Camp Job Descriptions

GENERAL STAFF:

Registration: Will assist camp director with compiling registration forms, assist in checking in the campers at the beginning of camp, making and printing off schedules for each family, makes and prints off name tags for everyone in camp.

Check In/Out Inventory Manager: Will count all the kitchen and camp inventory upon arrival at camp and then count it again at the end of camp to make sure it matches up. Will also be watching campers and reminding them not to take cups or any kitchen items out of the ranch house.

Camp Photographer and Compiler: Will take photos all week at camp, including family portraits and will compile them onto a CD that will be available for purchase by campers or an online source.

Camp Announcer AKA “The Mouth”: Makes all announcements at meal times and other times and also assigns who will pray at each meal. When he is talking, PLEASE be quiet!

Late Night Patrol (4): Patrols the camp perimeter at 11 pm. and instructs all campers to return to their cabins immediately.

Everything on wheels monitor: This person will set up “parking lots” around the Ranch House for all bikes and scooters. You will also be responsible to remind all the kids of the “wheels rules” if you see anyone breaking rules, speaking to parents if needed.

CAMP MAINTENANCE STAFF:

Camp Pick-up Patrol (2): Will be on the look out for people throwing garbage around camp, will police the grounds of trash and will form a “police line” on the last day of camp with all the youth to make sure that garbage is picked up from one end of the camp to the other.

Pavilion Patrol: Will take garbage bags down to the pavilion everyday and encourage the people there to take care of their trash and make sure any garbage or mess that is left behind is cleaned up.

Garbage Policemen (4): The Garbage Policemen will empty the large garbage cans around the Ranch House each day, dispose of trash in garbage trailer near the Ranch House, and truck the garbage up to the dump every night.

Ranch House Restroom Checker: Will go into the Ranch House restrooms every day and make sure that they are clean, have soap, paper towels, and toilet paper.

Quarters Chairman aka Cabin Fairy (2): This is a favorite with the kids at camp. The Cabin Fairy will inspect the cabins everyday for made beds and cleanliness in the cabin, leaves a treat or sticker on each made bed. She will also inspect cabins on Friday for check out. On Friday your cabin is not clean until she says it is!

Friday Deep-Clean Coordinator: Will be in charge of determining who will do what jobs to have the camp site deep cleaned on Friday. Please be willing to do whatever they ask of you.

Friday Deep-Clean Coordinator Assistant: Will assist the Deep-Clean Coordinator in assigning jobs and checking jobs on Thursday

Lost & Found: Will be responsible for setting up a lost and found area. He/She will be the person who disposes of all not claimed lost and found items at the end of camp.

MEDICAL STAFF:

Medical: Treats all minor illnesses and injuries. (All campers should bring their medical insurance information with them in the event that there is a serious injury or illness that requires evacuation and doctor treatment outside of camp.)

Assistant Medical Person: Will help medical person treat all minor illnesses and injuries.

HIKES:

Preschool ( ages 2-4) Nature Walk: Will lead a nature walk during the camp hike. This job can be filled by the Preschool Coordinator and Assistant.

Junior (ages 5-7) Hike Leaders: Will plan an age appropriate hike for the 5-7 year old age group.

Intermediate (ages 8-11) Hike Leaders: Will plan an age appropriate hike for the 8-11 year old age group.

Advanced (ages 12 & up) Hike Leaders: Will plan an age appropriate hike for the 12 and up year old age group.

CRAFTS:

Preschool 2-4 Craft Assistant: Will help the Preschool Leader carry out an age appropriate craft.

Ages 5-7 Craft Leader: Will plan and purchase supplies for age appropriate crafts for our kids and then help the campers make the projects at camp.

Ages 5-7 Craft Assistant: Will coordinate with and assist the 4-7 Craft Leader.

Ages 8-11 Craft Leader: Will plan and purchase supplies for age appropriate crafts for our kids and then help the campers make the projects at camps.

 Ages 8-11 Craft Assistant: Will coordinate with and assist the 8-11 Craft Leader.

Teen Craft Leader: Will plan and purchase supplies for age appropriate crafts for our kids and then help the campers make the projects at camps.

Teen Craft Assistant: Will coordinate with and assist the Teen Craft Leader

Mom’s Craft: Will plan and purchase supplies for a awesome craft for the women at camp.

Mom’s Craft Assistant: Will coordinate with and assist the Mom Craft Leader.

WATERFRONT STAFF:

Head Lifeguard: Coordinates shift rotation with other lifeguards.

Lifeguard: Keeps the waterfront areas safe and will monitor swimming and canoeing times as well as trips to the Blue Hole.

Waterfront Area Watch Coordinator: Will make sign up sheet for people to sit in designated watch areas on the waterfront to make sure children do not fall in the water. This person will be responsible to  remind those signed up and to ensure the waterfront is always guarded.

