Help Shape Tomorrow’s Leaders Today

We invite you to join the Valley Forge Military Academy & College community by applying for one of the open employment opportunities for the Academy, the College, and Summer Camp listed on this page.

Employment Opportunities

The Valley Forge Military Academy & College’s curriculum emphasizes college preparation. The Academy offers advanced placement, honor and enrichment courses, as well as opportunities for independent study. The College confers associate degrees in liberal arts and sciences with concentrations in business, criminal justice, liberal arts, science and pre-engineering. Both the Academy and College incorporate a unique leadership and ethics training program.

Interested individuals should submit resumes with cover letter and salary requirement to: hrrecruit@vfmac.edu

VFMAC IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Academy Financial Aid Coordinator & Admin Support

POSITION TITLE:         Financial Aid Coordinator & Admin Support

Department:                              Academy Admissions
Direct Supervisor:                     Director of Admissions
Department Supervisor:            Director of Admissions
Positions Supervised:                None

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF JOB:

The Financial Aid Coordinator is responsible for determining financial aid eligibility for middle and high school students, providing financial aid counseling, and outreaching to current and prospective students, as well as, assisting in the overall operation of the Academy Admissions in providing admin support for the Academy Counselors. The Financial Aid Coordinator provides aid in helping families face-to-face and over the phone in completion of financial aid, as well as, the initial point of contact for perspective families, handing the main line transfer to admissions counselors, and giving out leads to admissions counselors (call-in and website RFI). The Financial Aid Coordinator reports to the Director of Academy Admissions and the Dean of Academy Enrollment.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Assist with data entry, mailings, printing acceptance letters, award letters, and student documents, reviewing documents, and special projects as assigned.
  2. Assist with Sallie Mae and Your Tuition Solution loan distribution.
  3. Advise families regarding financial aid opportunities offered by the institution.
  4. Coordinate and maintain attendance and scholarship reports.
  5. Ensure accurate and timely disbursement of all funding sources.
  6. Explain institutional policies as they relate to financial aid eligibility.
  7. Maintain current and prospective student records through data entry and record reviews.
  8. Manage Endowed Scholarship budgeting and process, including the foundation reports.
  9. Meeting with prospective families to review financial aid packages and to answer any questions.
  10. Promptly answering and returning e-mails, in-person appointments, phone calls, and walk-ins from prospective and current students and parents.
  11. Responsible for maintaining, monitoring, and processing for new and returning students packaged scholarships.
  12. Sending reminders to parents for missing school documents, unsubmitted Financial Aid, and all other required documents that are needed.
  13. Taking deposits over the phone and receiving checks through the mail.
  14. Tracking awards, discount rate, and reenrollment.
  15. Tracking and updating student information in CAMs and Zoho systems.
  16. Zoho lead distribution to Admission Counselors. Participates in professional development activities relating to student financial aid-related issues, as assigned by the Director of Financial Aid.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Business preferred; 0-2 years working in Financial Aid setting; experience in accounting, business, or finance with experience in a higher education academic environment preferred.
  • Ability to analyze and interpret financial data.
  • Ability to interact effectively as a member of a team and work collaboratively with other departments.
  • Ability to learn CAMs and Zoho systems.
  • Ability to listen to customers (e.g. parents, staff, and students, etc.) and to understand and respond positively to their requests.
  • Ability to work without close supervision and to set ones’ own priorities and work schedule.
  • Attention to detail and a professional demeanor.
  • Build trust with customers and be a trusted source.
  • Excellent customer service skills in regard to working families and students.
  • Proven ability of coordinating, multi-tasking organizational, time management skills.
  • Working knowledge of MS Office software (including MS Excel, Outlook, and Word).
  • Work requires professional written and verbal communication and interpersonal skills.

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee will also perform other reasonable related duties as assigned by the Director of Financial Aid. The administration reserves the right to revise or change the job duties and responsibilities as pertinent.

