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Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Marin Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Fremont Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Irvine area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Long Beach Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Mission Viejo area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Oakland/Berkeley Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00 - $15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling  
Location
US-CA-Palo Alto Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Pasadena Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Pomona Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00 - $15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling  
Location
US-CA-San Carlos Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00 - $15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling  
Location
US-CA-San Francisco Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-San Jose Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00 - $15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling  
Location
US-CA-San Mateo area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Walnut Creek Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Pleasanton Area
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Los Angeles: Eastside
Excited to flex your creative muscles by running your own educational program for kids? Great at managing details and building relationships? Extended Care Coordinators create a unique program within the larger camp day that expands the opportunity for fun at camp. The extended care program duration lasts over half the length of the rest of the camp day, so there is a huge opportunity for impact. Experienced program managers and visionaries wanted. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Program management and/or curriculum development experience a plus - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Coordinate and manage daily operations and programmatic components of Extended Care & lunch programs, creating a high energy, organized, professional and positive experience for campers, families and staff - Support Camp Director in managing all aspects of the Extended Care & lunch programs, including: staffing assignments and schedule; morning snack and lunch distribution; camper activities and programming; supply and material management; camper check-in and check-out; and ensuring exceptional weekly family survey results - Communicate with and support the Operations Coordinator to prepare and manage lunch, Extended Care capacity, camper paperwork and rosters, and other related administrative duties - Manage the Extended Care check-in and check-out processes, ensuring a high quality experience for families through communication of important information and solicitation of feedback - Work to improve Extended Care and lunch programs or accommodate specific campers, making changes as necessary - Innovate, and adapt curriculum; communicate regularly with and provide feedback to your Camp Director - Check in with Camp Director and other staff frequently to communicate staff, camper, and family needs - Contribute to and participate in daily camp ceremonies and all-camp activities as necessary - Set, work toward, and achieve measurable professional development goals WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Extended Care Coordinators. Extended Care Coordinators typically work 10am-6:30pm. Extended Care Coordinators typically do not work overtime. Extended Care Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Extended Care Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Los Angeles: South Bay
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Marin Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Fremont Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Irvine area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Long Beach Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Mission Viejo area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Oakland/Berkeley Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling  
Location
US-CA-Palo Alto Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Pasadena Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Pomona Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling  
Location
US-CA-San Carlos Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling  
Location
US-CA-San Francisco Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-San Jose Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling  
Location
US-CA-San Mateo area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Walnut Creek Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $12.00-14.00 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-IL-Arlington Heights Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $12.00-14.00 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-IL-Chicago Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $12.00-14.00 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-IL-Libertyville Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $12.00-14.00 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-IL-Naperville Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $12.00-14.00 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-IL-North Shore Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $12.00-14.00 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-IL-Oak Park Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Pleasanton Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Los Angeles: Westside
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Los Angeles: Eastside
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Los Angeles: South Bay
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Los Angeles: Valley
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Operations Coordinator is the operational heart of each Galileo camp site. This leadership role sets the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member, and role models the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work, and an emergence of anticipated and unanticipated needs. Perfect for detail-oriented administrative masters. