Director Summer Sessions Job Description Sample
Faculty Workload Manager - Evening And Summer Sessions
POSITION DETAILS New York City College of Technology of the City University of New York serves over 17,000 students in its degree granting programs. The Evening and Summer Sessions Office assists in the administration of evening, weekend, and summer classes by supporting the workload processing of adjunct and Instructional staff. The office collects, maintains, and provides information related to adjunct faculty and staff workloads and payroll. The Evening and Summer Sessions Office Manager plays an important role in the onboarding of over 1000 adjunct faculty members each semester, ensures compliance with the collective bargaining agreement and works collaboratively with the three Schools, the Office of Faculty and Staff Relations, the Business Office, the Payroll Office and others, to ensure accurate record keeping and efficiencies between departments. The office provides customer service related to payment of adjunct instructional staff. Reporting to the Associate Provost, the Manager of the Evening and Summer Sessions Office (Faculty Workload Manager) oversees all activities of the Evening and Summer Sessions Office. Duties include, but are not limited to:
Establish annual goals and targets and report on outcomes. Initiate and advance strategies to further advance Evening and Summer Sessions Office support of adjunct personnel.
Manage and streamline workflows across departments for adjunct faculty related matters and implement best business practices.
Assist management with developing strategic plans, evaluating outcomes and ensuring compliance with legal requirements.
Manage the day to day operations of the office and staff. Supervise, schedule and evaluate staff
Manage data, procedures, and reporting of workloads for adjunct faculty each semester. Run and request queries to mine data for needed operations and analysis.
Maintain information on scheduling changes, including class trips, cancelled classes and workload histories to ensure appropriate payroll corrections. Process advance requests.
Ensure that information on faculty workload complies with the collective bargaining agreement and is accurately collected, entered, and maintained in CUNYfirst. Provide support and instruction to the departments and other offices as needed.
Review Adjunct workload, waiver requests and substitute service and identify issues related to reassigned time, overloads, multiple positions, and summer compensation of instructional staff. Ensure compliance
Work with academic department personnel, the deans’ offices, the Office of Faculty and Staff Relations and others to ensure smooth reporting process and effective interactions.
Develop documents and procedures to ensure accurate record keeping and enforcement of policies.
Manage the preparation and transmission of reappointment letters to all adjunct instructors and staff.
Keep academic areas current on University and College-wide policies and procedures for workload and multiple- position reporting and processing. Prepare and distribute packets related to course management, guidelines and procedures, and calendars. Maintain up to date information on the Evening and Summer Sessions website.
Collaborate with the Offices of Human Resources and Budget on annual University reports; and prepare and submit internal and external reports. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree and six years’ related experience required.
Knowledge of CUNYFirst or Oracle/People Soft software considered a plus.
Proven ability to prioritize and manage multiple assignments and projects simultaneously, and follow through on issues in a timely manner.
Must be self-motivated, highly resourceful, well-organized, detail-oriented, and flexible.
Ability to work with others for the good of the institution.
Commitment to high standards.
Competence in using technology to store and access large amounts of information.
Understanding of the university and the college’s mission in the context of the Evening and Summer Sessions Office. CUNY TITLE OVERVIEW Manages data, procedures, and reporting of faculty activities such as workload at a large campus or unit.