TAC Officer

POSITION TITLE:  TAC Officer

 

SUPERVISORY CONTROLS:

Department:                          Commandants
Sub-Department:                   N/A
Direct Supervisor:                 Commandant of Cadets
Position(s) Supervised:         N/A

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:

The TAC (Teach, Advise, and Counsel) Officer is responsible and accountable for the daily operations, training, discipline, leadership development, management and overall supervision of the cadets assigned to their unit. Maintains a safe and secure learning and living environment as well as oversees appropriate behavior management in accordance with the published rules and regulations. Is the primary point of contact for all actions associated with the cadets of their unit and are the primary counselor and role model to their cadets in shaping ethically mind citizen leaders of character. TAC’s also have additional duties in support of the Academy’s summer programs, training management and professional development. They are expected to develop both team and personal relationships with Cadets, built on trust and mutual respect and teach life skills. TACs lead by precept and example and are the embodiment of all the school was established on by its founder. The Barrack’s Advisor is responsible for advising, coaching and guiding the cadets who reside in their assigned barracks as they negotiate their cadet responsibilities. This includes but is not limited to academic, tactical, community, VFMAC, peer, family and personal responsibilities and challenges.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • LEADER: The TAC Officer is a positive role model and leader in their assigned units and is responsible for what the entire unit does or fails to do. The Officer is a model in appearance, conduct, language, bearing and leadership. Creates an orderly, disciplined, motivated and responsive environment with their unit which they can continually encourage, lead and teach the cadets. Officers must demonstrate a strong sense of purpose in molding today’s youth into mature goal oriented citizens focused on future success in today’s society.
  • COUNSELOR: Responsible for providing both performance and developmental counseling to assist cadets in becoming better leaders themselves and other member of the corps as needed but not less than monthly. Representing the institution, may assume all the duties, liabilities and responsibilities of the lawful parent. Develops working relationships with other staff member such Chaplain’s Office, Guidance Department, Counseling Center and Health Center, as well as with other members of the Staff and Faculty, to provide the proper direction in a cadet’s life.
  • ADVISOR: The TAC Officer maintains good order though positive interactions and gives guidance by administering appropriate corrective action, in the moment coaching and mentoring, leadership teachings while upholding standards. Cadets who do not meet the standard are subject to disciplinary actions within their unit according to published regulations and directives. TAC Officers are responsible for tracking, administering or recommending to the appropriate levels and boards for adjudication.
  • TRAINER: The TAC Officer will be knowledgeable of all phases of drill and capable of instructing School of the Soldier, Manual of Arms, Saber and Sword Manual and Physical Training. Responsible for the selection, training and development of the cadet leaders within the unit, ensuring each cadet knows the expectation, goal and is supported to meet their leadership obligations.
  • ADMINISTRATOR: The TAC Officer is responsible for insuring their unit meets all the administrative and operational daily inspections of their unit area to check for cleanliness, energy conservation and those inspection standards have been met. Prepares work orders relating to barracks damage and uniform fair wear and tear and attribute responsibility of cost. Perform officer in charge or other duties as directed by the Commandant of Cadets.

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:             Bachelor’s Degree, in Social Sciences, i.e. Education, Counseling, or Social Work; or equivalent.

Experience:         Prior employment and/or life experience that demonstrates strong leadership, sound judgement, team building and individual initiative abilities. Prefer previous senior military or law enforcement experience with company command experience. Previous experience working with adolescent boys, (Middle/High School) and young College aged adults (female/male) and/or background experience as a counselor within a residential/boarding school environment.

Other/Special:

  • Good oral and written communication skills with developmental leadership skills.
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships with cadets and other members of VFMAC
  • Must comply with background checks in accordance with Pennsylvania Dept. of Ed.
  • Computer skills and knowledge to work with basic programs
  • Willingness to work with Adolescent boys, or College aged young adults
  • Must be highly energetic, observant, and aware and must be an individual of integrity.
  • Flexible Schedule including nights and weekends.

