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Student Services Advisor, Summer Sessions & Study Abroad (4574U) #24433
Student Services Advisor, Summer Sessions & Study Abroad (4574U) #24433
Summer Sessions & Study Abroad
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The University of California, Berkeley, is one of the world s most iconic teaching and research institutions. Since 1868, Berkeley has fueled a perpetual renaissance, generating unparalleled intellectual, economic and social value in California, the United States and the world. Berkeley s culture of openness, freedom and acceptance academic and artistic, political and cultural make it a very special place for students, faculty and staff.
Berkeley is committed to hiring and developing staff who want to work in a high performing culture that supports the outstanding work of our faculty and students. In deciding whether to apply for a staff position at Berkeley, candidates are strongly encouraged to consider the alignment of the Berkeley Workplace Culture with their potential for success at http://jobs.berkeley.edu/why-berkeley.html.
Application Review Date
The First Review Date for this job is: Tuesday, January 30, 2018
UC Berkeley Summer Sessions is committed to offering high quality, innovative academic courses, and experiential education opportunities during the summer. By opening our doors to visiting students and continuing our service to UC Berkeley students, we support the University s goals of educating a broad and diverse student population. Our commitment to providing superior service and unrivaled learning opportunities extends to our students, campus units and departments, and all external partners.
Berkeley Study Abroad (BSA) supports the academic and public mission of the University of California to prepare our students to be productive and engaged citizens at home and abroad. We believe that knowledge, skills, and experiences gained through academic and cultural immersion offered by studying and living abroad enrich the intellectual preparation of our students and fundamentally enhance the relevance of a Berkeley education.
Student Services Advisor applies professional Student Services concepts in providing a variety of student services to the student population and affiliated international institutions and organizations served by the division, and to management of the international recruitment and affiliate program within the division; makes recommendation of processes or policy improvement with a focus to better service international students and the affiliated representatives; creates in communication materials, including email updates, notifications, website, FAQs and other channels.
Within the division and the Student Services and Systems team, with a focus on affiliated international institutions and organizations, provides student services in the following areas:
Provides advice and assistance to students and international affiliated institution representatives on language and visa requirements
Assists students and affiliated representatives in enrollment, enrollment changes, including cancellation/withdrawals from the program, course selection, other non-degree academic questions, and similar issues.
Recruitment and Admissions
Participates in outreach programs with specifically targeted institutions with the Director of Study Abroad and Affiliate Program Administrator
Advises prospective applicants and international institutions and organizations on necessary academic preparation, application, requirements and other related questions about attending UC Berkeley through the Berkeley Summer Sessions program.
Participates in the processing of the Third Party Contracts for the affiliated international institutions and organizations
Advises students on payment options and deadlines; addresses any payment- and fee-related questions and issues in collaboration with other campus units, the Assistant Director and Affiliate Program Administrator.
Provides information to students and affiliated international institution and organization representatives regarding campus policies and procedures on student conduct
Assists Director of Study Abroad and Affiliate Program Administrator on any conduct-related issue resolution.
Conducts, coordinates, or participates in orientations of new international students and new affiliated international institutions and organizations
Creates materials to be included in the orientation packet or program.
Assists in the planning and implementation of International Student Welcome Receptions and other events planned for the affiliated or prospective international institutions and organizations.
Works with the Student Services and Systems team in assisting all student service processes in Summer Sessions during the high-volume period, all-hands-on-desk situations.
Knowledge of advising and counseling techniques.
Knowledge of University-specific computer application programs and pertinent databases.
Knowledge of University processes and procedures.
Understanding of University rules and regulations.
Interpersonal skills. Multicultural competencies; ability to work with diverse populations.
Skills in service orientation, active listening, critical thinking.
Ability in problem identification, reasoning.
Ability to multi-task, verbal communication, written communication, organization.
- Bachelor's degree in related area and/or equivalent experience/training
Knowledge of the campus-specific systems (Campus Solutions/CalCentral/Slate)
Experience with the federal visa regulations
Experience working with international students, institutions, agencies, or experience in studying abroad
Knowledge of foreign language(s)
Salary & Benefits
Hourly salary range commensurate with experience: $19.73 - $30.08
For information on the comprehensive benefits package offered by the University visit:
How to Apply
Please submit your cover letter and resume as a single attachment when applying.
Conviction History Background
This is a designated position requiring fingerprinting and a background check due to the nature of the job responsibilities. Berkeley does hire people with conviction histories and reviews information received in the context of the job responsibilities. The University reserves the right to make employment contingent upon successful completion of the background check.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights as an applicant see: http://www.eeoc.gov/employers/upload/poster_screen_reader_optimized.pdf
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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
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
Summer Camp Director
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
Summer Academies-Arabic Language Director
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 Resident Camp Arts & Crafts Director
Under the supervision of the Camp Director or Program Director, the Arts and Crafts Director is responsible for the arts and crafts program for resident camp. Scope of
Develop and supervise craft department and craft supplies.
Communicate with Camp Director in developing skill periods offered each skill period.
Organize and set up skill periods for counselors.
Supervise counselors assigned to craft dept.
Organize crafts for twilight and cabin time.
