wilderness director

Reporting to the Assistant Director, the WilderNess Director is responsible for the operation and program implementation of Ness Lake Bible Camp's satellite camp, WilderNess. Responsibilities include the management of up to 12 staff and volunteers including the WilderNess Assistant Director, the maintenance of all safety equipment, the direction of up to 40 campers, and the intervention into any summer team or camper related conflict. Additionally, either the WilderNess Director or the WilderNess Assistant Director will be required to obtain his or her certification in Occupational First Aid Level 3, and to act as the site's permanent Health Attendant. The WilderNess Director and his or her Assistant Director must be of opposing genders, and Ness Lake Bible Camp will recruit and hire accordingly.


The WilderNess Director will have completed one year as the WilderNess Assistant Director before beginning his or her position. He or she will demonstrate an exceptional aptitude for program planning and implementation, effective command of a large group or crowd, excellent awareness of age-appropriate content delivery and behavior, and an ability to lead effectively in crisis. The WilderNess Director will be required to obtain his or her Canadian Pleasure Craft Operator's Card and to operate watercraft relative to his or her position.


This position is in effect from May 6 to August 31.


Ness Lake Bible Camp is owned and operated by One Hope Canada, and is an accredited member of both the BC Camping Association and the Fellowship of Christian Camp - BC. Our property exists on the traditional territory of the
Leidli T'enneh First Nation in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.
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