JOB DESCRIPTIONS

ADMIN ASSISTANT

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: 

Work responsibilities may include but are not limited to:

  • Human Resources: filing and procuring outstanding employment agreements, criminal record checks, etc.

  • In conjunction with Registrar organize campers into cabins.

  • Maintain inventory and order supplies as needed. 

  • Manage Canteen including tracking camper accounts, inventory, and ordering supplies.

  • General understanding of registration and donation process. 

 

CORE COMPETIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIORS:

  • Strong administrative abilities including organizational skill, attention to detail, creativity, and technical ability

  • Able to work independently 

  • During May & June able to work off site and has adequate computer and internet access to work remotely.  Works onsite while camps in operation.

  • Ethical and integrous behavior due to exposure to personal information ie: camp financials, donors, camper/staff information incl. medical 

  • Able to relate and communicate well with the public, campers and staff

  • Adhere to Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct as outlined in the Staff Training Manual

 

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

TERM: May to late-August

PROGRAM DIRECTOR

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Develop daily camp activity schedule in conjunction with team

  • Assist/coach activity leaders to develop programming for their skill area and ensure activity meets outcomes of: safety, engaging, challenging, and FUN!

  • Supervise staff who are overseeing skills, assess/evaluate competence of programming staff and adjust as needed

  • Assess/evaluate success of program and activities and adjust as needed

  • Schedule boat drivers for camps

  • Maintain programming equipment and keep track of inventory

  • Assist with development and implementation of staff training weekend

  • Monitor weather and suitability

 

CORE COMPETENCIES  / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

  • ideally has served at Kedleston in a staff role

  • minimum 1yr removed from highschool 

  • Model the Camp Statement of Faith and Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct at all times and has a mature Christian faith for his/her age.

  • Ability to communicate and work well with groups and provide necessary instruction to campers and staff

  • Manage camper/staff behavior and apply/enforce appropriate safety regulation and emergency procedures

  • Physical ability to respond appropriately to program requirements, emergency situations and weather conditions

 

REPORTS TO: Asst. Exec. Director

TERM: May to September

JACOB'S LADDER DIRECTOR

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Develop and implement programming for campers, school groups, rentals

  • Maintain all equipment and structural soundness of the climbing wall and components

  • Ensure safety is maintained at all times and that staff are ensuring safety requirements as taught by Certified Instructors from Challenges Unlimited

  • Lead other programming areas when Jacob’s Ladder is not in operation

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOUR:

  • Model the Camp Statement of Faith and Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct at all times and has a mature Christian faith for his/her age.

  • Ability to communicate and work well with groups and provide necessary instruction to campers and staff

  • Manage camper/staff behavior and apply/enforce appropriate safety regulation and emergency procedures as pertaining to regulations and requirements of challenge course

  • Physical ability to respond appropriately to program requirements, emergency situations and weather conditions

 

REPORTS TO: Executive Director

TERM: mid-May to late-August

WATERFRONT DIRECTOR

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • The Waterfront Director’s role will take place primarily on the waterfront however, please be prepared to complete other tasks as assigned.

  • Boating & Fishing
    Create boat driver schedule
    Work with boating safety volunteer to ensure all drivers have completed KGC Boating Safety Course
    Maintains and ensures equipment of each boat (i.e. radio, first aid, etc.)
    Oversees maintenance and upkeep of all fishing boats & equipment

  • Waterfront Equipment
    Oversees maintenance and upkeep of all boating equipment, canoes, kayaks, paddles, ores, lifejackets, inflatable water park, and water trampoline
    Inspect all equipment to ensure safety

  • Supervision
    Supervise beach staff, provide assistance when necessary

  • Skills
    Ensure that canoe/kayak teacher has planned adequate lesson for each skill. Provide assistance as required.
     

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOUR:

  • Model the Camp Statement of Faith and Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct at all times and has a mature Christian faith for his/her age.

  • Age 18 or older (post secondary)

  • Must have boating license prior to job start date

  • Holds current first aid/CPR C certification prior to job start date

  • Confident knowledge of beachfront activities and responsibilities

  • Thorough, attentive to detail

 

REPORTS TO: Executive Director 

CABIN / COHORT LEADER

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Model Christ-like care for campers 

  • Ensure the safety and fun program participation of campers in your cabin

  • Ensure no camper is left out and work towards making camp accessible and fun for them.

  • Participate in camp activities with your camper all day – meal times, skills, free time – essentially all their waking hours

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

  • Must have successfully completed Sr LIT program or equivalent before applying

  • Model the Camp Statement of Faith and Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct at all times and has a mature Christian faith for his/her age.

  • Ability to communicate and work well with groups and provide necessary instruction to campers and staff

  • Manage camper behavior and apply/enforce appropriate safety regulation and emergency procedures

  • Physical ability to respond appropriately to program requirements, emergency situations and weather conditions

 

REPORTS TO: Assistant Executive Director 

TERM: July to August

HEAD LIFEGUARD

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Monitor all swimmers ensuring safety for all campers in the water

  • Ability to focus on swimmers despite distraction of beach activities 

  • Maintain life jackets and clean beach area and life jacket shack following swimming times

  • Monitor weather and advise Program Director if water activities need to be cancelled

  • Lead on water emergency preparedness drills

  • Lead emergency response for all water emergencies in swimming area or lake.

