Job Descriptions

Dorm Counselor

Dorm Counselors are responsible to act as the Lead Counselor. Responsibilities include: maintaining the physical and spiritual health as well as the well being of a group of ten campers each day; leading cabin devotions; keeping campers on schedule for daily activities; facilitating games and activities; and most importantly, being a positive Christian role model for all campers. Ideal counselors have a mature and active faith in Christ. Counselors should be flexible and responsible individuals. It is a very fulfilling position, but demands energy, love for kids, and a servant’s attitude for God as a motivation. Counselors must be high school graduates and have experience working with children of all ages. One year of college preferred. Get the Standards of Excellence for Camp Counselors here and the Counselor Contract here.
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Dorm Assistant Counselor

Dorm Assistants are responsible to the Lead Counselors. Responsibilities include: assisting Dorm Counselors with “needy” campers –including bunking with cabin groups, spending one-on-one time with specific campers, or just being an “extra hand” for counselors; assisting the Program Team wherever needed; assisting camp staff wherever needed. Dorm Assistants must be positive Christian role models, flexible, and willing to serve wherever they are needed. Applicants must be high school graduates and have experience working with kids.  Get the Standards of Excellence for Camp Counselors here and the Counselor Contract here.
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Worship Leader

The Worship Leader is responsible to the Chapel Coordinator. Responsibilities include: developing and leading a meaningful worship experience for daily chapel sessions and praise night; coordinate with the praise band by practicing and teaching new songs. The Worship Leader must have experience in leading worship and play a lead instrument well. The applicant must be spiritually mature, flexible and have good communication and organizational skills.  Get the Chapel Team job description here.
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Health Staff

The Health Staff is primarily responsible for the implementation of the camp’s medical plan. The duties of the Health Services Coordinator and other medical staff must not exceed their training and/or State licensure. Responsibilities include: providing the best health care possible, given restraints of camp environment; providing an upbeat, positive, and efficient environment in the Health Center; housing and dispensing prescribed and OTC medications; providing professional, comprehensive and appropriate documentation. Applicants must be registered medical professionals (MD, PA, NP, RN, LPN), health service experience preferred, with current CPR and First Aid certification.
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Lifeguard

Lifeguards are responsible to the Activities Coordinator. Responsibilities include: instructing a swim class; providing a safe atmosphere in and around the pool area; maintaining and cleaning all equipment. Lifeguards must hold current Lifeguard Training, Standard First Aid and Adult CPR certifications. Lifeguards must be at least high school seniors.
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Open Activity Leader

Individual Activity Leaders are responsible to the Activities Coordinator. Responsibilities include: providing a meaningful lesson with a spiritual focus for their activity; creating a lesson plan for each session; supervising activity staff; maintaining a safe atmosphere. The applicant must be responsible, organized, and possess good communication skills, must have completed at least one year of college and have experience working with children of all ages.
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Minicamp Staff

The Minicamp Coordinator is responsible to the Camp Director. Minicamp staff is responsible for organizing and leading daily activities for “minicampers”, children ages 1-9 years. Minicamp staff must have completed at least one year of college and have experience working with children of all ages.
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Photographer

The Photographer/Videographer is responsible to the Activities Coordinator. Responsibilities include: operating a digital camera; operating digital video camera; compiling video footage of campers from each day into a highlight video set to music. The applicant must bring their own equipment (cameras, computers, printers, etc.).
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Kitchen Crew

The Kitchen Crew consists of a Head Cook, and Kitchen Staff. The Head Cook reports to the Food Services Coordinator, and responsibilities include: assisting in menu planning; preparing and serving of the daily meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner); and preparing additional snacks and food as warranted. The Kitchen Crew reports to the Food Services Coordinator, responsibilities include: assisting in the preparation and serving of meals; washing the dishes; maintaining kitchen cleanliness; setup before and cleanup after meals. The kitchen staff has the opportunity to get involved in all aspects of camp programming while they serve. Cooks must be at least 18 and have past cooking experience. Kitchen Crew applicants must be at least high school juniors.
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Camp Store Manager

The Camp Store Manager is responsible to the Office Manager. Responsibilities include: managing camp store volunteers; ordering food, drinks and other store merchandise; maintaining store inventory; opening and closing store for campers; maintaining campers’ store accounts; tracking camper store change. The applicant must be responsible, organized, and possess good communication skills; retail sales experience preferred.
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Office Staff

The Office Staff is responsible to the Office Manager. Responsibilities include: assisting the Office Manager in office administration duties including, but not limited to, fielding phone calls, sorting mail, filing, typing, and maintaining check-in/out reports. The applicant must be responsible, organized, and possess good communication skills.
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Safety/Security

Safety/Security personnel are responsible to the Facilities Services Coordinator. The Safety/Security team is responsible for the safety and security of staff and campers, including: day and night security patrols; providing “crowd control” during camp events; serving as ushers during chapel events. Additional duties may include: setup and take down for events; and transporting staff and campers across the campus. The applicant must be physically able to lift heavy objects and able to work with little supervision. Applicants must be high school graduates; at least one year of college preferred.
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Custodial

Custodial personnel are responsible to the Facilities Services Coordinator. Responsibilities include: maintaining cleanliness of camp facilities; cleaning all bathrooms daily; emptying trash cans; fixing small maintenance issues; and setup and take down for camp events. The applicant must be physically able to lift heavy objects, able to work with little supervision; and possess a sense of humor (it may not be the most gratifying job at camp).
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