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Seattle Summer camp program coordinator

 The Summer Camp Program Coordinator has primary responsibility for the safe and effective execution of educational and recreational programming for summer day camp.  This includes managing the set-up, safety and take-down of the climbing wall, providing counselors the tools and training needed to run other curriculum-based programs, and facilitating large group programs and assemblies. The first round of interviews start on March 26, 2018 . Seasonal employment June 13 - August 17.

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Seattle Summer Camp Lead Staff

 The Summer Camp Lead Staff are directly responsible for the daily supervision of a group of 8-12 youth ranging in age from 6-12. Summer Camp Lead Staff have a range of responsibilities during the summer camp day, including leading games and activities, providing support and encouragement for each camper, resolving camper conflicts, supervising activity transitions, maintaining the schedule, develop positive camp culture and behavior management.  Summer Camp Lead Staff are directly responsible for keeping each youth in their group safe and facilitating an active, educational summer camp experience. First round of interviews start on March 26, 2018. Seasonal employment June 18 - August 17.

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Tacoma summer camp lead staff

The Summer Camp Lead Staff are directly responsible for the daily supervision of a group of 8-12 youth ranging in age from 6-12. Summer Camp Lead Staff have a range of responsibilities during the summer camp day, including leading games and activities, providing support and encouragement for each camper, resolving camper conflicts, supervising activity transitions, maintaining a schedule and behavior management.  Summer Camp Lead Staff are directly responsible for keeping each youth in their group safe and facilitating a fun and rewarding summer camp experience. This is primarily a day camp, but one week will include overnight camping. 

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Director of Finance & Operations - Mountaineers Books

We are looking for a rare combination of financial acumen, book publishing experience, and a strategic mission-driven approach to business decisions. The DFO would serve on the highly collaborative Core Management Team and be responsible for supervising the business aspects of Mountaineers Books, including accounting/financial management, A/P and A/R, facilities and operations, fulfillment, credit and collection, inventory management and control, and personnel matters related to payroll and benefits.

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about The Mountaineers

The Mountaineers was formed in 1906 to explore the wild areas and peaks in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. With 13,000 members and branches from Olympia to Bellingham, The Mountaineers enjoys an outstanding reputation in its field and in the community. Our dedicated staff, members, and volunteers are deeply committed to successfully accomplishing our mission. Each year 1,600 volunteers deliver outdoor skill courses to 2,500 students and lead  2,000+ recreational trips and courses. In addition, we advocate for access and protection of recreational lands. Last year we helped protect 30,000 acres of public land in Washington State. The organization has also published 500 outdoor recreation and conservation advocacy books. Our mission is to enrich the lives of people by helping them explore, conserve, learn about, and enjoy the wild lands and waters of the Pacific Northwest and beyond. The Mountaineers program centers have staff of 40 employees and an annual operating budget of seven million dollars, including Mountaineers Books. Please visit the other pages on our website for in-depth information about our organization, activities, programs, and mission.

Mountaineers Books is the nation's leading independent publisher of outdoor recreation, sustainable lifestyle, and conservation books with more than 700 titles in print. The publishing division of The Mountaineers, Mountaineers Books has a professional publishing staff of 22 employees and is located in a combined office/warehouse on Harbor Island, near downtown Seattle, Washington.

The Mountaineers provides equal employment opportunities to all people regardless of race, age, sex, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion or any other basis protected by law. Please feel free to visit this page in the future for any openings that may occur.

Disclaimer: The above information for all open positions above has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within the particular classification. It is not designed to contain or to be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to the particular job.