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fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 04/22/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Miracle Bible Camp is seeking guy counselors for ten life-altering weeks. You must be: - A dedicated Christian ready to share your life and faith with others; - An ability (or willingness to learn how) to share your faith; - A servant attitude and love for people (especially kids!); - A fun approach to life; - An ability to get along as part of a team; - At least 18 years of age, and; - Able to clear a background check.
  • DUTIES:Duties include: - Supervising and leading small groups of campers; - Participating in activities with kids; - Counseling and spiritual input with the campers; - Fishing, camping out, hiking, biking, archery, air rifles, games, swimming, etc. You will have as much fun as the kids; - Cleaning of facilities to prep for campers; - Participate in chapels and other ministries, and; - Lifeguard if possible ($25 weekly bonus!).
  • LOCATION: Miracle Bible Camp, Longville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: May 26-Aug 2
  • WAGE: Paid position, bonus for lifeguarding
  • CONTACT: Dan Niebeling 218.929.1060
  • ONLINE: Www.miraclebible.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Phone

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Youth Intern

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Looking for student who sense God's call to ministry that would like some ministry experience in a paid internship in the church. Must have a strong personal walk with God and a love for His Word and a love for the people of his flock, accepting our diversity and cultural distinctive. Must be prepared to live at a high level of personal character and integrity consistent with scripture and ready to serve in a church, building the body and strengthening believers well mixing into the fellowship as a positive example of a Christ follower. Should be an upper classman, highly relational and able to lead and oversee youth.
  • DUTIES:Build and engage students relationally encouraging them in their walk with Christ. Participate and lead some summer ministry events. Overseeing the students who attend. Prepare and provide some teaching for students during the summer months in youth group and other events. For more details contact the church at 740-452-2603 or email us at .
  • LOCATION: Zanesville Ohio
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday - Saturday
  • WAGE: To be discussed
  • CONTACT: Andy Winters 740-452-2603
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Counselor/ Worship Director/ Activity instructor

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1.Have a sincere relationship with Christ and a clear walk with God. 2.Is in agreement with Camp Victory’s philosophy, policies and statement of faith. 3.Is eager to teach youth about Christ’s love and a desire to help youth begin or strengthen a relationship with Jesus Christ. 4.Ability to communicate with children from kindergarten to college 5.Some experience working with youth appreciated 6.Responsible enough to care for a cabin of kids 7.Able to work well with peers
  • DUTIES:Counselor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a cabin setting. 3.Possibly lead or co-lead cabin devotions nightly. 4.Help supervise activities during free zone and c-zone. 5.Teach the plan of salvation to unsaved campers. 6.Challenge Christian camper’s relationship with Jesus. 7.Be open and available to your campers. 8.Work with a co-counselor in the cabin and display competence in working together. Worship Director: 1.Be a witness of Jesus Christ through my words, actions, and attitude. 2.Be an approachable, teachable servant leader. 3.Have creative power points with lyrics, music choices, and sound equipment ready to go before each chapel time. 4.Create closing ceremony PowerPoint and assist PROS in any set-up materials necessary. 5.Encourage the worship team through small devotions before each worship set. 6.Facilitate practices before each chapel. 7.Know safety guidelines and measures to be taken in serious and dangerous circumstances. 8.Create worship sets with a variety of musical selections (age appropriate), not repeating the same song in the same day. 9.Be an outlet and confidant to both staff and campers; building relationships with both. 10.Be responsible and submissive to the overnight program director, program assistants and Camp Victory as a whole. 11. Welcome and host the camp pastor upon their arrival each week. 12. Coordinate and help the camp pastor with tasks as needed. Activity Instructor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a group setting. 3.Be open and available to campers. Seek teachable moments. 4.Teach campers about the activity. 5.Ensure campers and staff always use proper paintball safety techniques. 6.Be open and available to your campers. 7.Work with other staff in the group and display competence in working together. 8.Instruct and ensure safety during all activity times. 9.Work with day and overnight campers and counselors to encourage group cohesiveness and a positive learning environment. 10.Responsible for equipment maintenance and program area.
  • LOCATION: Camp Victory in Zumbro Falls, MN.
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday all Summer
  • WAGE: Depends on position
  • CONTACT: Megan Doten 507-843-2329
  • ONLINE: www.campvictory.com or http://bit.ly/18mvuYo
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
Category: Ministry
fold faq YouthWorks PAID Summer Job/Internship Opportunities

Posted: 03/18/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Potential summer staff must be at least one year out of high school to meet our minimum application requirements. Candidates must demonstrate good judgment and problem-solving skills, able to handle responsibility and have leadership experience. Staff are needed who love youth and are passionate about serving. See our website for more detailed information about qualifications.
  • DUTIES:YouthWorks offers several types of summer staff positions/internships. Although each team member shares many of the same job responsibilities, unique areas of leadership define each position. Full-time YouthWorks staff are working year-round to set up the mission sites. All summer staff receive their community information and are trained at the beginning of the summer. For example, YouthWorks does not expect all Work Projects Coordinators to know how to teach home painting prior to being hired. All we ask is that you would be willing to learn. Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable and willing to grow in all areas. SITE DIRECTOR Experience authentic leadership. Mentor and supervise 3-4 Site Coordinators. Assist them with daily service and ministry projects. Manage finances with integrity and maintain the overall spiritual focus of the mission site. Provide leadership for adult leaders and help them process their mission week as they experience it alongside their youth. Develop lifelong friendships with community members and be changed by their love. Site Directors must be of a post-college age, have previous leadership experience and the ability to manage a team. SITE COORDINATORS KIDS CLUB Enable teenagers to experience the joy of loving kids. Facilitate a daily Kids Club and coordinate morning service opportunities. Provide leadership for participants as they create crafts, plan games, practice songs, and make a Bible story come alive. Come to know and love community kids and their families as you work with them for an entire summer. See life change first hand as teenagers have the chance to love children with Jesus’ love. Kids Club Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children. PROGRAM Help youth see the reason behind why they serve as you interact with them on a daily basis. Love and encourage youth in their experience and faith journey. Partner with and provide leadership for daily work projects, Kids Club or ministry sites. Facilitate fun, meaningful and educational evening activities. Plan and coordinate nightly Club, with your team’s support. Prepare and give a Christ-centered talk based on the summer theme with provided outlines. UTILITY Utility Staff begin the summer assigned to a region, not a specific community. Be a jack of all trades. Serve in a variety of areas. Be trained for several positions and offer support to Site Coordinators. Coordinate daily service activities and see students’ lives change as they experience Christ through service. Support teams with spiritual encouragement and a servant attitude. Staff must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing roles and locations. At some point during the summer, Utility Staff may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position. SERVICE Get to know the various needs of an urban area and discover how volunteers can help a local organization make a difference. Network with social service and ministry organizations to coordinate service opportunities for teenagers. See lives change as teenagers are taken out of their comfort zones and come face to face with Jesus in a new way. Staff must be administratively minded, able to problem solve and manage details. Service Coordinators must also maintain and strengthen partnerships within the community. WORK PROJECTS Help youth build relationships with community members through work projects. Learn how to set up projects and partner with local community contacts. Teach participants the basics of painting and watch them be transformed as they serve in new ways. See the lasting effect on both community members whose homes have been improved, as well as the teens and adults who completed the repairs. Work Projects Coordinators must have the ability to clearly teach and prepare participants for projects. OUTRAGEOUS SPORTS CAMP Reach out to 10-14 year olds in the community by leading a daily sports camp program. Serve as head coach while participants plan and facilitate drills and scrimmages in a variety of sports. Explore valuable character traits found in the Bible and empower participants in leading small group discussions. Coordinate morning service opportunities for participants. Outrageous Sports Camp Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children and have knowledge and experience in athletics.
  • LOCATION: Nationwide
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday
  • WAGE: $2,500 Site Staff – $4,250 Site Directors
  • CONTACT: Molly Potter 877-249-9904
  • ONLINE: www.youthworksrecruiting.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Short-Term Team Opportunity to North Africa

Posted: 03/14/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Followers of Jesus who are open to how God might be calling them to serve in one of the most unreached areas of the world.
  • DUTIES:This vision trip will allow participants to experience firsthand Arab culture and the history of this part of the world. They will interact with Kingdom workers and learn what life and ministry is like in that context as well as how God is expanding His Kingdom there. This trip will be pivotal for those who are wondering if God might be calling them to serve in the Muslim world.
  • LOCATION: North Africa
  • DAYS/HOURS: June 7 - June 18
  • WAGE: Applicants must raise support through ITeams
  • CONTACT: John Pavey 7194255888
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Celebration Leader/Music Director for Wilderness Escape

Posted: 03/10/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Some one who loves Jesus Someone who loves kids Someone Who Smiles: To be friendly to all the tribe members (campers) who look forward to see everyday Someone Who Know the Music and Motions (we will give you the Celebration DVD along with the lyrics.) Someone who reinforces the daily theme Someone who has the ability to give the right songs to the right age group Someone who works well with others Someone who has his or her own transportation
  • DUTIES:Give each age group a set of songs they will be able to perform on Thursday in front of their parents/grandparents/friends Able to direct students and to keep them on task as they learn their songs Able to teach hand motions/body movement or other activities that will help the student/camper know their songs better Able to create an atmosphere of love and celebration
  • LOCATION: St. Stephen's Church, Edina Minnesota
  • DAYS/HOURS: Week One: June 9-12 (8:30-12:30) Week Two: June 16-19 (8:30-12:30)
  • WAGE: Up to $800.00 for both weeks
  • CONTACT: Dave Sheldon 952-920-0595

PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Children's Ministries Assistant

Posted: 02/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Requirements: A.Spiritual 1. Must be a growing Christian, deepening his/her personal relationship with Jesus Christ and modeling this to others. (I Tim. 3:1-13) 2. A desire to see children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. 3. Desirable spiritual gifts: administration, teaching, encouragement, helps. 4. Supportive of the church’s doctrinal statement, constitution and philosophy of ministry. B.Personal 1. Teachable, team player with strong oral and written communication skills. 2. Ability to take direction and to work independently. 3. Personable, creative and a self-starter. 4. Ability to lead and work with teens. C.Professional 1. Pursuing a B. A./B. S. degree in Christian Education, Children’s or Youth Ministry, or related field, or pursuing a career position in Children’s Ministry. 2. Experience in ministry with children and/or youth. 3. Familiarity with Windows applications, especially Publisher and/or Microsoft Word. 4. Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
  • DUTIES:General Overview: To assist the Director and Assistant of Children’s Ministries in providing and directing children’s programming (newborn through grade 6) during the summer months, with the ultimate goal of partnering with parents to help children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. This individual will gain on-the job experience in learning how to run an effective Children’s ministry program.
  • LOCATION: Trinity Evangelical Free Church, Lakeville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/wk, variety of days, some Sundays
  • WAGE: $10-$11/hr
  • CONTACT: Inga Harris 952-469-6252
  • ONLINE: www.trinityefc.net
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Works directly with one cabin of 6-10 campers each week. They set the spiritual climate and direction of the cabin for the week by leading Bible Study, facilitating team-building initiatives and modeling the love of Christ by caring for the needs of their campers. Counseling is the most physically and emotionally demanding position on our summer staff team, but offers some of the more rewarding opportunities. Counselors receive training in first aid, CPR, low ropes facilitation, and evangelism during staff training. Counselors should be at least one year out of high school. (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Adventure Recreation Program

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Staff will work with the Program Director and Executive Director to develop, enhance, and oversee the execution of our summer programs. These individuals should be creative organized dedicated to our team and mission, and comfortable in front of large groups. They are trained to supervise our high ropes challenge courses, manage program equipment, prepare Wide Area Games, and run and maintain our paintball program. Must be at least 16 years old (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Media & Video Tech

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Media & Video Tech works in conjunction with the Executive Director, Executive Assistant, and Program Director to produce high quality videos, photographs, and promotional materials in a timely and professional manner. Individuals must have a good working knowledge of PC/Mac, video, and photo editing software, sound equipment, and presentation software. Must be at least 16 years old. Bringing your own audio/video equipment and software is preferred and requested.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Music & Chapel Coordinator

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Music & Chapel Coordinator is responsible for musical leadership in all areas of programming. This includes audio and video presentations for chapel on programs like PowerPoint, Media Shout, leading our praise and worship team, organizing materials for chapel, assisting the Program and Executive Directors in leading chapel sessions, and the general upkeep of the chapel area.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Nursing Intern

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Nursing Intern assists camp in creating a safe environment, treating minor injuries, overseeing the collection and distribution of medications, keeping accurate treatment logs, and completing orderly incident reports. Individual must be at least 19 years old and have two years nursing education.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Staff Mentors (Husband & Wife)

Posted: 02/06/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Applicants must be married as husband and wife, with no children, with a balanced work/life ethic and can relate to teens and young adults. Applicants must be ministry minded seeking to coach, mentor and disciple summer staff. Applicants must demonstrate ability to lead group bible studies and devotionals. Applicants must be able to program fun activities for community building. Applicants are expected to complete and be certified in CPR/AED and First Aid training provided by certified third party trainer or at Timber Bay Camp.
  • DUTIES:To provide mentoring, discipleship and programming to summer staff to enhance the staff’s overall summer experience. This position can also double as internship. To serve in the following areas: Part of work week will be in a department within their interest and gifting. Rotate working alongside summer staff in their respective departments. Lead Bible studies and devotionals for High School/College age staff. Mentor and disciple summer staff in their own walk with God. Provide some evening program activities for fun and community. Send mission support letters to help fund your summer ministry experience. Take regular time off of a minimum of one day per week. Giving assistance to any other areas as needed.
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: See this description for details.
  • WAGE: $250 per week per person. Private housing and board is also provided
  • CONTACT: Mark Ritchie 218.831.4453
  • ONLINE: go to http://go.timberbay.org/campjobs for application instructions
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Base Camp / Maintenance

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:The main focus of this position will be assisting the director in base camp maintenance including, but not limited to mowing the ball field, maintaining cabins, cutting wood, organizing work groups, raking and much more. You will also be asked to help just about wherever is needed: transporting groups to and from entry points, helping with programming, high ropes and rock climbing, helping guides get ready for trip, etc. There are many other opportunities depending on where you feel comfortable. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Camp maintenance •Helping out where needed, whether it's maintenance, kitchen, guides, programming, etc •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Trail Guide

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 19 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Confident in one’s ability to lead diverse groups of people •Adventurous spirit •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team 
  • DUTIES:•Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Preparation for each trip which entails learning about group needs and goals, creation of a route and schedule, and creation of Bible studies, discussion topics, and other spiritual content. •Navigation of groups through the BWCA on weeklong excursions. •Leading groups on day trips during Adventure Camp. •Facilitation of Bible studies and discussions on trail. •Learning of all processes and procedures dealing with group safety, emergency situations, equipment maintenance, etc. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with base camp maintenance and upkeep while off trail. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.  The Rock Ridge Trail Guide position is a unique experience. It allows individuals to become proficient in primitive wilderness camping and Christian leadership. Guides will facilitate groups of up to eight people through Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness on weeklong voyages or during a week of Adventure Camp based out of camp while groups take a new adventure each day including rock climbing, canoeing, hiking and more. While on trail, Guides will help groups engage in nature, grow in faith, and share with one another. Guides will be relating with and leading a wide range of people including Christians of varying denominations and non-Christians, as well as various age groups, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Each Trail Guide will facilitate three to five trips per season, in addition to a staff-training trip. The trip schedule will most often alternate between one week spent on trail and the next at the base camp. The off trail time is spent preparing for upcoming trips, resting, and participating in the base camp community. While an enthusiasm and interest in outdoor living is essential, it is not necessary to possess wilderness experience prior to working with Rock Ridge. Trail Guides go through an extensive training process to learn all the necessary skills. 
  • Working at Rock Ridge also gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals.

