Girl Scouts of Colorado
  • 24-Oct-2017 to 01-Jun-2018 (MST)
  • Operations
  • CO, USA
  • Seasonal

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Girl Scouts of Colorado

 

 

TITLE:                                Camp Crew

 

REPORTS TO:                   Camp Crew Lead or Assistant Camp Director

 

STATUS:                            Non-Exempt

 

GENERAL PURPOSE:

-    Dish Crew: Helps with daily food preparation, preparations for cookouts, serving 3 meals daily, kitchen clean up and washing dining room dishes, etc.

-    Work Crew: Helps with the general maintenance and repair of camp site & camp vehicles, working on service projects, etc.

-    Office Crew: Helps with business activities of the resident camp, including social media, mail, cabin checks, planning all-camp programming, etc.

-    Contribute to the community nature of camp and conducts him/herself in a manner consistent with the Girl Scout Promise and Law, and general policy of putting camper customers first.

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Dish Crew.
    1. Assist with producing meals as needed for campers, staff, and other requests for food service, based on group size, needs, requests, and theme.
    2. Participate in regular kitchen staff meetings.
    3. Assist in any kitchen duty as needed. Such duties could include dishes, sweeping, mopping, maintenance of coffee and juice machines, freezer and refrigerator cleaning, pantry cleaning, vacuuming, and table and chair assembly and disassembly.
    4. Maintain temperature records of refrigerator and freezer units.
    5. Maintain inventory of food supplies.

Health department standards

  1. Maintain food preparation and personal hygiene techniques based on strict county health and safety codes, with stringent attention to: 1) cleanliness of food preparation surfaces, cooking and baking pans and utensils; 2) sanitation of hands and uniforms; 3) cleaning materials and methods; and 4) food storage locations and methods.
  2. Maintain a high level of safety in the kitchen, with emphasis on proper weight-lifting methods, handling of hot items, floor maintenance, and safety procedures.
  3. Maintain an occupancy limit in the kitchen and dish room to protect food, workers, and guests.
  4. Help to maintain kitchen equipment in proper working order (clean filters of freezer, juice machines, etc.).
  1. Office Crew.
    1. Responsible for mail, bunk mail, and the help of answering the phone and/or fax line.
    2. Oversee the social media responsibilities of camp, including, Facebook, blogging, taking pictures of daily happenings, etc.
    3. Help to implement a program of activities which provides opportunities for girls to experience variety, challenge, and growth suitable to their age, readiness, and ability
    4. Prepare and follow up on all-camp kaper charts for campers and staff so that common camp areas, including staff areas, are kept clean.
    5. Observe and rehearse emergency procedures.
    6. Help with the opening and closing of camp sessions for the season as assigned.
    7. Participate in daily conferences with the camp director and weekly administrative team meetings to share information, solve problems, coordinate plans, and evaluate.
  2. Work Crew.
    1. Assists with the care and maintenance of all camp property including buildings, fences, vehicles, equipment, utilities, livestock, and natural resources.
    2. Helps to maintain camp facilities in clean and ready use condition.
    3. Help to remove trash on a frequent basis.
    4. Respond to emergencies that arise.
    5. Assess the needs of camp and help to develop plans for service projects.
    6. Work on service projects for camp.

 

  1. Contribute to positive relationships between diverse racial, ethnic, and social groups in the Council as a whole, and between the diverse individuals employed by the Council or volunteering service.
    1. Support the efforts and commitments of Girl Scouts of Colorado in the area of pluralism.
    2. Demonstrate sensitivity to racial, ethnic, and social diversity of individuals and groups.
    3. Demonstrate a recognition and understanding of good customer service in all dealings with interactions as an employee of Girl Scouts of Colorado by maintaining constructive relationships with co-workers, girl members, parents, volunteers and the community.
  2. Participate as a professional member of the total staff in providing effective staff service to the Council.
    1. Be an active member of the Girl Scouts of the S.A., demonstrating the principles of the Girl Scout Promise and Law in all activities of the job.
    2. Attend staff meetings and contribute to the planning and coordinating of the work of the total staff team.
    3. Keep such records and files as are necessary to carry out the job.
    4. Participate in supervisory conferences and in the staff evaluation process.
    5. Respect the confidential nature of all information pertaining to staff or volunteers.
    6. Adhere to all security procedures at all times.

 

OTHER DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

In accordance with the philosophy of Girl Scouts of Colorado, the person filling this position may be required to carry out or assist with other tasks in addition to the duties listed on this job description. 

 

                         -EMPLOYEES ARE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR ALL DUTIES OF THIS JOB-

 

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

 KNOWLEDGE, SKILL, AND ABILITY

--  Knowledge of the Girl Scout program.

-   Commitment to Girl Scout program values.

-    Act as role model of the Girl Scout program. 

-    Able to listen to others.

-    Able to write memos, instructions, and letters.

-    Able to implement policies and standards through others.

-    Able to work with diversity.

-    Flexibility to meet changing schedules, weather, and individual needs.

-    Conflict management and problem resolution skills.

-    Sound judgment and ability to make decisions in crisis situations.

-    Able to use creative approaches.

-    Ability to carry out plans with minimum direct supervision.

-    Willing to have a CBI/FBI criminal record check.

 

QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION OR FORMAL TRAINING

-    Current CPR and First Aid certification

 

EXPERIENCE

 

 

WORKING ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES

  • Campers come from throughout the metropolitan areas. Many campers come from low-income areas.
  • Camps are at altitudes of 7,200-9,000 feet.
  • Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule.
  • Ability to carry equipment and supplies up to 30 lbs.
  • Ability to set up any necessary equipment.
  • Must be willing to submit to security check

 

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