Working at a summer camp is a special (and skill-building) experience, and we're so glad you're thinking of joining our community in 2020! Check out the positions we're hiring for in Summer 2020:

We're Looking for Lead Instructors and Assistant Instructors for:

  • Robotics
  • Video Game Design
  • Digital Film Production
  • Digital Art Lab
  • The Science of LARP (Live-Action Role-Playing)
  • BioZone (Medical Science)
  • Programming & Coding: Swift & iOS development
  • Earth & Sky (Earth Science)
  • The Science of Food
  • Behavioral Sciences

Sci-Tech East is looking for talented and enthusiastic individuals who are passionate about STEM and education! If you want to spend the summer working with inquisitive children in an exciting environment, this is the experience you’re looking for! Instructors will teach campers aged 10-15 who will have beginning to intermediate knowledge of the STEM subject they're learning at camp. Lead Instructors should have at least a bachelor’s degree in Education or a field relevant to the workshop they're teaching and must have experience teaching or working with children. Assistant Instructors should either have completed their degree or are in the process of completing their degree in Education or a field relevant to the workshop they're teaching. Curriculum writing experience is preferred but not required, as we'll provide mentorship every step of the way!

Check out our Workshops to learn more about what you could be teaching in 2020!

Instructors will:

  • Teach three 2-week program blocks during the summer, adjusting teaching styles for various ability levels and ages of campers. By the end of the two-week workshop, campers should have a preliminary working knowledge of their workshop area and have created a project around their interests.
  • Develop and edit the curriculum, which will include curriculum development prior to the summer. Instructors will be expected to plan their lessons prior to the beginning of camp for approval by the Director and Assistant Director. This will allow the team to work together to incorporate Jewish concepts into the lesson and allow for any necessary coaching and/or preparation the instructor needs to feel comfortable teaching these concepts.
  • Attend a mandatory staff training prior to the beginning of summer camp.
  • Teach four blocks per instructional day: 1.5 hours in the morning with both upper camp (8-10th grade) and lower camp (5-7th grade) and 1 hour in the afternoon, again with both upper camp and lower camp, totaling 5 hours of instruction each day. Each set of blocks will be with the same set of campers who chose the instructor's workshop focus at the time of their enrollment.
  • Be a positive role model who enjoys being with and providing guidance to children.
  • Understand the nature of camp life and can adjust plans accordingly and maintain a level of flexibility.
  •  See themselves as members of the greater camp community and participate in activities beyond teaching responsibilities.
  • Help advise the assistant lead instructors and/or counselors assisting in workshops to ensure camper goals and outcomes are being achieved.
  • The Instructor Team is responsible for the planning and implementation of TECHTalks, the showcase that happens at the end of each session, with the assistance of the Program & Logistics Team.
  • Room and board are included as part of working at camp, and there is also the opportunity for those who live locally to commute.

Counselors are the heart of camp! Counselors are responsible for the day-to-day supervision of campers who attend Sci-Tech. As a counselor, your primary job is to take care of campers and ensure that they have a successful and amazing summer. Counselors make the memories that keep campers coming back, from birthday celebrations to nighttime rituals, that turn camp into a home!

Counselors work all over camp in positions that align with their strengths and professional goals, from managing camp communications, working on our programming & logistics, being on our inclusion team and supporting our campers with special needs, leading camp in Jewish ritual and song as a songleader, assisting in workshops, to leading activities throughout the day at camp!

Most of our counselors lead electives called chugim (pronounced hoo-geem) or assist in our workshops. As a chug (pronounced hoo-g) leader or workshop specialist you'd get to spend your summer sharing your deep passions for STEM (or STEM adjacent hobbies) with campers in a unique and engaging way! By creating your own lessons and activities for an elective, or by assisting in workshops, counselors can let their imaginations fly as they inspire campers to explore their own interests.

All Counselors Will: 

  • Create and assist with camp programming, including hall activities, evening programs, sports/athletics, Shabbat programming, field trips, and many many other fun and exciting camp activities!
  • Be a positive role model who enjoys being with, and providing guidance to, children.
  • Have a well-developed sense of responsibility, good judgment, and common sense.
  • Partner with other counselors to ensure full camper supervision during all scheduled activity blocks, meals, free time, rest hour, shower-time, night-time activities, and after lights-out.
  • Live in dorms, where they’re directly responsible for all campers living in the dorms.
  • See that every individual camper makes friends and becomes acclimated to life at camp.
  • Help campers develop their passion for STEM and help them share that passion with the camp community!

