Archery Range Officer (Ages 18+)

Camp Locations and Hours

Camp Raanana @ the J
Jewish Community Center of Greater Ann Arbor
2935 Birch Hollow Drive
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

*Camp Raanana @ the J takes place for two weeks in August

Camp Raanana @ Cedar Lake
Michigan United Conservation Club
2500 Pierce Road
Chelsea, MI 48118

*Camp Raanana @ Cedar Lake (9:30 AM-3:30 PM), mid-June through mid-August. You will take a bus from the J to Cedar Lake and back each day.

Pre & Post Camp
Morning Drop-off (8:45 AM) & Afternoon Pick-up (4:00 PM)
Pre-Camp (7:30-9:00 AM) & Post-Camp (4:00-6:00 PM)

*Ability to work Pre or Post Camp for more pay

Responsibilities as an Archery Range Officer
□ Responsible for providing safe access to the Michigan United Conservation Club (MUCC)’s Archery Range, facility orientation, and equipment handling
o Conduct basic orientation of participants related to safety, teaching skills, and archery range etiquette
o Maintain and fix equipment as needed
□ Work cooperatively and in conjunction with MUCC range officers who also run archery throughout the camp day for the other day camp run separately from Camp Raanana

Beyond the Range
□ Supervise groups of junior staff and campers, acting as guardian, advocate, and disciplinarian, putting their best interests first
□ Maintain a safe and healthy environment for his/her campers, abiding by all camp rules/policies. Ability to assist in emergencies
□ Assist in leading all camp activities
□ Assist the Camp Director in:
o Creating a positive and inviting environment for staff, children and parents
o Taking an active role in professional development
o To promote and model a professional attitude in daily work
o Set standards that other staff should also adhere to
o Recognize and respect matters of confidentiality
o Ensure the needs of all programs are met
o Respond to the needs of camp with flexibility and willingness to work in required areas
o Perform other related duties as assigned by Camp Director
o Oversee any field trips
o Assist when the ratios are low or an additional staff’s presence is needed
o Constant promotion of camp
□ Set up, clean up and maintenance of all indoor and outdoor spaces and equipment
□ Provide service to campers meeting the objectives of fun, self-awareness, and community involvement
□ Supervise campers participation in structured and unstructured activities
□ Apply proper discipline in a caring manner so campers learn the difference between appropriate and inappropriate
behavior (at no time will corporal punishment or physical means be tolerated)
□ Serve as a role model for all campers, conducting yourself properly while participating in all required activities with an enthusiastic attitude, including swimming daily with the camper
□ Demonstrate sensitivity to the needs of campers served
□ Attend pre-camp meetings, trainings, orientations, pre-camp, post-camp, and overnights while being available for all other related dates, activities, and camp events
□ Listen to, respect, follow the decisions, and report any emergencies or any inappropriate behavior to the
Camp Director (Waterfront/Assistant Waterfront Directors during waterfront or water activities)
□ Listen to, and respect opinions of other staff including fellow Counselor’s-In-Training (CIT’s), lifeguards, and counselors
□ Respect the individuality of all parents/families and is sensitive to the stresses they may experience
□ Ensure that the daily communication with parents is open, respectful and confidential
□ Discuss the program’s daily events with families
□ Accommodate the families’ instructions for daily routines within the group routines wherever possible and make them aware of any concerns, incidents, disciplinary issues, or medical incidents that may have occurred over the course of the day

Must be at least 21 years or older with a High School degree, and a desire and attitude to work with children in a small group setting.

Preferred: 1-4 years as an archery instructor and some day camp experience whether as a camper, Counselor-In-Training (CIT), Junior or Senior Counselor (in previous years).

Must have proven management, good communication and organizational skills, and the ability to be creative and take direction/instruction.

Must be able to pass a background check.

Possess current First Aid/CPR certification.

*You are not required to be Jewish, but must be open to learning about Judaism (i.e. songs, prayers, etc.)

Physical Aspects of the Job
□ Ability to communicate orally and in writing
□ Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards
□ Ability to enforce safety regulations and execute appropriate emergency procedure
□ Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid. Must be able to assist campers in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, injury) and possess strength and endurance require to maintain constant supervision of campers
□ Activities may include / require:
• Prolonged standing, walking
• Hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity to manipulate equipment
• The need to lift up to 50 lbs
• Prolonged exposure to outdoor elements (sun, wind, rain, etc.) and animals or insects (bugs, etc.)

End Result
□ Successful completion of all the required duties and expectations will ensure that the experience of the camper will be a safe and positive one.

Staff training will be held prior to camp beginning. Applicant must be able to attend staff training in order to work.

Reports To
Camp Director
Assistant Camp Director

□ Salaried for up to eight weeks between June and August. Commensurate with experience.

Throughout the summer, Camp Raanana holds several overnights at the Cedar Lake location. The Archery Range Officer will be expected to work late and possibly stay at camp for a selection of these overnights.

Questions: Tamara Lewis, Community Programs Office Manager (734) 971-0990 ext. 141 or email

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