Positions at Camp


Our amazing Tzevet (staff) who live in bunks with our campers have the most direct influence on the camper’s summer experiences. Involved in every aspect of camp life, counselors strive to provide for the campers the best that camp has to offer. Most importantly, counselors serve as responsible, mature role-models in a Jewish, Israel-loving environment! All of our staff double as program counselors. While working in a program department, the staff offer campers the chance to develop new skills and talents within their assigned departments. See below on specific department/position information.


Department Supervisors are members of Camp Judaea’s leadership team and are responsible for running the day-to-day program within their department. Supervisors support and manage a team of staff whose primary responsibility is the safety and supervision of campers in an activity area. Additionally, department supervisors are innovative programmers and educators with excellent communication skills.

Merakzim (Unit Heads) are members of Camp Judaea’s leadership team and take charge of the well-being of the campers and counselors alike. They hold the Eda (age group) together and also oversee the educational program for their own campers for the summer. Merakzim are innovative programmers and educators with excellent communication skills, including communication with our camp parents.



  • Omanut (Art)
  • Ceramics
  • Woodshop
  • Cooking
  • Rikkud (Dance)
  • Shira (Music/Singing)
  • Drama


  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • Archery
  • Volleyball
  • Lacrosse
  • Flag Football
  • Ultimate Frisbee


  • Ropes & Challenge Course
  • Kibbutz (Animal Care)
  • Teva (Nature)
  • Garden
  • Scouts
  • Horseback Riding


  • Lifeguard (Pool & Lake)
  • Fishing
  • Boating (non-motorized)


Medical Professionals are responsible for overseeing all of our medical facilities and needs, (which makes them very important!) Must be licensed as a physician, registered nurse, or licensed practical nurse.  

Medical Assistants are our nurses’ right-hand people, keeping all the functions and files of the medical facility running smoothly. Candidates should have some kind of medical office experience.

Camper Care is an important role for the entire family! The team addresses camper needs as an understanding adult figure and communicates with moms and dads with the insight and perspective of a fellow parent.

Babysitter is a key role that allows some of our senior staff members perform their jobs. This person looks after some of our staff member’s young children throughout the day.


Logistics Director oversees all of the camps logistics needs: organizing the logistics teams, making schedules, managing equipment, ordering supplies and generally ensuring that the body of Camp functions smoothly.

Office Staff are the people who run our office, interacting with the outside world in person and on the phone, using standard programs on the computer, and demonstrating experience in youth work.

Photographer & Videographer are the people who capture all of our awesome moments around camp preserving them into lifelong memories.

Kitchen & Maintenance work hard to keep camp looking nice and working properly and our bellies full!

Did one (or more!) of these descriptions sound perfect for you?

Apply today before the positions fill up! If you have any questions, you can contact us at any time.