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Day Camp Director Job Description
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Camp Director

WORKING HOURS: 10 weeks of the summer 

POSITION SUMMARY:
Responsibilities include leading a Day Camp program (nicknamed Green Team) designed for the children of staff, between the ages 2-12, to provide spiritual, educational, and emotional growth and health during summer camp; and to supervise the counselors serving under you in the care of the children. 

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
General:  The Day Camp Director implements the curriculum, schedule and activities for the children of staff who are serving at camp during the summer. On a day-to-day basis, this means supervising the counselors under you and creating a workable and achievable daily plan, leading in devotions, fun activities, and daily learning times. There is a minimal amount of daily record keeping involved, and at the end of the week the children receive certificates for good character, Best Team Spirit, and rewards for bible verses memorized during the week.

The goal of the Day Camp Director is to create a safe, and healthy environment for children to grow in Christ, learn to serve as part of a team, and enjoy fun and the benefits of being at a summer camp while their parents are serving on staff (swimming, horses, archery, crafts…). This is more than a “babysitting” experience- the goal is that our children will grow and realize they are part of a team that is serving God.

The time commitment is for 10 weeks this summer. You would move to camp by Memorial Day, which begins Leadership Training week where you finish your curriculum, schedules, supplies for activities and awards, and connect with the counselors that will be serving under you during the summer. Camp runs for 10 weeks in a row, ending August 8th. 

Specific:   

  • Be sure that each child in the Day Camp Program has a registration paper filled out by a parent and keep them on file. Make note of any food allergies and special needs.
  • Fill out Daily Recordkeeping on Attendance and Behavioral Charts, Verses Memorized, and adding Worksheet papers to individual binders. Each child should go home with a completed binder at the end of the summer including these charts, worksheets, their photo album pages (from the Media Manager) and their weekly certificates. 
  • Make expectations clear for your counselors and hold them responsible- example: No sleeping during rest time- children must be supervised at all times and counselors cannot fall asleep when the children are under their care!
  • Encourage your counselors- build team spirit and affirm them often. 
  • Execute curriculum, policies and safety protocols with high energy, integrity, and passion to foster camper confidence and self-esteem. 
  • Set the tone for a safe and fun camp in which the program is being delivered with enthusiasm. 
  • Each Monday morning you will have short trainings for your counselors to go over the schedule, curriculum, camper discipline, and crafts and games for that week.
  • Teach the counselors various behavior management techniques and how to manage discipline issues.
  • Make weekly and daily goals and use the SMART model to reach those goals. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time-bound).
  • Access the needs of the children you are serving and problem-solve. Are the older ones getting really bored? Are the younger ones getting cranky and tired? If you have a child that is particularly energetic and has a tough time sitting still, take time to create a plan to help him/her to stay engaged- can they color during devotions, or do they need more play time at the swings? Communicate with the parents and consult with the Directors when needed.
  • Lead Day Campers in cleaning up their table after meals and keeping their program space picked up each day. On Friday mornings, have campers be part of cleaning the Day Camp Program facility.
  • Attend Leadership Team meetings 3x’s per week and give feedback to Director when you cannot attend.
  • Keep an inventory of supplies for the program and alert the Site Leader when items are needed. 
  • Familiarize, uphold, and implement the camps policies, rules, and systems

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY

  • Understanding, ability, and passion, to fulfill the duties of the Day Camp Director
  • Respect for authorities that includes supporting their decisions when they are not around 
  • Respect confidentiality, have integrity and exercise good judgment
  • Passionate commitment to Christ and the mission of the ministry
  • Not a novice in the faith but be spiritually mature seeking the Lord’s will in every aspect of life and should whole heartedly agree with the Camp David of the Ozark’s Articles of Faith 
  • Have a “Can Do” attitude and be passionate to learn
  • Operate with a “striving for excellence” value

Camp David of the Ozarks’ Day Camp Director compensation package is as follows: $100 a week ($1,000 for the whole summer), plus free room and board for the summer. 

