Ministry of the North American Division
of Seventh-day Adventists
of Seventh-day Adventists
INDIVIDUALS LOOKING FOR MINISTRY OPPORTUNITES AT A CAMP
JOB DESCRIPTION Upper Columbia Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Job title: Associate Camp Operations Director (8.31.16)
Department: Camp MiVoden Hayden Lake, Idaho
Category: Full Time
Wage grade/range: $3292 to $4170 per month/ 75-95%
Supervisor: Bruce Christensen
Date Updated: August 2016
Supervisor’s title: Camp Operations Director
Oversee and manage the day to day maintenance and care for the grounds of the Upper Columbia Conference (UCC) Retreat Facility at Camp MiVoden. Assist in managing budgets and programs impacting camp operations. Also participating and leading out in camp improvement and development projects as assigned by the Camp Operations Director. This is a dynamic position that requires attention to detail, strong people skills, multi-tasking, and good communication skills. A desire to reach young people through camp ministry is a must. Supervision of seasonal and year round staff required.
The Associate Camp Operations Director is accountable to the Camp Operations Director under the authority of the UCC Youth and Family Life Director. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
o Supervision of seasonal and year round staff on a day to day basis.
o Overseeing the year round maintenance of Camp MiVoden facilities and equipment, keeping them in superior working condition in compliance with American Camp Association (ACA) standards, including but not limited to: grounds, electrical, plumbing, kitchen equipment, building upkeep and improvements, pool/hot tub maintenance, sewer and water operations, daily readings for pool, sewer and water, and garbage removal. Boat maintenance, waterfront maintenance and beautification, equestrian care, camp security, overseeing and expansion of recycling, snow removal, forestry practices and cutting of firewood.
o Function as the Camp Operations Director in his/her absence.
o Serve as a "host" (on rotating basis) for groups using the camp.
o Assist and facilitate programming needs of summer camp staff.
o Meet with the Camp Operations Director on a bi-weekly basis to review the goals, needs and plans of the Associate Camp Operations Director.
o Be able to show daily, weekly, and monthly progress towards camp operation goals.
o Develop a systematic maintenance program in writing for camp facilities, buildings and equipment, which will identify areas needing maintenance on a scheduled, or regular-basis.
o Make periodic inspections of all camp facilities and help develop a recommended list of needed maintenance projects, including regular maintenance items.
o Maintain sprinkler systems.
o Assist regular routine of work for maintenance staff and assigned general staff.
o Assist Summer Camp Operations.
QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
o A Seventh-day Adventist member in good standing
o Certified sewer system operator certificate
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o Maintain current CPR and First Aid certification
o Ropes Course Facilitator Certification
o Pool/Hot Tub operator's certificate based on state standards
o Acquire and maintain a CDL
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL:
o General construction, contracting or small business experience preferred
o Basic bookkeeping knowledge
o Basic computer software knowledge of Adobe and Microsoft Office Suite on multiple platforms
o Strong people skills, organization, and managing skills
o Be able to work with supervision and employees
o Have a desire to live and work in a camp community
o Be a self-starter
o The ability to meet deadlines/appointments in a timely way
o Have skills in various building and/or mechanical trades such as electrical, plumbing and construction, etc.
Must be able to: read, speak, hear, grasp, reach, walk up steep hills and stairs, use a keyboard, and lift and carry items up to 75 pounds. Must be able to effectively communicate in English both orally and in writing.
The work environment is varied including indoor and outdoor work, in a variety of weather conditions including, snow, rain and heat. Long days and weeks may be required during the high season. Often works weekends.
This job description is subject to change by vote of the MiVoden Board, Exec Board or Conference ADCO.
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