  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Kitchen Supervisor

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Commercial kitchen experience is desired, but not necessary •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:This person’s main responsibility will be in the kitchen with a focus on making meals for in-base groups and staff. Meals can range anywhere from 5 – 75 people. Other responsibilities will be managing staff and volunteers in the kitchen, making and dehydrating food for canoe trips, and managing inventory. You will also have opportunities to help out with programming, worship and being around campers. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Cooking meals for groups of 5 - 75 •Organizing leftovers and meals for staff •Managing the Kitchen •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $150/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. A sincere love for the Lord and a desire to see campers come to know and grow in Him 2. Agreement with the Camp Oak Hills philosophy, policies, and guidelines of conduct . 3. An eagerness to learn, love for campers, and evidence of a consistent walk with God 4. A willingness to forego personal rights for the common good of the camp and campers 5. Flexibility and an ability to work with campers and other staff
  • DUTIES:Positions available: Male Head Cabin Counselor Male & Female Cabin Counselors Jr. Staff Team Leader Lifeguards Camp Store Manager Hand Crafts Director Maintenance Assistant Head Cook Assistant Cook Kitchen Assistant Media Specialist Office Manager Wilderness Trip Leader Apply Online at www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • LOCATION: Bemidji, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday 3pm - Friday 8:30pm
  • WAGE: $950-$1200 for 9 weeks
  • CONTACT: Scott Buchan 218.444.4085
  • ONLINE: www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Relationship with Jesus Desire to work with youth Willing and Servant heart Ready to be challenged
  • DUTIES:We invite YOU to join us this summer as we seek to create opportunities for life change through the love of Jesus Christ. We offer PAID positions: counselor, water front, food service, health care, a/v technician, maintenance, and housekeeper.
  • LOCATION: Madison, WI
  • DAYS/HOURS: All day/All week
  • WAGE: $200/week
  • CONTACT: James Davenport 608-838-3335
  • ONLINE: http://lwbc.com/summerstaff/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Bible Camp Senior Counselor

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. Previous experience leading or supervising children (i.e. babysitting, coaching, mentoring, teaching, etc.) is preferred but not required 2. Active or previous participation in Bible studies or other ministries is preferred but not required 3. Must be able to have authority over a cabin group and lead them in group dynamics 4.Must possess good interpersonal skills 5.Must be able to communicate clearly with Program Directors and fellow staff. 6.Must communicate a basic understanding of Christian teaching and theology 7.Must communicate a basic knowledge of the Bible
  • DUTIES:At Ingham Okoboji Bible Camps, Senior Counselors are responsible for leading a small group of campers through all daily activities of camp life including worship, Bible Studies, evening devotions, games, hikes, dish crew, etc. Senior Counselors are expected to spend time with the kids and families, provide constant supervision to the small group, ensure safety, and create a welcoming community for all. The goal is to create a unified staff team, who are flexible and responsible to adapt to the leading of the Holy Spirit and campers’ needs and who prayerfully support each other and campers. Senior Counselors are privileged to let God work through them to impact the campers so they may “know Jesus Christ and make Christ known to all.”
  • LOCATION: Milford, IA
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday, 11 weeks,
  • WAGE: $195 per week salary (first year)
  • CONTACT: Dan Antoine 712-337-3306
  • ONLINE: www.okoboji.org/about/apply
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Ministry Leader/Hospitality Employee (Paid)

Posted: 12/20/13

  • DUTIES:Live at the base of Half Dome… hike the jagged peaks of the Tetons… splash through the waterfalls of the Blue Ridge… escape from another average summer and discover nature and God in a whole new way! ACMNP Ministry Teams lead interdenominational services of worship each summer in over 25 national park campgrounds and amphitheatres across America - everywhere from Yosemite, Glacier, Yellowstone, and the Grand Canyon to Denali, Alaska and Acadia, Maine. We bring Christian community to people often isolated from immediate contact with local churches, including millions of visitors and employees who come to enjoy God's great natural wonders each summer. Each Ministry Staff Member is employed full time by a private concessionaire in the park and works as a desk clerk, housekeeper, bellhop, store clerk, wait staff, or other job typical of seasonal employment. Room and board is provided with co-workers in park employee housing. Besides leading worship and earning a full time income, you will participate in informal relational and cross-cultural ministry among your co-workers (including many international students), develop your leadership skills, explore issues of faith and the environment, encourage others to explore the many wilderness opportunities at your doorstep, and have endless adventures in your free time!
  • LOCATION: National Parks, USA
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/week
  • WAGE: minimum wage
  • CONTACT: Mindy Spyker 303-220-2808
  • ONLINE: www.acmnp.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Horn Creek Camp/Summer Ministry Team

Posted: 12/18/13

  • QUALIFICATIONS:We desire individuals who want to learn Christian hospitality and live in an intimate Christian community rather than individuals just looking for a job.
  • DUTIES:The Horn Creek summer ministry team program is a 12 week experience for young adults (ages 18 – 24) who desire to be immersed in Christ-centered service, intentional discipleship, and intimate community. Summer ministry team members will be an integral part of our deep ministry environment we seek to create for all our guests that come through Horn Creek, and will also be ministered to by each other and by full time staff who are excited about pouring into the lives of young adults. Our unique setting in the Rocky Mountains provides endless opportunities to be inspired by God's creative beauty and to experience all the outdoors has to offer. Summer positions include: Lead Cook, Assistant Cook, Hospitality, Hospitality/Nursery, Hospitality/Host, Hospitality/Assistant Crew Chief, Recreation, Recreation/Wrangler, Recreation/Hike, Recreation/Life Guard, Maintenance/Grounds.
  • LOCATION: Westcliffe, CO
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40+ hrs/wk
  • WAGE: $550/month
  • CONTACT: Sara West 719-783-2205
  • ONLINE: www.horncreek.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 04/22/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Miracle Bible Camp is seeking guy counselors for ten life-altering weeks. You must be: - A dedicated Christian ready to share your life and faith with others; - An ability (or willingness to learn how) to share your faith; - A servant attitude and love for people (especially kids!); - A fun approach to life; - An ability to get along as part of a team; - At least 18 years of age, and; - Able to clear a background check.
  • DUTIES:Duties include: - Supervising and leading small groups of campers; - Participating in activities with kids; - Counseling and spiritual input with the campers; - Fishing, camping out, hiking, biking, archery, air rifles, games, swimming, etc. You will have as much fun as the kids; - Cleaning of facilities to prep for campers; - Participate in chapels and other ministries, and; - Lifeguard if possible ($25 weekly bonus!).
  • LOCATION: Miracle Bible Camp, Longville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: May 26-Aug 2
  • WAGE: Paid position, bonus for lifeguarding
  • CONTACT: Dan Niebeling 218.929.1060
  • ONLINE: Www.miraclebible.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Phone

 

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fold faq Youth Intern

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Looking for student who sense God's call to ministry that would like some ministry experience in a paid internship in the church. Must have a strong personal walk with God and a love for His Word and a love for the people of his flock, accepting our diversity and cultural distinctive. Must be prepared to live at a high level of personal character and integrity consistent with scripture and ready to serve in a church, building the body and strengthening believers well mixing into the fellowship as a positive example of a Christ follower. Should be an upper classman, highly relational and able to lead and oversee youth.
  • DUTIES:Build and engage students relationally encouraging them in their walk with Christ. Participate and lead some summer ministry events. Overseeing the students who attend. Prepare and provide some teaching for students during the summer months in youth group and other events. For more details contact the church at 740-452-2603 or email us at .
  • LOCATION: Zanesville Ohio
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday - Saturday
  • WAGE: To be discussed
  • CONTACT: Andy Winters 740-452-2603
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Counselor/ Worship Director/ Activity instructor

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1.Have a sincere relationship with Christ and a clear walk with God. 2.Is in agreement with Camp Victory’s philosophy, policies and statement of faith. 3.Is eager to teach youth about Christ’s love and a desire to help youth begin or strengthen a relationship with Jesus Christ. 4.Ability to communicate with children from kindergarten to college 5.Some experience working with youth appreciated 6.Responsible enough to care for a cabin of kids 7.Able to work well with peers
  • DUTIES:Counselor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a cabin setting. 3.Possibly lead or co-lead cabin devotions nightly. 4.Help supervise activities during free zone and c-zone. 5.Teach the plan of salvation to unsaved campers. 6.Challenge Christian camper’s relationship with Jesus. 7.Be open and available to your campers. 8.Work with a co-counselor in the cabin and display competence in working together. Worship Director: 1.Be a witness of Jesus Christ through my words, actions, and attitude. 2.Be an approachable, teachable servant leader. 3.Have creative power points with lyrics, music choices, and sound equipment ready to go before each chapel time. 4.Create closing ceremony PowerPoint and assist PROS in any set-up materials necessary. 5.Encourage the worship team through small devotions before each worship set. 6.Facilitate practices before each chapel. 7.Know safety guidelines and measures to be taken in serious and dangerous circumstances. 8.Create worship sets with a variety of musical selections (age appropriate), not repeating the same song in the same day. 9.Be an outlet and confidant to both staff and campers; building relationships with both. 10.Be responsible and submissive to the overnight program director, program assistants and Camp Victory as a whole. 11. Welcome and host the camp pastor upon their arrival each week. 12. Coordinate and help the camp pastor with tasks as needed. Activity Instructor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a group setting. 3.Be open and available to campers. Seek teachable moments. 4.Teach campers about the activity. 5.Ensure campers and staff always use proper paintball safety techniques. 6.Be open and available to your campers. 7.Work with other staff in the group and display competence in working together. 8.Instruct and ensure safety during all activity times. 9.Work with day and overnight campers and counselors to encourage group cohesiveness and a positive learning environment. 10.Responsible for equipment maintenance and program area.
  • LOCATION: Camp Victory in Zumbro Falls, MN.
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday all Summer
  • WAGE: Depends on position
  • CONTACT: Megan Doten 507-843-2329
  • ONLINE: www.campvictory.com or http://bit.ly/18mvuYo
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
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fold faq YouthWorks PAID Summer Job/Internship Opportunities

