Hidden Paradise is Idaho’s first medically accessible and adaptable camp property. Hidden Paradise is a welcoming space designed specifically for guests with medical needs to securely connect with nature and each other.
Hidden Paradise is owned by and home to Camp Rainbow Gold, an independent nonprofit serving Idaho children diagnosed with cancer and their families. Hidden Paradise also welcomes other nonprofit organizations, programs, and retreats serving those with medical, physical, emotional, or mental health challenges.
The Operations Director (OD) of Hidden Paradise (HP) reports to the CEO/Executive Director of Camp Rainbow Gold and is responsible for upholding the mission and vision of Hidden Paradise and presenting our Camp values to all who attend Hidden Paradise and support the facility. They will work collaboratively with the Camp Rainbow Gold staff and the Hidden Paradise Capital Campaign Committee to grow, enhance, organize, and market Hidden Paradise.
The OD is responsible for the overall stewardship and vitality of the facility and programming, as well as all aspects of camp business and operations including but not limited to hiring and training staff, leasing, American Camp Association accreditation, maintenance, and care of the facility.
• Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation Management or related field
• Excellent communication skills (written and spoken)
• 2 years of administrative/management experience in a youth camp setting, and familiarity with the health and safety standards of the American Camp Association
• Valid Driver’s License
• Current certification in basic first aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
• Completion of a successful national criminal background check
While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands or fingers, and handle or feel objects, tools, or controls. The employee is occasionally required to stand, walk, sit, and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus.
About Hidden Paradise Camp/Camp Rainbow Gold
Camp Rainbow Gold is an independent nonprofit providing emotionally empowering experiences to families who have experienced a pediatric cancer diagnosis. Camp Rainbow Gold offers oncology camps, sibling camps, and family retreats, college scholarships, and a teen support group. Its programs are sustained by community fundraising, private donations, and volunteer efforts. Camp Rainbow Gold provides services to more than 400 Idaho family members, is supported by more than 300 volunteers from across the nation, and has been accredited through the American Camp Association since 2002.
Hidden Paradise is a welcoming space designed specifically for guests with medical needs to securely connect with nature and each other. With proper, medically-designed, accessible, and adaptable facilities, Hidden Paradise not only creates a permanent home for Camp Rainbow Gold, but opens the door as a space for other like-minded organizations in the region serving Idaho’s children, families, and veterans.