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Executive Director

Executive Director

Company: Pathway Camp Ministries
Contact Person: Joshua Bater
Based out of Winnipeg
Winnipeg, Manitoba

Position Description

Pathway Camp Ministries has been serving the children and youth of Indigenous communities in Manitoba since 2007, providing quality Day Camps and youth events to those who would not be able to access traditional camp programming due to issues of distance and community isolation. Over the years, programs have been taken by road, by winter road, by ferry, and by air into partner communities, with over 500 children being served annually.

Programming was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic as remote communities protected their people by suspending access to all non-residents. Pathway plans to re-establish programming for 2023 and is seeking a new Executive Director. The position is based in the Winnipeg area and calls for a spirit of entrepreneurship and a willingness to be flexible with plans.

Conditions of Employment:

  • Must be legally entitled to work in Canada
  • Support the Pathway Camp Ministries Statement of Faith
  • Satisfactory Criminal Record Check
  • Satisfactory Adult Abuse Registry Check
  • Satisfactory Child Abuse Registry Check
  • Valid 5F Driver’s Licence, willing to upgrade to 4F (passenger vehicles)
  • Able to meet the physical demands of the job (lifting/packing, camp activities, long days during camp sessions, sleeping on cots in various settings, driving long distances)
  • Able to work extended hours at peak times

Training required:

  • Respect in Sport
  • First Aid/CPR
  • Food Handlers Certificate

Essential Requirements:

  • Theological training at an Accredited school (Bachelor’s Degree or higher) or equivalent experience may be considered
  • Strong Christian testimony and endorsement from a faith community
  • Leadership experience, preferably in a ministry context
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work with and report to a Board of Directors
  • Ability to travel—a minimum of six weeks every summer plus spring break for programs—including transportation by small airplanes or boats, plus occasional travel for promotion/recruitment
  • Attention to detail, including purchasing and organizing supplies
  • A love for children and youth
  • A servant’s heart

Preferred Requirements:

  • Knowledge of and/or experience with Indigenous culture
  • Experience in camp ministry


Negotiating contracts with Indigenous leadership for program delivery, promoting the ministry in faith communities, including recruiting, training, and supervising summer staff, and fundraising through public speaking, regular communication with various stakeholders, planning and executing all camp programs, including all necessary purchasing and shipping of supplies, providing spiritual leadership to all volunteer teams during their period of service, managing financial issues—budgeting, bookkeeping, banking.

Salary negotiable depending on experience.

Interested candidates can submit a cover letter and resume to
All applicants are welcome but only those receiving an interview will be contacted.

Posted: June 8, 2022 | Renewed: December 4, 2022 | Expires: February 1, 2023
Posted Under: Camps
Career ID: [ 10751 ]