Part Time Swim and Gym Counselor SACC

Part Time Swim and Gym Counselor

Part Time • SACC
Principal Objective
Under the direct supervision of the SACC Site Director, Swim & Gym Counselors are responsible for the safety and supervision of their assigned camper group. Swim & Gym Counselors lead safe structured activities for campers to enjoy and remember. Swim & Gym Counselors are key in representing PCC SACC to Redwood City families. 

Job Summary
A Swim & Gym Counselor provides excellent group instruction involving all students equally while implementing scheduled activities that enrich the summer for all campers. The Swim & Gym Counselor develops positive relationships and strives to know campers by name and find ways to encourage campers to explore their faith in God. The Swim & Gym Counselors role is to act as a teacher and a positive role model. The Swim & Gym Counselor must engage their groups in both teams and individual activities, while going over safety and camp rules. Swim & Gym Counselors not only teach camp activities but social interaction skills as well. The Swim & Gym Counselors play a crucial role in helping PCC SACC make Swim & Gym a memorable and enriching experience for campers. 

Requirements
Walk Deep (Character + Calling)
Integrity: Honest, follows-through, accepts personal responsibility, accountable.
Passionate: Believes and strives to achieve the PCC SACC mission and vision. Passionate about children discovering their gifts.
Leadership: Holds self and others accountable, leads camper groups for success, influences and inspires those around you, listens and learns from others.

Drive Well (Competence + Chemistry)
Work ethic: Ability to work independently, takes initiative, strives for excellence, complete assigned tasks, strong quality of work, enthusiasm, teachable, shows full participation during trainings.
Knowledgeable: Understands children's day camp activities, children's bible topics, and safety of working with children.
Customer service: Courteous, strong communication skills, attentive to others, patience, and comfortable giving progress reports to parents.
Professionalism: Punctuality, proper work attire, positive attitude, excellent attendance, and uses appropriate language with campers and staff at all times.
Experience: 1+ years of experience working with kids in a camp setting. Experience working in faith-based curriculum preferred
Education: High school degree or equivalent.

Get Off Campus (Community + Commitment)Teamwork: Able to work with others towards a common goal, create a positive working atmosphere, support others to better team performance, gives and receives constructive feedback.
Reputation: Prioritizes community building and helping strengthen SACC’s relationship with the local parent community.
Adaptability: Willingness and ability to make quick decisions, perseveres in difficult situations and/or circumstances or when faced with conflicting priorities, keeps composure.
Physical Requirements Able to stand and move around a large area for up to four hours at a time. Able to lift and transport up to 30 pounds of equipment.

Principal Roles and Responsibilities

  • Lead group of campers through daily camp activities. 
  • Setup, lead, and breakdown 3 to 4 camp activities per day. 
  • Manages and cares for the assigned classroom. 
  • Ensures that the classroom is cleaned and prepared for the next ministry to use.
  • Safely navigate campers through PCC campus. 
  • Participate in daily Bible Time programming.
  • Adjust and adapt camp curriculum to meet individual camper needs and abilities. 
  • Lead group camper through group discussions. 
  • Communicate and work with counselors, office staff and parents to discuss camper behavior and progress.
  • Learn and implement camp rules and policies.
  • Develop individual relationships with students.
  • Tend to campers social and emotional needs throughout the school day. 
  • Follow safety and injury procedures at all times.
  • Help other groups with day-to-day needs (subs, equipment needs, additional supervision, etc.).
  • Create and coordinate unique group experiences  (group songs, camp traditions, group parties, etc.).
  • Give ongoing constructive feedback to fellow SACC staff. 
  • Complete assigned training items during training week.
  • Attend weekly mandatory staff meetings. 
  • Communicate program needs to office staff.
  • Strive to live out the SACC mission and vision.
Compensation: $15.50 - $19.50 per hour

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.





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