Summer Staff

Position Purpose:

The camp Health Officer will evaluate and treat campers and staff for minor injuries and illnesses,  supervise and insure implementation of medication policies and procedures at camp, keep a log  of Health Center visits, give supportive advice to counselors and other camp staff if requested,  and identify health problems serious enough to require a physician’s attention. The Health Officer must be available to the camp population during operating periods and shall administer safe and proper medical attention to campers as required.

Qualifications:

The presiding Health Officer must be licensed under the following:

  • Physician
  • Registered Nurse
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • First Aid Certified

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Conduct initial health screening for all campers, staff, and volunteers arriving on camp property.
  • Oversee implementation of NLBC’s communicable disease plan, including contact tracing.
  • Must be available at all times during camping operations.
  • Responsible for the health and well being of each camps population.
  • Responsible to implement all health service policies.
  • Responsible to distribute appropriate medications and first-aid as necessary.
  • Provide documentation for all health care service given.
  • Consult with on-call Physician when necessary.
  • Responsible for a secured inventory of all camper medications and other medical and first aid supplies.
  • Assist in the emergency transportation of campers when necessary.
  • Must notify the parents of any camper requiring any emergency medical care.
  • Must not leave NLBC without informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.
  • Must not invite anyone to visit you at camp without first informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.

Qualifications:

  • At least 18+ years of age or a High School graduate.
  • An active member of a church.
  • Has a sincere love for the Lord Jesus Christ and a desire to see campers know and grow in Him.
  • A belief that God called him/her to serve at NLBC.
  • Will uphold NLBC’s philosophy and policies.
  • Has had experience in working with children in a church context or other related ministry.
  • Can demonstrate spiritual guidance of individual campers.

Expectations:

  • Complete attendance at contracted camp session(s).
  • Be willing to be involved in all activities during camp session.
  • Must demonstrate a teachable spirit.
  • Complete staff training as required.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Be at camp ready to serve on your contracted start date.
  • Assist in the registration process at the beginning of each respective camp you are working at.
  • Seek to know the campers during your camp session(s).
  • Be responsible for caring for the emotional, physical, and spiritual needs of individual campers.
  • Be with assigned campers at all times except when given time off or asked to be in charge of another activity.
  • Must focus all your time and attention on assigned campers.
  • Lead devotions each evening and cabin discussion groups as needed.
  • Participate with your campers in all activities (swimming, games, etc.) during the day.
  • Seek to develop a positive, loving relationship with assigned campers.
  • Deal with discipline problems in a firm, loving, and positive manner. Refer difficult conflict to Camp Director(s).
  • Work as a team with the Jr. Counselor(s) assigned to your cabin.
  • Be willing to fill in where there is a need.
  • Be available at each chapel service with regard to counseling for alter calls, music, and other special needs.
  • Be available to lead devotions for your cabin.
  • On the last day of camp session(s) help do camp clean up.
  • Must not leave NLBC without informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.
  • Must not invite anyone to visit you at camp without first informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.

Responsible to Cabin Counselor and Program Director.

Qualifications:

  • At least 16 years of age, and at least two years older than campers in cabin.
  • An active member of a church.
  • Has a sincere love for the Lord Jesus Christ and a desire to see campers know and grow in Him.
  • A belief that God has called him/her to serve as a jr. counselor at NLBC.
  • Will uphold NLBC’s philosophy and policies.

Expectations:

  • Must demonstrate a teachable spirit.
  • Complete attendance at the camp session contracted for.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Be at camp on the day you’ve been contracted to start.
  • Be with your campers at all times, except when given time off or asked to be in charge of another activity.
  • Work with your counselor to lead a devotion during the camp session.
  • Participate with your campers in activities during the day (games, swimming, etc.)
  • Seek to develop a positive, loving relationship with assigned campers.
  • Must not leave NLBC without informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.
  • Must not invite anyone to visit you at camp without first informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.

The camp Lifeguard manages the waterfront area and all water activities of the camp program with coordination from the counseling staff.

Qualifications:

  • A dedicated Christian who is 18 years of age and attending high school or graduated.
  • Holds a current ARC Lifeguard certificate, Professional CPR certificate, and a First Aid certificate.
  • Skilled in leadership for group activities and teaching methods.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Be aware and react to the cleanliness and safety of the waterfront area.
  • Understands, interprets and maintains the camp’s standards and policies.
  • Obeys and enforces all camp rules that apply to staff and campers.
  • Supervises and directs additional waterfront staff.
  • Responsible for the stewardship of camp facilities and equipment; identify problems and work with the Camp Director for resolutions.
  • Organize and enforce the Buddy System.
  • Instruct and assign staff in the case of waterfront emergencies.
  • Must not leave NLBC without informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.
  • Must not invite anyone to visit you at camp without first informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.

Assistant Cook:

  • Must be 18+ years of age and a high school graduate.
  • Assists the supervisor in preparation of camp meals.
  • Assists the supervisor in ordering and inventory of food items.
  • Reports directly to the Food Services Supervisor.
  • Assumes supervisory duties in the absence of the Food Service Supervisor.
  • May be assigned other duties as well.
  • Must not leave NLBC without informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.
  • Must not invite anyone to visit you at camp without first informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.

Kitchen Helpers:

  • Must be 14+ years of age.
  • Assists in meal preparation and other dining room activities.
  • Responsible for the cleaning of bathrooms, chapel, canteen, and other designated areas.
  • Reports directly to the Food Service Supervisor.
  • May be assigned other duties as well.
  • Must not leave NLBC without informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.
  • Must not invite anyone to visit you at camp without first informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.

The Camp Activities Director Position is in charge of the successful day to day running of the camp activities, sports rotation, and events. He/She works closely with all camp counselors to ensure proper training and implementation of programs and activities. Including, but not limited to: planning, organization, training, etc.

General Duties:

  • Report to respective camp by 10:00am on registration day, supervise registration day planned activity.
  • Obeys and enforces all camp rules applicable to staff and campers.
  • Set an example in speech and conduct for the campers.
  • Plan sports, waterfront activities, and other activities relative to the respective camp.
  • Be aware and react to the cleanliness and safety of camp grounds and waterfront area.
  • Responsible for the stewardship of camp facilities and equipment, identify problems and work with the Program Director for resolutions.
  • Assist and support areas where need arises.
  • Utilize your talents and abilities to furnish ideas and suggestions for improving the program.
  • Reports directly to the Program Director.
  • Must not leave NLBC without informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.
  • Must not invite anyone to visit you at camp without first informing and receiving permission from the Program Director.

Volunteer Opportunities!

Spring Work Days

May 15th & June 5th

Come join us at New Life Bible Camp for two days filled with hard work and fellowship as we clean up the camp and prepare to open it up for the 2021 Camping Season. Lunch both days will be provided.

Special Projects

Contact Seth Maxwell to schedule a time to help us tackle a special project at camp!

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