ROLE: Camp Director


START DATE : APRIL 1st, 2019

CONTACT : Haley Zapal,


Girls Rock Camp ATL Is Hiring a Camp Director for 2019!

Girls Rock Camp ATL is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering cis & trans girls/women, non-binary & gender non-conforming humans, and trans boys/men through music education, creative expression, and performance. Founded in 2008, we provide leadership opportunities, build self-esteem, and create a culture of collaboration among mentors, peers, and the broader community.

We are looking to hire a Camp Director who will work in tandem (with the Volunteer Coordinator, Board of Directors, and Staff Members) to plan, implement, and manage our summer 2019 Girls Rock Camp and beyond. The Camp Director will work with all levels of the organization and collaborate to build a successful camp environment of ease and exploration.

This objective has the full support of our GRC ATL Board of Directors.

The position will be a short-term employment contract for the period of April 1, 2019 through July 31, 2019. The Camp Director will begin in a part-time capacity on an as-need basis and will progress to full-time capacity as of June 3, 2019.  During Girls Rock Camp 2019 (June 16-22), the Camp Director must be available and present on site for all hours of operations (approximately 7:30am – 6:00pm). The Camp Director will return to part-time status on an as-need basis for wrap up and post-mortem following camps.

Camp Director responsibilities include:

  • Receive and process applications for campers.

  • Act as primary contact for parents of campers, before and during camp.

  • Oversee camper instrument assignments and band selection process.

  • Coordinate camp workshop presenters and program schedule.

  • Along with instrument instructors and workshop facilitators, coordinate creation and development of educational materials/curriculum for campers.

  • With Operations Director, prepare and conduct a one-day training/orientation session for volunteers on June 16. This includes developing content, materials, and an evaluation for the session.

  • Oversee on-site camper arrivals and daily camp office administration needs.

  • Facilitate and oversee all in-kind donations as required for camp operations.

  • Oversee ticket sales and front of house operations for GRC venue showcase.

  • Partner with Board of Directors to develop, distribute, and analyze pre- and post-camp surveys and program evaluations to collect data for reporting.

Shared General Duties (with Volunteer Coordinator )

  • Manage all day-to-day camp communications and email

  • Provide managerial support to volunteers, as needed

  • Update social media, including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

  • Create promotional material for camp (T-shirts, lanyards, etc.)

  • More duties, as needed, to implement camp

Required Qualifications:

  • Commitment to furthering our mission of empowering cis & trans girls/women, non-binary & gender non-conforming humans, and trans boys/men

  • Commitment to social justice and anti-oppression principles

  • Experience working with diverse groups of youth and their families (2+ years preferred)

  • High level of self-motivation, creativity, and openness to learning

  • Experience developing and/or delivering youth programming

  • Experience playing one or more of the instruments offered at our programs (bass, drums, guitar, keyboards, vocals) OR experience working directly in production or with audio equipment

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Highly organized with strong attention to detail

  • Ability to multi-task and meet competing and strict timelines

  • Proficiency with email, Google Docs and Excel spreadsheets

  • Ability to lift and carry musical equipment, work in loud environments, and work at a computer for long periods of time

Desired Qualifications:

  • Familiarity with GRCATL or another Girls Rock Camp

  • Background in youth development

  • Experience training and/or supporting volunteers

  • Experience in public speaking

  • Experience in working in non-hierarchical environments, with the ability to work accountability both independently and as part of a team

  • Commitment to open and direct communication

  • Demonstrated commitment to self-care and personal sustainability

Strong interest in youth self-efficacy and empowerment, gender justice, music education, and cooperative learning is very highly encouraged. Due to working closely with minors, federal and state of Georgia background clearances are required for this position.

To apply:

Please send cover letter, resume, flat-rate contract expectations, and three references to by March 31, 2019.  In-person interviews in Atlanta will be held shortly thereafter.