Current Openings!

Job Title:           Director of Community Outreach and Engagement

Reports to:       Camp Director

Camp Laurelwood allows campers the ability to explore and enhance Jewish identity and values, encourage healthy lifestyle choices, and lay the foundation for positive, lifelong friendships.

  • Represent Camp Laurelwood at fairs and events by hosting information tables, providing presentations about programs and hosting informational sessions on campus, in synagogues and through webinars

  • Foster and manage relationships with community organizations, businesses, Hebrew day and local schools, synagogues, and other Jewish agencies to identify potential campers; this includes attending regular community meetings (when applicable) and attending any fairs or events in the community

  • Develop, maintain and update the community outreach plan and calendar; to include outreach to businesses, schools, synagogues, ambassador training program, Jewish agencies, alumni

  • Assemble “parlor meetings” with current and prospective families as part of recruitment effort.

  • Follow up with all new campers, camper leads and current families by phone and email, in an effort to engage them throughout the year

  • Keep track of all potential campers/leads using our database system

  • Maintain and report on monthly recruitment, marketing strategies

  • Coordinates “New Family Information” events and current family engagement events

  • Assist with campus-wide projects and activities, as needed by the Director

  • Maintain, organize, and develop social media and collateral

  • Responsible for much mass camp communications throughout the year, by use of online systems such as Camp Minder and Constant Contact

  • Assist with reunions and other year-round events

  • Manage open house and other campus visitation programs. Follows up with all attendees and leads

  • Manage all marketing efforts, to include print, digital and face-to-face strategies


  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree

  • Experience working in summer camp preferred

  • Knowledge of marketing, social media, and Constant Contact (preferred)

  • Willing to attend networking events, conferences and secure contacts from events

  • Professional communication skills (presentation, phone, and email etiquette)

  • Attention to detail, proactive and a goal setter who is able to take ownership of tasks

  • Enjoys a fast-paced work environment and working with others

  • Self-starter, self-motivator


Job Title: Summer Maintenance Supervisor

Reports to: Facilities Manager / Camp Director


Basic Overview:

  • Report to Camp Director

  • Works closely will full time Facilities Manager on maintenance needs

  • Oversees maintenance team, including maintenance staff, housekeepers and landscaper

  • Provides hands-on work as part of the maintenance team

  • Organizes tasks and daily schedules for all team members

  • Responsible for supervising, developing, and evaluating staff

  • Oversees daily and big picture maintenance needs for living, dining, and programming facilities, both indoor and outdoor

  • Attends all leadership team meetings

  • Practices and promotes Laurelwood’s goals and mission

  • Addresses issues in a timely and professional manner


  • Participate in Staff Development Week

  • Attend all supervisory, divisional, and all-camp meetings

  • Adhere to the staff manual

  • Attend all-camp wide activities

  • Participate in meetings as scheduled by supervisors

  • Completes other duties as assigned by director and assistant director

  • Lives at camp and is on call and available to help with urgent issues


  • Must be at least one year removed from high school

  • Camp Experience Preferred

  • Maintenance Experience required, and supervisor experience preferred

Characteristics, skills, and attributes:

  • Demonstrate good character and integrity.

  • Must have enthusiasm, be adaptable, patience and possess an excellent work ethic

  • Self-directed with ability to accept guidance

  • Must present a professional image and have excellent communication skills

  • Ability to work as part of a team

  • Can make sound judgments and decisions in a calm manner.

  • Willingness to take on any necessary roles and responsibilities to accomplish a task

  • Confident in conflict management and problem solving

  • Strong organizational and time management skills

  • Demonstrates good critical and creative thinking skills

  • Is a team player

  • Basic power tools/tools knowledge

  • Ability to make repairs


  • Seasonal:  June 10 - August 13 (must live at camp)

Compensation::  $3,000-$3,500, DOE


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