Site Name: Camp Hopewell Position Title: Executive Director Position Type: Year-Round Presbyterian Location (city and state): Oxford, Mississippi Job Description: Camp Hopewell’s vision for ministry is to empower one and all to connect with God, self, and others in the wonder of God’s creation. By providing a place apart, people disengage from the demands and distractions of daily living, thereby opening themselves to God, creation and community with others. Camp Hopewell provides a safe place, physically and emotionally, for people of all ages, including those who are differently abled or with special needs, to experience God’s community with others. Camp Hopewell strives to fulfill this vision by offering a wide variety of programming and engagement. Seven weeks of summer camp include Wee Bit Camp for the youngest campers, resident church camp for ages 7-16, and two diabetes camp sessions. Annual retreats throughout the year include a Women’s Retreat, the Presbyterian Youth Conference retreat, the Junior Auxiliary’s Camp Sunshine, Camp Kesem for children whose parents have cancer, 21 United Family Camp for families with a child with Down’s Syndrome, Hallowed Hopewell Halloween event for the Oxford community, and occasional hosting of meetings of the Presbytery of St. Andrew. Further programming for multiple rental groups include high and low rope challenge courses, water front activities, archery, and recreation. Living Waters for the World (livingwatersfortheworld.org), based at Camp Hopewell, trains volunteers to assist with the installation of water purification systems in 26 countries. Participants from around the world come to Camp Hopewell to attend “Clean Water U” training classes. Camp Hopewell seeks an Executive Director to further fulfill and expand our vision. Contact Info: Greg Patton (please text his number below to notify him if you are sending an email) 50 County Road 470 Oxford, Mississippi 38655 662-801-1073 | EMAIL Executive-Director-final-draft.pdf
Site Name: DuBois Center Position Title: Executive Director Position Type: Year-Round Presbyterian Location (city and state): 2651 Quarry Road, DuBois, Illinois 62831 Job Description: Are you a people person who also has a deep love of creation? Do you possess strong organizational and interpersonal skills? Are you someone with abundant initiative and enthusiasm? If so, you might be just the person we are looking for to be the Executive Director of DuBois Center. The Executive Director of DuBois Center is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of DuBois Center as well as staff recruitment and management, ensuring the health and safety of all campers and guests, and developing and sustaining partnerships to grow camping and retreat activities. The Executive Director of DuBois Center will serve in conjunction with the members of the Illinois South Conference of the United Church of Christ, which seeks to do the work of Christ on earth through our shared missions of healing, mercy, and justice. Which rely on the Holy Spirit to guide, comfort, challenge, empower, and bind together all God’s people in a loving, covenantal relationship. We will provide a salary of $45,000 to $50,000 (based on experience) plus benefits and an onsite three-bedroom house for this full-time position. To apply, please send a statement of interest and resume to DuBoisCenterJobs@gmail.com. Preference will be given to those candidates that apply before November 30, 2022. Contact Info: Rev. Shana Johnson 1312 Broadway Highland, Illinois 62249 618-882-8247 | EMAIL Executive-Director-of-DuBois-Center.pdf
Site Name: Camp Whitman on Seneca Lake Position Title: Associate Director of Camper and Counselor Care/Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry Position Type: Year-Round Presbyterian Location (city and state): Rochester, NY/Penn Yan, NY Job Description:Third Presbyterian Church (Rochester, NY) and Camp Whitman on Seneca Lake (Penn Yan, NY) are seeking a uniquely qualified individual to serve as both the Director of Youth and Young Adult Ministry for Third Presbyterian Church and as the Assistant Director for Camper and Counselor Care for Camp Whitman. The ideal candidate will have a blend of skills and experience with a passion for youth and young adult ministry. This position will focus primarily on the church’s youth and young adult ministry aspect of the position during the school year, and the summer camp aspects during the summer season. Third Presbyterian Church Key Job Responsibilities: Planning and leading youth group gatherings (twice per month), youth fellowship activities and off-site trips. Leading 9th Grade Commissioning (confirmation) program. Supporting youth participation in worship. Developing relationships with the young adult (college-aged, 20-year-olds/young 30-year-olds) congregants. Providing pastoral care to the youth, their families and the supporting communities in coordination with the Associate Pastor for Congregational Care Camp Whitman Key Job Responsibilities: Actively recruiting well qualified applicants for camp counselor positions. Ensuring the well-being, care, and support of all campers and counselors. Directly supervising all camp counselors, and providing them ongoing coaching, guidance and support. Responding quickly and effectively to all camper needs, and communicating with all camper parents/guardians/caregivers as needed during the camp session regarding any behavioral, social-emotion, health or other concerns. Employment Terms: This is a full-time position split between Camp Whitman and Third Presbyterian Church. Contact Info:Lea KonePO Box 24393Rochester, NY 14527315-201-0193 | EMAIL Joint-Youth_Camp-Job-Posting-1.pdf
Site Name: Daycholah Center Position Title: Managing Director Position Type: Year-Round Non-Presbyterian Location (city and state): Green Lake, WI Job Description:Shape the future of outdoor ministry and significantly impact the lives of youth campers, retreat guests, and staff as you lead Daycholah Center into the future. Ideal candidates will be motivated, business-oriented, passionate about summer camp, and people-centered with proven leadership skills in a collaborative environment. Daycholah Center’s location on the shore of Green Lake requires waterfront experience. Contact Info:Kaitlyn BoscaljonW1010 Spring Grove Rd.Ripon, WI 54971920-745-8537 | EMAIL Managing-Director-Daycholah-Center-Job-Description.pdf
