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Trips/Teva Supervisor
Oct. 14, 2011

Qualifications:

  • Training and experience commensurate with Teva and Trips activities (overnight trips, outdoor education, animal program, garden program).
  • Strong enthusiasm for and broad-based knowledge of assigned specialty.
  • Ability to creatively plan & schedule programs and activities, and to maximize the skills & talents of staff members.
  • Ability to follow defined teaching requirements, developing own methods of presentation to chanichim.
  • Ability to teach Jewish concepts to camp community.
  • Ability to work well with and supervise Specialists.
  • Ability to give & take constructive criticism.
  • Experience working with youth in both formal and informal settings.
  • Prior camping experience.
  • Energetic, creative, organized and good people skills.
  • Wilderness First Aid certification preferred. Prior experience with trips and/or outdoor education a must.

Responsibilities:

  • Supervise the trips/teva staff in leading and coordinating activities for all age groups. Maintain daily record of activity lesson plan.
  • Coordinate, plan, and prepare all on and off camp trips.
  • Develop and implement programs to help "green" the camp.
  • Work with the gardener and maintenance staff on designing, implementing, and maintaining the camp garden.
  • Coordinate all activities of the area and elevate all aspects of the Trips and Teva programs at camp.
  • Maintain all standards for the activity area - ACA, Snohomish County, etc.
  • When assigned, plan and lead age-appropriate unit evening programs, incorporating your area(s) of expertise.
  • Whenever possible, incorporate staff members in program planning and leadership. Prepare requisitions in timely manner. Ensure that all site & supply arrangements are made.  
  • Prepare and lead Shabbat afternoon activities.
  • Act as general resource for other Camp activities relating to your specialty.
  • When time permits, participate in other Camp program
  • Play an active role in helping to shape the vision for Jewish education at camp.
  • Whether as a leader, supervisor, a mentor, a participants, or perhaps all four at once; play a role in all aspects of camp life, actively seeking to bring Judaism to life.

Supervisor: Director of Programs


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