Coaches' duties include basic and advanced football technique instruction for campers aged 7-18 of all ability levels, from rookies to seasoned veterans. Coaches are responsible for supervision of campers while on the football practice fields.
Employment opportunities include single or multiple camp weeks across the USA. Coaches receive room and board, and a stipend.
Athletic Trainers are responsible for checking the medical/insurance forms of all campers prior to camp, manning the medical table at registration, distributing any and all medications placed in their charge by campers and their parents, attending every practice session including the morning stretch, and being available 24/7 on site for any illness or injury that may emerge.
Father Counselors will be responsible for all of the same duties as a standard Counselor. The difference between the two is self-explanatory: Father Counselors are attending Offense-Defense Camp with their child, and we will make our best attempt to make them the chaperone of that child's group off the field.
Operations - to oversee and manage the entire camp. Camp experience needed. Will be second in command to the head football coach. A general manager that will oversee all counselors, father counselors, and manage the logistics of the day to day operations.
Camp Assistants - will assist the Operations person in overall camp management. Must have computer skills. Need to file a daily report to the home office.
Camp Counselors - are responsible for the care and guidance of campers while they are off the field. They are to escort the campers under their care to and from the fields, meals, and dorms as well as performing other assigned tasks. This will also include the loading and unloading of the camp truck at each location.
Store - will be counted on to operate and maintain the camp store on a daily basis. In addition they will be responsible for the set-up and take-down of the camp store at the beginning and end of the camp respectively.