imadi is seeking a part-time Camp Director to lead our organization’s summer program. The ideal candidate will have overnight camp experience in a senior leadership role and be responsible for taking our existing summer camp pilot program and elevating it to new heights, creating a truly special experience for our campers and a sustainable program for our organization for years to come.


imadi (pronounced “ee-mah-dee”, from the Hebrew word for “with me”) is an organization based in Maryland that supports more than 100 families with children facing life-threatening illnesses and lifelong medical conditions. Our mission is to create an empowered network of support for families facing a complex pediatric health diagnosis.


imadi is seeking a creative, self-motivated, and passionate professional for this position, someone who loves the Jewish overnight camp experience and appreciates the opportunity of using it as a platform to encourage personal growth and connection for our campers and staff. The position requires gaining a nuanced understanding of the current pilot program, and the ideal candidate will be someone who can develop a vision and strategic plan that is aligned with the organization’s mission and core values. You need to be a gamechanger, rule-breaker, and someone who is prepared to create a revolution in the Jewish camping world.


• Develop short and long-term strategic goals for the growth and development of summer camp, in coordination with the Executive Director

• Plan, coordinate, oversee, implement, and evaluate all aspects of summer camp service. This includes, but is not limited to, recruitment of campers and staff, program development (including educational components), sales and marketing, manage food service personnel, medical personnel, facility, and maintenance.

• Oversee, coordinate staff training (pre-camp and in-camp)

• Hire, mentor/supervise, and, as necessary, terminate summer camp staff

• Oversee all special needs of campers and summer staff, including transportation, medical, mental health, social, and spiritual.

• Ensure procurement of all required supplies for all aspects of summer camp.

• Manage volunteer activities during summer sessions.

Camp Mental Health Professional

Camp Mental Health Professional

About the Position:
Habonim Dror Camp Moshava is seeking a seasonal mental health professional. This person will be a critical member of our camper care team. Our mental health professional will provide direct clinical services, resources, and training to campers and staff. Additionally, they will empower and mentor our youth staff in their roles as counselors and leaders of the community.

About Habonim Dror Camp Moshava:
Camp Moshava or “Mosh” is an overnight summer camp dedicated to social justice, inclusion, and youth empowerment. Our mental health professional will join a small, loving, and tight-knit community that prides itself on relationship-building, acceptance, and personal growth. We are located north of Baltimore, Maryland with around 60 summer staff who serve approximately 180 campers ages 8-17.

• February 15 – June 15, 2024 – 10-12 hours/week spent onboarding, training staff, conducting intakes with campers and families, planning for summer, and attending Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Community of Practice. $35/hour.

Summer 2024: Full time, residential on-site from June 16-August 14, 2024. $1,300-$1,400 weekly, depending on experience

Benefits: Reduced camp tuition for camp-age children. Room and board provided. Retirement contribution.

Mental Health Professional Responsibilities
• Help create a positive camp environment for all campers and staff by promoting proactive wellness by supporting camper and staff mental health and wellbeing.
• Provide assessment and direct intervention in cases of mental health and/or behavioral crises in collaboration with camper care coordinators, Camp Director, and Executive Director.
• Work with camper care coordinators to design modifications to programs and activities to be inclusive of all campers, including those with anxiety, depression, learning disabilities, ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and more.
• Respond to parent concerns related to campers with mental health and/or behavioral issues.
• Participate in meetings with camp leadership to ensure that camper and staff wellbeing are central to the operation of camp.
• Provide training and support to counselors regarding their campers’ mental health and wellbeing
• Maintain required documentation for camper meetings, team meetings and parent calls.
• Prepare reports to funding agencies in relationship to mental emotional and social health at camp, including sharing high-level understandings of interactions and interventions taking place throughout the summer.
• Participate in Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Community of Practice as part of our camp’s participation in the Yedid Nefesh program, including two or three virtual gatherings and one in-person gathering per year with other Jewish camp mental health professionals.