NOTE: Acceptance for this position will depend on successful completion of the Volunteer Application, references reviewed, and a criminal background check: www.campdavidozarks.org

 

Counselor Coach Job Description 2021 (Male and Female)                           
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: CDO Camp Director

WORKING HOURS: 10 weeks of the summer; approx. 14 hours per day with about 47 hours off on the weekends (the 14 hours per day has breaks and has 1-2 hours off during the afternoons for recharge)
Compensation Package: $100 a week ($1,000 for the whole summer), plus free room and board for the summer.

POSITION SUMMARY: Equip and support counselors in their daily responsibilities, and coach campers who are stuck in conflict or negative behaviors. This position is a good fit for a caring individual who is pursuing degrees in counseling, criminology, social services, or being a Life Coach. You will gain phenomenal experience working with at-risk kids and helping them deescalate, care for their emotions, and empower them in making healthy choices. Some parts of the position require filling out paperwork, while other parts require a listening ear and understanding heart. The Counselor Coach also checks in with the Day Camp Leader who manages the counselors and campers for the Day Camp Program known as Green Team.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: The Counselor Coach’s role with the counselors is training them, meeting with them daily for encouragement, support, and prayer. The counselors are often in a parenting role for the first time and the Counselor Coach is the one they look to for support, creativity in leading at-risk kids, and prayer. The Counselor Coach also works with campers who seem “stuck” by helping them resolve conflicts or work through negative behavior. The Counselor Coach is attentive to the needs of campers and counselors and looks for the “big picture” of what is happening among the cabin teams.

The position is shared with two Counselor Coaches, a male and female. The purpose for this is that on boy’s week the male counselor coach is in the A position and the female takes the B support position. Then the following week, a girl’s week, the two reverse roles and the female leads with the male as the support position. There are times when a group of campers may in conflict, and then both Counselor Coaches and the Camp Director work together to help resolve the situation. The Camp Director meets with the Counselor Coaches daily (and is always on-call) to help them problem solve and find the best way to empower campers in making healthy choices which gives the Counselor Coaches valuable training.

Responsibilities on “A” Weeks (Male CC on boy’s weeks, Female CC on girl’s weeks): 

  • Train counselors on Monday who have not received training.
  • Meet with counselors in large group meeting each morning.
  • Meet with counselors as a team each day (Safe Room Meetings).
  • Handle camper conflicts (keep director informed)
  • Meet with Director each day over lunch to share about team updates, praises and struggles.
  • Document all behavior that requires camper or counselors that need to be sent home. 
  • After talking with the directors, call DFS on any cases that seem needed to report.
  • Night watch each night in the wagon circle. 

 Responsibilities on “B” Weeks (Male CC on girl’s weeks, Female CC on boy’s weeks) 

  • Arrange campers into teams before they arrive (talk to Director to confirm teams)
  • Keep track of team scores including judging clean table scores.
  • Make sure teams have supplies for week (boxes, camper journals, backpacks, blankets, etc.)
  • Help teams stay on schedule, communicate with program director if schedule needs adjusted
  • Check-in with Day Camp Leader and offer support and encouragement to their team of counselors and leader.
  • Go over verse and daily theme during mealtime routine.
  • Get items ready for counselor meeting each morning (Prayer journal, snacks, certificates, etc.)
  • Schedule counselors or staff to share their testimony during Evening Chapel.
  • Call parents for permission for kids wanting to be baptized.
  • Keep track of salvations, baptisms, most verses memorized, etc.
  • Make sure there are enough Aunties and Grandma’s to read rest time stories.
  • Both Counselor Coaches are responsible to familiarize, uphold, and implement the camps policies, rules, and systems.

(This position description may not include all the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all tasks that may be found)

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY

  • Understanding, ability, and passion, to fulfill the duties of the Counselor Coach.
  • Have a thorough understanding of the Bible and listening to God’s leading.
  • Have a high emotional intelligence.
  • Respect for authorities that includes supporting their decisions when they are not around.
  • Respect confidentiality and exercise good judgment.
  • Passionate commitment to Christ and the mission of the ministry.
  • Not a novice in the faith but be spiritually mature seeking the Lord’s will in every aspect of life
  • Agree with the Camp David of the Ozark’s Articles of Faith.
  • Active in a local church and have some experience in working with children.
  • Have a “Can Do” attitude- problem solving when you hit obstacles and while communicating with your leaders.
  • Be passionate to learn- having a teachable spirit.
  • Operate with a “striving for excellence” value- making sure all the paperwork is completed and the counselors and campers are well attended.

