- Maintain office services by organizing office operations and procedures, sorting mail and correspondence, designing filing systems and reviewing and approving supply requisitions.
- Answer the phone in a professional manner and provide information to parents, camp staff, and other callers as needed.
- Responsible for reconciling camper, cabin, and bus lists in the online database each session.
- Relay important information to the Camp Director and other appropriate administrative staff.
- Manage the call back system between administrative staff and parents.
- Update and reconcile campers in cabins and on buses using internal systems.
- Prepare arrival and departure days paperwork.
- Coordinate with the Operations team to ensure completion of orders, requisition of supplies, and any other required paperwork/forms.
- Support the Administrative team with special projects.
- Maintain yearly records including, but not limited to, orientation schedules and workshop designs, staff lists, camper reports.
- Communicate with other camps to coordinate the use of shared supplies.
- Responsible for daily meal counts for the USDA Food Service Program.
- Keep the camp office organized and running smoothly.
- Run special event classes with campers.
- Understand that campers come first and decisions should be made in the best interest of campers.
- Be an active member of the camp community by participating in all camp programming including camp-wide events, overnights, hikes, swimming, ropes courses, activities, and village meetings.
- Strive to work in a cooperative manner with fellow staff to achieve goals of the program.
- Explain and enforce the policies, traditions, and rules of camp.
- Invest time with campers to meet their needs, challenge their capabilities, and serve as a role model during their time at camp.
- Assume responsibility for the use and care of camp equipment and facilities.
- Be totally familiar with emergency procedures and follow them when necessary.
Salaries are commensurate with experience and include room and board.
- Must be at least 18 years of age by the start of camp.
- At least one year of college or equivalent is preferred.
- Must have prior experience working in an office with strong phone skills.
- Bilingual language skills are a plus.
- Have an interest in working with children.
- Driver’s license is highly preferred.
- Interested in working and living in the outdoors for the summer.
- Emotionally mature with a willingness to work as a team player.
- Flexible and willing to accept challenges and step outside comfort zone.
- Able to maintain a positive attitude.
- Available for the entire duration of the summer program.