Shooting Instructor; South Carolina

Agency
Camp Woodie/South Carolina Waterfowl Association
Location
8444 Old River Road Pinewood, SC 29125
Job Category
Temporary/Seasonal Positions
Salary
$275.00/week including room & board
Start Date
05/23/2021
Last Date to Apply
05/01/2021
Website
https://wildlifeedcenter.org/camp-woodie/
Description
Shooting Specialists at Camp Woodie oversee a variety of shooting sport activities and are the secondary caregivers for our campers. They are responsible for planning, teaching, coordinating, and carrying out our shooting sport activities, as well as guiding campers in their personal and spiritual growth and daily living skills. Major Responsibilities:  Assume full responsibility, especially safety, for all assigned shooting activities.  Maintain high standards of safety and health in all activities for campers.  Daily maintenance and cleaning of all shooting equipment including firearms, ranges and throwers.  Training campers in shooting sports skills through the coach and pupil method, according to the rules and procedures adopted by 4-H.  Serving as the Range Officer for all rifle and shotgun firing.  Assist with facilitation and scoring of the Top-Gun competition.  Ensuring that the Counselors-In-Leadership-Training assigned to the Shooting Sports area receive meaningful and relevant experiences.  Ensuring an adequate supply of all materials necessary for the execution of the Shooting Sports program and reporting to the Assistant Directors any inadequacies in the inventories.  Be a positive role model to campers and staff in all aspects of their work – set a good example to campers and other staff in regards to general camp procedures and practices including: safety, sportspersonship, schedule, and sanitation.  Participate as a member of the camp staff team to deliver and supervise evening programs, special events, overnights, and other all-camp activities and camp functions.  Provide outstanding and consistent customer service to all camp guests.  Attend staff meetings and trainings.  Responsible for strict adherence to policies and procedures related to safety and other regulations.  All other duties as assigned by the Camp Leadership Team. Shooting Specialists at Camp Woodie oversee a variety of shooting sport activities and are the secondary caregivers for our campers. They are responsible for planning, teaching, coordinating, and carrying out our shooting sport activities, as well as guiding campers in their personal and spiritual growth and daily living skills. Major Responsibilities:  Assume full responsibility, especially safety, for all assigned shooting activities.  Maintain high standards of safety and health in all activities for campers.  Daily maintenance and cleaning of all shooting equipment including firearms, ranges and throwers.  Training campers in shooting sports skills through the coach and pupil method, according to the rules and procedures adopted by 4-H.  Serving as the Range Officer for all rifle and shotgun firing.  Assist with facilitation and scoring of the Top-Gun competition.  Ensuring that the Counselors-In-Leadership-Training assigned to the Shooting Sports area receive meaningful and relevant experiences.  Ensuring an adequate supply of all materials necessary for the execution of the Shooting Sports program and reporting to the Assistant Directors any inadequacies in the inventories.  Be a positive role model to campers and staff in all aspects of their work – set a good example to campers and other staff in regards to general camp procedures and practices including: safety, sportspersonship, schedule, and sanitation.  Participate as a member of the camp staff team to deliver and supervise evening programs, special events, overnights, and other all-camp activities and camp functions.  Provide outstanding and consistent customer service to all camp guests.  Attend staff meetings and trainings.  Responsible for strict adherence to policies and procedures related to safety and other regulations.  All other duties as assigned by the Camp Leadership Team.
Qualifications
Qualifications:  Must be 21 years old with high school diploma or equivalent.  Must become certified in First Aid/CPR before the summer session begins (may be provided).  Requires successful completion of Shooting Instructor Training with a passing score in both the written and practical exams.  Successful participation in & completion of staff trainings prior to beginning camp.  Able to observe camper behaviors and assess its appropriateness and apply appropriate management techniques, as well as enforce appropriate safety and emergency procedures to the situation.  Must be able to assist campers in the event of an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury).  Proven ability to deal effectively with people at all levels of responsibility; strong interpersonal skills; possess high degree of integrity.  Ability to take initiative, be flexible, use sound judgment, and work harmoniously with others.  Ability to lead, plan, organize, and implement program activities.  Proven skills in communication, organization, and human relations.  Willingness to work with diverse populations.  Capability to recognize emergency situations and apply appropriate safety and emergency procedures.  Exemplify the values of “Caring, Honesty, Respect, Responsibility & Faith”.
Contact Person
Steve Maynard
Contact Phone
803-460-8525
Contact eMail
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