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Youth Sports + Recreation Manager
Stroum JCC
Bring fun, friendship, and skill to elementary, middle, and high schoolers at the J. From basketball to racquetball, agility to sportsmanship, you have the opportunity to teach and develop young people into the athletes or sports fans they hope to become. In the role of Youth Sports + Recreation Manager you will create sports programs that teach rules, tips, and tricks that make it easy to enjoy a game from any position. For those interested in furthering their skill, you will create competitive programs that foster community and friendship, including the J’s long-running Dinky Dunkers kids basketball program and the revival of our participation in the JCC Association Maccabi program. Bring the joy and challenge of sport to build a lifetime of engagement and recreation.

This is a full-time position; hourly rate starts at $25/hour (DOE) + competitive benefits package. Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to to apply.
Waterfront Director
Surprise Lake Camp
Minimum Requirement: 21 years of age; 3 seasons of previous waterfront experience, possess current CPR certification, be either a progressive swimming instructor or qualified lifeguard.
Head Counselor (A Memberof the Key Staff)
Surprise Lake Camp
Physically and mentally capable to handle the care of campers and staff.
· Previous camping, education and/or childcare experience.
· Proven leadership experience.
· Strong organizational, communication, and teamwork skills.
· Desire and ability to work with children of all ages.
· Ability to sit, stand, or maintain physical activity for extended periods of time.
· Must exhibit patience and understanding.
· Capable of working under pressure and staying flexible in an ever-changing, sometimes hectic environment.
Assistant Director, Program Innovation and Communications
Camp Wise-Mandel JCC
Camp Wise is a strong and growing Jewish overnight camp in Cleveland, OH serving nearly 600 campers each summer from the region and across the nation. As Assistant Director you will positively impact the lives of youth and young adults by thinking big, implementing a cutting edge summer program and sharing your love of camp with energy and excellence each day. As you build relationships with the next generation of Camp Wise campers and staff members, you will bring hundreds of new individuals into lifelong friendships, inspire personal growth, and nurture a love for Jewish community, the Jewish people, and Israel in others.
Under the Camp Director’s supervision and in collaboration with the year-round leadership team, the Assistant Director will develop and implement the overall programmatic design of activities at Camp Wise in the summer. During the remainder of the year, you will share the camp spirit far and wide by partnering with the Camp Director to recruit and retain campers. The Assistant Director ensures that Camp Wise effectively communicates its mission, culture, energy, and fun through social media, website and e-mail, using the latest marketing tools. This position includes the benefit of full-time residence at Camp Wise during the summer months, for specific programming during the fall, winter and spring, and monthly travel through the Camp Wise region.
Jewish Educator
Marks JCH Summer Day Camp
The main responsibility of the Jewish Educator is to lead and develop engaging experiential and educational Jewish programming and events for youth, ages 2-14. They will be the lead Jewish Educator at the Marks JCH Summer Day Camp, will develop a Jewish education curriculum for children ages (2-14), and will oversee a team of Jewish educators who will implement programs throughout the summer. There are additional opportunities for involvement in our overnight camp at the end of the summer and in leading sporadic family programs for adults and young children.
Link: www.jch
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Director of Staffing
Camp Tawonga
Salary Range: $80,000 - $95,000
Location: San Francisco/Groveland, California

About Tawonga
Tawonga’s mission is to provide educational and recreational programs for children, adults and families that help them develop as healthy and participating members of the Jewish and secular communities, locally, nationally and internationally. The agency does this by integrating the themes of personal growth and the development of positive self-esteem, creating cooperative communities, our partnership with the natural world and responsibilities towards broader justice and positive Jewish identification and spirituality. We run programs at our residential campsite next to Yosemite National Park and in the Bay Area, serving 5,000 plus people a year.

Job Purpose and Description
The Director of Staffing contributes to the mission of Camp Tawonga by overseeing expansion of inclusive efforts of hiring, recruitment, retention and training of our seasonal program staff. This position is responsible for the training and supervision of seasonal program staff. This role partners with our DEI Director with building and executing our diversity sourcing and recruiting strategy for the organization as well as on key training for staff. This position will collaborate and work closely with Camp Tawonga's Human Resource and Finance Coordinator. This position reports directly to the Camp Director.

To learn more, reach out to Becca Meyer, Aaron Mandel, or Jamie Simon who are all at Leaders Assembly representing Tawonga. This job will be posted on our website soon.
The iCenter
Do you love to create and tell stories utilizing video and other multimedia techniques? Do you live and breathe social media? Are you always searching for the latest viral videos and trends? Do you enjoy working with a talented team of creative colleagues? If that’s a yes, then we’d love for you to share your talents with our growing Marketing and Communications team!

