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4 Feb 2023

Full-Time Camp Program Director Camp Streefland

YMCA of the North – Posted by YMCA of the North Lakeville, Minnesota, United States

Job Description

  1. Job Summary:

The Camp Program Director is responsible for developing and coordinating all programs, conferences, and retreats offered at the camp.  The incumbent develops plans in consultation with the Camp Executive Director to develop and market all programs and facilities offered at the camp on a year-around basis.  The Camp Program Director also ensures the highest quality in camp programs, including summer and fall-winter-spring programs.

  1. Essential Functions:
  • Develops and implements marketing and promotion plan recruiting Fall-Winter-Spring groups.
  • Develops and implements new and existing programs.
  • Works with the Camp Executive Director, Board of Directors, and respective committees to ensure high quality programs and sound facilities.
  • Develops system for on-going evaluation and review of programs in conjunction with user groups and individuals.
  • Routinely inspects and replaces all program area equipment as needed.
  • Manages all camp sponsored programs to meet annual budget and enrollment goals.
  • Maintains accurate statistical records and necessary reports.
  • Shares and participates as a member of the YMCA of the North Program and Professional staff assisting with the Annual Campaign, Program Cabinet, United Way, etc.
  • Assists with the operation of the camp in other duties as assigned by the Executive Director.
  1. Relationships:

This position reports to the Camp Executive Director who reports to the Vice President. The incumbent interacts regularly with all camp staff, volunteers, camp program participants, and policy volunteers.  The Program Director plays an active role in the following committees: program, outreach, and annual campaign.  The incumbent is responsible for supervising the seasonal program staff.  The Program Director works very closely with the Executive Director in planning and implementing the summer program.  This position represents the camp to the local community in regular ways as he/she relates the program and mission of the camp to a variety of potential participants of the camp.

  1. Qualifications:


  • Minimum of three (3) years camp or related experience.
  • Minimum of one (1) camp season of supervisory experience.
  • Relevant previous experience in developing, implementing, administering camp or youth programs.
  • Ability to demonstrate considerable skill and experience in program leadership and management.
  • Experienced in Outdoor living skills, first aid, and emergency skills.
  • Demonstrated skills in group process, and the ability to recruit, train and supervise staff and volunteers.
  • Must have a personal philosophy compatible with the purpose and mission of the YMCA.


  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Multilingual
  • Ability to pass a drivers road test for YMCA vehicles and trailers.
  • Upon hire, completion of YMCA provided Motor Vehicle and or Department of Transportation Insurance Training.
  1. 5Work Conditions:
  • Must be capable of carrying loads of up to 90 pounds and able to traverse hilly and uneven terrain without undue exertion.
  • Work at heights up to 30 feet for extended periods of time 1-2 times a week on average.
  • Work in conditions that will create dirt and dust.
  • Perform essential program support to camp activities and programs which may include, but not limited to the following activities: semi – reaching to full-reach overhead, crouching, kneeling, shoveling, working in narrow and/or confining spaces underground, overhead, and at ground level, twisting of the waist, shoulders, and legs, and lying on stomach and/or back.
  • Ability to perform tasks outdoor in different climate.
  1. Additional Notes:

This job description represents the major functions of the position but is not intended to be all-inclusive. The incumbent is also responsible for taking direction from the Camp Executive Director and Vice President or their representatives in completing projects or performing duties deemed necessary for the branch or Association success.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Pledge

The Y of the North is committed to the work and everyday practices of eliminating disparities and eradicating of unjust systems to become a multicultural, anti-racist and anti-oppressive organization. YMCA of the North team members and volunteers must exemplify the association’s mission, vision and values of caring, equity, honesty, respect and responsibility.


The YMCA of the North continues to develop plans and strategies to ensure team members and volunteers reflect the demographics of the communities we serve. We will continually conduct institutional racism and oppression review of our policies, procedures and practices in recruitment and selection; compensation and benefits; professional development and training; promotions; transfers; layoffs; terminations; and the ongoing development of a multicultural, anti-racist and anti-oppressive work environment and culture that promotes equity and respect for the human dignity of all. We value and respect this diversity and choose to be inclusive through our acceptance of all.

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