The core group of our long-term staff are referred to as our missionary staff. We consider ourselves a home mission, and require that our long-term, full-time staff raise their own financial support to be at Cedar Bay.
One of the great strengths of the ministry of Cedar Bay is the quality of its staff. We are blessed with many wonderful staff who have a great heart for the Lord and for ministry. From time to time, we have needs for year-round staff. Here are a few of our current needs… please contact us if you are possibly interested in serving the Lord at Cedar Bay!
We do not expect brand new staff to raise their own financial support when they first start at camp; instead, to help explore the possibility of whether or not camp is a “good fit” for them, we will offer a one-year salaried contract to a potential staff member, while we mutually evaluate the possibility of a long-term staff relationship.
Please find below the position(s) we are currently looking to fill:
The purpose of this position is to oversee and manage the cleaning and housing at Cedar Bay. As Cedar Bay has been blessed with 43 buildings on 500+ acres, there are many buildings and furnishings to keep up to a high standard so that our guests may experience a well-cared-for facility.
This person should have a high standard for cleanliness, have an eye for details, be able to manage and lead people, while seeing their job as a discipleship opportunity as they work alongside younger staff and train them for service.
In addition, this person will be involved in developing the vision for the character of Cedar Bay's decor and overall aesthetics of the camp facility.
If interested, please contact [email protected] or click here to begin the application process.
The purpose of this position is to manage the business aspects of Cedar Bay. Primarily focusing on the bookkeeping: accounts receivable and payable, keeping track of the budget and advising the camp director on the financial status during the year, this person must be organized, detail oriented and able to take initiative on maintaining a high level of accountability with the finances of camp.
This person should have experience with accounting practices and show adeptness at common computer programs used in the financial world.
In addition, this person will also be responsible for HR oversight, insurance and other key business components of managing a large organization.
The purpose of this position is to manage the registrations for all of camp's events. From family camps to specialty events throughout the year, you will be communicating with a wide variety of people to answer questions, process registrations and proof materials and the website.
This person must be highly organized and able to detailed in order to maintain a system of communication and processing of registrations. They must exhibit confidence in communicating verbally and written and be able to problem solve to answer questions.
In addition, this person is also in charge of office management - phone answering, overseeing our reception desk and ordering office supplies.
We are looking for several positions on our maintenance staff. Our maintenance staff works together as a team and although there is a lot of cross-over as they support each other in their roles, each associate has a specialty focus where they put more of their emphasis. The Associates work under the Maintenance Director and function as an overall team that works together to maintain this beautiful facility.
1.) Grounds Maintenance Associate: This person's main responsibilities are the upkeep of the grounds, landscaping and trail maintenance.
2.) Vehicle Maintenance Associate: This person's main responsibilities are the maintenance of all our vehicles and equipment that are required for the maintenance of camp.
3.) Building Maintenance Associate: This person's main responsibilities are the management and maintenance of the 43 buildings which are on camp's property.