Ryan French, Camp Director
PO Box 95, New York, NY 10028
Phone (212) 737-8258
Fax (917) 591-1757

General Responsibilities:
To coordinate upkeep and maintenance of camp audio and visual equipment, coordinate with camp staff in order to create all audio and visual needs for all camp activities, document all camp activities through pictures and video, and teach audio/visual activities class. Fully participate in the camp activity program as time permits. Set an example for other staff with energy, enthusiasm, and excitement.
Ratio: 1 technician for the entire summer
Qualifications and Certifications:
✴ 18 years of age and High school graduate.
✴ Experience with basic audio and visual technology.
✴ Understanding of MAC operating systems, Power Point, Keynote, and Pro- presenter recommended.
✴Recommendations from at least two sources attesting to skills and abilities, would like to see portfolio if available.
✴ Current CPR certificate.
✴Able to work independently.
✴Able to be flexible, inventive, and resourceful in assessing and creating the needs for camp.
Responsible to: Camp Directors
Specific Responsibilities:
1. Responsible for set up, monitoring, repairs, and corrections to A/V equipment.
2. Responsible for correcting any problems with audio and visual equipment.
3. Responsible for creating all visual and audio needs for all camp activities.
4. Capture and document through photos and videos camp life.
5. When audio/visual work is not required, be an active participant in all camp activity programs.
6. Assist, as needed, other support staff members.
7. Effectively mentor and teach a Counselor In Training (CIT) as they serve as the audio/ visual assistant.
8. Teach daily morning activity class.
9. Teach/facilitate daily Cross Training class as well as participate in daily Cross Trainers.
10. Assist other support staff as requested with major camp tasks.

Work Conditions:
Must have the physical ability to lead and participate in camp activities which include, but are not limited to, hiking, swimming, team building initiatives, building campfires, physical games, and activities.
Must be capable of carrying loads of up to 90 pounds and able to traverse hilly and uneven terrain without undue exertion.
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.
Must have the ability to physically manage and support children when needed for safety in general camp activities (child weighing 50 - 200 pounds).
Ability to perform a variety of tasks outdoor in different climate.

Stipend: $900—$1,200 depending experience

Shiloh is an equal opportunity employer