Waterfront Coordinator

The Program Coordinator position is a 17 week program core team position.
This position starts at (Tier 3) $325/week + room and board

The Waterfront Coordinator reports directly to the Associate Director and works in partnership with the Program Coordinators

Ideal candidates will:

  • Exhibit spiritual maturity and be a good Christian role model.
  • Enjoy and connect well with people of all ages, especially youth and children.
  • The Waterfront Coordinator must be at least 18 years old
  • Previous experience working in a Christian camp ministry is preferred.
  • Highly organized and motivated.
  • Outgoing and high energy.
  • Must currently hold a National Lifeguard certification from the Lifesaving Society
  • Ability/knowledge of camp waterfront activities (canoeing, watersports, paddleboards... etc)
  • Willingness to be outdoors in all types of weather.
  • Able to work in a team environment and independently.
  • Must be computer literate and should be familiar with programs such as Microsoft Office as well as various web-based programs.
  • Previous leadership experience is an asset.


  • Adhere to the MPSM Code of Conduct
  • Be familiar with Camp Kadesh’s waterfront operations, as well as the Saskatchewan Camping Association and Lifesaving Society’s standards for practices and equipment (including safety, recreational, and boating equipment)
  • Work closely with the Directors and the other program to ensure the safety of staff and guests is obtained to the highest standard in accordance with the SCA and Lifesaving society.
  • Attend daily staff meeting and any other scheduled program or lead team meetings.
  • Conduct weekly waterfront staff meetings involving inspiration, logistics, and training
  • Enforce all waterfront rules and safety measures, ensuring campers know them.
  • Advocate for the waterfront staff, coordinate procedural training, and keep the team informed and updated in current life guarding practices
  • Responsible for providing the schedule for all waterfront staff, coordinating with the program coordinators
  • Ensuring that the waterfront grounds are maintained, organized, and free of hazards
  • Ensure that all policy and procedure paperwork is up to date, available, and easily accessible through proper filing strategy.
  • Daily inspections of all waterfront equipment
  • Lead a pre-season waterfront training for all waterfront staff