Chug Leaders and Workshop Specialists Will:

  • Create and lead electives (chugim) in a STEM (or STEM adjacent) field, or assist in a workshop related to their specialty. When leading an elective this includes creating the activities and ensuring campers are achieving the intended outcomes (with the help of the Assistant Director and the Programming & Logistics team, of course!).
  • Elective Leaders will need to complete some activity planning before the beginning of the summer in partnership with the Director and Program Director.

Looking for ideas for an elective to teach? Check out some chugim from previous years down below!

  • Robotics
  • Digital Film Production
  • Food Science/Food Chemistry
  • Animation
  • Medical Science
  • Programming (especially Swift & Python!)
  • Video Game Design
  • Entrepreneurship/Business
  • Earth Science
  • Science Experiments
  • Fashion Tech/Wearable Technologies/Cosplay
  • 3D Printing
  • Audio Technology or DJing
  • Aviation (both drones and rocketry)
  • Flight Simulators
  • Biology
  • Board Games/Card Games
  • Chemistry
  • Cyber Defense/White Hat Hacking
  • Photography
  • Forensic Science
  • LARPing
  • Magic/Illusions
  • Dungeons & Dragons/Tabletop RPGs
  • Minecraft & Minecraft Modding
  • Physics
  • Legos
  • Gardening
  • Chess
  • Circus Arts
  • Comics/Illustration
  • Ukulele
  • Forecaster of Everything (aka Statistics)
  • Cartography/Map Making
  • Puppetry
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Creative Writing
  • Bugs
  • Origami
  • Structural Engineering
  • Web Design
  • Toy Making
  • Athletics
  • Popular Fandoms (Pokémon, Star Wars, Steven Universe, etc.!)
  • Have a passion for something you want to teach that would be a smash hit at camp? Let us know!

Inclusion Coordinator/Camp Social Worker

The Inclusion Coordinator is a talented, caring individual who is passionate about working with children (and passionate about helping others who work with children)! The Inclusion Coordinator is a key partner to the Camp Director, working in tandem on issues that relate to inclusion and the emotional well-being and mental, emotional and social health of campers and staff at camp. The Inclusion Coordinator should come with experience working with children with identified/special needs in a formal setting as well as experience interacting with other adults or parents. A degree in Social Work, Special Education, Counseling, or other related field is required for the position. Professional experience working with children in a classroom setting or similar environment is strongly preferred.

Inclusion Coordinator/Social Worker will:

  • Create an environment where inclusiveness and acceptance are part of the fabric of camp and camp culture, supporting campers with their needs as well as empowering staff by providing tools for them to best support their campers.
  • Have contact with camper parents prior to the summer, who have campers with identified needs. This includes:
    • - Direct liaison with parents, teachers, and other professionals including medical professionals if necessary.
    • - Review questionnaires with Inclusion consultants prior to camp and speak with parents as camp approaches.
  • Maintain parent contact before and during the camp session regarding preparation for summer session and implementation of the program.
  • Develop and provide a pre-camp inclusion training module for staff.
  • Design modifications to programs and activities to accommodate children with special needs which could include a learning disability, Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Executive Functioning Issues, social cues difficulties, behavioral challenges, anxiety, depression, homesickness, mild cognitive disabilities, selected emotional difficulties, and minor physical limitations.
  • Provide ongoing training and support to other staff members including counselors who work with children with identified needs.
  • Document all aspects of the inclusion program and maintain ongoing written accountability regarding information gathered, anecdotal notes, scheduling, programming, outside contacts, responsibilities, and follow up.
  • Provide short and long-term support of staff members of campers with special needs.
  • Work collaboratively with the camp director around several camp issues including inclusion, health and safety, camper issues, and staff morale.
  • Model and advocate acceptance and understanding for campers and staff with special needs.
  • Attend a mandatory staff training prior to the beginning of summer camp.
  • Understand the nature of camp life and can adjust plans accordingly by maintaining a level of flexibility.
  • Participate in all areas of camp that are within the scope of the role of a leadership team member, which may include night-time watch, Shabbat supervision, the organization of opening/closing day, etc.

Community Care Coordinator

The Community Care Coordinator is a talented, caring individual who is passionate about working with children. The Community Care Coordinator should come with experience working with children in a formal or informal setting and experience interacting with other adults or parents. The Community Care Coordinator is a key partner to the Camp Director, working in tandem on issues that relate to the physical and emotional well-being of campers at camp, especially as it relates to parent needs. Some experience with children with identified needs/special needs is required.