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee will perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by immediate supervisor and other management as assigned by immediate supervisor and other management as required. The administration reserves the right to revise or change the job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.

Registered Nurse

POSITION TITLE: Registered Nurse

 

SUPERVISORY CONTROLS:

Department:                  Health Center
Department:           N/A
Direct Supervisor:          Director of Health Center
Position(s) Supervised:   N/A 

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:

RN/LPN provides routine and emergency nursing care to the Corps of Cadets. The candidate can work Part-time or Per Diem; day, evening, weekend, and night shifts needed. 4, 8, or 12 hour shifts available. It is mandatory that all pool/per diem RN/LPN employees work a minimum of 16 hours per month.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Assess cadets’ health status and implement care at sick call following established treatment protocols.
  • Provide emergency care to cadets and refer to appropriate consultant or treatment facility.
  • Maintain confidentiality of cadet health status and records in accordance with HIPPA regulations.
  • Communicate cadet health care needs to parent/guardian in a clear and professional manner.
  • Administer medication/treatment orders as directed by school physician in a timely manner as per established protocols.
  • Provide direct nursing care to all cadets confined to the Health Center.
  • Document all care, treatment, and outcomes in the medical record in a timely, accurate and legible manner.
  • Communicate/collaborate with school physician, and other health center staff to ensure prompt completion and follow up of treatment orders.
  • Provide health education on variety of topics pertinent to adolescent population.
  • Administer immunizations and allergy injections as required.
  • Maintain accuracy of immunization records.
  • Participate in cadet physical examinations as directed.
  • Participate in cadet registration procedures as needed.
  • Provide nursing support at special functions as needed (parades, Parent’s Weekend, Alumni Weekend, etc.)
  • Maintain CPR/AED certification.
  • Perform other duties at the discretion of Health Center Director.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Educations:  Successful completion of an accredited nursing program.

Experience:

  • Minimum three years nursing experience.
  • School nursing and/or clinic background preferred.

Other/Special:

  • Creativity, energy, and enthusiasm in working with adolescents.
  • Organization skills needed
  • Excellent interpersonal skills required.
  • Ability to work as a team player.

This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee will perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by immediate supervisor and other management as assigned by immediate supervisor and other management as required.  The administration reserves the right to revise or change the job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.

Learning Assessment and Support Center (LASC) Director

Department:                          College
Reports to:                            Associate Dean/Chief Academic Officer
Supervises:                           Learning Center Tutor(s)
Works with:                           Director of Library Services; Faculty; Advisors; and College Administration
Schedule:                              Full Time, 10 Months

GENERAL JOB DESCRIPTION:

The LASC Director supports the mission of the College and the Institution by providing coordination and implementation of initiatives to promote academic success, retention, and persistence to timely graduation for a diverse student population. The Director oversees learning center operations including: recruitment of professional and peer tutors; training of peer tutors; maintenance of daily and weekly tutoring schedules; and the collection of data for tracking and reporting student services usage. In addition, the Director provides tutoring and academic coaching, and submits and annual report that uses data to assess the overall effectiveness of the student support services. Exploration of grants to support at-risk students and those with special learning challenges is an additional responsibility. Additionally, the Director will accomplish other assignments and tasks from time to time may be required.

