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Diversity & Inclusion

Every person involved with Flying Horse Farms holds one core belief above all else—that this place has the power to transform the lives of children with serious illnesses for good. We’d love to add your energy as we work to make that happen for more children. We’re fully committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. Read more.

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Full Time Opportunities

As the Marketing & Communications Manager, you are a natural storyteller, seeing the big picture and intuitively packaging it in a way to compel a variety of audiences. You thrive in a cross-functional role, working with multiple teams to always keep a finger on the pulse of the organization and identify the kernel of a story or message to share as it emerges. You often find yourself balancing between zooming out to the future and imagining ‘what if’ and zooming in to focus on the smallest details, ensuring excellence with each “I” dotted and “T” crossed. You listen for the story, seeing the ending before others and finding ways to draw people in, whether in an Instagram picture, a tweet, the website, a donor letter, or longform articles. You are a multimedia, storytelling extraordinaire; able to shoot, edit (photos/videos) and create content to communicate the camp magic that occurs at Flying Horse Farms. You are a strong writer and enjoy crafting copy, whether for print, social, the website or talking points. Some might call you a sponge, as you soak everything up. You enjoy managing multiple projects at once and collaborating with team members, designers, and other stakeholders to bring them to life. As a communications professional, you know that feedback is key to positive results, and both give and receive it constructively. You are nimble and savvy as needed, leaning on your strong organizational skills to implement plans with moving parts and managing multiple projects simultaneously and tapping into your big picture thinking to deliver the right message to the right audience at the right time. You enjoy wearing multiple hats, whether editor, copywriter, content creator, marketing and brand manager, proofreader or project manager.

Team Function Overview:

This role works within the Communications Team to support the mission of camp through communication, marketing, PR, and government relations strategies such as storytelling, impact messaging and brand awareness. The communications team drives media relations and creates print and electronic materials to connect with our campers, families, volunteers, and other important stakeholders, engage and retain donors and increase awareness in Ohio and beyond.

Required Skills & Experience:

  • 3-5 years of relevant experience, including at least 2 years working in a communication specific role
  • Photo / Video capturing, editing
  • Ability to communicate effectively via phone, email and in person
  • Excellent editing and writing skills
  • Strong understanding of brand management
  • Ability to work cross-functionally with a variety of teams
  • Experience in CMS and social media management tools and platforms such as Hootsuite
  • Demonstrated website management experience
  • Advanced writing skills; clear and compelling
  • Articulate and thoughtful verbal communication
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office, Adobe experience: In Design and Photoshop, all social media platforms
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a member of a small, dynamic team
  • Portfolio of work demonstrating an ability to write both short and long-form copy to a variety of audiences for a variety of channels

Preferred Skills & Experience:

  • 2-3 years marketing communications experience in a nonprofit or agency setting
  • Strategic storytelling expertise
  • Experience with email platforms (Mailchimp)
  • Technologically savvy and trend aware
  • Experience pitching media outlets for earned media placement
  • Working knowledge of Lightroom
  • Familiarity with donor/customer relations management systems like Raiser’s Edge
  • Digital and print production experience

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

Nursing Coordinator - Full TIme

As the Nursing Coordinator you wake up excited to provide excellent medical care for our campers. You build trusted relationships with families, campers, and hospital partners. You live by your medical expertise to confidently provide and support medical care for every camper. You have our camper’s best interest at heart and make decisions on their behalf. You are confident that the work you do before, during, and after camp is critical to camp operations and the overall camper experience.

Your welcoming demeanor sets everyone you interact with at ease. You are a collaborator who enjoys partnering with other team members to ensure the camp experience is always safe and fun. You enjoy making sure families and medical team members feel welcome. The thought of improvising with a team member to figure out how to hang feeding tubing along a bunk bed at 3am to fix a camper’s pump makes you smile. You embrace entering your stretch zone and approaching challenges focused on solutions.

You have a meticulous ability to lead a group of medical professionals and a knack for managing details about every single camper. You enjoy using strong organization skills and attention to detail to create efficient and safe processes. You are excited about opportunities to dream big, problem solve, and create novel approaches to engage more campers, create partners in medical volunteering, and grow the reach and impact of Flying Horse Farms.

