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
FOOD & BEVERAGE DIRECTOR REF.# 031704 REQ # 17-0511
(40 hrs/wk) Full-time position with full benefits. Year round position. Provide cost effective oversight to the Food & Beverage function including kitchen, dining hall and snack bar to ensure a pleasurable dining experience for all Pine Summit guests. Plan daily menu feature verity of seasonal offerings and assigns preparations of different dishes. Take advantage of fresh foods in season and develop a roster of reliable merchants of quality food. Monitor receipt of supplies and proper storage. Estimate food, overhead, and labor cost, and establishes menu. Sample food for quality control and ensures that it has been prepared and seasoned properly, that portion sizes are correct, and hot food is served hot, and cold, cold. Ensure that food presentation is exceptional works with baker to develop new offerings for the dessert menu. Inspect kitchen and dining room to ensure that proper hygiene and safety standards are strictly observed and that the dining room is always pristine and attractive. Maintain kitchen and dining room at “A” or exceptional levels as determined by County Food Inspector. Qualifications: Basic food service management, high technology equipment and production line techniques. Proficient in budget preparation and management. Microsoft Word and Excel required; Microsoft PowerPoint, Lotus Notes helpful. Graduation from a culinary school or demonstration of previous successful management of a high volume restaurant. Two years of college or equivalent work experience required. A minimum of seven (7) years hands on experience in all phases of Institutional-Special Diet and food preparation including, but not limited to, full service cooking, baking, salad preparation and set-up and service of meals and events. A minimum of three (3) years managing a kitchen staff team. Must have Food Service Manager’s Training Certificate. Basic knowledge of Title II nutrition program requirements. Maintain a valid California Driver’s License with less than two violations in the last 12 months, or a DUI within the last 18 months and must pass a Fleet Safety Test. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Click here to apply for Food & Beverage Director
BARISTA REF.# 031705 REQ # 17-0514
(40 hrs/wk) Full-time position with full benefits. Year round position. Provide quality customer service and assistance to guests utilizing the Snack Shop and /or purchasing items there and other point-of-sale stations throughout the camp. Provide excellent service to customers, guests, and staff according to established procedure. Greet all guests courteously, determine their needs and direct/serve them accordingly. Notice and remember guest shopping habits and notify supervisor. Take inventory and stock shelves, keep store looking neat and attractive. Operate food machines (coffee, ice cream, etc.) Qualifications: Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Ability to learn and apply accrued knowledge of standard purchasing procedures and file systems. Ability to work in fast paced environment and maintain poise under pressure. Customer-service mind set. Ability to operate cash register. Minimum high school graduate or equivalent preferred. Minors must present valid work permit. Current Food Handler’s Certificate required. Restaurant, fast-food, or industrial-kitchen experience preferred. Experience in retail sales preferred. Must be able to read, write and communicate well in English. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled. Click here to apply for Barista
SNACK SHOP LEAD #17-1396
Salary:DOE(40 hrs/wk) Full benefits. Year round position
This position oversee the camp snack shop operations, inventory, merchandising an staffing. Responsible for overall presentation, product mix, profitability and access for customers to the Snack Shop. Responsible for maintaining all vending machines on site. Must be able to work evenings and weekends. Must be willing to be guided by and held accountable to regulations established for daily work and personal conduct. Must have a working knowledge of integrated database applications. Ability to maintain interdepartmental communication. Ability to develop and maintain operational procedures for equipment and cleaning. Will inspect snack shop to insure that proper hygiene and safety standards are strictly observed (per OSHA and Health Department standards).Will be responsible for store operations, ordering and inventory, training snack shop employees. High School diploma required. Two years of college and Food Service or Administrative field. Proficient in budget preparation and management. Food Handlers Certificate required. Serv Safe Food Manager Certificate preferred. Proficient use of the English language. Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the public, coworkers and vendors. Microsoft Word and Excel required. Lotus Notes and PowerPoint helpful POS familiarity with understanding of labeling and bar codes. Ability to operate cash register, make change and process credit card transactions. Meet certification by and participation in The Salvation Army’s Fleet Safety Program. The Fleet Safety policy dictates that an employee may not obtain more than two moving violations or accidents or accidents within any 12 month period Must be able to read, write and communicate well in English. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
SERVER. SALARY: DOE #17-0510
(40 hrs/wk) Full Benefits. Year round position.
FUNCTION OF THE POSITION: Serves food to guests in Dining Hall. Responsible for clean up after meals and all dish washing.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Fills in soda fountains, as well as makes sure soda bibs and juice machines are stocked. Prepares coffee at self-serve stations, as well as stock coffee and tea condiments. Refills napkin holders and replaces salt, pepper, and other condiment bottles placed on each table. Vacuums Dining Hall, treat carpet stains. Prepares meals by setting out serving utensils and restocking plates, bowls, cups, mugs, and silverware, as well as setting up clean station. Loads hot and cold items as listed on the menu into the appropriate location before each meal as directed by the Dining Hall Supervisor and/or Kitchen Manager. Applies principals of health codes in handling and storing food, cleaning dishes, and cleaning of serving areas. Assist in serving prepared menu by keeping food lines fully stocked. Follows set guidelines with regards to what food is to be saved and what is to be thrown away. Returns unused food to proper place of storage with suitable labeling as required and directed by the Kitchen Manager and/or Head Cook. Washes plates, bowls cups, mugs, silverware, lids, pots, pans, and other various dirty dishes and puts away in designated areas. Cleans drink stations by wiping down machines, counters, and catcher trays. Leans food lines by cleaning out wells, sanitizing line’s surface, and cleaning class. Places used linens, aprons, and towels in designated lined cans. Rolls up dry rack netting, puts through dishwasher, and cleans and sanitizes drying counter. Cleans floor mats, clean floor drains, and mops dish room floor. Cleans dishwashing machine daily. Soaks soda nozzles daily. Empties all trash cans and replace with liners. Sanitizes dish cards and silverware caddies on a daily basis. Washes and dries all serving carts daily. Empties catch bucket under cup cart. Cleans and sanitizes cup cart. Wipe down tables. Cleans employee restrooms and checks supplies on a daily basis. Sweep and mop designated areas. Periodically deep cleaning in Kitchen and Dining Room. Performs other incidental and related duties as required and assigned to the Dining Hall Supervisor. Attends Staff Meetings as requested. Delivers prompt and polite customer service both within Dining Hall and around Pine Summit premises. Ability to sit, walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel and twist on an intermittent or continuous basis Ability to grasp, push, pull objects such as files, file cabinet drawers, and reach overhead Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds Perform all other duties as assigned. Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled.
Food Handler’s Certificate Proficient use of the English language