Assures information on faculty workload is accurately collected, entered, and maintained in automated systems, providing instruction and advice as needed
Reviews, identifies issues, and reports on complex practices such as reassigned time, overloads, multiple positions, and summer chair compensation
Works with academic department personnel, including Chairs, to assure a smooth reporting process
Utilizes faculty workload data to help plan related activities such as faculty scheduling and classroom coverage
Develops, documents, and has authority to enforce policies and procedures
Supervises professional and office staff as needed
Performs related duties as assigned. CUNY TITLE Higher Education Associate FLSA Exempt COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS Salary commensurate with education and experience. CUNY's benefits contribute significantly to total compensation, supporting health and wellness, financial well-being, and professional development. We offer a range of health plans, competitive retirement/pension benefits and savings plans, tuition waivers for CUNY graduate study and generous paid time off. Our staff also benefits from the extensive academic, arts, and athletic programs on our campuses and the opportunity to participate in a lively, diverse academic community in one of the greatest cities in the world. HOW TO APPLY Visit www.cuny.edu, access the employment page, log in or create a new user account, and search for this vacancy using the Job ID or Title. Select "Apply Now" and provide the requested information. Candidates should provide a resume and cover letter. CLOSING DATE Open until filled with review of resumes to begin November 16, 2017. JOB SEARCH CATEGORY CUNY Job Posting: Managerial/Professional EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer. Job Title: Faculty Workload Manager - Evening and Summer Sessions
Job ID:* 17689 Location: NYC College of Technology
Full/Part Time:* Full-Time
Summer Academies -Chinese Language Director
Job Description: s: POSITION SUMMARY: Language Directors are part of a community that creates an intensive four-week immersion program for middle and high school students each summer. Located on two campuses in Vermont, Middlebury Interactive Languages’ Summer Academies offers students the opportunity to study Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, French, German, or Spanish with skilled language educators. The Language Director is a senior administrator that works in close consultation with full-time MIL staff and Summer Site Manager to implement the Summer Residential Academy Immersion Curriculum, guidelines, and policies. The Language Director leads a team of experienced educators and residential staff to create a unique immersion academic program. The Language Director will report to the Director of Summer Academies in the pre-season and to the Summer Site Manager during the program. At the Academy, students of five languages learn via a specially designed Summer Residential Academy Immersion Curriculum. All instructional staff are required to participate in pre-season curriculum training to understand the educational mission and vision and to master and implement the immersion curriculum by adopting and practicing the Middlebury Immersion Methodology. All staff and students adopt the Language Pledge™, modified as needed for the student age group and language level so that a full immersion environment is created. The Language Director is responsible for coaching his/her team of teachers pre- and during-season toimplement the Immersion Curriculum and to monitor both teacher and student performance. He/she is proactive and is able to solve problems professionally, with the goal of maintaining a successful summer academy. The Language Director ensures that their language team is following all Academy policies and guidelines. The Language Director is responsible for all aspects of programming in his/her Academy. He/she works closely with MIL staff and staff on-site to create a comprehensive co-curricular experience for students and to ensure that staff and students are engaged and focused. Required Experience: RESPONSIBILITIES: Pre-Season
Act as the master teacher to coach teachers on the Summer Residential AcademyImmersion Curriculum
Provide coaching to newly hired/returning teachers/ALD on the curriculum.
Monitor/ensure teacher’s/ALD’s completion of pre-season curriculum training sessions.
Ensure high-quality Cultural Exploration classes are developed.
Work with teachers and residential staff to create comprehensive co-curricular program.
Participate in planning orientation training sessions Interviewing/Hiring of Academy staff
Provide timely interviews for language teachers and language checks for residential staff hiring utilizing methods and tools provided and working collaboratively with full-time staff. Plan academy events
Coordinate all plans for academy field trips and guest performers aligning with budget.
Provide input to and oversight of residential staff in coordination of activity program.
Participate in planning orientation training sessions and delivering training in those sessions as appropriate. Training
Attend one weekend in-person training session in Vermont; dates to be determined. Program Administration
Work in close cooperation with Assistant Language Director and other site administrators to ensure success of all aspects of the academy
Accept leadership position in addressing academic violations utilizing appropriate interventions and strategies in a timely and effective manner.
Communicate with parents concerning academic matters and Language Pledge violations.
Work in collaboration with site administrators to solve problems. Provide hands-on coaching to teaching staff to implement the Immersion Curriculum
Lead orientation sessions for faculty and residential staff.
Demonstrate refined leadership and management skills in leading daily faculty meetings and planning sessions ensuring open and participative communication is consistently present in daily meetings and with other administrators.
Conduct frequent class observations and provide effective, meaningful feedback to faculty. Solidify plans for and execute Academy events and co-curricular programming
Use excellent project management skills to plan for and execute Academy events and co-curricular programming. Professional
Participate in Academy programming.
