SuperCamp Lead Facilitators bring their mastery of facilitation, depth of knowledge of the curriculum, systems thinking, and leadership skills to create the culture of camp. Lead Facilitators possess the following qualities:
Attend staff training for four days: Dates TBD (Oceanside, CA; paid for by QLN).
Participate in training conference calls (1-2 throughout April –June).
Participate in Site Facebook group to build the foundation of culture and community of camp.
Arrive 7 days prior to the start of camp to set up site and prepare staff for camp
Support in setting up site upon arrival, including materials, office space, meeting space, and staff rooms.
Hold staff accountable to all policies and procedures in the SuperCamp contract.
In between camps lead Staff Closure and Staff Realignment trainings.
Lead a 4 day intensive staff training.
Coordinate the logistics of getting camp flow and logistics prepared prior to camper arrival.
Model the highest expectation of staff behavior and attitude at all times.
Respond to emergencies that may arise during camp.
Oversee social media requirements of camp (Facebook posts, picture and video taking, and uploading to appropriate sources).
Remain in contact with SuperCamp Programs Department and QLN with updates/concerns/successes.
Be on call 24 hours a day (should a need arise).
Manage camper and staff behavior/incidents alongside the Site Administrator and Site Counselor.
Coordinate two daily meetings to align, course correct, and prepare for the daily success of camp.
Provide context and clarity to staff, campers, and parents about camp culture and curriculum.
Create engaging and dynamic academic course room sessions to facilitate our curriculum.
Engage with students and model the expectation of active participation in all sessions.
Lead SuperCamp Graduation Ceremony.
Instruct Quantum Learning and Life Skills curriculum to the large group (up to 150 people) and debrief large and small group discussions.
Lead purposeful activities and games to energize, mobilize, redirect, or enroll students.
Lead an interactive and informative 2-hour Parent Workshop.
Hold all staff accountable and keep employee morale high.
Model safe and healthy communication and behavior for all students and staff.
Provide pre/during/post coaching to Facilitators about delivery of curriculum.
Provide resources and encouragement to Team Leaders for effective support of their campers.
Work in tandem with other on-site managers (Decision Team) to successfully manage programs.
Complete and set goals from the Professional Development Rubric for all facilitation staff.
Evaluate staff on job performance at the end of summer on all required evaluation forms.
Give and receive coaching and feedback to improve and maintain the quality of the program.
Work with the entire site team to assure the quality delivery of all curriculum.
Set up and maintain the impeccability of all course rooms and meeting spaces.
Participate in the taking of pictures, video, and posting of social media for Grad Support.
Prepare all materials needed to create a safe and success driven learning environment.
Provide context and assistance to any other role in delivering excellent customer service.
Bachelor’s Degree or higher.
Worked for QLN for a minimum of 2 years.
Professional in your written and verbal communication.
Vibrant and engaging front-of-the-room presence.
Integrity, honesty, kindness, humility, patience, and a genuine concern for others.
Able to memorize and deliver large amounts of curriculum with accuracy.
Completed FIT, and all subsequent required training.
Recommendation Form completed by a previous Lead Facilitator.
Able to lift at least 20 lbs.
Willing to accept guidance, direction, and supervision from manager & peers.
Sound judgment, able to effectively problem solve, and the ability to build rapport through your leadership.
Able to attend Know It By Heart (KIBH) staff training Wednesday, April 18th – Sunday, April 22nd (Oceanside, CA; paid for by QLN)
Available during summer for placement (June through August 2018)
Staff training focuses on leadership and life skills development. Through relationship building, clarity of expectations, and team alignment, all Decision Team members (Lead Facilitator, Site Administrator, and Site Counselor) are empowered to model expectations and create SuperCamp direction, inspiration, guidance, and tone.
Desire a long-term relationship with Quantum Learning Network.
This position is professional exempt.