Team / Function Overview:

The Medical Team recruits and supports campers and families to provide an integrated camp experience through medical, psychosocial & dietary adaptations. The medical team lives by “With Trust Comes Relief” and takes seriously the trust families place to keep their campers safe.

Responsibilities:

  • Supervision of in-camp nursing operations and host medical volunteers during all residential and weekend camp sessions
  • Recruit, interview, screen, and train volunteer nursing staff and seasonal medical staff
  • Teach both medical and non-medical staff and volunteers about medical conditions, and conduct camp-basic medical training for volunteers and seasonal staff
  • Process and conduct medical screening of campers, volunteers, and seasonal staff applications. Update, maintain and assure accuracy of medical information in the camper/staff computer database.
  • Actively participate in camper placement processes, which includes but is not limited to; medical analyses of campers by session, communication with families on camper status, follow up during and after camp with questions and/or medical concerns or clarification
  • Maintain and update meticulous databases of medical team volunteers.
  • Coordinate and take inventory of medications and stock the medical facility ensuring that all are in stock, working order and within expiration dates.
  • Prepare and distribute medical equipment/supplies (ex: first aid kits, AED’s, etc.) throughout camp and perform equipment checks as needed.
  • Participate in weekly meetings, work on team projects, and be an active member of the Medical Team and Camp Operations Team
  • Be an active member of the SFCN medical community
  • Position is required to reside at camp during all summer and weekend camp sessions

Required Skills & Experience:

  • BSN in Nursing with at least two years of experience
  • Registered Nursing License, valid in the State of Ohio
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • Valid BLS for healthcare professional certifications (PALS and ACLS preferred)
  • Proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet creation and online communication
  • Efficient, professional, and effective communication skills
  • Ability to live on-site during camp sessions

Preferred Skills & Experience:

  • Work PT/PRN in a hospital position, to maintain skills and critical thinking
  • Pediatric acute care or critical care experience
  • Prior leadership experience
  • Self-starter, with the ability to seek out projects
  • Camp experience

Expectations & Requirements for all Flying Horse Farms Staff:

We live our Values. We are each responsible for knowing our values and nurturing our culture:

  • We are All In. We demonstrate a willingness to do what it takes to get the job done, we are supportive and loyal, show up present and ready and we are passionate about "Campers First."
  • We have an Attitude of Optimism. We find what is working and make more of that happen, demonstrate adaptability within ambiguity, spread joy and hope and ensure everyone we interact with feels "Welcomed Home."
  • We are Trustworthy. We are consistent, dependable, and steady, truthful and operate with transparency, take ownership for our work and "See the Best" in others.
  • We Take Initiative. We are driven, work towards goals with fortitude, pay attention to details and find innovative solutions with "Fearless is Free" attitudes.

Seasonal Staff Opportunities

The Adventure Team Leader will supervise all high-risk activity counselors and support them in the creation of age-appropriate, adapted programming for high and low ropes, outdoor adventure, archery, woodshop, and more for campers aged 8-15 years old. They are responsible for adhering to policies and procedures at all times while creating a vibrant atmosphere conducive to creating a positive work environment for all seasonal staff.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Attend Ropes Training (May 19-21)
  • Provide feedback, support, and formal evaluations to each team member throughout the summer.
  • Collaborate with the medical and psychosocial team to ensure programs are meeting the needs of all campers.
  • Fill role on emergency staffing table as needed
  • Assist in the development and implementation of educationally driven programming for high risk areas
  • Modify and adapt all high risk actvities due to inclement weather, medical needs, or other variables
  • Enforce all high risk program safety rules

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-15 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Responsible for the safety and supervision of all participants in their care
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to live on site
  • Hold certifications in, or attend trainings for all high risk programs (on site trainings will occur between May 19 - May 26)
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Aquatics Manager supervises the Aquatics Specialists and operates both the swimming pool and waterfront, including fishing and boating. The Aquatics Manager also supervises hourly lifeguards, ensures all certifications and paperwork are current and keeps safety their number one priority. They will lead lifeguard in-service trainings and lead two performance evaluations for the entire aquatics team.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Recruit, screen, select, train/certify and manage hourly certified aquatics team
  • Manage aquatics team schedules
  • Assist with tasks related to opening/closing the pool, boat house and fishing dock for the season
  • Design and implement educationally-driven programming for the pool, waterfront (boating, fishing, aquatics) and other program areas as needed
  • Collaborate with the Program Coordinator in the preparation, purchase order and record-keeping of inventory of supplies in assigned areas
  • Submit weekly swim and waterfront plans to supervisor
  • Oversee and perform daily pool cleaning, record chemical levels, and be prepared for various other emergency protocols