Responsibilities:

Promotion and Planning of LASC Activities:

  • Implement policies, procedures, and programs to maximize the services provided for a diverse student population
  • Monitor and assess services offered by the LASC
  • Prepare weekly, monthly, semester, and annual statistical reports that track LASC usage by discipline tutored, type of service, and level of student satisfaction
  • Explore grant opportunities to support services for at-risk students

Program Administration

  • Recruit, train, and supervise peer tutors
  • Recruit and orient professional tutors
  • Schedule work hours for staff to maximize delivery of services to students. Work in collaboration with faculty and administrators to meet student tutorial needs
  • Oversee accommodations for all eligible college students
  • Work with the faculty and Associate Dean/Chief Academic Officer to determine eligibility for accommodations
  • Articulate accommodations to relevant faculty and the Associate Dean/Chief Academic Officer while maintaining confidentiality
  • Develop 504 Plans for all eligible students with learning differences, using information contained in psycho-educational evaluations, interviews, faculty consultation; provide profiles to faculty and advisors as appropriate; and serve as a resource for faculty and advisors on the U.S. Department of Education Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
  • Meet individually on a regular basis with assigned students who have been diagnosed with mild to moderate learning difficulties; who have been identified as conditionally admitted, on warning, on probation, or who are on the Program for Academic Student Success (PASS) List
  • Oversee and track student progress, and provide guidance and resources to students and faculty to facilitate skill development for students
  • Oversee instruction in specific academic skills and strategies designed to address each student’s learning challenges
  • Conduct training and in-service sessions on successful best practices and strategies for instructors working with students, including those with learning differences, and serve as a resource for faculty and staff on assessment, learning styles, learning issues, and teaching techniques
  • Develop professional library of resources
  • Serve on college committees as requested
  • Prepare and submit the LASC’s annual budget recommendations
  • Prepare staff time sheets and submit them to the Business Office
  • Track staff hours to ensure compliance with the budget
  • Prepare and process purchase authorizations through the Associate Dean/Chief Academic Officer as needed in a manner consistent with established practices and budget
  • Perform other duties as assigned

Desired Qualifications:

Education:

  • Master’s degree required. Preference on degrees with an emphasis on Developmental Education, Special Education, English, College Writing, or Mathematics

Experience:

  • At the higher education level: learning center, writing center, disability services, English and mathematics instruction, and developmental education experience

Other/Special:

  • Requires willingness to learn and support the culture of a private, non-profit, academic and military collegiate environment
  • Must be well-organized, detail-oriented, self-starter with demonstrated ability on written and oral communications
  • Must be a patient team player who is able to handle sensitive information while working well under pressure
  • Must possess leadership experience and/or the qualities and attributes of an effective team leader
  • Must be an effective multitasker and creative problem solver
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office and capable of learning additional computer-based systems as may from time to time be required

Apply:

Interested individuals should submit resumes with cover letter and salary requirement to: hrrecruit@vfmac.edu

Academy Head Baseball Coach

Position Title:  Academy Head Baseball Coach

Nature of Job:

  • Seasonal position early late February to late May
  • Coaching & Teaching = 90% of Time
  • Academic & Admissions: = 10% of Time

General Job Description:

The Head Baseball Coach is responsible for planning and directing the conditioning, training, and performance of student athletes, along with the reinforcement of the core values of Valley Forge Military Academy.

Nature of Work:

This position reports directly to the Director of Athletics. This is a professional head coaching position and all of the duties of the position must be conducted in adherence with the policies, rules, and regulations of the Federal/State Department of Education and the PIAA Organization.  Employees in this job class may be subject to the terms and conditions of an employment contract which is typically subject to review and renewal on an annual basis.

This position directs a staff of Assistant Coaches who have specific responsibility for training, coaching, mentoring, and directing the activities of assigned student athletes. This work may include coaching in outside areas, hot and cold weather, and exposure to elements such as rain, snow, dirt, fumes, and loud noises. The duties require moderate to active physical activity, handling of weights and objects weighing 25 to 50 pounds, and standing or walking more than four hours per day.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The following list provides examples of the most typical duties for positions in this job class. Individual positions may not include all of the examples listed, nor does the list include all work that may be assigned to positions in this job class.

