- Impact the lives of children, youth, staff
- Grow, challenge and share your faith
- Play like a kid
- Experience new activities
- Accept new challenges
- Enhance your leadership skills
- MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Summer Camp Positions
Program Resource Staff
Program Resource staff interact daily with campers and volunteer staff, providing leadership and support for activities including, but not limited to: low ropes, high ropes, hikes, archery, nature studies, arts and crafts, water sports including canoeing, kayaking, rafting, tubing; games, sports activities, bible study and worship. Resource staff may, at times be called upon to serve as a counselor or director.
The camp nurse is essential to the safety of our campers. The nurse collects and dispenses all camper medications while the camper is at Manidokan. They also attend to any first aid and medical issues that arise during camp. Must be and RN or LPN and licensed to work in the state of Maryland.
Lifeguards must have current certification. Lifeguards will be responsible for duties at the swimming pool as well as on the river. Lifeguards must be able to work well with others, be able to stay outside for long periods of time and work well with all ages.
Cooks provide exceptional hospitality to retreat guests and campers by preparing and serving tasty and nutritious meals and snacks. They are also responsible for cleaning the kitchen/dining areas, and supervising kitchen aides.
Kitchen aids provide exceptional hospitality to retreat guests and campers by assisting the cooks. Duties include — but are not limited to — ensuring that all items such as utensils, condiments, salad bar and drinks are prepared prior to meal time, assist in serving the meal; washing dishes, pots, and pans, cleaning the kitchen/dining areas, and maintaining equipment as appropriate.
Maintenance workers provide safe and enjoyable facilities for guests and campers by caring for grounds, cleaning, and general maintenance of buildings. Experience/knowledge in electrical, carpentry, plumbing, painting and vehicle maintenance is helpful.
The van driver is responsible for driving groups of campers and equipment to and from off-site locations at scheduled times. Driver shall ensure the vehicle, trailer and equipment is in good working order reporting any deficiencies in a timely manner. Employee shall have a good demeanor in working with children, patient but firm; and be capable of working well with children and adults. This is a key role in the safety of children and adults. Employee shall pay particular attention to and be extremely conscious of following all recommended safety procedures. Clean driving record is required.