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Valid Level 1 Canoe Instructor certification through the American Canoe Association (or attend on site training on Friday, May 26th)
  • Hold or obtain valid Lifeguard & CPR for Professional Rescuer Certifications (Waterfront Intructor certification preferred) or attend training on site on Thursday, May 25th
  • Strong understanding of waterfront risk management and emergency planning while keeping safety first in all situations
  • Demonstrate professionalism and strong leadership skills
  • Ability to manage a detailed schedule for a large team
  • Experience training, certifying or leading adults
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Aquatics Specialist is responsible for all aspects of pool and/or waterfront programming including boating and fishing. This includes planning, preparation, and risk management. They will create safe, age-appropriate, adapted programming for campers aged 8-17 years old. This staff member will oversee and support hourly lifeguards with the completion of daily tasks.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Oversee the management of all aquatics areas in absence of Aquatics Manager (boating, fishing, swimming)
  • In conjunction with the Aquatics Manager, coordinate lifeguard schedule to ensure aquatics and waterfront programs meet minimum staffing requirements
  • Implement educational-driven programming for aquatics and waterfront programs
  • Ensure preparation of daily open/close checklists, inventory of supplies, accident/incident reports and hourly lifeguard timesheets
  • Oversee and perform daily pool cleaning, record chemical levels
  • Participate in and oversee weekly lifeguard skill checks and in-service trainings as directed by the Aquatics Manager

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Valid Level 1 Canoe Instructor certification through the American Canoe Association (or attend on site training on Friday, May 26th)
  • Hold or obtain valid Lifeguard & CPR for Professional Rescuer Certifications (Waterfront Intructor certification preferred) or attend training on site on Thursday, May 25th
  • Ability to implement a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-15 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Strong understanding of waterfront risk management and emergency planning while keeping safety first in all situations
  • Ability to manage a detailed schedule for a large team
  • Ability to live on site
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Archery Specialist creates safe, age-appropriate, adapted programming for campers aged 8-15 years old. This team member is responsible for adhering to policies and procedures at all times while creating a vibrant atmosphere conducive to creating transformation and fun. Additionally, the Archery Specialist will be responsible for supervising volunteers each session.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Design and implement edcuationally-driven programming for archery and other program areas as needed
  • Modify and adapt all archery activities due to inclement weather, medical needs or other variables
  • Enforce all archery program safety rules
  • Ensure that all equipment and supplies are safety stored and maintained
  • Collaborate with the Activities Coordinator in the preparation, purchase order and record-keeping of inventory of supplies in assigned areas
  • Support, lead and evaluate archery volunteers
  • Submit weekly archery plan to supervisor

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-15 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Hold Level 1 USA Archery Certification (or ability to attend archery training on site on Wednesday, May 24th)
  • Ability to create an outcomes-based curriculum map for assigned program area
  • Responsible for the safety and supervision of all participants in their care
  • Ability to live on site
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Arts & Crafts Specialist is responsible for creating safe, age-appropriate, adapted programming for campers aged 8-15 years old. This staff member will create dynamic and detailed lesson plans and will be responsible for supervising volunteers each session. They will also lead the teen Artpost evening program.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Design and implement educationally-driven programming for arts & crafts (fine arts, painting, tie-dye, beading and nature crafts), Artpost and other program areas as needed
  • Modify and adapt all arts & crafts activities due to inclement weather, medical needs or other variables
  • Enforce safety regulations in arts & crafts areas
  • Ensure that all supplies are safely stored and maintained
  • Collaborate with the Program Coordinator in the preparation, purchase order and record-keeping of inventory of supplies in assigned areas
  • Support, lead and evaluate arts & crafts volunteers
  • Submit weekly arts & crafts plan to supervisor

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-15 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Ability to create an outcomes-based curriculum for assigned program area
  • Responsible for the safety and supervision of all participants in their care
  • Ability to live on site
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

Cabin Counselors are responsible for the supervision of 8-10 campers between the ages of 8-15 years old alongside volunteers. They keep a close eye on medical and psychosocial indicators, provide personal care assistance when required and hold knowledge of various allergies and dietary restrictions for the campers in their direct care. Cabin Counselors provide supervision, support and ensure campers have a blast!

