(Log Cabin Camp is for 2nd-3rd grade campers)

Position begins mid-May and ends August 7

Minimum Qualifications

  • Desire and ability to work with children outdoors
  • Ability to relate to one’s peers
  • Ability to accept supervision and guidance
  • Good character, integrity, and self-control
  • Maintain enthusiasm, energy, positive attitude and appearance, and interact with campers at all times
  • 20 years of age or at least two years of prior camp leadership experience

Reports to: Executive Director

Position purpose: to plan, direct and supervise age-based program

Specific Responsibilities

1. Assist with the planning and implementation of staff training

  • Be available for before-camp set-up and end-of-camp clean-up

2. Create daily schedules for counselors

  • Include a variety of activities for counselors in weekly schedules
  • Adjust daily schedule as needed when last-minute changes occur

3. Assign Den list to specific counselors

  • Indicate any health alerts next to camper’s name and consult with nurse if necessary

4. Take attendance daily and when necessary make phone calls to parents

5. Maintain a professional relationship with each counselor while still being their confidant and mentor.

6. Lead Council Ring throughout the day

  • Suggest interesting and new ways to conduct sign-ups
  • Encourage counselors to lead songs and activities during Council Ring

7. Supervise counselors during the day at specific activity areas

  • Suggest ways to improve and compliment when doing things right
  • Participate in activity to ensure counselors are participating

8. Create and implement evaluation system for counselors throughout the summer

9. Attend weekly director meetings

10. Carry and communicate with a walkie-talkie, particularly in emergencies

11. Ensure that counselors and campers know and follow safety and educational procedures during camp programs

12. Make sure all supplies are stocked for in-camp activities (ie. newspaper box, craft boxes, counselor supply box)

13. Interact with campers on a daily basis

  • Build strong rapport with campers
  • Handle discipline issues as they arise
  • Eat lunch with a different den every day
  • If necessary, lead camper activity or assist when counselors need additional hands

14. Provide ongoing program ideas to counseling staff

15. Interact with parents when issues arise with campers or parents have questions.

To apply, send these completed forms to the camp office.