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Get ready for the best summer of your life. No, seriously, we’re not kidding. Camp Cedarbrook is a great place to spend your summer. Not only is it a great missions opportunity, you make new friends and family and you impact hundreds of girls lives. You get to be in the great outdoors in New York’s Adirondack mountains instead of working inside cooking fries or folding clothes. Prepare yourself for a whole new group of best friends and an adventure you won’t forget.
Camp is an intense and fulfilling experience for people with many different skills and interests. Camp Cedarbrook in the Adirondacks, a Christian girls camp in the Adirondack mountains of New York, is looking for Christian men and women to work as our Facilities Manager. The facilities manager job is to plan and coordinate the development, maintenance, and repair of the camp’s buildings, grounds, equipment, and other facilities. They will supervise maintenance assistants. Please see our staff website (https://cedarbrookstaffblog.wordpress.com) and camp website (www.campcedarbrook.net) to learn more about us and apply online or email email@example.com for questions. This is a paid position with room and board provided running from June 11 through August 9. (Often the facilities manager begins early and ends later depending on need). Application deadline is 5/15/17.
Must have skills with maintenance and repair of infrastructure, equipment, property, program areas, and facilities
Must have knowledge in the area of carpentry, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical maintenance
Must have valid and current driving license
Must be able to work well with others
Must be 21 years and older
Must agree with the Spiritual Standard and Statement of Faith
Responsible for the development and implementation of a maintenance management system (prevention, correction, and construction).
Oversee the purchase, use, and care of all maintenance equipment and supplies.
Implement system for regular maintenance and upkeep of camp buildings and grounds,
including routine duties such as mowing, painting, etc.
Schedule for routine maintenance and vendor contracts on equipment and services including
trash removal, recycling, sewer, water, etc.
Manage natural resources of the camp including forest and water quality management to
ensure protection and proper utilization occurs.
Supervise and coordinate staff and volunteers engaged in the maintenance and improvement of the camp’s buildings, equipment, and other facilities.
Train seasonal maintenance staff.
Train camp staff in their maintenance responsibilities.
Train and supervise camp staff and volunteers in the use of camp equipment including maintenance and program equipment as appropriate.
Plan and assign work projects and schedules to maintenance staff and volunteers.
Supervise work, review assignments and effectiveness of maintenance staff.
Evaluate individual performance.
Prepare annual budget in consultation with supervisor and appropriate committees.
Monitor expenditures to ensure compliance with the budget.
Purchase equipment and supplies; maintain appropriate records and inventory.
Perform all duties in accordance with prescribed regulatory compliance guidelines, including local, state, and federal guidelines as well as American Camp Association accreditation standards.
Respond to emergencies on physical plant and site.
Responsible for obtaining appropriate licenses, permits, approvals from local and state regulatory agencies.
Conduct initial and end-of-season inventory.
Store equipment for safety.
Develop a schedule for checking the physical plant and equipment for safety, cleanliness, and good repair.
PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF THE JOB:
Ability to understand and implement safety regulations and procedures.
Ability to communicate procedures and regulations to staff and guests.
Ability, both visual and auditory, to identify and respond to safety and environmental hazards and inform campers, staff, and guests.
Physical strength to lift equipment and supplies (up to 70 pounds).
Physical mobility and endurance to perform tasks while standing/walking for long periods of time (60 minutes or more).
Ability to safely and properly use power tools and equipment.
Ability to safely drive cars, light trucks, tractors, and other motorized vehicles.
Ability to observe campers, staff, and guest behavior, assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures and apply appropriate management techniques.
Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid. Must be able to assist camp family in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury).
Time: Full-Time Seasonal
Updated: 11/21/2016 10:16:55 AM