They will prepare and cook meals in cooperation with the Food Services Director and the kitchen work crew. Preference will be given to those 19 years of age and older with experience in food services. Food Safe 1 certification is required for at least one of the cooks at all times.
They are responsible to prepare the amount of chapel teaching sessions required. Teaching must be based from the Bible, tie into the week’s theme, be interesting, relevant and age specific for the campers
Nurse/OFA Level 3 Industrial First Aid Attendant:
They are responsible for the general health and safety of campers & staff including medical response to injuries, dispensing medications, medical checks, medical paperwork, communication with outside medical agents and the medical registration of campers.
They will work closely with the Sr. staff in running the overall summer program. Other duties will include helping lead daily staff devotions and instruction/assistance in camper skill activities.
They will work with the senior staff to keep office work in order including answering phones, data entry, filing paperwork, and other participation in camp as determined by senior staff.
Maintenance or Kitchen Work Crew Boss:
They will supervise and work with the work crews in their various responsibilities. This includes leading the work crews in a life example of godliness, hard work, prayer, discipleship, and Bible studies.
They are mainly responsible for waterfront safety, and will also be apart of overall camp program. N.L.S certificate is preferred, but bronze cross/medallion is the minimum requirement. They can teach swimming lessons.