Work to continually maintain a high-quality summer Academy through interaction, participation and visibility throughout the program.
Support the Language Pledge.
Communicate professionally and effectively to parents, students and other staff.
Provide meaningful feedback to students.
Work with other faculty, staff, and site administrators to create a successful Academy.
Complete evaluations, reports and other documentation in a timely manner.
Maintain comprehensive knowledge and utilization of the Academy policies and procedures to create a safe, supportive, rewarding environment for students and staff. Position Supervisory
Oversees Assistant Language Director and Teachers POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
Current language educators and/or administrators with experience with middle/high school level students
A minimum of five years of world language teaching experience required
Native or near-native mastery of the target language and culture Additional
Well-versed in current world language pedagogy.
Teacher training and professional development experience strongly preferred. Keyword: Language Director From: Middlebury Interactive Languages
Summer Camp Director
Job Description: s: Job Summary Camp Timbercrest is located in Randolph, New York and encompasses approximately 988 acres of woodland paths, sunny meadows, ponds, streams, hills and pristine wilderness. The camp facilities include a 31 acre lake, central dining hall, infirmary, shower house, cabin and platform tent units, lodges, sports and archery areas, western horseback riding with an outdoor riding ring and numerous riding trails. Camp Timbercrest provides programs for girls entering grades 1-12. There are mini sessions along with one week sessions available. The camp programs include horseback riding, swimming, out-of-camp wilderness trips and much more. Camp Timbercrest is accredited by the American Camp Association.
The Summer Camp Director (Resident Camp) of Camp Timbercrest is a Seasonal Full Time Exempt position who is responsible for managing the Summer Camp (Resident Camp) program under the safety regulations and guidelines of Girl Scouts of WNY, Girl Scouts of the USA, NYSHD and ACA. He or she is responsible for the total operation and must be an organizer, administrator and educator for staff, campers, parents and visitors to camp. Key Responsibilities include the following duties; other duties may be assigned as needed by the Girl Scouts of Western New York :
Required to become a member of the Girl Scouts of the USA at time of employment.
Must complete and pass the State Clearance form, as well as, the Prospective Children’s Camp Director Certified Statement form.
Attend mandatory monthly camp director meetings from January to June.
Attend mandatory supervisors weekend in May (date and time to be determined)
Must attend mandatory administrative assistant & store manager training meeting in June (date and time to be determined)
Must adhere to strict deadlines provided by the Director of Outdoor Program.
Assist the Director of Outdoor Program in securing staff attendance at the March/April camp fair.
Develops professional goals for the summer that will help support and meet GSWNY’s mission and camp goals.
Assist the Director of Outdoor Program in recruiting, interviewing, selecting, training and supervising of all camp staff while adhering to legal and GSUSA standards.
Keep open lines of communication with the Director of Outdoor Program on a daily basis .
Supervise 7 direct reports: Assistant Camp Director/Program Director, Camp Business Manager, Waterfront Director, Riding Director, Head Cook, Health Supervisor, and Behavior Specialist.
Works with the camp administrative team on developing and implementing the pre-camp training schedule.
Provide opportunities for specialized staff training sessions including, but not limited to rabies, behavior management, child abuse recognition report training, risk management and New York State Health Department standards.
Work with camp administrative team ( Assistant Camp/Program Director Village Director & Behavior Specialist) on unit placement of staff appropriately.
Maintain staff personnel files with assistance from the Sr. VP of Human Resources.
Motivate and encourage staff to plan, present, and maintain effective programs to ensure the campers’ wellbeing, fun and happiness.
In consultation with the Director of Outdoor Program, make adjustments in camp program and staff to assure a smooth flow of camp operation.
Complete forms and maintain records as necessary for the successful operation of camp.
Conduct written performance evaluations of direct reports at mid -season and at the end of season.
Help the staff to grow and develop by making yourself available as a listener, leader and confidant.
Review all staff performance evaluations at mid and end of season.
Carry out sound and efficient business procedures in accordance with the council’s business policies.
Administer the camp budget and control expenditures within the council’s framework.
