North Penn YMCA
YMCA Hayo-Went-Ha Camps are comprised of Camp Hayo-Went-Ha on Torch Lake and Camp Arbutus Hayo-Went-Ha on Arbutus Lake. Combined, the camps comprise more than 650 acres of property and contain more than 80 buildings. They are located approximately 40 miles apart from each other. The Maintenance Director will oversee the care of facilities and property at both camps. Working closely with the Property Manager at each camp (a full-time position at Torch Lake and – currently – a part-time position at Arbutus Lake) the Maintenance Director will ensure that the buildings, grounds and vehicles are clean, cared for and maintained appropriately.
The position is intended to be hands-on, with the Maintenance Director expected to take on frontline tasks such as repairs, landscaping and general facility upkeep. The Director will also have primary contact with outside vendors/contractors and (some) regulatory entities. Administrative duties include budget management, ordering supplies, managing regulatory compliance, payroll and recordkeeping.
The position will require regular travel between the two camps (primarily in a camp-provided truck). Most likely the Maintenance Director will be officed at the Torch Lake site (919 N. East Torch Lake Drive, Central Lake, MI 49622).
This is a full-time, salaried (exempt) position that will require some weekend work at times during the year.
Relationship-building: Creates and maintains authentic relationships while enhancing individual and team performance.
Communication: Listens and expresses self effectively and in a manner that reflects a true understanding of the needs of the audience.
Developing Others: Recognizes and acts on the need to continually develop others’ abilities to attain the highest level of performance.
Decision-making: Integrates logic, intuition, and sound judgment to analyze information to identify key opportunities, make thoughtful decisions and solve problems.
Leadership: By providing the right example, motivates and encourages others in pursuit of common goals.