Do you love working in Camp ministry?  Are you looking for a unique job experience this summer and beyond?  Do you have a passion and excitement to be on the front lines of ministry to children and young people who come to camp? Are you looking for a summer long spiritual environment to grow and stretch your faith in Jesus?  How does living all summer in an Island environment sound to you?*  If this sounds like your dream summer, we would love to work with you at Daybreak Point Bible Camp!
We are looking to hire students/young adults for summer camp ministry positions both on Island and in our Burnaby office. This ministry requires people with enthusiasm, a positive attitude, a passion to serve, a love for children, and a love for Jesus Christ.  We are looking for someone to assist Kent on Anvil Island in the shoulder seasons and throughout the summer as our Assistant Caretaker.
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We are hiring for:
Assistant Caretaker (Island Based)
Summer Office Assistant (Office based)
*Head Lifeguard + Assistant Head Guard + Lifeguards (Island based)
*Boat Driver (Island based)
*Canteen Manager/Inventory Coordinator (Island based)

See our postings below! Applications due by March 31, 2020 & interviews will be conducted early April.

ASSISTANT CARETAKER (Island Based)

Job Description
The successful applicant for this camp ministry position will be responsible to support the Caretaker in preparing and maintaining the facility for the spring rental and summer camp seasons. They will live on site five days per week during May and June, providing Caretaker coverage two of those days. They will work part-time, covering the Caretaker’s two days off per week, during July and August, as well as provide two weeks of vacation coverage during that time (schedules will be determined together with the Caretaker). They will be self motivated and work well alone, under direction of the Caretaker. They will also demonstrate a pleasant, helpful nature, as they will be representing Daybreak as Host to the various user groups. Operation of camp water taxis is required to transport volunteers, service technicians, and occasional rental groups. Operation of various other camp vehicles and equipment is also required. Other duties will include landscape maintenance, janitorial, and various general maintenance tasks. The Assistant Caretaker is required to work 40 hours per week during May and June. Accommodations will be provided.
Summer staff are responsible for waterfront supervision as well as equipment safety, monitoring and maintenance. The team will be required to attend mandatory staff meetings, emergency drills/SIMs, and team building exercises.

Qualifications:
a. Strong work ethic & positive attitude
b. Self-directed & takes initiative
c. Boating experience
d. Trades experience
e. Minimum 18 years of age by contract start date
f. Valid B.C. Driver’s License
g. Marine training requirements:
i. Pleasure Craft Operator Card (minimum)
ii. Small Vessel Operator Proficiency (training can be provided)
h. Basic First Aid certification*
i. Completed Criminal Record Check
j. Able to lift 20-50 lbs

In addition, it would be beneficial if the applicant were to have experience in a camp setting, working with children and youth and be familiar with water-sport activities and general maintenance.

Compensation (per week includes room and board): From $700 /week
Start Date: Spring 2020
End Date: Fall 2020

*We will be hiring 1-2 individuals with Occupational First Aid training. If there are no eligible applicants with such training, the Society may be willing to fund training for interested employees.

All Daybreak Staff are required to sign Daybreak Point Bible Camp’s Statement of faith and must attend weekly Summer Staff meetings and Sunday morning chapels.

HEAD GUARD (Island based)

Job Description:

The successful applicant for the head guard position will be responsible for life-guarding activities on the oceanfront and first aid/emergency care, for campers and staff of all ages throughout the summer as well as leadership of the summer staff team. Interaction with and supervision of campers and staff is required for water sports (wake boarding/water skiing etc.), swimming, hiking and boating. These activities occur at varied times of day, which will requires the head guard to stay at the camp for the entire employment period, except for regular scheduled days off. In addition to waterfront duties, all guards, as summer staff, will be responsible for first aid duties, weekly inventory, safety and cabin checks, and some waterfront/camp maintenance duties as assigned.

