To be intentional with every aspect of the camp experience to allow room for God to work in His unique ways as campers laugh, play, learn and experience the love of Jesus in a whole new way. The opportunity to facilitate high ropes and recreational activities, while providing a safe environment for campers and modeling a personal relationship with Jesus. No matter your position, our mission is to invite campers to experience and know the love of Jesus.
As you pour out into campers, you’ll be poured into. You’ll be known and valued through a vibrant community and intentional weekly small groups. Each week as a community, hear from impactful teachers and engage together in worship. Plus, you’ll grow in your own faith journey through the life-long friendships you’ll make.
Key Job Accountabilities
- Serve groups and occasionally live with campers during their stay
- Supervise campers at activities and meals
- Facilitate aerial challenge course, zipline, and other adventure activities with guests of all ages
- Facilitate swimmer safety at all water-related activities and perform water rescues if necessary
- Facilitate general recreation, including but not limited to target sports, field games, and crafts
- Safely instruct all activities
- Lead or participate in devotionals, and share the Gospel with campers depending on group needs
- Assist with general program functions, including serving meals, cleaning, parking, and more
- Attend all required staff meetings and events
- Actively participate in and contribute to the broader camp programs
- Actively engage and participate in the staff community through a godly attitude, words, and actions.
- Other duties as assigned by the supervisor
- 18 years of age or older preferred
- Current valid driver’s license preferred
- High school diploma, GED, or equivalent preferred
- Must be CPR and First Aid Certified (online courses are not accepted)
- Based on position
- Must be a lifeguard or able to become a lifeguard
- Must be able to pass camp-specific adventure facilitation training
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Must be comfortable facilitating experiences in front of large and small groups.
- Must be a team player, and willing to work in all types of weather.
- Must be able to be teachable and ask questions where knowledge is lacking
- Must be willing to learn how to facilitate all of Carolina Creek’s activities
- Must be flexible with an ability to adjust and problem-solve in challenging situations.
- Able to engage in active listening.
- A heart to serve wherever and whenever needed.
- Willing to serve at any camp center or in a different role, when not serving in your primary responsibility.
- If becoming a Lifeguard
- Must be comfortable underwater up to 13 feet.
- Must be able to swim 300 meters without stopping.
- Must be able to tread water for 2 minutes.