Temporary Unclassified Staff 2
Job Description Summary:
Job ID 5759 - Unclassified - Part-Time Temporary (Salaried)
Seeking energetic and qualified staff who want to spend an exciting summer in Oxford working with youth ages 6-12 years of age. We encourage student who are going into the fields of education, recreation, or just have experience working with youth to apply. Camp Counselors works closely with the camp director to plan, organize, and assist in the administration and management of all operational and programming aspects of the Recreational Enrichment Camp (R.E.C.) programs to ensure the health and well being of all staff and campers. Counselors should be available to work Monday-Friday from 7a.m-5:30p.m during the months of June and July.
Plan and implement age appropriate or modified activities.
Promote a safe and healthy environment.
Lead groups from one activity to another in a timely manner.
Assist instructors in maintaining order during activities.
Supervise locker room before and after swimming.
Administer discipline according to camp policies.
Assist in providing CPR and/or first aid in the event of injury.
Model good sportsmanship in related activities.
Use appropriate language and actions.
Express emotions in a constructive manner.
Relay information between counselors, campers, pro staff, and parents.
Complete daily report and related forms.
Make decisions when camp director or assistant director is not present.
Other duties as assigned.
•Current American Red Cross CPR & First Aid for the Professional Rescuer. Or obtained within 30 days of hire
•Experience with summer camp planning and programming.
•Pass a background check.
•Belay Certification or obtained within 30 days of hire •
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