MISSION: “To be a transforming agent in the lives of families of prisoners by introducing them to the love and hope in Jesus Christ, and to develop leaders who will impact our world.” The Counselor Coach will focus on the first part of our mission statement- to be transforming agents in the lives of families of prisoners.

Acceptance for this position will depend on successful completion of the Leadership Application, references reviewed, and a criminal background check

 

Camp Nurse Job Description
TITLE: Camp Nurse

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Chief Executive Officer

WORKING HOURS: Position is for 10 weeks, beginning May 31st and ending August 6th.

POSITION SUMMARY:

  • This position is a full-summer missionary with Camp David of the Ozarks, living and working at camp, on-call 24 hours a day. Each week starts Sunday at 3:00 pm and ends at 5:00 pm on Friday
  • Housing and meals provided throughout time working
  • Pay is $150 per week

MISSION:To be a transforming agent in the lives of families of prisoners by introducing them to the love and hope in Jesus Christ, andto develop leaders who will impact our world.”

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: 
General: The Camp Nurse is the one who administers first aid for the campers and staff and administers camper medications. The Camp Nurse also checks camper’s physical condition on the arrival and departure of campers, and contacts parents when she believes it is necessary concerning injuries campers sustain at camp. In case of emergency, the Camp Nurse will call the Camp Doctor, and emergency personal (911).

Summer Camp:

  • Weekly “check-ins” for new campers, including a brief head-to-toe assessment, summarize any potential problems for the week (ADHD, bed-wetting, etc.) and logging in medications
  • Administering scheduled and PRN medications to campers throughout the week
  • Directly assessing any First Aid situations that arise with campers or staff, providing proper interventions, and documenting all situations accurately
  • Common First Aid situations include: twisted ankles, insect bites, tick bites, sunburn, heat exhaustion, cuts/scrapes/bruises, sore muscles, jammed fingers or toes, nausea/vomiting, headaches, etc.
  • In serious situations taking the proper action, which may include calling 911, or sending the camper home
  • Providing TLC for campers who show physical manifestations of emotional problems, such as home sickness
  • Keeping nurse’s station well stocked with needed supplies, clean, and organized
  • Weekly “check-out” for campers in which head-to-toe assessment is performed, medications are returning to camper’s luggage, and any changes in camper’s health status (including cuts, scrapes, bruises, sore ankles, etc.) are evaluated and reported to camper’s parent/guardian via phone conversation
  • Familiarize, uphold, and implement the camps policies, rules, and systems 
  • During slow times of the week the Camp Nurse can assist with extra camp projects such as assembling backpacks or wrapping birthday gifts as they are able.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY 

  • RN with current license
  • Current CPR/First Aid certification
  • Love for children 
  • Respect confidentiality and exercise good judgment
  • Ability to communicate clearly 
  • Spiritually mature seeking the Lord’s will in every aspect of life and should whole heartedly agree with the Camp David of the Ozark’s Articles of Faith and the mission of the ministry
  • If married, be living at peace with spouse, and together having the common goals of serving the Lord Jesus Christ 
  • Be a self-starter and can manage time well
  • Acceptance for this position will depend on a completed Volunteer Application and three references that are reviewed, and a phone interview

 

Staff Manager Job Description
TITLE: Staff Manager 

MISSION:To be a transforming agent in the lives of families of prisoners by introducing them to the love and hope in Jesus Christ, and to develop leaders who will impact our world.” The Staff Manager will focus on the second part of our mission statement- developing leaders.

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:  Director 

WORKING HOURS: 10 weeks of the summer; approx. 12 hours per day with about 47 hours off on the weekends (the 12 hours per day has breaks and has 1-2 hours off during the afternoons for recharge)

POSITION SUMMARY:
Lead and train Support Staff and any other staff assigned to help, in accomplishing tasks that support the camp program. This includes teaching work ethic, accountability, how-to systems, and service with a smile. It also involves creating schedules, doing write-ups when necessary, and inspiring young people to take pride in their work and working together as a team. This position is a good fit for someone who is pursuing degrees in business management, organizational leadership, and operations management. You will gain much experience in leading and training young people to accomplish operational tasks such as food service, custodial duties, and service with a smile. The position requires some understanding of common food service and cleaning procedures, training a team in striving for excellence and holding them accountable so they learn work ethic, and organizing tasks into a schedule each week. The Staff Manager works closely with the Staff Coach to lead the staff and help keep a positive team spirit. 