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - College graduate or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting a plus - Current CPR and First Aid certification (by start of camp)   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Provide administrative and management support to the Camp Director through daily communication - Provide excellent customer service to camp families to ensure a professional, positive, and memorable experience - Prepare, manage, and maintain weekly camper paperwork and materials needed for camper check-in, check-out and extended care, including inputting and downloading data from online databases - With Camp Director, lead and manage Summer Interns ensuring efficient and enthusiastic support of camp operations and programming - Provide leadership, energy and camp spirit for campers and staff - Set, work toward and achieve measurable professional development goals - Support camper check-in and check-out processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Contribute to and participate in daily opening and closing ceremonies, all-camp activities, and snack and lunch supervision and programming WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: Each camp varies based on specific needs of the site. Operation Coordinators typically arrive by 7:30am, and work approximately 9-10 hours per day. Operations Coordinators work an average of 45 hours per week, so overtime is expected in every week. Operations Coordinators may work with the Camp Director on prep prior to training and setup days; this time may total up to 24 hours of prep time, no more than 8 hours in a day   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Operations Coordinators are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $14.00-15.50 per hour. Operations Coordinators also receive a bonus of $0.25 per camper week, paid in their final paycheck upon completion of full contract - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Carlsbad Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Program Assistant is the behind-the-scenes administrative and programmatic support of some of our largest Galileo camp sites. This role supports the Operations Coordinator in setting the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member. They role model the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work to make the camp office—and thus camp—run smoothly, and our Program Assistants help turn those wheels!  Perfect for those that love databases and camp songs alike. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - Some college, or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Support administrative and management tasks, as directed by Operations Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, or Camp Director - Support all aspects of camp, especially behind-the-scenes operations and programming - Provide excellent customer service to camp families via phone or in person, communicating with a positive, professional and fun attitude - Support production of weekly camper paperwork and database management - Support camper needs, including First Aid - Support Extended Care program, including staffing assignments and activity planning - Provide leadership, energy, and camp spirit for campers and staff - Support camp operations, such as check in and check out procedures, and T-shirt distribution processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Participate in all camp activities, supervise snack, lunch, and other camp programming - Delegate administrative projects to Summer Interns and help manage their work - Support management and organization of various camp documentation - Support management of supply requests, expense reports and budget documents WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Program Assistants. Program Assistants typically work 7:45am-4:45pm.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Program Assistants are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $11.25-15.00 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Marin Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Program Assistant is the behind-the-scenes administrative and programmatic support of some of our largest Galileo camp sites. This role supports the Operations Coordinator in setting the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member. They role model the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work to make the camp office—and thus camp—run smoothly, and our Program Assistants help turn those wheels!  Perfect for those that love databases and camp songs alike. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - Some college, or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Support administrative and management tasks, as directed by Operations Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, or Camp Director - Support all aspects of camp, especially behind-the-scenes operations and programming - Provide excellent customer service to camp families via phone or in person, communicating with a positive, professional and fun attitude - Support production of weekly camper paperwork and database management - Support camper needs, including First Aid - Support Extended Care program, including staffing assignments and activity planning - Provide leadership, energy, and camp spirit for campers and staff - Support camp operations, such as check in and check out procedures, and T-shirt distribution processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Participate in all camp activities, supervise snack, lunch, and other camp programming - Delegate administrative projects to Summer Interns and help manage their work - Support management and organization of various camp documentation - Support management of supply requests, expense reports and budget documents WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Program Assistants. Program Assistants typically work 7:45am-4:45pm.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Program Assistants are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $11.25-15.00 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Fremont Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Program Assistant is the behind-the-scenes administrative and programmatic support of some of our largest Galileo camp sites. This role supports the Operations Coordinator in setting the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member. They role model the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work to make the camp office—and thus camp—run smoothly, and our Program Assistants help turn those wheels!  Perfect for those that love databases and camp songs alike. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - Some college, or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Support administrative and management tasks, as directed by Operations Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, or Camp Director - Support all aspects of camp, especially behind-the-scenes operations and programming - Provide excellent customer service to camp families via phone or in person, communicating with a positive, professional and fun attitude - Support production of weekly camper paperwork and database management - Support camper needs, including First Aid - Support Extended Care program, including staffing assignments and activity planning - Provide leadership, energy, and camp spirit for campers and staff - Support camp operations, such as check in and check out procedures, and T-shirt distribution processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Participate in all camp activities, supervise snack, lunch, and other camp programming - Delegate administrative projects to Summer Interns and help manage their work - Support management and organization of various camp documentation - Support management of supply requests, expense reports and budget documents WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Program Assistants. Program Assistants typically work 7:45am-4:45pm.