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Join the adventure in the heart of the Flint Hills surrounded by a gorgeous reservoir at our retreat and camp! White Memorial Camp and Retreat Center is looking for a leader to add to our team. Our organization hosts summer camps for youth ages k-12 as well as retreats for adults with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities. We also cater weddings, occasional family reunions and other weekend and week long retreats during the spring and fall. Our busy season is the summer. This is a seasonal position with potential for odd jobs and part time work scattered during the off season. We are seeking:
-Counselor for male campers (preferably with youth pastor ambitions or experience)
-Kitchen cooking staff
-Office assistant
-volunteer cabin counselors for 2 weeks of camp to work with our men and women with intellectual/developmental disabilities as well as a volunteer pastor or spiritual leader for these camps.

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Office Assistant

Job Details: Office Assistant
Job Location: White Memorial Camp and Retreat Center
Position Type: Seasonal/PT/Exempt
Salary Range: $7.50 – $8.00 Hourly
Apply by April 20, 2018
Are you a strong motivated leader who is organized, provides excellent customer service, and is inspired to work behind the scenes? If yes, we have a great opportunity for you. Under the direction of the Camp Director, this individual will work at White Memorial Camp providing support for the life changing, positive experience that is summer camp! This position is about providing the best customer service possible! More specifically, this role is responsible for gathering and organizing participant/staff paperwork, generating reports, identifying and meeting participant/family needs, collecting and organizing moneys, organizing food service, assisting in activity planning and group organization, gathering and organizing supplies, assisting with family events and providing additional program support as needed. This individual must be a team player, organized, able to take initiative and be seen as a leader by others. Occasional odd hours and/or other duties may be assigned as needed. The ideal candidate should be able to work with minimal supervision. Schedule varies, but hours usually are between 8 am and 6:00 pm, as well as event coverage on select nights and weekends.

 Responsible for producing effective and timely paperwork processes and reports.
 Employs excellent customer service through exceptional communication, identifying and meeting participant/family needs
 Plays a key role in money collection, collaborating with kitchen and maintenance staff, supply management
Filing, strong computer skills, data organization, responsible for collecting and organizing registration paperwork and data.
 provides additional program support as needed
 Builds effective, authentic relationships with staff, students and parents; helps them connect with each other. Encourages parent involvement and identifies potential volunteers.
 Attends staff meetings and trainings as scheduled.
 Follows all WMC policies, rules, regulations and procedures, including emergency and safety procedures.

 Ability to speak concisely and effectively communicate.
 Ability to work at a computer, walk, stand or sit while maintaining alertness for long periods of time.
 Ability to work a 20-hour week with irregular work hours.
 Must be able to lift and carry food and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds.
 Position may require bending, leaning, kneeling, and walking.
 Visual and auditory ability to respond to critical situations and physical ability to act swiftly in an emergency.

Experience working with children and a diverse community
Possess excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Proficiency with Microsoft Office and Data Management Systems
Ability to be flexible with work schedule preferred