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At Kidcam Camps, it's more than just a "summer job." It's a real job with life-changing opportunities and growth potential.

We are always looking to invest in new Rockstars to join our team of key players. Our philosophy is that a role at Kidcam is all about GIVE and TAKE.

If you have what you think it TAKES to join our team, we promise we will GIVE you back so much more.


We call it the Kidcam difference. Our campers call it summers that rock!

Be a Kidcam Rockstar

Open Positions

Louisiana

Alabama

Georgia

Westbank | Houma

Lafayette

job descriptions

Camp Director


Kidcam Camps is looking for Summer Day Camp directors at various locations. Our Camp Directors lead the operations of the camp’s 10-week, summer program. Program Overview The main function of the Kidcam Camp Director is to oversee the daily operations of the summer camp program, while leading and engaging the staff in a fun & safe environment. The camp director is also responsible for organizing and conducting events, recruitment & training efforts prior to the start of camp, and closing all end of the summer records. Essential Function and Responsibility

  • Lead & engage your team to provide campers with an experience that brings to life the Kidcam Mission in all areas of the program.
  • Partner with Kidcam Basecamp in the recruitment, interview, hiring, and position assignments, to build a strong camp staff.
  • Ensure all counselors & staff are fully trained and empowered in their position and understand their role in the camp operations.
  • Accountable for all daily operations, logistics & finances:

  • Assigning key roles/responsibilities for all staff(right person in the right role)
  • Conduct weekly staff evaluations to adjust for developmental and program expectations.
  • Manage purchasing of food, equipment, and other needs for camp operations.
  • Oversee facility relations, safety & maintenance
  • Manage all staff, parent, and camper communications & incidents.
  • Manage camp budgets and staff schedules.
  • Follow the policies and procedures set forth in the Camp Director Handbook.
Position Availability Late May to early August. Up to 20 hours of training & meetings during the off-season. Physical Demands & Working Conditions Must be physically and mentally able to meet the challenges of navigating and working in destination based facilities. Education and Experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred, but not required.
  • Per ACA standards, minimum 25 yrs of age by start date.
  • Experience working with children via degree or work experience.
  • First Aid & CPR Certified – may receive certification during Director Training by Basecamp.
  • Experience managing and supervising employees.
  • Understanding of Microsoft 365 with basic computer skills such as Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.
  • Ability to learn and manage the Kidcam Camp Management Software System.
Key Competencies Belief that with the right support and access to quality programs and experiences, all young people are able to excel to the highest level imaginable. Self starter with a track record of success in achieving organizational objectives, including the conception and implementation of new program initiatives and supporting sustainability for existing programs. Calm under duress and able to make critical decisions in a quick and logical manner to minimize risk and ensure the safety and well-being of participants and staff. Per American Camp Association Accreditation Standards the Camp Director must be a minimum of 25years of age by start date. Compensation Competitive salary, commensurable with experience. Locations Louisiana: New Orleans, Metairie, Luling
Alabama: Foley




Executive Director of Operations - OWA


Kidcam Camps is recruiting an executive leadership position to operate all management, relationship, marketing & programming aspects of the youth day camp programs for Kidcam at OWA in Foley, AL. Program Overview The Executive Director is accountable for all aspects of Kidcam Camps year-round business operations for a specific camp location. The Executive Director is the key liaison between the Kidcam Executive Team and Host Facility Executive Team acting as a model representative for both companies. While this position will directly report to Kidcam LLC, there will be a dotted reporting line to the Host Facility General Manager, Sales & Marketing Team. This position will oversee the business, relationship, marketing and pre-camp management efforts, as well as be the leader and visionary for the on-the-ground success of the daily camp operations, programs, specialty camp development & summer camp leadership team. Essential Function and Responsibility

