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Team Leadership Coordinators

Each Campus is led by a Site Director and supported by Assistant Camp Coordinators, a Staff Coordinator, HQ Coordinator, and a Teen Program Coordinator. 

Under the guidance of the Executive Director and Site Directors, the Leadership Coordinators support their campus operational team and infuse magic into the camp experience. 

These positions are competitive and intended for highly experienced educators and youth development professionals with strong leadership capacity. 

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Staff Coordinator

The Staff Coordinator will have experience supervising a team and will help to create a staff culture that is welcoming, warm, fun, and safe for staff to take risks, grow, stretch themselves, learn, and build meaningful relationships with campers and peers. They oversee a large group of Guides- providing observations, feedback, coaching, and support to ensure our camp staff are excelling with campers, families, and in our elective classes. They must have experience with on-the-fly problem solving and attention to detail. 

 

The Staff Coordinator should also have experience in teaching, group management, or curriculum development to best support our guides in planning and leading activities. With consultation from the Site Director, the Staff Coordinator should be comfortable modeling effective group management strategies, activity leading, and pivoting when activities cannot be continued as planned.

 

The Staff Coordinator must be:

  • An empathetic leader

  • A problem-solver

  • Energetic and motivating

  • Emotionally intelligent

  • A team player!

  • Well-organized

 

Staff Coordinator regular hours are 7:45am-3:15pm (with early starts on Mondays, late stays on Thursdays, and as needed) 

Starting $20/hour

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Teen Program Leader

The mentor of our teen support team: Guides-in-Training (7th-10th graders) and Camp Assistants (11th-12th graders).

 

Our Teen Program Leader will model professionalism and other leadership skills to guide our young leaders to grow.

They will guide GITs and CAs throughout the day, including giving tasks to CAs and GITs based on the needs of campus operations. They will also keep track of inventory and assist with facility maintenance as needed. They may also come up with special projects or challenges for GITs for team-building and jubilee.

 

Our teen program leader must be a confident, strong leader, with the ability to relate to young people while maintaining authority. They will be supportive, sensitive, and positive, with an attitude that encourages others to grow and come out of their shell—and most of all FUN (and patient). They should have experience with group management, especially with middle and high school aged folks.

 

A Teen Program Leader must be:

  • Organized, self-starter

  • Good communicator

  • Positive and supportive attitude

  • Able to coach, rather than criticize

  • Patient

  • Team player!

 

Teen Program Leader regular hours are 7:45am- 3:15pm (early start on Mondays and occasional late stays for staff meetings)

$20/hour

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Team Leadership Coordinators

Each Campus is led by a Site Director and supported by a Camp Director, Assistant Camp Coordinators, a Staff Coordinator, HQ Coordinator, and a Teen Program Coordinator. 

Under the guidance of the Executive Director and Site Directors, the Leadership Coordinators support their campus operational team and infuse magic into the camp experience. 

These positions are competitive and intended for highly experienced educators and youth development professionals with strong leadership capacity. 

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Camp Director

The Camp Director is the leader of the TLC team and responsible for overseeing camp flow, under the guidance and supervision of the Site Director. The Camp Director supports TLC coordinators, delegating and problem-solving throughout the day.  The Camp Director is responsible for overseeing the planning, preparation and follow- through of every aspect of camp, delegating to appropriate support staff as needed.

The Camp Director must have experience leading a team, keeping track of small details and overseeing several projects at once. Each campus has at least one Assistant Camp Coordinator (ACC) who supports with the big camp activities such as Funky FriYAY planning, as well as camper support, so that the Camp Director can stay available to oversee the big picture.

 It’s imperative the Camp Director be adept at forward thinking, always looking ahead to the next camp session (instead of planning for the immediate), and yet also able to be flexible and adapt plans on the fly that are still aligned with the camp protocols and mission.

 

At the heart of it all, the Camp Director will be modeling camp culture in everything they do- infusing camp magic, silliness, thoughtfulness, and joy into interactions with families, campers, and staff. 

The Camp Director should have prior experience supervising adults and years of teaching experience. Prior camp experience is preferred. The right candidate will be looking to work at Wildfolk for at least 3 summers. 

 

The Camp Director must be:

  • An empathetic leader

  • A problem-solver 

  • Quick thinker

  • Forward thinking

  • High attention to detail

  • Calm and collected in an emergency

  • Energetic and motivating

  • Emotionally intelligent

  • Very organized

  • A team player!

 

Camp Director regular hours are 7:30am-3:45pm. 

Mondays: 7:00am- 3:30pm

Thursdays: 7:30am- 4:00pm

Minimal additional pre-camp meetings to prepare for Staff Training and TLC training

 

Starting at $23/hour

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The ACC is the perfect position for someone passionate about camp, with a background in leadership they are looking to expand for multiple summers. They should be comfortable leading a group of campers in any activity, modeling spirit, and managing time. They should be highly adept at conflict resolution with children and able to align with our approach to progressive, compassionate behavior management.

Asst. Camp Coordinator

The Assistant Camp Coordinator (ACC) is the all-star support leader of their camp. They directly support the Site Director and Camp Director, as well as the full Leadership Team (TLC). The ACC must be flexible and adaptable, as they’ll be shifting job functions many times throughout the day.

 

The ACC's primary role is being available for all the little things that come up during the camp day, especially camper support. In the morning when campers have difficulty separating, the ACC might take this camper on a walk to calm down. During the camp day, the Staff Coordinator is doing rounds and walks into an elective where a camper is having a hard time listening. They radio the ACC to come in for some support. 