More details, including salary and benefits, at:
Director of Business Development
Pearlstone Campus
The Director of Business Development is a full-time, exempt position. This position will focus on growth and development of Pearlstone retreat sales revenue in the corporate and non-profit markets. Additionally, this position will also be responsible for cultivating corporate relationships that go beyond retreat sales. As Pearlstone's work focuses on environmental education and land stewardship, as well as strategic partnerships with Baltimore City schools, many opportunities exist that align with values and goals for corporate philanthropy
Executive Director
Camp Mountain Chai
We will be officially posting this in January, 2023. Camp Mountain Chai is a $2.7M agency based in San Diego with a 16.5 acre camp site located in the San Bernardino National Forest near Big Bear, CA. Our summer camp has four 2-week sessions and we expect about 625 campers in 2023. we also operate a year-round retreat center that rents out our facility to other nonprofits to support their missions.

A full job description will be posted in January, but contact Buddy Voit if you would like to learn more
Camp Director
Camp Tel Noar
Camp Director acts as the leader and public face of Camp Tel Noar to families, alumni, and donors. The Director manages all functional areas of camp: camper recruitment and retention; programs and activity schedules; staff hiring, mentorship, evaluation, and supervision; food service, facilities, and physical plant; fiscal and risk management; general welfare and security; alumni and community engagement; compliance with ACA, state, and federal regulations for operating camp; and a broad array of communications. A strong team of returning senior staff (year-round and seasonal) assist the Director, as does the Cohen Camps year-round support staff. The Camp Directors of the other Cohen Camps—Camp Tevya and Camp Pembroke—serve as colleagues and thought-partners. The Director spends summers (June- late August) living at camp and the rest of the year, the Director works in the Cohen Camps’ offices in Wellesley, MA.
Executive Director
Habonim Dror Camp Gilboa
Full job posting coming next week. If you’d like to learn more about Habonim Dror Camp Gilboa, reach out to Elana Bloomfield, current ED - text the contact number or message via the conference app to find a time to chat!

Position Summary:
The Executive Director of Habonim Dror Camp Gilboa is the primary leader for the organization. Under the oversight of the Board of Directors, the ED provides vision and direction and is responsible for the fiscal and organizational health of Camp Gilboa. They lead planning and development projects, guide year-round and summer staff, support and coordinate the work of the board and its committees, and manage all operations, budget, and fundraising. 

The Executive Director mentors and nurtures the development of our young Jewish leaders who will embody the principles of collective responsibility, social justice, equality, peace, and coexistence in Israel/Palestine and North America. Camp Gilboa is one of six summer camps in the U.S. and Canada that are part of Habonim Dror North America (HDNA), the Labor Zionist youth movement, and the Executive Director is responsible for promoting Habonim Dror’s core mission among Camp Gilboa’s stakeholders — campers, youth leaders, board, volunteers, alumni, and families. The Executive Director is responsible for maintaining relationships with the network of organizations that make up HDNA, as well as representing the organization in the camp world, in the West Coast Jewish community, and in Big Bear, where the camp is situated. 

Our next Executive Director should be someone who is ready to dream, build, and lead. Someone who sees value in the process as well as the substance of youth and leadership development - in camp and other settings. Someone who loves camp and is a people’s person who cherishes conversations with alumni from the 1950s, passionate college students, and third graders. 
Link: None
Director of Camper Care
Camp Yavneh
The Director of Camper Care (DCC) will serve as an integral member of Camp Yavneh’s professional team as the primary mental health expert on site during the summer and year-round. The main responsibility of the DCC is to ensure that ALL campers’ needs are being met, and to serve as a resource for social-emotional issues that may arise with campers throughout camp. The DCC will train and provide resources to staff in addition to working directly with campers and their families to identify, treat, support, and report on any mental, emotional, social, or health concerns before, during, and after camp. The DCC will report to the Director and will lead the summer Camper Care team.

