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Summer Camp Job - Cabin Leader
Teach and show Christ’s love to the campers, in word and in deed.
Facilitate daily camper Bible input: camper devotions, Bible and curriculum studies, night devotions, and memory verses.
Ensure campers have opportunities to experience a variety of camper activities through appropriate sign-up for daily activities.
Establish and maintain the routine of the cabin: schedule, clean-up, corrections, devotions, mail delivery, lights out, etc.
Comply with all camp policies and procedures, including those specific to camper and staff safety.
Be aware of, and track, campers within the village that have health issues or concerns. Assist both Village Leaders and Health Services with timely delivery of medications and treatment.
Engage with campers: get to know each camper as an individual person; learn their specific interests, needs, and opportunities for encouragement.
Communicate with the Village Leader regarding cabin needs and camper celebrations and concerns. Maintain cleanliness of the cabin; report any needed repairs to the Village Leader.
Write camper notes.
Attend all meetings, both departmental and camp-wide.
Be involved in other camp activities as planned by the Recreation and Ministry Departments, as the schedule allows, mainly after dinner hours.
Assist in various responsibilities in order to facilitate Sunday camper drop-off and Saturday camper pick-up.
Fulfill temporary assignments to other duties
Is a professing Christian, committed to a Christian lifestyle in keeping with the biblical model.
Strives to demonstrate the Christian lifestyle in thought, attitude, actions and behavior; strives to model a personal faith in Jesus Christ by exhibiting the Fruit of the Spirit.
Exhibits a sincere love for the Lord; desires to see people come to know Him personally and grow in their faith.
Agrees with, and supports, Timber-lee Ministries’ philosophy and policies.
Demonstrates excellent work ethic; excels at providing quality guest experiences.
Understands and exhibits behaviors and skills needed to function in, and be accountable in, a team environment.
Shows a positive and cooperative attitude of ministry to the position, guests, and fellow employees.
Must be at least 18 years old.
Interested in working with children.
Experience in working with children in 2nd-12th grades is preferred.
Able to care for campers’ physical need has excellent communication skills and the ability to teach and lead others.
Capable of providing campers with spiritual encouragement and support, consistent with the spiritual truths found in the EFCA Statement of Faith.
Is able to share the gospel with others; is able to pray with others.
Is able to physically traverse the multi-terrain campground in all seasons of the year; able to be on one’s feet for long periods of time.
Candidates must be at least 18 years of age at time of hire to be considered for this position.
Time: Full-Time Seasonal
Updated: 10/17/2023 11:49:38 AM