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Summer Camp Jobs from the American Camp Association Job List for April 1, 2012

April 2nd, 2012 · No Comments · Camp Jobs

Summer Camp Jobs from the American Camp Association Job List for April 1, 2012

List of Year-Round Camp Jobs from the American Camp Association from April 1, 2012. Visit the ACA Summer Camp Job Center and find out how the ACA can help you find a job or find employees.

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Alphabetical by state under the following categories:

Activity Specialist = 7
Administration = 6
Site & Facilities = 2

* New listings = 9

ACTIVITY SPECIALIST

* CAMP DIRECTOR – CONNECTICUT
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp, founded by Paul Newman is a nonprofit, year-round center serving children and families coping with chronic and life threatening illnesses. The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp seeks a highly motivated and uniquely qualified individual for the position of Camp Director. This individual will help lead The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp’s efforts in providing an innovative and highly engaging Camp program in a social context of Safety, Respect and Love. Key Attributes: Strong work ethic, highly developed communication skills, experience with program research and development, as well as strong and proven leadership / supervision skills. Application Process: Applications accepted through April 18th, 2012. A resume, cover letter, salary expectations and an employment application form (available at www.holeinthewallgang.org) may be emailed to hr@holeinthewallgang.org or mailed to: Matthew Cook, Director of Camp Operations, 565 Ashford Center Road, Ashford, CT 06278. (ACA Accredited)

* CAMP ADVANCEMENT MANAGER – NEW HAMPSHIRE
Fleur de Lis Camp seeks a self-motivated and goal oriented professional to lead a new residential program for deserving girls including fund development, recruitment of campers & alumnae volunteers, and program development. Requires significant community development and ability to implement the future vision; position is also a seasonal camp administrator/leader during the summer and assists as needed with core business strategies like recruitment, retention, fund development. Minimum age of 25 with 3-5 years administrative experience, strong management and communication skills; ability to travel New England and be on-site June-August. Contact carrie@fleurdeliscamp.org for a job description and to submit a resume. Position is part-time, to begin Oct/Nov 2012 with possible summer 2012 seasonal administrative role. Fleur de Lis Camp is a non-profit, all girls, traditional summer camp located in Fitzwilliam, NH: www.fleurdeliscamp.org. (ACA Accredited)

OUTDOOR EDUCATION NATURALIST – NEW JERSEY
Camp Mason seeks individuals for positions teaching groups of students in outdoor, environmental and recreational activities. Duties include planning and teaching classes to groups of students 10 – 14 yrs. old; supervising outdoor recreation activities; assisting with curriculum development and planning; when needed, assisting with cleaning and preparation of camp facilities. Requirements: Degree or major in Environmental Science, Education, or related field; must be comfortable outdoors and familiar with outdoor recreation and natural sciences; capable of supervising children; some knowledge of at least 3 key curriculum subjects. First aid and CPR will be needed. $300-$320 per week plus room and board. Evening program work pays an additional $15 per hour. Spring season is April 16th – June 17th, 2012. To apply, submit resume and cover letter to Alison Fisk, Outdoor Center Director at alison@campmason.org or 23 Birch Ridge Road, Hardwick, NJ 07825. Website: www.campmason.org. (ACA Accredited)

* BEACH FRONT RESORT ACTIVITY STAFF/LIFEGUARDS – SAIPAN
Beach Front Resort Seeks Lifeguards/Activity Staff-Saipan (Northern Marianas Islands), Are you a camp counselor looking for a great opportunity during the off-season? Ready to live on a tropical island? The Sports, Entertainment and Activities Department at Pacific Islands Club Saipan is looking for outgoing and energetic individuals to teach activities to hotel guests in and out of the water (archery, water aerobics, tennis, laser tag, beach volleyball, windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling, wall climbing and the Point Break Wave Machine). We are looking for customer-service minded recreation staff to help with our Kids Club program. We are seeking certified lifeguards. Attractive compensation package for six month contract hires (r/t airfare, shared housing, meals, medical and an hourly wage plus OT). MUST BE ABLE TO LEGALLY WORK IN THE UNITED STATES. Send inquiries to activitiesmanager@picsaipan.com. Resort information can be found at http://www.picresorts.com/saipan/activities-en.html.

