Digital Media Director

Salary Range

$2,800 - $3,150 DOE @ 7 weeks

Summer Season

June 12th - July 29th, 2023

*Salaries may be pro-rated by the week for a shorter season. 

Interested in the position?  Submit your online application and apply NOW. 

About the Position

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Planning & Preparation:
1. Become familiar with the goals and objectives of Camp Marshall, the Camp Commission and program
design. * This can be found on the website and in conversations with the Executive Director.
2. Become familiar with American Camp Association (ACA) standards as they pertain to program design
at camp.
3. Become familiar with the summer program weeks and program design. Each week will be different,
so it is important to understand the programs and the schedule well before arriving at camp.
4. Begin developing a vision for the delivery of an arts and crafts program that is age appropriate and
allows for participants to participate at different skill levels. *Over the course of the summer we will be
working with children and families. Class sizes may range from 12 – 20 persons. (other adult staff will
be working with you)
5. Become familiar with the Camp Marshall’s web platform. The ability to create content, write blogs,
post social posts to share digital media is essential.

Staff Training
1. Successful completion of staff training: This includes being certified in First Aid/CPR, AED card. (this
can be obtained during staff training)
2. Inventory: Become familiar with inventory in the Media Center, develop a list of needed items for
purchases. It is important to have orders completed by the end of week one of staff training. Orders
will be coordinated by the Executive Director or his designee.
3. Inventory skills of other staff: Spend time with all of the staff and learn what “digital media” skills they
have. It is quite possible there will be others on staff who have the skills to lead an activity.
4. Photo/video staff training: Help with the recording / delivery of online staff training via zoom to
broadcast/record and share training resources with the diocese.
5. Staff Video: Generate a simple/fun video of staff that can be used to introduce staff/volunteers to
campers each week. Also – by end of summer – a season “thank you” video of all summer staff,
volunteers and clergy/deans who helped make the summer happen.
6. Marketing Plan: Work with Executive Director/ Summer Program Director to develop a vision for
promotional materials we will be creating during the summer to help market the camp.
a. Collaborate with the Executive Director and Summer Program Director and other camp staff to
create at least one documentary project that tells a story of God’s work in Camp Marshall’s
community of campers and staff.
7. Training Peers: During the second week of staff training teach counseling/program staff what you will
be doing in the Media Center with an eye towards how staff are to work in the area during program
delivery to include, but not limited to: Cultivating conversations with campers around artistic
expression, supporting the classroom environment, feedback to campers as they are working, how to
clean up the class space at the end of every session.


Specific Responsibilities during program weeks:

Media Center Program:
1. Develop and implement a digital media program suitable for children (and parents) attending the
various camps.
2. Develop a weekly schedule of starting and finishing dates for media projects.
a. Assign staff resources (cameras, recording equipment) and tasks to help gather digital content
needed for projects.
b. Plan and lead two program times each day (10 – 12 noon, 2:00 – 4;30) and be able to assist with
Christian Formation/Chapel as needed.
c. Provide instruction in as many digital media areas as possible.
d. Develop, post, and enforce proper safety rules and regulations for the Media Center.
3. Be available for instruction of children and adults in the Media Center as the camp schedule dictates.
4. Keep all tools and equipment in proper working order; notify the Summer Program Director of any
needed repairs.
5. Organize Photos: Organize pictures / video by season and subject. Upload “Albums” to Facebook by
session and season.
a. Strategic Planning: Make a list of all camp activities and create a strategy for staff/campers to get
digital images of all areas of camp.
6. Make 60 - 80 photographs of a variety of camp activities available to the Camp Director at the end of
each day.
7. Weekly Slideshow: Create a slideshow of campers and staff to share with parents at the end of each
camp session.
8. Keep camp media center clean and orderly with help of staff and campers.
9. Coordinate with Arts & Crafts Director and the Office Manager to utilize social media to share projects
with those outside of Camp Marshall.
10. Help lead Day Camp in July and August.
11. Ensure that the Media Center is thoroughly cleaned, and all supplies are properly inventoried and
packed away before camp closing.

General Summer Program:
1) Assist the Program Director with weekly tasks (when requested) such as crafting a weekly schedule
with program rotations, cabin assignments.
2) Be available to assist staff with camper discipline issues, illness, or injury, preparation for all camp
events such as chapel, talent show, campfire
3) Be able to lead, facilitate, and create small groups in working with Bible studies.
4) Take portraits (these are for security & a directory to help staff/volunteers learn names) of campers
each week; be available to take group photographs as assigned.
5) Serve as a resource for the counselors.
6) Observe and evaluate counseling staff assigned to you.
7) Willing to supervise a cabin (if needed).
8) Perform duties as occasionally requested by the director.
9) Willing to assist with various camp activities, including leading field games, theater games, and
evening campfire.

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