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The Boys Club of New York Camp Superintendent in New York, New York

Position: Summer Camp Superintendent Location: March-August based on-site in Harriman State ParkSchedule: 20-40 hrs./week March 1 August 30Salary: Monthly contractFLSA Status: Part-Time, ContractFounded in 1876, The Boys Club of New York (BCNY) is a youth development organization with the mission to empower boys and young men, ages 7 to 21, by providing effective programs and a supportive community. BCNY provides evidence-based programs to address the evolving social, emotional, health, creative, educational, and vocational needs of our members in meaningful, lasting ways. BCNY develops programs to cultivate positive qualities in members and strives to continually deepen and broaden our impact.Job Summary Reporting to the Summer Camp Director, the Summer Camp Superintendent proactively and cooperatively plans the utilization of space and facilities at BCNYs summer camp in Harriman State Park. Additionally, the Camp Superintendent coordinates and supervises the planning, engineering, construction, and maintenance of all BCNY camp buildings and grounds as well as ensures standard operating procedures and provides a safe, clean, and well-maintained environment. The Camp Superintendent assumes responsibility for the day-to-day operations of the physical plant to ensure members, campers, staff, and visitors are provided with safe, clean, and professional facilities and grounds. Key Responsibilities Inspect all BCNY facilities, equipment, and grounds to determine needs and extent of required maintenance services and personnel Develop and monitor the execution of a preventive maintenance schedule for all camp facilities Work closely with the Summer Camp Director to manage a universal maintenance plan that includes operations of building structures, septic system, water supply, roof inspections, lake and lakefront, exterior surfaces, kitchen facilities, electrical panels, grounds, and related permitting and licensing Review and promote security and property protection plans (theft, vandalism, and fire) Supervise the camp maintenance workers, assign duties such as building maintenance, janitorial, and repairs or renovations Review maintenance projects progress with Camp Director to ensure they do not exceed budgetary limits Compile records of labor and material cost for operating buildings and maintaining grounds; issue periodic reports to the Summer Camp Director Plan, budget and schedule maintenance and repair projects, including cost estimates, bid sheets, and layouts for projects and inspect construction and installation progress on a regular basis to ensure conformity to established specifications and according to standard operating procedures Attend and participate in meetings and training activities/sessions as requested In collaboration with the Summer Camp Director, recruit, train, and supervise all maintenance support staff Complete performance evaluations for all maintenance staff prior to the end of the camp season Manage emergent facilities and maintenance issues and inform Summer Camp Director Education and/or Experience Bachelors degree in engineering, property management or related experience Minimum five years experience in facilities management and three years experience in a campground including implementation of plans, project execution, fiscal management, and team leadership Advanced knowledge of safety, security, and other regulatory issues as they relate to facilities management Experience successfully supervising staff Experience working with boys and young men in a camp/wilderness setting preferred First Aid and CPR certification desirable ACA/DOH training and certification strongly preferred