10 Week Commitment | Age 20 & Over
Leadership staff work hand in hand with RVR Directors to plan, schedule, and implement all camp activities. They are responsible for discipling, supervising, managing, and working alongside their staff:
This person is responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing a camp program. They create and maintain an environment where their team members thrive. Program directors take a direct role in spiritually encouraging and guiding their staff. Responsibilities also include disciplinary action with campers and counselors when necessary. Initiative, drive, self-motivation, leadership skills, and a positive attitude are qualities applicants should possess. There are several program director positions available in each camp program (Arrowhead Woods, Fort Roller, Frontier Town, TNT).
Provide Health Care to either Fort Roller & Arrowhead Woods (ages 7-11) or Frontier Town & TNT Programs (ages12-17). Primary responsibilities include: Giving out medications, organizing medicine, upkeep of paperwork/documenting, practicing first aid, and supervising hospital trips if needed. Nursing students preferred. First Aid/CPR certification required.
POOL MANAGER / HEAD LIFEGUARD
Oversee and mentor lifeguards (ages 16-18). Primary responsibilities are lifeguarding, pool maintenance, and cleaning. The Pool Manager works with RVR Facilities Dept. to maintain a safe, clean and fun area. Lifeguard certification and Pool Operator's License required.
Responsible for implementing the ministry and the menu of RVR's Food Service Department. Responsible for cooking in the ovens and on the stoves. This includes meats, entrees, sauces, soups. Must supervise all kitchen staff and expedite the meals in the absence of the executive chef. Accountable to the Food Service Director.