Ensure good public relations and provide friendly customer service to all campers, families, staff and visitors.
Maintain a professional appearance in the camp community, while modeling responsible behavior for camp staff.
Ensure accountability to Girl Scout standards and governing requirements for camp operation, including, but not limited to: GSUSA’s Activity Checkpoints, NYSDOH and ACA.
Work with the VP of Asset Management and his staff to coordinate and supervise the safe use of camp property and equipment.
Oversee the development and practice of emergency drills and health procedures. Emergency drills need to be conducted at least once a week and follow NYSDOH guidelines.
Works with camp administrative team to conduct nightly rounds of the camp property.
Will share the responsibility, with the other administrative team, for required on property weekend coverage.
Responsible for the safety and well-being of campers and staff.
Participates in all aspects of camp including pre-camp, open house and post camp.
Attends staff meetings when scheduled/necessary.
Assure that behavior management techniques are correctly applied to conflicts with children when necessary. Report incidents and accidents to supervisor immediately.
Report suspected child abuse to supervisor immediately.
Supervise and work to close camp at the end of season.
Prepare a final report detailing the camp’s operation and remit to the Director of Outdoor Program by specific time specified.
Complete all business and financial responsibilities before the close of camp.
Submit a list of suggested repairs to the VP of Asset Management.
Must submit all required paperwork, health forms, staff files, camp director’s binder, etc. to the Director of Outdoor Program on the last day of resident camp.
Willingness to abide by the policies and practices of the Girl Scouts of Western New York, Inc.
Required to stay on the property during hours of operation (Sunday 10:00am to Friday 9:00pm).
Accepts other responsibilities as deemed necessary by the Director of Outdoor Program and/or the Senior Director of Girl Experience. Required Experience: Qualifications and Skills
Minimum age: 25 per Department of Health
At least 3 years of experience in an administrative, supervisory camp position.
Background in child development, education, and/or related field.
Possess valid driver’s license and be cleared to drive the council’s leased/owned vehicles through the council’s insurance agency.
Demonstrate ability to guide/supervise other adults.
Certified Sex Offender Registry and Criminal Background Check will be completed for personnel file.
Desire and ability to work with and relate to children and one’s peers in an outdoor environment.
Current certification in Responding to Emergencies and CPR or individual is willing to complete certification course during designated training day.
Prior camp experience and/or interest in the Girl Scout camping program.
Willingness to place the needs of girls and camp above personal desires.
Stamina necessary to work in the camp setting.
Demonstrate sound problem solving techniques.
The acceptance of irregular work hours.
The acceptance and understanding that employment is at a resident (overnight) camp.
Assist the campers in emergency situations.
Lift 35 pounds.
Possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision.
Demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of campers.
Participate in structured and unstructured activities.
Accept and follow directions both in verbal and written form. Keyword: Seasonal, Camp, Girl Scouts, Summer Camp, Resident Camp From: Girl Scouts of Western NY
Assoc Producer - Talent Recording Sessions
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In studio direction and coaching of commentary talent
Keeping a strict schedule to capture required content as defined by producer/designer
Creates and fosters an environment that makes talent want to come to record each day
Interfacing with Script Writer to ensure he is aligned with the scripts
Drive quality of recordings in alignment with scripts
Is able to align talent with the creative vision and objectives
Protects the talent’s voices: ensuring talent’s voices are not being overused—makes the call to reschedule a session should there be any signs of fatigue on vocal quality
Provide an energetic and fun atmosphere for the talent to come into each session
Follows up post session with design/production team to communicate content recorded
Detects any vocal anomalies during session that will compromise signal chain/work with board engineer to correct What does EA look for:
Ability to prioritize and make decisions on the fly
Comfortable around talent/makes talent feel comfortable
Is able to interface with talent with different personality types in different ways – no one size fits all solution when it comes to how talent responds to feedback or coaching
Not afraid to give constructive and positive feedback to talent
Will not give negative feedback to talent, but rather find a positive angle to achieve the desired results
Strong communication skills
Knowledge of Madden/NBA Live/sports video game commentary – to ensure content recorded will fit within the framework of how our users play the game EA is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, ancestry, pregnancy, age, sexual orientation, marital status, protected veteran status, medical condition or disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Assistant Director Of Early Childhood Education And Summer Camp Director
