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Camp Site Director Jobs in Fort Collins, CO at Genesis Health Clubs

Title: Camp Site Director

Company: Genesis Health Clubs

Location: Fort Collins, CO

We are looking for aspiring professional who is passionate about working with youth. This position is an ideal opportunity to grow professional skills, experience challenges that support personal growth, and build lifelong connections in a positive environment. Leading a team of Camp Counselors is tough, incredibly fulling and worthwhile work.As the Leader of a camp team, your days will be filled with challenges, surprises and laughter. Cultivating growth within a group of young professionals isn’t easy and its incredibly important work. At camp, we work to develop an intentional community where each child is celebrated, known, and supported. We facilitate programming that helps our campers grow life skills and redefine their understanding of what they are capable of. Creating a united and passionate team of youth development professionals working diligently to intentionally shape tomorrow’s leaders is serious work for seriously dedicated leader.
Duties and Responsibilities:

Camp Site Director is responsible for supporting camp counselors in facilitating FUN, engaging and skill building experiences for their team of campers. Camp experiences include: Learn to Play Sport Workshops, field trips, lunch, arts and crafts, swimming, Character First lessons, Fun with Food lessons, Kids Move classes, group development, and campfire games/skits.

In addition to supporting counselors in facilitating regularly scheduled camp programming, the Camp Site Director supports camp counselors learning how to create the magic of camp! Filling the in-between times with spontaneous play and leveraging down time to build camp community and celebrate the positive contributions of campers.

Counselors are responsible for playing! Counselors actively participate and play alongside campers during Learn to Play Workshops: soccer, basketball, lacrosse, ultimate Frisbee, floor hockey, volleyball, flag football, and rock-climbing. Camp Site Directors are responsible for modeling the way and holding camp counselors accountable to performance expectations.

Camp Site Directors are youth development professionals who actively invest their time, energy, experience, and talent in facilitating growth within each member of the camp counselor team.

Camp Site Directors are role models! They teach camp counselors to be patient by maintaining composure in the midst of challenges. They teach counselors to be kind by including and encouraging others. They teach counselors to be enthusiastic by joining in the play of camp. They teach counselors to be responsible by modeling cleaning up as they move throughout the facility. They teach counselors to be team players by selflessly serving their fellow camp team. They actively influence camp counselor growth through modeling the professional they want their counselors to become!

Camp Site Directors maintain a comprehensive understanding of the specific needs of the campers in their care-allergies, swim ability, adults who have authorization to pick up campers, medical concerns, etc. Camp Site Directors are responsible for sharing this information with camp counselors to support their ability to work diligently to use the provided information to create a sense of belonging for each camper in their care.

Camp Site Directors are responsible for building meaningful relationships with camp parents. Camp Site Directors support camp counselors in connecting with parents daily to share camper celebrations, to capture pertinent information, and to partner with parents to best support the growth of each child in their care.

Camp Site Directors are responsible for facilitating team meetings, on-going training opportunities and supporting the team in moving camp operations A through growth at the individual, programming and team level.

Camp Site Directors are responsible for tracking data and partnering with the Camp Executive Director to move the campers, parent and team experience A !

Qualifications:

Must be 18yrs or older

Must have 480 hours of prior experiencing working with youth

Fluent in English

Must be passionate about working with children

Highly motivated and enthusiastic with communication and interpersonal skills

Physically capable of sustaining the endurance necessary to be active throughout the entirety each camp day

Effective organizational skills

Available to work days full-time Monday-Friday

Responsible for securing reliable transportation to and from work

Must be able to commit to the entire summer season-

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