2019 STAFF APPLICATIONS


 
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2019 SUMMER CAMP DATES

Staff Orientation Week: July 1 – 6

Session I: July 7 – 13

Session II: July 14 – 20

Session III: July 21 – 27

 

Staff will be selected to work either one, two, or three weeks of camp, plus the mandatory staff orientation week.


2019 STAFF STIPENDS

 Staff who attend Orientation Week + 1 Week of Camp: $100 stipend

 Staff who attend Orientation Week + 2 Weeks of Camp: $400 stipend

 Staff who attend Orientation Week + 3 Weeks of Camp: $700 stipend


NEW STAFF APPLICATION

 (Never been on staff before)

This is for a position as a cabin counselor, program staff member, or lifeguard.


RETURNING STAFF APPLICATION

 (Have been on staff with us within the past 6 years)

This is for a position as a cabin counselor, program staff member, or lifeguard.


SUPPORT STAFF APPLICATION

Want to help our Summer Camp Management Team behind the scenes during camp? It truly takes a great team to plan and execute our camp program each summer! You will not be in a cabin, but will be staying in the lodge rooms near the Management Team. Support Staff will be helping with daily set up, clean up, and other daily projects that make our program happen. Apply here to help us as one of our weekly support staff members.


REFERENCES

Please email your references this link to fill out on your behalf.

DUE: February 1, 2019


JOB DESCRIPTION

Metropolis of San Francisco Summer Camp Staff Members...

  • Come to camp for the campers!!

  • Make their campers’ safety and well-being their first priority.

  • Faithfully observe the traditions and teachings of the Greek Orthodox Church.

  • Know that their example will have a lasting impact on their campers.

  • Are committed to team work, even in the most difficult circumstances.

  • Follow the chain of command to make the team work.

  • Know the joy of faith, friends, and fun in a healthy Christian camp program.

Staff Member Job Responsibilities

  • Conduct themselves in accordance with our Orthodox Faith.

  • Foster a Christian environment in which campers can grow in their faith Attend staff orientation and fulfill the requirements therein.

  • Work professionally and collaboratively with other staff members.

  • Provide 24-hour-a-day supervision for the campers assigned to their cabin

  • Attend all worship services, sessions, and activities with their cabin.

  • Plan and facilitate nightly “devotionals” for their cabin.

  • Maintain and uphold order in the cabin at all times.

  • Ensure adherence to camp policy at all times.

  • Provide a physically and emotionally safe environment for all campers.

  • Ensure prompt arrival and full participation from campers at all activities.

  • Report matters of discipline to the Program Director and/or Camp Director Participate in all staff meetings.

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