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  • January 26, 2016
    The Camper Care Coordinator is the key person responsible for the well-being of all campers and will act as the supervisor of camp residential life. As a member of the Leadership Team, the Camper Care Coordinator will work in tandem with the Director and Assistant Director leader to ensure positive resolution for any and all camper or counselor issues that may arise. This position requires a person with a variety of skills and the ability to transition from one situation to another quickly and intuitively while also showing compassion and empathy for campers and counselors. This position does not have programmatic responsibilities but will be involved in all elements of daily camp life. While it is difficult to define the exact hours of the job, we are a small camp so there may be times when there is downtime and other times that are very busy. The daily workload is unpredictable and varied. It is essential that the Camper Care Coordinator be compassionate and patient, and should have extensive experience working with children. Experience at a Jewish residential camp is strongly preferred. This position requires an 8-week commitment, June 1, 2016 – July 24, 2016. We are an overnight camp and the Camper Care Coordinator is expected to live at camp. This is a seasonal, temporary salaried position. Food, lodging, camp gear, comprehensive staff training, and days off are included as part of compensation package.
  • January 26, 2016
    At JCC Maccabi Sports Camp, campers build strong character and Jewish community through sports. We are the summer home for the Jewish athlete, combining high-level sports instruction with the fun, friendship, and community of a Jewish overnight camp. For the Summer 2016 season, we are looking to hire enthusiastic, responsible, and passionate individuals to join our staff team. We are currently seeking Counselors and Sports Specialists (Assistant Coaches) for Baseball, Softball, and Volleyball. Staff members should love working with children, feel comfortable serving as positive role models, and be excited about the opportunity to work outside and spend their summer at a Jewish sports camp. All positions are paid and compensation package includes: meals, lodging, camp gear, staff training, days off, and possible travel stipend. Staff training begins June 6, 2016. For more info visit us online at: www.maccabisportscamp.org/work-at-camp or call/email Mara Berde, Assistant Director, at mara@maccabisportscamp.org or 415-997-8844.
  • January 18, 2016
    The person who takes on the role of program director is in charge of creating the daily schedule for the camp to adhere to. They are also responsible for creating programs that are run campwide. They must be able to create these programs and well as be able to execute them. They must be able to work well with others. Camp Hatikvah is located in beautiful British Columbia in the Okanagan.
  • January 18, 2016
    We are seeking a Waterfront Director who loves working with children, maintains a strong focus on safety, is an effective team leader, has a strong creative streak, and possesses a desire to inspire and excite campers. This is an amazing opportunity in an incredibly beautiful environment. Excellent salary. May 19 – July 29. Camp Barney Medintz is the summer overnight camp of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta. It is located on 540 beautiful acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains, just 75 miles N.E. of Atlanta. “Camp Barney” serves over 1200 children, ages 8-16, and 280 staff from coast to coast each summer, since 1963. We offer every imaginable activity including: water skiing, swimming, “the blob”, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing, tennis, mountain biking, horseback riding, all sports, ropes courses, backpacking, campcraft, theater, music, dance, crafts, videography, journalism, radio, and much more. Jim Mittenthal, Director at (678) 812-3840, or e-mail to: summer@campbarney.org
  • January 14, 2016
    At Shwayder Camp, we intentionally combine the Program Director and Judaic Educator positions. Our aim is to create a more holistic approach to our camp curriculum and emphasize to the camp community that camp programs and Judaic programs are one in the same. Serving as the onsite spiritual leader and educator of our community, the Judaic Program Director is responsible for collaborating with the Program team and coordinating all programming during the summer. In consultation with the Assistant Director and the clergy of Temple Emanuel, this individual will set the spiritual and religious tone of our program.
  • January 14, 2016
    The Assistant Staff Director works in conjunction with the Staff Director in order to support the camp staff. This involves planning programs, meeting with staff to provide counsel, and working with the Staff Director and camp programmers in order to shape staff culture. The Assistant Staff Director will also help to facilitate the Hachshara program, a training program for our first year staff members. While facilitating the Hachshara program, the Assistant Staff Director is expected to meet with participants individually, and in groups, in order to provide support.
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