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Mulhurst Camp

Feb 07, 2020

On Picturesque East Shore Pigeon Lake, Alberta
Hiring Year-Round Executive Director

In collaboration with the Board of Directors, you will provide visionary leadership to all aspects of Mulhurst Camp: organizational, operational, financial, promotional, relational, and spiritual. The role is dynamic, demanding and constantly evolving. The person we are seeking to be a part of our camp family is enthusiastic, dedicated, adaptable, kind, self-motivated, and joyful.
 Act as a positive, present role model for campers, campground users and staff.
 Create a safe and welcoming environment for people of all backgrounds.
 Represent Mulhurst Camp to the greater community with respect, optimism and joy.

 Foster an effective and caring work environment where personal and professional development is encouraged.
 Develop a staffing structure that supports the efficient and effective delivery of programs.
 Build positive relationships with staff, staff alumni, seasonals, campground users, partner organizations, the local community and the broader church community; coordinate community engagement.

 Ensure all programs are aligned with the Mission and Vision of the camp and well as the ACA Standards.
 Work with staff to ensure healthy, safe, current, fun-filled, and challenging programs.
 Work with your staff team to bring God’s transforming love into the lives of children, youth and adults.
 Design and launch events to increase off-season revenue.

 Complete all administrative and budgetary duties pertaining to camp, year-round programs, campers and staff.
 Organize rental, school group and retreat bookings while securing sufficient staff.
 Working closely with the Board, develop strategic and capital project plans for the organization and well as operating goals that stem from these priorities.
 Ensure the safety, security and maintenance of all camp facilities.
 Act as the key communicator for parents, rental groups, campground users and event participants and the principal contact for staff.
 Support the Board’s involvement in fundraising, personally cultivate and solicit donors, develop sustainable fundraising plans and processes.
 Through innovative marketing strategies, seek new supporters while engaging existing and past ones.

 Experience working within camp ministry and/or non-profit organizations and managing schedules, budgets, fundraising and staff.
 A preference for college or post-secondary education in a related field of study or an equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered.
 Strong entrepreneurial, marketing, communication, problem-solving, relationship skills.

 The hours are varied and flexible throughout the year, with more hours required during the summer camp program and its lead up (May – August).
 Remuneration will be commensurate with education and experience
 The preferable start date is ASAP.
Closing Date: February 15, 2020
Applications (cover letter and current resume, including references) should be sent to Sylvia Becker at

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