The ACC’s big project they oversee are FriYAY operations- gathering all supplies for our special events and ensuring every small detail is thought-through well in advance. This also includes our Camper Showcase that happens on the last day of each two-week session. 

Additional duties include taking thoughtful camp photos, mindful social media sharing for the Camp ‘Gram, supporting the Outdoor Leader with All-Camp Games, and stepping in to lead Morning Ceremony (as needed). During some Adventure Camps, an ACC might supervise field trips- keeping checklists, headcounts, and leading thoughtful team building games for campers. 

 

The Assistant Camp Coordinator must be:

  • Proactive

  • A problem-solver

  • A multi-tasker

  • Flexible

  • Empathetic and Compassionate

  • Energetic and supportive

  • A team player!

 

ACC regular hours are 7:45am-3:15pm

Mondays: 7:30am- 3:15pm

Thursdays: 7:45am- 4:00pm

Starts at $20/hour

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HQ Coordinator

The HQ Coordinator is like the Manager of the Camp Office and event operations-- Part Registrar- Part Camper Support.

They create a warm, welcoming atmosphere in the Camp Office, communicate with respect and clarity, answer phones, respond to emails, help with registration & charge fees, make copies, organize the snack & lunch orders, and keep the camp office tidy & organized

HQC writes incident reports, handles latecomers & early pick-ups, and can step in to help with camper incidents and injuries as necessary.

The HQ coordinator must have super-strong communication and organizational skills, be adept at systems, checklists, and coordinating with team members to cover every little detail.

They must also provide excellent customer service via phone.

The HQ Coordinator will work closely with other TLC to plan special days and camp events, but will ultimately be responsible for the supplies, organization and execution. ​

 

An HQ coordinator must be:

  • Highly organized

  • Strong attention to detail

  • Provide clear and kind customer service

  • A planner- able to keep track of many things!

  • Good listener

  • Calm and collected while problem solving

  • Cordial and a good communicator

  • Team player!

 

HQ Coordinator regular hours are 7:30am-3:15pm  (early start on Mondays, late stay on some Thursdays for staff meetings)

 

$20/hour

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Staff Coordinator

The Staff Coordinator will have experience supervising a team and will help to create a staff culture that is welcoming, warm, fun, and safe for staff to take risks, grow, stretch themselves, learn, and build meaningful relationships with campers and peers. They oversee a large group of Guides- providing observations, feedback, coaching, and support to ensure our camp staff are excelling with campers, families, and in our elective classes. They must have experience with on-the-fly problem solving and attention to detail. 

 

The Staff Coordinator should also have experience in teaching, group management, or curriculum development to best support our guides in planning and leading activities. With consultation from the Site Director, the Staff Coordinator should be comfortable modeling effective group management strategies, activity leading, and pivoting when activities cannot be continued as planned.

 

The Staff Coordinator must be:

  • An empathetic leader

  • A problem-solver

  • Energetic and motivating

  • Emotionally intelligent

  • A team player!

  • Well-organized

 

Staff Coordinator regular hours are 7:45am-3:15pm (with early starts on Mondays, late stays on Thursdays, and as needed) 

Starting $20/hour

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Teen Program Leader

The mentor of our teen support team: Guides-in-Training (7th-10th graders) and Camp Assistants (11th-12th graders).

 

Our Teen Program Leader will model professionalism and other leadership skills to guide our young leaders to grow.

They will guide GITs and CAs throughout the day, including giving tasks to CAs and GITs based on the needs of campus operations. They will also keep track of inventory and assist with facility maintenance as needed. They may also come up with special projects or challenges for GITs for team-building and jubilee.

 

Our teen program leader must be a confident, strong leader, with the ability to relate to young people while maintaining authority. They will be supportive, sensitive, and positive, with an attitude that encourages others to grow and come out of their shell—and most of all FUN (and patient). They should have experience with group management, especially with middle and high school aged folks.

 

A Teen Program Leader must be:

  • Organized, self-starter

  • Good communicator

  • Positive and supportive attitude

  • Able to coach, rather than criticize

  • Patient

  • Team player!

 

Teen Program Leader regular hours are 7:45am- 3:15pm (early start on Mondays and occasional late stays for staff meetings)

$20/hour

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Camp Nurse

he Camp Nurse is a new position at Camp Wildfolk, responsible for the care and supervision of all medical services at camp.

 

These duties include caring for ill or injured campers, administering medication, caring for ill or injured staff, overseeing all camper health forms, reaching out to families about noted medical needs, keeping an organized record of incidents at camp, communication with Caregivers and Staff, and taking the lead on any medical emergencies. 

The Camp Nurse has strong communication skills, extensive knowledge of first aid and CPR, ability to respond quickly to unexpected situations, excellent decision-making skills, experience with children, empathy, and strong emotional and physical assessment abilities. 


 

The Camp Nurse  must have: 

  • RN or LPN degree (or current nursing school student)

  • Current CPR and First Aid certifications

  • Experience working with children and youth 

  • Ability to maintain health forms and paperwork 

  • Ability to maintain and administer all medications

  • Ability to make decisions and take initiative under pressure 

  • Good communication skills 

 

Camp Nurse regular hours are 10:00am- 2:30pm

Mondays start at 8:00am

$28/hour

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