Site Coordinator

Location: Natick, MA
Sanctuary: Broadmoor

 Join Broadmoor’s team of committed staff who enjoy working and learning together.  Broadmoor Nature Camp is seeking enthusiastic staff to work full-time with our outdoor program. Visit www.massaudubon.org/broadmoorcamp to find Broadmoor’s camp brochure and learn more.

 The Site Coordinator oversees and assists the counselors at Broadmoor Nature Camp, ensures a high quality camp program and serves as the day-to-day administrative oversight of the camp, including managing emergencies.

Responsibilities

  • Supervise physical and emotional welfare of campers, staff, and self are maintained during day camp programs; ensure that all health, safety, and educational policies and goals are met.
  • Work with counselor groups to develop and teach nature camp lessons, acquire and prepare materials as needed, provide feedback and evaluation of programs, and support counselors’ professional development.
  • Maintain an organized work environment and participate in daily refuge cleaning tasks
  • Provide ongoing positive and constructive feedback throughout the summer; complete written goal-setting and evaluations for each counselor
  • Serve as primary on-site contact for camp groups, families, staff, and healthcare (up to your level of training); establish and maintain positive relationships with camp administrative team and onsite full-time staff at Broadmoor.
  • Participate in and help lead mandated, paid camp training including: natural history, communication, group management, health and safety, and teaching techniques.

Qualifications

  • Must be at least 25 years of age
  • Must have supervisory experience; preferably in an educational, camp or similar environment
  • Must enjoy working with children and convey that enthusiasm; be patient, friendly, flexible and able to work in a team or independently
  • Demonstrated ability to create and support an inclusive environment for people of all abilities and backgrounds
  • Must have excellent communication skills; able to manage multiple modes of communication including phone, email, two-way radio, etc.
  • Must be able to lead walks on rough terrain, and develop and implement nature-based games, crafts, explorations and activities
  • Current certification in Community CPR and Basic First Aid required; we can assist you in finding courses
  • Helpful to have interest or studies in early childhood education, psychology, environmental education or life/earth sciences, or have equivalent work experience
  • Must possess a valid driver's license with clean record
  • Must pass a background records check (CORI and SORI)

Compensation and Benefits

Hourly salary starting at $15.50 /hr, based on experience and position requirements. 

 

Additional Comments

Schedule

Monday–Friday, 8 am–4 pm daily
Planned dates:  June 1–August 17

Greater Boston and Framingham residents are strongly encouraged to apply.

References will be requested.

 

How to Apply

Send resume and letter of interest by email to:

Meghan Haslam
508-315-6721
Job# 3316

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