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Youth & Camp Director
Jewish Community Center of the Lehigh Valley
702 N. 22nd St.
Allentown, PA 18104

Principal Responsibilities:

The Youth & Camp Director has the overall responsibility for the development, planning, implementation, and evaluation of the JCC's youth and children's programs, including Camp JCC, the JLounge after-school program, Vacation Camp and Snow Days. The Youth & Camp Director plays an integral role in building our growing camp program and being an agent for change and positive growth. The Youth & Camp Director must be a self-starter, capable of working independently and also as part of a team of professionals. The Youth & Camp Director must be capable of "switching gears" - being approachable and fun when working with children and parents, while also being organized and professional when in the office.

The Youth & Camp Director is a full-time position, reporting to the Program Director. The position requires expertise working with children in an informal or experiential environment, such as summer camp or out-of-school programs. The Youth & Camp Director supervises a team of full-time and part-time staff, and works alongside a team of professional colleagues as part of the JCC's program team. This position is an excellent opportunity for a mid-career JCC professional (or someone in a related field) who is looking to take a second or third step in their career.

Minimum Qualifications:

Primary Responsibilities

Management

Programming

Leadership

Qualifications

Salary:

45,000 - 55,000

Agency Information:

The JCC of the Lehigh Valley is a growing agency with strong roots in a town that is thriving with Jewish life, which includes eight synagogues, a Jewish day school, an extensive eruv, a mikvah, a kosher food truck, and an overnight camp. Cultural amenities include minor league baseball and hockey, a symphony and art museum, a zoo, multiple ski resorts, amusement parks, MusikFest (the country's largest free music festival), historical sites, and easy access to Philadelphia (1 hour) and New York City (2 hours). With a low cost of living and beautiful natural surroundings, the Lehigh Valley provides a high quality of life for individuals and families of all backgrounds and interests.