Camp CAMREC

For more information, please contact:

18899 Little Chumstick Creek Rd.

Leavenworth, WA 98826

(509) 548-7245
info@camrec.org

Want to get involved? We rely on your help to keep our program strong!  Please consider volunteering your time and skills or donating funds to cover the expenses of our programs and operations. Thank you for your support!

Staff & Volunteer Opportunities

connecting our communities, creation, and our Creator.

Summer Camp Involvement

Summer Staff:

Camrec is seeking summer staff with a desire to enrich the lives of youth through recreation, fellowship, and worship in an outdoor setting. We offer youth programs covering grades 1 through 11 over approximately four weeks of summer camp. Use the buttons below to explore job descriptions and to download staff applications.

If interested in serving on Camrec’s summer staff, please complete an application and e-mail it to director@camrec.orgApplication deadline is April 15. Positions will be filled soon after qualified applicants are found.

If interested in serving on Camrec’s summer staff, please complete an application and e-mail it to director@camrec.orgApplication deadline is April 15. Positions will be filled soon after qualified applicants are found.

Summer Volunteers:

Here is a list of different ways to get involved and a brief description of the roles:

Lifeguard: present at all water activities to help create a safe experience (lake front, river tubing, etc.), must be certified through a nationally recognized program

Nurse: present throughout the camp duration to administer medications, provide first aid care, etc., must at least be an RN

Bible teachers: lead Bible discussions, share stories, lead skits, etc. during daily Camp Fire and bible sessions

Crafts leader: lead multiple craft sessions (can be creative with different ideas related to camp theme)

Nature leader: lead multiple nature sessions

Music leader: lead music at Morning Watch and Camp Fire every day

Kitchen leader or helper: help to prepare all meals throughout the camp duration

If you are interested in volunteering this summer or would like to talk about it, please contact us using the information at the bottom of the page!

Year-round Opportunities

 

Job Openings:

Employment openings are posted here as they are available. 

Facilities Manager Job Announcement

Washington Mennonite Fellowship (WMF) seeks a year-round Facilities Manager for Camp Camrec. Located in the heart of the Cascade Mountains, Camrec is just twelve miles from Leavenworth, Washington. The Facilities Manager is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance and physical operations of the camp. This includes management of camp facilities, grounds and forest resources at Camrec. In addition, this includes coordinating with the Executive and Program Directors in regards to camp activities and groups.  Applicant must have strong maintenance experience and skills, along with the ability to work collaboratively.

 

Qualifications include: personally committed to Christ and can support a Mennonite/Anabaptist perspective; resonant with the mission of Camp Camrec; ability to relate to a wide variety of ages and people; good communication skills; an energetic motivator and self-starter; commitment to practical and sustainable practices; maintenance experience with plumbing, electrical, structures, fixtures, mechanical systems, carpentry, grounds keeping, operating machinery, and snow removal.   

 

FTE negotiable. Ideally seeking .75 to 1.0 FTE.

Starting salary:  $19,125 per year (.75 FTE).

Benefits: on-site housing (includes utilities, garbage, phone, internet, appliances)

 

Contact David and Saralyn Jantzi at director@camrec.org or 509-548-7245.

Deadline: August 31, 2018.

Job Description

Volunteer Needs:

We need graphic designers, photogaphers, and writers to publicize our events. We need folks with tech support, business, legal, building, equipment, and environmental knowledge. We need musicians, artists, and storytellers. We need folks to sit on committees, plan programs, lead retreats, and recruit volunteers…


Just tell us your skills & interests and we’ll find the job that’s right for you!

Also, make sure to contact us about our connection with the SOOP program! A partnership with Mennonite Mission Network to place volunteers anywhere from a week up to multiple months. 

 

 

-Contact information is at the bottom of the page.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOOP volunteers Bob and Twila Mast