Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Head Cook will be responsible for directing food service operations including food preparation, serving, and clean-up of all meals served, ordering and inventory control, and kitchen scheduling.View Details »
YMCA Camp Ohiyesa Outdoor Education Instructors are responsible for the instruction and implementation of Camp Ohiyesa’s Outdoor Education program during the spring and fall.View Details »
Camp Ohiyesa's Resident Camp Senior Counselor is primarily responsible for the supervision, guidance, leadership, health and safety of a group of campers. Counselors live with the campers; plan and participate in all activities with their group, supervise a Junior Counselor and/or CIT, and have fun!View Details »
The Kitchen Staff/Cook will be responsible for assisting in food service operations under the direction of the Lead Cook. Responsible for assisting in the food preparations, cooking, serving, and clean up of all meals served.View Details »
Equestrian Director is responsible for development and implementation of the camp Horseback Riding program, including planning and teaching age appropriate lessons, safety of all participants, supervision of horseback staff, care of horses, and participation in special camp programs.View Details »
The Camp Creative Arts Director is responsible for all phases of arts and crafts programming at camp. Individual must develop integrated arts program which will stimulate the creative and manual dexterity of every camper while utilizing the specific camp themes.View Details »
Under the direction of the Business Office Manager, the Camp Registrar is responsible for ensuring the highest level of member satisfaction, safety, and consistent business operations by providing excellent customer and member services at the Front Desk. Fluent in all general functions associated with the operation of the office.View Details »
The Camp Health Officer is responsible for all aspects of health care at camp, including:
• Assisting the Director in maintaining a safe and healthy camp environment.
• Maintain quality and safety controls in camp areas as required by the ACA and the local health department.
• Plan and coordinate overall camp health services.
Unit Leaders are responsible for assisting the Program Director in the day-to-day operations of summer camp and the facilitation of camp wide activity programming.View Details »
The Waterfront Director is responsible for implementing all phases of aquatic programming for campers and staff at Camp during the Summer Camp season. The Waterfront Director is responsible for the safety, cleanliness, organization, and maintenance of the waterfront and boating areas.View Details »