·         High School Diploma

·         At least 18 years of age

·         Ability to work with a diverse group of youth and adults

·         Have and maintain reliable transportation

·         Excellent organizational, customer service, and communication skills

·         High moral character and integrity

·         Must be able to pass criminal background check



·        Experience working with youth

·        CDA, AA or Bachelors Degree in child development, education, or a related field

·        Knowledge of state and local requirements for child care centers

·        Bilingual preferred (Spanish)



·        Ability to implement curriculum with youth

·        Provide a warm, nurturing, fun and safe environment for youth

·        Interact with youth and families daily in a positive and professional manner

·        Attend all meetings and functions required by the position

·        Ability to stand for long periods, bend, and lift up to 40 pounds



·        Reports to Site Director

·        Develop positive relationships with parents, students, and school personnel

·        Collaborate with other Camp Fire staff


ACOUNTABILITY: This position is responsible for supervision and safety of youth at the program site




Program Operations

         ·         Plan and coordinate with the Site Director to implement daily lesson plans based on the curriculum outline

         ·         Supervise and participate in group activities

         ·         Use and promote positive guidance

         ·         Maintain a safe and healthy environment by adhering to Camp Fire and Licensing standards

         ·         Communicate with Site Director all incidents and/or behavior issues in a timely manner

         ·         Ensure proper use of program supplies and equipment to minimize waste

         ·         Assist in program events such as Field Trips, school activities, and Open Houses as needed

Human resources

         ·         Report any concerns to supervisor immediately

         ·         Attend required training and staff meetings

         ·         Read and respond to email correspondence from Site Director, Program Director, or other Camp Fire personnel

         ·         Maintain positive, professional relationships with co-workers, school faculty, and families

Financial Operations

         ·         Provide exceptional customer service to families

         ·         Maintain high enrollment by providing excellent programming

Marketing and Public Relations

         ·         Promote Camp Fire programs within the community

         ·         Represent Camp Fire in a positive manner

Facility Management

         ·         Maintain a clean and safe program area

         ·         Report all maintenance and repair needs to the Site Director

General Responsibilities

         ·         Attend Camp Fire General Staff Meetings.

         ·         Communicate regularly with supervisor about unusual events, special needs, participant concerns and suggestions.

         ·         Be able to communicate program purposes and goals in the community

         ·         Support and implement Council goals as assigned