•3 years camp experience including staff supervision, training and engagement.
•Bachelor’s degree in related area such as education, social work, psychology, Jewish Communal work, youth and community development, or recreation management. Masters preferred.
•Exemplary problem-solving, communication, customer service, organizational and time management skills.
•Ability to work on multiple projects at a time.
•Comfortable working in a pluralistic Jewish environment.
•Exceptional oral and written skills, including experience with social media platforms.
•Proficiency using Microsoft Office software.
•Work in our Wellesley, MA offices.
•Available to work evenings and weekends as necessary.
•Able to travel locally, nationally and internationally for conferences, camp fairs, and camper recruitment.
•Live on-site at camp June-August (housing and food provided).
•Maintain a demanding camp schedule during the summer.