Posted: 03/18/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Potential summer staff must be at least one year out of high school to meet our minimum application requirements. Candidates must demonstrate good judgment and problem-solving skills, able to handle responsibility and have leadership experience. Staff are needed who love youth and are passionate about serving. See our website for more detailed information about qualifications.
  • DUTIES:YouthWorks offers several types of summer staff positions/internships. Although each team member shares many of the same job responsibilities, unique areas of leadership define each position. Full-time YouthWorks staff are working year-round to set up the mission sites. All summer staff receive their community information and are trained at the beginning of the summer. For example, YouthWorks does not expect all Work Projects Coordinators to know how to teach home painting prior to being hired. All we ask is that you would be willing to learn. Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable and willing to grow in all areas. SITE DIRECTOR Experience authentic leadership. Mentor and supervise 3-4 Site Coordinators. Assist them with daily service and ministry projects. Manage finances with integrity and maintain the overall spiritual focus of the mission site. Provide leadership for adult leaders and help them process their mission week as they experience it alongside their youth. Develop lifelong friendships with community members and be changed by their love. Site Directors must be of a post-college age, have previous leadership experience and the ability to manage a team. SITE COORDINATORS KIDS CLUB Enable teenagers to experience the joy of loving kids. Facilitate a daily Kids Club and coordinate morning service opportunities. Provide leadership for participants as they create crafts, plan games, practice songs, and make a Bible story come alive. Come to know and love community kids and their families as you work with them for an entire summer. See life change first hand as teenagers have the chance to love children with Jesus’ love. Kids Club Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children. PROGRAM Help youth see the reason behind why they serve as you interact with them on a daily basis. Love and encourage youth in their experience and faith journey. Partner with and provide leadership for daily work projects, Kids Club or ministry sites. Facilitate fun, meaningful and educational evening activities. Plan and coordinate nightly Club, with your team’s support. Prepare and give a Christ-centered talk based on the summer theme with provided outlines. UTILITY Utility Staff begin the summer assigned to a region, not a specific community. Be a jack of all trades. Serve in a variety of areas. Be trained for several positions and offer support to Site Coordinators. Coordinate daily service activities and see students’ lives change as they experience Christ through service. Support teams with spiritual encouragement and a servant attitude. Staff must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing roles and locations. At some point during the summer, Utility Staff may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position. SERVICE Get to know the various needs of an urban area and discover how volunteers can help a local organization make a difference. Network with social service and ministry organizations to coordinate service opportunities for teenagers. See lives change as teenagers are taken out of their comfort zones and come face to face with Jesus in a new way. Staff must be administratively minded, able to problem solve and manage details. Service Coordinators must also maintain and strengthen partnerships within the community. WORK PROJECTS Help youth build relationships with community members through work projects. Learn how to set up projects and partner with local community contacts. Teach participants the basics of painting and watch them be transformed as they serve in new ways. See the lasting effect on both community members whose homes have been improved, as well as the teens and adults who completed the repairs. Work Projects Coordinators must have the ability to clearly teach and prepare participants for projects. OUTRAGEOUS SPORTS CAMP Reach out to 10-14 year olds in the community by leading a daily sports camp program. Serve as head coach while participants plan and facilitate drills and scrimmages in a variety of sports. Explore valuable character traits found in the Bible and empower participants in leading small group discussions. Coordinate morning service opportunities for participants. Outrageous Sports Camp Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children and have knowledge and experience in athletics.
  • LOCATION: Nationwide
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday
  • WAGE: $2,500 Site Staff – $4,250 Site Directors
  • CONTACT: Molly Potter 877-249-9904
  • ONLINE: www.youthworksrecruiting.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Short-Term Team Opportunity to North Africa

Posted: 03/14/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Followers of Jesus who are open to how God might be calling them to serve in one of the most unreached areas of the world.
  • DUTIES:This vision trip will allow participants to experience firsthand Arab culture and the history of this part of the world. They will interact with Kingdom workers and learn what life and ministry is like in that context as well as how God is expanding His Kingdom there. This trip will be pivotal for those who are wondering if God might be calling them to serve in the Muslim world.
  • LOCATION: North Africa
  • DAYS/HOURS: June 7 - June 18
  • WAGE: Applicants must raise support through ITeams
  • CONTACT: John Pavey 7194255888
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Celebration Leader/Music Director for Wilderness Escape

Posted: 03/10/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Some one who loves Jesus Someone who loves kids Someone Who Smiles: To be friendly to all the tribe members (campers) who look forward to see everyday Someone Who Know the Music and Motions (we will give you the Celebration DVD along with the lyrics.) Someone who reinforces the daily theme Someone who has the ability to give the right songs to the right age group Someone who works well with others Someone who has his or her own transportation
  • DUTIES:Give each age group a set of songs they will be able to perform on Thursday in front of their parents/grandparents/friends Able to direct students and to keep them on task as they learn their songs Able to teach hand motions/body movement or other activities that will help the student/camper know their songs better Able to create an atmosphere of love and celebration
  • LOCATION: St. Stephen's Church, Edina Minnesota
  • DAYS/HOURS: Week One: June 9-12 (8:30-12:30) Week Two: June 16-19 (8:30-12:30)
  • WAGE: Up to $800.00 for both weeks
  • CONTACT: Dave Sheldon 952-920-0595

PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

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fold faq Summer Children's Ministries Assistant

Posted: 02/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Requirements: A.Spiritual 1. Must be a growing Christian, deepening his/her personal relationship with Jesus Christ and modeling this to others. (I Tim. 3:1-13) 2. A desire to see children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. 3. Desirable spiritual gifts: administration, teaching, encouragement, helps. 4. Supportive of the church’s doctrinal statement, constitution and philosophy of ministry. B.Personal 1. Teachable, team player with strong oral and written communication skills. 2. Ability to take direction and to work independently. 3. Personable, creative and a self-starter. 4. Ability to lead and work with teens. C.Professional 1. Pursuing a B. A./B. S. degree in Christian Education, Children’s or Youth Ministry, or related field, or pursuing a career position in Children’s Ministry. 2. Experience in ministry with children and/or youth. 3. Familiarity with Windows applications, especially Publisher and/or Microsoft Word. 4. Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
  • DUTIES:General Overview: To assist the Director and Assistant of Children’s Ministries in providing and directing children’s programming (newborn through grade 6) during the summer months, with the ultimate goal of partnering with parents to help children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. This individual will gain on-the job experience in learning how to run an effective Children’s ministry program.
  • LOCATION: Trinity Evangelical Free Church, Lakeville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/wk, variety of days, some Sundays
  • WAGE: $10-$11/hr
  • CONTACT: Inga Harris 952-469-6252
  • ONLINE: www.trinityefc.net
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

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fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Works directly with one cabin of 6-10 campers each week. They set the spiritual climate and direction of the cabin for the week by leading Bible Study, facilitating team-building initiatives and modeling the love of Christ by caring for the needs of their campers. Counseling is the most physically and emotionally demanding position on our summer staff team, but offers some of the more rewarding opportunities. Counselors receive training in first aid, CPR, low ropes facilitation, and evangelism during staff training. Counselors should be at least one year out of high school. (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Adventure Recreation Program

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Staff will work with the Program Director and Executive Director to develop, enhance, and oversee the execution of our summer programs. These individuals should be creative organized dedicated to our team and mission, and comfortable in front of large groups. They are trained to supervise our high ropes challenge courses, manage program equipment, prepare Wide Area Games, and run and maintain our paintball program. Must be at least 16 years old (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Media & Video Tech

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Media & Video Tech works in conjunction with the Executive Director, Executive Assistant, and Program Director to produce high quality videos, photographs, and promotional materials in a timely and professional manner. Individuals must have a good working knowledge of PC/Mac, video, and photo editing software, sound equipment, and presentation software. Must be at least 16 years old. Bringing your own audio/video equipment and software is preferred and requested.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Music & Chapel Coordinator

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Music & Chapel Coordinator is responsible for musical leadership in all areas of programming. This includes audio and video presentations for chapel on programs like PowerPoint, Media Shout, leading our praise and worship team, organizing materials for chapel, assisting the Program and Executive Directors in leading chapel sessions, and the general upkeep of the chapel area.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Nursing Intern

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Nursing Intern assists camp in creating a safe environment, treating minor injuries, overseeing the collection and distribution of medications, keeping accurate treatment logs, and completing orderly incident reports. Individual must be at least 19 years old and have two years nursing education.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Summer Staff Mentors (Husband & Wife)

Posted: 02/06/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Applicants must be married as husband and wife, with no children, with a balanced work/life ethic and can relate to teens and young adults. Applicants must be ministry minded seeking to coach, mentor and disciple summer staff. Applicants must demonstrate ability to lead group bible studies and devotionals. Applicants must be able to program fun activities for community building. Applicants are expected to complete and be certified in CPR/AED and First Aid training provided by certified third party trainer or at Timber Bay Camp.
  • DUTIES:To provide mentoring, discipleship and programming to summer staff to enhance the staff’s overall summer experience. This position can also double as internship. To serve in the following areas: Part of work week will be in a department within their interest and gifting. Rotate working alongside summer staff in their respective departments. Lead Bible studies and devotionals for High School/College age staff. Mentor and disciple summer staff in their own walk with God. Provide some evening program activities for fun and community. Send mission support letters to help fund your summer ministry experience. Take regular time off of a minimum of one day per week. Giving assistance to any other areas as needed.
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: See this description for details.
  • WAGE: $250 per week per person. Private housing and board is also provided
  • CONTACT: Mark Ritchie 218.831.4453
  • ONLINE: go to http://go.timberbay.org/campjobs for application instructions
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Base Camp / Maintenance

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:The main focus of this position will be assisting the director in base camp maintenance including, but not limited to mowing the ball field, maintaining cabins, cutting wood, organizing work groups, raking and much more. You will also be asked to help just about wherever is needed: transporting groups to and from entry points, helping with programming, high ropes and rock climbing, helping guides get ready for trip, etc. There are many other opportunities depending on where you feel comfortable. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Camp maintenance •Helping out where needed, whether it's maintenance, kitchen, guides, programming, etc •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Trail Guide

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 19 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Confident in one’s ability to lead diverse groups of people •Adventurous spirit •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team 
  • DUTIES:•Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Preparation for each trip which entails learning about group needs and goals, creation of a route and schedule, and creation of Bible studies, discussion topics, and other spiritual content. •Navigation of groups through the BWCA on weeklong excursions. •Leading groups on day trips during Adventure Camp. •Facilitation of Bible studies and discussions on trail. •Learning of all processes and procedures dealing with group safety, emergency situations, equipment maintenance, etc. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with base camp maintenance and upkeep while off trail. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.  The Rock Ridge Trail Guide position is a unique experience. It allows individuals to become proficient in primitive wilderness camping and Christian leadership. Guides will facilitate groups of up to eight people through Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness on weeklong voyages or during a week of Adventure Camp based out of camp while groups take a new adventure each day including rock climbing, canoeing, hiking and more. While on trail, Guides will help groups engage in nature, grow in faith, and share with one another. Guides will be relating with and leading a wide range of people including Christians of varying denominations and non-Christians, as well as various age groups, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Each Trail Guide will facilitate three to five trips per season, in addition to a staff-training trip. The trip schedule will most often alternate between one week spent on trail and the next at the base camp. The off trail time is spent preparing for upcoming trips, resting, and participating in the base camp community. While an enthusiasm and interest in outdoor living is essential, it is not necessary to possess wilderness experience prior to working with Rock Ridge. Trail Guides go through an extensive training process to learn all the necessary skills. 
  • Working at Rock Ridge also gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals.

  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Kitchen Supervisor

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Commercial kitchen experience is desired, but not necessary •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:This person’s main responsibility will be in the kitchen with a focus on making meals for in-base groups and staff. Meals can range anywhere from 5 – 75 people. Other responsibilities will be managing staff and volunteers in the kitchen, making and dehydrating food for canoe trips, and managing inventory. You will also have opportunities to help out with programming, worship and being around campers. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Cooking meals for groups of 5 - 75 •Organizing leftovers and meals for staff •Managing the Kitchen •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $150/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. A sincere love for the Lord and a desire to see campers come to know and grow in Him 2. Agreement with the Camp Oak Hills philosophy, policies, and guidelines of conduct . 3. An eagerness to learn, love for campers, and evidence of a consistent walk with God 4. A willingness to forego personal rights for the common good of the camp and campers 5. Flexibility and an ability to work with campers and other staff
  • DUTIES:Positions available: Male Head Cabin Counselor Male & Female Cabin Counselors Jr. Staff Team Leader Lifeguards Camp Store Manager Hand Crafts Director Maintenance Assistant Head Cook Assistant Cook Kitchen Assistant Media Specialist Office Manager Wilderness Trip Leader Apply Online at www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • LOCATION: Bemidji, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday 3pm - Friday 8:30pm
  • WAGE: $950-$1200 for 9 weeks
  • CONTACT: Scott Buchan 218.444.4085
  • ONLINE: www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Relationship with Jesus Desire to work with youth Willing and Servant heart Ready to be challenged
  • DUTIES:We invite YOU to join us this summer as we seek to create opportunities for life change through the love of Jesus Christ. We offer PAID positions: counselor, water front, food service, health care, a/v technician, maintenance, and housekeeper.
  • LOCATION: Madison, WI
  • DAYS/HOURS: All day/All week
  • WAGE: $200/week
  • CONTACT: James Davenport 608-838-3335
  • ONLINE: http://lwbc.com/summerstaff/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Bible Camp Senior Counselor

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. Previous experience leading or supervising children (i.e. babysitting, coaching, mentoring, teaching, etc.) is preferred but not required 2. Active or previous participation in Bible studies or other ministries is preferred but not required 3. Must be able to have authority over a cabin group and lead them in group dynamics 4.Must possess good interpersonal skills 5.Must be able to communicate clearly with Program Directors and fellow staff. 6.Must communicate a basic understanding of Christian teaching and theology 7.Must communicate a basic knowledge of the Bible
  • DUTIES:At Ingham Okoboji Bible Camps, Senior Counselors are responsible for leading a small group of campers through all daily activities of camp life including worship, Bible Studies, evening devotions, games, hikes, dish crew, etc. Senior Counselors are expected to spend time with the kids and families, provide constant supervision to the small group, ensure safety, and create a welcoming community for all. The goal is to create a unified staff team, who are flexible and responsible to adapt to the leading of the Holy Spirit and campers’ needs and who prayerfully support each other and campers. Senior Counselors are privileged to let God work through them to impact the campers so they may “know Jesus Christ and make Christ known to all.”
  • LOCATION: Milford, IA
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday, 11 weeks,
  • WAGE: $195 per week salary (first year)
  • CONTACT: Dan Antoine 712-337-3306
  • ONLINE: www.okoboji.org/about/apply
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Ministry Leader/Hospitality Employee (Paid)

Posted: 12/20/13

  • DUTIES:Live at the base of Half Dome… hike the jagged peaks of the Tetons… splash through the waterfalls of the Blue Ridge… escape from another average summer and discover nature and God in a whole new way! ACMNP Ministry Teams lead interdenominational services of worship each summer in over 25 national park campgrounds and amphitheatres across America - everywhere from Yosemite, Glacier, Yellowstone, and the Grand Canyon to Denali, Alaska and Acadia, Maine. We bring Christian community to people often isolated from immediate contact with local churches, including millions of visitors and employees who come to enjoy God's great natural wonders each summer. Each Ministry Staff Member is employed full time by a private concessionaire in the park and works as a desk clerk, housekeeper, bellhop, store clerk, wait staff, or other job typical of seasonal employment. Room and board is provided with co-workers in park employee housing. Besides leading worship and earning a full time income, you will participate in informal relational and cross-cultural ministry among your co-workers (including many international students), develop your leadership skills, explore issues of faith and the environment, encourage others to explore the many wilderness opportunities at your doorstep, and have endless adventures in your free time!
  • LOCATION: National Parks, USA
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/week
  • WAGE: minimum wage
  • CONTACT: Mindy Spyker 303-220-2808
  • ONLINE: www.acmnp.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Horn Creek Camp/Summer Ministry Team

