EMPLOYER: St. Brigid's Summer Camp
Please note start date may change.
Interested applicants can apply by emailing a resume and cover letter to email@example.com. St. Brigid’s Summer Camp invites applications from all qualified candidates. The application deadline is Friday December 9, 2022.
About St. Brigid’s Summer Camp For 50 years, St. Brigid’s Summer Camp has offered a summer camp experience to children and youth of all backgrounds. Our camp is located on beautiful Lake Manitou, near Low, Quebec. We are a waterfront-based camp that offers activities including swimming, canoeing, hiking, games, arts and crafts and campfires. St. Brigid’s Summer Camp is open to children aged 8 to 14 and each camp session runs from Monday to Friday (five days/four nights).
Your Role & How You Will Contribute As an STB Leader-In-Training (LIT) Program Director, you will develop, organize and execute a dynamic leadership development program for a group of youth aged 14 to 15 and support the overall camp program and experience. The LIT Program Director is responsible for facilitating an inspiring camp experience that prepares LIT Program participants to be future leaders of tomorrow. St. Brigid’s Summer Camp is looking for staff who believe in the mission of the camp and have a passion for working with children and youth. Applicants must have strong organization, time management, communication and leadership skills and be able to confidently lead small and large group activities. Applicants must be exceptional team players, with an ability to work effectively with a variety of personalities. All St. Brigid Summer Camp employees are expected to be full participants in camp life and possess enthusiasm, energy, patience and a sense of fun.
Key Duties & Responsibilities This position reports to the Camp Director and Assistant Camp Director. Duties and responsibilities will include (but are not limited to): ● Developing, planning and implementing an LIT program that builds leadership skills, includes team-building exercises and prepares participants to be leaders of tomorrow ● Acting as a resource for the LIT program participants and monitoring participants’ daily progress and general welfare ● Working with the Program Coordinator to develop, plan and implement camp programming that is engaging, safe, adaptive and inclusive ● Ensuring that the LIT program is additive to the camp program and experience ● Documenting incidents as required by camp procedures ● Fulfilling other tasks as required by a member of the senior staff team and/or as directed by the Camp Director and/or Assistant Camp Director and/or Program Coordinator
Qualifications Qualified applicants will have: ● Experience working with children and youth ● Experience developing, planning and implementing programming for groups ● Proven leadership skills ● All employees over the age of 18 years must provide a current Police Criminal Record Check
START DATE: 05/01/2023