Program Areas of Special Interest
At Camp Guggenheim, staff members are part of a team. A staff member’s willingness to help out with virtually all aspects of camp living is important to our lives as a community. Staff members are typically given primary responsibilities in one of the following areas. Please indicate the areas that you are interested in working in, and identify your preferences by numbering your choices in sequence (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.)
Please indicate the date issued and the License Number in the space provided if you obtain one of the following:
Note: Annual recertification in CPR is needed to maintain current Lifeguarding and RTE certification.
The following questions only need to be answered if you wish to be considered for the Assistant Director position.
A staff member may be asked to consider accepting a position as Assistant Director after being asked by the Camp Director (in prayerful consideration with the Staff Selection Committee).
Responsibilities of the Assistant Director include: Floating between different morning and afternoon programs and offering constructive feedback; understanding camp procedures (including paperwork, Department of Health requirements, and kitchen operations); going into town to run necessary errands; serving as an additional liaison between staff members and the Camp Director; assisting with campers that may have additional needs; assisting with unexpected issues (help setting up and cleaning up from programs, filling in for ill staff members in any program area,etc.) assuming all responsibilities of Camp operation in the event that the Camp Director is unavailable.
Staff members who are interested in being considered for this position are asked to submit answers to several additional questions.
In addition to daily tasks, in the event that the Camp Director is unavailable, the Assistant Director may be responsible for assuming all responsibilities of Camp operation.
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