* EVENT MANAGER (SEASONAL) – TEXAS
Spend a semester with Camp Cho-Yeh serving as an Event Manager and play an integral role in building relationships and impacting lives through Christ-centered service. Cho-Yeh’s Team of Event Managers partner with group leaders and other Cho-Yeh team members to ensure the success of events hosted at Cho-Yeh. This position demands you to be highly relational, to think critically, to work within a team, and to be able to facilitate and debrief a variety of experiences. Ideal applicants are college students and recent graduates who exhibit a strong work ethic and a servant’s heart. If you are looking to invest into others and to be invested into, chances are the Cho-Yeh Event Manager position is for you. For more information and to apply, visit: www.cho-yeh.org/staff. (ACA Accredited)

* PROGRAM STAFF – TEXAS
Camp All Saints right on Lake Texoma and is owned and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas. We have a robust outdoor education program that works with 5th grade students and a Christian summer program. For our JOLT program we teach topics covering wilderness survival, trees, fossils, animal tracking, wetland health and weather, to name some. We also have a great selection of low and high challenge course elements; experience in those areas is a plus, as is experience with waterfront activities such as swimming, canoeing (ect.). Our program operates from February through December, breaking for January. Employment is full time, with some evening and weekend work required. Compensation is $400 weekly with benefits starting after 90 days. Bachelors degree and/or experience with nature and/or summer camps or teaching. Willing to obtain all certifications, CRP, Lifeguarding, and challenge course (ect.). Website: http://www.allsaintstexoma.org/jobs.php

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND ACTIVITY SPECIALIST – WASHINGTON
Camp Sealth is one of the largest camps on the West Coast, covering 400 wooded acres, including a mile and a half of salt water beach on the Puget Sound. Camp Sealth has served youth and families since 1920. Programs include forest, marine, and wetland ecologies, sustainability, astronomy, renewable energy, and outdoor living skills. In addition, Camp Sealth offers recreational activities such as challenge course, waterfront, archery, and arts and crafts. Camp Sealth is seeking individuals who have an enthusiasm for the outdoors, have experience teaching and leading, are looking for an opportunity to become part of a hard working community, and display creativity, energy, motivation, and professionalism. The season is from mid-April to the end of June. $250/week + room and board provided. For more information please visit the website at www.campsealth.org or contact Elyse Dull at elysed@campfire-usa.org or 206-463-6938 extension 34. (ACA Accredited)

ADMINISTRATION

* ASSISTANT CAMP DIRECTOR – CALIFORNIA
Academy by the Sea / Camp Pacific is seeking a year-round Assistant Camp Director. Position involves all aspects of residential summer program; marketing, promotion, programming, recruitment & training. Successful candidate will contribute significantly towards meeting departmental goals. The Assistant Director will be primarily responsible for developing and implementing program specific marketing, including the creation of print media, maintenance of internet advertising, social media site updates and management of customer inquiry tracking. The person filling this position will need strong written and verbal communication skills with the ability to relate to a diverse population. If you have a passion for camp, experience in seasonal recreation programs and want to work with a diverse, international group of campers, we want to hear from you! This is a full-time, exempt position with excellent benefits. To apply send cover letter and resume to summer@abts.com or fax 760-729-1574. (ACA Accredited)

(SEASONAL) – PULL UP A RUG AND HEAR A TALE – CALIFORNIA
Once upon a time, in a place not too far yet not too near, a great gathering was called. From across the known lands, people came to play, to learn, to create, to participate, to inspire, to look, to teach, to find. A beacon was lit via photons to call forth three special beings. One to serve younger girls and their counselors in this magical, nonprofit wonderland. Another to improve and expand upon over 140 program areas, a “Playstation,” and evening programs. And finally one whose skills and penchants are of a need that both shall know when they know them. Because the magic requires a great preparation, over 400 hours shall be dedicated to such before the children actually arrive. Are you on a quest? Wish to hear more of the story? Over 360 pages may be read here, www.campaugusta.org, or call up to hear more of the oral tale. 530-265-3702. And, of course, everyone lived happily ever after, the beginning.

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER: MISSION DELIVERY – GEORGIA
The COO of Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta manages 60 staff in office and field based locations. Budgetary responsibility is approximately $16-$18 million. This community-focused person will provide leadership to staff and volunteers in fostering programs and membership in new and promising venues and in extending service through outreach initiatives to disadvantaged youth segments within the broader population. Building strong cross functional teams to achieve organizational goals is necessary for this key senior leadership role, demonstrated through a minimum of 7 years progressively responsible senior management experience within a career spanning 15+ years. Degree plus experience in youth programming and volunteer life-cycle management in non-profits is a plus. For consideration, please e-mail your cover letter and resume to Bob Perodeau at: evergreen.source@att.net. See more details and other current openings at www.egreensource.com.

