Reporting to the Head Leading Team, the Cabin Leader will assume responsibility for a cabin of up to 10 children of the same gender for each camp session, as well as a Leader-In-Training with whom he or she will work as a team. This includes working and interacting with children from the moment they wake up, until the moment they go to sleep, as well as responding to a variety of camper needs during the night. The Cabin Leader will also be expected to provide leadership over activities and skills such as Jungle Swing, Zipline, and Canoeing, and to participate in camp-wide activities such as chapel and wide-games. At least one hour of time off per day will be allotted to each Cabin Leader.
The Cabin Leader will demonstrate excellent command of a group, a proven aptitude to act as a mentor and trainer, an ability to show enthusiasm easily, and an awareness of age-appropriate speech and conduct. The Cabin Leader will understand the need for, and be willing to work long days with many duties and responsibilities. The Cabin Leader is considered a Summer Missionary, and therefore is expected to have confessed a faith in Jesus Christ, and to demonstrate "unquestionable conduct and unquestionable obedience to Christ," reflected in the way that he or she lives at and away from camp.