Camp Manager, Pleasant Bay Bible Camp, Consecon, ON

Camp Manager, Pleasant Bay Bible Camp, Consecon, ON (Posted 02/10/23)

Pleasant Bay Kids’ Camp is a set-apart space that facilitates relational encounter between the self, the other, and God. PBC has accepted five fundamental characteristics of the Christian camp model: different from home, relational, safe space, faith-centred, and participatory. We believe dynamic interplay of these characteristics for positive and lasting change for the campers and their supporting networks.

The Summer Camp Manager will be the key point person for PBC Kids’ Camp from early Spring to late Summer, 2023. This full-time contract position will have the first few weeks being focused on preparing for the launch of camp, including building relationships with local churches, developing leaders, recruiting volunteers and promoting the camp’s summer program to families in the local community. The overseeing of all facets of the summer launch will be in partnership with and under the guidance of the PBC Board of Directors. This person will have overall responsibility for all aspects of the site ensuring participation in and alignment with the mission, vision, and values of PBC.

To be a fully devoted follower of Christ, living with character and integrity.
Fully aligned with the mission, vision, and values of PBC
Strong (or demonstrating the potential to be strong) in each one of the 5 PBC Fundamental Values: Faith Centered, Relational, Connected to Nature, Participatory and a Fun Safe Person
A team-player, can live in community
Mentoring/Shepherding nature towards other staff and campers
Has a love of camp and people
High energy and outgoing personality
Ability to respect and uphold the rules of camp
Desire to add creative flare to their area of responsibility with passion and ownership
Takes initiative and is a servant leader, self motivated
Handles conflicts appropriately
Has an inclusive attitude
Able to communicate and teach youth
Discerning attitude
Organized and good with logistics

Provide spiritual guidance and ensure that faith teachings and practices are intertwined throughout all activities, ensuring that it operates in accord with God’s word and is aligned with the Board’s vision and in harmony with Family Camp.

Assists with camp promotion and strategic marketing, which may include marketing in schools, at camp fairs and at community events to ensure we reach our camper targets.

Supervisory duties include providing leadership to the camp staff team through pre-season training, coaching, motivating, monitoring performance and providing mid and end-of-summer performance appraisals to ensure staff are meeting the expectations of their role and achieving camp objectives

Ensures Health & Safety procedures are being followed and maintained, and that the staff team is sharing the duties of keeping the campsite clean, organized and safe in order to meet Health & Safety requirements

Coordinates daily operations of camp program including creating and completing set up and take down checklists and designing schedules so that all camper groups participate in all the activities

Monitors the delivery of safe, high-quality programs working to ensure counsellors are delivering programs in line with camp program manuals, have all the supplies they require and are incorporating day camp values.

Steps into direct delivery of the program as required

Oversee the counsellors and campers each day and help solve problems as they arise

Ensures administrative tasks are completed accurately and on time including all paperwork associated with staff scheduling, camper attendance, parent communication, COVID screening etc.

Responsible for parent and staff communication including checking camp email and voicemail daily, responding to all parent inquiries in a courteous and prompt manner (within 24 hours) and that staff are kept informed of any changes in schedule, staff meetings, etc.

Relays any performance issues and/or parent complaints to Board Director of Kids’ Camp to ensure they are being resolved.

Assists with supply purchasing as required; works with Board Director of Kids’ Camp to ensure camp program materials are purchased and adequately stocked throughout the summer to ensure delivery of high-quality camp programs

Achieves assigned budget, monitors expenditures and ensures purchases are approved and permissible given the assigned camp budget. Submits all receipts and invoices to Board Director of Kids’ Camp weekly.

Responsible for attending all staff training and meetings;

Acts as a positive role model for children, youth and fellow staff through embodying the values of PBC, following all PBC day camp guidelines and PBC policies and procedures

Understands the legal responsibilities and moral imperative to report suspected child abuse to Child Protection Services.

Other duties as assigned.

Post-secondary education
Sound foundation in knowledge of Scripture
Minimum 3 years’ experience in a child-oriented programs; experience as a Supervisor an asset
Experience with Summer Camps an asset
Current Standard First Aid and CPR “C” for the duration of contract
Must have a current Police and VS Check Applicants and be able to legally work in Canada.

Should you want to learn more about this opportunity, please call Board Director of Kids’ Camp, Janice Twiddy at 613-399-5877or forward your resume, a letter of introduction and the names and contact information for 3 references, in confidence to and