The Program Coordinator position is a 17 week program core team position.
This position starts at (Tier 3) $350/week + room and board
The Program Coordinators work as a team and reports directly to the Associate Director (Chris Oldham) and the Summer Camps Director (Dan Martens) in given seasons.
Exhibit spiritual maturity and be a good Christian role model.
Preferred candidates will have had at least one year of Camp Kadesh program experience. Any applicant should have significant program experience at another camp.
Enjoy and connect well with people of all ages, especially youth and children.
Have a heart for evangelism and missions.
Highly organized and motivated.
Ability to speak confidently in front of large groups of people.
Knowledgeable in all Camp Kadesh activities (including but not limited to canoeing, archery, wall climbing, 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.
Outgoing and energetic personality an asset.
Must be 18 years of age.
Lifeguard Certification an asset, but not mandatory.
Saskatchewan Class 5 licence (or equivalent) an asset.
Adhere to the Camp Kadesh Staff Manual and the MPSM Code of Conduct
Regular weekly planning meeting with the program team.
Be involved and take leadership roles in staff meetings, leadership clusters, one-on-ones, and camp community groups.
Contribute in a positive manner to the Kadesh greater community
Facilitate and implement the Kadesh spring and summer program in a positive and timely manner.
Responsible for the coordinating of the Kadesh spring & summer programs
Training and coaching of staff on program implementation and skills.
Work closely with the Directors and other program staff to ensure the safety of staff and guests is maintained.
Enforce all rules and safety measures.
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)
Respond and adapt programming to changes in weather
Organize and coordinate weekly program schedules
Assign staff in accordance with schedule templates created by the Director(s)
Ensure timing of schedules in maintained.
Receive feedback from program staff in relation to program equipment
Ensure all equipment is repaired and fully functional.
Daily inspections (or delegation of inspections) of all waterfront equipment.
Communicating media needs with audio/video team