ORGANIZATIONAL MISSION: Our mission is to bring out the limitless potential in young leaders through extraordinary experiences and nurturing relationships.
POSITION SUMMARY: To facilitate the delivery of archery programming that offers growth and relevant progression for youth during the summer experience.
BASIC FUNCTION AND RESPONSIBILITY
Live in a cabin with a co-counselor and 8 campers, and provide active supervision and attention to the physical and emotional wellbeing of campers during all on-duty hours.
Communicate and enforce all safety policies and procedures with staff and campers at Archery.
Lead and deliver age-appropriate and engaging archery programming for the camp community; review written curriculum that includes goals, methods, schedule of activities, general and emergency procedures; and inventory equipment.
You will train staff in safe archery range practices and procedures; provide regular feedback to counselors and while they are working in your program area.
Complete participation notes and attendance notes daily for all campers who participate in Archery activities.
Communicate with co-counselor and supervisor appropriately to balance responsibilities as a program instructor with responsibilities as a cabin counselor.
Actively participate in camp life and programming including evening activities, camper choice time, theme days, bus duty, and more.
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
This position is compensated at a rate of $650 per week, pre-tax.
Our summer seasonal staff are paid on a bi-weekly basis and are classified as exempt, seasonal employees.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
Key competencies: Grit, Growth Mindset, Self Management, Teamwork, Empathy, and Initiative
Experience with team-building facilitation or group management.
Belief that with the right support and access to quality programs and experiences, all young people are able to achieve at the highest level imaginable.
Enthusiasm about new experiences and ability to self-manage to bring a consistent level of energy all summer long.
Level 1 Archery certification, willingness to take and successfully pass the Level 1 test, or excitement for being trained in appropriate archery skills by a trained professional.
REQUIREMENTS & CERTIFICATIONS
Must be able to reside on the LVC resident camp property in Boscobel, WI starting with two weeks of staff training in June and ending after the last camp program lets out in mid-August.
Must be at least 18 to apply
Current age-appropriate CPR, AED and First Aid Certification (PEAK will provide during staff training if needed)
REPORTING AND RELATIONSHIPS
The Archery Program Counselor reports to the Assistant Director of Camp Programs & Expeditions
PHYSICAL DEMANDS/WORKING CONDITIONS
The camp environment is often hot, humid, or rainy. You must be able to work outside for sustained periods of time without air conditioning.
Position requires standing, stooping, sitting, and walking long distances in hilly terrain.
Position requires working weekends and nights, with time off in between camp sessions. Camp days are often long and at times require late night camper support. Staff will have daily scheduled breaks.
Ability to react quickly to emergency situations with quick movements or strenuous action, to ensure the safety of campers and other staff members.
The above job description is not intended as, nor should it be construed as, exhaustive of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made in appropriate circumstances to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.
PEAK Initiative is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.