THIS IS A TEMPORARY POSITION DURING WINTER BREAK (12/26/10 - 12/31/10 AND/OR 1/3/11 TO 1/7/11)
Job Requirements: The Winter Camp Counselor should be a high school graduate, preferably in college. A successful CIT or volunteer experience Friendship Ventures may be an acceptable substitute for age requirement. Must be physically and emotionally strong, mentally alert, creative, and flexible. Must have the ability to lift at least 40 lbs. and work well with others. Must enjoying spending time outside in winter conditions.
Responsible to: Program Manager, Program Director
1. Responsible for the health, personal care needs, safety and general welfare of all individuals who are assigned to their cabin. Assist individuals with physical disabilities or other limitations who need support with eating meals, walking, transferring, using the bathroom, etc.
2. Responsible to assist in planning and implementing daily activities with Program Staff and co‑workers to meet the needs and interests of the cabin group. Be active in all camp activities with encouragement and positive reinforcement.
3. Responsible to the health care and administrative staff for notification of sickness/injury, or change in participant behavior and to assist with treatments needed by participant.
4. Make sure all participants’ belongings are properly checked in upon arrival and all items are present and accounted for when leaving. Assist them in caring for personal belongings; see that soiled items are laundered and that a clean outfit is available for going home.
5. Responsible for the completion of a physical assessment of each participant within 24 hours of arrival and the continuous monitoring of the individual thereafter.
6. Responsible for writing an experience report on cabin and other report, logs, and forms as necessary; assist in writing postcards, and making
7. Responsible for periodically serving as "Cabin Duty" person in assigned cabin (during rest hour and in evening after bedtime).
8. Responsible at all times for the appearance and cleanliness of cabin.
9. Attends Planning Meetings and communicates information discussed at meeting with cabin co-workers.
10. Write self‑evaluations to be discussed and then filed. Personal evaluations are given by Village Leader upon completion of self-evaluations.
11. Provide information for written evaluations of volunteers assigned to cabin. Counselors are required to model an appropriate example for volunteers.
12. Participate in the planning and implementation of evening programs; such as skits, sing‑a‑longs, talent shows, etc. for all camp and village programs.
13. To perform any miscellaneous duties requested by the administrative staff.
Winter Camp Activities include but are not limited to: Broomball, snowshoeing, sledding, cross country skiing, music, arts and crafts, rock wall climbing, game room, camp fire, day trips, swimming, recreation, dancing and more.
Weeks of Camp: Dec 26-31 and Jan 3-7
Pay: $200 per week + room and board
For More Information Call: 952-852-0101 or 1-800-450-8376 ask for any Program Team member
Or Email: email@example.com
10509 108th Street NW
Annandale, MN 55302
Or Download application at: http://www.friendshipventures.org/join/pdf/join_staff_app.pdf
For more information: Waldorf College is a four-year liberal arts college offering 20 bachelor degree programs in a variety of popular fields both residential and online. For over a century, Waldorf has provided a signature student experience through an engaging community of learning and faith. That community has now expanded beyond the campus through Waldorf’s distinct approach to online education. Waldorf’s academic programs combine a strong liberal arts base with applied learning. Co-curricular programs ranging from the second oldest a capella choir in the nation, to an outstanding theatre program, to highly competitive athletic teams, provide students with a wide range of opportunities for meaningful participation in personal development. Waldorf is committed to engaging its students in service and in bringing the world to its students through international student recruitment and study-abroad programs. Every student is challenged to excel in Waldorf’s community where students are treated with dignity and respect. The college has an attractive campus with 14 major buildings and excellent resources.
Copyright © 2013 Waldorf College | Forest City, Iowa 50436 800.292.1903 (Residential Programs) | 877.267.2157 (Online Programs)