The team of 3 Summer Camp Managers and 1 Director of Health Services work together to run the day to day operation of Wolf Ridge’s Summer Camp and Family Camp programs, manage the Summer Camp Counselors and Assistant Trip Leaders, schedule activities, assign dorm rooms, arrange for overnights, and work with outside groups. The team supports and mentors staff, assisting with behavior management and instructing classes as needed. Minimum age 21.
The Summer Camp Managers support all aspects of the summer youth and family camp programs from staff supervision to program creation and implementation and managing logistical details. Wolf Ridge will be hiring 3 Assistant Summer Camp Director positions. This team will work closely with the Director of Youth and Family Programs and the Director of Counselors.
Staff Supervision & Training
Program & Camper Management
Program Creation & Scheduling
Participant Communication & Marketing
Camp Reporting & Evaluation
The Director of Health Services is a vital part of the director team. They provide leadership and guidance to staff and campers about the physical and emotional health of summer youth program participants. In addition, they provide basic first aid, support campers with special needs, transport campers for off-camp medical care, assist campers with the management of their medication, communicate with participant families about the health of campers, monitor medical supplies, promote healthy lifestyle habits for all staff and campers and assist in the daily management of the Wolf Ridge Summer Youth Programs and Trips.
This position has four main responsibility areas; camper health, record keeping, health communication, and daily camp management.
Daily Camp Management
Directors at Wolf Ridge are resilient, take initiative, selfless, creative, high-energy, fun, nurturing, compassionate, and display a positive attitude. They care about children and want to share a passion for our environment with each of them. A camp job is can be challenging – think 14 hour days, 5 – 6 days a week – but directors are ready to work hard to meet those challenges. They’re also great role models, display that sense of selflessness and always put the campers first. Most of all, directors are always focused on ensuring that the campers and staff have an amazing and memorable camp experience.