We are seeking a Logistics / Program Coordinator who is interested in supporting camp staff, working with children and youth, and spending the summer outdoors at Drumlin Farm Camp in Lincoln, MA.
Join a positive, welcoming community of people who enjoy learning and working together in a beautiful place, and sharing their love of nature and farming with children.
Monday– Friday, 8 am– 4pm
Training (paid): June 1–18 Camp: June 21–Sept 3 (end date is flexible)
Along with the Director, Assistant Director and camp administrative team:
– Maintain inventory of supplies and positive relationships with suppliers. Research new products and propose new ideas to directors based on camp needs and budget
– Prepare, clean, and resupply camp group sites before, during, and after camp
– Manage cleaning and sanitizing routines and supplies to promote camper, staff, and family health and safety
– Communicate in a positive, helpful way with camp staff and full-time sanctuary staff to complete tasks and fulfill supply needs
Pay and Benefits:
$14-16/hour depending on experience
Mass Audubon Membership & reciprocity for free entrance to local museums, historical societies, etc.
CPR/First Aid course at minimum cost, if needed
Applicants must be at least 18 years old and be comfortable working around children/youth
Demonstrated ability to promote and respect diversity
Must be organized, have good communication skills, able to work independently and as part of a team, be flexible
Must have ability to move around large camp property over uneven terrain
Able to use computer (Google/MS suite, email and internet) and phone
CPR/First Aid certifications (we will offer a class)
Must pass CORI/SORI background check
About Mass Audubon's Drumlin Farm Camp
At Drumlin Farm Camps, campers ages 4–17 develop an appreciation for nature. Campers gain confidence and comfort in the natural world and understand the interconnectedness among people, land, and wildlife.
Our programs encourage campers to explore local habitats while connecting them to the joys and wonders of the natural landscape. Campers engage through crafts, games, songs, cooking, and hands-on activities specific to the site. Each of our locations offers unique educational opportunities stemming from their differing landscapes.