Program Director, Camp Homewood, Quadra Island, BC

Program Director, Camp Homewood, Quadra Island, BC (Posted 01/31/23)

The Program Director is responsible for the design and implementaton of Camp Homewood’s year
round ministry at our four program sites. During a typical year, our ministry includes 30 sessions of summer camp at Harbour (9 plus 2 sessions of Work Crew), Ranch (5), Sailing (6), and Woodsman (8).

Registration is approximately 1,300 campers. Homewood also runs school-season camps and events
including New Year’s Camp, Summer Team Reunion, Teen Camp, Mother-Daughter, Father-Son,
Women’s Weekend and an Open House. Developing new ministry programs (Men’s Retreat? Home
School Camp? Work & Grow?) is a priority. Program support is required for approximately 60 percent of our 60 school-season bookings (schools, churches, community groups, etc.).

The Program Director is responsible for building teams (Recruit; Train; Deploy) that strive for excellence in the delivery of programs that are safe, fun, and engaging for a wide variety of campers and guests. Guests range in age from newborns to grandparents, and typically include 30 to 180 people (plus staff & volunteers). Program is to be run on schedule. Working to deadlines is critically important!

In addition, the Program Director is responsible for hosting guest groups (this may be shared),
purchasing, receiving and storing program supplies, and record keeping. This is a ‘hands on’ role – direct involvement with program delivery is expected. The Program Director will work cooperatively with all members of Homewood’s staff team to bring glory to God through their work, attitudes and activities. This individual is part of a team committed to building the Kingdom of God. Camp Homewood’s ministry is relational. Staff must be able to convey a sense of Christ-like hospitality and concern for guests and staff. Staff must be able to work with and minister to the volunteer high school and college age young people who serve at camp. Responsibilities are to be carried out in a way that will honour Jesus Christand comply with the Pacific Coast Children’s Mission’s Statement of Faith and Mission Statement.

This position is physically demanding and the hours are long. Applicants must be able to lift 50 pounds and work on their feet for an 8-hour shift. The intensity and focus of this position varies seasonally, and is not a typical ‘9:00 – 5:00’ job. Weekend work is normal.

For a full job description, more information, or to apply, please email Thank you!