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SUMMER STAFF JOB DESCRIPTION: BUSINESS MANAGER
Ryan French, Camp Director
PO Box 95, New York, NY 10028
Phone (212) 737-8258
Fax (917) 591-1757
camp@shilohnyc.org

General Responsibilities:
Work directly with the Camp Directors and Executive Director to manage the business requirements for camp operations.
Ratio: 1 manager for the entire summer
Qualifications and Certifications:
✴ Minimum age: 20
✴ One year camp and/or leadership experience.
✴ Christian visionary leader with positive attitude and energetic personality; highly organized, self motivated, able to work comfortably independently.
✴ Prior experience with basic business assignments preferred: MS Office software and computer skills, basic financial tracking (Quicken/Quickbooks), and organization of key information and filing.
✴ Excellent communication and listening skills, including patience needed to deal with registration of entire summer camper list, and subsequent paperwork/phone calls with parents and guardians.
✴ Able to act decisively and courteously in dealing with parents and vendors.
✴ Flexible work schedule; working in two possibly three different locations.
✴ Able to uphold and enforce guidelines established by Shiloh as well as the State of New York.
Responsible to: Camp Directors
General Areas of Responsibilities:(List not inclusive of all duties)
1. Read and adhere to the policies set forth by New York State and Camp Shiloh as stated in the manual and materials given or revisions thereafter.
2. Establish organized system for running the camp office, both for business office information and incoming/outgoing/storage of information for specified administrative staff.
3. Responsible for the camper registration process: receipt of application, entering into database, requesting/tracking incomplete information, acceptance letters, and filing of completed camper applications.
4. Ensure medical forms are received completed for all campers and staff; send medical forms to Health Director.
5. Provide Camp Directors with updated lists of campers and cabin assignments as needed. Provide weekend staff sheets for transportation to and from the city for camper pickup.
6. Work with CD on all transportation needs, both for camper and staff, including the scheduling and approval for use of camp vehicles.
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.



Shiloh is an equal opportunity employer