Posted: 12/18/13

  • QUALIFICATIONS:We desire individuals who want to learn Christian hospitality and live in an intimate Christian community rather than individuals just looking for a job.
  • DUTIES:The Horn Creek summer ministry team program is a 12 week experience for young adults (ages 18 – 24) who desire to be immersed in Christ-centered service, intentional discipleship, and intimate community. Summer ministry team members will be an integral part of our deep ministry environment we seek to create for all our guests that come through Horn Creek, and will also be ministered to by each other and by full time staff who are excited about pouring into the lives of young adults. Our unique setting in the Rocky Mountains provides endless opportunities to be inspired by God's creative beauty and to experience all the outdoors has to offer. Summer positions include: Lead Cook, Assistant Cook, Hospitality, Hospitality/Nursery, Hospitality/Host, Hospitality/Assistant Crew Chief, Recreation, Recreation/Wrangler, Recreation/Hike, Recreation/Life Guard, Maintenance/Grounds.
  • LOCATION: Westcliffe, CO
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40+ hrs/wk
  • WAGE: $550/month
  • CONTACT: Sara West 719-783-2205
  • ONLINE: www.horncreek.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 04/22/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Miracle Bible Camp is seeking guy counselors for ten life-altering weeks. You must be: - A dedicated Christian ready to share your life and faith with others; - An ability (or willingness to learn how) to share your faith; - A servant attitude and love for people (especially kids!); - A fun approach to life; - An ability to get along as part of a team; - At least 18 years of age, and; - Able to clear a background check.
  • DUTIES:Duties include: - Supervising and leading small groups of campers; - Participating in activities with kids; - Counseling and spiritual input with the campers; - Fishing, camping out, hiking, biking, archery, air rifles, games, swimming, etc. You will have as much fun as the kids; - Cleaning of facilities to prep for campers; - Participate in chapels and other ministries, and; - Lifeguard if possible ($25 weekly bonus!).
  • LOCATION: Miracle Bible Camp, Longville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: May 26-Aug 2
  • WAGE: Paid position, bonus for lifeguarding
  • CONTACT: Dan Niebeling 218.929.1060
  • ONLINE: Www.miraclebible.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Phone

 

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fold faq Youth Intern

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Looking for student who sense God's call to ministry that would like some ministry experience in a paid internship in the church. Must have a strong personal walk with God and a love for His Word and a love for the people of his flock, accepting our diversity and cultural distinctive. Must be prepared to live at a high level of personal character and integrity consistent with scripture and ready to serve in a church, building the body and strengthening believers well mixing into the fellowship as a positive example of a Christ follower. Should be an upper classman, highly relational and able to lead and oversee youth.
  • DUTIES:Build and engage students relationally encouraging them in their walk with Christ. Participate and lead some summer ministry events. Overseeing the students who attend. Prepare and provide some teaching for students during the summer months in youth group and other events. For more details contact the church at 740-452-2603 or email us at .
  • LOCATION: Zanesville Ohio
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday - Saturday
  • WAGE: To be discussed
  • CONTACT: Andy Winters 740-452-2603
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
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fold faq Summer Camp Counselor/ Worship Director/ Activity instructor

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1.Have a sincere relationship with Christ and a clear walk with God. 2.Is in agreement with Camp Victory’s philosophy, policies and statement of faith. 3.Is eager to teach youth about Christ’s love and a desire to help youth begin or strengthen a relationship with Jesus Christ. 4.Ability to communicate with children from kindergarten to college 5.Some experience working with youth appreciated 6.Responsible enough to care for a cabin of kids 7.Able to work well with peers
  • DUTIES:Counselor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a cabin setting. 3.Possibly lead or co-lead cabin devotions nightly. 4.Help supervise activities during free zone and c-zone. 5.Teach the plan of salvation to unsaved campers. 6.Challenge Christian camper’s relationship with Jesus. 7.Be open and available to your campers. 8.Work with a co-counselor in the cabin and display competence in working together. Worship Director: 1.Be a witness of Jesus Christ through my words, actions, and attitude. 2.Be an approachable, teachable servant leader. 3.Have creative power points with lyrics, music choices, and sound equipment ready to go before each chapel time. 4.Create closing ceremony PowerPoint and assist PROS in any set-up materials necessary. 5.Encourage the worship team through small devotions before each worship set. 6.Facilitate practices before each chapel. 7.Know safety guidelines and measures to be taken in serious and dangerous circumstances. 8.Create worship sets with a variety of musical selections (age appropriate), not repeating the same song in the same day. 9.Be an outlet and confidant to both staff and campers; building relationships with both. 10.Be responsible and submissive to the overnight program director, program assistants and Camp Victory as a whole. 11. Welcome and host the camp pastor upon their arrival each week. 12. Coordinate and help the camp pastor with tasks as needed. Activity Instructor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a group setting. 3.Be open and available to campers. Seek teachable moments. 4.Teach campers about the activity. 5.Ensure campers and staff always use proper paintball safety techniques. 6.Be open and available to your campers. 7.Work with other staff in the group and display competence in working together. 8.Instruct and ensure safety during all activity times. 9.Work with day and overnight campers and counselors to encourage group cohesiveness and a positive learning environment. 10.Responsible for equipment maintenance and program area.
  • LOCATION: Camp Victory in Zumbro Falls, MN.
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday all Summer
  • WAGE: Depends on position
  • CONTACT: Megan Doten 507-843-2329
  • ONLINE: www.campvictory.com or http://bit.ly/18mvuYo
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
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fold faq YouthWorks PAID Summer Job/Internship Opportunities

Posted: 03/18/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Potential summer staff must be at least one year out of high school to meet our minimum application requirements. Candidates must demonstrate good judgment and problem-solving skills, able to handle responsibility and have leadership experience. Staff are needed who love youth and are passionate about serving. See our website for more detailed information about qualifications.
  • DUTIES:YouthWorks offers several types of summer staff positions/internships. Although each team member shares many of the same job responsibilities, unique areas of leadership define each position. Full-time YouthWorks staff are working year-round to set up the mission sites. All summer staff receive their community information and are trained at the beginning of the summer. For example, YouthWorks does not expect all Work Projects Coordinators to know how to teach home painting prior to being hired. All we ask is that you would be willing to learn. Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable and willing to grow in all areas. SITE DIRECTOR Experience authentic leadership. Mentor and supervise 3-4 Site Coordinators. Assist them with daily service and ministry projects. Manage finances with integrity and maintain the overall spiritual focus of the mission site. Provide leadership for adult leaders and help them process their mission week as they experience it alongside their youth. Develop lifelong friendships with community members and be changed by their love. Site Directors must be of a post-college age, have previous leadership experience and the ability to manage a team. SITE COORDINATORS KIDS CLUB Enable teenagers to experience the joy of loving kids. Facilitate a daily Kids Club and coordinate morning service opportunities. Provide leadership for participants as they create crafts, plan games, practice songs, and make a Bible story come alive. Come to know and love community kids and their families as you work with them for an entire summer. See life change first hand as teenagers have the chance to love children with Jesus’ love. Kids Club Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children. PROGRAM Help youth see the reason behind why they serve as you interact with them on a daily basis. Love and encourage youth in their experience and faith journey. Partner with and provide leadership for daily work projects, Kids Club or ministry sites. Facilitate fun, meaningful and educational evening activities. Plan and coordinate nightly Club, with your team’s support. Prepare and give a Christ-centered talk based on the summer theme with provided outlines. UTILITY Utility Staff begin the summer assigned to a region, not a specific community. Be a jack of all trades. Serve in a variety of areas. Be trained for several positions and offer support to Site Coordinators. Coordinate daily service activities and see students’ lives change as they experience Christ through service. Support teams with spiritual encouragement and a servant attitude. Staff must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing roles and locations. At some point during the summer, Utility Staff may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position. SERVICE Get to know the various needs of an urban area and discover how volunteers can help a local organization make a difference. Network with social service and ministry organizations to coordinate service opportunities for teenagers. See lives change as teenagers are taken out of their comfort zones and come face to face with Jesus in a new way. Staff must be administratively minded, able to problem solve and manage details. Service Coordinators must also maintain and strengthen partnerships within the community. WORK PROJECTS Help youth build relationships with community members through work projects. Learn how to set up projects and partner with local community contacts. Teach participants the basics of painting and watch them be transformed as they serve in new ways. See the lasting effect on both community members whose homes have been improved, as well as the teens and adults who completed the repairs. Work Projects Coordinators must have the ability to clearly teach and prepare participants for projects. OUTRAGEOUS SPORTS CAMP Reach out to 10-14 year olds in the community by leading a daily sports camp program. Serve as head coach while participants plan and facilitate drills and scrimmages in a variety of sports. Explore valuable character traits found in the Bible and empower participants in leading small group discussions. Coordinate morning service opportunities for participants. Outrageous Sports Camp Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children and have knowledge and experience in athletics.
  • LOCATION: Nationwide
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday
  • WAGE: $2,500 Site Staff – $4,250 Site Directors
  • CONTACT: Molly Potter 877-249-9904
  • ONLINE: www.youthworksrecruiting.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Short-Term Team Opportunity to North Africa

Posted: 03/14/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Followers of Jesus who are open to how God might be calling them to serve in one of the most unreached areas of the world.
  • DUTIES:This vision trip will allow participants to experience firsthand Arab culture and the history of this part of the world. They will interact with Kingdom workers and learn what life and ministry is like in that context as well as how God is expanding His Kingdom there. This trip will be pivotal for those who are wondering if God might be calling them to serve in the Muslim world.
  • LOCATION: North Africa
  • DAYS/HOURS: June 7 - June 18
  • WAGE: Applicants must raise support through ITeams
  • CONTACT: John Pavey 7194255888
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

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fold faq Celebration Leader/Music Director for Wilderness Escape

Posted: 03/10/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Some one who loves Jesus Someone who loves kids Someone Who Smiles: To be friendly to all the tribe members (campers) who look forward to see everyday Someone Who Know the Music and Motions (we will give you the Celebration DVD along with the lyrics.) Someone who reinforces the daily theme Someone who has the ability to give the right songs to the right age group Someone who works well with others Someone who has his or her own transportation
  • DUTIES:Give each age group a set of songs they will be able to perform on Thursday in front of their parents/grandparents/friends Able to direct students and to keep them on task as they learn their songs Able to teach hand motions/body movement or other activities that will help the student/camper know their songs better Able to create an atmosphere of love and celebration
  • LOCATION: St. Stephen's Church, Edina Minnesota
  • DAYS/HOURS: Week One: June 9-12 (8:30-12:30) Week Two: June 16-19 (8:30-12:30)
  • WAGE: Up to $800.00 for both weeks
  • CONTACT: Dave Sheldon 952-920-0595

PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

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fold faq Summer Children's Ministries Assistant

Posted: 02/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Requirements: A.Spiritual 1. Must be a growing Christian, deepening his/her personal relationship with Jesus Christ and modeling this to others. (I Tim. 3:1-13) 2. A desire to see children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. 3. Desirable spiritual gifts: administration, teaching, encouragement, helps. 4. Supportive of the church’s doctrinal statement, constitution and philosophy of ministry. B.Personal 1. Teachable, team player with strong oral and written communication skills. 2. Ability to take direction and to work independently. 3. Personable, creative and a self-starter. 4. Ability to lead and work with teens. C.Professional 1. Pursuing a B. A./B. S. degree in Christian Education, Children’s or Youth Ministry, or related field, or pursuing a career position in Children’s Ministry. 2. Experience in ministry with children and/or youth. 3. Familiarity with Windows applications, especially Publisher and/or Microsoft Word. 4. Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
  • DUTIES:General Overview: To assist the Director and Assistant of Children’s Ministries in providing and directing children’s programming (newborn through grade 6) during the summer months, with the ultimate goal of partnering with parents to help children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. This individual will gain on-the job experience in learning how to run an effective Children’s ministry program.
  • LOCATION: Trinity Evangelical Free Church, Lakeville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/wk, variety of days, some Sundays
  • WAGE: $10-$11/hr
  • CONTACT: Inga Harris 952-469-6252
  • ONLINE: www.trinityefc.net
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

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fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Works directly with one cabin of 6-10 campers each week. They set the spiritual climate and direction of the cabin for the week by leading Bible Study, facilitating team-building initiatives and modeling the love of Christ by caring for the needs of their campers. Counseling is the most physically and emotionally demanding position on our summer staff team, but offers some of the more rewarding opportunities. Counselors receive training in first aid, CPR, low ropes facilitation, and evangelism during staff training. Counselors should be at least one year out of high school. (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Adventure Recreation Program

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Staff will work with the Program Director and Executive Director to develop, enhance, and oversee the execution of our summer programs. These individuals should be creative organized dedicated to our team and mission, and comfortable in front of large groups. They are trained to supervise our high ropes challenge courses, manage program equipment, prepare Wide Area Games, and run and maintain our paintball program. Must be at least 16 years old (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Media & Video Tech

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Media & Video Tech works in conjunction with the Executive Director, Executive Assistant, and Program Director to produce high quality videos, photographs, and promotional materials in a timely and professional manner. Individuals must have a good working knowledge of PC/Mac, video, and photo editing software, sound equipment, and presentation software. Must be at least 16 years old. Bringing your own audio/video equipment and software is preferred and requested.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Music & Chapel Coordinator

