The Salvation Army Camp Program Director in Estes Park, Colorado

Requisition Number

07110 DIV DIR OUTDR MIN 1/10

Post Date

1/10/2019

Title

Camp Program Director

City

Estes Park

State

CO

Description

Divisional Director of Outdoor Ministries

High Peak Camp – Estes Park, CO

Scope of Position:

The Salvation Army is seeking a Divisional Director of Outdoor Ministries (DDOM) who is directly responsible for the program operations, curriculum, and marketing coordination of the Intermountain Division’s outdoor ministry facilities. This position will be

based out of High Peak Camp in Estes Park Colorado but will include and oversee program operations at Aspen Alley Ranch in Encampment, WY. This position will require some travel. This is a full-time, exempt position.

DDOM Basic Responsibilities - High Peak Camp & Aspen Alley Ranch

o Develop and implement a comprehensive business plan in relation to programs

o Oversight of Employees

o Oversight of Programs

o Other Camp Duties crucial to the success of camp ministry success.

Requirements

 The chosen applicant must have a BA degree in outdoor miniseries, or a high school diploma/equivalent paired with a minimum of five years’ experience in outdoor ministries.

 Possess or willing to acquire passenger endorsement for Camp bus.

 A general knowledge of the operation of camp heavy equipment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:

 Christian Camping International

 American Camping Association

 Christian Camp & Conference Association

 Outdoor facility maintenance and operation knowledge

 Possess or acquire certifications for: CPR, 1st Aid, Ropes, Zipline, Climbing Wall, Archery, Wilderness Advance 1st Aid and Food Handlers certifications.

 High level of Christian integrity, values and morals

 Possess a valid CO driver’s license

  • Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.

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here.

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CFR 60-1.35(c)

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