The Community Care Coordinator will:

  • Be a part of the Community Care Team. The community care team will address certain behavioral challenges requiring additional attention. Certain behavioral challenges may fall under the work of the Inclusion Coordinator or the Unit Heads, and there may be some overlap as well.
  • This person will work with staff and campers to address issues related to homesickness, camper-to-camper interactions, etc.
  • Be responsible for the health and welfare of campers.
  • Ensure attention to detail with regard to camper hygiene and cleanliness.
  • Review and organize daily bunk logs, making sure counselors complete them.
  • Work with staff and unit heads on building counselor skills so that the counselors can do their jobs effectively.
  • Respond in a timely manner to parent phone calls, which may include calls related to homesickness, camper-to-camper interactions, letters home, etc. This will involve communication on a daily basis.
  • Work in partnership with the office staff to ensure that all campers are writing letters home 3 times each session.
  • Ensure campers receive their roommate requests each session to the best degree possible and create housing for each session in dorms, halls, and rooms, all in partnership with the Camp Administrator.
  • Liaison to the camp’s health center, understanding and assisting with the needs of the medical team that relate to the functions of the community care coordinator. This may include informing the medical team of needs discussed prior to camp with parents, facilitating visits to the doctor, or helping with an ill camper’s emotions while they are staying in the health center.
  • Be responsible for laundry pick-up and delivery and ensuring all lost items are returned.

 

MESH Support Specialist

The MESH (Mental, Emotional, and Social Health) Support Specialist works closely with the Camp Director and our MESH consultants to support our staff and campers. This position should have experience working in mental health or be pursuing education in the Mental Health/Social Work field. More info coming soon!

Unit Counselor

A prestigious counselor position (also known as an Inclusion Counselor) that assists the community care team with camper care, especially in regards to our campers with identified/special needs. 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy is a place where campers thrive with support from caring counselors and staff. Inclusion counselors receive extra training to specifically support campers with special needs, whether physical, behavioral, or emotional. Inclusion counselors will work under the supervision of both the unit heads and the inclusion coordinator.

Inclusion counselors will:

  • Provide extra support to campers with special needs, as determined by the inclusion coordinator.
  • See that every individual camper – especially those with identified needs – makes friends, becomes acclimated to life at camp, helps campers develop their passion for science and technology, and allows them to integrate into the total camp community.
  • Assist lead instructors in core workshop areas, providing extra support and camper management.
  • Assist counselors in their elective and program areas, providing extra support and camper management.
  • Create and assist with other camp programs, including hall activities, evening programs, Shabbat programming, trip days, and other community-building activities.
  • Create and assist with camp programming, including hall activities, evening programs, sports/athletics, Shabbat programming, field trips, and many many other fun and exciting camp activities!
  • Be a positive role model who enjoys being with, and providing guidance to, children.
  • Have a well-developed sense of responsibility, good judgment, and common sense.
  • Partner with other counselors to ensure full camper supervision during all scheduled activity blocks, meals, free time, rest hour, shower-time, night-time activities, and after lights-out.
  • Live in dorms, where they’re directly responsible for all campers living in the dorms.

Community Care and Inclusion Office Staff

Qualifications:

  • Ability to communicate with others and abide by all rules and policies
  • Strong enthusiasm for and broad-based knowledge of inclusion, special needs education, and mental wellness
  • Ability to work hard, maintain a high level of motivation and be dedicated to work in the Inclusion Office
  • Knowledge and expertise in using Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite

Responsibilities:

  • Answer phones and communicate messages in a timely manner
  • Assist the Inclusion Coordinator and Community Care Coordinator in organizing the needs of campers, staff, and visitors and distributing supplies and info to the appropriate locations and people
  • Assist the Camper Care Coordinator in making the camp a warm and welcoming place to be, including helping with Nikayon (clean-up time), preparing board games and dorm signage every session, making sure that linens and laundry get completed in a timely manner, and other small touches that make camp comforting for everyone there
  • Keep detailed records of camper and staff issues
  • Provide a high level of customer service to all parents and visitors
  • Keep confidential information confidential, including information regarding campers, staff, or families.
  • Assist with other needs of camp, as assigned by supervisor

Supervises 10-25 counselors in a unit. Works closely with the community care team to provide support and guidance for campers and staff. Also works with the programming team to provide high level programming for the campers in their unit.

