Maintenance Director

This role is flexible to meet the needs of the individual. It can include a combination of housing in a beautiful 2 bedroom chalet in sight of White's Pond (ideal for a family!), or salaried work. Most of the work is flexible in timing (eg. lawn mowing, maintenance etc.) so this is a great role for someone with other time-bound obligations.

JOB DUTIES

20-30 Hours Per Week “In-season”  less hours “Out of Season”.  This position can be structured as a seasonal job or annual and may be tailored according to the skills, gifts and abilities of a selected candidate.

  • Responsible for  Buildings and equipment maintenance and upkeep.

  • Opening of camp for summer - (May involve Coordinating volunteers and helping during an “opening weekend(s)”)

  • Winterizing camp for winter - (May involve Coordinating volunteers and helping during a “closing weekend(s)” Grounds maintenance including grass cutting and trails maintenance

  • Welcoming guests, visitors and camp rentals as they arrive.

  • Collecting paperwork from groups and renters and sending to the board as required

  • Collecting and forwarding mail and phone messages as required

  • Communicating needs of camp and procuring materials / service at the best prices with Board

  • Perform water testing as required by the State of NH

  • Ensure American Camp Association guidelines are met as coordinated with the board of directors

  • Arranging or providing services as needed such as Pest Control, Snow plowing, etc.

  • Model Servant Leadership.  Practice hospitality.  Demonstrate Actions of love for campers and each other.  Be a fine example to all people at all times. 

 

Off Season duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Daily walk-through of all winterized buildings - primarily, Farm House, Barn, and Christopher’s Haven during winter.

  • Inspection of all camp buildings and roads twice per month minimum.

  • Cleaning and preparing camp for visitors

  • Handle maintenance / cleaning needs as presented.  

  • Communicating needs of camp to Board when they cannot be handled within the agreed upon hourly work in exchange for housing per week. 

  • Ground maintenance including grass cutting, plowing, etc.

 

Skills and qualifications

The ideal candidates will possess:

  • Organizational skills

  • Mechanical, electrical, and plumbing knowledge

  • Hospitable

  • General construction skills

The position features flexible hours, living or working at Camp Wilmot’s beautiful 208 acre grounds, and the opportunity to create a welcoming facility for campers and counselors from local churches and schools, adjacent states and around the world.

 

APPLICATIONS:
Please send questions, resumes and/or a letter outlining your skills and interest to jay.straughan@gmail.com