● Year-round position, start date: January 1, 2023 ● Half-time (20hrs/wk) position from October - April (remote work)
● Full-time May-September position (with required summer residence in camp mid-June mid-August)
● Graduate level or higher degree in a mental health field (e.g., social work, mental health counseling, psychology, youth psychiatry, family therapist, etc.)
● 3+ years of post-graduate work experience in a mental health or recreation field
● Prior experience working in the field of Jewish camping preferred (or prior relevant work with youth between the ages of 8-16 and/or young adults between the ages of 17-25)
● Highly collaborative style with demonstrated ability to work as a part of team problem solving in a fast paced/high stress environment
● Self-motivated and able to work both independently and with a team
● Ability to supervise and coach a team of summer staff members
● Ability to build trusting and lasting relationships with campers, camper parents, staff, professional leadership, and other partners
Assistant Director, Camper and Staff Experience
Camp Yavneh
Camp Yavneh is seeking an energetic, creative, and passionate leader to serve as our camp’s Assistant Director (AD) for Camper and Staff Experience. As a member of the Hanhallah (Senior Leadership Team), the AD will play a key role in delivering positive and meaningful program experiences for our chanichim (campers) and tzevet (staff). Working in partnership with the Director, and in coordination with all other members of the Hanhallah (including the COO/CFO and the Program Director), the AD will manage the day-to-day functions of the camp during the summer season (June - August). During the off-season (September - May), the AD will play a lead role in camper recruitment and retention, summer staff recruitment and retention, planning for a successful summer camp season, and fostering and maintaining relationships with campers, parents and staff.
● Full-time, year-round position, start date: January 1, 2023
● Remote position from September to May; Work and live at Camp Yavneh in Northwood, NH from late May - August.

● Strong personal commitment to Camp Yavneh’s Klal Yisrael mission
● Passion for strengthening Jewish identity through an inclusive camp community where diverse individuals can explore Jewish concepts and values while joyfully experiencing Jewish life and traditions
● Outstanding organizational and executive functioning skills: High energy level and extremely goal-oriented
● Excellent oral and written communication skills ● Self-motivated and able to work both independently and with a team
● Must be able to work in a demanding environment and able to quickly adjust to changing conditions
● Ability to build trusting and lasting relationships with campers, camper parents, staff, professional leadership, and other partners ● Deep knowledge of Jewish culture, traditions, and practice as a member of a management team
● B.A. and 3+ years of leadership experience in Jewish overnight camp or related field
Assistant Director
Camp Poyntelle
Camp Poyntelle
Join Camp Poyntelle a premier Jewish residential camp team and become an integral part in our success. Camp Poyntelle is seeking an experienced individual who has a love for summer camp. This individual should be Independent but also work well in team situations, Assertive but empathetic and Self-confident with a willingness to grow and learn. This individual will help in all aspects of camp. Hiring, Training and Developing Staff is key. Have the ability to lead and supervise staff and campers. Be able to originate, plan, organize and carry out daily/special programs as well as trips. Would also work alongside Director and Associate Director in maintenance, operations, camp administration and pre/post camp rental groups. Additional responsibilities Prepare and conduct orientation sessions for staff/campers, preparation of transportation logistics, supervise bunk staff and camper daily life, help supervise and evaluate area heads and non-bunk staff, organize plan and help run weekly staff meetings, coordinate outside entertainment, help write and implement camp program. Help enhance our Jewish Life values to our campers. This individual should also have strong organization and social media skills that translate to helping with all admins during the year.
Website | Apply | Email
Salary: $40,000 - $50,000 | Housing: Not provided | ACA Accredited
Inclusion and Belonging Coordinator
Camp Achva- Pozez JCC of Northern Virginia
The School Age Services and Camp department at the Pozez JCC is seeking an Inclusion and Belonging Coordinator to ensure all participants are successful in our programs and that our programs are accessible for all. This is a full-time position which requires a candidate that is energetic, creative, and has experience working with children and young adults with a variety of abilities and needs and across a diverse demographic spectrum. The ideal candidate will possess a passion for excellence, a growth mindset, expertise in making settings inclusive and supporting those within those settings, hold a strong work ethic, and serve as a strong, positive role model for children and staff.
Marketing and Communications Manager
Camp Yavneh
Responsible for:
-Collaborating with leadership to develop and implement communication and marketing strategies to further the mission of Camp Yavneh and broaden our visibility and reach
-Refining and shaping key messages, language, images, and multimedia that represent Camp Yavneh
-Creating original content, sourcing images, video, writing, and editing for branded materials for donors, alumni, current and prospective camp families, and staff
-Curating camp’s online presence, including generation of content for website, social media, newsletters, and videos
-Training and supporting staff on communication best practices

