vendors and outfitters for troops to use for High Adventure Activities. • Seek out Community Partners to help provide workshops towards earning the GSUSA outdoor badges. • Develop and maintain a troop camping trip resource guide for Troop Leaders. • Provide adult volunteer trainings focused on waterfront (waterfront lifeguarding, small craft safety). • Ensure compliance with the Girl Scouts of the USA and American Camp Association program/site standards at all times at Camp Cloud Rim. • Must be 25 years or old. Email cover letter and resume to (ACA Accredited)

The YWCA of Vermont and Camp Hochelaga is aggressively seeking a qualified professional to fill the vacancy of Camp Director. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Camp Director administers the business operations and programs of YWCA Camp Hochelaga in accordance with the mission, policies and objectives of the YWCA. The Camp Director must understand the basic concepts of managing a resident camp and its employees; must be aware of the needs of both campers and staff to ensure a quality program; must understand the maintenance requirements of the facility in order to keep the camp running effectively; must have an understanding of the respective roles of the Board of Directors, Camp Committee, staff, and campers. The new Camp Director must be growth oriented and have the capacity to take Camp Hochelaga to the next level by strengthening existing and developing new programming experiences, including off season rentals. Min. 5 years residential camp experience or equivalent; Bachelor’s degree; Experience in hiring, training and supervising staff and campers. Send Resume to: Deb Sawyer Jorschick YWCA of VT 76 Pearl St Essex Jct.,VT 05452 email Deadline: Friday Nov. 20, 2015 (ACA Accredited)

The D&ARS will collaborate on fundraising, publications, events & programs. The D&ARS will help to implement donor strategies for both restricted & unrestricted giving, implement & support events & publications for constituents, & perform database data & gift entry in the Raiser’s Edge database. The D&ARS will establish a planned giving program. The ideal candidate has strong experience in fundraising, excellent verbal & written communication skills, strong team building skills & the ability to communicate with a variety of constituents. Full description: To apply, send resume & cover letter to The AF is a Vermont-based nonprofit that provides summer camps, family camps and education programs emphasizing simplicity, the outdoors and living in community. Our mission is to inspire people of all ages to learn, explore, grow & be their best selves. The Aloha Foundation, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, religion, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, or disability with respect to: employment, volunteer participation, & the provision of services.

The Director of Lanakila is a year-round, full time employee of The Aloha Foundation with the primary responsibility of managing & running Lanakila with the highest level of quality & safety, & in accordance with Aloha principles, traditions and history. The Lanakila Director reports to the Executive Director of The Aloha Foundation. Complete job description: To apply, send resume & cover letter as a single PDF file to Lanakila serves approximately 235 boys aged 8-14 years old, with a staff of 100 counselors who participate in an amazing camp community. The Director works closely with the staff to develop & implement a program of remarkable quality that serves as a leader among its peers. Lanakila operates alongside 5 other Aloha Foundation programs with a shared mission & talented leaders. Please save your application in the form of FIRSTNAME_LASTNAME. In your cover letter, please explain how you are uniquely positioned to fill the role. Please list 3 total references, 1 personal & 2 work-related. Review of applications will begin on 11/15 & continue until the position is filled.  (ACA Accredited)

Washington DC OFF SEASON - Hughsville, MD – SUMMER Camping Specialist is responsible for a broad range of duties relating to the development and implementation of outdoor education programs. This position provides staff leadership and support in the areas of troop camping, sleep-away and day camp opportunities to supportive volunteers and girls in their participation in and/or delivery of outdoor education opportunities. During the summer the applicant takes on the role of on-site Camp Director. The job description for this position and all of our current openings can be found on our website: HOW TO APPLY Email cover letter and resume to Betsy West, Senior Staff Recruiter, at (ACA Accredited)

The Assistant Director for Camp Programs helps provide life-changing summer experiences for young people from Milwaukee’s underserved communities. Responsibilities: Support the recruitment of seasonal employees, including managing social media strategies, on-campus & career fair recruiting, public speaking, and interviewing. Design and implement trainings & professional development opportunities for seasonal employees during the school-year. Manage significant portions of the Resident Camp program and operations. Plan, execute and manage Resident Camp retreats during school year. Oversee the summer Employment Program for teens who have grown up in the organization and provide success coaching. Benefits: Competitive salary and excellent vacation plan. Qualifications: The ability to live at the resident camp for several weeks each summer as well as several weekends throughout the school-year (three hours West of Milwaukee). At least one year in a supervisory role. Experience in creating and supporting developmentally appropriate programming. Bachelor’s Degree in a related field required. To apply: send cover letter and resume to with Assistant Director for Camp Programs in the subject line. (ACA Accredited)

