Lumberjack Leadership Summit Job Openings
Are you interested in supporting high school students this summer? Do you want a job where you can work just a portion of the summer and then enjoy a vacation? Wouldn’t it be nice to spend some time in the cooler weather up in Flagstaff? If you answered “yes” to one, or all of these questions, we might just have the job for you!
Arizona GEAR UP is hiring for our GEAR UP Summer Leadership Academy, taking place Monday, June 5th – Friday, June 9th in Flagstaff, Arizona. The 5-day, 4-night camp teaches high school students valuable personal development and gives students the opportunity to explore the STEAM fields.
Staff programming will run from Saturday, June 3 to Friday, June 9th. Staff will arrive on June 3rd for mandatory training and to prepare for student arrival on June 5th.
Staff will live on campus at Northern Arizona University with meals included. Staff is responsible for transportation to and from the NAU Campus.
All Lumberjack Leadership Summit staff, serve as role models for the students and help ensure the safety and well-being of the students at all times.
We have four different positions available for the week’s events, and they are as follows:
Gear-Up Team Leader Accordion Closed
The Lumberjack Leadership Team Leaders (TLs), under the supervision of the Leadership Summit Program Manager and Arizona GEAR UP Staff, will perform a variety of tasks to promote the mission of the Lumberjack Leadership Summit. TLs live in dorms with participating students, chaperone and supervise students before, during, between, and after scheduled activities and during meals. TLs support Session Facilitators during scheduled activities by helping to ensure that all students are engaged in discussions and activities and by helping to enforce/reinforce rules and expectations for conduct. TLs, in collaboration with all Lumberjack Leadership Summit staff, serve as role models for the students and help to ensure the safety and well-being of the students at all times.
• Current college student
• Some experience working with youth
Workshop Facilitator Accordion Closed
The GEAR UP Lumberjack Leadership Summit Workshop Facilitators (WFs), under the supervision of the Program manager are responsible for actively engaging students in workshops; using established curricula when necessary and repeating workshops with different groups of students maintaining enthusiasm and energy with each group. WFs are required to live in dorms with students. WFs, like all GEAR UP Lumberjack Leadership Summit staff, serve as role models for students and help to ensure the safety and well-being of the students at all times.
• Upperclassman college student – college grad
• Experience working with youth
• Experience facilitating large groups
Gear-Up Resident Assistant Accordion Closed
The GEAR UP Lumberjack Leadership Summit Resident Assistant (RAs), under the supervision of the Program manager are responsible for actively monitoring and patrolling the resident’s hall overnight. Ensuring that students are in their respective rooms and safe. RAs are also responsible for engaging students in evening activities; using established curricula to assist in teachings. RAs, like all GEAR UP Lumberjack Leadership Summit staff, serve as role models for students and help to ensure the safety and well-being of the students at all times.
- Experience working with high school adolescents.
- Previous resident assistant experience.
- Previous camp counselor experience.
- Previous facilitation experience.
Health Coordinator Accordion Closed
The Lumberjack Leadership Summit Health Coordinator (HC), under the supervision of the Program Manager, is responsible for collaborating with other staff to ensure the health and safety of all student participants. The HC lives in the dorm and is responsible for reviewing students’ medical information as provided in their applications, administering prescription medications on a set schedule, and attending to any medical conditions of students while they are on campus. The HC is also available to evaluate any medical needs or emergencies that arise and make recommendations for treatment.
• Possession of a current license to practice professional nursing, certified Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in Arizona.
• At least one year of experience as a professional registered nurse, EMT and/or CNA.
• A bachelor’s degree
• Experience working with adolescents is preferred but not required.
To apply, hit the “Apply” button below and you will be taken to the NAU Career Opportunities Portal. You can search for the position by name or the job# provided in the job description dropdown on this page. Applications close on March 29.