  • Direct Assistant Coaches and Graduate Students in the overall planning and execution of the PIAA football program.
  • Work with the Admissions Department and Athletics Office to follow up on all leads or inquiries coming from potential student athletes, parents, alumni, admissions or athletic office personnel. Prospective students should reflect the highest qualities of academics and character necessary to fit into the regimental system and responsibilities.
  • Monitor academic progress and status of team members, implementing action plans through appropriate staff when needed.
  • Monitor and maintain the discipline and conduct of student athletes to support the image and reputation of the athletics program.
  • Plan coaching and practice sessions in accordance with Department of Education and PIAA Organization guidelines.
  • Coach team members individually and in groups, and demonstrate game techniques.
  • Develop and implement game strategy and position assignments.
  • Oversee the strength and conditioning programs for student athletes.
  • Manage all operational, fiscal, and administrative activities for the specific sports program.
  • Promote the athletic program and specific sport through community events, alumni/public speaking, fundraising, and marketing.
  • Ensure adherence to all Department of Education PIAA, and league rules by athletes and supporting staff.

Qualifications:

Education:       A bachelor’s degree with a master’s degree preferred

Experience:     Prior head coaching experience at the high school and or college level, HS and or College playing experience a plus, knowledge of PIAA Organization rules and guidelines.

Other/Special: Must have good communication and supervisory skills, the ability to make decisions   under pressure, maturity, and a commitment to the school value system. Ability to engage Alumni and parents into fund raising is essential.

This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and employees will perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by their immediate supervisor. The administration reserves the right to revise or change the job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.

Apply:

Interested individuals should submit resumes with cover letter and salary requirement to: hrrecruit@vfmac.edu

Academy Head Lacrosse Coach

Position Title:  Academy Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach

Nature of Job:

  • Seasonal position early late February to late May
  • Coaching & Teaching = 90% of Time
  • Academic & Admissions: = 10% of Time

General Job Description:

The Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach is responsible for planning and directing the conditioning, training, and performance of student athletes, along with the reinforcement of the core values of Valley Forge Military Academy.

Nature of Work:

This position reports directly to the Director of Athletics. This is a professional head coaching position and all of the duties of the position must be conducted in adherence with the policies, rules, and regulations of the Federal/State Department of Education and the PIAA Organization.  Employees in this job class may be subject to the terms and conditions of an employment contract which is typically subject to review and renewal on an annual basis.

This position directs a staff of Assistant Coaches who have specific responsibility for training, coaching, mentoring, and directing the activities of assigned student athletes. This work may include coaching in outside areas, hot and cold weather, and exposure to elements such as rain, snow, dirt, fumes, and loud noises. The duties require moderate to active physical activity, handling of weights and objects weighing 25 to 50 pounds, and standing or walking more than four hours per day.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

The following list provides examples of the most typical duties for positions in this job class. Individual positions may not include all of the examples listed, nor does the list include all work that may be assigned to positions in this job class.

  • Direct Assistant Coaches and Graduate Students in the overall planning and execution of the PIAA football program.
  • Work with the Admissions Department and Athletics Office to follow up on all leads or inquiries coming from potential student athletes, parents, alumni, admissions or athletic office personnel. Prospective students should reflect the highest qualities of academics and character necessary to fit into the regimental system and responsibilities.
  • Monitor academic progress and status of team members, implementing action plans through appropriate staff when needed.
  • Monitor and maintain the discipline and conduct of student athletes to support the image and reputation of the athletics program.
  • Plan coaching and practice sessions in accordance with Department of Education and PIAA Organization guidelines.
  • Coach team members individually and in groups, and demonstrate game techniques.
  • Develop and implement game strategy and position assignments.
  • Oversee the strength and conditioning programs for student athletes.
  • Manage all operational, fiscal, and administrative activities for the specific sports program.
  • Promote the athletic program and specific sport through community events, alumni/public speaking, fundraising, and marketing.
  • Ensure adherence to all Department of Education PIAA, and league rules by athletes and supporting staff.

