Summer Staff Job Descriptions

Being on the summer staff team at Tulakogee Conference Center is a summer of being on mission. It is a position of leadership and service as we accommodate and minister to those who come here as our guests. It is our desire that as a staff we take every opportunity to display in our everyday activities as well as share with our voice the truths of our faith to those who come here. It is also our desire that we have opportunity and be challenged to grow in our personal walk of faith.

All staff shall be familiar with and agree to information and guidelines as defined in the Employee Handbook 2019 edition. The handbook is available upon request or will be included in the interview conversations.

Positions

Kitchen Assistant: General all-around assistance in the kitchen as requested by supervisors. Will assist with food preparation, serving, and cleanup activities. Will involve a rotating schedule of breakfast, thru lunch and dinner and will include some weekends.

  • Must have or become certified for food service activities. (Tulakogee can help accomplish this.)
  • Must be physically capable of lifting 50 lbs. safely.
  • Should be a self-starter and not require constant supervision to carry out tasks with which you are familiar.
  • Able to schedule yourself for assigned work start times.

House Keeping: General all-around participation and assistance with cleanup and maintaining the Conference Center buildings and use areas. May include grounds upkeep activities if needed. Will involve a rotating schedule of location on campus and will include some weekends.

  • General cleanup as directed in preparation for guests including bath areas, cabin kitchens, common meeting and sleeping areas.
  • Set up of tables, chairs, and beds.
  • Helping in short time-framed prep in any areas necessary when one group leaves and another group is arriving (generally referred to as “Reset” or “Flipping”).
  • Trash gathering and removal to dumpsters, sweeping, mopping, disinfecting, making beds. Laundry, scrubbing, vacuuming, etc.
  • Must be physically capable of lifting 50 lbs. safely.
  • Maintaining the housekeeping vehicles with supplies and materials in an organized manner.
  • Should be a self-starter and not require constant supervision to carry out tasks with which you are familiar.
  • Able to schedule yourself for assigned work start times.

Grounds and Maintenance: General all-around care of grounds and assistance in multiple areas of camp as needed.

  • Weed eating, leaf blowing
  • Mowing, limb pickup and burning, trach gathering and hauling.
  • Facility repairs or as an assistant to such repairs such as stopped up toilets, light bulbs, storage cleaning and organizing, chair and table setups.
  • Must be physically capable of lifting 50 lbs. safely.
  • Should be a self-starter and not require constant supervision to carry out tasks with which you are familiar.
  • Able to schedule yourself for assigned work start times.

Life Guard: Provide safety oversight to participants while using the pool and slide, and lake related activities such as paddle boats and canoes. Be responsible for all around up keep for the pool area including the bath house, changing rooms, and pool associated equipment and supplies. Will have a rotating schedule between pool usage and lake activities and will involve some night sessions with the pool.

  • Be currently certified as a Life Guard or other certification carrying a higher rating- or willing to become so certified.
  • Be knowledgeable of how to technically and safely daily test the water quality in the pool and maintain the required log records.
  • Maintain the pool office for safety and efficiency of use by other staff. Track and make supervisor aware of pool chemical supply levels and needs.
  • Help maintain and keep lake equipment organized and serviced.
  • Be aware of and notify maintenance of any service issues needing attention.
  • Must be physically capable of lifting 50 lbs. safely.
  • Should be a self-starter and not require constant supervision to carry out tasks with which you are familiar.
  • Able to schedule yourself for assigned work start times.

Nurse: Provide medical evaluation and necessary response to first aid needs as they arise with guests. Be knowledgeable of how to store, maintain, and able to administer medications and drugs as prescribed. Be capable of determining the extent of injury as to whether it needs emergency attention and take responsibility to insure proper authorities, i.e. group leaders and/or parent(s) are notified and aware of situation. Inventory and maintain general medical supplies of such variety and adequate for anticipated needs. Be available on campus during duty sessions while guests are present.

 

 

 

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