The Unit Head will:

  • Supervise and mentor counselors within a unit.
  • Be a part of the Community Care Team. The community care team will address certain behavioral challenges requiring additional attention. Certain behavioral challenges may fall under the work of the Inclusion Coordinator, the Community Care Coordinator, or the Unit Heads, and there may be some overlap as well.
  • Maintain the Community Care inventory in partnership with the other unit heads.
  • This person will work with staff and campers to address issues related to homesickness, camper-to-camper interactions, etc.
  • Communicate daily with each counselor to ensure campers are having an engaging and positive experience.
  • Work with co-counselors to create strategies for a cohesive dorm group and a cohesive group of co-counselors.
  • Review counselor daily logs daily. Ensure that counselors are filling out the logs. Daily review of the logs is essential to making sure camper and staff needs are met. This includes material needs (i.e. new toothbrush, soap) as well as behavioral and emotional needs.
  • Provide constant and ongoing positive and constructive feedback to counselors and be the person responsible for evaluating counselors at the end of each session.
  • Help in the dorms during Nikayon (clean up time) and during transitional times.
  • Play an active role in camp life with campers and staff.
  • Offer professional development to counselors 1-2 nights per session.
  • Assist in programming for your unit, especially evening programs and special Saturday programming.
  • Monitor time-off for staff as well as plan staff functions, staff development, and programming at night for staff.

Develops, improves, and runs the Machon Leadership Program for our rising 12th graders. Assists the community care team as needed. More info coming soon!

Program Director

The Program Director supervises and coordinates every aspect of camp outside of workshops. This includes evening programs, Saturday activities (including Shabbat Shalectives), chugim (electives), and any other special programs. The Program Director works closely with the Summer Business Manager and supervises the Programming & Logistics counselors and staff.

The Program Director will:

  • Coordinate with chugim (elective) leaders, ensuring that there are appropriate supplies and spaces.
  • Oversee counselor/specialists in their chug (elective) areas, helping them to develop appropriate lesson plans.
  • Create and edit staff daily schedules, ensuring appropriate coverage and adequate time off for all staff.
  • Give feedback to counselor/specialists to help them teach and inspire at the highest levels.
  • Create and implement daily schedules for special programming days, including but not limited to our July 4th carnival, special games, opening and closing days, intersession, Shabbat/Saturday activities, and evening programs.
  • Work with counselors and the programming & logistics team to create and implement dynamic and fun evening programs, saturday activities, and shabbat shalectives.
  • Organize and welcome guest visitors, including but not limited to technology speakers, musicians, camp superheroes, and faculty.
  • Be part of a program team, led by the Director, to ensure the smooth production of each program and event at camp.

Summer Business Manager

Works closely with the Program Director to make sure all aspects of camp are running smoothly, concentrating primarily on logistics, operations, and supplies. Some might say they are the glue that holds camp together.

 

Programming & Logistics (#PROLO) Staff

Programming & Logistics staff (also known as #PROLO) support the Programming Director in the running of all camp programming and activities. This includes obtaining and delivering supplies, setting up and cleaning activities and programs, inventory database management, Audio-Visual Technology Support, and help to write evening and special programming! #PROLO staff may or may not be counselors living on the halls with campers depending on the needs of camp.

A #PROLO staff member will:

  • Work closely with the program director to ensure that all programs are running smoothly
  • Read and provide feedback to staff about evening programming
  • Help to gather and distribute program supplies for programs, including, but not limited to, evening programs
  • Help support special events and staff programming
  • Facilitate all-camp programming, including Saturday afternoon, Shabbat Shelectives, the July 4th festival, as well as evening programs.
  • Maintain inventory of all camp supplies and distribute camp supplies as necessary.
  • Coordinate with other camp staff on supply requisitions and ensure that all supplies are purchased in a timely manner.
  • Play a role in managing set-up/clean-up tasks for daily camp activities.
  • Participate regularly and enthusiastically in all camp programs
  • Responsible for the health, safety, and happiness of ALL campers at ALL times
  • Participate regularly and enthusiastically in all Judaic programming, including Shabbat programming
  • Exercise good judgment and safety consciousness at all times. Act as role-model for safety
  • Ability to lift at least 25 lbs without assistance
  • Ability to maintain calm and composure in times of stress
  • Ability to walk moderate distances
  • Other as needed responsibilities

The Audio-Visual Specialist on the #PROLO team will...

