Position Descriptions

Camp Counselor

These are the key characteristics we are looking for in a Camp Counselor candidate: 
1. You enjoy working with kids. 
2. You are willing to learn new skills. 
3. You can maintain patience under pressure.
Minimum qualifications:  
 At least 18 years of age and a high school graduate. 
 Currently certified or willing to become certified in First Aid/CPR. 
 Submit a health history record and examination form prior to the first day of work. 
 Ability to interact with all age levels. 
 Successfully complete all background checks. 
As a counselor, you are the primary caregiver for each and every camper. You are responsible for planning and leading activities as you guide campers in their personal growth. 

 

Other things to consider: 
-Your day could start as early as 7:30am and go as late as 5:30pm.  You would have a 40 hour work week. 
-You would be working outside all day. That means bugs, sun, heat and rain. 
-A positive attitude is key. Even if you are having a bad day, smiles and positivity is what is expected. 
-There will be several mandatory pre-camp virtual trainings
-The mandatory Staff training begins at 8am on May 30th, 2023 and goes until June 3rd. 
-You will be expected to participate in every activity. That means playing games, teaching crafts, swimming in the lake, (yes, a real lake), singing camp songs and so much more. 
-You may be asked to perform duties outside your assigned role. This might include, but is not limited to, cleaning or equipment maintenance 
-You will not be able to have your phone while on the clock.
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Lifeguard

These are the key characteristics we are looking for in a Lifeguard candidate: 
1.You enjoy working with kids 
2.You are willing to learn new skills.
3.You can maintain patience under pressure. 
Minimum qualifications: 
16 years old or older.
Current Lifeguard and First Aid/CPR/AED for the professional rescuer certification by the start of the summer. 
Submit a health history record and examination form prior to the first day of work. 
Ability to interact with all age levels. 
Successfully complete all background checks. 
Prior experience working at a waterfront or pool. 

 

What does a lifeguard at LNSDC do? 
-Supervise and guard all waterfront activities.
-Provide surveillance during aquatic activities to help prevent/manage injuries. 
-Provide rescues as needed. 
-Utilize first aid, CPR and other emergency management services as needed. 
-Understand and implement appropriate responses to changes in water and weather conditions. 
-Evaluate aquatic abilities of campers and staff. 

 

Other things to consider: 
-Your day could start at 7:30am and go as late as 5:30pm. 
-You would be working outside all day. That means bugs, sun, heat and rain. 
-A positive attitude is key. Even if you are having a bad day, smiles and positivity is what is expected.
-There will be several mandatory pre-camp virtual trainings
-The mandatory Staff training begins at 8am on May 30th, 2023 and goes until June 3rd. 
-You may be asked to perform duties outside your assigned role. This might include, but is not limited to, cleaning, equipment maintenance, helping run activities or watching campers. 
-You will not be able to have your phone while on the clock.
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Program Coordinator

These are the key characteristics we are looking for in a Programs Coordinator candidate: 
1.You enjoy working with kids. 
2. You are willing to learn new skills. 
3. You can maintain patience under pressure. 
Minimum qualifications: 
At least 20 years of age and have completed at least 2 years of college.
Currently certified or willing to become certified in First Aid/CPR. 
  Submit a health history record and examination form prior to the first day of work. 
Ability to interact with all age levels. 
  Previous supervisory experience
Successfully complete all background checks.

 

What will you do? 
-Develop, plan and implement recreational and educational activities for campers ages 6-14 
-Supervise Program Specialists and Counselors while they run activities 
-Develop and implement program assessment tools 
-Manage Programs budget 
-Play an active role on the camp leadership team.

 

Other things to consider 
-Your day could start at 7:30am and go as late as 5:30pm. You will have a 40 hour work week.
-You would be working outside all day. That means bugs, sun, heat and rain. 
-A positive attitude is key.  Even if you are having a bad day, smiles and positivity is what is expected.
-You will have several pre-camp meetings (virtual if needed) with the camp director to plan out program development and staffing.  You would be paid for your time.
-There will be several mandatory pre-camp virtual trainings
-The mandatory Staff training begins at 8am on May 30th, 2023 and goes until June 3rd. 
-You may be asked to perform duties outside your assigned role. This might include, but is not limited to, cleaning, equipment maintenance, helping run activities or watching campers. 
-You will not be able to have your phone while on the clock.
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Program Specialist

These are the key characteristics we are looking for in a Program Specialist candidate:
1.You enjoy working with kids. 
2. You are willing to learn new skills. 
3. You can maintain patience under pressure.
Minimum qualifications: 
At least 18 years of age and have completed at least one year of college. 
Currently certified or willing to become certified in First Aid/CPR. 
Submit a health history record and examination form prior to the first day of work. 
Ability to interact with all age levels. 
Successfully complete all background checks. 

 

What will you do: 
-Create lesson plans for program area activities
       Specific Program Areas include:
            Arts Crafts
            Boats and Bait
            Sports of All Sorts
            OLS (Outdoor Living Skills)
       We will be hiring one Program Specialist for each of these areas.
-Supervise counselors as they assist in delivering programs 
-Conduct program assessments on a regular basis 
-Mange program area supplies and equipment 
-Help manage program area budget 
-Work directly with campers in program area 

 

Other things to consider:
-You can have a flexible schedule, working from 4-6 hours a day
-You can have a flexible summer season, working the entire 9 weeks or just 1. Our hope is to have staffing for the entire summer, but we are more than happy to accommodate different schedules.
-You would be working outside all day. That means bugs, sun, heat and rain. 
-A positive attitude is key.  Even if you are having a bad day, smiles and positivity is what is expected.
-You will have several pre-camp meetings (virtual if needed) with the camp director to plan out program development and staffing.  You would be paid for your time.
-There will be several mandatory pre-camp virtual trainings
-The mandatory Staff training begins at 8am on May 30th, 2023 and goes until June 3rd. 
-You may be asked to perform duties outside your assigned role. This might include, but is not limited to, cleaning, equipment maintenance, helping run activities or watching campers. 
-You will not be able to have your phone while on the clock.
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Maintenance Crew


These are the key characteristics we are looking for in a Maintenance crew candidate: 
1.You enjoy working with kids
 2.You are willing to learn new skills.
 3.You can maintain patience under pressure. 
Minimum qualifications: 
16 years old or older. 
Currently certified or willing to become certified in First Aid/CPR. 
Submit a health history record and examination form prior to the first day of work. 
Successfully complete all background checks. 

 

What will you do? 
-Mowing and weed eating lawns
-Filling water coolers
-Collecting trash
-Help with facilities and equipment repairs
-Cleaning camp facilities 
-Painting
-Lakefront and trail upkeep
-Other duties as assigned 

 

Other things to consider: 
-You would work an average of 30 hours a week 
-You would be working outside all day. That means bugs, sun, heat and rain. 
-A Positive attitude is key.  Even if you are having a bad day, smiles and positivity is what is expected. 
-You may be asked to perform duties outside your assigned role. This might include, but is not limited to, helping run activities or helping with camper drop-off /pick-up. 
-You will not be able to have your phone while on the clock.
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