SALARY: DOE REF. # 031712 REQ# 17-0517
(40 hrs/wk) Full-time position with full benefits. Year round position. Organize and manage activities staff; assume all activities functions; perform all supervisory duties, and give general oversight to Activities Department in Activities Supervisor’s absence. Essential Functions: Collaborate with Facilities department on technical aspects of the pool systems, pumps, chemicals, safe chemical levels, hazardous waste in regard to pool chemicals, filtration, slides, platform, and cleanliness of water and surrounding pool decks. Administer and coordinate recreation functions; assumes all recreation functions. Inspect staff work performance on a daily basis to assure
that standards and operating procedures are being met and maintained. Maintain supply inventory and orders replacement supplies as necessary. Prepare for the arrival of camp and guest groups; confirms all staff is in appropriate location per the schedule. Ensure neat, orderly maintenance of recreation facilities and storage areas. Oversee all water activities, including aquatics and lifeguarding. Qualifications: Requires minimum two years of college; prefer AA degree in related field. Requires CPR/AED, First Aid, Lifeguard, and Ropes Course certifications. Proficient use of the English language. Maintain a valid CA Driver License with less than two (2) violations in the last 12 months, or a DUI within the last 18 months, and must pass Fleet Safety Test of TSA. Knowledge and understanding of The Salvation Army regulations and procedures and acceptance of the religious philosophy; must have a desire to lead individuals to Christ. Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the public; work cooperatively with others; analyze situations, and adopt a quick and effective course of action. Ability to prioritize and address projects, which may conflict, in a time-sensitive manner. Ability to communicate effectively and to interact with co-workers, management, leadership, and the general public in a positive, productive manner. Ability to present oneself in a professional manner. Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitivity in relation to information and documentation. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (MS Word and Excel required; PowerPoint helpful). Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Click here to apply for Activities Coordinator
FACILITIES DIRECTOR REF.# 031708 REQ # 17-0523
(40 hrs/wk) Full-time position with full benefits. Year round position. Provide overall direction and supervision to Facilities staff in the upkeep, maintenance and new building construction of the Camp. As a member of the Camp leadership team, provide strategic input to the overall camp strategic plan. Oversee the functioning of building systems including mechanical, electrical, and fire/life safety. Oversee contractors for facility renovation projects entailing HVAC, electrical systems, and production floor arrangement. Set up and maintain Safety Notebooks as regulated by the State Department of Public Health and ensure that high standards of safety are developed, met and maintained. Ensure that major equipment and furnishings are maintained in safe, operable condition and/or arrange for replacement. Collect Work Repair Requests from Admin/Office Manager. Prioritize emergency repairs and complete. Perform preventative maintenance to ensure upkeep of camp. Qualifications: Extensive home and business remodeling management experience. Ability to safety operate all equipment associated with position. Ability to read and interpret Architectural and Engineering drawings. Maintain a valid CA Driver License with less than two (2) violations in the last 12 months, or a DUI within the last 18 months, and must pass Fleet Safety Test of TSA. Intermediate knowledge of MS Office Suite of software (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.); Lotus Notes, helpful. College Graduate preferred or a Journeyman status in a trade or draft such as Electrician, Carpenter, Machinist, Plumber, Welder, etc. Ten (10) years in facilities/maintenance field. Five (5) years managing a facilities/maintenance team. Demonstrated experience managing high cost facilities projects within budget. Experienced in project cost estimates. Proficient use of the English language. Experience in automotive/equipment maintenance and repairs. Experienced in managing construction projects and employees. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Click here to apply for Facilities Director
SALARY: DOE REF. # 031716 REQ# 17-0506
(40 hrs/wk) Some benefits. Year round position. Prepare and execute food presentations leading to a positive camp experience for all campers. Receive, store and inventory supplies. Per request of Kitchen Lead, experiments with new menu offerings and trains new cooks and necessary to prepare new and unfamiliar recipes. Sample food for quality control and ensures that it has been prepared and seasoned properly, that portion sizes are correct, and food is served at appropriate temperatures. Monitor the safety and sanitary levels of activities within the kitchen to ensure that the food is cooked in clean and safe environment. Follow state health department regulations pertaining to safe food practice; Ensures that food presentation is exceptional. Label and stock all ingredients on shelves so they can be organized and easily accessible. Qualifications: Two (2) years cooking experience in a camp environment, or high volume restaurant or hotel. Large batch food preparation experience preferred. Proficient use of the English language. Patient with an ability to stay positive under pressure. Food Handlers Certificate. Maintain a Valid CA Driver License with less than two (2) violations in the last 12 months, or a DUI within last 18 months, and must pass Fleet Safety Test of TSA. Equal Opportunity Employer.