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Program Assistants are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $11.25-15.00 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Irvine area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Program Assistant is the behind-the-scenes administrative and programmatic support of some of our largest Galileo camp sites. This role supports the Operations Coordinator in setting the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member. They role model the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work to make the camp office—and thus camp—run smoothly, and our Program Assistants help turn those wheels!  Perfect for those that love databases and camp songs alike. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - Some college, or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Support administrative and management tasks, as directed by Operations Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, or Camp Director - Support all aspects of camp, especially behind-the-scenes operations and programming - Provide excellent customer service to camp families via phone or in person, communicating with a positive, professional and fun attitude - Support production of weekly camper paperwork and database management - Support camper needs, including First Aid - Support Extended Care program, including staffing assignments and activity planning - Provide leadership, energy, and camp spirit for campers and staff - Support camp operations, such as check in and check out procedures, and T-shirt distribution processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Participate in all camp activities, supervise snack, lunch, and other camp programming - Delegate administrative projects to Summer Interns and help manage their work - Support management and organization of various camp documentation - Support management of supply requests, expense reports and budget documents WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Program Assistants. Program Assistants typically work 7:45am-4:45pm.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Program Assistants are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $11.25-15.00 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Long Beach Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Program Assistant is the behind-the-scenes administrative and programmatic support of some of our largest Galileo camp sites. This role supports the Operations Coordinator in setting the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member. They role model the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work to make the camp office—and thus camp—run smoothly, and our Program Assistants help turn those wheels!  Perfect for those that love databases and camp songs alike. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - Some college, or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Support administrative and management tasks, as directed by Operations Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, or Camp Director - Support all aspects of camp, especially behind-the-scenes operations and programming - Provide excellent customer service to camp families via phone or in person, communicating with a positive, professional and fun attitude - Support production of weekly camper paperwork and database management - Support camper needs, including First Aid - Support Extended Care program, including staffing assignments and activity planning - Provide leadership, energy, and camp spirit for campers and staff - Support camp operations, such as check in and check out procedures, and T-shirt distribution processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Participate in all camp activities, supervise snack, lunch, and other camp programming - Delegate administrative projects to Summer Interns and help manage their work - Support management and organization of various camp documentation - Support management of supply requests, expense reports and budget documents WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Program Assistants. Program Assistants typically work 7:45am-4:45pm.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Program Assistants are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $11.25-15.00 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Mission Viejo area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Program Assistant is the behind-the-scenes administrative and programmatic support of some of our largest Galileo camp sites. This role supports the Operations Coordinator in setting the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member. They role model the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work to make the camp office—and thus camp—run smoothly, and our Program Assistants help turn those wheels!  Perfect for those that love databases and camp songs alike. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - Some college, or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Support administrative and management tasks, as directed by Operations Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, or Camp Director - Support all aspects of camp, especially behind-the-scenes operations and programming - Provide excellent customer service to camp families via phone or in person, communicating with a positive, professional and fun attitude - Support production of weekly camper paperwork and database management - Support camper needs, including First Aid - Support Extended Care program, including staffing assignments and activity planning - Provide leadership, energy, and camp spirit for campers and staff - Support camp operations, such as check in and check out procedures, and T-shirt distribution processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Participate in all camp activities, supervise snack, lunch, and other camp programming - Delegate administrative projects to Summer Interns and help manage their work - Support management and organization of various camp documentation - Support management of supply requests, expense reports and budget documents WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Program Assistants. Program Assistants typically work 7:45am-4:45pm.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Program Assistants are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $11.25-15.00 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Oakland/Berkeley Area