Maintain craft inventory and communicate to Camp Director when supplies are needed.
Organize and set up craft room for skill periods.
Share OD responsibilities.
Assist with over-all supervision of the counselors.
Assist with the over-all functions of the camp daily schedule; evening act., twilight, etc.
Distribute finished crafts to campers at the end of each session.
Make sure all projects are finished to the best of your ability.
Maintain and organize craft room, keeping craft room neat and clean.
At the end of each session, responsible to make sure supplies put away and are readyfor the next session.
Inventory and shut down the craft room at the end of the summer.
Serve as a support and mentor to counselors.
Run and organize morning breakfast meetings.
Maintain high levels of safety standards and enforce all rules for campers and staff.
Keep 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.
Provide leadership to staff training.
Conduct evaluations for counselors. Child Abuse Prevention: Supports the YMCA’s commitment to child abuse prevention by:
Reporting any items that may provide a health or safety hazard to staff, members or guests to your supervisor
Following all policies and procedures related to keeping children safe in our facilities and programs, including those related to the monitoring and supervision of children
Reporting any suspicious behavior and violation of policy and procedures to your supervisor
- Completing all child abuse prevention training as required
Ability to lead, motivate and develop camp staff
Ability to plan, organize and implement arts and craft programs
Ability to work with different age and skill levels of staff and campers
Ability to identify and respond to hazards in camp; such as emergency plan implementation (fire evacuation, illness, injury) ID: 2017-10571 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
Summer Camp Director
A Director is responsible for the direct care and supervision of all campers and Team members, promoting and actively participating in all camp activities, providing a safe and fun learning environment, and serving as a positive role model for campers and Team members. We are seeking motivated team members who believe deeply in the organization’s mission and who display a record of achievement in effective supervision & management of Team members and campers. The candidate must be capable of building positive relationships, providing top-notch customer service and ensuring the safety and well-being of people of all ages. This position will require the candidate to complete multiple tasks simultaneously in a fast-paced environment while maintaining the professional standards of ESF. Directors are employed in the following camps;
Mini Camp: 3 year olds
Day Camp: 4 – 8 year olds
Senior Camp: 9 – 15 year olds
Sports Camp: 6 - 15 year olds
Aquatics: all ages
Group supervision of campers with attention to: behavior and group management, health and safety, security, and personal and skill development
Complete paperwork as assigned
Serve as a positive role model to campers and Team members
Monitor the organization, supervision, and administration of all activities and assemblies
Conduct morning briefings daily with Team
Conduct mid and end of summer Team member evaluations
Assist and support the Site Director in any camp operation or activity
Coordinate daily schedules
Attend all ESF events
Model behavior & group management strategies for groups
Monitor safety and security of all campers and Team Members
Conduct tours of the camp facilities and program areas to prospective camp families when applicable
Oversee sign-in of campers into Club OT
Follow the ESF Code and maintain the ESF Look at all times
Exhibit ESF Core Values at all times and to adhere to all company policies
Other responsibilities as assigned
Understand and support the mission of the organization
The ability to work effectively with others in all levels of the organization in a professional manner
Commitment to the growth and development of youth
Commitment to producing consistent, high-quality work
Excellent judgment, ability to identify problems and works quickly to find solutions
Patient, caring and creative
Flexible, adaptive and a Team player
Desire to make a difference in the life of a child
Previous experience working with children in a supervisory or administrative capacity
Performance management and facilitation experience (preferred) + 1 – 3 years administrative/leadership experience (required)
Staff supervision experience (required)
Teaching certification (preferred)
First Aid/CPR (preferred)
Outstanding communication skills which include the ability to use clear, concise and grammatically correct written and oral language in all aspects of professional interaction with campers, their families, peers, leadership team and the larger community
Reports directly to and takes direction from Site Director.
Ability to push/pull, lift and carry a minimum of 35lbs
Endurance to work outside and on your feet for 6-8 hours per day
Ability to respond to emergency situations which may require running (up to 1 mile in some cases) and climbing stairs.
Good physical condition which enables candidate to execute all responsibilities associated with this position ESF, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All candidates who meet the qualifications are encouraged to apply! ID: 2018-7167 Targeted Job Start Date: 6/11/2018 Targeted Job End Date: 8/17/2018 External Company Name: ESF Camps External Company URL: http://www.esfcamps.com/
Lecturer / Summer Programs Director
We seek a candidate(s) with a commitment to working effectively with undergraduate and introductory level students, faculty, and staff from diverse backgrounds. We also seek a candidate who will work effectively and in coordination with the foundations director. Position beginning in August 2018.
The successful candidate (s) will demonstrate experience in designing and publicizing summer curriculum with the intent of building enrollment in the fine arts and bridge across Schools within the College of Fine Arts, (Visual Art, Music, Dance Theater Film) able to build School/College and community relations, and whose focus is on developing fundamental recruitment opportunities for the BFA major through advancing new initiatives. The successful candidate(s) must also demonstrate strength in strategic communication, with a high level of organizational skills. The successful candidate(s) will be hired to teach four classes across the course of the academic year (Fall and Spring semester) and will serve effectively as an advisor for students and as a coordinator of service learning opportunities.
