Summer Camp Director Position

Image of students on a rock in a pond in Maine
Image of students on a rock in a pond in Maine


Immediate Opening: Summer Camp Director, Bryant Pond 4-H Camp
Position purpose:

The University of Maine 4-H Camp and Learning Center at Bryant Pond is situated in the western Maine mountains and offers experiential education programming to diverse audiences year-round. These programsinclude summer camps, on-site day and overnight school programs, expeditionary learning opportunities, in-classroom outreach, after school mentoring programs, adult education and skill building, and professional development for teachers and client groups.

4-H stands as the largest youth development organization in America. Our commitment lies in recognizing the potential of all young people, advocating for access and equity for everyone, applying mentoring practices that foster youth thriving, developing positive learning experiences, and meeting young people wherever they are.

The Summer Camp Director role is integral to the Bryant Pond and Greenland Point 4-H Centers Program Team. This team collaborates to uphold program quality and ensure site safety. This role is a leadership position that supports year-round programming.

Responsibilities vary by season and include staff recruitment, training, supervision, program development and delivery, risk management, serving as the “director on duty,” budgeting, scheduling, and property management. This position will oversee Bryant Pond 4-H summer camp and will support year-round programming in collaboration with the program team. Bryant Pond 4-H Center is the headquarters of the Maine 4-H Shooting Sports program. Successful candidates in this position will have an appreciation for the value of conservation education. Typical hiring range for this soft-money funded position is $46,000 to $48,000 commensurate with qualifications and experience.

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