Love the details? Get deep satisfaction from a job well done? Love helping things run smoothly? Find delight in supporting the administrative needs of a team and providing excellent customer service? Obsessed with check lists and office organization? The Program Assistant is the behind-the-scenes administrative and programmatic support of some of our largest Galileo camp sites. This role supports the Operations Coordinator in setting the tone for service mentality and work ethic for every other camp staff member. They role model the flexibility required at camp—there is no job too big or too small. There is a lot of work to make the camp office—and thus camp—run smoothly, and our Program Assistants help turn those wheels!  Perfect for those that love databases and camp songs alike. Learn more about this role and working at Galileo in our jobs video gallery. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Galileo. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply. ABOUT GALILEO Galileo’s mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. We know it’s bold. We also know that we can’t achieve it without asking staff to be role models of an innovator’s mindset—visionary, courageous, collaborative, determined and reflective. It’s not always easy. Camp staffers work hard. Very hard. You can expect days in which there’s a ton to get done and not a ton of time to do it. But part of what makes our culture great is that no one is too proud to complete any task that needs doing. Our camp staffers bring camp magic to life—for campers, and for themselves.   This isn’t your average summer recreation gig. Galileans are expected to take ownership of their own performance and make this place better every day. People with a can-do attitude thrive here and those with a victim mentality don't. We manage to keep this level of performance expectation high in a relaxed environment; we take our work, but not ourselves, seriously.   Being a Galilean means jumping into action to bring camp magic to life. Depending on the day, that could mean donning a tutu for a skit, creating a gorgeous sign that highlights the Galileo Innovation Approach, or playing a board game with two campers to build connection. You’ve got to know what it means to be a vital part of a team. You’ve got to want to grow. You’ve got to like to have fun at work. You have to smile—a lot—and you have to like to laugh. After all, we run summer camps. You get the point.   SHARED VALUES AND EXPECTATIONS - Serve as an ambassador of Galileo, demonstrating our mission and values in a positive and professional manner and acting as a role model of the Galileo Innovator’s mindset - Commit to building a safe, child-focused community - Demonstrate professionalism and accountability - Take initiative to analyze and solve problems - Treat others with courtesy and respect - Respond to camper, family member and colleague needs - Strengthen our relationship with host site by upholding facility policies and embracing host site employees as partners - Maintain a high standard of ethics, integrity and confidentiality   REQUIREMENTS - Commitment to educational programming for children - Flexibility to meet changing work needs and demands - Ability to work collaboratively on a high-functioning team - Openness to feedback and desire to grow professionally - Ability to handle multiple tasks efficiently and accurately - Strong organization skills and attention to detail - Ability to communicate clearly, maturely and compassionately with families - Ability to maintain an excellent work ethic, a high level of energy and exceptional enthusiasm all day, every day, for the duration of the summer   EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION - Some college, or equivalent experience - Administrative experience - Demonstrated leadership experience - Experience working with kids or in a camp setting   ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES - Support administrative and management tasks, as directed by Operations Coordinator, Assistant Camp Director, or Camp Director - Support all aspects of camp, especially behind-the-scenes operations and programming - Provide excellent customer service to camp families via phone or in person, communicating with a positive, professional and fun attitude - Support production of weekly camper paperwork and database management - Support camper needs, including First Aid - Support Extended Care program, including staffing assignments and activity planning - Provide leadership, energy, and camp spirit for campers and staff - Support camp operations, such as check in and check out procedures, and T-shirt distribution processes - Provide support in classrooms as needed - Participate in all camp activities, supervise snack, lunch, and other camp programming - Delegate administrative projects to Summer Interns and help manage their work - Support management and organization of various camp documentation - Support management of supply requests, expense reports and budget documents WORK HOURS AND DATES The camp environment is demanding, requiring intense dedication and work ethic from each staff member. Depending on the time of summer or the specific week or day, the needs of camp and resulting staff hours may vary. We seek and make offers to staff who we believe are capable of thriving in this environment and contributing to camp’s success.   General Camp Staff Hours Information: - Staff may work anytime between 7:30am and 6pm, Monday through Friday. Number of hours and start/finish time will vary by site, position and day - Staff meetings: During regular work hours before or after the start of programming - Before setup days begin, complete between 2-12 hours of online training - Training and setup days: Participate in two mandatory training and setup days in the days before camp starts - Camp cleanup: Participate in cleaning and packing up camp for an additional 5-10 hours, typically an extra 1-2 hours at the end of each day during the final week of camp. On the last day of camp all staff stay on site until cleanup is complete, which will be 6pm at the earliest   Position-Specific Hours Information: The camp day runs, on average, 8 hours for Program Assistants. Program Assistants typically work 7:45am-4:45pm.   COMPENSATION We are committed to competitively compensating staff. Regarding compensation: - Program Assistants are compensated at a regular hourly rate of $13.50-15.00 per hour - Staff will be compensated at a different hourly rate (training rate) for 2-10 hours of online training to be completed before camp, and for 2 days on-site setup/training. - Summer staff positions are temporary, seasonal positions and do not include health benefits or paid vacation time - Overtime will be paid at 1.5x the regular hourly rate in accordance with state and federal requirements - Payroll is processed weekly; payments will be issued and paystubs made available the Friday after each camp week   SUPERVISION GIVEN/RECEIVED General supervision, ongoing observation and evaluation is provided by Camp Director.     PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform the essential functions. - Some lifting and carrying up to 60 lbs. - Typing, writing, reading - Seeing, hearing and speaking, both nearby and at a distance - Use hands and fingers to help with classroom supplies and operate equipment - Frequent sitting - Standing, walking, kneeling
Location
US-CA-Palo Alto Area

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