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Provide basic behavioral, psychosocial and personal care support to campers
  • Plan and program daily cabin activities
  • Support Village Leader and Entertainment Specialist in the implementation of village programming
  • Observe camper behavior and assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures and provide suitable behavior support techniques
  • Oversee the care and operations of assigned cabin
  • Collaborate with the medical and psychosocial teams to relay information and provide support

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Ability to provide professional, empathetic and caring communication with campers and families
  • Demonstrate problem-solving and conflict resolution skills with children and adults
  • Ability to provide overnight and personal care for children and teenagers
  • Ability to collaborate with, lead and evaluate cabin volunteers
  • Ability to transition out of typical duties to serve in other roles as needed
  • Ability to live on site

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Creative Arts Team Leader is responsible for supervising the creatve arts activty counselors and supporting in the creation of safe, age-appropriate, adapted programming for campers aged 8-15 years old. This staff member will also assist with the teen Artpost evening program. Throughout the summer this staff member will conduct 2 evaluations of each staff member on their team, and provide consistent feedback and encouragement to all staff members on their team.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Fill role on the emergency staffing table as needed
  • Provide feedback, support, and formal evaluations to each team member throughout the summer.
  • Collaborate with the medical and psychosocial team to ensure programs are meeting the needs of all campers.
  • Enforce safety regulations in Creative Arts activity areas
  • Ensure all supplies are safely stored and maintained
  • Collaborate with the Program Coordinator in the preparation, purchase order and record-keeping of inventory of supplies in assigned areas

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-15 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Responsible for the safety and supervision of all participants in their care
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to live on site

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Entertainment Specialist will assist in the delivery of full group program entertainment and theme development. This may inclue emceeing full group programs, leading songs and dances, and coordinating mealtime team leaders. This team will also assist in supporting daily camp logistics including the delivery of full group programs.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Attend Ropes Training (May 19-21)
  • Design and implement intentional village and full-camp thematic programs that ignite imaginations
  • Lead meal times throughout sessions and training
  • Collaborate effectively with Village Leaders and Activity Specialists
  • Support and lead staff, volunteers and campers in full-camp activities, games and songs
  • Modify and adapt programs according to inclement weater and the medical and psychosocial needs of our campers

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-16 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Demonstrate flexibility, creative problem-solving and optimism in the face of obstacles
  • Confidence in public speaking and leading large groups
  • Ability to live on site
  • Ability to lift 25 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Entertainment Team Lead will provide supervision, coaching and support to the entertaiment team in the delivery of full group program entertainment and theme development. This may inclue emceeing full group programs, leading songs and dances, and coordinating mealtime team leaders. The Entertainment Team Lead is responsible for coordinating daily camp logistics including the delivery of full group programs and meal times.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Attend Ropes Training (May 19-21)
  • Support in the intentional design on village and full-camp thematic programs
  • Coordinate with seasonal and full time staff to create a mealtime lead schedule including training
  • Support and lead the entertainment team in the facilitation of programs, games, and songs
  • Provide regular feedback and evaluate Entertainament Specialists
  • Ensure campers' medical and psychosocial needs are met in village and full group programming by supporting in the implementation of appropriate adaptations
  • Support entertainment team in the development and implemetation of inclement weather plans

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-16 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Demonstrate flexibility, creative problem-solving and optimism in the face of obstacles
  • Confidence in public speaking and leading large groups
  • Ability to independently manage tasks and workload in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to provide support and lead peers and children
  • Ability to live on site

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Outdoor Adventure Specialist is responsible for creating safe, age-appropriate, adapted programming that is focused on outdoor education for campers aged 8-15 years old. This staff member will create dynamic and detailed lesson plans and will be responsible for supervising volunteers each session. They will also lead the adventure-based Outpost evening program for teens.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Attend Ropes Training (May 19-21)
  • Design and implement educationally-driven programming for outdoor adventure (nature and outdoor education), outpost camping and other program areas as needed
  • Modify and adapt all outdoor adventure activities due to inclement weather, medical needs or other variables
  • Enforce safety regulations in outdoor adventure areas
  • Ensure that all supplies are safely stored and maintained
  • Collaborate with the Program Coordinator in the preparation, purchase order and record-keeping of inventory of supplies in assigned areas
  • Support, lead and evaluate outdoor adventure volunteers

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-15 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Ability to create an outcomes-based curriculum for assigned program area
  • Responsible for the safety and supervision of all participants in their care
  • Ability to live on site
  • Ability to lift 25 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Psychosocial Team Member will provide ongoing mental and behavioral health care and support to all campers while they are attending residential camp at Flying Horse Farms.

