2017 Positions Available

Salaries for positions range from $2250-$2500 for the summer season. All staff also receive room and board throughout the season.

Counselors 
Help a group of 8-12 campers plan and implement their daily program while providing continual support and supervision. Lead devotions, prayer, worship and Bible study. Serve as a positive Christian role model for campers by listening, teaching and spending time in the outdoor setting. Previous experience working with school age children is required.  Counselors live with campers.

Health Care Staff

Carry out the physician approved NLOM Health Care Plan. Review health care records, assess needs, keep daily logs of medications and treatments, care for the sick and injured and complete required reports. Responsibilities also include maintaining health care facilities, inventory of supplies and parent connections. Prefer LPN, RN or healthcare student with previous health care experience. May be asked to live with campers. Must have valid driver's license.

Naturalists
Teach care and stewardship of God’s creation through environmental awareness activities, hikes, trail maintenance and outdoor living skills. Serve as a resource for campers and staff encouraging the exploration of God’s creation. Naturalists are responsible for teaching archery and gardening. They live with campers.


Wranglers 
Teach basic western horsemanship including ground school, riding in the arena and trail rides with 4th-8th grade campers, at Carol Joy Holling Camp. Care for herd of 30 horses and a variety of small animals plus maintenance of the barn, riding areas, tack and other equipment. Keep appropriate records on horses, riding schedule and performance. Also looking for weekend volunteers to assist with feeding, care and grooming horses. Wranglers also live with campers.

Lifeguards 
Lifeguard at the pool and lake. Supervise, teach and maintain swimming and boating activities (kayaks, canoes and paddleboats) including special events and off site aquatic activities. Responsible for the care and maintenance of the pool, lake, aquatic equipment, shower house and surrounding area. Must have current First Aid, CPR and Red Cross Lifeguard certifications. Lifeguards live with campers.

Site Coordinators

Provide support and supervision for staff. Coordinate all aspects of the summer program including special site specific programs, volunteer support, maintenance of facilities and inventory of supplies. Serve as a spiritual leader and role model for staff encouraging others to grow in faith and strengthen their leadership skills. Responsible for the health and safety of all program participants. Prefer individuals who have served at least two summers on the NLOM Summer Ministry Team and have previous supervisory experience. Must have a current driver’s license and good driving record.  

Adventure Program Staff 
Adventure programs include high element ropes/challenge courses, Co-Op program with low elements and initiative games. Live with a group of campers. Previous experience working with challenge courses is preferred.

Communications Interns
Assist with video, photography, press releases, special events, communication with camper parents, maintaining the camp store and other marketing and communication projects. May be asked to live with campers.

Creative Arts Specialist
Serve as teacher and helper with campers as they participate in the creative arts program. Create, plan and implement creative arts projects. Store and monitor supplies, making sure supplies needed for projects are available in advance. Involve campers in clean-up and proper storage of supplies and equipment. Creative arts specialists will live with campers.

Service Project Coordinator
Organize and store supplies for camper service project.  Serve as teacher and helper to summer staff and campers as they participate in the annual summer program service project. Work with volunteers and provide them with hospitality. The service project coordinator will live with campers.