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Music & Chapel Coordinator is responsible for musical leadership in all areas of programming. This includes audio and video presentations for chapel on programs like PowerPoint, Media Shout, leading our praise and worship team, organizing materials for chapel, assisting the Program and Executive Directors in leading chapel sessions, and the general upkeep of the chapel area.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Nursing Intern

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Nursing Intern assists camp in creating a safe environment, treating minor injuries, overseeing the collection and distribution of medications, keeping accurate treatment logs, and completing orderly incident reports. Individual must be at least 19 years old and have two years nursing education.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Summer Staff Mentors (Husband & Wife)

Posted: 02/06/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Applicants must be married as husband and wife, with no children, with a balanced work/life ethic and can relate to teens and young adults. Applicants must be ministry minded seeking to coach, mentor and disciple summer staff. Applicants must demonstrate ability to lead group bible studies and devotionals. Applicants must be able to program fun activities for community building. Applicants are expected to complete and be certified in CPR/AED and First Aid training provided by certified third party trainer or at Timber Bay Camp.
  • DUTIES:To provide mentoring, discipleship and programming to summer staff to enhance the staff’s overall summer experience. This position can also double as internship. To serve in the following areas: Part of work week will be in a department within their interest and gifting. Rotate working alongside summer staff in their respective departments. Lead Bible studies and devotionals for High School/College age staff. Mentor and disciple summer staff in their own walk with God. Provide some evening program activities for fun and community. Send mission support letters to help fund your summer ministry experience. Take regular time off of a minimum of one day per week. Giving assistance to any other areas as needed.
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: See this description for details.
  • WAGE: $250 per week per person. Private housing and board is also provided
  • CONTACT: Mark Ritchie 218.831.4453
  • ONLINE: go to http://go.timberbay.org/campjobs for application instructions
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Base Camp / Maintenance

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:The main focus of this position will be assisting the director in base camp maintenance including, but not limited to mowing the ball field, maintaining cabins, cutting wood, organizing work groups, raking and much more. You will also be asked to help just about wherever is needed: transporting groups to and from entry points, helping with programming, high ropes and rock climbing, helping guides get ready for trip, etc. There are many other opportunities depending on where you feel comfortable. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Camp maintenance •Helping out where needed, whether it's maintenance, kitchen, guides, programming, etc •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Trail Guide

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 19 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Confident in one’s ability to lead diverse groups of people •Adventurous spirit •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team 
  • DUTIES:•Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Preparation for each trip which entails learning about group needs and goals, creation of a route and schedule, and creation of Bible studies, discussion topics, and other spiritual content. •Navigation of groups through the BWCA on weeklong excursions. •Leading groups on day trips during Adventure Camp. •Facilitation of Bible studies and discussions on trail. •Learning of all processes and procedures dealing with group safety, emergency situations, equipment maintenance, etc. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with base camp maintenance and upkeep while off trail. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.  The Rock Ridge Trail Guide position is a unique experience. It allows individuals to become proficient in primitive wilderness camping and Christian leadership. Guides will facilitate groups of up to eight people through Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness on weeklong voyages or during a week of Adventure Camp based out of camp while groups take a new adventure each day including rock climbing, canoeing, hiking and more. While on trail, Guides will help groups engage in nature, grow in faith, and share with one another. Guides will be relating with and leading a wide range of people including Christians of varying denominations and non-Christians, as well as various age groups, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Each Trail Guide will facilitate three to five trips per season, in addition to a staff-training trip. The trip schedule will most often alternate between one week spent on trail and the next at the base camp. The off trail time is spent preparing for upcoming trips, resting, and participating in the base camp community. While an enthusiasm and interest in outdoor living is essential, it is not necessary to possess wilderness experience prior to working with Rock Ridge. Trail Guides go through an extensive training process to learn all the necessary skills. 
  • Working at Rock Ridge also gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals.

  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Kitchen Supervisor

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Commercial kitchen experience is desired, but not necessary •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:This person’s main responsibility will be in the kitchen with a focus on making meals for in-base groups and staff. Meals can range anywhere from 5 – 75 people. Other responsibilities will be managing staff and volunteers in the kitchen, making and dehydrating food for canoe trips, and managing inventory. You will also have opportunities to help out with programming, worship and being around campers. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Cooking meals for groups of 5 - 75 •Organizing leftovers and meals for staff •Managing the Kitchen •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $150/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. A sincere love for the Lord and a desire to see campers come to know and grow in Him 2. Agreement with the Camp Oak Hills philosophy, policies, and guidelines of conduct . 3. An eagerness to learn, love for campers, and evidence of a consistent walk with God 4. A willingness to forego personal rights for the common good of the camp and campers 5. Flexibility and an ability to work with campers and other staff
  • DUTIES:Positions available: Male Head Cabin Counselor Male & Female Cabin Counselors Jr. Staff Team Leader Lifeguards Camp Store Manager Hand Crafts Director Maintenance Assistant Head Cook Assistant Cook Kitchen Assistant Media Specialist Office Manager Wilderness Trip Leader Apply Online at www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • LOCATION: Bemidji, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday 3pm - Friday 8:30pm
  • WAGE: $950-$1200 for 9 weeks
  • CONTACT: Scott Buchan 218.444.4085
  • ONLINE: www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Relationship with Jesus Desire to work with youth Willing and Servant heart Ready to be challenged
  • DUTIES:We invite YOU to join us this summer as we seek to create opportunities for life change through the love of Jesus Christ. We offer PAID positions: counselor, water front, food service, health care, a/v technician, maintenance, and housekeeper.
  • LOCATION: Madison, WI
  • DAYS/HOURS: All day/All week
  • WAGE: $200/week
  • CONTACT: James Davenport 608-838-3335
  • ONLINE: http://lwbc.com/summerstaff/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Bible Camp Senior Counselor

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. Previous experience leading or supervising children (i.e. babysitting, coaching, mentoring, teaching, etc.) is preferred but not required 2. Active or previous participation in Bible studies or other ministries is preferred but not required 3. Must be able to have authority over a cabin group and lead them in group dynamics 4.Must possess good interpersonal skills 5.Must be able to communicate clearly with Program Directors and fellow staff. 6.Must communicate a basic understanding of Christian teaching and theology 7.Must communicate a basic knowledge of the Bible
  • DUTIES:At Ingham Okoboji Bible Camps, Senior Counselors are responsible for leading a small group of campers through all daily activities of camp life including worship, Bible Studies, evening devotions, games, hikes, dish crew, etc. Senior Counselors are expected to spend time with the kids and families, provide constant supervision to the small group, ensure safety, and create a welcoming community for all. The goal is to create a unified staff team, who are flexible and responsible to adapt to the leading of the Holy Spirit and campers’ needs and who prayerfully support each other and campers. Senior Counselors are privileged to let God work through them to impact the campers so they may “know Jesus Christ and make Christ known to all.”
  • LOCATION: Milford, IA
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday, 11 weeks,
  • WAGE: $195 per week salary (first year)
  • CONTACT: Dan Antoine 712-337-3306
  • ONLINE: www.okoboji.org/about/apply
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Ministry Leader/Hospitality Employee (Paid)

Posted: 12/20/13

  • DUTIES:Live at the base of Half Dome… hike the jagged peaks of the Tetons… splash through the waterfalls of the Blue Ridge… escape from another average summer and discover nature and God in a whole new way! ACMNP Ministry Teams lead interdenominational services of worship each summer in over 25 national park campgrounds and amphitheatres across America - everywhere from Yosemite, Glacier, Yellowstone, and the Grand Canyon to Denali, Alaska and Acadia, Maine. We bring Christian community to people often isolated from immediate contact with local churches, including millions of visitors and employees who come to enjoy God's great natural wonders each summer. Each Ministry Staff Member is employed full time by a private concessionaire in the park and works as a desk clerk, housekeeper, bellhop, store clerk, wait staff, or other job typical of seasonal employment. Room and board is provided with co-workers in park employee housing. Besides leading worship and earning a full time income, you will participate in informal relational and cross-cultural ministry among your co-workers (including many international students), develop your leadership skills, explore issues of faith and the environment, encourage others to explore the many wilderness opportunities at your doorstep, and have endless adventures in your free time!
  • LOCATION: National Parks, USA
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/week
  • WAGE: minimum wage
  • CONTACT: Mindy Spyker 303-220-2808
  • ONLINE: www.acmnp.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Horn Creek Camp/Summer Ministry Team

Posted: 12/18/13

  • QUALIFICATIONS:We desire individuals who want to learn Christian hospitality and live in an intimate Christian community rather than individuals just looking for a job.
  • DUTIES:The Horn Creek summer ministry team program is a 12 week experience for young adults (ages 18 – 24) who desire to be immersed in Christ-centered service, intentional discipleship, and intimate community. Summer ministry team members will be an integral part of our deep ministry environment we seek to create for all our guests that come through Horn Creek, and will also be ministered to by each other and by full time staff who are excited about pouring into the lives of young adults. Our unique setting in the Rocky Mountains provides endless opportunities to be inspired by God's creative beauty and to experience all the outdoors has to offer. Summer positions include: Lead Cook, Assistant Cook, Hospitality, Hospitality/Nursery, Hospitality/Host, Hospitality/Assistant Crew Chief, Recreation, Recreation/Wrangler, Recreation/Hike, Recreation/Life Guard, Maintenance/Grounds.
  • LOCATION: Westcliffe, CO
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40+ hrs/wk
  • WAGE: $550/month
  • CONTACT: Sara West 719-783-2205
  • ONLINE: www.horncreek.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 04/22/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Miracle Bible Camp is seeking guy counselors for ten life-altering weeks. You must be: - A dedicated Christian ready to share your life and faith with others; - An ability (or willingness to learn how) to share your faith; - A servant attitude and love for people (especially kids!); - A fun approach to life; - An ability to get along as part of a team; - At least 18 years of age, and; - Able to clear a background check.
  • DUTIES:Duties include: - Supervising and leading small groups of campers; - Participating in activities with kids; - Counseling and spiritual input with the campers; - Fishing, camping out, hiking, biking, archery, air rifles, games, swimming, etc. You will have as much fun as the kids; - Cleaning of facilities to prep for campers; - Participate in chapels and other ministries, and; - Lifeguard if possible ($25 weekly bonus!).
  • LOCATION: Miracle Bible Camp, Longville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: May 26-Aug 2
  • WAGE: Paid position, bonus for lifeguarding
  • CONTACT: Dan Niebeling 218.929.1060
  • ONLINE: Www.miraclebible.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Phone

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Youth Intern

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Looking for student who sense God's call to ministry that would like some ministry experience in a paid internship in the church. Must have a strong personal walk with God and a love for His Word and a love for the people of his flock, accepting our diversity and cultural distinctive. Must be prepared to live at a high level of personal character and integrity consistent with scripture and ready to serve in a church, building the body and strengthening believers well mixing into the fellowship as a positive example of a Christ follower. Should be an upper classman, highly relational and able to lead and oversee youth.
  • DUTIES:Build and engage students relationally encouraging them in their walk with Christ. Participate and lead some summer ministry events. Overseeing the students who attend. Prepare and provide some teaching for students during the summer months in youth group and other events. For more details contact the church at 740-452-2603 or email us at .
  • LOCATION: Zanesville Ohio
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday - Saturday
  • WAGE: To be discussed
  • CONTACT: Andy Winters 740-452-2603
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Counselor/ Worship Director/ Activity instructor

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1.Have a sincere relationship with Christ and a clear walk with God. 2.Is in agreement with Camp Victory’s philosophy, policies and statement of faith. 3.Is eager to teach youth about Christ’s love and a desire to help youth begin or strengthen a relationship with Jesus Christ. 4.Ability to communicate with children from kindergarten to college 5.Some experience working with youth appreciated 6.Responsible enough to care for a cabin of kids 7.Able to work well with peers
  • DUTIES:Counselor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a cabin setting. 3.Possibly lead or co-lead cabin devotions nightly. 4.Help supervise activities during free zone and c-zone. 5.Teach the plan of salvation to unsaved campers. 6.Challenge Christian camper’s relationship with Jesus. 7.Be open and available to your campers. 8.Work with a co-counselor in the cabin and display competence in working together. Worship Director: 1.Be a witness of Jesus Christ through my words, actions, and attitude. 2.Be an approachable, teachable servant leader. 3.Have creative power points with lyrics, music choices, and sound equipment ready to go before each chapel time. 4.Create closing ceremony PowerPoint and assist PROS in any set-up materials necessary. 5.Encourage the worship team through small devotions before each worship set. 6.Facilitate practices before each chapel. 7.Know safety guidelines and measures to be taken in serious and dangerous circumstances. 8.Create worship sets with a variety of musical selections (age appropriate), not repeating the same song in the same day. 9.Be an outlet and confidant to both staff and campers; building relationships with both. 10.Be responsible and submissive to the overnight program director, program assistants and Camp Victory as a whole. 11. Welcome and host the camp pastor upon their arrival each week. 12. Coordinate and help the camp pastor with tasks as needed. Activity Instructor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a group setting. 3.Be open and available to campers. Seek teachable moments. 4.Teach campers about the activity. 5.Ensure campers and staff always use proper paintball safety techniques. 6.Be open and available to your campers. 7.Work with other staff in the group and display competence in working together. 8.Instruct and ensure safety during all activity times. 9.Work with day and overnight campers and counselors to encourage group cohesiveness and a positive learning environment. 10.Responsible for equipment maintenance and program area.
  • LOCATION: Camp Victory in Zumbro Falls, MN.
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday all Summer
  • WAGE: Depends on position
  • CONTACT: Megan Doten 507-843-2329
  • ONLINE: www.campvictory.com or http://bit.ly/18mvuYo
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
Category: Ministry
fold faq YouthWorks PAID Summer Job/Internship Opportunities

