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Program Assistant

The Program Assistants work in conjunction with and under the direction of the Program Director. One program assistant will manage the A-team and personnel scheduling while the other Program Assistant focuses on the preparing and running of games and skills. NLBC will pay for the applicants to obtain their Pleasure Craft Operators Card.

 

Program Specialist

The Program Specialists are responsible for organizing the water ski/wakeboard, fishing, and rock climbing programs. They also work with the office team to help schedule campers into their skill activities. NLBC will pay for the applicants to obtain their Pleasure Craft Operators Card. Completion of the Pleasure Craft Operators License prior to camp start is required. Program Specialists must have 5 years driving experience and be at least 21 years old.

 

Head Leader

Head Leaders work as a team to provide ongoing supervision, training, and encouragement for 48 Cabin Leaders. Duties include organizing small groups, cabin leader assignments, facilitating daily and weekly Bible studies, discipline, and working with higher need campers. Also some interaction with parents.  Must be 21 or older and have attended a post secondary Institution.

 

Head LIT Coordinator

(Previously known as Head Work Crew Boss) The Head LIT Coordinator will work closely with the Follow up Coordinator and Head Leaders to organize the LIT program.  The LIT program operates as a ‘camp within a camp’.  Each session will have up to 20 (10 male/10 female) participants. The Head LIT Coordinator is perhaps the most challenging and rewarding position at NLBC! If you have a heart for discipleship and you love hard work, this could be the best job you ever have!

 

LIT Coordinator

(Previously Work Crew Bosses) LIT Coordinators work under the direction of the Head LIT Coordinator to provide an exceptional work and discipleship program for teenage participants.  LIT Coordinators function as ‘Cabin Leaders’ to LITs. This is a demanding but rewarding job.

 

Cabin Leader

Cabin Leaders are responsible for leading a cabin of 10 campers each week, with the assistance of a Jr Cabin Leader. Cabin Leaders are also expected to instruct/assist in a skill, and to assist with the program as directed.  Duties may include 1 to 2 weeks at WilderNESS on Little Ness Lake.  Must be at least 18 years of age.  Preference will be given to applicants who have served on Summer Team previously.

 

Jr. Cabin Leader

Jr Cabin Leaders work directly with campers under the supervision of Head Leaders and a Cabin Leader.  Jr Leaders are also involved in skills instruction, Bible Study, and all aspects of camp life. Duties may include 1 to 2 weeks in the WilderNESS Program at Little Ness Lake. Ages 16 and up. Preference will be given to those who have completed Work Crew at NLBC.

Water Front Director

The Waterfront Director is responsible for providing a safe and fun program in and on the water at NLBC.  This position is responsible to the Operations Director.  This person must be 19 on or before May 1, 2021, and must have NLS certification valid to September 1, 2022. Copy of certification required.

 

Life Guard

Lifeguards assist the Waterfront Director at NLBC.  Lifeguards must be 16 on or before May 1, 2022, and must have current NLS and Standard First Aid certification valid to September 1, 2022. Copy of certification required.

 

Assistant Life Guard

Assistant Lifeguards assist the Waterfront Director at NLBC.  This person must be 16 on or before May 1, 2022, and have current Bronze Cross or NLS certification valid to September 1, 2022. This is a great way to serve at camp and to gain experience.  A copy of certification is required.

 

Kitchen Team Lead

To assist the Food Service Manager in all areas of food preparation, and supervision of kitchen staff. Previous cooking experience is required.  FoodSafe training may be provided, however preference may be given to those who already have it. If you have interest in pursuing a career in culinary arts, apprenticeships are available and hours worked can count towards high school credits. Contact Recruitment Team for more details.

 

Kitchen Assistant

Kitchen Assistants help with food preparation and service.  Must be able to follow directions, work quickly and accurately, and have good physical stamina.  Previous experience is an asset but not required. Apprenticeships are available to this position as well, see above for more details.

 

Maintenance Assistant

Help with ongoing maintenance needs at camp.  The Maintenance Assistants report to the Facilities Manager.