  • Assist in other area of camp operation as requested.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

  • Age 18+

  • First Aid

  • National Lifeguard Award (NLA) or Red Cross equivalent

  • 100 hrs  lifeguard/lifesaving experience

  • Adhere to Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct as outlined in the Staff Training Manual

  • Able to work well with staff and leadership despite variety of personalities

  • Reliable, prepared and on time for duties

 

REPORTS TO: Assistant Executive Director

TERM: June to late-August

LIFEGUARD

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Monitor all swimmers ensuring safety for all campers in the water

  • Ability to focus on swimmers despite distraction of beach activities 

  • Maintain life jackets and clean beach area and life jacket shack following swimming times

  • Monitor weather and advise Program Director if water activities need to be cancelled

  • Engage in on water emergency preparedness drills

  • Engage in emergency response for all water emergencies in swimming area or lake.

  • Assist in other area of camp operation as requested.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

  • Age 16+

  • National Lifeguard Award (NLA) or Red Cross equivalent

  • Adhere to Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct as outlined in the Staff Training Manual

  • Able to work well with staff and leadership despite variety of personalities

  • Reliable, prepared and on time for duties

 

REPORTS TO: Assistant Executive Director

TERM: June to late-August

GROUNDSKEEPER

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Maintain grounds including mowing, trimming, garbage removal

  • Report any sites needing maintenance

  • Maintain equipment and practice safety procedures related to equipment

  • Assist Maintenance Person, Custodians, other staff as requested.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

  • Must be able to work well independently with limited supervision

  • Have general understanding of mechanical yard equipment for operations and maintenance

  • Trustworthy in reporting hours worked, jobs completed 

  • Adhere to Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct as outlined in the Staff Training Manual

 

REPORTS TO: Maintenance Person

TERM: May to August

JANITORIAL

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Completion of job routine daily and weekly to a high standard of excellence.

  • Cleaning and maintaining products in all camp washrooms

  • Cleaning camp cabins as needed 

  • Ensure drinking water is available in all washrooms

  • Empty garbages throughout camp grounds and buildings

  • Advising office of need for additional supplies

  • Timely response to unexpected janitorial needs

  • Related duties as requested

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

  • Must be able to work well independently with limited supervision

  • Have general understanding of safety procedures for all supplies and  equipment used as well as maintaining equipment.

  • Trustworthy in reporting hours worked, jobs completed 

  • Maintain processes and requirements as instructed by Health Inspector

  • Report issues needing attention to maintenance director 

  • Adhere to Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct as outlined in the Staff Training Manual

REPORTS TO: Maintenance Person

TERM: late-May to August

SUPPORT STAFF

TYPICAL WORK ASSIGNMENTS (may be several in one day):

  • Kitchen duties including dishwashing, food prep, cleaning of dining hall

  • Cooks’ assistant

  • Canteen clerk

  • Family Camp childcare worker

  • Boat dock supervisor

  • Teach skills such as Archery, kayaking, mountain biking, crafts, etc. 

  • Additional camp jobs as required and assigned by the Assistant Executive  Director.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

  • Must be 16 yrs of age

    • Highschool applicants must successfully complete Sr LIT program

  • Model the Camp Statement of Faith and Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct at all times and has a mature Christian faith for his/her age.

  • Able to work well with staff and leadership despite variety of personalities

  • Able to adapt to long hours, close living quarters, and broad job description

  • Reliable, prepared and on time for duties

 

REPORTS TO: Assistant Executive Director

TERM: June to August

AUDIO VISUAL PERSON

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

The A/V Tech Person will coordinate all of the tech needs during each chapel service at camp. 

Work alongside all speakers and musicians to operate the soundboard during rehearsals and services, que PowerPoint presentations, and oversee any other audio/visual components.

Responsible to provide participants an opportunity to grow in or discover the Christian faith in a safe and loving environment.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

Must have experience operating audio visual systems

Able to work well with speakers and musicians within timeframes

Service and maintain audio visual equipment

Oversee cleaning and sanitizing of A/V equipment and building

Adhere to Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct as outlined in the Staff Training Manual

 

REPORTS TO: Assistant Executive Director or Executive Directors

TERM: June to August

CAMP NURSE

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Familiarize themselves with camper list and all medical forms ahead of registration

  • Meet each camper/parent at registration collecting all pertinent information and collecting all medications

  • Administer meds daily to each camper requiring daily medication

  • Attend to all medical needs that arise throughout the camp and respond to medical emergencies

  • Help directors maintain health and safety regulations

  • Be on grounds at all times and arrange in advance for absence.

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

  • Model the Camp Statement of Faith and Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct at all times and has a mature Christian faith for his/her age.

  • Must have either RN or LPN certification

  • Must be in good standing with their provincial licensing association

 

REPORTS TO:  Executive Director or Assistant Executive Director

TERM: Weekly

HEAD COOK

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

Plan menu for their week(s) of camp

Daily meal preparation

Awareness of all camper and staff food allergies or restrictions and prepare accordingly 

Liaison with Head Cook Coordinator to order all necessary groceries and work within available stock where instructed.

Supervise assistant cooks

Coordinate weekly with program director regarding meal times, theme meals, mug up locations, etc. 

 

CORE COMPETENCIES / SKILL REQUIREMENTS / DEMONSTRATED BEHAVIOURS:

Must have current Food Safety course

Able to work well with and lead Assistant Cooks, volunteers, and support staff.

Plan, organize and prepare meals daily

Awareness of food restrictions and allergies for campers and staff and accommodate as necessary

Adhere to Staff & Volunteer Code of Conduct as outlined in the Staff Training Manual

 

REPORTS TO: Executive Directors

TERM: Weekly