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Camp Kitaki Summer Staff Positions
Application becomes available online in January each year. Interviews are conducted based on qualified applicants. Positions are filled first come first serve with qualified applicants completing the application and interview process. Submit your application online by visiting www.ymcalincolnjobs.org - remember to submit the reference form below to 3 references.
1. Click the link to visit our online application site www.ymcalincolnjobs.org and fill out the application. All jobs applied for under the title of "Camp Counselor".
2. Give one of the above reference forms to each of your references you have listed on your application. Have your references return the form to the address on the top of the page. Please remember we need three references, and we would prefer to hear from people who have witnessed your work with kids.
Boys and Girls Cabin CounselorsLive in cabins with 8-10 youth. Guide them to develop and grow. Participate with campers in activity areas. Be a positive role model, sincere, and enjoy spending time with youth and in the outdoors.
Health SpecialistCarry out health and safety plan under the direction of Camp Nurse. Treat minor ailments and injuries. Organize and distribute camper medications. Requires CPR and First Aid certification.
Head WranglerCare for 50 horses and maintain our 44-stall barn. Teach basic to advanced Western horsemanship in our popular Ranch Camp program. Lead trail rides. Organize and supervise wranglers. Work with kids and horses to achieve the goals of our program.
WranglerAssist in the care of 50 horses and maintenance of 44-stall barn. Teach basic to advanced Western horsemanship in our popular Ranch Camp program. Lead trail rides. Work with both campers and horses.
Ropes DirectorOrganize and facilitate our multi-element Challenge Course; High Ropes Course, Jungleland Adventure Course, Initiatives Course, Zipline, Team Wall, and Climbing/Rappelling Tower. Maintain equipment and records, schedule and supervise facilitators. Requires an adventurous and energetic leader.
Ropes LeadersFacilitate Challenge Course activities; High Ropes Course, Zip Line, Initiatives Course, Jungleland Adventure course, Team Wall, and Climbing/Rappelling Tower. Maintain equipment and records. Requires adventurous and energetic leaders.
Aquatics DirectorResponsible for the care and operation of our camp pool and waterfront areas. Maintenance of records, and supervision of aquatic staff at pool. Lifeguarding, CPR, and First Aid certification are required. CPO license a plus.
Assistant Aquatics DirectorAssist in the supervision of the lake and pool including lifeguard, instruction of campers, maintainence and supervision of equipment. Lifeguard, CPR, and First Aid certification required. CPO a plus.
Aquatic StaffLifeguard at our Pool or Lake. Supervise aquatics activities including water slide, lake swing, and canoes and paddleboats. Teach kids how to swim, canoe, and kayak! Lifeguard, CPR, and First Aid certification required.
Nature DirectorShare a love of outdoors with children. Be responsible for setup and upkeep of Nature Center; organization and teaching of outdoor awareness program to campers in a wooded area.
Crafts Director & Assistant Crafts StaffExpress your creativity by teaching campers various camp and nature crafts and projects. Develop age-appropriate projects for Campers 7-17. Organize area, inventory, and keep accurate records.
Target Range DirectorTeach, supervise, and direct Rifle range, Archery range and Archery field course with safety as the top priority. Maintain course and equipment in excellent condition.
Video ProductionExplore camp with our camera and produce a weekly video with digital editing technology. Photograph camp activities and participants for weekly photo CD. Must be motivated, organized, and creative. Photography, video, and computer experience a plus.
Office and Store ManagerCoordinate camp communication including mail, phone calls, and e-mail. Present quality first impression and customer service. Work with other staff and teen volunteers to operate Camp Store, manage inventory, market products, order supplies weekly, keep accurate computer records, and assist campers with accounts and purchases.
Assistant CooksAssist Food Service Manager with food preparations, distribution and occasional meal planning in our well-stocked, modern kitchen.
Program AssistantAssist Program Director with organization, scheduling and supervision of camp activities. Distribute supplies to program areas and communicate effectively with staff. Assist with trips and transportation (Valid drivers license required). Previous experience with camp programming preferred, computer experience a plus.