Camp Fraser Program Manager

CAMP FRASER PROGRAM MANAGER                                                           


The Camp Fraser Program Manager is responsible for all day to day operations, marketing, outreach, communications, and educational aspects of Camp Fraser.



Primary Responsibilities:

  • Market and book all programming at Camp Fraser, including MWEE grant, day programs, team-building programs, overnight programs, and rentals.
  • Manage Program Coordinator and work with Program Coordinator to run successful camp programs; including supervising educators, communicating with teachers, and coordinating to improve lessons and overall student experience.
  • Establish and maintain effective relationships with school administration, teachers, churches, local groups, and other parties.
  • Teach and present pre-visits and post-visits with students as dictated by the grant.
  • Organize and facilitate teacher and parent informational meetings.
  • Develop and implement all outreach, marketing, and promotional materials, activities, and strategies to promote educational programs and rental opportunities.
  • Communicate with rental groups about the guidelines and cost for renting the facility.
  • Help prepare the site for programming use year-round.
  • Interview and hire seasonal educational staff as needed.
  • Train and provide feedback regularly to educators.
  • Develop and implement summer programming for Camp Fraser.
  • Update and maintain all lesson and programming supplies.
  • Develop and update educational lessons and activities based on DC MWEE guidelines and NGSS.
  • Grade and evaluate student learning assessments and teacher evaluations. Create and maintain spreadsheets to track assessments and evaluations.
  • Report metrics on a monthly basis to Jimmy Jang including number of students served, student days, teacher evaluations, and any academic outcomes.
  • Adhere to Living Classrooms’ emergency procedures with regards to student/staff sickness, injury, overall safety, etc.
  • Maintain site records including but not limited to permits, maintenance, accounting, and reports as required and ensure licenses, inspections, and permits are kept active.
  • Assist in planning long-term site improvement plan
  • Such other duties as are necessary for the operations of the program, the Foundation, or as assigned by the Managing Director of Education.


  • Must hold bachelor’s degree, relevant field preferred.
  • Must have at least three years of experience in providing experiential education, management experience strongly preferred.
  • Must be mature, responsible, self-motivated, detail-oriented, and able to perform the above duties satisfactorily.
  • Must possess strong problem-solving, organizational, written and communication skills.
  • Proficient in utilizing computer programs including Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Must have the ability to work independently or with others to manage multiple tasks with minimal supervision.
  • Must have the ability to effectively prepare and present information to various groups.


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