CNIB Lake Joe
Laughter, fun, empowering activities – essential ingredients for the perfect camp experience. Do you want to be part of the fantastic team that helps make it all possible?
For more than 50 years, CNIB Lake Joe has been providing an exciting, safe, and accessible camp experience for people living with sight loss. CNIB Lake Joe is looking for Program Coordinators to help us bring the magic of summer camp to life for people living with sight loss!
What you’ll do
The Program Coordinator will work with the management team to maintain the highest level of guest and staff experience. This position will provide assistance with the coordination, supervision and facilitation of guest programming, while responding to guest complaints and experience. The Program Coordinator will also be responsible for assisting in staff and volunteer training and feedback.
Assist in the recruitment, training, onboarding and support of all staff and volunteers
Communicate and update staff, volunteers and guests of any changes to the programs
Ensure all equipment and supplies are in good working condition and that there are appropriate supplies for planned activities
Connect with staff members on a weekly basis to ensure job satisfaction; complete staff performance reviews and weekly summaries
Take on rotational responsibilities of the Point Person – taking the lead role in emergency situations and being a resource for all concerns
Attend programs to ensure superior job performance and guest satisfaction
Ensure staff motivators are delivered in variety and consistently
We want to hear from you if you have:
Excellent communication, interpersonal, leadership and problem-solving skills; mature and professional attitude, organized, and detail-oriented
Knowledge and experience in an Ontario Camps Association (OCA) accredited camp
Ability to work as part of a team and independently
Current (within 6 months of start date) Vulnerable Sector Police Record Check
Current Standard First Aid and CPR “C”
NLS an asset and Current Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCO) an asset
Current G class driver’s license with current and clean driver’s abstract an asset
Current F class driver’s license, or willingness to obtain, an asset
Ability to work flexible hours as well as standard camp hours and work outdoors for long periods of time
Must reside at CNIB Lake Joe during operational season and be willing to share accommodations with other staff member
Personal or professional experience relating to blindness and sight loss is considered an asset
Why work at Lake Joe?
We want you to learn, grow, and succeed professionally. As part of the Lake Joe team, you’ll explore your strengths and build a skill set that will last you a lifetime. Communication, leadership, integrity, inclusiveness, collaboration, curiosity – you’ll strengthen values, skills, and a professional network that will set you up for success and look fantastic on a resume!
You’ll make a difference. Every single day. At CNIB Lake Joe, you’ll be welcomed into an inclusive culture that celebrates a unique blend of recreation, skills training, innovation, and personal discovery. Working and learning with an amazing team of staff and volunteers, you’ll create life-changing experiences for campers living with sight loss.
Live, work, and play at beautiful Lake Joe. Two hours north of Toronto, CNIB Lake Joe stretches across 12.5 acres of stunning waterfront property on the northwest corner of Lake Joseph. Did we mention that your room and meals are included?
To apply online, visit: https://apply.workable.com/cnibfoundation/j/996DBB8A1B/