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Reporting to the Director of Special Programs and the St. Petersburg Center Director, the Youth Camp Director for the January Youth Homestay Camp at Eckerd College is responsible for complete Youth Camp on-site preparation, staff recruitment, hiring and training, maintenance of a camp budget and the daily supervision and operation of camp activities:
Recruit, hire, and train Activity Coordinators, teachers and English teachers for assigned Youth Camp
Maintain accurate accounting records and expense reports in accordance with the camp budget established by the ELS Special Programs Department
Compile all necessary supplies for Youth Camp operations including English classes, activity class, evening activities and weekend excursions
Arrange transportation to and from the airport for all youth camp participants and group leaders and arrange transportation for all off-site activities
Collect damage deposits and other fees from campers as designated by ELS Special Programs
Supervise English teachers and Activity Coordinators, as well as attending chaperones
Serve as camp liaison with designated official on-site and arrange for facility usage on-site
Coordinate information and planning with immediate supervisor(s)
Process ESRs time sheets to Youth Camp Supervisor for all camp employees
Administer the student departure survey
Perform all duties related to closing the camp program such as inventories, storage of materials, close out reports etc.
Perform other duties as assigned by ELS Special Programs
Live in the residence halls with the students and serve as a Residence Hall Counselor and Supervisor (6-week timeframe)
At least two seasons as youth program director or assistant director
At least 6 months of experience as an administrator in charge of teachers
Must be organized, gregarious, enjoys working with children, patient, energetic
Basic life-saving skills a plus!
Program Information & Dates
Camp a 3-week module from January 6 to January 25, 2014.
Candidate must be available to commence part-time hours week of December 16th, 2013.
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