Office Coordinator

Positions filled for Summer 2016

Requirements

Experience working with people with disabilities a plus, but not required. Good computer and internet skills, attention to detail, excellent customer service, and independent worker.

Functions and Responsibilities

• Responsible for tasks as assigned by the Program Director or Program Manager.
• Responsible for organizing camper information before and after each session.
• Responsible for communicating with caregivers and parents of campers frequently over the phone or through email.
• Prepare end of session envelopes to send home with campers.
• Organize office needs- things that need to go to the post office, to camp headquarters, to another site, etc.
• Responsible to the Program Director/Manager for typing, copying and collating.
• Re-stock office supplies. Inform supervisors of any office supplies that need to be purchased.
• Responsible for assisting with the separation of applications and preparation of cabin folders and letting the Program Director and/or Director of Registration know if forms are running low and need to be printed for cabin folders in a timely manner.
• Assist with camp photos, DVD’s and camp newsletter as assigned.
• Assist on check-in and check-out days with a high quality customer service demeanor.
• Greet guest and provide excellent customer service.
• To perform all program staff duties.

Physical Demands

• As an employee, you may also need to perform duties that involve a variety of physical challenges. Appropriate training will be given to ensure that correct techniques and precautions are used in this area.
These may include
1. Extreme heat or cold
2. High decibel noises
3. Physically exerting activities (walking, lifting, crouching, sitting for lengthy periods)
4. Exposure to ionizing/non ionizing radiation (from radios, walkie talkies, microwaves etc)
5. Physical aggression from campers who may display challenging behaviors

Work Environment

• You may also be exposed to some hazardous substances and harmful physical agents on a routine basis, meaning you may be exposed during the normal course of your work assignments. You will receive training on how to avoid illness or injury in this area.
These areas may include
1. Hazardous materials for cleaning (MSDS sheets available at each site)
2. Chemicals associated with protection of others (bug spray, sunscreen etc)
3. Environmental factors (Poison ivy, pollen, insect bites etc)
4. Gasoline or exhaust fumes from vehicles
5. Infectious agents such as blood or other bodily fluids
 
This job description is intended to describe the general nature of this job. It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all requirements for this position, nor does it constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee. It is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.