Takes a leadership role in conducting sports and entertainment activities for adults and families. Responsibilities include: assisting the Entertainment Director; greeting guests and helping to make them feel welcomed; organizing and attending evening social events; organizing and leading daytime bike, hike and canoe/kayak trips; assisting with ropes course and climbing wall activities; organizing and running afternoon family events; running alternative rainy day activities; attending regular meetings; keeping an inventory of equipment; and making certain equipment is kept in good shape and working properly. Requirements: excellent communication, leadership and organizational skills; outgoing, enthusiastic, friendly, flexible, resourceful and hardworking; experience and competence in a variety of outdoor sports, including biking, hiking, ropes course, water sports and field games. Must have a valid Driver’s License and certification in CPR and First Aid.
Responsible for setting up and leading nature activities, field trips and fishing trips for children, adults and families. Works in cooperation with the directors of the Children’s Program, Boat Dock and Entertainment departments. Duties include: planning, coordinating and leading various nature activities; setting up equipment for activities and making sure equipment is kept in good shape and working properly; driving pontoon boat (will train); assisting with transportation for off-property trips; organizing and running afternoon family activities, and running alternative activities in the event of rain. The Nature Guide should have excellent communication and organizational skills and be outgoing, friendly, flexible, resourceful and hardworking. Knowledge of Vermont flora and fauna and previous experience fishing, hiking and driving a pontoon boat (can train) is preferred. Must be at least 21 and have Valid Driver’s License (and good driving record), Vermont Boaters License (or equivalent) and a Vermont Fishing License.
Teaches tennis at all levels for adults, children and teens in group settings and privately; makes group lessons for children and teens interesting and fun; provides a schedule to post at the front desk of availability for private and/or group lessons; gets the practice balls and caddy from the sports shed for each lesson; keeps an eye on the court conditions and equipment; and promptly notifies the Entertainment Director if any repair or purchases are necessary. This position is not full-time and may be combined with another position (such as assisting with adult sports and activities, cocktail serving, bartending and/or dock hand).