Twenty-five percent of our staff are former campers, which means they have or have had a parent in prison. Their time of service on staff plays a large role in their discipleship and spiritual growth. As Staff Manager, you play a major role in them learning responsibility and work ethic which will help them be more successful in the job market. 

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
General:
 Leading the support staff in fulfilling their different responsibilities around camp. Doing do it in a way that promotes love, trust and builds teamwork. The Support Staff Leader will assume primary responsibility for the daily cleaning and upkeep of the camp facilities.  

 Specific: 

  • Protecting, maintaining, and strengthening a joyful outlook among the support staff
  • Creating a positive atmosphere where staff are challenged and growing in their abilities
  • Making the dining hall, staff housing, kitchen, shower houses and bathrooms sparkle 
  • Creating an enjoyable dining experience through amazing service
  • Maintaining the camp’s fun, clean, and peaceful outdoor surroundings 
  • Maintaining clear communication with the director over him/her
  • Familiarize, uphold, and implement the camps policies, rules, and systems for support staff

(This position description may not include all of the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all tasks that may be found in positions of this type).

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY 

  • Ability to lead young people ages 12-23
  • Learn names of the people they are working with
  • Inspire those working under them by reminding them about their part in the mission 
  • Safeguard the trust and relationships at camp from grumbling, gossip, and backbiting
  • Passionate commitment to Christ and the mission of the ministry
  • Not a novice in the faith but be spiritually mature seeking the Lord’s will in every aspect of life 
  • Agree with the Camp David of the Ozark’s Articles of Faith
  • Active in a local church and have experience in leadership
  • Be a self-starter and have the ability to motivate and supervise others
  • Have a “Striving for excellence” value in everything
  • Be willing to learn and implement the camp systems and train others to do so as well

Employment will depend on successful completion of a background check

Staff Manager Compensation package is as follows:  $100 a week ($1,000 for the whole summer), plus free room and board for the summer.

 

Day Camp Director Job Description
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Camp Director

WORKING HOURS: 10 weeks of the summer 

POSITION SUMMARY:
Responsibilities include leading a Day Camp program (nicknamed Green Team) designed for the children of staff, between the ages 2-12, to provide spiritual, educational, and emotional growth and health during summer camp; and to supervise the counselors serving under you in the care of the children. 

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: 
General:
  The Day Camp Director implements the curriculum, schedule and activities for the children of staff who are serving at camp during the summer. On a day-to-day basis, this means supervising the counselors under you and creating a workable and achievable daily plan, leading in devotions, fun activities, and daily learning times. There is a minimal amount of daily record keeping involved, and at the end of the week the children receive certificates for good character, Best Team Spirit, and rewards for bible verses memorized during the week.

The goal of the Day Camp Director is to create a safe, and healthy environment for children to grow in Christ, learn to serve as part of a team, and enjoy fun and the benefits of being at a summer camp while their parents are serving on staff (swimming, horses, archery, crafts…). This is more than a “babysitting” experience- the goal is that our children will grow and realize they are part of a team that is serving God.

The time commitment is for 10 weeks this summer. You would move to camp by Memorial Day, which begins Leadership Training week where you finish your curriculum, schedules, supplies for activities and awards, and connect with the counselors that will be serving under you during the summer. Camp runs for 10 weeks in a row, ending August 8th. 