Principal Responsibilities: The ECLC Assistant Director reports directly to the Director of Early Childhood and will work closely with her and the Administrative team to support JCC Early Childhood's vision of excellence, goals and strategy ensuring the highest quality program is offered to the communities we serve.The ECLC Assistant Director will provide direct support and mentorship to teachers in the Early Childhood programs on a daily basis. She/He will have direct oversight of our Summer Camp Yeladim program. The Assistance Director will have strong knowledge of developmentally appropriate practices.The ECLC Assistant Director ensures teachers growth and professional development, as well as guides and facilitates the Reggio inspired pedagogy. The Assistance Director will also promote cooperation, participation and harmony within the Faculty and convey a sense of collegiality and professionalism in the collaborative environment. The ECLC Assistant Director will participate in center-wide functions, events and initiatives and will serve as a resource to and provide appropriate support and feedback to the Teaching Faculty. The Assistant Director participates in ECLC Leadership Team meetings and Merage JCC Staff meetings. This is an exempt full time position.Competitive salary and full benefit package including moving expenses.
Master's Degree a plus
Knowledge of Reggio practices a plus
Knowledge of Jewish Holidays a plus
Minimum of 5-10 years of experience teaching in early childhood education.
Administrative experience a plus
Demonstrated proficiency with computer software: including MS Word, Excel, Publisher, and Outlook.
Demonstrated effective written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills; customer-service orientation with specific strength in diplomacy and discretion strongly preferred.
Demonstrated ability to work effectively, both independently and as part of a team.
The Merage Jewish Community Center of Orange County, California is located centrally in beautiful Irvine, Newport Beach and Newport Coast, California. The Merage JCC is located in a 220,000 sq. ft. full service modern building on the Samueli Jewish Campus. With over 3,000 family units, it has a suburban feel even though it is only 45 minutes from Los Angeles and 1 hour and 15 minutes from San Diego. The Orange County Jewish Community is home to approximately 100,000 Jews, many of whom use the J as their destination for Jewish life. Date Posted: 10/10/2017 Title: Assistant Director of Early Childhood Education and Summer Camp Director
JCC:* Merage JCC of Orange County
Location:* Irvine, CA
Food Service Director Summer Camp
Surprise Lake Camp, founded in 1902, is a non-profit summer resident camp located about one- hour North of New York City in
Cold Spring, New York.
The Food Service Director, in coordination with the Head Chef, has primary responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the two SLC kitchens and four family style dining rooms. Serving up to 650 people, three meals/day.
This position is seasonal from May (exact day to be determined) through Labor Day, 5 days/week, 6 days/week during the 8 weeks camp is in session. Several days required during March and April (possible to schedule these days on weekdays or weekends) for pre-season preparation.
Salary: Competitive and commensurate with experience Housing: On-site housing is provided
- Experienced in high volume food preparation and management
- Experienced in commercial kitchen operations
- Experienced in supervising, coaching and training staff
- Must be highly organized, and self- motivated
- Need to work well in a fast-paced summer camp environment
- Know health department regulations
- Superior interpersonal and communication skills
- Experienced in safe food service operations
- ServSafe certification required or to be acquired before summer season
- Resume required. Any offer of employment will be contingent on satisfactory receipt of background checks. These may include references, drug and/or alcohol testing, driver’s license checks and criminal background check.
Order all food and supplies, manage inventory as well as distribution to kitchens, and assure freshness/quality
Ensure health and safety regulations are being followed
Support and participate in waste management and recycling as part of SLC mission
Review camper and staff food service experience. Respond to issues, concerns and complaints
Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate foodservice staff
Create staff work schedules
Act as liaison between the Camp Director and food service staff
Monitor and manage the capital equipment replacement schedule
Summer Resident Camp Aquatic Director
Be Part of Our Mission The mission of the YMCA of Metro Chicago is to develop strong children, families and communities across Metropolitan Chicago through academic readiness, character development, violence prevention, fitness and healthy living. Our network of 23 membership centers, five camps, early learning, school-aged and other programs at 100+ sites in the city and suburbs provides everyone with a safe place to learn, play and grow. In this role, you'll be an integral part of ensuring the YMCA continues to be a leader in making our city a world-class place to live and raise a family. So you're not just impacting a bottom line, you're impacting people and communities all over Chicagoland.
