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Camp St. Andrews Camp Leadership Committee

CLC Member Descriptions

The following sections provide job descriptions for CSA’s all-volunteer Camp Leadership Committee (CLC). For information on the Camp St. Andrews, Inc. Board of Directors, visit the Official Documents page.

Camp Community Authority

CSA CLC members serve the Camp Community members who elected them, and are responsible for communicating about specific events, relevant changes (such as modifications to this charter document), upcoming CLC elections, election results, and CLC membership vacancies. Required community communications shall be distributed to subscribed Camp Community members — at minimum — via e-mail and through CSA’s primary social media page (such as Facebook). 

The CLC shall also make every effort to keep the official CSA website “Announcements” page up to date with the above communications, and to also share relevant updates via other popular social media platforms.

Member Expectations

Any member of CSA’s Camp Leadership Committee is among the highest representation of Camp St. Andrews. Therefore, it is expected that every Leadership Committee member attend all meetings, act in a manner that reflects wholesome Christian values and morals, and share and emulate CSA’s mission.

Community-elected Members

Camp Director

The Camp Director shall:

    • be a minimum of 25 years old at the time of camp.
    • have a minimum of two seasons of relevant experience in CSA activities.
    • be elected by the Camp Community.
    • attend all CLC meetings.
    • be responsible for all activities associated with the execution of the week of CSA.
    • take direction from the Leadership Committee, and structure the week of CSA, provided the direction is not in direct conflict with the purpose and mission set in this charter.
    • appoint the following positions with approval of the Camp Community:

Bookkeeper
Program Director
Spirit Director
Archery Director
Operations Director

    • without approval of the Camp Community, appoint the Assistant Camp Director.
    • be trusted to make decisions on behalf of CSA.
    • be responsible for the welfare of everyone at camp.
    • serve as primary contact between facility management and CSA.
    • be on duty at all times while at camp.
    • meet with Program Director, Assistant Camp Director, Chaplain, Operations Director, and Medic daily to coordinate activities and discuss any issues while at camp.
    • take opportunities to coach and mentor leadership skills with all staff.
    • always be available to relieve any position (or find relief) as needed for emergencies while at camp.
    • is a member of the Tribunal.
    • be responsible for their own conduct.
    • have completed a background check.

Medical Director

The Medical Director shall:

    • be elected by the Camp Community.
    • attend all CLC meetings.
    • be responsible for acting as the primary safety contact for all of camp, and ensuring that the week of CSA, campers and staff, comply with all safety and medical regulations.
    • take direction from the CLC, and structure safety and training programs for the week of CSA, provided the direction is not in direct conflict with the purpose and mission set in this charter.
    • be the Chair of the Training Committee.
    • possess the required and necessary certification in First Aid/Lifesaving and CPR, plus whatever other certification necessary for the position as required by ACA, state regulations, any governing bodies that Camp St. Andrews affiliates themselves with, and/or our insurance agreement.
    • reports to Camp Director while at camp.
    • be responsible for the safety of everyone at camp.
    • be responsible for securing the medications of those attending, and distribution of said medications.
    • must maintain and ensure camper and staffer confidentiality.
    • be on duty or available at all times while at camp.
    • is a member of the Tribunal.
    • be responsible for their own conduct.
    • have completed a background check.

Chaplain

The Chaplain shall:

    • be elected by the Camp Community.
    • attend all CLC meetings.
    • be responsible for acting as a spiritual advisor for all of camp, and ensuring that the week of CSA maintains a purpose to promote Christian values, fulfill our mission, and never lose sight of our primary purpose.
    • take direction from the CLC, and structure a spiritual program for the week of CSA, provided the direction is not in direct conflict with the purpose and mission set in this charter.
    • preferred to be a working or retired member of the clergy but not required, if none available, be approved by the CLC.
    • reports to Camp Director while at camp.
    • be responsible for the preparation and execution of chapel each day, and present a program in a manner appropriate and understandable to children, involving the children as much as possible.
    • is a member of the Tribunal.
    • be responsible for their own conduct.
    • have completed a background check.

Scarf Director

The Scarf Director shall:

    • be elected by the Camp Community.
    • attend all CLC meetings.
    • be responsible for directing all of the scarf activities associated with the week of CSA, both during camp and before camp.
    • take direction from the Camp Director, and structure the Scarf program for the week of CSA, provided the direction is not in direct conflict with the purpose and mission set in this charter.
    • be the Chair of the Scarf Committee.
    • reports to Camp Director while at camp.
    • have accepted the challenge of the White Scarf.
    • be responsible for scheduling scarf ceremonies with the Program Director to minimize conflicts with camp activities.
    • be responsible for conducting or delegating scarf discussions in a group or individual setting.
    • is an alternate member of the Tribunal.
    • be responsible for their own conduct.
    • have completed a background check.

Camp Registrar

The Camp Registrar shall:

    • be approved by the Camp Community.
    • attend all CLC meetings.
    • be responsible for the registration duties of CSA.
    • be responsible for collecting the mail, disseminating the mail to appropriate members.
    • be responsible for making deposits of monies received and reporting details of deposits to the Bookkeeper.
    • be responsible for mailings, postings and notifications with regards to camp business.
    • take direction from the Camp Director, provided that the direction is not in direct conflict with the purpose and mission set in this Charter, or in conflict with the CLC.
    • be responsible for camper and leader-trainee registrations and staff applications, including managing the registration website and portal.
    • be responsible for their own conduct. 
    • have completed a background check.

Member-at-Large (3)

The Members-at-Large shall:

    • be elected by the Camp Community.
    • attend all CLC meetings.
    • be responsible for representing the needs and wishes of the Camp Community.
    • conduct themselves in a manner that is not in direct conflict with the purpose and mission set in this charter or in conflict with the CLC.
    • assume the role of an open Committee Chair.
    • be responsible for their own conduct.
    • have completed a background check.