Position Specifics:
-Year-round role, start date: Jan. 1, 2023
-Half-time (20hrs/wk) from Oct. - April (remote work)
-Full-time May-Sept. (with required summer residence at camp in Northwood, NH from mid-June - mid-August)

-3-5 years of communications/PR experience
-Excellent verbal and written skills, and the ability to write marketing copy including ads, press releases, etc. creatively and effectively under deadline
-Highly collaborative style
-Ability to work under pressure, both independently and as part of a team
-Ability to multitask and work effectively on multiple simultaneous projects with minimal supervision in a fast paced, team-oriented work environment
-Experience with (or deep understanding of) Jewish camps
-Experience and expertise with multiple technical skills and platforms, including video editing, website management, and editing
-Knowledge of and comfort with: best practices of print and digital marketing and communication strategies; creative design and online platforms
-Ability to supervise and coach a staff team
-Strong time management skills
-Analytical and creative marketing instinct, with a discerning messaging and design sensibility
-Experience developing and implementing marketing plans
-Deep knowledge of Jewish holidays, customs, and culture
-Prefered: ability to read, write, and speak Hebrew

Associate Director
URJ Eisner Camp
The Union for Reform Judaism’s (URJ) Eisner Camp seeks an Associate Camp Director to assist in creating a vibrant summer camp and year-round youth and family engagement experiences. The Associate Director will help to establish communities of belonging that build confidence and character of young people so they are inspired as leaders to make the world a better place and pursue lifelong engagement in Jewish life. Serving as a key partner to the Camp Director, the Associate Director is a leader in the creation and implementation of long-term strategies that support the success and sustainability of the camp’s operational systems and processes, management of staff, recruitment and retention of campers, and community care efforts.
Link: None
Assistant Director of Camp Care
Habonim Dror Camp Galil
The Assistant Director: Camp Care at Camp Galil is responsible for supporting the mental, emotional, and social well-being of all campers and staff members. This staff member will serve as a critical component of our Camper Care Team and guide Galil in creating an environment that’s welcoming for all. The Assistant Director: Camp Care will assist staff members with managing the social dynamics and behavior of their campers, while assisting them in meeting camper needs. The Assistant Director: Camp Care will regularly speak with parents of campers to elicit collaboration in achieving success for their camper. Together with a team of talented individuals, the Assistant Director: Camp Care will help to ensure the attention to and support of each camper and staff member’s well-being while in our care, including our community members’ Mental, Emotional, and Social Health (MESH) needs.

This is a great opportunity to leverage previous professional experience in a role that offers seasonal flexibility and the opportunity for a mental health professional to work alongside year-round Professional Staff and a seasonal youth leadership team to employ strategic thinking, problem-solving, thoughtful, and intentional care and guidance, and the delicate and expert touch needed to help ensure the highest quality of care of our participants. With the primary goal of supporting campers, the Assistant Director: Camp Care will provide hands-on care to campers, with a focus on being a resource to staff members in their work with children at camp. The Assistant Director: Camp Care will also be a key point of contact for parents during the summer. Central to this position’s success is the educational and practical experience and insight regarding contemporary practices related to child development, social work, group dynamics, adolescent behavior, behavior management, and other related areas.
Health Center Coordinator
Camp Alonim
The Camp Alonim Health Center Coordinator will oversee the Health Center operation and medical staff. This
position is full-time when living on-site as a camp nurse/coordinator when camp is in session (nine weeks during
the summer, one week in December and one weekend in the spring), and part-time during the remainder of the year
to complete tasks and responsibilities.

Compensation is $30,000and includes room and board during camp sessions, as well as free camper tuition if applicable.
Minimum requirements: Current active R.N. license by California Board of Registered Nursing, 3 years of nursing experience,
and some management experience. For more information, or to apply, contact Karen Garelik, Camp Alonim Associate Director,
at or (877) 225-6646.
The Brandeis-Bardin Campus of American Jewish University offers year-round and summer programs. Summer programs include Gan
Alonim Day Camp for campers ages 5-11, Camp Alonim overnight camp for campers ages 7-17, and Ziering Brandeis Collegiate Institute
(BCI) for participants ages 20-29.
Program Coordinator
Camp Ramah Darom
The Program Coordinator is a key member of Camp Ramah Darom’s year-round team. Key responsibilities include developing, planning and managing the summer camp program schedule. This position will include supporting and attending select short-term retreat programs at Ramah Darom during the year. In addition, the Program Coordinator will be expected to play a role in the year-round activities of community outreach, camper and staff recruitment and staff training.
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