The head guard will have summer staff oversight responsibilities (organizational and spiritual leadership, scheduling, conflict resolution and team building) and will be the primary contact for camp directors as they coordinate program scheduling. Leadership and discipleship experience would be an asset. The Head Guard reports to the summer staff coordinator and submits weekly reports.

Summer staff are responsible for waterfront supervision as well as equipment safety, monitoring and maintenance. The team will be required to attend mandatory staff meetings, emergency drills/SIMs, and team building exercises.

Qualifications:
Life-guarding experience with the following qualifications:

  1. Interpersonal & leadership skills
  2. Strong work ethic & positive attitude
  3. Bronze Medallion
  4. Bronze Cross
  5. National Lifesaving Service Award
  6. Valid CPR certification (Level C)
  7. Valid First Aid certification*
  8. Completed Criminal Record Check

In addition, it would be beneficial if the applicant were to have experience in a camp setting and/or experience working with children and youth.

Compensation (per week includes room and board): From $700 /week

Start Date: June 29, 2020

End Date: September 7, 2020

The successful applicant will be available for the entire employment June 29 – September 7, 2020, as well as one of the two fall weekend camps. (September 18-20 and October 2-4).

 

*We will be hiring 1-2 individuals with Occupational First Aid training. If there are no eligible applicants with such training, the Society may be willing to fund training for interested employees.

 

All Summer Staff are required to sign Daybreak Point Bible Camp’s Statement of faith and must attend weekly Summer Staff meetings and Sunday morning chapels.

 

ASSISTANT HEAD GUARD (Island Based)

Job Description:

The successful applicant for this summer camp ministry position will be responsible for lifeguarding activities on the oceanfront and first aid/emergency care, for campers and staff of all ages throughout the summer. Interaction with and supervision of campers and staff is required for water sports (wake boarding/water skiing etc.), swimming, hiking and boating. These activities occur at varied times of day, which will requires life guarding staff to stay at the camp for the entire employment period, except for regular scheduled days off. In addition to waterfront duties, all guards, will be responsible for other duties which include (but are not limited to) first aid duties, weekly inventory, safety and cabin checks, and waterfront/camp maintenance.

Summer staff are responsible for waterfront supervision as well as equipment safety, monitoring and maintenance. The team will be required to attend mandatory staff meetings, emergency drills/SIMs, and team building exercises.

The assistant head guard will provide leader ship it to the team when the had guard is off island. As well, the assistant will work along side the head guard to plan and carry out Staff meetings, emergency drills, teambuilding exercises, and will liaise with the camp leader ship.

Qualifications:

Lifeguarding experience with the following qualifications:

  1. Bronze Medallion
  2. Bronze Cross
  3. National Lifesaving Service Award
  4. Valid CPR certification (Level C)
  5. Valid First Aid certification*
  6. Completed Criminal Record Check
  7. Interpersonal and leadership skills
  8. Strong work ethic
  9. Positive attitude.

In addition, it would be beneficial if the applicant were to have experience in a camp setting and/or experience working with children and youth.

Compensation (per week includes room and board): From $700 /week

Start Date: June 29, 2020

End Date: September 7, 2020

The successful applicant will be available for the entire employment June 29 – September 7, 2020, as well as one of the two fall weekend camps. (September 18-20 and October 2-4).

All Summer Staff are required to sign Daybreak Point Bible Camp’s Statement of faith and must attend weekly Summer Staff meetings and Sunday morning chapels.

*We will be hiring 1-2 individuals with Occupational First Aid training. If there are no eligible applicants with such training, the Society may be willing to fund training for interested employees.

LIFEGUARD(S) (Island based)

Job Description:

The successful applicant(s) for these summer camp ministry positions will be responsible for lifeguarding activities on the oceanfront and first aid/emergency care, for campers and staff of all ages throughout the summer. Interaction with and supervision of campers and staff is required for water sports (wake boarding/water skiing etc.), swimming, hiking and boating. These activities occur at varied times of day, which will requires life guarding staff to stay at the camp for the entire employment period, except for regular scheduled days off. In addition to waterfront and first aid duties, all guards, will be responsible for other duties which include (but are not limited to), weekly inventory, safety and cabin checks, and waterfront/camp maintenance.

