Climbing Tower Director

Qualifications and Requirements:

-Is at least 21 Years old and has completed National Camp School COPE/Climbing Section (Council Paid for)

-Is a registered member of the Chief Seattle Council, Boy Scouts of America

-Possesses a valid certificate of completion for basic Youth Protection training

-Has received Unlawful Harassment Prevention training

-Has read and agreed to the Scouter Code of Conduct

-Must complete Understanding and Prevention of Youth-on-Youth Abuse for Camp Staff training (provided during staff week)

-Must complete Weather Hazard training

-Has the physical endurance to lead and participate in climbing activities and has the physical ability to recognize and act quickly in emergencies.

-Is able to communicate clearly, both written and orally.

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

-Oversee and manager the tower crew.

-Instruct in Climbing Tower activities and merit badges.

-Keep accurate records of merit badge class attendance and completion of requirements.

– Be familiar with and oversee the enforcement of all safety rules and policies for the tower.

-Maintain strict safety discipline at all times when campers, leaders, and other staff are in the tower area.

-Be familiar with camp and tower-specific emergency procedures.  Follow these procedures in emergencies and participate in drills.

– Oversee the proper care, usage, and maintenance of all climbing equipment.

-Oversee any and all climbing programs as directed.

-Participate in camp wide activities.

-Oversee the set-up and takedown of the tower and other campsite facilities.

-Deliver a fun, safe, and age-appropriate program for campers.

-All other duties as assigned

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