2017
Camp Dates

Month Long Sessions

First Term:
June 11-July 11

Second Term:
July 14-Aug 13


Sanborn Junior

First Term:
June 11-June 25
Second Term:
June 27-July 11
Third Term:
July 14-July 28
Fourth Term:
July 30-Aug 13

High Trails
Kitchen Coordinator:

Open to women 21 years and older with kitchen and/or facilities management experience.

Benefits:

$2500.00, lodging, meals, laundry, and the opportunity to influence the lives of children and staff members in the out-of-doors.

General Responsibilities Include:

Being a responsible role model to the campers; working with other staff members to provide a quality experience for all members of the camp community; daily punctuality; vision and organizational ability; varied communication skills; respect for and understanding of health codes; sense of humor; ability to safely lift 50 lbs; impeccable driving record; conducting oneself responsibly when not specifically assigned; utilizing the mission statement as a framework for your work as a Youth Development Professional; taking ownership for your personal attitude, behavior and knowledge building; and adjusting one's personal habits to the philosophy, policies and ideals of the camp including a comprehensive understanding of and respect for our time-off/alcohol policies and procedures.

Specific Responsibilities Include:
  • Working under the guidance of the cooks and the camp director to maintain a clean and sanitary lodge.
  • Supervising counselors and assistant counselors in the kitchen.
  • Recognizing the ever-changing uses of the community facilities and keeping them clean and ready for the next users.
  • Being responsible for delegating cleaning tasks to others and/or personally accomplishing cleaning tasks in a prompt fashion.
  • Coordinating camp Waste Removal efforts, including driving the trash truck and assisting other staff in collecting and removing trash to our central compactor.
  • Working in conjunction with the Recycling Coordinator to manage and organize the recycling trailer.
  • Taking pride in the overall appearance of the camp facilities, especially the dining area, kitchen, dishroom, bakery, trash and recycling areas, lodge bathrooms and office spaces.
  • Ability to make Community Care Duty (kitchen duty) a fun, entertaining, rewarding and enjoyable experience through solid communication, hands-on participation, and the empowerment of all staff.

If this position matches your interests and qualifications, please follow this link to our online staff application. Thank you for your interest in joining our team!