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We’d love to have you share Christ with us! We value having faithful, reliable, fun and loving counselors and staff to invest in the lives of young people with us. Interested in joining our team? Click below for descriptions and applications for New Life Camp employment opportunities.

Full Time Staff Positions

The only way to be considered for these positions is to complete the application and submit your resume (click APPLY NOW below). If you have questions concerning a position that the description below does not answer, please select I’M INTERESTED BUT I HAVE QUESTIONS below to email us. We will not conduct any phone conversations in advance of receiving an application.

Director of Camp Accounting and Financial Management (Part Time or Full Time)

New Life Camp is seeking a full time or part-time Business Manager. Operating as an FLSA seasonal enterprise, this is designed as either a Full-Time position or a very robust 25-28 hr/week part-time position, (flexible). Hours with flexibility but generally occurring between 9-5 Monday – Friday with a thirty-minute lunch break on-site. Adjusted schedules may be coordinated with the Executive Director.

As a Gospel-oriented ministry, New Life Camp requires that all personnel have a real and meaningful relationship with Jesus Christ and be willing and able to perform their duties with an attitude of Christian humility, and a spirit of grace. New Life Camp exists to love, accept and introduce children and their families to Jesus Christ and equip them to live lives that glorify God. Therefore, all employees in every department must be invested in that endeavor, and have personalities, backgrounds and temperaments that allow them to flourish in that environment.

  • This is a full-time or part-time (flexible), fully exempt position.
  • Competitive salary, and some of the best benefits and leave policy in the industry.
  • Camp offers vacation/ leave benefits, a health plan, and retirement benefits after 1 year of employment.
  • A strong and growing believer in Jesus Christ who is able to agree with and support the New Life Camp Statement of Faith and will accept and share in our primary mission.
  • Data management and understanding of Microsoft Suite (Excel)
  • The ability to utilize QuickBooks desktop/or compatible financial accounting software
  • Knowledge of or aptitude for Salesforce or similar CMS
  • College degree in accounting or business required
  • Non-Profit business experience is a plus
  • Human Resource acumen is an advantage
  • Experience with Classy donation software a plus
  • Strong organization skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • This position reports directly to the Executive Director, who will provide an annual performance review if applicable. Direct reports to this position currently: Accounting Assistant and for each of these individuals, it is understood that one of your duties is to provide an annual performance review (if applicable).
  • New Life Camp is an FLSA exempt faith-based non-profit.

Primary Duties

  • This position is as much Christian ministry as it is a job, and only those who can function in that context should apply
  • The accurate posting and maintaining of camp financial records
  • Running payroll and other financial obligations of camp in a process that meets all legal and ethical standards
  • Running frequent reports of financial summary for the Executive Director and Board to assist in their fiduciary responsibility
  • Ensure that contributions and donations are tracked, recorded, and followed up with a system of receipt and gratitude per the Asst. Director of Development
  • Review bank statements and monitor cash flow on a weekly basis
  • Prepare for audits and provide all necessary tax documentation of 990
  • Create an invoice system for the camp’s many fee-based programs and follow up on outstanding balances
  • Provide a degree of HR coordination necessitated by the Manager role: particularly in relation to adequate provision of Health Car plans, and the maintenance of HR records such as personnel file docs, leave and vacation forms, retirement, workers compensation, etc…
  • Work with the Executive Director to establish a sound budgeting procedure, regular budget reports and constant budget tracking for year-over-year comparison and reporting purposes
  • Answer customer queries and respond to numerous requests for information and the refunding, discounting, and enhancing of pricing, which goes along with the operation of the camp. Serving as a key ambassador for camp in customer relations.
  • To be knowledgeable and proficient in the camp registration and donor CRM modules
  • Stay abreast of current pricing models in the camping, day camping, pre-school, clubs sports, sports camps, afterschool, and Y program areas.
  • Manage the scholarship system and camp discount program
  • Attend weekly staff meetings to stay well connected with the overall ministry of camp
  • To attend all necessary training and enhancements and stay current on any necessary certifications
  • To assist in the performance of background and credit checks for BOD members, full-time personnel, receptionists, and part-time facility staff
  • Periodically negotiate vendor contracts
  • Prepare W-2’s, 1099’s, 941’s, sales tax refunds, and annual contribution statements
  • Manage and reconcile Petty Cash for Souvenir Shop, Snack Shack, and Sports Programs
  • Develop key program analytics in conjunction with the ED for forecasting and sustained profitability
  • Backup for Registrar position as needed (illness, vacation)

