Camp Counselor


Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch


Allenspark, CO


The Experiential Outdoor Educator (EOE) is an essential part of the Rocky Mountain Pathways Ranch program. The  Experiential Outdoor Educator is responsible for leading groups of students through an 11 Day Experiential Learning  and Outdoor Education program which focuses on personal social and emotional growth. EOEs provide positive and  meaningful programming and a safe learning environment in which students are able to reach their fullest potential. Essential Functions include, but are not limited to the following: *  Provide supervision to students of varying ages, abilities and backgrounds, including both daytime and overnight support in student housing  Facilitate and participate in experiential and social emotional learning activities with a diverse audience of program participants  Conduct daily small group discussions and debriefs with program participants and school representatives Act as a role model to students in attitude and behavior  Meet academic objectives and learning targets through the use of engaging instructional techniques Provide a physically and emotionally safe environment for participants  Respond quickly and communicate effectively to any emergency or student behavior situation and approach conflict with a restorative practice mindset Other duties as assigned including but not limited to: working in the barn, student dish duty, light cleaning, driving, or leading an activity   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required:  Strong leadership skills  Open to learning new skills and strategies  Solution focused and have a growth mindset, turning challenge into opportunity  Ability to work independently and efficiently, exercising reasonable judgment, in a fast-paced, multi-task environment with minimal supervision.  Ability to synergize with students and staff to manage and monitor the growth of the program. Ability to work effectively under pressure and demonstrate problem-solving skills, while maintaining courtesy, professionalism, and a customer service attitude.  Strong interpersonal and communication skills.  Experience, Education and Qualifications:   Must be 21 years of age  Must hold valid driver’s license for at least the past 3 years and have a clean driving record  1 to 2 years’ experience working with youth that have struggled to find success in traditional educational settings • Bachelor’s degree preferred.  Current Wilderness First Responder (WFR) certification and adult CPR preferred  Employee must pass TB Test, Physical Examination and Background  COMPENSATION & BENEFITS: $375.00 per week + Room & Board Healthcare Benefits Retirement Benefits Paid Time Off  Holiday Pay Meals provided