UC - Intermittent/$15.00 per hour
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Provide guidance and direction for daily camp activities.
2. Manage check-in and check-out of campers and JRTOC Cadre volunteers through directing others and organizing information received in excel
3. Participate in and assist with (or direct as needed) all activities associated with LeaderSTATE camp week including but not limited to check-in
and check-out procedures, meals, wake-up/bedtime routines, meetings, leadership development activities, STEM activities, daily physical
training, outings, and tours.
4. Act as camp liaison by communicating regularly and resolving concerns with camp attendees, Residential Counselors, JROTC Cadre volunteers,
STEM instructors, Student Leadership & Community Engagement staff, and other personnel related to camp as needed.
5. Provide support and guidance for Residential Counselors.
6. Actively chair and provide feedback in daily and weekly camp staff meetings as well as conduct final camp evaluations to improve camp quality.
7. Manage issues of conduct as they relate to camp attendees or camp staff.
8. Develop additional camp supplemental activities, teaching materials or evaluations as needed.
Related summer camp experience directing a camp and/or employment as a camp counselor or professional teaching experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Basic understanding of student leadership development
• Basic supervisory and counseling skills
• Understanding and ability to manage fast-paced and hectic environments and schedules
• Excellent communication skills both interpersonal and public speaking
Working Conditions and Physical Effort:
• Participation in daily physical training with camp attendees and staff ranging from slow to brisk jog for one mile at beginning and end of workout
as well as strength training by a certified instructor. (All PT activities may be modified to fit the physical abilities of each participant.)
• Frequently lifts 50 pounds.
• May stand or walk for up to two hours at a time (during tours).
• Must live "in-residence" with other camp staff for duration of camp in a residence hall with a private room and community bathroom
• Concentrates on documents written or in Microsoft word and Microsoft Excel for periods of time of up to several hours without a break.
• Speak to large groups of varying ages and positions.
• Typical work week for camp encompasses more than 70 hours of work (overtime compensation) from Monday-Friday.
Instructions for Applying:
Complete on line application
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement:
MSU is an equal opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, ethnicity, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, disability status, age, sexual orientation, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We always welcome nominations and applications from women, members of any minority group, and others who share our passion for building a diverse community that reflects the diversity in our student population.