Posted: 03/18/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Potential summer staff must be at least one year out of high school to meet our minimum application requirements. Candidates must demonstrate good judgment and problem-solving skills, able to handle responsibility and have leadership experience. Staff are needed who love youth and are passionate about serving. See our website for more detailed information about qualifications.
  • DUTIES:YouthWorks offers several types of summer staff positions/internships. Although each team member shares many of the same job responsibilities, unique areas of leadership define each position. Full-time YouthWorks staff are working year-round to set up the mission sites. All summer staff receive their community information and are trained at the beginning of the summer. For example, YouthWorks does not expect all Work Projects Coordinators to know how to teach home painting prior to being hired. All we ask is that you would be willing to learn. Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable and willing to grow in all areas. SITE DIRECTOR Experience authentic leadership. Mentor and supervise 3-4 Site Coordinators. Assist them with daily service and ministry projects. Manage finances with integrity and maintain the overall spiritual focus of the mission site. Provide leadership for adult leaders and help them process their mission week as they experience it alongside their youth. Develop lifelong friendships with community members and be changed by their love. Site Directors must be of a post-college age, have previous leadership experience and the ability to manage a team. SITE COORDINATORS KIDS CLUB Enable teenagers to experience the joy of loving kids. Facilitate a daily Kids Club and coordinate morning service opportunities. Provide leadership for participants as they create crafts, plan games, practice songs, and make a Bible story come alive. Come to know and love community kids and their families as you work with them for an entire summer. See life change first hand as teenagers have the chance to love children with Jesus’ love. Kids Club Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children. PROGRAM Help youth see the reason behind why they serve as you interact with them on a daily basis. Love and encourage youth in their experience and faith journey. Partner with and provide leadership for daily work projects, Kids Club or ministry sites. Facilitate fun, meaningful and educational evening activities. Plan and coordinate nightly Club, with your team’s support. Prepare and give a Christ-centered talk based on the summer theme with provided outlines. UTILITY Utility Staff begin the summer assigned to a region, not a specific community. Be a jack of all trades. Serve in a variety of areas. Be trained for several positions and offer support to Site Coordinators. Coordinate daily service activities and see students’ lives change as they experience Christ through service. Support teams with spiritual encouragement and a servant attitude. Staff must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing roles and locations. At some point during the summer, Utility Staff may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position. SERVICE Get to know the various needs of an urban area and discover how volunteers can help a local organization make a difference. Network with social service and ministry organizations to coordinate service opportunities for teenagers. See lives change as teenagers are taken out of their comfort zones and come face to face with Jesus in a new way. Staff must be administratively minded, able to problem solve and manage details. Service Coordinators must also maintain and strengthen partnerships within the community. WORK PROJECTS Help youth build relationships with community members through work projects. Learn how to set up projects and partner with local community contacts. Teach participants the basics of painting and watch them be transformed as they serve in new ways. See the lasting effect on both community members whose homes have been improved, as well as the teens and adults who completed the repairs. Work Projects Coordinators must have the ability to clearly teach and prepare participants for projects. OUTRAGEOUS SPORTS CAMP Reach out to 10-14 year olds in the community by leading a daily sports camp program. Serve as head coach while participants plan and facilitate drills and scrimmages in a variety of sports. Explore valuable character traits found in the Bible and empower participants in leading small group discussions. Coordinate morning service opportunities for participants. Outrageous Sports Camp Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children and have knowledge and experience in athletics.
  • LOCATION: Nationwide
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday
  • WAGE: $2,500 Site Staff – $4,250 Site Directors
  • CONTACT: Molly Potter 877-249-9904
  • ONLINE: www.youthworksrecruiting.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Short-Term Team Opportunity to North Africa

Posted: 03/14/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Followers of Jesus who are open to how God might be calling them to serve in one of the most unreached areas of the world.
  • DUTIES:This vision trip will allow participants to experience firsthand Arab culture and the history of this part of the world. They will interact with Kingdom workers and learn what life and ministry is like in that context as well as how God is expanding His Kingdom there. This trip will be pivotal for those who are wondering if God might be calling them to serve in the Muslim world.
  • LOCATION: North Africa
  • DAYS/HOURS: June 7 - June 18
  • WAGE: Applicants must raise support through ITeams
  • CONTACT: John Pavey 7194255888
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Celebration Leader/Music Director for Wilderness Escape

Posted: 03/10/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Some one who loves Jesus Someone who loves kids Someone Who Smiles: To be friendly to all the tribe members (campers) who look forward to see everyday Someone Who Know the Music and Motions (we will give you the Celebration DVD along with the lyrics.) Someone who reinforces the daily theme Someone who has the ability to give the right songs to the right age group Someone who works well with others Someone who has his or her own transportation
  • DUTIES:Give each age group a set of songs they will be able to perform on Thursday in front of their parents/grandparents/friends Able to direct students and to keep them on task as they learn their songs Able to teach hand motions/body movement or other activities that will help the student/camper know their songs better Able to create an atmosphere of love and celebration
  • LOCATION: St. Stephen's Church, Edina Minnesota
  • DAYS/HOURS: Week One: June 9-12 (8:30-12:30) Week Two: June 16-19 (8:30-12:30)
  • WAGE: Up to $800.00 for both weeks
  • CONTACT: Dave Sheldon 952-920-0595

PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Children's Ministries Assistant

Posted: 02/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Requirements: A.Spiritual 1. Must be a growing Christian, deepening his/her personal relationship with Jesus Christ and modeling this to others. (I Tim. 3:1-13) 2. A desire to see children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. 3. Desirable spiritual gifts: administration, teaching, encouragement, helps. 4. Supportive of the church’s doctrinal statement, constitution and philosophy of ministry. B.Personal 1. Teachable, team player with strong oral and written communication skills. 2. Ability to take direction and to work independently. 3. Personable, creative and a self-starter. 4. Ability to lead and work with teens. C.Professional 1. Pursuing a B. A./B. S. degree in Christian Education, Children’s or Youth Ministry, or related field, or pursuing a career position in Children’s Ministry. 2. Experience in ministry with children and/or youth. 3. Familiarity with Windows applications, especially Publisher and/or Microsoft Word. 4. Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
  • DUTIES:General Overview: To assist the Director and Assistant of Children’s Ministries in providing and directing children’s programming (newborn through grade 6) during the summer months, with the ultimate goal of partnering with parents to help children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. This individual will gain on-the job experience in learning how to run an effective Children’s ministry program.
  • LOCATION: Trinity Evangelical Free Church, Lakeville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/wk, variety of days, some Sundays
  • WAGE: $10-$11/hr
  • CONTACT: Inga Harris 952-469-6252
  • ONLINE: www.trinityefc.net
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Works directly with one cabin of 6-10 campers each week. They set the spiritual climate and direction of the cabin for the week by leading Bible Study, facilitating team-building initiatives and modeling the love of Christ by caring for the needs of their campers. Counseling is the most physically and emotionally demanding position on our summer staff team, but offers some of the more rewarding opportunities. Counselors receive training in first aid, CPR, low ropes facilitation, and evangelism during staff training. Counselors should be at least one year out of high school. (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Adventure Recreation Program

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Staff will work with the Program Director and Executive Director to develop, enhance, and oversee the execution of our summer programs. These individuals should be creative organized dedicated to our team and mission, and comfortable in front of large groups. They are trained to supervise our high ropes challenge courses, manage program equipment, prepare Wide Area Games, and run and maintain our paintball program. Must be at least 16 years old (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Media & Video Tech

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Media & Video Tech works in conjunction with the Executive Director, Executive Assistant, and Program Director to produce high quality videos, photographs, and promotional materials in a timely and professional manner. Individuals must have a good working knowledge of PC/Mac, video, and photo editing software, sound equipment, and presentation software. Must be at least 16 years old. Bringing your own audio/video equipment and software is preferred and requested.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Music & Chapel Coordinator

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Music & Chapel Coordinator is responsible for musical leadership in all areas of programming. This includes audio and video presentations for chapel on programs like PowerPoint, Media Shout, leading our praise and worship team, organizing materials for chapel, assisting the Program and Executive Directors in leading chapel sessions, and the general upkeep of the chapel area.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Nursing Intern

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Nursing Intern assists camp in creating a safe environment, treating minor injuries, overseeing the collection and distribution of medications, keeping accurate treatment logs, and completing orderly incident reports. Individual must be at least 19 years old and have two years nursing education.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Staff Mentors (Husband & Wife)

Posted: 02/06/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Applicants must be married as husband and wife, with no children, with a balanced work/life ethic and can relate to teens and young adults. Applicants must be ministry minded seeking to coach, mentor and disciple summer staff. Applicants must demonstrate ability to lead group bible studies and devotionals. Applicants must be able to program fun activities for community building. Applicants are expected to complete and be certified in CPR/AED and First Aid training provided by certified third party trainer or at Timber Bay Camp.
  • DUTIES:To provide mentoring, discipleship and programming to summer staff to enhance the staff’s overall summer experience. This position can also double as internship. To serve in the following areas: Part of work week will be in a department within their interest and gifting. Rotate working alongside summer staff in their respective departments. Lead Bible studies and devotionals for High School/College age staff. Mentor and disciple summer staff in their own walk with God. Provide some evening program activities for fun and community. Send mission support letters to help fund your summer ministry experience. Take regular time off of a minimum of one day per week. Giving assistance to any other areas as needed.
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: See this description for details.
  • WAGE: $250 per week per person. Private housing and board is also provided
  • CONTACT: Mark Ritchie 218.831.4453
  • ONLINE: go to http://go.timberbay.org/campjobs for application instructions
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Base Camp / Maintenance

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:The main focus of this position will be assisting the director in base camp maintenance including, but not limited to mowing the ball field, maintaining cabins, cutting wood, organizing work groups, raking and much more. You will also be asked to help just about wherever is needed: transporting groups to and from entry points, helping with programming, high ropes and rock climbing, helping guides get ready for trip, etc. There are many other opportunities depending on where you feel comfortable. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Camp maintenance •Helping out where needed, whether it's maintenance, kitchen, guides, programming, etc •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Trail Guide

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 19 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Confident in one’s ability to lead diverse groups of people •Adventurous spirit •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team 
  • DUTIES:•Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Preparation for each trip which entails learning about group needs and goals, creation of a route and schedule, and creation of Bible studies, discussion topics, and other spiritual content. •Navigation of groups through the BWCA on weeklong excursions. •Leading groups on day trips during Adventure Camp. •Facilitation of Bible studies and discussions on trail. •Learning of all processes and procedures dealing with group safety, emergency situations, equipment maintenance, etc. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with base camp maintenance and upkeep while off trail. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.  The Rock Ridge Trail Guide position is a unique experience. It allows individuals to become proficient in primitive wilderness camping and Christian leadership. Guides will facilitate groups of up to eight people through Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness on weeklong voyages or during a week of Adventure Camp based out of camp while groups take a new adventure each day including rock climbing, canoeing, hiking and more. While on trail, Guides will help groups engage in nature, grow in faith, and share with one another. Guides will be relating with and leading a wide range of people including Christians of varying denominations and non-Christians, as well as various age groups, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Each Trail Guide will facilitate three to five trips per season, in addition to a staff-training trip. The trip schedule will most often alternate between one week spent on trail and the next at the base camp. The off trail time is spent preparing for upcoming trips, resting, and participating in the base camp community. While an enthusiasm and interest in outdoor living is essential, it is not necessary to possess wilderness experience prior to working with Rock Ridge. Trail Guides go through an extensive training process to learn all the necessary skills. 
  • Working at Rock Ridge also gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals.

  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Kitchen Supervisor

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Commercial kitchen experience is desired, but not necessary •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:This person’s main responsibility will be in the kitchen with a focus on making meals for in-base groups and staff. Meals can range anywhere from 5 – 75 people. Other responsibilities will be managing staff and volunteers in the kitchen, making and dehydrating food for canoe trips, and managing inventory. You will also have opportunities to help out with programming, worship and being around campers. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Cooking meals for groups of 5 - 75 •Organizing leftovers and meals for staff •Managing the Kitchen •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $150/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. A sincere love for the Lord and a desire to see campers come to know and grow in Him 2. Agreement with the Camp Oak Hills philosophy, policies, and guidelines of conduct . 3. An eagerness to learn, love for campers, and evidence of a consistent walk with God 4. A willingness to forego personal rights for the common good of the camp and campers 5. Flexibility and an ability to work with campers and other staff
  • DUTIES:Positions available: Male Head Cabin Counselor Male & Female Cabin Counselors Jr. Staff Team Leader Lifeguards Camp Store Manager Hand Crafts Director Maintenance Assistant Head Cook Assistant Cook Kitchen Assistant Media Specialist Office Manager Wilderness Trip Leader Apply Online at www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • LOCATION: Bemidji, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday 3pm - Friday 8:30pm
  • WAGE: $950-$1200 for 9 weeks
  • CONTACT: Scott Buchan 218.444.4085
  • ONLINE: www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Relationship with Jesus Desire to work with youth Willing and Servant heart Ready to be challenged
  • DUTIES:We invite YOU to join us this summer as we seek to create opportunities for life change through the love of Jesus Christ. We offer PAID positions: counselor, water front, food service, health care, a/v technician, maintenance, and housekeeper.
  • LOCATION: Madison, WI
  • DAYS/HOURS: All day/All week
  • WAGE: $200/week
  • CONTACT: James Davenport 608-838-3335
  • ONLINE: http://lwbc.com/summerstaff/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Bible Camp Senior Counselor

