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