Welcome to Camp Sentinel

Staff Positions by Departments

Buildings and Grounds

Maintenance Crew (minimum age: 16 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Operations Director, the maintenance crew is responsible for the daily upkeep of the buildings and grounds at Sentinel. Specific daily responsibilities include: cleaning buildings and grounds to be camp ready, simple repair, painting, trash collection, trimming, parking, wood splitting and activity set up. Specific tasks may be assigned based on ability, skill and age.

Food & Hospitality Service

Food Service Director (minimum age: 18 years of age, 21 preferred)
Under the coaching of the Operations Director, the Food Service Director is responsible for hospitality and food service during the summer. With the help of the Kitchen Crew, the Food Service Director oversees food service preparation and kitchen/dining hall cleanliness. Specific daily responsibilities include: preparing menus, ordering food, train and coach "K" Crew, prepare meats, vegetables, salads and other foods for well balanced meals, prepare special Friday night banquet.
Assistant Cook (minimum age: 18 years of age, 21 preferred)
Under the coaching of the Food Service Director, the Assistant Cook is responsible for hospitality and food service during the summer. The Assistant Cook helps with food service preparation and kitchen/dining hall cleanliness. Specific daily responsibilities include: preparing menus, prepare meats, vegetables, salads and other foods for well balanced meals, prepare special Friday night banquet.
"K" Crew (minimum age: 16 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Food Service Director, the "K" Crew prepares, serves and cleans up meals served to guests. Specific daily responsibilities include: food preparation, cooking, food clean up, service table, dish room in accordance with NH state health code procedures and regulations.

Leadership Team

Outdoor Activities Director (minimum age: 18 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Executive Director, the Outdoor Activities Director oversees the waterfront area, ropes course activities to ensure the both areas are safe for the enjoyment of campers. The Outdoor Activities Director must be currently certified in Lifeguard Training, First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Daily responsibilities include: oversee swim lessons and free swim, boating, and other water electives, maintain water safety standards at all times, secure boats and related equipment, checking regularly to see that they are in safe operating condition, and that they are ready for immediate use in case of emergencies, work with camp staff to ensure safety protocols are followed, be available to fill in as needed to lead games, ropes course activities and Bible studies.

Program Director (minimum age: 21 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Executive Director, the Program Director oversees and manages all camp program operations including youth, adult and family programs (Boys and Girls Overnight, Boys and Girls Day, Sentinel Smash weekends, Boys and Girls Special Needs Camp, Little Adventures, Staff in training, Senior Ventures, Homecoming Alumni, Home school family) at Camp Sentinel in accordance with the policies and procedures of Sentinel Ministries. The Program Director will plan and execute programs including: Open House, Community events, Mid Summer Festival, and other events to support Sentinel's mission. The Program Director is responsible for the training and coaching of the program staff who serve at Camp Sentinel.
Administrative Assistant (minimum age: 18 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Executive Director, the Administrate Assistant serves as an assistant to the Executive Director and Program Director by helping in the daily operation of the camp. Specific daily responsibilities include: Distribute and collect staff and camper mail/email, operate camp store, answer phones and distribute messages, maintain camp office and camp registrations, assist with weekly slide show, be available to campers.
Wellness Director (minimum age: 21 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Executive Director, the Wellness Director oversees the health and well being of the campers and staff members. Wellness Director will be a current certified Registered Nurse or Emergency Medical Technician. Specific daily responsibilities include: collection and distribution of medications, inspect cabins daily and report at meals, maintain daily record of treatments, assist in hospital transport should the need arise, collect and maintain medical forms and medicines during registration and return left over medications at check-out.

Program Team

Unit Leader (minimum age: 18 years of age, 21 years preferred)
Under the coaching of the Program Director, the Unit Leader is responsible for the direct training and coaching of the program staff. Specific daily responsibilities include: serve as a program staff in a cabin, be available to program staff for consultation and support, be responsible for the welfare of each child entrusted to the camp, coordinate activities and overall scheduling, making sure campers are on time for events, submit written reports if necessary, be a role model to staff and campers. Unit leaders will evaluate the head counselors every two weeks.
Program Staff (minimum age: 18 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Program Director and Unit Leaders, the Program staff is responsible for the physical, emotional, spiritual, mental well being of the campers from arrival to departure. Specific daily responsibilities: be available to campers to assist in the adjustment to camp life and programs, supervise a cabin of campers, monitor camper's eating habits, serve as a leader in the overall camp program, lead Bible study, enforce camp safety rules, instruct campers in emergency procedures.
Adventure Staff (minimum age: 18 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Outdoor Activities Director, the Adventure staff will ensure the challenge course elements are safe for the enjoyment of campers. Daily responsibilities include: serve as program staff in a cabin, oversee adventure activities while maintaining safety protocols and practices.
Waterfront Staff (minimum age: 16 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Outdoor Activities Director, the Waterfront staff will ensure the waterfront is safe for the enjoyment of swimmers and boaters. The waterfront staff must be currently certified in Lifeguard Training, First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Daily responsibilities include: serve as program staff in a cabin, oversee swim lessons and free swim, boating, and other water electives, maintain water safety standards at all times.
Head Counselor (minimum age: 18 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Program Director and Unit Leaders, the head counselor will act as the dorm moms in each unit. Specific responsibilities include: Evaluation of program staff every two weeks, supervise cabin clean up and inspect cabins and bathhouse daily, perform nightly rounds to ensure lights out at appropriate time, serve as program staff in a cabin, be available to program staff for consultation and support, be responsible for the welfare of each child entrusted to the camp.
Counselor in Training (minimum age: 16 years of age)
Under the coaching of the Program Director, Unit Leaders and Program Staff the Counselor in training assists in the responsibility for the physical, emotional, spiritual, mental well being of the campers from arrival to departure. Specific daily responsibilities: serve as a staff member in a cabin, be available to campers to assist in the adjustment to camp life and programs, monitor camper's eating habits, serve as a leader in the overall camp program, help lead Bible study, enforce camp safety rules.