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Discover Camp Assistant Site Director

Position Overview
This position will work with the Discover Camp Site Director for a 12-month period to successfully prepare and execute T Bar M’s traveling summer camp, leading a group of summer college-aged staff on the road to various cities around Texas to provide a T Bar M camp experience in partnership to local churches and other non-profits.

Key Duties
1. Give Leadership to Discover Camp summer staff and campers
a. Summer staff responsibilities
• Assist in hiring and equipping leadership team
• Hire, train, lead, evaluate, and disciple women’s summer staff
• Actively participate on Recruiting Trail for high school staff
• Lead in teaching women’s summer staff bible study
b. Camper responsibilities
• Problem solve/interface with leadership/coaches on a daily basis in the summer
• Engage with and interface with entire camp to ensure programs effectively delivered (especially female campers and parents)
• Lead in handling, communicating, reporting all female camper issues
c. Church partner/Host home responsibilities
• Assist in all communication with Church partners throughout the year and during the summer
d. Lead in oversight and assessment of weekly staff/camper evaluations and decision cards

2. Participate in Summer Programming Planning
a. Assist in planning and coordinating programming with Discover Camp Site Director
• Participate the planning/production of team meetings, activities, and gospel presentation
• Set, co-manage, and adjust daily schedule with Leadership team
• Coordinate and delegate summer responsibilities and programs to Leadership Team
b. Assist in planning/coordinating of staff outings, discipleship experiences, road travel for site team
c. Assist in logistics/interaction with parents on Opening and Closing Day.
d. Assist in development, hiring, training, and coordinating of the Camp Nurse Program

3. Support Key Outcomes
a. Assist in contributing to and helping achieve annual ministry goals set by leadership

Qualifications
• Spiritual Growth and Alignment
o Consistent evidence of a growing relationship with Christ
o Awareness of and desire to deploy her spiritual gift(s) in this ministry
o Agreement with T Bar M Camps’ Doctrinal Statement
o Strong sense of calling
o Whole-hearted support of organizational Vision, Core Values, and Mission

• Discipler/Developer of Others
o Experience and desire to invest in college-aged staff
o A heart to work with 1st through 6th grade students
o Ability to tactfully confront conflict in a timely and biblical manner
o Invest time into coaching others through teachable moments and situations

• Good “fit” for T Bar M Camps
o Camp ministry is a lifestyle in which we subject ourselves to accountability with one another as we live in community together.
o Ability to keep up with the pace of “camp life”
o Decisions and actions consistently reflect the core values of our ministry
o A team player who maintains a collaborative attitude
o Ability to think ministry-wide by having a “T Bar M Camps” mentality

• Self-Awareness, Character, and Initiative
o Presents him/herself in a professional manner and sees leadership as a role in which to serve rather than a position to be served
o Displays a teachable spirit
o Seeks out and values the input and ideas of others
o Willingly admits mistakes and learns from them
o Restless with the status-quo, demonstrates a persistent energy to do things better
o Possesses an unwavering commitment to quality
o Supportive of organizational leadership and yet be able to make independent decisions when necessary
o Balances self-confidence and humility
o Exhibits managerial courage through being willing to make the tough decisions.

• Effective Communicator
o Skilled in verbal and written communication
o Comfortable in face-to-face encounters with adults and professionals and able to deliver the “T Bar M difference”
o Ability to manage relationships via a variety of mediums (i.e. phone, email, face-to-face interaction)
o Confident, dynamic, clear, and reactionary to questioning

• Organizational/Office Skills
o Ability to effectively juggle multiple demands and competing priorities
o Committed to continually reinvent this place
o Constantly pushes for innovation and better ways of doing things

• Education/Experiences
o Bachelor’s degree required
o Two years of work experience beyond college preferred

Compensation
$1,500/month plus the ability to live rent free on T Bar M property while not travelling. Opportunities to eat on property when kitchen has prepared meals for groups – some restrictions apply. T Bar M Camps & Retreats has a competitive insurance and benefits package that accompanies this position.

Center for Christian Growth, Inc. (CCG) is a 501(c)3 public charity, headquartered in New Braunfels, Texas. CCG operates youth and family camps and retreats in New Braunfels and at Lake Travis near Austin under the trade name T Bar M Camps and Retreats. T Bar M is a Christ-centered, year-round camp and retreat ministry. All employees are required to be in alignment with CCG’s Core Identity (Mission, Vision, Values) and the Belief Statement. CCG is governed by its Board of Trustees, to whom the President reports.

Time:  Full-Time Year Round
Salary:  Paid
Category:  Assistant Director

 

 

Updated: 8/10/2022 3:42:13 PM

Job Contact:
Mary Leigh Caldwell
(830) 620-4263

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Why work at T Bar M Camps and Retreats:

The mission of T Bar M Camps is to present Jesus Christ, teach His ways, and represent Him in an exciting, encouraging, enthusiastic camp and retreat experience.

2549 Highway 46 W
    New Braunfels, TX 78132-4731

(830) 620-4263

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