Summer staff are responsible for waterfront supervision as well as equipment safety, monitoring and maintenance. The team will be required to attend mandatory staff meetings, emergency drills/SIMs, and team building exercises as assigned by the head guard, assistant head guard, or summer staff supervisor.

Qualifications:

Lifeguarding experience with the following qualifications:

  1. Bronze Medallion
  2. Bronze Cross
  3. National Lifesaving Service Award
  4. Valid CPR certification (Level C)
  5. Valid First Aid certification*
  6. Completed Criminal Record Check
  7. Strong work ethic and a positive attitude

In addition, it would be beneficial if the applicant were to have experience in a camp setting and/or experience working with children and youth.

Compensation (per week includes room and board): From $700 /week

Start Date: June 29, 2020

End Date: September 7, 2020

The successful applicant(s) will be available for the entire employment June 29 – September 7, 2020, as well as one of the two fall weekend camps. (September 18-20 and October 2-4).

All Summer Staff are required to sign Daybreak Point Bible Camp’s Statement of faith and must attend weekly Summer Staff meetings and Sunday morning chapels.

*We will be hiring 1-2 individuals with Occupational First Aid training. If there are no eligible applicants with such training, the Society may be willing to fund training for interested employees.

BOAT DRIVER/MAINTENANCE WORKER (Island based)

Job Description:

The successful applicant for this summer camp ministry position will be responsible for safe operation of motorized watercraft, the weekly cleaning of boats, keeping the boat dock (including Kayaks) in good condition, enforcing boating rules in a courteous but firm manner, working with the waterfront staff, and interacting with campers and staff of all ages throughout the summer. The boat driver plays an important role as first encounter point for many visitors to camp in their daily runs to the Marina. It will be important that the Boat Driver demonstrates a pleasant, helpful nature, as they will be representing Daybreak as Host to donors, parents, campers, staff, and volunteers and as they interact with suppliers, vendors, and service providers..

The Boat Driver is responsible for boat maintenance, and ensuring safety equipment is working at all times. They must be alert to program safety factors and potential hazards.

Operation of the boat is required for water sports (wake boarding/water skiing etc.), and transportation. These activities occur at varied times of day, which will require the boat driver to stay at the camp for the entire employment period, except for regular scheduled days off. In addition to boat operation duties, the boat driver/summer staff employee is responsible for all equipment (skis, ropes, tubes etc.) repair and weekly inventory, safety checks, and maintenance. The boat driver may also be trained to operate other camp equipment (passenger transport boats and utility vehicles). This role will include general camp maintenance duties that will be assigned by the caretaker. The boat driver/maintenance worker is required to work 40 hours a week.

Summer staff are responsible for waterfront supervision as well as equipment safety, monitoring and maintenance. The team will be required to attend mandatory staff meetings, emergency drills/SIMs, and team building exercises.

Qualifications:

  1. Boating experience
  2. Minimum 18 years of age by contract start date
  3. Valid B.C. Driver’s License
  4. Safe Boaters Certificate (Pleasure Craft Operator’s Card)
  5. Basic First Aid certification*
  6. Completed Criminal Record Check
  7. Strong work ethic
  8. Positive attitude

*Higher than basic first aid certification would be an asset.

In addition, it would be beneficial if the applicant were to have experience in a camp setting, working with children and youth and be familiar with water-sport activities and general maintenance.

Compensation (per week includes room and board): From $700 /week

Start Date: June 29, 2020

End Date: September 7, 2020

The successful applicant will be available for the entire employment June 29 – September 7, 2020, as well as one of the two fall weekend camps. (September 18-20 and October 2-4).

