Summary: Assist with maintenance, operational, logistical, and custodial services for assigned camp property. Provide primary support to the Director of Facilities with maintenance of land, buildings, utilities, and equipment. Also provide onsite assistance to all individuals and groups utilizing the property. Provide assistance with onsite security for events and activities. The Camp Ranger is responsible for property management and oversite in the absence of the Director of Facilities.
Reports to: Director of Faci lities
FLSA Status: Regular, FT (Non-Exempt)
Assist Director of Facilities with the following-
- Provide comprehensive site maintenance and janitorial services in support of the Girl Scout program.
- Provide onsite assistance to all individuals and groups using the property, and ensure that hospitality, safety, health, and security standards are continually met and maintained.
- Open and close designated areas and facilities according to scheduled needs.
- Perform repairs to buildings and equipment and purchase required supplies as directed.
- Assist the Director of Facilities in ensuring that the camp always complies with applicable federal, state, and local codes, safety activity checkpoints, and American Camp Association standards.
- Maintain inventory and stocking of cleaning supplies and paper products for the property.
- Provide written reports and evaluations as requested.
- Maintain positive working relationship with federal, state, and local authorities.
- Provide assistance to other Director of Facilities when necessary.
- Attend and participate in regular team and council-wide meetings, trainings, and professional development opportunities.
- Other duties as assigned.
Summer Camp (additional) -
- Work closely with Camp Director and other program staff to provide property related training to seasonal staff.
- Participate in emergency response exercises and be prepared to assume assigned responsibilities in the event of an emergency.
- Assist with the arrival and departure of campers.
- Assist with all post-camp breakdown, clean up, and inventory replenishment.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Ability to work under pressure, manage work-time, meet deadlines, and handle a potentially heavy workload in a positive and flexible manner.
- Ability to communicate effectively with other staff, volunteers, girls, and adults, who encompass the full spectrum of diversity.
- Exhibit an attitude and behavior consistent with the core competencies, core values, and beliefs of the organization.
- Knowledge of general building and grounds maintenance techniques with some demonstrated experience in related building, construction, or property management trades (i.e., painting, carpentry, plumbing, etc.).
- Ability to operate a variety of machinery and/or power tools safely and effectively.
- Ability, in the absence of the Director of Facilities, to take on increased responsibilities and on regular basis work evenings and weekends.
- Ability to handle crises in a calm, thorough, and efficient manner.
- Demonstrated maturity, sound judgment, integrity, and flexibility.
- Demonstrated ability to collaborate appropriately, support decisions in a team environment, and show initiative and follow through.
Requirements and Qualifications:
- Minimum age of 21.
- Covid Vaccinated
- Commitment to the aims and purposes of the Girl Scout movement, including belief in the importance of the organization in our society.
- Knowledge of, or willingness to learn, the goals, objectives and desired outcomes of the Girl Scout movement.
- Commitment to, and understanding of, the importance of being a professional role model.
- Valid Arizona driver's license, insurance, a proven safe driving record (39 month MVR), and reliable transportation.
- Experience working with computers and Microsoft Office Suite.
- Maintain current membership in the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A.
- Must be willing to learn and use the competencies essential to GSACPC's theory of change models and learning organization culture.
Required Education and Experience:
- Prior work experience in property maintenance preferably for non-profit youth or other large organization.
- First Aid or OSHA10-hour certification or willingness to obtain such certifications.
- Good physical condition, including the ability to lift more than 50 pounds without difficulty.
- Ability to walk, run, climb ladders, and do other physical work outdoors in adverse climates for hours at a time.
100% paid life insurance, short- and long-term disability
403(b) retirement plan with matching
10 paid holidays
Competitive medical, dental and vision benefits