Working at Highlands
The mission of Highlands is
to provide gracious hospitality & quality Christian programs
in a majestic mountain setting
& to nurture spiritual renewal & transformation
in a safe & inclusive environment.
Highlands is a Christian ministry of the The Presbyterian Church.
We welcome everyone as Christ would.
We expect our staff to continually strive to be the best Christian leaders, followers and disciples they can be.
We're seeking others like us who want to share in our mission and serve up radical Christian hospitality .
Permanent Staff Positions
Guest Services Associate
This is a part-time, year-round position that reports to the Guest Services Supervisor. Responsibilities include setting up and maintaining common areas of the camp/retreat center, assisting in cleaning and stocking cabins and guest rooms, prepare/clean dining halls, meeting spaces, and public restrooms. Applicants must have a clean criminal background and meet the Colorado State Childcare Licensing requirements including a physical exam and appropriate immunizations.
This is a part-time, year-round position that reports to the Head Housekeeper. Qualified candidates would be excellent representatives of Highlands. This person would coordinate with the Head Housekeeper for cleaning times and be aware of the daily schedule and any changes. Responsibilities include cleaning rooms, public restrooms, cabins and office areas, removing trash, set up and maintaining cleaning supplies and carts, and stocking linens and supplies. The Housekeeper must comply with all safety standards, be physically able to perform all duties, including lifting at least 50 lbs. Applicants must have a clean criminal background and meet the Colorado State Childcare Licensing requirements including a physical exam and appropriate immunizations.
This is a part-time, year-round position that reports to the Director of Sales and Marketing. Qualified candidates host retreat groups, ensuring the groups feel welcomed and comfortable. The Host must be able to anticipate the needs of guests and staff and to organize office tasks. Responsibilities include answering phones and inquiries, providing clerical support for Highlands and Highlands staff, checking in guest groups, providing assistance to guests, handle camp store sales, etc. Applicants must have a clean criminal background and meet the Colorado State Childcare Licensing requirements including a physical exam and appropriate immunizations.
Reservationist and Guest Activities Manager
This is a part-time, year-round position that reports to the Director of Sales and Marketing. Qualified candidates will assist the Director of Sales and Marketing with reservations of guest groups and provide program/activity support and facilitation for Guest Groups as requested by the group. The Reservationist and Guest Activities Manager will also perform Host duties as needed. Applicants must have a clean criminal background and meet the Colorado State Childcare Licensing requirements including a physical exam and appropriate immunizations. .
Food Service Worker
This is a part-time position that reports to the Food Service Director. Qualified candidates will assist in providing a safe and clean environment that meets all guidelines of the regulating governmental agencies and American Camp Association. The food service worker must exemplify a general attitude of helpfulness to all volunteer staff, campers, parents, user groups, and other staff members. Responsibilities include service in all departmental areas, including preparation, service, and clean up of meals. Food Service staff help provide healthy, high-quality food service for both camp and retreat center guests. Staff will also participate in planned meetings and training which is provided by Highlands Presbyterian Camp & Retreat Center.
Summer and Seasonal Staff Positions
Highlands employs individuals throughout the year for temporary seasonal employment. Summer time in the Rockies is gorgeous, and we offer many different job titles for about 35 people. Check back the beginning of December apply for various positions.
2020 dates of employment for most summer program positions begin with two weeks of staff training starting May 25th, followed by six weeks of summer camp with two additional weeks of Partnership Day Camp.
Guest and food services positions have terms of employment beyond those listed above for program staff positions.
Summer Positions Available the beginning of December
Highlands Summer Staff Position Descriptions
Summer positions receive the following benefits:
-The opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our campers and guests
-Awesome camp family / fun community / atmosphere
-Free on site housing
-A free staff shirt - Oh yeah!
-Delicious food all summer long
-The beauty of the surrounding Rocky Mountains. Camp sits around 8,300 feet below Mt. Meeker
-First Aid and CPR training