Under the direct supervision of the Camp Director or Program Director, the aquatic director coordinates and supervises the day to day operation of the waterfront or pool programs in resident camp. Scope and
Organize interesting and safe programs that meet the camper's needs.
Train staff in pool/waterfront safety standards and emergency procedures.
Maintain high levels of safety standards and enforce strict safety standard rules at aquatic areas.
Maintain high levels of lifeguard duty; pull any staff person not upholding those high standards.
Assist with the over-all functions of the camp daily schedule.
Responsible for the overall safety and cleanliness of all aquatic areas and its equipment.
Assist to supervise counselors.
Assist in organizing and teaching waterfront search and supervise practice drills.
Responsible for security of the aquatic areas.
Supervise camp staff working the aquatic areas.
Supervise and organize additional aquatic activities, i.e., swim parties, blobbing, etc.
Responsible for aquatic keys loaned out to staff wanted to swim on time off.
Report all injuries and complete required forms to the Camp Director/Program Director.
Maintain a positive attitude.
Assist in keeping the camp looking nice-pick up litter- it can be contagious.
Deal with any staff management issues promptly- You are committing to report any staff issues to the Camp Director immediately. You are expected to not ask your staff do to anything that you would not do yourself.
Evaluate camper swimming ability at the beginning of every session.
Organize pool lifeguard rotations daily.
Assist in initiation of a strict and efficient water safety program for the entire camp in keeping with the American Camping Association, YMCA, and Red Cross requirements.
Be on the pool deck at all times, never leave the deck unattended.
Serve as a positive role model for staff and campers set example of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
Follow opening and closing procedures for all aquatic areas. Follow opening and closing procedures for all aquatic areas. Responsible to be sure aquatic areas are locked up and secured while not in use.
Provide leadership to staff training.
Assist in conducting evaluations for counselors.
Plan and implement camp pool and/or waterfront programs and activities
Supports the commitment of the YMCA to child abuse prevention by:
Report any items that may provide a health or safety hazard to staff, members or guests to your supervisor.
Follow all policies and procedures related to keeping children safe in our facilities and programs, including those related to the monitoring and supervision of children.
Report any suspicious behavior and violation of policy and procedures to your supervisor.
Complete all child abuse prevention training as required. Requirements and
Current Lifeguard certification
Current CPR and First Aid Certification (within the last year)
At least 1 year aquatics and supervisory experience
Proficient in swimming and safety skills.
Must pass a water skills test and written exam.
Must be mentally alert to dangerous situations in order to assure the safety of all swimmers. Physically and mentally able to respond to emergencies and administer CPR and First Aide effectively.
Physical mobility to properly use aquatic equipment to rescue a 200lb person. Physically able to see, hear, and communicate clearly.
Able to read, write, and perform basic math to complete daily chemical logs and individual must possess strong organizational, budgetary, computer and communication skills, written and verbal.
Ability to communicate and work with all ages of campers and skill levels ID: 2017-10543 Center: Camp Duncan Street: 32405 North Highway 12 Hours per Week: 40
Variable Schedule: Hours vary based on schedule External Company Name: YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago External Company URL: www.ymcachicago.org/careers
Camp Site Director Summer 2018
Applicants must be able to attend one of the following Group Interviews: Friday, January 5 (10:00a-12:00p), Saturday, January 6 (10:00a-12:00p), Sunday, January 21 (10:00a-12:00p), or Saturday, January 27 (10:00a-12:00p). Applicants will be sent information regarding the group interview after the application is received.
