This position provides room and board during the summer season. Summer Salary is $3,500+ based upon credentials and experience with our population.
If mutually desired, role has potential to turn into full-time role
For interested candidates: potential year-round salary and benefits to include health insurance, flexible work schedule can be discussed during the interview.
This summer experience has the potential for year-round employment (p/t or f/t) for the right candidate.
Do you want to make a profound difference? Can you wear many different hats? Did you attend camp as a child?
Sequoia Programs seeks an associate director for Summer 2017 to learn to manage on the ground operations (including staffing, camper recruitment, programming, risk management).
The successful candidate will have a working knowledge of the philosophy and approaches as well as best practices at the conclusion of season 2017 and will be empowered and expected to function with a great deal of autonomy in planning.
This includes, but is not limited to:
*Highly desirable candidates will demonstrate a strong work ethic, creativity and ability to prioritize a myriad of time demands, especially during the summer months.
Your responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Supervising camp staff members and campers
Assisting camp staff with camper management and event planning
Manage camp's logistical and administrative needs
Write camper reports
Communicate with parents and professionals
Collaborate with other members of the Senior Leadership team
This is an Associate Director role, with supervision of campers and staff.
Current college senior or recent graduate
Ideal candidates will hold a degree (Bachelor's but advanced preferred) in psychology, social work, human services, education, or a related field
Experience working with children in a residential setting
Previously attended a camp / have own personal camp experience
Articulate in written and spoken communication
Passion to work with a team of high functioning individuals
Camp Sequoia is an overnight summer camp for boys ages 7-17 to experience social skills success in a dynamic and nurturing environment. Served by a high energy co-ed staff, many of our campers are diagnosed with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Located on the beautiful campus of The Perkiomen School in Pennsburg, Pennsylvania (1 hour northwest of Philadelphia) our innovative program integrates building Frustration Tolerance research as presented at the Global Gifted Conference by Camp Leadership with a innovative social skills development framework to help campers develop their social thinking skills through a FUN active, traditional camp program.
Camp Sequoia is designed for children and teenagers with ADHD and other similar diagnoses who do not need the level of support offered at special needs overnight camps yet need a different experience than a traditional overnight camp can offer. Our 2:5 staffing ratio allows our campers to have fun and grow in a safe and supportive camp experience.