Girl Scouts San Diego Summer Camp Business Manager in San Diego, California
Summer Camp Business Manager
Job Tracking ID: 512393-616124
Job Location: San Diego , CA
Job Level: Management
Level of Education: Any
Job Type: Seasonal
Date Updated: April 12, 2018
Years of Experience: Any
Starting Date: June 8, 2018
Classification: Summer Camp Jobs
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Under moderate supervision maintains supplies, oversees on site drop off /pick up and communicates with Council about busses; communicates professionalism with parents; coordinates with kitchen regarding dietary needs and pack outs; assists with e-camp activities, supports the camp director in all facets of the camp program.
Delivers materials, food and supplies to units and out based activities.
Responsible for purchasing camp supplies to include coordination of regular session shopping trips and places orders for supplies with approved vendors. Reviews and replenishes all camp supply inventories.
Responsible for daily camper blog; taking and uploading camper photos; printing parent e-mails and distributing; and overall management of e-camp software.
Oversees bus stop and on site drop off/pick up procedures and operations, including but not limited to camper/parent check-in, managing bus chaperones, and coordinating with council employees.
Assists staff with other duties, to include but not limited to, participation in overall camp operations, as directed.
Communicates dietary needs and pack out requests with the Kitchen Manager.
Responsible for inspection, repair and storage of camp equipment as needed.
Coordinates and participates in delivery of luggage on change days.
Transports campers and staff as needed.
Assists in maintenance, program and other camp areas as assigned by supervisor.
Receives and executes daily task lists from camp director.
Assists with food service and cleaning, as assigned.
Oversees delivery and retrieval of U.S. mail and electronic mail for campers and staff.
Maintains clear and positive written and verbal communication with all internal and external clients.
Contributes to the diversity emphasis of the council by ensuring that all materials, activities and programs are sensitive to and reflective of the interest, values and needs of persons of all racial/ethnic groups, cultures, religions and abilities.
Adheres to all council policies and procedures.
Observes all safety precautions and complies with all council health and safety rules and procedures.
Serves as a lead facilitator of archery or challenge course, as assigned.
Supervises inventory of miscellaneous program supplies including camping equipment, t-shirts and patches and office supplies.
Perform other duties, as assigned.
Experience and Skills:
Must be 21 years of age
Must be willing to obtain a Class B license
Must be able to obtain current First Aid/CPR certification by first day of campers’ arrival
Must submit health history record prior to first day of work
Attends support staff meetings
Attends staff meetings
Attends staff and in-service training during the summer
Ability to interact with all age levels
Valid drivers’ license, proof of insurance and access to reliable transportation. Daily and/or occasional travel may be required. Must be comfortable driving narrow, winding mountain roads with passengers in mini or cargo vans
Willingness to accept the beliefs and principles of the Girl Scout Movement and acceptance of the relevant and compelling benefits of Girl Scouting