CBC Staff Positions

Staff positions at Cooperstown Bible Camp fall into three different, but equally vital categories:

- Counseling

- Program

- Support

While each position varies in its responsibilities, all CBC staff work together to keep our campers safe, develop unique and unforgettable life-shaping experiences, and provide opportunities for campers to engage with the Gospel message of Jesus Christ and grow in their faith. Our Summer Staff serve in an extraordinary spiritual community with passionate followers of Jesus who live out the Word of God daily while experiencing amazing Christian fellowship regardless of position. 

Counseling Staff Positions

Cabin Counselors work directly with one cabin of 6-10 campers each week. They set the spiritual climate and direction of the cabin for the week by leading Bible Studies, facilitating team-building initiatives, and modeling the love of Christ by caring for the needs of their campers. Counseling is the most physically and emotionally demanding position on our summer staff team, but offers some of the more rewarding opportunities. Counselors receive training in first aid, CPR, low ropes facilitation, and evangelism during staff training. Counselors should be at least one year out of high school. (Though some exceptions may apply.)

Program Staff Positions

Adventure & Recreation Program - Staff will work with the Program Director and Executive Director to develop, enhance, and oversee the execution of our summer programs. These individuals should be creative, organized, dedicated to our team and mission, and comfortable in front of large groups. They are trained to supervise our high ropes challenge courses, manage program equipment, prepare Wide Area Games, and run and maintain our paintball program. Must be at least 18 years old. (Though some exceptions may apply.)

Media & Video Tech - Staff will work in conjunction with the Executive Director and Program Director to produce high quality videos, photographs, and promotional materials in a timely and professional manner. Individuals must have a good working knowledge of PC/Mac, video and photo editing software, sound equipment, and presentation software. Must be at least 16 years old. 

Music & Chapel Coordinator - Staff are responsible for musical leadership in all areas of programming. This includes audio and video presentations for chapel on programs like PowerPoint and Media Shout, leading our praise and worhsip team, organizing materials for chapel, assisting the Program and Executive Directors in leading chapel sessions, and general upkeep of the chapel area.

Support Staff Positions

Store - Positions are responsible for the appearance and operation of our camp store while creating a fun and inviting environment for campers and staff. Duties include sales, accurate bookkeeping, cleaning, stocking, inventory, assisting other program areas, and encouraging other staff members. Must be at least 16 years old. (Though some exceptions may apply.)

Grounds & Maintenance - Positions work directly with the Maintenance Director to keep Cooperstown Bible Camp looking great by maintaining buildings, grounds, and machinery while assisting with Program Director and Housekeeping Manager as needed. Must be at least 16 years old. (Though some exceptions may apply.)

Housekeeping - Works directly with the Maintenance Director to clean facilities, stock housekeeping supplies, wash and dry laundry, and carryout other cleaning projects to help beautify Cooperstown Bible Camp. These individuals need the desire to serve CBC campers and guests graciously while giving astute detail to the behind-the-scenes jobs that enable guests and campers to have terrific experiences at CBC. Individuals must be at least 16 years old. (Though some exceptions may apply.)

Office Assistants - Work closely with our  office Manager to register campers, answer telephones, process payments, assist the camp store, develop print materials, and assist the Media & Video Tech. Individuals must have PC/Mac computer skills, be orderly and progessional, maintain a tidy work area, and demonstrate courtesy and humility in serving our guests, campers, and parents.

Nursing Intern - Assists camp in creating a safe environment, treating minor injuries, overseeing the collection and destribution of medications, keeping accurate treatment logs, and completing orderly incident reports. Individual must be at least 19 years old and have two years of nursing education. 

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