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Camp Bighorn is an outdoor adventure camp that seeks to embody the love of Jesus and develop Christ-honoring leaders. Bighorn’s core values are based on Matthew 22:37-39, which include loving God and loving others. We see the Registrar as critical in our success to this mission, as he or she is one of the first points of contact for campers, families, and retreat groups and is also instrumental in helping our staff create a hospitable environment for our guests. The Registrar builds relationships with potential adventurers beginning at the first phone call and extending through the departure of those guests. The feedback that this individual helps gather is instrumental in Bighorn re-creating and improving upon the exceptional experiences for our guests. It is Bighorn’s desire to foster an environment where the staff can develop their professional skills as well as grow personally in their relationship with the Lord. The Registrar will work closely with the Administrative Director to oversee registration of summer camps, retreats, and other miscellaneous events.

Required Qualifications & Skills:
Flexible, Willing to learn
Detail Oriented
Phone & Email Etiquette
Office 365 (basic knowledge)
Google Drive (basic knowledge)
Computer experience

Preferred Qualifications & Skills:
Prior experience with CampBrain
1-3 years experience in Camping Ministry
1-3 years office experience
Prior experience driving a 15 passenger van

Registration Responsibilities:
- Answer phones, address questions, and direct concerns accordingly
- Manage program registration for summer camps, retreats, and other events in CampBrain
- Distribute proposals, contracts, confirmations, invoices, packing lists, and other information to clients
- Facilitate check-in for incoming groups, process payments and paperwork
- Update the Registration Procedures Manual and regularly track group registration progress
- Manage Bighorn’s Google Calendars and communicate necessary information to staff for welcoming and hosting incoming groups, this includes rosters, medical information, dietary restrictions, etc.
- Communicate registration website updates with Bighorn’s Communications Coordinator
- Assist in coordinating thank you letters to, and gather feedback from, guests and participants
- Assist running the camp store, when needed

General Camp Bighorn Responsibilities
As a member of the Bighorn Community you will be expected to:
- Engage in regular times of Scripture reading and prayer
- Participate in weekly staff meetings, devos, ongoing trainings, and occasional retreats
- Invest in relationships with the staff, campers, students, and interns
- Maintain a clean professional appearance when on site at Camp Bighorn
- Participate in Turnaround, dishes, kitchen help, retreat hosting, and programming
- Drive a 15-passenger van for programmed events, as needed
- Support Raise the required salary by seeking out churches, organizations, and individuals willing to partner with you in ministry
- Assist Branch Directors with other projects as needed
- Submit to the leadership of the Executive and Administrative Directors

Time:  Full-Time Year Round
Salary:  Must Raise Full Support
Category:  Clerical/Office



Updated: 11/1/2023 10:56:59 AM

Job Contact:
Rachel Chenoweth
(406) 826-3144

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Why work at Camp Bighorn:

At Camp Bighorn, our staff team is committed to "Embody the love of Jesus and develop Christ honoring leaders." We are located on the banks of the Clark Fork river in western Montana (58 minutes west of Missoula). We use outdoor adventures (rock climbing, rafting, paddle-boarding, mountain biking etc), relationships, learning, and the hope of Christ to engage with each other and guests!

1850 MT Hwy 135
    Plains, MT 59859

(406) 826-3144

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