Join the Business Office team working to make camper experiences smooth by streamlining and accurately processing credit card receipts, camper payments, donor receipts and more! If you’re timely, efficient with a high degree of accuracy and accountability, with a desire to automate and streamline – this position is for you!
Fort’s buildings have quality and intentionality. This position oversees the scheduling and implementation of the preventative and routine maintenance plan for over fifty structures on Fort’s three sites.
Leads a team of volunteers in an upbeat, joyful atmosphere serving campers pristine ice cream and selling Fort attire with a smile! Our mission is to encourage families to engage and create memories together, and we accomplish this by fostering a fun environment and serving in a Christ-like manner.
Teaches and demonstrates Biblical principles to young family campers at an age-appropriate level for
them to learn about and love God. Staff are hired for this position based on the age level they will lead: nursery, 3-5 year olds, 1st-2nd grade, and 3rd-4th grade.
This position will engage all facets of the construction process, including developing work plans, material procurement, scheduling, subcontractor supervision and volunteer labor coordination and management. Experience putting work in place as a tradesman and carpentry skills are highly valued.
Creates a fun, fast-paced, and relational environment for the team of volunteers in the dish room, in order to reduce distractions so families can connect with God and His creation during their time at camp.
If it has wheels or a motor on it here at Fort, this position manages, maintains, and schedules it – nearly 40 vehicles! This position will also involve a fair bit of driving campers to where they need to go and back again.
Retired? Have a passion to serve families and kids? Looking for a place to make a difference? At Fort, we call people like that OWLS— older, wiser, loving saints. If this is you, we have a place for you to serve.
Project Serve volunteers ensure fall and winter weekend retreats run smoothly. Families, youth groups, young adults, and other groups volunteer their time (normally a Friday into Sunday) to serve in all areas at Fort. And they enjoy camp at the same time!
80+ Summer Staff are hired each year to deliver all of Fort’s summer camps and programming. The Summer Staff Coordinator ensures summer staff hires are qualified, trained, and aligned with Fort’s mission and vision and works to be sure they are well supported and cared for. An important and impactful part of the ministry at Fort!
Are you passionate about college-aged students and discipleship? The TruNorth Director leads up to 12 students, ages 18-22 years old as they discover their purpose and develop leadership skills during this 11-month discipleship program.
The Worship & AV Manager leads and guides the worship experience at Fort Wilderness optimizing the Amphitheater and Gathering Place venues. You will be directing audio/visual needs for camp activities, designing worship experiences that creatively extend worship to optimize the nature setting of Fort, while preparing hearts to hear God’s word.