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  • May 02, 2016
    WATERFRONT DIRECTOR Update and enforce waterfront procedures. Work with facilities staff to coordinate pool chlorine testing and recording results. Also coordinate with facilities staff about cleaning all pool traps and meeting other health and safety requirements. Supervise lifeguards, oversee swim instruction, oversee boating program (and of course, fully participate in those programs). Experience teaching swim, sailing, jet skiing, current lifeguard, and WSI certification required. When not on waterfront, the waterfront director is assigned to a particular camper unit to assist during key times of day such as rest period and bed time.
  • May 02, 2016
    COUNSELORS Counselors live in a cabin with up to twelve campers and two co-counselors. They are responsible for waking campers in the morning and putting them to sleep at night (with a bedtime ritual designed by the counselors). Engage the kids in thoughtful programming during rest hour every day. Clean the cabin with the campers every day. Help campers with their laundry and ensure that kids regularly change their sheets and towels. Lead various activities throughout the day, and participate in all of camp’s activities that are led by other counselors. Join planning committees to help plan various programmatic initiatives at camp (such as banquet, olympics, etc.). One cabin counselor will stay in each cabin to supervise the campers every night. During this time, the counselor will fill out a bunk log to tell the camp’s leadership team what’s going on in the cabin. Counselors should be passionate about fitness, athletics, healthy food, and of course, camp! They should also be role models of healthy behaviors for campers. Yes, this will be unbelievably intense. It will also be totally amazing. Get excited.
  • May 02, 2016
    Would you like to spend the summer in the beautiful Pocono Mountains? Camp Zeke is hiring retirees for a few key positions. Camp Zeke is a Jewish overnight camp in the where kids and staff celebrate healthy, active living through organic food, fitness, athletics, and culinary arts. The camp is hiring office/administrative support, and waterfront/lifeguard staff. The dates of camp are from Sunday, June 26th – Friday, August 12th. You can read more at Please contact or call 212-913-9783 ext. 7 with any questions. Dari Ben-Naim Director of Human Resources, Camp Zeke 212-913-9783 ext. 7
  • April 27, 2016
    The Program Assistant will work closely with several members of the FJC team to help enhance our data collection and reporting systems for both program department and development department use. This position is heavy systems oriented and will involve reviewing the information in multiple databases and correcting and updating as needed. He/she will assist in ensuring the administration of the Camper Satisfaction Index program and will interact with both camps and camp families. The ideal candidate for this position has superior communication, organizational and project management skills. Applicants should have a strong work ethic and customer service orientation; experience in or desire to work in the nonprofit field; should enjoy working in a fast-paced environment; need to be skilled in oral and written communication; capacity to simultaneously work on multiple tasks and projects, and set priorities for a challenging workload. Other responsibilities as assigned. This position will begin as soon as possible and is scheduled to end mid-August, 2016.
  • April 26, 2016
    We are looking for two people to fill our Shoftim (current 6th graders) and Kibbutz (current 9th graders) Unit Head positions.
  • April 26, 2016
    Logistics director is in charge of all of the setup, cleanup, supplies purchasing and organizing in Camp for all activities. Supervising a team of 2-4 people in order to accomplish the daily goals and ensure everything behind the scenes runs smoothly.
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