QUALIFICATIONS Individuals 18 years or older, preferably at least 21 who have experience working with children and possess the following: at least 2 years of a variety of camping, educational, and/or outdoor-environmental education work experience; knowledge of age characteristics and appropriate activities for children; ability to supervise staff; maturity, good judgment and leadership ability. CPR, First Aid and AED certification required or willingness to obtain within 2 weeks. DUTIES Under the direction and supervision of the Youth Recreation Supervisor and the Manager of Youth and Early childhood Programs the site director is responsible for the direct supervision of program participants, program staff and the planning and implementation of age-appropriate activities.
The Site Director is required to be on site, supervise staff, be responsible for programs at specific sites, work well with parents, and assist with facility requirements. SDL2017
Summer Camp Director
Purpose/Scope of Responsibility Camp Sol Taplin is one of the largest Jewish Day camps in South Florida. It is an 8 week camp, serving approximately 850 children from 2 years old to rising 10th graders in our CIT program.
The Camp Director is responsible for the planning, programming, budget, operations, implementation, staffing and camper recruitment of a high quality Jewish Day Camp with additional year round programming responsibilities. It is expected that this staff person will infuse all of our camps with Jewish programming and atmosphere and will serve as a catalyst, motivator and innovator of programs, and services that will cultivate relationships with families via participation at our various camps while providing the highest quality day camping programs and services. Duties Include, but are not limited to:
Run the day to day operations of the summer camp and be responsible for all on and off site camp programs Develop new specialty camp ideas and articulate vision for traditional camp programs to ensure camp is attractive in the growing competitive market Responsible for all logistical and administrational preparations for camp to include: food, transportation, field trips, overnight trips, HR, accounting, campus Hire, train, and supervise camp staff throughout the year Maintain and review records and evaluations of all programs, operations, staff and facilities Responsible for budget planning and implementation and meeting budgetary goals Manage all contractual requirements including vendors, specialty camp leaders and transportation Attend and coordinate Camp Committee meetings Maintain state licensing for all programs and accreditation ensuring that camp complies with all applicable rules/regulations related to licensing and accreditation Responsible for the development, planning and implementation of Camp 365 Partner with other JCC staff to ensure best practices and highest quality in the crowded marketplace Work with the JCC Association and JAFI to bring Summer Shlichim to the community Ensure safety and security protocols are in place and practiced Marketing and Recruitment: plan and execute a Day Camp marketing strategy in conjunction with JCC Marketing Director including: camp brochure, Ads, press releases and promotional pieces, Parent manual and all parent packet materials and all camp forms Recruitment of campers through participation in-person meetings, camp fairs, parlor meetings, etc. Coordinate marketing efforts to ensure enrollment and participation in programs. This entails coordination with the JCC Marketing Department and Membership
Bachelor Degree in related field is preferred Proven experience in Leadership and directing camp programs Jewish programming knowledge and experience is preferred Ability to form warm relationships with multiple constituencies, including parents, campers, staff and lay leaders Ability to multi-task effectively under pressure Minimum two years supervisory experience Strong problem solving and analytical abilities An understanding of Jewish life, customs and traditions is preferred Working knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook) Excellent written and verbal communication skills Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications To apply for this position please email drorgmarjcc.org Please include a resume, cover letter and salary requirements. Agency Information:
The Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center is dedicated to the enrichment of Jewish life and community; fostering the spiritual, emotional, and physical development of its members through all of lifes stages and circumstances; and strengthening the connection with the people and culture of Israel, along with other Jewish communities throughout the world. The MAR-JCC represents a model of acceptance, understanding, and diversity. People look at the MAR-JCC as a Center of excellence that epitomizes how shared Jewish values support a vibrant and evolving constituency.
The MAR-JCC is open to the entire community, regardless of race, religion, or national origin. SDL2017
Academic Program Coordinator, Pre-College & Summer Session Programs
Job Description: The Academic Program Coordinator (APC) serves as a member of a team who provide logistical support for programs, instructors, courses, and services offered through the School of Professional Studies’ Pre-College and Undergraduate Programs.
