ATV DIRECTOR | Goshen Scout Reservation (Camp Olmsted)

ATV Director Job Description (Seasonal)

Position Location: Goshen Scout Reservation in Goshen, VA


Position Overview:

Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, the Goshen Scout Reservation is home to 5 resident (overnight) summer camps; 3 Scouts BSA (serving youth ages 11 – 18), 1 Webelos and Arrow of Light (serving youth ages 9 – 11), and 1 High Adventure Base (serving youth ages 13 – 20). Goshen Scout Reservation’s mission is to provide exceptional outdoor program opportunities for all members of the scouting community, and in doing so, will attract the very best camp staff and organize world class programs that always exceed our customer’s expectations.

The ATV (All Terrain Vehicle)  Director is responsible to the Camp Olmsted Camp Director for the coordination and operation of the aquatics programs at a Scouts BSA Resident Camp at Goshen Scout Reservation in accordance with the policies and standards of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) and National Capital Area Council (NCAC). They provide leadership to approximately 1 to 3 seasonal staff members to deliver ATV programs to units – youth members and their adult leadership.


  • Supervise, train, and motivate the ATV staff in all area activities
  • Offer quality ATV programs, including the teaching and completion of the ATV Safety Institute Basic Driver Course for program participants
  • The basic maintenance, inventory, security, safety, and use of all ATV program equipment
  • Set-up and takedown of all camp ATV program areas
  • Oversee submission of all area advancement reports of all ATV activities, including the completion
  • In collaboration with the Camp and Program Directors, communicate with unit leadership to ensure participating scouts complete required paperwork prior to arriving at the Goshen Scout Reservation.

Time Commitment:

  • The onsite management of the ATV Director will be from June 8 – July 30, 2024, based on registration.
  • Attend and complete ATV Safety Institute Instructor certification, a multi-day training course, prior to the start of the summer season


The ATV Director reports to Camp Director and will work collaboratively with individuals and groups including, but not limited to, the camp administration, medical personnel at Camp Post, food service and kitchen staff, Camp Staff, scout volunteers, and parents.


  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Must be able to register as a member of the BSA and submit to a background check. Must complete all Youth Protection Training courses and adhere to incident reporting guidelines.
  • Must hold or be willing to obtain a ATV Safety Institute Instructor certification, a multi-day training course, prior to the start of the summer season. The cost of training and travel/lodging will be covered by NCAC.
  • Be physically able to act quickly in emergencies, effectively communicate, and clearly understand oral and written communications.


The employee will be paid a seasonal salary starting at $350.00 per week for the duration of the summer season. All room and board that is provided is in addition to this salary. Compensation includes all pre-season preparation and post season closing reports, including all training that may be necessary for the successful execution of the position. This position is exempt from the minimum wage-maximum hours provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

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