Summer Resident Camp positions open!!! (Boscobel, WI)

Kellogg PEAK Initiative

40526 Hoover Hollow Rd
compensation: $21.00 per hour- This position is considered annual part-time, and is eligible to accrue PTO and retirement benefits.
employment type: part-time
job title: Facilities and Grounds Coordinator
Facilities and Grounds Coordinator

ORGANIZATIONAL MISSION: Our mission is to bring out the limitless potential in young leaders through extraordinary experiences and nurturing relationships.

POSITION SUMMARY: The Facilities and Grounds Coordinator works with the Facilities and Grounds Team to ensure that Lake Valley Camp’s facilities, grounds and equipment are representative of the quality of programs we offer and level of care that we have for the young people we serve and team members we employ.


Assist the Facilities and Grounds Manager/Team in maintenance and repair of the camp’s buildings, grounds, vehicles, equipment, and other facilities consistent with the mission and follow the policies and procedures of Lake Valley Camp.
Follow LVC’s maintenance management system for regular, preventative maintenance and upkeep of camp buildings, grounds, vehicles, and facilities, including routine duties such as mowing, groundskeeping, painting, cleaning filters, making repairs, etc., as designated by Facilities and Grounds Manager.
Assist with use and care of all maintenance equipment, tools and supplies owned by Lake Valley Camp.
Assists in camp improvement projects as directed by the Facilities and Grounds Manager.
Become familiar with LVC routine maintenance and vendor contracts on equipment and services including trash removal, recycling, sewer, septic, water, etc. under the guidance of the Facilities and Grounds Manager.
Perform construction projects that support effective administration and delivery of Lake Valley Camp programs.
Perform occasional janitorial duties, including actions such as cleaning rest rooms, shower areas, dining facilities, and taking out trash.
Respond to emergencies on physical site when Facilities and Grounds Manager is unavailable, or assist Manager with emergencies.
Assist with initial open-up/cleaning and end-of-season shut down and inventory; store all LVC equipment for safety.
Assist with checking the physical site and equipment for safety, cleanliness, and good repair.
Work with other facilities staff engaged in the maintenance and improvement of the camp’s buildings, equipment, and other facilities.
When the Facilities and Grounds Manager is unavailable, or as assigned, the Coordinator may be asked to oversee Facilities projects and/or routine maintenance and may assign and/or delegate tasks to other members of the team during that time.
As needed, assist or advise camp staff in the use of camp equipment including maintenance and program equipment as appropriate.
Perform all duties in accordance with prescribed regulatory compliance guidelines, including local, state, and federal guidelines as well as American Camp Association accreditation standards.
Any other duty assigned by your direct supervisor or Camp Director/Assistant Directors.


The position requires working knowledge in areas of painting, carpentry, electrical wiring and controls, plumbing, water and sewage treatment, septic, groundskeeping, vehicle and machinery operation, including maintenance.
Proficiency in the safe and proper use of power equipment and tools, heavy and light machinery including a tractor, and building materials.
Ability to understand and implement safety regulations and procedures.
­Ability to communicate procedures and regulations to staff and visitors as needed.
Ability, both visual and auditory, to identify and respond to safety and environmental hazards and inform campers, staff, and guests.
­Ability to safely drive cars, light trucks, tractors, and other motorized vehicles.
Demonstrate a strong work ethic; self-motivated and able to take initiative.
Basic computer literacy including email and time sheet management. Working knowledge of Google Drive is a plus, but not required.
At PEAK we believe: every living being has inherent value, the community is better when everyone contributes, we can only grow when we are honest about our mistakes, and everyone has the power to change their world.


Valid WI driver’s license is required.
Previous experience in a related field: handy-work, custodial, facility and site management or supervision, maintenance, lawn maintenance, construction, and/or land-management is required.
Must be at least 18 and/or have a high school diploma or GED to apply.
Current First Aid/CPR/AED certification required before summer season begins.


This position is compensated at a rate of $21.00 per hour, pre-tax.
Employees are paid on a bi-weekly basis.
This position is considered annual part-time, and are eligible to accrue PTO and retirement benefits.
Meals are provided when you are working during camp sessions and meals are being provided to participants.


The Facilities and Grounds Coordinator works directly with and reports to the Facilities and Grounds Manager, with direction from the Camp Director.
The Facilities and Grounds Coordinator may work alongside and/or provide guidance to the Facilities Assistant and the Groundskeeper, with direction from the Facilities and Grounds Manager.


Summer camp jobs are seasonal and hours are irregular, including the possibility of some nights and weekends. Employees must have the ability to maintain a positive attitude under adverse conditions (i.e. hot weather, rainy weather, long days, etc.). Ability to remain calm in stressful and/or crisis situations is critical.
This position works during daytime hours, Monday through Friday, typically from early March through November at Lake Valley Camp in Boscobel, Wisconsin. Assigned work on nights and weekend days is occasionally required, primarily in the summer. This will include weekend days while the Manager is offsite on weekends during camp sessions.
Physical strength to lift equipment and supplies without assistance (up to 50 pounds).
­Physical mobility and endurance to perform tasks while standing, stooping, sitting, and walking long distances in hilly terrain for long periods of time in different ranges of temperatures (60 minutes or more).
­Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid. Must be able to assist participants and staff in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury).


The above job description is not intended as, nor should it be construed as, exhaustive of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or working conditions associated with this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made in appropriate circumstances to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this job.

PEAK Initiative is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.
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