Team Overview:

The Psychosocial Team works to ensure that all campers thrive in a physically and mentally safe environment by delivering quality psychosocial support and care. The Psychosocial Team works in tandem with the medical team to create a space for campers to heal, grow and thrive. The Psychosocial Team consists of a team of social workers and child life specialist.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Observe and evaluate campers, alongside the Psychosocial team, medical team, and cabin staff
  • Support cabin staff with campers' psychosocial wellbeing
  • Docuent and maintain psychosocial progress notes
  • Provide behavioral and emotional support and coverage directly to campers, including overnight on-call shifts
  • Fill role on the emergency staffing table as needed
  • Attend daily psychosocial and medical meetings

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Understand the importance of professionalism and confidentiality in all communication and adhere to all policies
  • Ability to provide empathetic and caring communication with campers
  • Maintain meticulous records in web-based camper database
  • Strong understanding of child development
  • Ability to live on site

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Ropes Specialist will create age-appropriate, adapted programming for high and low ropes for campers aged 10-17 years old. They are responsible for adhering to policies and procedures at all times while creating a vibrant atmosphere conducive to creating transformation and fun.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Attend Ropes Training (May 19-21)
  • Assist in the design of and implement edcuationally-driven programming for high and low ropes, and other program areas as needed
  • Modify and adapt all high and low ropes activities due to inclement weather, medical needs or other variables
  • Enforce all high and low ropes program safety rules
  • Ensure that all equipment and supplies are safety stored and maintained
  • Collaborate with the Ropes Team Lead and Program Coordinator in the preparation, purchase order and record-keeping of inventory of supplies in assigned areas
  • Submit weekly high and low ropes plans to supervisor

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-15 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Ability to attend high ropes training and successfully demonstrate skills testing
  • Ability to create an outcomes-based curriculum map for assigned program area
  • Responsible for the safety and supervision of all participants
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions
  • Ability to live on site
  • Ability to lift 50 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Spotlight Specialist is responsible for creating safe, age-appropriate, adapted programming that is focused on music, dance, drama and studio tech for campers aged 8-15 years old. This staff member will create dynamic and detailed lesson plans and will be responsible for supervising volunteers each session.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Design and implement educationally-driven programming for spotlight (music, theater and drama) and other program areas as needed
  • Modify and adapt all spotlight activities due to inclement weather, medical and psychosocial needs, or other variables
  • Enforce all spotlight program safety rules
  • Ensure all supplies are safely stored and maintained
  • Collaborate with the Program Coordinator in the preparation, purchase order and record-keeping of inventory of supplies in assigned areas
  • Support, lead and evaluate spotlight volunteers
  • Submit weekly spotlight plans to supervisor

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-15 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Ability to create an outcomes-based curriculum for assigned program area
  • Responsible for the safety and supervision of all participants in their care
  • Confidence in public speaking and leading large groups
  • Ability to live on site

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Staff Leader provides supervision, coaching and support for our Village Leaders and oversees the entire team of volunteer and seasonal staff cabin counselors. They will plan and implement volunteer and staff support initiatives and ensure the cabin life team is organized and informed regarding details relating to camper care and staffing or schedule changes.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Attend Ropes Training (May 19-27)
  • Design and implement the multi-faceted staff support program
  • Attend daily morning medical meetings to coordinate with cabin staff on camper care needs
  • Collaborate with the psychosocial and cabin staff to address camper behavior concerns
  • Support, lead and evaluate Village Leaders and Cabin Counselors
  • Plan and lead weekly staff and volunteer meetings and appreciation initiatives
  • Observe camper and counselor behavior and assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures and provide suitable behavior support techniques