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. Previous experience leading or supervising children (i.e. babysitting, coaching, mentoring, teaching, etc.) is preferred but not required 2. Active or previous participation in Bible studies or other ministries is preferred but not required 3. Must be able to have authority over a cabin group and lead them in group dynamics 4.Must possess good interpersonal skills 5.Must be able to communicate clearly with Program Directors and fellow staff. 6.Must communicate a basic understanding of Christian teaching and theology 7.Must communicate a basic knowledge of the Bible
  • DUTIES:At Ingham Okoboji Bible Camps, Senior Counselors are responsible for leading a small group of campers through all daily activities of camp life including worship, Bible Studies, evening devotions, games, hikes, dish crew, etc. Senior Counselors are expected to spend time with the kids and families, provide constant supervision to the small group, ensure safety, and create a welcoming community for all. The goal is to create a unified staff team, who are flexible and responsible to adapt to the leading of the Holy Spirit and campers’ needs and who prayerfully support each other and campers. Senior Counselors are privileged to let God work through them to impact the campers so they may “know Jesus Christ and make Christ known to all.”
  • LOCATION: Milford, IA
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday, 11 weeks,
  • WAGE: $195 per week salary (first year)
  • CONTACT: Dan Antoine 712-337-3306
  • ONLINE: www.okoboji.org/about/apply
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Ministry Leader/Hospitality Employee (Paid)

Posted: 12/20/13

  • DUTIES:Live at the base of Half Dome… hike the jagged peaks of the Tetons… splash through the waterfalls of the Blue Ridge… escape from another average summer and discover nature and God in a whole new way! ACMNP Ministry Teams lead interdenominational services of worship each summer in over 25 national park campgrounds and amphitheatres across America - everywhere from Yosemite, Glacier, Yellowstone, and the Grand Canyon to Denali, Alaska and Acadia, Maine. We bring Christian community to people often isolated from immediate contact with local churches, including millions of visitors and employees who come to enjoy God's great natural wonders each summer. Each Ministry Staff Member is employed full time by a private concessionaire in the park and works as a desk clerk, housekeeper, bellhop, store clerk, wait staff, or other job typical of seasonal employment. Room and board is provided with co-workers in park employee housing. Besides leading worship and earning a full time income, you will participate in informal relational and cross-cultural ministry among your co-workers (including many international students), develop your leadership skills, explore issues of faith and the environment, encourage others to explore the many wilderness opportunities at your doorstep, and have endless adventures in your free time!
  • LOCATION: National Parks, USA
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/week
  • WAGE: minimum wage
  • CONTACT: Mindy Spyker 303-220-2808
  • ONLINE: www.acmnp.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Horn Creek Camp/Summer Ministry Team

Posted: 12/18/13

  • QUALIFICATIONS:We desire individuals who want to learn Christian hospitality and live in an intimate Christian community rather than individuals just looking for a job.
  • DUTIES:The Horn Creek summer ministry team program is a 12 week experience for young adults (ages 18 – 24) who desire to be immersed in Christ-centered service, intentional discipleship, and intimate community. Summer ministry team members will be an integral part of our deep ministry environment we seek to create for all our guests that come through Horn Creek, and will also be ministered to by each other and by full time staff who are excited about pouring into the lives of young adults. Our unique setting in the Rocky Mountains provides endless opportunities to be inspired by God's creative beauty and to experience all the outdoors has to offer. Summer positions include: Lead Cook, Assistant Cook, Hospitality, Hospitality/Nursery, Hospitality/Host, Hospitality/Assistant Crew Chief, Recreation, Recreation/Wrangler, Recreation/Hike, Recreation/Life Guard, Maintenance/Grounds.
  • LOCATION: Westcliffe, CO
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40+ hrs/wk
  • WAGE: $550/month
  • CONTACT: Sara West 719-783-2205
  • ONLINE: www.horncreek.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 04/22/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Miracle Bible Camp is seeking guy counselors for ten life-altering weeks. You must be: - A dedicated Christian ready to share your life and faith with others; - An ability (or willingness to learn how) to share your faith; - A servant attitude and love for people (especially kids!); - A fun approach to life; - An ability to get along as part of a team; - At least 18 years of age, and; - Able to clear a background check.
  • DUTIES:Duties include: - Supervising and leading small groups of campers; - Participating in activities with kids; - Counseling and spiritual input with the campers; - Fishing, camping out, hiking, biking, archery, air rifles, games, swimming, etc. You will have as much fun as the kids; - Cleaning of facilities to prep for campers; - Participate in chapels and other ministries, and; - Lifeguard if possible ($25 weekly bonus!).
  • LOCATION: Miracle Bible Camp, Longville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: May 26-Aug 2
  • WAGE: Paid position, bonus for lifeguarding
  • CONTACT: Dan Niebeling 218.929.1060
  • ONLINE: Www.miraclebible.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Phone

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Youth Intern

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Looking for student who sense God's call to ministry that would like some ministry experience in a paid internship in the church. Must have a strong personal walk with God and a love for His Word and a love for the people of his flock, accepting our diversity and cultural distinctive. Must be prepared to live at a high level of personal character and integrity consistent with scripture and ready to serve in a church, building the body and strengthening believers well mixing into the fellowship as a positive example of a Christ follower. Should be an upper classman, highly relational and able to lead and oversee youth.
  • DUTIES:Build and engage students relationally encouraging them in their walk with Christ. Participate and lead some summer ministry events. Overseeing the students who attend. Prepare and provide some teaching for students during the summer months in youth group and other events. For more details contact the church at 740-452-2603 or email us at .
  • LOCATION: Zanesville Ohio
  • DAYS/HOURS: Monday - Saturday
  • WAGE: To be discussed
  • CONTACT: Andy Winters 740-452-2603
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any
Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Counselor/ Worship Director/ Activity instructor

Posted: 04/11/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1.Have a sincere relationship with Christ and a clear walk with God. 2.Is in agreement with Camp Victory’s philosophy, policies and statement of faith. 3.Is eager to teach youth about Christ’s love and a desire to help youth begin or strengthen a relationship with Jesus Christ. 4.Ability to communicate with children from kindergarten to college 5.Some experience working with youth appreciated 6.Responsible enough to care for a cabin of kids 7.Able to work well with peers
  • DUTIES:Counselor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a cabin setting. 3.Possibly lead or co-lead cabin devotions nightly. 4.Help supervise activities during free zone and c-zone. 5.Teach the plan of salvation to unsaved campers. 6.Challenge Christian camper’s relationship with Jesus. 7.Be open and available to your campers. 8.Work with a co-counselor in the cabin and display competence in working together. Worship Director: 1.Be a witness of Jesus Christ through my words, actions, and attitude. 2.Be an approachable, teachable servant leader. 3.Have creative power points with lyrics, music choices, and sound equipment ready to go before each chapel time. 4.Create closing ceremony PowerPoint and assist PROS in any set-up materials necessary. 5.Encourage the worship team through small devotions before each worship set. 6.Facilitate practices before each chapel. 7.Know safety guidelines and measures to be taken in serious and dangerous circumstances. 8.Create worship sets with a variety of musical selections (age appropriate), not repeating the same song in the same day. 9.Be an outlet and confidant to both staff and campers; building relationships with both. 10.Be responsible and submissive to the overnight program director, program assistants and Camp Victory as a whole. 11. Welcome and host the camp pastor upon their arrival each week. 12. Coordinate and help the camp pastor with tasks as needed. Activity Instructor: 1.Be a witness to all campers in words and actions of Christ’s love, reflecting positively of God and Camp Victory. 2.Develop a loving and caring atmosphere in a group setting. 3.Be open and available to campers. Seek teachable moments. 4.Teach campers about the activity. 5.Ensure campers and staff always use proper paintball safety techniques. 6.Be open and available to your campers. 7.Work with other staff in the group and display competence in working together. 8.Instruct and ensure safety during all activity times. 9.Work with day and overnight campers and counselors to encourage group cohesiveness and a positive learning environment. 10.Responsible for equipment maintenance and program area.
  • LOCATION: Camp Victory in Zumbro Falls, MN.
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday all Summer
  • WAGE: Depends on position
  • CONTACT: Megan Doten 507-843-2329
  • ONLINE: www.campvictory.com or http://bit.ly/18mvuYo
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email
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fold faq YouthWorks PAID Summer Job/Internship Opportunities

Posted: 03/18/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Potential summer staff must be at least one year out of high school to meet our minimum application requirements. Candidates must demonstrate good judgment and problem-solving skills, able to handle responsibility and have leadership experience. Staff are needed who love youth and are passionate about serving. See our website for more detailed information about qualifications.
  • DUTIES:YouthWorks offers several types of summer staff positions/internships. Although each team member shares many of the same job responsibilities, unique areas of leadership define each position. Full-time YouthWorks staff are working year-round to set up the mission sites. All summer staff receive their community information and are trained at the beginning of the summer. For example, YouthWorks does not expect all Work Projects Coordinators to know how to teach home painting prior to being hired. All we ask is that you would be willing to learn. Staff work together to create a spiritually focused and servant-centered mission site. All staff participate in evening programming in a leadership capacity and interact with youth at every opportunity. Other responsibilities include building relationships with community members, coordinating one meal a day and having a weekly check-in time with your supervisor. Staff must be flexible, teachable and willing to grow in all areas. SITE DIRECTOR Experience authentic leadership. Mentor and supervise 3-4 Site Coordinators. Assist them with daily service and ministry projects. Manage finances with integrity and maintain the overall spiritual focus of the mission site. Provide leadership for adult leaders and help them process their mission week as they experience it alongside their youth. Develop lifelong friendships with community members and be changed by their love. Site Directors must be of a post-college age, have previous leadership experience and the ability to manage a team. SITE COORDINATORS KIDS CLUB Enable teenagers to experience the joy of loving kids. Facilitate a daily Kids Club and coordinate morning service opportunities. Provide leadership for participants as they create crafts, plan games, practice songs, and make a Bible story come alive. Come to know and love community kids and their families as you work with them for an entire summer. See life change first hand as teenagers have the chance to love children with Jesus’ love. Kids Club Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children. PROGRAM Help youth see the reason behind why they serve as you interact with them on a daily basis. Love and encourage youth in their experience and faith journey. Partner with and provide leadership for daily work projects, Kids Club or ministry sites. Facilitate fun, meaningful and educational evening activities. Plan and coordinate nightly Club, with your team’s support. Prepare and give a Christ-centered talk based on the summer theme with provided outlines. UTILITY Utility Staff begin the summer assigned to a region, not a specific community. Be a jack of all trades. Serve in a variety of areas. Be trained for several positions and offer support to Site Coordinators. Coordinate daily service activities and see students’ lives change as they experience Christ through service. Support teams with spiritual encouragement and a servant attitude. Staff must be flexible and willing to adapt to changing roles and locations. At some point during the summer, Utility Staff may be permanently placed with a team to fill an open position. SERVICE Get to know the various needs of an urban area and discover how volunteers can help a local organization make a difference. Network with social service and ministry organizations to coordinate service opportunities for teenagers. See lives change as teenagers are taken out of their comfort zones and come face to face with Jesus in a new way. Staff must be administratively minded, able to problem solve and manage details. Service Coordinators must also maintain and strengthen partnerships within the community. WORK PROJECTS Help youth build relationships with community members through work projects. Learn how to set up projects and partner with local community contacts. Teach participants the basics of painting and watch them be transformed as they serve in new ways. See the lasting effect on both community members whose homes have been improved, as well as the teens and adults who completed the repairs. Work Projects Coordinators must have the ability to clearly teach and prepare participants for projects. OUTRAGEOUS SPORTS CAMP Reach out to 10-14 year olds in the community by leading a daily sports camp program. Serve as head coach while participants plan and facilitate drills and scrimmages in a variety of sports. Explore valuable character traits found in the Bible and empower participants in leading small group discussions. Coordinate morning service opportunities for participants. Outrageous Sports Camp Coordinators must be bold and confident in leading at-risk children and have knowledge and experience in athletics.
  • LOCATION: Nationwide
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday
  • WAGE: $2,500 Site Staff – $4,250 Site Directors
  • CONTACT: Molly Potter 877-249-9904
  • ONLINE: www.youthworksrecruiting.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Short-Term Team Opportunity to North Africa

Posted: 03/14/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Followers of Jesus who are open to how God might be calling them to serve in one of the most unreached areas of the world.
  • DUTIES:This vision trip will allow participants to experience firsthand Arab culture and the history of this part of the world. They will interact with Kingdom workers and learn what life and ministry is like in that context as well as how God is expanding His Kingdom there. This trip will be pivotal for those who are wondering if God might be calling them to serve in the Muslim world.
  • LOCATION: North Africa
  • DAYS/HOURS: June 7 - June 18
  • WAGE: Applicants must raise support through ITeams
  • CONTACT: John Pavey 7194255888
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Celebration Leader/Music Director for Wilderness Escape

Posted: 03/10/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Some one who loves Jesus Someone who loves kids Someone Who Smiles: To be friendly to all the tribe members (campers) who look forward to see everyday Someone Who Know the Music and Motions (we will give you the Celebration DVD along with the lyrics.) Someone who reinforces the daily theme Someone who has the ability to give the right songs to the right age group Someone who works well with others Someone who has his or her own transportation
  • DUTIES:Give each age group a set of songs they will be able to perform on Thursday in front of their parents/grandparents/friends Able to direct students and to keep them on task as they learn their songs Able to teach hand motions/body movement or other activities that will help the student/camper know their songs better Able to create an atmosphere of love and celebration
  • LOCATION: St. Stephen's Church, Edina Minnesota
  • DAYS/HOURS: Week One: June 9-12 (8:30-12:30) Week Two: June 16-19 (8:30-12:30)
  • WAGE: Up to $800.00 for both weeks
  • CONTACT: Dave Sheldon 952-920-0595

PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

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fold faq Summer Children's Ministries Assistant

