Hearts to Art Camp Registrar
This unique camp brings together young people between the ages of 7 and 14 who have experienced the death of a parent to celebrate the healing power of creative play. Through the exploration and creation of theatre, music, and dance, Hearts to Art encourages communication and collaboration, fosters emotional growth, and provides friendship, compassion and community. Through interaction with young people who have experienced a similar loss, campers understand they are not alone.
The Camp Registrar is essential to the organization of campers and families. The position includes frequent contact with families, working with our camp database and camper files, and transportation set-up. The camp registrar will do some work pre-camp in the office along with the Camp Coordinator to help prepare for the camp season again and keeps working after the final week of camp to wrap up the program. During camp, the Registrar facilitates the check-in and check-out of campers and is also the liaison between caregivers and staff on a daily basis. Exceptional organizational skills and an attention to detail are necessary. The ideal candidate has experience working with young people as well as working in an office environment. They are an independent worker, with an ability to learn on the job and display flexibility. They preferably also have experience working with or training and understanding of populations dealing with loss and trauma as well as knowledge or passion for the arts.
All Staff must be available for the entire duration of both camp sessions in addition to paid staff trainings:
- June/July TBD staff training and lesson prep at the Auditorium Theatre
- July 6- 17, 2020 from 8:30AM-4:30PM Monday through Friday, Camp Session 1 (ages 7-10)
- July 20- July 31, 2019 from 8:30AM-4:30PM Monday through Friday, Camp Session 2 (ages 11-14)
- Certain positions may have earlier start time and later end times
Hearts to Art enthusiastically welcomes candidates that reflect the tremendous diversity of the Greater Chicago Area.
All ethnicities, genders and identities are encouraged. Roosevelt University is a national leader in educating socially conscious citizens for active and dedicated lives as leaders in their professions and their communities.
Please email your cover letter & resume to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 21.
For more information visit HeartstoArt.org!