DIRECTOR OF HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS – MASSACHUSETTS
The Office of High School Programs at Brandeis University is looking for a Director, who will be responsible for the overall management of all Brandeis summer programs for high school students, as well as the strategy and development of new programs. The Director will work in close collaboration with the senior administration of the University to develop a strategy for new program development and implementation; oversee the development of a recruitment strategy; generate, develop, and maintain relationships with funders and funding sources; develop, maintain, and oversee relationships with program partners; supervise full-time program directors and summer staff; oversee curriculum and program development, assessment, and evaluation. For more information on the Office of High School Programs, visit www.brandeis.edu/highschool/index.html. To apply, submit cover letter and resume as a single document at http://www.brandeis.edu/humanresources/jobs/external.html.

* OUTDOOR PROGRAM MANAGER/ENVIRONMENTAL CENTER DIRECTOR – OHIO
Responsible to manage all aspects of program operations at the Elam Environmental Center and Camp Ken-Jockety in accordance with the Council’s strategic priorities; develop and manage environmental and contemporary program opportunities for girls to enrich and strengthen membership; secure, train, and supervise appropriate staff and volunteers necessary to accomplish programmatic goals and leading to a quality experience consistent with Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) and the American Camp Association (ACA) camp standards. Please visit www.gsoh.org/about/employment for detailed job description and requirements before applying. Please email resume and cover letter to hr@gsoh.org, fax to 614-487-8189, or mail to Girl Scouts of Ohio’s Heartland, HR Department, 1700 WaterMark Dr., Columbus, OH 43215. (ACA Accredited)

CAMP COORDINATOR – SOUTH CAROLINA
Camp Sewee & Expedition Sewee. Dates: June – December 2012 (with future opportunities) Camp Sewee is a residential, marine science summer camp for ages 8-16 and is run from June until August ~ Expedition Sewee is a residential, 3-day field study program for schools and is for grades 3-8 (school year) ~ Principal Duties: * Lead, instruct, and supervise campers and counselors in all areas of the programs * Arrange the daily and weekly schedules * Assist the Director in all duties * In charge of all night activities * Set-up & maintenance of program materials and site * Perform camp counselor duties including staying overnight & attending to campers as needed * Responsible for communication with customers ~ Qualifications: * Graduate * Must have leadership/managerial experience * Must have prior camping experience & experience working with kids ~ Salary: $560-$650 bi-weekly (room & board included) ~ Contact: Chelsey Repokis at ylisummercamps@clemson.edu for an application. EOE.

SITE & FACILITIES

* CAMP RANGER – CALIFORNIA
Reporting to the Director of Camp Arnaz and Outdoor Program, the Camp Ranger is accountable for the planned and practical management of the Council’s Camp. The Ranger will maintain the physical property as well as recommend and implement property management strategies consistent with our mission to serve girls. The Ranger provides facilitating services and security of campers and staff while the site is in session. Responsible for the effective supervision of part-time maintenance staff; ensures that the site conforms to health and safety regulations, in addition to preventing or minimizing danger from fire or other accidents. Serves as camp host and on-site resident. Accommodations provided by Council. Full time exempt. Must be able to pass background check. Send cover letter and resume to careers@girlscoutsccc.org or fax to 831.633.4029. No phone calls please. GSCCC is an EEO. www.girlscoutsccc.org.

* FACILITIES MANAGER – MARYLAND
Wabanna Camp & Conference Center, a non-profit, non-denominational Christian ministry is looking for a Facilities Manager for its 22 acre site in Edgewater, Maryland. We are seeking a talented and resourceful Facilities Manager who will be responsible for managing the onsite operations including all repairs, maintenance and safety of buildings, grounds, pool, vehicles, and equipment, in addition to supervising seasonal maintenance staff. Position is full-time and requires working some weekends. Benefits include health insurance, paid vacation, housing, utilities, and annual salary ($20,000-$25,000) depending on experience. For a complete job description and qualifications, please visit www.campwabanna.org. If interested, send a letter of inquiry and resume to mbates@campwabanna.org.

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