They must be able to work with program faculty in developing and delivering courses as outlined by the School, including online courses. Additionally, the successful candidate (s) will design and implement new summer curricular opportunities and will oversee successful summer programming during the summer semesters. Participation on School, College and/or University Committees will also be required.
Minimum Qualifications: Foundations teaching experience and a terminal degree in studio art discipline (M.F.A.) Demonstrated experience with overseeing summer program curriculum in studio arts and/or current involvement in designing and teaching summer curriculum in studio arts.
Significant teaching experience in Foundations or in studio arts curriculum. Preference will be given to candidates with an educational focus or documented experience in either digital print photography production or in Foundry techniques. Planning Unit:
College of Fine Arts Department: Art Campus: Athens Applicants may contact this person if they have questions about this position:
Julie Dummermuth, email@example.com, 740.593.4288 Employment Type: Full-Time Regular Advertised Salary: Commensurate with qualifications
Food Service Director Summer Camp - Seasonal Position
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, is a seasonal position, 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.
Responsibilities in Coordination with Head Chef:
• Summer season and a few special events menu planning. Includes special dietary plans (e.g. gluten free, allergies, vegetarian)
• Order all food and supplies, manage inventory as well as distribution to kitchens, and assure freshness/quality
• Oversee the cleanliness and sanitation of all aspects of the food service operation
• Ensure health and safety regulations are being followed
• Supervise the pre-season set up and end of season super cleanups
• Support and participate in waste management and recycling as part of SLC mission
• Achieve a 5 Star food service satisfaction level with staff and campers
• Review camper and staff food service experience. Respond to issues, concerns and complaints
• Contribute suggestions to advance and improve the existing food service
• Recruit, train, supervise and evaluate foodservice staff
• Develop strategies to motivate staff and achieve performance goals
• Create staff work schedules
• Plan and facilitate meetings with food service staff
• Coordinate with Director of Finance to develop, manage and monitor the foodservice budget to meet or exceed targets
• Maintain all relevant vendor relationships
• Act as liaison between the Camp Director and food service staff
• Coordinate with Head Caretaker to assure equipment is operating properly
• Monitor and manage the capital equipment replacement schedule
Director Of Teen Dining Hall Services – California Summer Camp
Job Description: s: Camp Mendocino is a residential summer camp located in Northern California. All Camp Employees are expected to live, sleep and work at Camp from June 11th to August 6th. Camp Mendocino provides meals and lodging for the duration of the employment period. Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco (BGCSF) is dedicated to providing children and teens with safe, fun places to learn and grow, with professional staff to offer support and guidance, serving as caring mentors and role models. One aspect of Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco's programs is Camp Mendocino our residential summer camp. Camp Mendocino is a nationally recognized program where staff members work with youth ages eight to 17 of all backgrounds to help them gain the qualities and skills needed to become responsible citizens and leaders. Camp is located four hours north of San Francisco and spread over 2,000 acres. We provide transportation between San Francisco and Camp at the start and end of the summer. We offer a wide range of activities at Camp including: swimming, a three part challenge course, mountain biking, archery, dance and drama, arts and crafts, environmental education, sports, over night camping, and much more! Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. View other exciting career opportunities with Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco by viewing our webpage at www.kidsclub.org/jobs. The Director of Teen Dining Hall Services (also called Dining Hall Director) supervises and guides a group of 20 to 25 teens, exposes teens to a variety of responsibilities and experiences, and provides coaching and mentoring to teen Leaders in Training. This position specifically works with teens in our on-site dining hall, overseeing teens working in the facility, and ensuring that the dining hall and dish room are clean and functioning at all times. KEY RESPONSIBILITES:
Supervise teens at all times, including transitions and monitor behavior and interactions
Maintain a clean dining hall, including dish washing, mopping and other cleaning on a daily basis
Supervise teens as they set up for meals, clean up the dining hall space, and do dishes after each meal
Hold high standards of cleanliness for the dining hall space
Manage teen Camp experiences and ensure a positive and fun experience
Facilitate mediation, mentoring, and conflict resolution
Ensure teens gain job skills and vocational training
Work as a liaison between teens and staff to sustain a positive, safe, and fun environment
Support teens in personal growth, character development, goal setting, and skill development during their time at Camp
Other duties as specified by direct supervisor Required Experience:
Minimum one year experience supervising teens
Experience in maintaining a high level of cleanliness
Willingness to spend some time independently cleaning and organizing
Ability to provide a high level of supervision and youth development
Demonstrated ability to work effectively with coworkers, parents, and youth
Ability to handle difficult or stressful situations in a professional manner
Being a strong role model
Excellent communication skills
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE PREFERRED:
Experience working with youth in an overnight camp setting
Experience working with youth from disadvantaged circumstances PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Must be able to lift 50lbs.
Must be able to walk on uneven terrain for at least 3 miles
Must be able to be stand for 8 hours (with breaks)
Must be able to work in temperatures ranging from 30° to 100° SCHEDULE: Seasonal position - June 11th to August 6th Keyword: Director of Teen Dining Hall Services – Northern California Residential Camp From: Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco
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