  • Lead & engage a team to provide campers with an experience that brings to life the Kidcam Mission in all areas of the program.
  • Produce and manage the strategic vision for the program, operational & growth plan in conjunction with the President of Kidcam Camps and General Manager of Host Facility Operations.
  • Serve as Kidcam Camps’ primary point of person & lead representative for the host facility and surrounding community.
  • Collaborate with Kidcam Executive Team (Base Camp) to maintain and grow the long-term revenue and profitability of the program by expanding and improving the performance & strategic initiatives of the camp.
  • Business operator and spokesperson for vendor & facility relationships, programming and cross-marketing, communication & co-branding initiatives.
  • Responsible for ‘store-front’, facility, and maintenance branding & management.
  • Define key roles and responsibilities for all staff development, including camp directors; oversee recruitment efforts, weekly evaluations & adjustment of talent to have the right people in the right positions.
  • Establish an operating budget, in collaboration with Base Camp, and execute the daily operations of the camp to ensure the financial health of the organization continues to grow.
  • Manage and enhance positive relationships between Kidcam, local schools, local vendors, facility attractions and facility leadership to maximize the identity of the business as a Premier Destination Summer Camp.
  • Recruit, hire, and manage camp leadership team.
  • Oversee recruitment, support, and retention of camp staff & campers.
Position Availability May to early August. Up to 80 hours of pre-season business development & operational planning to include, but not limited to training & meetings. Flexible hours in the spring. Physical Demands & Working Conditions Must be physically and mentally able to meet the challenges of navigating and working in destination based facilities. Education & Experience
  • Bachelor’s Degree required. Masters in Education or Business Management preferred but not required to apply.
  • Per ACA Standards, minimum 25 years of age by start date.
  • Must have experience in a management role supervising employees and managing a business or similar program.
  • Preferable experience working with children via degree or work environment.
  • First Aid & CPR Certified (may receive certification during Director Training by Basecamp).
  • Experience with Microsoft 365 and basic computer skills with applications such as Word, Excel, Email, etc.
  • Ability to learn and manage the Kidcam Camp Management Software System.
Key Competencies
  • Proven leader of people with the ability to build relationships with Kidcam Camp families & staff, local community and facility leadership & executives.
  • Able to be held to the highest of standards from a professional relationship position with multi-level reporting to numerous executives from varying levels of business operations.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills with high attention to detail.
  • Visionary to explore all channels of opportunity for program growth, change, new ideas.
  • Experience with budget development and program management in youth programs but also multi-faceted business operations.
  • Experience analyzing and interpreting financial statements.
  • Preference for candidate with demonstrated success leading and managing a team of at least 20 people.
  • Willingness to work extended hours, seasonal workdays and flexible off-season hours.
  • Operate in compliance with all employment, anti-discrimination and record-keeping laws and requirements including ACA, state and local regulations.
Compensation Competitive salary, commensurable with experience. Locations Louisiana: New Orleans, Metairie, Luling
Alabama: Foley




Camp Counselor


Kidcam Camps is looking for Summer Day Camp Counselors at various locations. Our Camp Counselors lead campers during our 10-week, summer program. Program Overview The main function of the Kidcam Camp Counselor is to ensure the safety and welfare of campers at all times through constant direct supervision and engaging campers in all activities as scheduled. Essential Functions and Responsibilities

  • Be responsible for the safety and welfare of campers assigned to your group.
  • Assemble and organize group for morning meetings.
  • Follow the daily schedule as directed by supervisor/camp director.
  • Assist with lunch and break times.
  • Take head counts and call roll every time you get on a buss, and before you leave a location.
  • During swim time, all counselors are expected to be in the pool engaging and interacting with their campers.
  • Engage campers in scheduled activities; motivate and encourage participation.
  • Organize group for on-campus events and be on time to all events.
  • Report all camper illness and injuries and treat with first aid as needed.
  • Assist in the dismissal of campers.
  • Escort campers to aftercare and/or carpool areas according to dismissal procedures.
Supervisory Responsibilities
  • Supervise campers at all times.
  • Monitor all on-campus events.
  • Organize and supervise campers on all off-campus field trips.
  • Assign duties to CIT scheduled to work with your group.
Other Duties and Responsibilities
  • Attend all assigned: Orientation, Training Days, & Open Houses.
  • Be available to meet with Camp Director weekly for a minimum of 30 minutes to discuss weekly progress.
  • Check out and return equipment to camp office after us.
  • Secure and clean areas after each activity.
  • Read, sign, and return the Camp Counselor handbook at the end of camp session.
Position Availability Late May to early August. Up to 20 hours of training & meetings during the off-season. Physical Demands & Working Conditions Must be physically and mentally able to meet the challenges of navigating and working in destination based facilities. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
  • Must be able to demonstrate the ability to swim.
  • Experience working with children or groups of children.
  • Must be willing to work well in a team environment.
  • Must be willing to be fully engaged with campers in various activities.
  • Must be willing to commit to the entire summer session.
Key Competencies
  • Age 15+ (14 for Counselor in Training)
  • A problem solver!
  • You think fast on your feet and prioritize quickly.
  • Ability to remain optimistic.
  • Ability to remain calm under pressure.
  • Flexible & creative to the ever-changing world of summer camp.
  • Patient & Responsible Have a positive attitude & work well with others.
  • Willingness to ask for help when needed from supervisor and director with a willingness to grow and expand your skills and experience.
  • Looking to acquire skills to take you to the next level, whether it is college/career.
Compensation Competitive salary, commensurable with experience.