Waterfront Relay: Will organize relay and all events corresponding to the relay e.g. where to swim, how far to canoe, how many people on a team, etc.

Waterfront Relay Assistant: Will coordinate with and assist the Coordinator.

Canoe Launcher (3): Assist campers with life jackets and launching and landing canoes.

FOOD:

Kitchen Supervisor: Supervises kitchen teams, food preparation, and ALL kitchen issues.

Mon. & Fri. Meals’ Coordinator and Assistant: Will be in charge of all meal preparations on Monday and Friday. They will have a team of camp families to help them at each meal and will decide where is the best place to use each of the people assigned.

Tuesday Meals’ Coordinator and Assistant: Will be in charge of all meal preparations on Tuesday. They will have a team camp families to help them at each meal and will decide where is the best place to use each of the people assigned.

Wednesday Meals’ Coordinator and Assistant: Will be in charge of all meal preparations on Wednesday. They will have a team camp families to help them at each meal and will decide where is the best place to use each of the people assigned.

Tuesday Dining Room Clean-up Supervisor/Assistant: Will monitor the cleaning of the dining hall after breakfast, lunch and dinner. Will supervise the dining room cleaning staff to ensure all the tables and chairs are cleaned off. Will also, ensure the floor is swept and spot mopped as needed.

Wednesday Dining Room Clean-up Supervisor/Assistant: Will monitor the cleaning of the dining hall after breakfast, lunch and dinner. Will supervise the dining room cleaning staff to ensure all the tables and chairs are cleaned off. Will also, ensure the floor is swept and spot mopped as needed.

Thursday Dining Room Clean-up Supervisor/Assistant: Will monitor the cleaning of the dining hall after breakfast, lunch and dinner. Will supervise the dining room cleaning staff to ensure all the tables and chairs are cleaned off. Will also, ensure the floor is swept and spot mopped as needed.

Snack Coordinator: Distributes afternoon snacks during free time. Will also remind all campers to not leave their garbage around or snacks will be discontinued.

DAYTIME ACTIVITIES STAFF:

Trading Post and Book Sale Coordinator: Will organize the Trading Post by sending out information about what the Trading Post is to the HEB Camp email group. This person will answer questions and give ideas about the Trading Post. This person will coordinate the used book and curriculum sale by encouraging others to bring their gently used books and other school materials to sell at camp. They will also set up an area where the sale can take place.

Pre-School Activities Coordinator: Will plan meaningful activities for the preschool children ages 2-4, to do each morning, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. These activities should include a craft and a nature walk.

Zany Olympics: Will organize the various areas of “competition” and bring proper equipment, and/or ask other campers to help provide equipment through the group email. This activity is made up of several stations where the teams compete in different “Olympic” games. This is a family event for the whole family to participate in.

Zany Olympics Assistant: Assists the Zany Olympics Coordinator.

 Group Sports Coordinator: Organizes and runs sports activities, such as Buddy Kickball. Water Volleyball etc… Responsible for gathering all needed equipment and/or ask other campers to help provide equipment through the group email prior to camp.

 Group Sports Coordinator Assistant: Assists Sports Coordinator.

NIGHT TIME ACTIVITIES STAFF:

Monday Night “Getting to Know You”: Will plan, organize, and lead a fun “Getting to Know You” activity Monday evening for all camp families, e.g introductions, etc.

Family/Teen Dance: Creates a play list, arranges music and sound system for dance.

Talent Show Coordinator: Will post sign up sheets for the Talent Show, will encourage people to participate, will review talent entries and arrange the order of the program.

Talent Show MC: Creates sign-up list for talent show, organizes acts, and announces each performer.

TEENS:

Teen Nighttime Activities Leader: Organizes and leads the nightly teen activities for kids ages 12 and up, supervises an evening snack, and assists teens in clean-up and ensures they get back to their cabins after the activity. Teen activities are from 9:30-11:00 pm

Teen Activities Leader Assistants (4-5): Assists the Teen Activity Leader.

Tween Nighttime Activities Leader: Organizes and leads a nightly activity for kids ages 8-11. The tween activity is held from 9:30-10:30 pm.

Tween Nighttime Activities Leader Assistant (2): Will assist the Tween Leader.

SPIRITUAL WELL-BEING:

Seminary Instructor: Teaches seminary to 14-18 year old campers. Follows that year’s seminary instruction manual. 7:00 am in the Ranch House.

Assistant Seminary Instructor: Supports the seminary teacher by attending and helping with the lesson or activity.

Morning Devotional Coordinator: Will have us gather each morning at the flag pole just before breakfast for a spiritual thought and a flag raising ceremony.

Flag Ceremony Coordinator: Coordinates interested campers an opportunity to participate in the raising and lowering of the flag each dayWill make a schedule of participants and ensure they are properly dressed and perform the ceremony appropriately.

 

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