Specific:  

  • Be sure that each child in the Day Camp Program has a registration paper filled out by a parent and keep them on file. Make note of any food allergies and special needs.
  • Fill out Daily Recordkeeping on Attendance and Behavioral Charts, Verses Memorized, and adding Worksheet papers to individual binders. Each child should go home with a completed binder at the end of the summer including these charts, worksheets, their photo album pages (from the Media Manager) and their weekly certificates. 
  • Make expectations clear for your counselors and hold them responsible- example: No sleeping during rest time- children must be supervised at all times and counselors cannot fall asleep when the children are under their care!
  • Encourage your counselors- build team spirit and affirm them often. 
  • Execute curriculum, policies and safety protocols with high energy, integrity, and passion to foster camper confidence and self-esteem. 
  • Set the tone for a safe and fun camp in which the program is being delivered with enthusiasm. 
  • Each Monday morning you will have short trainings for your counselors to go over the schedule, curriculum, camper discipline, and crafts and games for that week.
  • Teach the counselors various behavior management techniques and how to manage discipline issues.
  • Make weekly and daily goals and use the SMART model to reach those goals. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, Time-bound).
  • Access the needs of the children you are serving and problem-solve. Are the older ones getting really bored? Are the younger ones getting cranky and tired? If you have a child that is particularly energetic and has a tough time sitting still, take time to create a plan to help him/her to stay engaged- can they color during devotions, or do they need more play time at the swings? Communicate with the parents and consult with the Directors when needed.
  • Lead Day Campers in cleaning up their table after meals and keeping their program space picked up each day. On Friday mornings, have campers be part of cleaning the Day Camp Program facility.
  • Attend Leadership Team meetings 3x’s per week and give feedback to Director when you cannot attend.
  • Keep an inventory of supplies for the program and alert the Site Leader when items are needed. 
  • Familiarize, uphold, and implement the camps policies, rules, and systems 

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY 

  • Understanding, ability, and passion, to fulfill the duties of the Day Camp Director
  • Respect for authorities that includes supporting their decisions when they are not around 
  • Respect confidentiality, have integrity and exercise good judgment
  • Passionate commitment to Christ and the mission of the ministry
  • Not a novice in the faith but be spiritually mature seeking the Lord’s will in every aspect of life and should whole heartedly agree with the Camp David of the Ozark’s Articles of Faith 
  • Have a “Can Do” attitude and be passionate to learn
  • Operate with a “striving for excellence” value

Camp David of the Ozarks’ Day Camp Director compensation package is as follows: $100 a week ($1,000 for the whole summer), plus free room and board for the summer. 

NOTE: Acceptance for this position will depend on successful completion of the Volunteer Application, references reviewed, and a criminal background check: www.campdavidozarks.org

 

Worship Leader Job Description
TITLE: 
 Worship Leader

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Program Director

WORKING HOURS: 10 weeks of the summer 

POSITION SUMMARY: 
Planning and leading Worship during summer camp and helping with other responsibilities to assist the camp program.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: 
General:
 Worship Leaders help lead children at-risk to Jesus through music, and help the staff connect with God through worship. The leader puts together a band each week and leads them. The Worship leader also assists in other responsibilities for the summer camp program when they are not leading worship, and they work with the Leadership team to maintain a trusting camp environment.  

This position provides a lot of experience in working with at-risk kids and helping them connect with God through music. Leading worship at camp is very different than leading worship in church or at a youth group—most of Camp David’s campers have never been to church before and do not know any Christian songs. The Worship Leader will also gain experience in leading worship with young adults from very varied church backgrounds from Pentecostal to Episcopalian.

The Worship Leader usually plays guitar and leads the singing, and we have several staff people to play with the leader including someone on the keyboard, someone on the jimbay (drum), and hopefully another guitar & bass guitar.  The Worship Leader leads this band, making sure each person knows the songs to play and has music. He/she also must coordinate with the AV person and make sure someone does the song slides. The Worship Leader not only leads in songs of worship, but in fun and crazy camp songs that the campers like.

