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Richmond Hill, Ontario , L4E 4S3
The Summer Camp Director is part of the leadership team and oversees the general program operations of Summer Camp. The following is a summary of the needed tasks and duties:
Recruit, hire, supervise and support a full complement of summer staff in accordance with Ontario’s employment standards
Develop staff training materials and subsequent program for pre-camp staff training and inservice training during the summer.
Responsible for planning and implementing all summer activities to be conducted during the camp.
Provide opportunities for professional development, spiritual and personal growth for summer staff
Ensure the evaluation of all summer staff
Ensure policies and practices
Management & Administration:
I collaboration with leadership team, set summer schedule and develop marketing material (brochure, posters, bulletin announcements, letters etc.)
Collect photos to update website and social media
Look for opportunities to effectively promote camp locally and provincially
Communicate and engage effectively with campers, parents, staff, volunteers and alumni
Build relationships with summer volunteers
Work with Land of Hope Team in monitoring all expenses and revenues within the framework of the operating budget
Conduct regular on-site work place and health and safety inspections
Assist with fundraising and promotional events throughout the year
Attend Land of Hope meetings throughout the year Program as needed
Plan, guide and oversee the summer camp program
Operate all aspects of the summer camp program (including policies and procedures) in a safe, timely, efficient and relevant manner in accordance with current standards
Submit financial reports as needed: payroll, expense reports, etc.
Ensure all programs promote camper and staff well being
Make sure program areas, buildings, and facilities are well maintained
Set goals and objectives for program areas
Provide an accurate reflection of the camp mission statement in camp programs, staff training, policies , publicity and overall management
Ensure quality material is developed for each age group
Provide spiritual development opportunities and support for staff
Stay current on church trends
The successful candidate will have:
a post-secondary education with five (5) years experience related directly to children’s summer camping;
the ability to provide leadership, counsel, motivation, and supervision to a staff of 20 young adults;
the ability to set objectives, delegate and prioritize workflow such that goals are efficiently met;
a strong theological background, preferably in the Chrisitian faith, and the ability to guide staff on their faith journeys;
a knowledge of health and safety regulations specific to camping situations;
excellent verbal and written communication skills A combination of education and experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the responsibilities of this position may be considered in lieu of stated education and experience requirements.
Posted Under: Camps
Career ID: [ 4281 ]