Camp Mendocino is a residential summer camp located in Northern California. All Camp Employees are expected to live, sleep and work at Camp. Camp Mendocino provides meals and lodging for the duration of the employment period.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco (BGCSF) is dedicated to providing children and teens with safe, fun places to learn and grow, with professional staff to offer support and guidance, serving as caring mentors and role models. One aspect of Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco’s programs is Camp Mendocino (our residential summer camp). Camp Mendocino is a nationally recognized program where staff members work with youth ages 8 to 17 of all backgrounds to help them gain the qualities and skills needed to become responsible citizens and leaders.
Camp is located four hours north of San Francisco and spread over 2,000 acres. We provide transportation between San Francisco and Camp at the start and end of the summer.
We offer a wide range of activities at Camp including: swimming, a four part challenge course, mountain biking, archery, dance and drama, arts and crafts, environmental education, sports, overnight camping, and much more!
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. View other exciting career opportunities with Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco by viewing our webpage at www.kidsclub.org/jobs.
The Behavioral, Emotional, and Social Health Specialist supports the ongoing efforts of Camp staff to ensure the well-being of all campers and staff. This position primarily supports Camp staff: coaching and providing guidance on the mental, emotional and social health needs of campers. Occasionally, this position will support campers in crisis situations, offering interventions and behavioral support as needed. The Behavioral, Emotional and Social Health Specialist is NOT a therapy provider or caregiver; we do not provide therapy sessions to campers, their families, counselors, or any other staff members. The person serving in this position should, however, have formal training in youth and adult mental health and should be passionate about ensuring the well-being and safety of children and adults.
SCHEDULE: Temporary/Seasonal position. Applicants should be available June 6 – August 2, 2020.