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Demonstrate problem-solving and conflict resolution skills with children and adults
  • Understand the importance of staff well-being to ensure camp's efficacy
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to manage tasks and workload in a fast-paced environment
  • Demonstrated excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Confidence in public speaking and leading large groups
  • Ability to motivate individuals and groups of peers
  • Ability to live on site

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

Village Leaders oversee 2-3 cabins each session to provide supervision, support and guidance to campers and cabin counselors. They ensure supervision ratios are maintained, manage schedules, lead activity area transitions and help to resolve conflict between children and adults.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Attend Ropes Training (May 19-27)
  • Oversee the village operations of 2-3 cabins, each housing up to 10 campers
  • Attend daily morning medical meetings (as needed) and coordinate with cabin staff on camper care needs
  • Observe camper behavior and assess its appropriateness, enforce appropriate safety regulations and emergency procedures and provide suitable behavior support techniques
  • Collaborate with the psychosocial and cabin staff to address camper behavior concerns
  • Support, lead and evaluate cabin staff and volunteers
  • Collaborate with Staff Leader to plan and implement staff appreciation initiatives and events

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Ability to provide professional, empathetic and caring communication with campers and families
  • Demonstrate problem-solving and conflict resolution skills with children and adults
  • Ability to provide overnight and personal care for children and teenagers
  • Confidence in public speaking and leading large groups
  • Ability to manage tasks and workload in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to live on site

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

The Woodshop Specialist is responsible for implementing high risk, age-appropriate, adapted programming for campers aged 13-17 years old. They are responsible for adhering to policies and procedures at all times while creating a vibrant atmosphere conducive to fostering transformation and fun.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Implement educationally-driven programming for the woodshop and other program areas as needed
  • Modify and adapt all woodshop activites due to medical and psychosocial needs, and other variables
  • Enforce all woodshop program safety rules
  • Ensure that all equipment and supplies are safety stored and maintained
  • Collaborate with the Program Coordinator and Facilities Manager in the preparation, purchase order and record-keeping of inventory of supplies in assigned areas
  • Submit weekly woodshop plans to supervisor
  • Attend on site woodshop training on Tuesday, May 23rd

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 8-16 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Strong understanding of woodshop risk management and emergency planning while keeping safety first in all situations
  • Ability to follow written and oral instructions
  • Ability to lift 25 lbs.

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

Young Adult Program Specialists implement the Ranger leadership development program that focuses on service, self-reflection, and giving back to camp. The Ranger program is for returning campers between the ages of 16-17 years old who have aged out of our typical camp program. This role is also responsible for the development and implementation of the Trailblazers young adult weekend. The Trailblazer program provides on a continued camp experience that focuses on relationship building, transitioning to adulthood, and personal fulfillment to participants 16-21.

Team Overview:

The Program Team brings the camp experience to life by creating programs, building community and ensuring the safety and wellbeing of all camp participants. The team creates accessible and developmentally-appropriate programs and recruits, processes and supports a large team of volunteers and seasonal staff. In adherence with laws and camp governing bodies; they develop, plan and implement camp emergency procedures and policies.

Responsibilities:

  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (June 1 - June 9, 2022)
  • Attend Seasonal Staff Training (May 30 - June 8)
  • Attend Ropes Training (May 19-27)
  • Design and implement the Ranger and Trailblazer programs; plan intentional programs that teach and support servant leadership
  • Coordinate with the Ranger team and full time staff to create a Ranger program schedule each week
  • Communicate details of Ranger and Trailblazer programs effectively to volunteers and staff
  • Facilitate programs for groups of 10-25 Ranger campers
  • Collaborate with the Program Manager in the creation and implementation of Trailblazers programming
  • Modify and adapt all Ranger and Trailblazer activities due to inclement weather, medical needs or other variables

Required Skills, Qualifications & Experience:

  • Ability to move across camp grounds and between buildings and activity areas multiple times each day
  • Ability to perform job functions outside during summer months (humidity, heat, rain)
  • Ability to coordinate a multi-faceted program for campers aged 16-21 years with varying physical and developmental abilities
  • Demonstrate flexibility, creative problem-solving and optimism in the face of obstacles
  • Ability to provide overnight and personal care for children and teenagers
  • Ability to independently manage tasks and workload in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to provide support and lead peers and children
  • Ability to live on site

Click here for a full job description. Interested in this position or know someone who may be a great fit? Please contact our HR Department at for more information.

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