Being on Staff

Join Our Summer Team…

Click Here for our general application.

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We are currently hiring for many positions for our 2017 Season.  Positions include:

  • Bunk Staff
  • Male Inclusion Specialist
  • Digital Photography Instructor
  • Backcountry Trip Leaders
  • Kitchen Staff

Click Here for our general application.

We are also seeking staff for the following senior positions, please click the link for appropriate job descriptions.

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For questions about staffing and the application process, please contact Julia Snyder at julias@ramahoutdoors.org or (303) 261-8214 x 106.

2017 Staff Dates

  • Senior Staff Shabbat – June 8-June 11, 2017
  • Staff Week Begins – Sunday June 11, 2017
  • Camp Ends for Most Staff – Wednesday August 16, 2017
  • Camp Ends for Senior Staff – Thursday August 17, 2017

Join Our Year Round Team

Ramah in the Rockies is accepting applicants for our 2017-2018 Communications Fellowship.  This 14 Month Fellowship is designed for a recent college graduates interested in communications and marketing.  The fellow will be responsible for producing and disseminating all electronic and printed communication for Ramah in the Rockies, including social media accounts.  The fellow will also be expected to play an active role as a member of the year-round team.

Fellowship Dates:

June 2, 2017- August 1, 2018

Full Job Description

To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Rabbi Eliav Bock: eliavb@ramahoutdoors.org. Please explain why you are interested in the position, and why you would be the best candidate for the position.

 

General  Staff  Information

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Ramah in the Rockies hires an outstanding team of people who have extensive wilderness training and backgrounds in outdoor education. We pride ourselves on having an extraordinarily mature, experienced, and well-trained tzevet (staff) that is uniquely accomplished and is amongst the most highly regarded of any Jewish summer camp in the country. We know that safety is absolutely critical to the success of our program, and as such, ensure that every excursion that leaves our base camp is staffed with at least one madrich (counselor) who has been trained as a Wilderness First Responder.

Our madrichim also act as role models for our chalutzim. Through sharing Jewish values and traditions, teaching outdoor activities, and connecting personally with chalutzim, our summer staff serves as a fully mobilized support system for all campers. This supportive, non-competitive and friendly environment encourages chalutzim to move beyond their comfort zones to experience new, unexpected levels of confidence and personal achievement.