Annually, these programs offer over 350 courses in a variety of formats and structures (credit and non-credit; on campus, online, and off-site, including international locations; 1-7 weeks and 9 months long), approximately 500 instructors (Brown faculty, graduate students, and visiting instructors) and undergraduate and graduate student Teaching Associates/Assistants, serving approximately 6,000 pre-college and undergraduate students. The team members work under the direction of the Assistant Director of Academic Program Coordination and in support of Program Directors. The team members provide year-round support for programs by maintaining course and instructor databases, communicating with instructors regarding all aspects of courses (including the details of course offerings, class schedules, classroom needs, media support, computing support, and fieldtrip logistics); ensuring Director of Graduate Studies’ approval of graduate students instructing; and facilitating the flow of timely and accurate information between instructors, department staff, and Program Directors, as well as several SPS operational areas (including admissions, enrollment, payroll, and finance) and University offices (including Resident Life and Environmental Health and Safety, the Registrar’s office, academic departments, etc). While each APC has responsibility for supporting specific programs in all these ways, each needs to be familiar with the broad range of processes and details affecting all programs.
APCs also assist with supporting other SPS programs and services as needed, eg. preparing and staffing events, front desk coverage, joining in employment searches, and so on. Responsibilities include but not limited to:
Effectively solicit, track, and communicate course and program information from and to multiple constituencies including SPS program directors and operations, instructors, departmental staff and managers, Directors of Graduate Studies, University offices, and the rest of the APC team.
Implement logistical needs of programs, instructors, and courses, which includes managing and coordinating the provision of services by other University departments and outside vendors.
Provide general operational support for SPS programs and respond to request for project support within the APC team, as needed.This is a 12 month, regular and recurring part-time position which requires 25 hours per week (67% FTE)Position requires close attention to detail, ability to work in a highly collaborative environment, ability to change priorities to address immediate needs, to problem solve and seek help when needed, work quickly and accurately, maintain professional decorum when faced with problems to solve, work with multiple professional staff including graduate students, post-docs, faculty, university departments, and outside vendors. The person must have a high tolerance for working in a fast paced environment, be able to acclimate to changes due to the growing nature of this department, and do so with a consistently positive attitude. QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree and 2 to 4 years of relevant experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience in higher education preferred.
Excellent written and oral communication proficiency, including the use of email and telephone
Computer proficiency and experience working with spreadsheets, databases and an enterprise system such as Banner preferred
Complete working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite required, and Google products.
Strong attention to detail
Team-oriented, professional, collaborative and strong work ethic
Ability to problem solve and prioritize multiple competing priorities effectively
Appreciation of the issues and values related to diversity and inclusion in a workplace and an academic setting. BACKGROUND CHECK:
Criminal and Education PLEASE NOTE: A completed application consists of a cover letter and resume. Recruiting Start Date: 2017-11-19-08:00 Job Posting Title:
Academic Program Coordinator, Pre-College & Summer Session Programs Department: School of Professional Studies Grade: Grade 8 Worker Type:
Employee Worker Sub-Type: Regular Time Type: Part time Scheduled Weekly Hours: 25 Submission Guidelines:
Please note that in order to be considered an applicant for any staff position at Brown University you must submit an application form for each position for which you believe you are qualified. Applications are not kept on file for future positions. Please include a cover letter and resume with each position application.
Still Have Questions? If you have any questions you may contact firstname.lastname@example.org. EEO Statement:
Brown University is an E-Verify Employer. Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, Brown considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status. Welcome! Founded in 1764, Brown is a leading institution for education, discovery, and global intellectual progress as well as one of the largest employers in Rhode Island.
Working at Brown brings more than just a paycheck and generous benefits; it offers an opportunity to contribute to a greater good. Join us in supporting the pursuit of knowledge and individual growth that defines higher education and enriches our community. Additional Information:
Salaries for new hires at Brown usually fall between the minimum and midpoint of the salary range for the position grade. More information about our salary ranges can be found here. Attachments: Attachments are required for your job application at Brown.
Please attach your resume, cover letter, letter(s) of reference or other application details for review as part of your application to Brown University. Questions Submitting Your Application: If you have questions about submitting your application, please contact email@example.com.
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