The Camps and Community Program Supervisor is responsible for developing, planning, coordinating and implementing programming for camps, community and group programs. 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:
- Develop, plan, organize, coordinate and evaluate camps programs in line with the organization’s Strategic Plan and Annual Goals.
- Responsible in the hiring, training, supervision and evaluation of seasonal and part time staff, volunteers and interns.
- Conduct and maintain current documentation, including attendance, allocations, participant assessments, lesson plans, progress notes, evaluations and statistics and generate reports as required.
- Coordinate camp program implementation on and offsite including mobile camp programming.
- Work with internal departments including Marketing, Reservations, and Program Team on Program promotion plan to ensure achievement of adequate participation levels.
- Support program team with development, implementation and tracking of program policies and procedures, including incident reports and behavior management issues.
- Identify equipment, supply, and facility needs and communicate needs with the Facilities and Equipment team.
- Maintain program equipment wish list and update regularly.
- Manage and coordinate all logistics involved in delivering camp programs including program and staff scheduling, travel planning, transportation, overnight accommodations, meals, activities, etc.
- Coordinate with offsite vendors to build partnerships and schedule camp experiences.
- Deliver and/or lead National Ability Center adaptive programs on and off site as needed basis
- Support Volunteer Coordinator with development of volunteer resources, including training and scheduling.
- Support in monitoring and support the camp annual budget and goals in line with the organization’s strategic plans.
- Implement and supervise safety/risk management protocols in a caring and fun environment for participants, volunteers and staff.
- Support in implementation of Transition, Community, and Education programs. This may include and is not limited to working with PC ALL, local special education classes, community events, and COACH intern supervision.
- Support in implementation and coordination with group, recreation, and internal training programs during the off-season.
- Assist with special event, fundraisers and other targeted National Ability Center activities as needed.
- 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 through clinics provided by our organization and other outside resources.
- Actively participate as a team member in all required staff meetings and trainings.
- Communicate clearly, honestly, and respectfully with all staff, participants, parents, and volunteers.
- Support outreach to organizations which may provide participants for camps, transition, and community programs.
- Participate fully as a member of the National Ability Center staff team.
- Comply with National Ability Center safety and health policies and procedures.
- Other duties as identified.
|Company / Organization Name:||National Ability Center|
|Position Title:||Camp and Community Program Supervisor|
|Minimum Requirements||• Bachelor’s Degree in adaptive or therapeutic recreation or recreation management, or a closely related field.
• Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist preferred
• Minimum 2 years of increasing responsibilities in adaptive program coordination and experience working with varied adaptive equipment.
• Ability to develop, coordinate and implement varied activities in community adaptive or therapeutic recreational programming.
• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, other agencies, participants, instructors, community partners and the general public.
• Basic proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of Salesforce or comparable databases a plus.
• Demonstrated history of responsibility, dependability, and maturity.
• Ability to be flexible, creative, and adaptable to situations.
• Ability to consistently lift, carry, and load adaptive and other sports equipment weighing 50 pounds, and, occasionally, more.
• Valid Driver’s License; must verify own auto insurance.
• A food-handlers permit
• Current CPR and First Aid training
• Some experience in supervising a team
• Commitment to a positive, fun, and team-oriented working environment.
• Ability to organize and manage multiple priorities.
• Demonstrated ability to work productively and collaboratively within a team.
• Flexible with a strong work ethic and an entrepreneurial spirit to accommodate multiple responsibilities and shifting priorities.
• Ability to work well with others and motivate people.
• Ability to positively receive and provide job coaching for personal development.
• Ability to work occasional weekend days and evenings.
|Application Deadline||December 1, 2019|
|Contact Name:||Andrea Stack|
|Application Instructions||Apply online at: recruiting.paylocity.com/Recruiting/Jobs/Details/181140 Submit job application, resume, and cover letter.|
|Location:||1000 Ability Way, Park City, UT|