The Assistant Camp Director is a member of the camp Administration Team and is also responsible for the planning and implementation of Girl Scout programs in outdoor settings and for the safeguarding of campers' health, safety, and security. This individual will handle issues concerning bullying, anger management, suicide, LGBTQ identity, mutilation and proper social interactions. This position provides prevention and intervention consultation to the GSNETX Leadership and designated staff on matters concerning mental health and behavioral concerns of girl participants at camp.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (This list may not include all of the duties assigned):
•Responsible for compliance with ACA standards, Texas Department of State Health, GSUSA Policies, and operational procedures, regulations and standards.
•Collaborates with Camp Director and Administration Team to address the administration and coordination of all camp operations, as delegated.
•Responsible for all Camp Director responsibilities, in the event of absence of the Camp Director.
•Serves as and is responsible for being a role model for campers in behavior and attitude while following the Girl Scout Promise and Law and camp procedures.
•Assists in the supervision of all camp staff.
•Assists with camper check-in and check-out processes.
•Helps prepare badge sheets, camper envelopes, and other information sent home with each camper.
•Assists with bus loading and unloading.
•Works to ensure that all campers have a good camping experience, as evidenced by camper and parent evaluations.
•Coordinates the camper evaluation process; collects evaluations from Unit Leaders, reviews all evaluations, and follows-up on any camper concerns or counselor concerns about campers.
•Attends all meals and serves as hostess at camper tables, as needed.
•Attends all gathering times of campers and assists the coordination of activities.
•Attends opening camp fire and closing camp fire and assists with camp-wide announcements and camp-wide programs.
•Performs all other duties, as assigned, or as delegated by the Camp Director.
•Attendance is an essential job requirement defined as having regular, consistent, reliable, punctual and predictable attendance including the ability to work regular and non-regular camp hours and shifts, including weekends.
•Serves as crisis prevention and intervention consultant to the Senior Leadership Team and designated management team members.
•Trains camp/program staff in areas of bullying, anger management, suicide, LGBTQ issues, mutilation and proper social interactions.
•Communicates with camp management on mental health and behavior issues and determines level of crisis: low, medium or high.
•Provides camp management techniques and tools for prevention and intervention in the areas of bullying, anger management, suicide, LGBTQ identity, mutilation and proper social interactions for low level crisis.
•Assess the camp participant for determine level of prevention or intervention, as needed.
•Provides recommendations for course of action to be taken
•Communicates with parent or guardian regarding his/her child
•Collaborates with camp staff to determine follow-up steps to communicate to other campers and staff post incident.
•Implementation of prevention, intervention and follow-up steps plans.
•On call 24/7 during camp season
•Documents all consultations.
•Must have reliable transportation, hold a valid drivers’ license and meet GSNETX driving record & automobile insurance requirements
•Performs other duties, as assigned.