Specific: 

  • Lead praise & worship 20 times each week including Sunday evening staff worship, leading in 2 songs before each meal, and 3-4 songs for evening chapel times
  • Choose songs, make a schedule, and be prepared to lead each time singing is on the schedule
  • Practice with your band and be sure everyone has a schedule and is ready to go when it’s your moment!
  • Connect with AV and communicate your needs/expectations
  • Create power point slides for songs and other needs of the Program Director
  • Keep music, instruments, and stage clean and organized
  • Keep instruments tuned and ready to play (have extra guitar strings available for emergencies)
  • Have background music ready to play during meals and during morning activities in Ft. Turley. 
  • Check in and report to Program Director regularly
  • Follow through on extra responsibilities that assist the camp program
  • Be DJ for the Princess Dinners
  • Familiarize, uphold, and implement the camps policies, rules, and systems 

 (This position description may not include all the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all tasks that may be found)

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY 

  • Understanding, ability, and passion, to fulfill the duties of the Worship Leader
  • Have a thorough understanding of the Bible and listening to God’s leading
  • Have a high emotional intelligence
  • Respect for authorities that includes supporting their decisions when they are not around 
  • Respect confidentiality and exercise good judgment
  • Passionate commitment to Christ and the mission of the ministry
  • Not a novice in the faith but be spiritually mature seeking the Lord’s will in every aspect of life and should whole heartedly agree with the Camp David of the Ozark’s Articles of Faith 
  • Active in a local church and have experience in leading worship
  • Have a “Can Do” attitude
  • Be passionate to learn
  • Operate with a “striving for excellence” value

Acceptance for this position will depend on successful completion of the Leadership Application, references reviewed, and a criminal background check

Camp David of the Ozarks’ Worship Leader compensation package is as follows: $100 a week ($1,000 for the whole summer), plus free room and board for the summer.

 

Equestrian Manager Job Description
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR: Camp Director

WORKING HOURS:  Full time which is approx. 40 hours per week, plus more in the summer during camp season. 

Pay: This is a personal support raising position. With that said, we are committed to giving you all the tools you need to raise your personal support quickly through the SRS support raising model. Check out: www.supportraisingsolutions.org

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:  

General: The role of the Equestrian Manger is total management of any horse related care as it relates to horses’ wellbeing and best practices for horse keeping and riding. The Equestrian Manager could also manage 2-5 horse care internsOther responsibilities include caring for additional animals on site and various odd jobs.

Specific:   

  • Oversee horse’s health and needs (lameness, weight, pests, moods, etc.)
  • Be sure horses are getting fresh water and hay/grain daily.
  • Keep track of required supplies on a weekly basis- grain, hay, other horse health needs.
  • Maintain riding equipment (bridles, saddles, saddle blankets, halters, lead ropes) and replace when needed.
  • Care for horses or arrange helpers to care for them during weekends.  
  • Perform or oversee training corrections that might be necessary- ex: hard mouths developing.
  • Plan enough horses for each event, and if more are needed, seek who we can borrow from, and plan how to bring them to camp and take them back. Provide for transportation home for borrowed horses after camp event.
  • Keep in contact with people offering horses over summer.
  • Keep in contact with farrier- setting up appointments and being available to hold horses for shoeing.
  • Develop and oversee programs where horses can be used to help at risk youth.
  • Track successes and share stories. 

 (This position description may not include all the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all tasks that may be found)

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITY 

  • Understanding, ability, and passion, to fulfill the duties of the Horse Program Directors
  • Have a thorough understanding of the scriptures and listening to God’s leading.
  • Have a high emotional intelligence. 
  • Respect confidentiality and exercise good judgment.
  • Passionate commitment to Christ and the mission of the ministry
  • Ability to communicate clearly and effectively in writing using proper grammar and punctuation.
  • Not a novice in the faith but be spiritually mature seeking the Lord’s will in every aspect of life and should whole heartedly agree with the Camp David of the Ozark’s Articles of Faith. 
  • Active in a local church and have experience in leadership.
  • If married, be living at peace with spouse, and together having the common goals of serving the Lord Jesus Christ and investing in Kingdom work with time, talents, and treasure.
  • Have either professional training or sufficient experience in the Christian ministry.
  • Be a self-starter and have the ability to motivate and supervise others.
  • Be a reader and active in their own personal growth and development. 
  • Be adept at understanding others while suspending judgment and promoting peace. 
  • Competence and experience training and caring for horses. 

If any questions regarding these positions or questions in general, please reach out!

 

Physical Address:
Camp David of the Ozarks
11305 Private Drive #5316
Rolla, MO 65401

Contact:
Nate Kolars
staffcoach@campdavidozarks.org

Website: https://campdavidozarks.org

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