CAMP RANGER | Camp William B. Snyder

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $35,000.00 per year

POSITION CONCEPT:

The Ranger is a key member of Scouting’s camping team providing onsite management and maintenance of camp facilities and properties. This position supervises and organizes those employees and/or volunteers responsible for seasonal and year-round maintenance, health and safety, and security duties. The Ranger is the face of camp and must excels in customer service.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  • Protection and control of property and people.
  • Supervise all use of the property. Patrol the property as necessary for trespass, vandalism, and fire.
  • Ensure a safe and healthy camp environment and know emergency procedures, adhering to the Guide to Safe Scouting and the National Camp Accreditation Standards.
  • Operation of physical facilities and property
  • Operate and keep all physical property and equipment, including tractors and mowers, in safe operating condition.
  • Ensure all facilities are properly cleaned and prepared to campers upon arrival, addressing any immediate needs as they arise.
  • Maintenance of physical facilities and property
  • Follow a comprehensive, preventative and proactive facilities maintenance using digital software.
  • Make regular inspections to determine essential repairs and corrective actions required, across all assets of camp.
  • Submit estimate of time and materials when necessary and perform general repairs as authorized.
  • Submit all water reports to certifying agency.

BUSINESS RESPONSABILITIES:

  • Comply with established Council business procedures, including accounting and petty cash and other funds.
  • Utilize and become proficient in the Council’s online reservation system.
  • Submit regular reports and maintain essential business records.
  • Maintain and manage Council credit card reconciliation reports monthly.
  • Supervise maintenance contractors as assigned.
  • Maintain a harmonious relationship with the Camp Director, Program Director, and other seasonal staff.
  • Provide outstanding customer service for all.
  • Recruit, train, and supervise the Campmaster Corp.

OTHER RELATED ACTIVITIES:

This position works with volunteers performing camping, programmatic, and administrative tasks and must maintain positive relationships with all stakeholders.

MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT USED:

Tools/shop, vehicles, trailers, tractor, Polaris, chain saw, mower deck, weed eaters, aquatics equipment shooting sports equipment, commercial kitchen equipment.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Medium to heavy work, ability to lift heavy objects and complete repetitive tasks.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The worker is subject to both inside and outside conditions and may be exposed to environmental conditions.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Mature adult 21 years of age or older.

High school degree or GED equivalent, valid driver’s license, ability to read, write and communicate with others clearly, experience with maintenance and tool usage.

Must meet all Boy Scouts of America eligibility requirements and willing/able to complete BSA National Camp School Ranger Certification.

Previous experiences with Boy Scouts of America desired but not required.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

  • Must reside on site in housing that is provided as part of the Benefits package.  Rent and all utilities are included as part of the Benefits package.
  • Employee benefits including but not limited to vacation, health coverage, retirement.
  • Ability to relate well with people and to have a friendly and helpful attitude toward the Scouting family and the public.
  • Must be able to complete and hold a Certified Pool Operator’s certification.
  • Must be able to complete and hold American Red Cross Standard First Aid, including CPR or National Safety Council First and CPR Level 1.
  • Accept a flexible work schedule that will include weekends.
  • Ability to plan personal times and schedule work without direct supervision.
  • Must subscribe to and live by the basic tenets embodied in the Scout Oath and Law and are currently or willing to become a member of the Boy Scouts of America.
  • Ability to work with a minimum of supervision.
  • Ability to effectively enforce established Council policies and procedures.
  • Ability to perform a variety of basic maintenance skills, including plumbing, electrical, and carpentry, with specialized capability in at least one technical skill. Has experience in using hand tools.

TO APPLY: To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to Eric Smith, the Director of Camping, at eric.smith@scouting.org. Resumes received without a cover letter will not be reviewed.

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