Site Name: Bethelwoods Camp and Conference Center Position Title: Program Director Position Type: Year-Round Presbyterian Location (city and state): York, SC Job Description:Bethelwoods is looking for an enthusiastic, caring, and passionate person to join our team as Program Director. The Program Director will have many responsibilities for our various camp offerings. These responsibilities will include programming, marketing, and general management of both the summer camp program and various year-round programs. The Program Director will also hire, train, and manage staff necessary to make these programs successful. Promoting church and community relations is also a very important part of this position. Candidates should be self-starting, have the ability to work and communicate with all types of people, and have experience with and be enthusiastic about camp ministry. Visit our website at www.bethelwoods.org/job-opportunities.html for more information. To be considered for this position please submit a cover letter and resume to Stephen McDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact Info:Stephen McDonald922 Mt Gallant RD WYork, SC 297458033663722 | EMAIL Program-Director-Job-Description-2022-Revision.pdf
Site Name: Presbyterian Clearwater Forest Camp and Retreat Center Position Title: Executive Director Position Type: Year-Round Presbyterian Location (city and state): Deerwood, MN Job Description:The Board of Clearwater Forest (Board) is excited to move into the future with leadership that shares our common vision: • a love of the Church and its possibilities, • a heart for furthering the ministry of Clearwater Forest, • a passion to see congregations and pastors thrive, • the need for staff to fully share their faith, gifts, ideas, hopes and skills, and • a desire to be good stewards with the resources we have been given. The Board is committed to the leadership mantra that we can do more together than we can individually and the desire to find a way to share ministry in flexible, permission-giving ways while supporting, encouraging, and respecting each other is key. The Executive Director position is a member of the Executive Team (XT). The XT is expected to step out of the usual boxes and embark on this journey of shared ministry, bringing a diversity of skills, experiences, and perspectives while managing PCF on behalf of PCF’s Board. The Executive Director will also be an ex officio member of the Board of Directors and is expected to attend and participate in all PCF Board Meetings. The Executive Director is a person of faith congruent with the mission of PCF. With a strong, skilled, and committed Board of Directors and staff, PCF is poised to grow into the future. The goals of the Board include: • Excelling at creating and nurturing community and spiritual growth using God’s woods and waters as a backdrop and tool; • Equipping leaders and visionaries (staff, volunteers, guests & campers) to serve the world’s needs; • Being responsible stewards who support and sustain our resources; and • Improving, expanding and developing our relationships with Clearwater Forest’s guests, stakeholders and friends. Overview & Primary Responsibilities: The Executive Director leads and inspires PCF’s staff, Board and other stakeholders to advance our vision and mission while upholding and promoting our core values. The Executive Director role will: ● Cultivate Relationships & Fundraising — The Executive Director will foster robust relationships with churches, presbyteries, and individual donors, as well as expand the organization’s funding base through thoughtful and creative leadership to achieve fundraising and communications goals. The Executive Director will develop new, and strengthen existing, relationships with donors and stakeholders to ensure broad-based sustainable support and serve as the primary face and voice of PCF’s Fund-Raising Efforts. ● Drive Strategy & Planning — The Executive Director will provide strategic direction and a strong vision to support the work of long-term implementation of approved projects. The Executive director will; lead the organization’s efforts in centering anti- racism and systemic equity; support and develop organizational leadership and empower the staff, the Board and stakeholders to fulfill our mission. ● Strengthen Board Governance and Financial Oversight — The Executive Director will advise and provide information and insights to the Board to engage them and support strong governance and oversight. The Executive Director in consultation and cooperation with the Board or the applicable Board Committee will create and monitor the annual budget and ensure legal and financial compliance. ● Increase PCF’s Collaborative Culture — The Executive Director will lead and nurture a deeply committed staff, board and volunteers. The Executive Director will advance a clear framework for aligning growth with mission, planning for effective team structures, and advancing internal policies and practices with the organization’s core values to support equity. The Executive Director will embody and support the development of a culture that values equity, transparency, trust, clear communication, and collaboration across the organization. ● Programming –The Executive Director will provide thoughtful and creative leadership to develop new and innovative programs while achieving programmatic goals. And Other Duties as Assigned by the Board and XT www.clearwaterforest.org Contact Info:Megan Young-Black16595 Crooked Lake RoadDeerwood, Minnesota 56444(218) 678-2325 | EMAIL Clearwater-Forest-Executive-Director-Job-Description-08.2022-FINAL.pdf
We now have 33 member discounts! As a part of the benefits you receive through membership, PCCCA offers these special discounts on different products and services related to camps and conference centers. Utilizing two or more of these company discounts could save you more money than you pay in membership dues. You can check out the list by going to the PCCCA website. If you are a current PCCCA member, we hope you will login to the Resources page on the PCCCA website and utilize these discounts for your ministry. If you are not yet a member, you can join or renew at www.pccca.net/membership.