About the Role
To provide oversight to aquatics staff during swim times, ensure the pool area is operating as it is designed as well as ensure proper staffing for all days and events.
Essential Job Functions:
Plan, direct, and supervise a safe and fun waterfront program
Enforce the Pool and waterfront rules, manage lifeguards
Evaluate the aquatics abilities of campers and staff.
Deliver creative swim program activities.
Train and supervise waterfront staff
Assist in the planning and implementation of staff training.
Train waterfront and counseling staff on their waterfront responsibilities.
Supervise waterfront staff to provide a safe and high-quality program.
Supervise the waterfront staff evaluation process.
Implement the scheduling of waterfront staff.
Directly supervise other aquatic staff.
Manage the physical facilities and equipment in the waterfront program area
Set up waterfront area prior to and during staff training.
Teach and monitor proper use of equipment.
Conduct initial and end-of-season inventory, and store equipment for safety.
Check equipment, and make (or file for) repairs.
Conduct a daily check of equipment for safety, cleanliness, and good repair.
Submit orders for equipment and supplies when needed, ensuring timely arrival of materials.
Survey the waterfront area daily, and keep the area free of hazards and debris.
Participate as a member of the camp management team to plan, direct, and supervise evening programs, special events, overnights, and other all-camp activities and camp functions
Work with the administrative team to develop a program curriculum, awards programs, and leadership programs.
Assist in the planning of any special events on or near the waterfront.
Participate in management and staff meetings.
Other Job Duties:
Participate enthusiastically in all camp activities, planning and leading those as assigned.
About the Company
Camp Appalachia is a yearlong camp whose target camper is a child between the ages of 7 and 17 and is at a high risk for destructive life choices. We will be providing a little to no cost resident camp experience to kids who are directly affected by the opioid epidemic, kids in the foster care system, and kids who have one or more parents incarcerated. We currently have a summer day camp, but we are in the process of bringing our ten residential cabins up to code so that we can be a resident camp as well. We operate 12 months per year with our focus being opioid prevention, outdoor education, leadership, and resiliency building.