Qualifications:

Education:       A bachelor’s degree with a master’s degree preferred

Experience:     Prior head coaching experience at the high school and or college level, HS and or College playing experience a plus, knowledge of PIAA Organization rules and guidelines.

Other/Special: Must have good communication and supervisory skills, the ability to make decisions   under pressure, maturity, and a commitment to the school value system. Ability to engage Alumni and parents into fund raising is essential.

This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and employees will perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by their immediate supervisor. The administration reserves the right to revise or change the job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.

Apply:

Interested individuals should submit resumes with cover letter and salary requirement to: hrrecruit@vfmac.edu

Academy Head Basketball Coach

Position Title:  Academy Head Men’s Basketball Coach

Nature of Job:

  • Seasonal position early November to Late February
  • Coaching & Teaching = 90% of Time
  • Academic & Admissions: = 10% of Time

General Job Description:

The Head Men’s Basketball Coach is responsible for planning and directing the conditioning, training, and performance of student athletes, along with the reinforcement of the core values of Valley Forge Military Academy. 

Nature of Work:

This position reports directly to the Director of Athletics. This is a professional head coaching position and all of the duties of the position must be conducted in adherence with the policies, rules, and regulations of the Federal/State Department of Education and the PIAA Organization.  Employees in this job class may be subject to the terms and conditions of an employment contract which is typically subject to review and renewal on an annual basis.

This position directs a staff of Assistant Coaches who have specific responsibility for training, coaching, mentoring, and directing the activities of assigned student athletes. This work may include coaching in outside areas, hot and cold weather, and exposure to elements such as rain, snow, dirt, fumes, and loud noises. The duties require moderate to active physical activity, handling of weights and objects weighing 25 to 50 pounds, and standing or walking more than four hours per day.

SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

The following list provides examples of the most typical duties for positions in this job class. Individual positions may not include all of the examples listed, nor does the list include all work that may be assigned to positions in this job class.

  • Direct Assistant Coaches and Graduate Students in the overall planning and execution of the PIAA football program.
  • Work with the Admissions Department and Athletics Office to follow up on all leads or inquiries coming from potential student athletes, parents, alumni, admissions or athletic office personnel. Prospective students should reflect the highest qualities of academics and character necessary to fit into the regimental system and responsibilities.
  • Monitor academic progress and status of team members, implementing action plans through appropriate staff when needed.
  • Monitor and maintain the discipline and conduct of student athletes to support the image and reputation of the athletics program.
  • Plan coaching and practice sessions in accordance with Department of Education and PIAA Organization guidelines.
  • Coach team members individually and in groups, and demonstrate game techniques.
  • Develop and implement game strategy and position assignments.
  • Oversee the strength and conditioning programs for student athletes.
  • Manage all operational, fiscal, and administrative activities for the specific sports program.
  • Promote the athletic program and specific sport through community events, alumni/public speaking, fundraising, and marketing.
  • Ensure adherence to all Department of Education PIAA, and league rules by athletes and supporting staff.

Qualifications:

Education:       A bachelor’s degree with a master’s degree preferred

Experience:     Prior head coaching experience at the high school and or college level, HS and or College playing experience a plus, knowledge of PIAA Organization rules and guidelines.

Other/Special: Must have good communication and supervisory skills, the ability to make decisions   under pressure, maturity, and a commitment to the school value system. Ability to engage Alumni and parents into fund raising is essential.

This job description is not intended to be all inclusive and employees will perform other reasonably related duties as assigned by their immediate supervisor. The administration reserves the right to revise or change the job duties and responsibilities as the need arises.

