Girl Scouts San Diego is hiring now for 2021 Summer Day Camp staff!
Seasonal summer Day Camp positions will begin June 21, 2021 and end August 18, 2021..
As vital members of the day camp team, Extended Care Program Leaders deliver educational activities and age-appropriate programs to campers in the morning and afternoon extended care program.
- Provide high quality child care in the mornings before camp begins and in the afternoons after camp ends.
- Deliver and implement program activities including team building games and arts and crafts, ensuring adherence to all policies, procedures and safety standards.
- Collect and maintain extended care program attendance and other records
- Setup and maintain clean and safe program areas
- Maintain supplies, equipment, and materials inventory list; submit requests to replenish program supplies or equipment, as needed.
- Establish and maintain positive working relationships and communication with campers, parents, volunteers and staff
- Coordinate communication between parents, camp staff, volunteers, and camp directors as questions and issues arise.
- Assist with the efficient operation of camp, including assisting in other areas or programs when needed. Takes photos of campers and staff, as directed by Day Camp Director.
- Provide program feedback, recommendations and evaluation of program to assist in program efficiency and effectiveness
- Performs other duties, as assigned.
Experience and Skills
- At least 18 years of age
- Flexible schedule with ability to work morning and afternoon schedules
- Previous experience working in a similar role or youth oriented program; knowledge or experience with Girl Scout programming is a plus.
- Current First Aid/CPR certification or willingness to obtain one prior to first day of work
- Appreciation of diversity and community based needs.
- Excellent leadership, interpersonal and communication skills to work effectively in a team setting with diverse persons; ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships.
- Ability to work independently, and also take direction.
- Valid drivers’ license, proof of insurance and access to reliable transportation. Daily and/or occasional travel may be required.
- Willingness to accept the beliefs and principles of the Girl Scout Movement and acceptance of the relevant and compelling benefits of Girl Scouting