Being on Staff
Join Our Summer Team…
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Open positions for Summer 2019 (as of 2/8/19)
General counselors (all grades)
Backpacking trip leaders
Senior Programming Assistant
Rosh Edah (Unit Head) – for 9th & 10th grades
Farm director and farm staff
Archery program director
Senior level art staff (must be willing to also lead backpacking trips)
Rock climbing instructors
Mountain biking director and instructors
For questions about staffing and the application process, please contact Julia Chatinover at firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 261-8214 x 106.
2019 Staff Dates
NOTE: All NEW Staff must be available for Staff Training beginning June 6th, 2019. We can not make exceptions to this rule for the safety of campers and staff.
|May 27th – June 5th||Wilderness First Responder (WFR) Course (selected staff)|
|June 4th||Senior Staff Arrival|
|June 6th||All Staff Arrival|
|August 15th||Staff Departure|
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.
Join Our Year-round Team…
Ranch Manager (Click for full job posting)
The Ranch Manager will play a critical role in partnering with the Chief Operating Officer
(COO) and Director of Operations (DO) in the overall facility management for Ramah in the Rockies and
BaMidbar Wilderness Therapy. The successful candidate will be responsible for caring for all buildings,
equipment, vehicles, and grounds on our 360-arce mountain ranch year-round. The Ranch Manager will
also play a key role in tending to a small farm with animals, greenhouse and garden all while living yearround
on a remote mountain ranch in a communal setting near Deckers, Colorado.
To apply for the Ranch Manager: Please send resume and cover letter to Matt Levitt: email@example.com. Please explain why you are interested in the position, and why you would be the best candidate for the position. No phone calls.