Camp Eagle is looking for enthusiastic, fun-loving types who love God, love kids and want to see lives changed to become closer to the image of Christ. Candidates should be at least one year out of high school and be ready to provide solid Christian leadership with a servant’s heart.
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Must be at least 18 by May
Counselor: at least one year out of high school
We are looking for counselors for three different programs: Group Camp, Adventure for the City, and SUmmer . In the interview process, you can let your interviewer know which program you are most passionate/excited about serving in.
Group Camp Counselor
On the Group Camp campus, each week, co-ed partners lead 20-25 junior high and high school students through purposeful and pre-planned experiences using incredible adventure activities at Camp Eagle while displaying to students the love of Christ. Guide campers all hours of the day, building relationships and leading activities that will provide opportunities for scripture to come to life. Sleep in nearby dorms with other counselors unless the group requires counselor sponsors.
Summer Camp/Teen Camp Counselor
At the Summer Camp campus, 1st through 10th grade campers come for one or two weeks of adventure camp. Staff will be partnered with same gender partners as they stay in the cabins with campers and lead them in adventure activities, many unique to Summer Camp such as Mountain Biking, shooting sports and more.
Adventure for the City Counselor
These counselors will be working with younger students (1st-6th grade) from morning to mid-afternoon. They will take care of them, lead them through Bible studies, adventure pieces, and group development. These counselors will work both at Glorieta and also with our travel camp, Adventure for the City. When traveling, they will stay at host homes provided by the church we are partnering with. When on-site, staff will sleep in nearby dorms with other counselors. Counselors should plan on helping out with the behind-the-scenes workload. This means driving vans, washing dishes, cleaning rooms, leading/setting up activities, potentially leading worship, and anything else that may be required to help Day Camp run efficiently and successfully. Must like travel and adventure!
Wilderness: at least one year out of high school
Similar to a counselor position, but instead of sleeping at Main Camp in the dorms or cabins, Wilderness Guides will be bunk at Wilderness Base Camp log cabins or sleep under the stars at various campgrounds in the Camp Eagle backcountry. Plan and execute trips for groups of 5-15 into 2,400 acres of Texas hill country.
Assist camp-wide health needs for all guests and campers. Necessary characteristics include organized, detailed, assertive, and self-motivator. Confident in medical skills and ability to stay calm and in control in all situations. Nurses should be ministry and servant minded.
A geographically diverse position with the main responsibility to set up, tear down, and belay activities such as real Rock Climbing, Rappelling (75 foot Small Rappel and 180 foot Big Rappel), Cliff Edge Power Pole, Backcountry Tyrolean Traverse, Team Traverse across the river, 850ft. Dual Zip Line, Sherpa Trek, etc. Enjoy the flexibility of working with various activities while ministering to students during peak learning opportunities.
Videographers and photographers with editing skills are needed for this position to capture daily adventures of campers on film and create highlight films each evening.
Retail Clerks are responsible for coordinating the operation of the Coffee Shop and Camp Store. Camp Eagle's retail operations contribute to the overall camp community and heavily to camp revenue. Duties include selling and ordering product, inventory control, cash handling, supervision of staff assigned to retail and other duties as assigned by the Registrar.
The cook is responsible for making sure every meal is served hot and on time. Must have a love for kitchen ministry and eager to take initiative. Manage the entire kitchen throughout the summer including many on-location theme meals.
Manages programs and evening worship experiences, making sure each event is executed with excellence. Organize and lead counselors throughout the summer when they are designated as program staff.
Multi-talented people with vocal, guitar (acoustic, electric, bass), percussion (full set and hand-drums) experience. Partake in prayerful planning of sets appropriate for staff, campers and youth pastors from all denominations. Lead in singing in a pavilion setting and on-location throughout camp. Locations include: Amphitheater, the Waterfalls, the Lumberjack, the Cross, the Altar, the Windmill, the Luau Site, and campsites. Each set will have a unique flare—upbeat and loud, intimate and soft.
Work behind the scenes with the Finance Manager to assist camp in being good stewards of God's resources. This position doubles as a valuable internship for anyone with a business major, but especially those majoring in Accounting. Must enjoy taking initiative and working in the office a majority of the time. Some experience in business is preferred, but not required.
Building & Grounds Crew
Applicants should be able to work well both alone and with others. Expect long days. Have fun and enjoy a sense of accomplishment while doing hard work. Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
- • Basic housekeeping, and facility upkeep
- • Landscaping and grounds maintenance
- • Special projects as they arise
at least one year out of high school
Retreat Guides will be placed in roles that are up front with guests. They will be the face, hands, and feet of Camp Eagle and God’s purpose here. This unique position will allow Retreat Guides to work together as a team and with the other Retreats Season staff (Directors and Retreat Coordinators) to fill a vital role at Camp Eagle by serving groups to fulfill Camp Eagle’s mission. The team of Retreat Guides will work with most of the groups that come to Camp Eagle through the non-summer months. They will do whatever is necessary to serve and get to know guests well, as instructed by program directors. Groups are comprised of mostly youth from churches and schools.
Full Time Positions
Guest Services Team Member
A Guest Services Team Member will serve all guests through the cooking and cleaning of all meals, the preparing and closing down of all guest rooms, being on call 24 hours a day while guests are on property, and keeping all of Camp clean, organized, and presentable at all times. He/she will assist in or take chief responsibility for the oversight and management of any and all staff or Walkabout students that are assigned to be in the kitchen, retail locations, or on cleaning. He/she will aid in inventory of all linens and cleaning supplies, writing logistics sheets, updating systems in kitchen and cleaning areas, inventory and ordering or retail items, communications and price comparisons with vendors, leading devotionals, coaching and developing summer staff and Walkabout students on a daily basis, and handling of money during Adventure Events and for retail locations.
Food Service Manager
A Food Service Manager will take chief responsibility for menu planning, inventory of all food and kitchen supplies for the 15,000+ yearly guests of all six programs (River’s Edge Group Camp, Headwaters Individual Camp, Eagle Quest Wilderness Program, Walkabout Discipleship Program, Retreats, and Journey for Schools), ordering of all food for all six programs, teaching Walkabout food classes, updating systems in all kitchen areas, managing ChefTec computer software program development, communication and price comparison with vendors, oversight of meal prep and clean, and managing the full-time Guest Services staff when they work in the kitchen, summer staff that work in the kitchen, and Walkabout students that work in the kitchen.
Food Service Team Member
Assist with meal prep and clean for the 15,000+ yearly guests of all six programs (River’s Edge Group Camp, Headwaters Individual Camp, Eagle Quest Wilderness Program, Walkabout Discipleship Program, Retreats, and Journey for Schools), working alongside and managing all FT staff that may work in the kitchen, summer kitchen staff, and Walkabout that are working in the kitchen. Overseeing and participating in cleaning projects and managerial tasks necessary for food service upkeep (changing fryer shortening, cleaning grease traps, taking inventory, etc.).
Responsible for cleanliness, readiness and effectiveness of food service locations and operations as determined by the Food Service Director. Responsible for documenting various aspects of food service (i.e. waste) in order to make the department more efficient.