Posted: 02/19/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Requirements: A.Spiritual 1. Must be a growing Christian, deepening his/her personal relationship with Jesus Christ and modeling this to others. (I Tim. 3:1-13) 2. A desire to see children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. 3. Desirable spiritual gifts: administration, teaching, encouragement, helps. 4. Supportive of the church’s doctrinal statement, constitution and philosophy of ministry. B.Personal 1. Teachable, team player with strong oral and written communication skills. 2. Ability to take direction and to work independently. 3. Personable, creative and a self-starter. 4. Ability to lead and work with teens. C.Professional 1. Pursuing a B. A./B. S. degree in Christian Education, Children’s or Youth Ministry, or related field, or pursuing a career position in Children’s Ministry. 2. Experience in ministry with children and/or youth. 3. Familiarity with Windows applications, especially Publisher and/or Microsoft Word. 4. Valid driver’s license and a clean driving record.
  • DUTIES:General Overview: To assist the Director and Assistant of Children’s Ministries in providing and directing children’s programming (newborn through grade 6) during the summer months, with the ultimate goal of partnering with parents to help children come to know, love and follow Jesus Christ. This individual will gain on-the job experience in learning how to run an effective Children’s ministry program.
  • LOCATION: Trinity Evangelical Free Church, Lakeville, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/wk, variety of days, some Sundays
  • WAGE: $10-$11/hr
  • CONTACT: Inga Harris 952-469-6252
  • ONLINE: www.trinityefc.net
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

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fold faq Camp Counselor

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Works directly with one cabin of 6-10 campers each week. They set the spiritual climate and direction of the cabin for the week by leading Bible Study, facilitating team-building initiatives and modeling the love of Christ by caring for the needs of their campers. Counseling is the most physically and emotionally demanding position on our summer staff team, but offers some of the more rewarding opportunities. Counselors receive training in first aid, CPR, low ropes facilitation, and evangelism during staff training. Counselors should be at least one year out of high school. (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Adventure Recreation Program

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:Staff will work with the Program Director and Executive Director to develop, enhance, and oversee the execution of our summer programs. These individuals should be creative organized dedicated to our team and mission, and comfortable in front of large groups. They are trained to supervise our high ropes challenge courses, manage program equipment, prepare Wide Area Games, and run and maintain our paintball program. Must be at least 16 years old (Though some exceptions may apply.)
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Media & Video Tech

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Media & Video Tech works in conjunction with the Executive Director, Executive Assistant, and Program Director to produce high quality videos, photographs, and promotional materials in a timely and professional manner. Individuals must have a good working knowledge of PC/Mac, video, and photo editing software, sound equipment, and presentation software. Must be at least 16 years old. Bringing your own audio/video equipment and software is preferred and requested.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/Home.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Music & Chapel Coordinator

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Music & Chapel Coordinator is responsible for musical leadership in all areas of programming. This includes audio and video presentations for chapel on programs like PowerPoint, Media Shout, leading our praise and worship team, organizing materials for chapel, assisting the Program and Executive Directors in leading chapel sessions, and the general upkeep of the chapel area.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Nursing Intern

Posted: 02/17/14

  • DUTIES:The Nursing Intern assists camp in creating a safe environment, treating minor injuries, overseeing the collection and distribution of medications, keeping accurate treatment logs, and completing orderly incident reports. Individual must be at least 19 years old and have two years nursing education.
  • LOCATION: Cooperstown, ND
  • DAYS/HOURS: Full Time
  • WAGE: Paid
  • CONTACT: Oliver Thompson 701-797-2174
  • ONLINE: http://www.cooperstownbiblecamp.com/DesktopDefault.aspx
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

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fold faq Summer Staff Mentors (Husband & Wife)

Posted: 02/06/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Applicants must be married as husband and wife, with no children, with a balanced work/life ethic and can relate to teens and young adults. Applicants must be ministry minded seeking to coach, mentor and disciple summer staff. Applicants must demonstrate ability to lead group bible studies and devotionals. Applicants must be able to program fun activities for community building. Applicants are expected to complete and be certified in CPR/AED and First Aid training provided by certified third party trainer or at Timber Bay Camp.
  • DUTIES:To provide mentoring, discipleship and programming to summer staff to enhance the staff’s overall summer experience. This position can also double as internship. To serve in the following areas: Part of work week will be in a department within their interest and gifting. Rotate working alongside summer staff in their respective departments. Lead Bible studies and devotionals for High School/College age staff. Mentor and disciple summer staff in their own walk with God. Provide some evening program activities for fun and community. Send mission support letters to help fund your summer ministry experience. Take regular time off of a minimum of one day per week. Giving assistance to any other areas as needed.
  • LOCATION: Onamia, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: See this description for details.
  • WAGE: $250 per week per person. Private housing and board is also provided
  • CONTACT: Mark Ritchie 218.831.4453
  • ONLINE: go to http://go.timberbay.org/campjobs for application instructions
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

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fold faq Base Camp / Maintenance

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:The main focus of this position will be assisting the director in base camp maintenance including, but not limited to mowing the ball field, maintaining cabins, cutting wood, organizing work groups, raking and much more. You will also be asked to help just about wherever is needed: transporting groups to and from entry points, helping with programming, high ropes and rock climbing, helping guides get ready for trip, etc. There are many other opportunities depending on where you feel comfortable. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Camp maintenance •Helping out where needed, whether it's maintenance, kitchen, guides, programming, etc •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Trail Guide

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 19 years old. •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Confident in one’s ability to lead diverse groups of people •Adventurous spirit •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team 
  • DUTIES:•Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements •Preparation for each trip which entails learning about group needs and goals, creation of a route and schedule, and creation of Bible studies, discussion topics, and other spiritual content. •Navigation of groups through the BWCA on weeklong excursions. •Leading groups on day trips during Adventure Camp. •Facilitation of Bible studies and discussions on trail. •Learning of all processes and procedures dealing with group safety, emergency situations, equipment maintenance, etc. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp. •Help with base camp maintenance and upkeep while off trail. •Help with the process of bringing groups off trail and launching the next trips each weekend.  The Rock Ridge Trail Guide position is a unique experience. It allows individuals to become proficient in primitive wilderness camping and Christian leadership. Guides will facilitate groups of up to eight people through Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness on weeklong voyages or during a week of Adventure Camp based out of camp while groups take a new adventure each day including rock climbing, canoeing, hiking and more. While on trail, Guides will help groups engage in nature, grow in faith, and share with one another. Guides will be relating with and leading a wide range of people including Christians of varying denominations and non-Christians, as well as various age groups, ethnicities, and backgrounds. Each Trail Guide will facilitate three to five trips per season, in addition to a staff-training trip. The trip schedule will most often alternate between one week spent on trail and the next at the base camp. The off trail time is spent preparing for upcoming trips, resting, and participating in the base camp community. While an enthusiasm and interest in outdoor living is essential, it is not necessary to possess wilderness experience prior to working with Rock Ridge. Trail Guides go through an extensive training process to learn all the necessary skills. 
  • Working at Rock Ridge also gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals.

  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $135/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Kitchen Supervisor

Posted: 02/03/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:•Minimum of 18 years old. •Commercial kitchen experience is desired, but not necessary •Eagerly moving in the direction of Christian maturity and living a life worthy of being imitated. •Christian leadership experience. •Flexible •Willing to relinquish normal physical comforts and conveniences •Ability to manage conflict •Organizational skills •Ability to work in a team
  • DUTIES:This person’s main responsibility will be in the kitchen with a focus on making meals for in-base groups and staff. Meals can range anywhere from 5 – 75 people. Other responsibilities will be managing staff and volunteers in the kitchen, making and dehydrating food for canoe trips, and managing inventory. You will also have opportunities to help out with programming, worship and being around campers. Working at Rock Ridge gives you the opportunity to live for an extended period of time in relative simplicity. Rock Ridge Staff will live at the base camp, located near Ely, MN, for the duration of the summer, from early June to mid August. Guides will receive room and board, as well as $135 per week. You will also have the opportunity to buy gear with our discounted pro deals. Responsibilities •Cooking meals for groups of 5 - 75 •Organizing leftovers and meals for staff •Managing the Kitchen •Completion of application and references from three qualified sources. •Completion of all training requirements. •Participation in the community that is created between the staff throughout the summer at base camp.
  • LOCATION: Ely, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: June-August
  • WAGE: $150/week
  • CONTACT: Mike Keller (218) 235-7190
  • ONLINE: http://shamineau.org/RockRidge/StaffOpp.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/16/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. A sincere love for the Lord and a desire to see campers come to know and grow in Him 2. Agreement with the Camp Oak Hills philosophy, policies, and guidelines of conduct . 3. An eagerness to learn, love for campers, and evidence of a consistent walk with God 4. A willingness to forego personal rights for the common good of the camp and campers 5. Flexibility and an ability to work with campers and other staff
  • DUTIES:Positions available: Male Head Cabin Counselor Male & Female Cabin Counselors Jr. Staff Team Leader Lifeguards Camp Store Manager Hand Crafts Director Maintenance Assistant Head Cook Assistant Cook Kitchen Assistant Media Specialist Office Manager Wilderness Trip Leader Apply Online at www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • LOCATION: Bemidji, MN
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday 3pm - Friday 8:30pm
  • WAGE: $950-$1200 for 9 weeks
  • CONTACT: Scott Buchan 218.444.4085
  • ONLINE: www.campoakhills/summerstaff.html
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Summer Camp Staff

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:Relationship with Jesus Desire to work with youth Willing and Servant heart Ready to be challenged
  • DUTIES:We invite YOU to join us this summer as we seek to create opportunities for life change through the love of Jesus Christ. We offer PAID positions: counselor, water front, food service, health care, a/v technician, maintenance, and housekeeper.
  • LOCATION: Madison, WI
  • DAYS/HOURS: All day/All week
  • WAGE: $200/week
  • CONTACT: James Davenport 608-838-3335
  • ONLINE: http://lwbc.com/summerstaff/
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Email

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Bible Camp Senior Counselor

Posted: 01/13/14

  • QUALIFICATIONS:1. Previous experience leading or supervising children (i.e. babysitting, coaching, mentoring, teaching, etc.) is preferred but not required 2. Active or previous participation in Bible studies or other ministries is preferred but not required 3. Must be able to have authority over a cabin group and lead them in group dynamics 4.Must possess good interpersonal skills 5.Must be able to communicate clearly with Program Directors and fellow staff. 6.Must communicate a basic understanding of Christian teaching and theology 7.Must communicate a basic knowledge of the Bible
  • DUTIES:At Ingham Okoboji Bible Camps, Senior Counselors are responsible for leading a small group of campers through all daily activities of camp life including worship, Bible Studies, evening devotions, games, hikes, dish crew, etc. Senior Counselors are expected to spend time with the kids and families, provide constant supervision to the small group, ensure safety, and create a welcoming community for all. The goal is to create a unified staff team, who are flexible and responsible to adapt to the leading of the Holy Spirit and campers’ needs and who prayerfully support each other and campers. Senior Counselors are privileged to let God work through them to impact the campers so they may “know Jesus Christ and make Christ known to all.”
  • LOCATION: Milford, IA
  • DAYS/HOURS: Sunday-Friday, 11 weeks,
  • WAGE: $195 per week salary (first year)
  • CONTACT: Dan Antoine 712-337-3306
  • ONLINE: www.okoboji.org/about/apply
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Ministry Leader/Hospitality Employee (Paid)

Posted: 12/20/13

  • DUTIES:Live at the base of Half Dome… hike the jagged peaks of the Tetons… splash through the waterfalls of the Blue Ridge… escape from another average summer and discover nature and God in a whole new way! ACMNP Ministry Teams lead interdenominational services of worship each summer in over 25 national park campgrounds and amphitheatres across America - everywhere from Yosemite, Glacier, Yellowstone, and the Grand Canyon to Denali, Alaska and Acadia, Maine. We bring Christian community to people often isolated from immediate contact with local churches, including millions of visitors and employees who come to enjoy God's great natural wonders each summer. Each Ministry Staff Member is employed full time by a private concessionaire in the park and works as a desk clerk, housekeeper, bellhop, store clerk, wait staff, or other job typical of seasonal employment. Room and board is provided with co-workers in park employee housing. Besides leading worship and earning a full time income, you will participate in informal relational and cross-cultural ministry among your co-workers (including many international students), develop your leadership skills, explore issues of faith and the environment, encourage others to explore the many wilderness opportunities at your doorstep, and have endless adventures in your free time!
  • LOCATION: National Parks, USA
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40hrs/week
  • WAGE: minimum wage
  • CONTACT: Mindy Spyker 303-220-2808
  • ONLINE: www.acmnp.com
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Any

 

Category: Ministry
fold faq Horn Creek Camp/Summer Ministry Team

Posted: 12/18/13

  • QUALIFICATIONS:We desire individuals who want to learn Christian hospitality and live in an intimate Christian community rather than individuals just looking for a job.
  • DUTIES:The Horn Creek summer ministry team program is a 12 week experience for young adults (ages 18 – 24) who desire to be immersed in Christ-centered service, intentional discipleship, and intimate community. Summer ministry team members will be an integral part of our deep ministry environment we seek to create for all our guests that come through Horn Creek, and will also be ministered to by each other and by full time staff who are excited about pouring into the lives of young adults. Our unique setting in the Rocky Mountains provides endless opportunities to be inspired by God's creative beauty and to experience all the outdoors has to offer. Summer positions include: Lead Cook, Assistant Cook, Hospitality, Hospitality/Nursery, Hospitality/Host, Hospitality/Assistant Crew Chief, Recreation, Recreation/Wrangler, Recreation/Hike, Recreation/Life Guard, Maintenance/Grounds.
  • LOCATION: Westcliffe, CO
  • DAYS/HOURS: 40+ hrs/wk
  • WAGE: $550/month
  • CONTACT: Sara West 719-783-2205
  • ONLINE: www.horncreek.org
  • PREFERRED CONTACT METHOD: Apply_Online

 

Category: Ministry

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