Summer Camp Asst Supervisor

Job Title: Summer Camp Assistant Supervisor 
Position Type: Full Time/Seasonal Exempt
40+ Hours Per Week, Some Weekend, Night and Holiday Work Required 
Approximate start date - end of May; Approximate end date – end of August. 
Salary: $300 - $500/week (prorated if less than 5 days/week)
Location: National Ability Center Ranch, Park City, Utah
Supervisor: Camps & Custom Groups Supervisor

National Ability Center

Summer Camp Assistant Supervisor 

National Ability Center, a rapidly growing national nonprofit, seeks a Summer Camp Assistant Supervisor to provide a safe, caring and fun environment for campers with varying cognitive and physical abilities during day and overnight camps. A primary function of this and every other job at the National Ability Center is to ensure that each member, guest and visitor of National Ability Center receives the highest caliber of service. 

Major Tasks and Responsibilities
• Implement and supervise safety/risk management protocols in a caring and fun environment for participants, volunteers and staff
• Act as Supervisor in Supervisor’s absence
• Create a nurturing, positive and professional environment while promoting program policies and procedures amongst staff, volunteers and community
• Commit to continuing education in your field utilizing internal and external resources to ensure our programs sustain continual responsiveness and improvement while using industry best practices
• Attend required staff meetings and trainings
• Maintain program inventory, including notes about condition. Maintain pre and post season to do list
• Assist with volunteer and peer scheduling and supervision
• Oversee and fulfill counselor duties
• Organize and plan the sensory garden and other projects  as needed
• Communicate with families on a daily basis, including meet and greet, calls, follow up and more
• Prepare documentation such as the ability grid and schedule
• Abide by all policies and procedures in the Employee Handbook and relevant program specific manuals
• Communicate all concerns and needs to the Program Supervisor in a timely manner.
• Assist with intern supervision during camp
• All other duties as specified


Required Knowledge and Qualifications
• Knowledge and understanding of people with intellectual and physical disabilities
• Ability to work effectively with children and adults
• Ability to multi-task in a hectic environment
• Demonstrates responsibility, dependability, and maturity
• Strong interpersonal and communication skills
• Experience teaching adaptive recreation to a wide variety of individuals preferred
• Willing and able to tolerate extended periods in the elements, including sun, snow, and water
• Able to lift adaptive equipment up to 50 lbs
• Valid Driver’s License; must verify own auto insurance and ability to drive accessible bus
• Commitment to a positive, fun and team-oriented working environment
• Current First Aid and CPR

Benefits
• As a seasonal employee, not eligible for benefits as referenced in the employee handbook