  • Act as primary individual responsible for the set-up and operation of Audio and Video (AV) systems used by Sci-Tech at Governor's Academy
  • Test and set-up AV equipment, including but not limited to, overhead projectors, microphones, radios, podiums, lighting, cameras, speakers, etc
  • Perform regular equipment maintenance
  • Account for inventory of AV equipment before and after each event
  • Provide service and technical support throughout programs; assist staff and clients in proper use the of equipment
  • Assist team with proper security, storage, transportation and maintenance of equipment
  • When not performing AV roles, assist Logistics and Programming team with other logistical needs
  • Perform additional duties and projects as assigned by supervisor

The Driver on the #PROLO team will...

  • Possess a valid Drivers Licence (International Drivers Licence if from outside the United States)
  • Communicate with others and abide by all rules and policies
  • Have training and experience in driving for long periods of time in unknown areas.
  • Have a strong enthusiasm for and broad-based knowledge of assigned area
  • Maintain a high level of motivation and be dedicated to work in driving
  • Maintain camp vehicles and make sure they remain clean and safe
  • Be the primary camp driver both in camp and out of camp for all of our driving needs
  • Drive in a safe manner at all times.
  • Complete all driving needs, including making airport runs, taking campers and staff to doctor’s visits or the emergency room as required, purchasing supplies and making shopping runs, or picking staff up from their days off in the nearby cities.

Director of Jewish Life

Oversees the entirety of Jewish Life at camp. Shabbat services, b'nai mitzvah tutoring, faculty coordination and instruction, daily rituals (like Boker Big Bang), Israel education, and integration of Jewish education into workshops and chugim are just a few of the ways our Director of Jewish Life brings RUACH to Jewish Learning at Sci-Tech.

Director of Jewish Life will:

  • Supervise the Jewish component of each program.
  • Plan and lead Shabbat services on Friday night and Saturday morning.
  • Be a member of the program team which consists of the logistics director, assistant director, and program assistant.
  • Create Jewish ritual moments and traditions throughout the summer along with the director. These moments include, but are not limited to the morning ritual, opening/closing ceremonies, t’filah, tikkun olam programs, dining hall teaching moments/rituals. Will also work to create sacred spaces that campers will be a part of creating (i.e. creating, decorating, designing elements of the sanctuary).
  • In partnership with the head counselor(s), plan leadership opportunities for the oldest campers.
  • Serve as the liaison to faculty with regard to camp programming. The camper care coordinator will partner with the faculty on housing and other personal needs while at camp. Additionally, the Director of Jewish Life will serve as a liaison to any visitors from the professional staff of local congregations.
  • Develop Jewish educational curricula in conjunction with year-round staff before the summer starts.
  • Serve as the Supervisor and point person for the Israeli Mishlachat. This includes the planning of Israel programs but also includes the care and attention to the well-being of the Israeli staff.
  • Attend an April education seminar in Israel with other URJ camp educators.
  • Have a passion for science and technology as well as Judaism in order to bring an immersive Jewish experience to campers whose interests lie in science and technology.
  • The Director of Jewish Life will be a key member of the camp’s leadership ensuring that all programming and general camp procedures are implemented successfully. Other duties may be assigned at the discretion of the director. Examples of these duties may include nighttime duty, regular meetings, safety/security manager, airport liaison, trip day leader, administrative work, etc.

Head Songleader

Might also be known as the "Director of Music & Ritual". Assists the Director of Jewish Life in the leading of all Jewish ritual activities. They also mentor counselors, campers, and machonikim who are songleaders and run camp's daily evening song sessions. They also run the all-camp song session and dance party every Friday night. Our song leader organizes song sessions and services, and brings the joy of music, including teaching a music-based elective, to campers.

The song leader will:

  • Lead Shabbat services (along with Director of Jewish Life), providing musical expertise
  • Lead song sessions throughout the session, including teaching new music to campers
  • Coordinate with guest musicians to bring new Jewish music to camp
  • Teach a music based elective period, including creating the lesson plans and goals and ensuring campers are achieving the intended outcomes.
  • Be a positive Jewish role models who enjoy being with, and providing guidance to, children.

Nurse

Our camp nurse is a talented, enthusiastic individual who is passionate about working with children and providing high-quality medical care in a camp setting. The ideal candidate is someone who is highly motivated, will work hard, and is committed to health and wellness. 6 Points Sci-Tech is seeking RN’s for 2, 4 or 6-week positions for the summer of 2019 for late June through early August.