All Summer Staff are required to sign Daybreak Point Bible Camp’s Statement of faith and must attend weekly Summer Staff meetings and Sunday morning chapels.

 

CANTEEN COORDINATOR (Island based)

Job Description:

The successful applicant for this summer camp ministry position will be responsible for canteen product ordering, sales, daily stocking and maintenance of camp and canteen facility. The ordering and supplying of goods to the canteen requires an ability to shop or organize shopping and delivery or pick up of product from suppliers such as Costco. These activities occur at varied times of day, which will requires the canteen manager to stay at the camp for the entire employment period, except for regular scheduled days off. Canteen staff members are responsible for all canteen operations including ordering, weekly inventory and reporting, as well as acting as a liaison between the office/food ordering (on the mainland) and the weekly on-island kitchen staff. The canteen manager is expected to work approximately 8 hours per day. In addition to canteen duties, the canteen manager will be responsible for weekly kitchen inventory, compiling and sending email reports weekly to the administrator, communicating with the kitchen, liaison on the mainland, safety and cabin checks, waterfront camper tracking, canteen machine maintenance and other duties as assigned by the summer staff supervisor. The Canteen Coordinator is responsible to look over food inventory with the head cook at the beginning of each camp to assure needed supplies are on the island. Summer staff are responsible for equipment safety, monitoring and maintenance. The team will be required to attend mandatory staff meetings, emergency drills/SIMs, and team building exercises.

Qualifications:

  1. Organizational Skills
  2. General Computer Skills
  3. Fluency in Microsoft Excel
  4. Strong work ethic
  5. Cheerful personality with a positive attitude
  6. Experience handling money
  7. Experience with Inventory
  8. Experience with Point of Sale systems
  9. Able to lift 20-50 lb. boxes
  10. Completed Criminal Record Check

In addition, it would be beneficial if the applicant were to have experience in a camp setting and/or experience working with children and youth.

Compensation (per week includes room and board): From $700 /week

Start Date: June 29, 2020

End Date: September 7, 2020

The successful applicant will be available for the entire employment June 29 – September 7, 2020, as well as one of the two fall weekend camps. (September 18-20 and October 2-4).

All Summer Staff are required to sign Daybreak Point Bible Camp’s Statement of faith and must attend weekly Summer Staff meetings and Sunday morning chapels.

 

SUMMER OFFICE ASSISTANT (Mainland based)

Job Description:

The successful applicant for this office position will be responsible for assisting the administrator in the daily tasks of responding to emails & phone calls, trouble-shooting registration for campers and staff, receiving & organizing camper sponsorships, receiving all completed criminal record checks & references, being a liaison between the camp volunteers and staff & the office, basic book keeping, helping with weekly food ordering and food runs. These activities occur during the office hours of 8-4, Monday- Friday, with varied times for food runs and camp check-ins.

The office assistant is expected for work approximately 7 hours per day, but flexibility can be discussed on an individual basis. In addition to working within the office hours, the office assistant may be required to travel to camp for a weekly check in, canteen coverage and food run organization. The Office Assistant must have regular access to a vehicle. The Office Assistant reports to the Administrator and submits weekly reports. 

Qualifications:

  1. Organizational skills
  2. General computer skills
  3. Fluency in Microsoft Excel & Word
  4. Good work ethic, self-directed
  5. Interpersonal skills, cheerful personality and a positive attitude
  6. Experience handling money
  7. Experience with inventory
  8. Able to lift 20-50 lb boxes
  9. Completed Criminal Record Check
  10. Valid Driver’s License

In addition, it would be beneficial if the applicant were to have experience in a camp setting and/or experience working with children and youth. 

Compensation:  Hourly Range based on a 35 hour work week – $15.20 – $15.95

Start Date: May 19, 2020

End Date: September 7, 2020

The successful applicant will be available for the entire employment May 19 – September 7, 2020.

All Summer Staff are required to sign Daybreak Point Bible Camp’s Statement of faith.

 

 

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