Wisconsin Badger Camp, a nonprofit organization providing recreational and educational opportunities for people with developmental disabilities, is looking for a full-time, year-round Camp Director. Badger Camp is accredited by the American Camping Association. The Director is responsible for all aspects of recruiting, program development, staff management, parent relations and camp communications. Desired qualifications: Bachelors degree in camp administration, education, or related field, or related experience. Experience with adults/children with developmental challenges a must. Must have ability to recruit, train, supervise, and motivate staff. Resumes are due by 11/20/2015. If you are people-oriented, organized, and hard working, you may be the right person to join our team. Excellent benefits and competitive salary. Submit resume and cover letter to: or Wisconsin Badger Camp Attn: Brent Bowers P.O. Box 723Platteville, WI 53818 (ACA Accredited)

A senior level leadership position at Lake Valley Camp that provides oversight for year-round
programs that support the development of youth from under-served neighborhoods to teach, lead and inspire others in the community. In addition to supervising existent programming, the candidate will be expected to provide creative, well researched, and thoroughly developed ideas that expand program offerings. Programs put emphasis on meeting identified needs, supporting positive youth outcomes, and reinforcing the mission and values of LVC. The Director of Urban Programs is responsible for creating an environment and experience that ensures the safety (physical and emotional) of all participants (youth, families, and staff). Candidate is also responsible for budget creation, oversight of Milwaukee program related spending, and fiscally responsible decision making. The Director of Urban Programs supports and communicates the goals and strategic vision of LVC, and embodies the LVC core-values at all times and works to ensure that staff and youth participants grow and thrive with LVC. This is a GREAT opportunity! Interested? Send cover letter and resume to with Director of Urban Programs in the subject line. (ACA Accredited)



The American Youth Foundation at Camp Miniwanca is seeking a Food Program Manager to join our full-time team. Located along the shores of Lake Michigan and Stony Lake, with beautiful sand dunes and over 350 acres of forest, Miniwanca is a year-round facility that provides leadership programs to school groups during the spring and fall, and traditional camp programs for ages 8 to 17 during the summer. Position responsibilities include: development of a comprehensive food program including menu planning, inventory control, ordering, budget management, meal preparation, seasonal staff hiring and supervision. Requirements include experience in: food service management, staff recruitment, training and supervision and inventory management. Additional requirements include: excellent communication skills, extensive knowledge of food safety standards with applicable certifications, organizational skills and customer service skills. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and have a driver’s license in good standing. Position starts January 2016 with a competitive salary and generous benefits. Send resume and 3 references to: Hiring Manager at or 8845 W. Garfield Rd., Shelby, MI 49455. (ACA Accredited)



The East Bay Facility Manager is an integral part of the hospitality team, playing the key leadership role for daily operation, annual maintenance, and long-term care of facility assets. In conjunction with the Site Manager, the Facility Manager supervises and coordinates facility staff and volunteers and helps to meet the needs of guest groups. The applicant must be a mature adult with a deep Christian faith consistent with the United Methodist Church, a person with energy and passion for camping and retreat ministry both indoor and outdoor and with the ability to manage operational systems and people, to oversee buildings and grounds, and to extend a spirit of radical hospitality. Compensation package includes: salary, on site housing, and benefits. East Bay Camp is a year round camp and retreat facility of the Illinois Great Rivers Conference of The United Methodist Church located on Bloomington Lake in Hudson, Illinois. The camp is now accepting resumes, which should be sent to P.O. Box 19207, Springfield, IL 62794, or emailed to By no later than November 15, 2015. See more at (ACA Accredited)

Dear future Facility Director! Barefoot's multicultural, Christ-centered ministry has been praying for you since 2008. You are someone who loves Jesus and believes in the power of the camping platform for impacting the lives of others for Kingdom purposes. You are a servant-leader and wake up each day seeking little fan fair, but expecting to do something that will have eternal consequences. You enjoy the seasons in the South and have always dreamed of living on a lake in KY. Your many gifts include spiritual maturity, administration, hospitality and a great work ethic. You put people first and no request is too big or too small. Although you are not always on time, punctuality is important. Missing deadlines drives your crazy, but when it happens, you are committed to communicating well. You love working outdoors, fixing things, managing projects and equipping young people. Stewardship is important in every facet of life and you do not hesitate to ask for help when you are stretched. In times of stress, you've learned to take a moment prior to speaking. At the end of the day, you are tired, but you find joy and reflect upon how you've loved your neighbor well. If this is you, please contact us at

Camp Mowglis in Hebron, NH is looking for a Camp Maintenance Professional to join our year-round team. This person should have knowledge of and experience in all aspects of camp maintenance including but not limited to: electrical, carpentry, plumbing, landscaping, ACA SF standards, and be a pro at general facility maintenance. In addition, the ideal candidate will have a love for all things camp, will understand the importance of customer service, and will have a get-r-done, can-do attitude. This position is full time during the spring, summer, and fall, and part-time over the winter with onsite housing available. For more information on Camp Mowglis please visit Please email resumes to director Nick Robbins at No calls or emails asking for more info please.