A camp nurse will:

  • Oversee camper and staff health and wellness throughout the summer
  • Care for sick or injured campers on a daily basis, including dispensing medication and responding to emergencies.
  • Ensure well-stocked inventory for all health center supplies and stock medications.
  • Follow all health standard and local operating procedures.
  • Establish regular communications with the camp supervising physician.
  • Review camper and staff health records and address relevant health concerns in consultation with the camp director.
  • Maintain health logs and perform routine health checks on campers and staff.
  • Perform health checks on opening days and assist with any necessary treatment.
  • Communicate with campers’ parents about health concerns.
  • There are options for both nurses in-residence at camp and local nurses to be able to commute. Room and board are included in these positions.

Overnight/Nighttime EMTs

Our nighttime/overnight EMTs work in the Health Center overnight to care for the campers and staff who are sleeping in the health center. They also assist in other areas of health center operations. More info coming soon!

Health Center Aide

Health Center Aides (who may be interns) assist the nurses in the health center. This data management, communication with families, and general health center upkeep.

Qualifications:

  • Ability to communicate with others and abide by all rules and policies
  • Strong enthusiasm for and broad-based knowledge of health and wellness
  • Ability to work hard, maintain a high level of motivation and be dedicated to work in the Health Center
  • Knowledge and expertise in using Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite

Responsibilities:

  • Answer phones and communicate messages in a timely manner
  • Assist the Health Center Director in organizing the needs of campers and staff and distributing that info to nurses and other leadership team members as needed
  • Keep detailed records of camper and staff issues
  • Provide a high level of customer service to all parents and visitors
  • Organizing all the needed medications and health needs of campers for off-campus trips
  • Keep confidential information confidential, including information regarding campers, staff, or families
  • Assist with other needs of camp, as assigned by supervisor

Our Communications Team is an essential group at camp, helping to bridge our community both inside camp and across the world. Communications positions include coordination, videography, photography, social media, and other communication tasks. Communications may or may not also be counselors, depending on the needs of camp.

Coordinator

Our communications coordinator is a creative, organized person who knows the ins and outs of social media and communications. The communications coordinator manages photography, blogging, newsletters, video clips, and overall communications to help bring the magic of camp to our partners in the community.

The communications coordinator will:

  • Document camp activities in digital photographs, videos and archive for future use.
  • Write and edit the camp’s online blog 3-5 days per week.
  • Manage the camp’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram presence throughout the summer, contributing engaging, compelling and creative content.
  • Compose weekly parents’ e-newsletter.
  • Assist in the production of future camp marketing materials.
  • Coordinate with the photographer and videographer to make sure appropriate content is being captured.
  • Serve as a role model for campers.
  • Serve as a member of greater staff community.

Photographer

The Photographer will:

  • Document camp activities in digital photographs and archive for future use.
  • Upload 100 photos daily to the parents’ photo website.
  • Create highlight slideshows for the end of each session.
  • Assist in the production of future camp marketing materials.
  • Serve as a role model for campers.
  • Serve as a member of greater staff community.

Videographer

The Videographer will:

  • Document camp activities in video and archive for future use.
  • Create highlight videos for important days at camp, including Opening Day, Shabbat, special guests, Trip Day, and Closing Day – 4 videos per session.
  • Organize video clips for the end-of-session slideshow.
  • Assist in the production of future camp marketing materials.
  • Serve as a role model for campers.
  • Serve as a member of greater staff community.

Office staff support our Camp Administrator and Community Care Team in making sure all aspects of camp administration run smoothly. They may help the main office, the community care team, or the health center, or all three! They're very responsible for family communication and make sure that families are getting the information and communication they need in a timely manner.

Qualifications:

  • Ability to communicate with others and abide by all rules and policies
  • Strong enthusiasm for and broad-based knowledge of assigned area
  • Ability to work hard, maintain a high level of motivation and be dedicated to work in the Main Office area
  • Knowledge and expertise in using Microsoft Office Suite and Google Suite

Responsibilities:

  • Answer phones and communicate messages in a timely manner
  • Sort and distribute mail and packages to campers and staff
  • Manage sign in and out of campers
  • Provide a high level of customer service to all visitors
  • Keep confidential information confidential, including information regarding campers, staff, or families
  • Assist with other needs of camp, as assigned by supervisor.