Apply:

Interested individuals should submit resumes with cover letter and salary requirement to: hrrecruit@vfmac.edu

Summer Camp Opportunities

Day Camp Counselor

JOB DESCRIPTIONValley Forge Summer Camps are seeking highly motivated and passionate Day Camp Counselor’s for the upcoming 2018 camp season! Day camp Counselors will function as an integral part of the Valley Forge Summer Camp team. The co-ed day camp is for children ages 6-14 years old. Counselors will report to the Day Camp Director and will adhere to all rules and codes of conduct set forth by VFMAC.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • High energy and a love for children.
  • Experience coaching youth athletes in a wide variety of fitness activities.
  • The ability to communicate verbally to individuals and small groups.
  • Create a safe environment in which all campers; regardless of age or physical abilities can have a positive camp experience.
  • Can safely lift and move 40-50 pounds.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Elementary education major or teacher.
  • Previous summer camp experience.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Wear proper uniform and name tag at all times.
  • Report any wear and tear or broken equipment to Director.
  • Attend all scheduled staff meetings/Staff developments/trainings.
  • Maintain a friendly, helpful atmosphere.
  • Arrive prepared and ready to work.
  • Act as a positive self-confident role model for the VFAMC.
  • Know and follow all VFMAC emergency procedures.

For more information please contact:
Elizabeth Wahlberg
EWahlberg@vfmac.edu
610-989 -1253

Lifeguard

JOB DESCRIPTION: Valley Forge Summer Camp is seeking enthusiastic, energetic and mature individuals to serve as lifeguards. This position will report to the Pool Supervisor and will adhere to all rules and codes of conduct set forth by VFMAC.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Maintain a safe environment for our pool.
  • Most have a current lifeguard certification.
  • Communicate with campers and camp staff.
  • Perform swim tests for campers.
  • Complete other tasks as assigned by either Pool Supervisor or Summer Camp Director.

Lifeguard will be responsible for the guarding and safety of members within the facility, and enforcing all pool policies and procedures. Applicant must be responsible, punctual and task oriented. Applicant must also be able to communicate with children ages 3-17 and adult members of staff.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Wear proper lifeguard uniform.
  • Report any wear and tear or broken equipment to pool supervisor.
  • Attend all scheduled staff meetings/Staff developments/trainings.
  • Maintain a friendly, helpful atmosphere.
  • Arrive prepared and ready to work.
  • Act as a positive self-confident role model for the VFMAC.
  • Know and follow all VFMAC emergency procedures.

For more information please contact:
Elizabeth Wahlberg
EWahlberg@vfmac.edu
610-989 -1253

Overnight Camp Counselor

JOB DESCRIPTION: Valley Forge Summer Camps are seeking highly motivated and passionate Overnight Camp Counselors for the 2018 Camp season! Counselors will function as an integral part of the Valley Forge Summer Camp team working with boys ages 9-17 years old. Valley Forge Military Summer Camp counselors will work with campers and assist in coaching them in a variety of sports, leadership and fitness activities.

Overnight camp counselors will report to the Camp Commandant and will adhere to all rules and codes of conduct set forth by VFMAC.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Current CPR and First Aid.
  • Must be able to live on campus between June 16-July 20, 2018.
  • Experience coaching youth athletes in a wide variety of sports and fitness activities.
  • Knowledge of child development and willingness to work with children of all ages and abilities.
  • The physical ability to perform the sports and training sessions they will be leading and modify to all levels.
  • The ability to communicate verbally to individuals and small groups.
  • Assist campers with goal setting.
  • Create a safe environment in which all campers; regardless of age or fitness level, can strive towards achieving their fitness goals.
  • Can safely lift and move 40-50 pounds.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Wear proper uniform and name tag at all times.
  • Report any wear and tear or broken equipment to Director.
  • Attend all scheduled staff meetings/Staff developments/trainings.
  • Maintain a friendly, helpful atmosphere.
  • Arrive prepared and ready to work.
  • Maintain camper’s fitness files.
  • Act as a positive self-confident role model for the VFMAC.
  • Know and follow all VFMAC emergency procedures.

For more information please contact:
Elizabeth Wahlberg
EWahlberg@vfmac.edu
610-989 -1253

Valley Forge Military Academy and College

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