Summer Camp Positions

  • The applicant must know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior
  • The counselor will be paired up with a co-counselor to lead 18-20 campers per week.
  • The counselor will love, accept and introduce children to Jesus Christ and equip them to live lives that glorify God.
  • The counselor will be responsible for the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical health of each camper.
  • The counselor will supervise their campers’ activities and know where they are at all times.
  • The counselor will enforce camp policies, procedures and rules.
  • The counselor will lead their campers in competing for Honor Cabin.
  • The counselor will mentor Counselors-In-Training.
  • The counselor will be expected to stay overnight.
  • The applicant must know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
  • The counselor will be paired up with a co-counselor to lead 16-18 campers per week.
  • The counselor will love, accept and introduce children to Jesus Christ and equip them to live lives that glorify God.
  • The counselor will be responsible for the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical health of each camper.
  • The counselor will supervise their campers’ activities and know where they are at all times.
  • The counselor will enforce camp policies, procedures and rules.
  • The counselor will lead their campers in competing for Huddle of the Week.
  • The counselor will mentor Counselors-In-Training.
  • The counselor will be expected to arrive by 8:00am and leave at 6:00pm.
  • The applicant must know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
  • Program Staff will be assigned to Huddles and Cabins to specifically run their program. (ex. Run Archery, Setup for Meals, Clean Bathrooms…)
  • Some Program Staff will have additional roles that serve the entire camp (ex. cleaning shared buildings, administration, event production…)
  • The Program Staff will supervise camper activities.
  • The Program Staff will enforce camp policies, procedures, and rules.
  • The Program Staff will mentor Program Staff-In-Training.
  • The Program Staff will be expected to stay overnight.
  • Intern must be a high school graduate as of June 2022.
  • FAPs serve both Overnight Campers and Day Campers, and thus are required to spend the night.
  • The intern will receive training, communication and support all summer long from a certified nurse.
  • The intern will administer first aid to campers and staff.
  • The intern will administer medication.
  • The intern will process medical forms.
  • The Intern is responsible for capturing daily life at camp and making images available to parents through the online parent portal and social media. Images will also be used for marketing and promotional purposes.
  • Though not required, videography experience will enhance your application.
  • Each application will be asked to submit a portfolio or work, preferably containing posed and candid pictures alike. If the applicant has produced videos they should submit these as well.
  • The Intern is a summer staff position and will be expected to stay at camp overnight.
  • The Intern will ideally capture a photo of each of the 250 campers on-site each day whether in large group, small group or individual shots.
  • The Intern will be tasked with taking cabin and huddle photos for purchase.
  • The intern will be tasked with capturing events (Activities, Meals, Assemblies…)
  • The intern will watermark each photo that will be opened to public access.
  • The intern will be exposed to editing.
  • If accepted, the Lifeguard must have a current Lifeguard certification.
  • New Life Camp will cover the cost of Lifeguard Certification Training up to $200, to be reimbursed after the Lifeguard’s sixth week on duty.
  • Lifeguards will show proof of Lifeguard Certification before their first pool or lake duty.
  • Lifeguards will take part in training exercises and drills throughout the summer.
  • Lifeguards will supervise the pool or lake.
  • Lifeguards will enforce policies, procedures, and rules at the pool and lake.
  • Lifeguards will prevent accidents from happening.
  • Lifeguards will provide rescue and emergency care.
  • Primary lifeguards will work 20-40 hours per week, weather permitting.
  • Secondary lifeguards will work 10-20 hours per week, weather permitting.
  • Tertiary lifeguards will fill holes as needed.
  • This is a part time position. You would be one of several receptionists on a rotating team.
  • The position is based on 3 seasons: Winter/Spring, Summer, and Fall. Hours will vary during those seasons and will be arranged with the applicant’s schedule.
  • The applicant must have excellent people skills. Often, the Receptionist is the first and primary contact that families and vendors have with New Life Camp.
  • The applicant must be organized and productive. While Receptionists will be trained on the following, a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook is beneficial.
  • Additional tasks:
    • Answering phones
    • Responding to emails
    • Customer services with visitors
    • Receiving and organizing packages
    • Signing campers in and out
    • Data entry
  • If you are interested in this position please click here to email us.
  • The application must know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
  • An alternate is willing to be on call during the week indicated.
  • As being contacted to help during a certain week could occur with little notice, they are not obligated to fill any given position.
  • If they agree to fill a position, the salary for their time here would be dependent on:
    • Position held
    • Orientation sessions completed; Orientation sessions are not required for Alternates, but completing sessions increases pay rate.

Application Process

Timeline
  • October – Accepting applications for New Staff who are college age
  • November – Accepting applications for Returning Staff and Age 18 or over
  • December – Accepting applications from: Age 17 or older
  • January – Accepting applications from: Age 16 or older
  • February – Accepting applications from: Age 15 or older
Pay
  • A Summer Staff could make as much as $400/week in Overnight camp their first summer.
  • A Summer Staff could make as much as $275/week in Day Camp their first summer.
  • Applicants can apply for as many weeks as they would like. (There are 8 total Overnight Camp weeks and 9 total Day Camp weeks.)

LEARN Positions

Qualifications

  • Applicant must be a high school graduate with expertise in the field of study they desire to teach.
  • Applicant must know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
  • Applicant will be interviewed for position.

Commitment

  • Teach in-person class for 1.5 hour a week for 32 weeks to homeschool students.
  • Classes will be held early September through early May.

Positions

We are primarily looking for instructors to teach the following classes:

  • Physical Science for 7th-9th grade students

We have hired our instructors for the fall, but you are welcome to apply in case there is a new opening or you have interest for the spring.

Qualifications

  • Applicant must be a high school graduate with expertise in the field of study they desire to teach.
  • Applicant must know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
  • Applicant will be interviewed for position.

Commitment

  • Teach in-person club for 1-1.25 hours per week for 10 weeks.
  • We have two separate semesters for the fall and spring:
    • Fall: mid-September to mid-November
    • Spring: mid-January to end of March
  • Teaching both semesters is not required but encouraged.

Qualifications

  • The applicant must be at least 15 years old before the start of the semester.
  • Applicant must know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
  • Applicant will be interviewed for position.

Commitment

  • Oversee and assist children with activities for 4 hours in the morning and/or 2.5 hours in the afternoon.
  • Some activities meet for 10 weeks per semester, and some meet for 13 weeks per semester
  • We have two separate semesters for the fall and spring:
    • Fall: mid-September to mid-November for 10 weeks or mid-December for 13 weeks
    • Spring: mid-January to end of March for 10 weeks or end of April for 13 weeks
  • You are not required to commit to both semesters, but it is encouraged.

Storm Athletics Positions

New Life Camp offers baseball, basketball, cross country, soccer, and volleyball for homeschool students through our Storm Athletics program.  Please reach out to us if you are interested.