We are looking for someone with a strong work ethic and desire to live and work in a close community to serve in the much-needed role of Facilities Manager. He/She should be passionate about ministering in the area of facility maintenance, but also have a desire to mentor and disciple others through this ministry position within the work setting of a farm. CHARACTERISTICS: Strong Christian faith, integrity, moral values, and convictions. QUALIFICATIONS: Over 10 years' experience in construction or property management. Experience/knowledge/certification in carpentry, roofing, appliance repair, plumbing, electrical, glass repair, landscaping, dry walling, concrete, HVAC, refrigeration, heavy equipment operation, and masonry. Ability to work within a team environment, communicate well, and to lead managers to work to deadlines. COMPENSATION: Housing, utilities, and other benefits are provided by His Mansion. Employees are required to raise support for their personal needs.TO APPLY: Before applying, please read the job description in its entirety at, and the statement of faith at If interested, please email a resume to Ed Perrine at

We are looking for someone with a strong work ethic and desire to live and work in a close community to serve in the much-needed role of Fleet/Agricultural Equipment Technician. He/She should be passionate about ministering in the area of mechanics, but also have a desire to mentor and disciple others through this ministry position within the work setting of a farm. MISSION: To inspire Christ-like change through authentic relationships in a community context, with Biblical truth and love. CHARACTERISTICS: Strong Christian faith, integrity, moral values, and convictions. QUALIFICATIONS: 3 years’ automotive experience. Experience/knowledge in heavy equipment. COMMUNITY: We have about 80 people who live on-site all year-round, comprised of full-time staff and their families, gap-year students, and facilitators. COMPENSATION: Housing, utilities, and other benefits are provided by His Mansion. Employees are required to raise support for their personal needs.TO APPLY: Before applying, please read the job description in its entirety at, and the statement of faith at If interested, please email a resume to Ed Perrine at

Ready to join a fun, friendly team where campers are the #1 priority? Keyauwee Program Center, Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont, seeks a Ranger to join our energetic and hard working team. Live and work in a beautiful, rural camp setting with on-site housing provided. Rangers are responsible for site maintenance, risk management, annual property budget planning, and assist with long term property planning. They practice preventative risk management, insure safe and efficient facility operations at KPC, and supervise seasonal assistants and contractors. Camp Rangers provide excellent customer service in assisting groups using our properties. HS grad or equiv. + 5 years property/maintenance experience in camp or similar setting with general maintenance skills. Certification/License in a trade area (electrical, plumbing, carpentry) preferred. MS Word/Excel proficiency and ability to use e-mail communication is required. Salary mid 20s per year. Onsite housing + utilities are provided and required. Health, dental, life, LTD, excellent paid time off. EEO employer. More info at To apply send resume AND cover letter to  (ACA Accredited)

Canonicus Camp and Conference Center, a ministry of the American Baptist Churches of Rhode Island (ABCORI), is a year around ministry located in Exeter, RI. We are looking for a gifted person to join our team. This person should have three to five years experience in the care and maintenance of buildings and grounds with general carpentry, plumbing, mechanical and electrical skills. This is a full time salaried position with primary responsibilities for managing the maintenance of ABCORI properties (308 acres plus rentals), including natural resources, buildings and grounds, care and maintenance of the physical plant, vehicles and equipment on a year round basis. General work hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 pm. Monday through Friday and weekends as needed (excluding winter months due to snow removal). Resumes should be mailed to the attention of Rev. Nikita McCalister, Associate Executive for Administration, 54 Exeter Road, Exeter, RI 02822, or emailed to See more at or (ACA Accredited)

Asbury Hills Camp & Retreat Center in Cleveland, SC, is accepting resumes for the position of Facilities Manager. Responsibilities include managing facilities operations, preventative maintenance, improvements, construction projects, and leading and developing staff. The ideal candidate will have a strong Christian faith consistent with the United Methodist Church, excellent leadership abilities, commitment to guest services, proficient skills in maintenance and grounds, and qualified experiences in facilities management positions preferably in Camp and Retreat Centers. Benefits include salary, housing negotiable, health insurance benefits, and pension. Start date in early 2016. Resumes and a letter of interest will be accepted through December 15, 2015, and can be emailed to David Rouse at More information about Asbury Hills is available at (ACA Accredited)



Habonim Dror Camp Moshava, is seeking a part-time assistant to provide administrative support to the Executive Director in the overall business operation of the camp on a year-round basis. Tasks include administrative support for preparing for ACA visit, purchasing, data entry and database clean-up, personnel record keeping, development support and bookkeeping. The successful candidate will have excellent organizational skills, great attention to detail and good communication skills to deal with multiple stakeholders in our community. Time Commitment: 20-25 hours/week. Qualifications: Experience in business or office setting. Knowledge of and experience in business: ordering, inventory, cash management, and office equipment use. Fluent in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point) and quick to learn data management systems. College graduate preferred. Minimum two years in an administrative position preferred. Benefits: Full tuition remission for camp age children to attend HDCM, flexible work schedule, paid holidays and leave and family friendly environment. Visit to see a full job announcement. Interested parties may submit a resume and cover letter to (ACA Accredited)


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