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Employment

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.

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 and accept every camper just as they are while walking with them towards God’s best for their lives through a relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • 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 18-20 campers per week.
  • The counselor will love and accept every camper just as they are, while walking with them towards God’s best for their lives through a relationship with Jesus Christ.
  • 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.
  • The Program Staff will be placed on a team with 1-4 other Program Staff (some Program Staff will have Program-Staff-In-Training on their team).
  • The Program Staff will carry out the program (ex. Archery, Climbing Wall, Crafts…).
  • The Program Staff will serve the campers (ex. Special needs support, snack shack, setting tables…).
  • The Program Staff will clean the camp (ex. Mopping, washing dishes, taking out trash…).
  • 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 2020.
  • 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.
  • 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 20-25 hours per week.
  • Secondary lifeguards will work 10-20 hours per week.
  • 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
  • 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 all returning staff applications for whatever positions they would like to apply for.
  • November – Accepting new college age applicants.
  • December Week 1 – Send out acceptance, week and assignments (Overnight Counselor, Program Staff, Lifeguard…) to returning staff and college age applicants
  • December Week 1 – Accept applications from LIT’s in good standing age 16 or over.
  • December Week 2 – Send out contracts to returning staff and college staff who have accepted positions.
  • December Week 4 – Move returning staff and college age staff who have not turned in all paperwork to alternate status.
  • January Week 1 – Send out acceptance, weeks and assignments (Overnight Counselor, Program Staff, Lifeguard…) to all December applicants.
  • January Week 1 – Accept applications from the general public, age 16 or over.
  • January Week 2 – Send out contracts to December applicants who have accepted positions.
  • January Week 4 – Move all January contacts with unfinished paperwork to alternate status.
  • February Week 1 – Accept Day Camp applications from the general public, age 15.
  • February Week 2 – Send out contracts to January applicants who have accepted positions.
  • February Week 4 – Move all February contracts with unfinished paperwork to alternate status.
  • March Week 1 – Send out acceptance, weeks and assignments (Overnight Counselor, Program Staff, Lifeguard…) to all January applicants.
  • March Week 2 – Send out contracts to February applicants who have accepted positions.
  • March Week 4 – Move all March contracts with unfinished paperwork to alternate status.

LEARN Positions

  • 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.
  • The applicant must be at least 15 years old before the start of the semester and must know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.
  • Club Counselors will oversee and assist children with activities.
  • The applicant will be interviewed.
  • 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 Receptionist 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 service with visitors
    • Receiving and organizing packages
    • Signing campers in and out
    • Data entry
  • Please contact Cati Curtis with questions or to begin the process of applying and hiring.
    • Include in your email which season(s) you would like to work (Winter/Spring, Summer, or Fall).

Storm Athletics Positions

New Life Camp offers baseball, basketball, soccer and volleyball for homeschool students through our Storm Athletics program. Email Kyle Mendenhall, Director of Athletics, if you are interested in hearing about coaching opportunities.

Internships

New Life Camp is starting a paid internship program.  This internship program runs year-round and is open to people looking for experience in running non-profits, camp ministry, and sports ministry.  This is a great program for college internships and getting experience working at a camp.

For more information, email Sam Smith.

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