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SUMMER JOBS AT iD TECH

  • OVERVIEW
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    SUMMER JOBS AT iD TECH CAMPS & ACADEMIES

    You’re upbeat, tech-savvy, and you understand the growing need for quality technology education for kids and teens. We’re looking for people like you. Maybe you’re a high school STEM teacher on summer break. Or a college student pursuing Computer Science Programming, Engineering, Visual Arts, or Video Game Development. Perhaps you’ve worked in the tech industry and would like to share your insights with young people. Whatever your background, spend your summer instructing and mentoring students, building your resume, and having quirky, iD-style fun. You’ll make a positive impact on students this summer, and inspire them to aim big for college and beyond. Our seasonal summer camp jobs are as fulfilling as they are fun! Learn more about our summer staff.

    Summer staff members receive high compensation, room & board (overnight staff only), high-tech gadgets from our online curriculum delivery system, college internship credit (if applicable), 24/7 support from our team of Regional Managers, and more.

    As a Top Workplace for 5 years running, we attract the best, tech-savvy staff nationwide. Learn more.

     


     


    ONE SUMMER. TWO PATHS.

    iD Tech offers Tech Camps for students ages 7-17, as well as Academies for teens ages 13-18. Where do you envision yourself working?

    • iD Tech Camps

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    • Student Ages: 7-17, Co-Ed
    • Intensity: Well-Balanced, Tech + Camp Activities
    • Topics: Programming, App Development, Robotics, Video Game Design, Visual Arts, and more
    • Locations: 80+ Locations

    • iD Tech Academies

    • camps
    • Student Ages: 13-18, Co-Ed
    • Intensity: Pre-Collegiate, More Intensive
    • Topics: iD Game Design & Development Academy, iD Programming Academy, iD Film Academy
    • Locations: Select University Locations

    WHERE DO YOU WANT TO WORK THIS SUMMER?

    With over 80 prestigious university locations across the U.S., you can spend your summer anywhere you like! *Travel not included

    We have locations in 30 states. You can browse locations once you begin your application.


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    MEET OUR TEAM OF HIRING MANAGERS

    Our team of highly trained Regional Managers takes pride in hiring elite summer staff for iD Tech Camps & Academies. Having all started as summer staff, Regional Managers personally interview and train all summer staff members to succeed at our nationwide programs.

     


     


     

    iD SUMMER STAFF SUCCESS STORIES

    • “LOU” | CAMP DIRECTOR, iD TECH CAMPS HELD AT TRINITY UNIVERSITY

      Masters graduate of Video Game Design & Development and 3D Lighting at the University of Texas at Dallas, and Art Director for a project with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

    • “SCRIBBLE” | INSTRUCTOR, iD TECH CAMPS HELD AT STANFORD UNIVERSITY

      Graduate of Princeton University with a B.A. in Mathematics, Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon University, and machine learning researcher.

    • “KIT KAT” | CAMP DIRECTOR, iD TECH CAMPS HELD AT AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

      Smith College graduate with a B.A. in Physics, UNC- Chapel Hill graduate with a Masters in Teaching, High school AP Physics teacher, and after-school tap dance instructor.

  • iD TECH CAMPS
  • iD TECH CAMPS JOBS

    iD Tech Camps is the world’s #1 tech camp for kids and teens, featuring over 40 of the coolest tech courses in Programming, App Development, Video Game Design, Robotics, Web Design, 3D Animation, Film, Photography, and more. Utilizing big name software from industry leaders like Adobe®, Apple®, Google, Microsoft®, Minecraft, Valve®, and others, instructors engage students in fun, relevant curriculum, at each student’s individual pace. A well-balanced summer camp experience is key at iD Tech Camps, with time for outdoor breaks, games, and optional sports.

    Please note: iD Tech Camps is an affiliated program of iD Tech, which uses a single employment process for all programs and positions.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    ALL TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR & PROGRAM MANAGEMENT APPLICANTS

    • Experience or a genuine desire to work with kids and/or teens
    • Strong communication skills
    • Leadership experience
    • A positive and team-player attitude
    • Flexibility
    • A sense of humor
    • Energy and stamina

    DIRECTOR & ASSISTANT DIRECTOR APPLICANTS

    • Proven leadership
    • Problem solving
    • Ability to maintain a sense of humor while multi-tasking
    • Exceptional customer service
    • Delegation and team management
    • Interest and experience in working with kids and/or teens

    LEAD INSTRUCTOR & INSTRUCTOR APPLICANTS

    Qualified Lead Instructors and Instructors will demonstrate proficiency in one or more of the following areas:

    • Programming (C++ and/or Java™) and Robotics
    • Mobile App Development for iPhone®, iPad® & Android™
    • Web Design
    • Digital Video Editing (Industry Standard Programs Only)
    • 2D or 3D Video Game Design
    • Game Modding
    • Character Modeling
    • Graphic Arts

    JOB DESCRIPTIONS

    DIRECTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Regional Manager

    Directors are the onsite representative of iD, responsible for fostering a FUN environment in which students are able to learn new technology and think creatively! With the support and guidance of a nationwide team, the Director leads a team of instructors in the day to day program operations. In addition to maintaining the satisfaction of all students, parents, staff and university contacts, the Director will act as the Camp Health Officer and will administer all camper medications and perform camper health assessments. Maintaining a safe, supportive, and enjoyable atmosphere is crucial. At locations with an overnight program, he or she is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Lead weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Become acquainted with all courses, products, and software
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Plan and execute an organized check-in each session
    • Plan, organize, and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Maintain positive staff and student morale
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your manager

    SUPERVISORY

    • Ensure that staff and students are meeting curriculum goals
    • Conduct mid-season and end of season performance reviews of staff members
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Act as an emergency substitute for sick/absent Instructor
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each week
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate must demonstrate proficiency in Word and Excel. Directors must have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate effectively via email, cell phone, and hand-written documents. In addition, the candidate would also have a background working with kids and teens. Previous camp or managerial experience is required. The ideal candidate would have a college degree in a related field. Some jurisdictions require Directors be at least 25 years old (by the start of camp). Knowledge of computer networking and/or curriculum software is a plus.

    ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Assistant Director is responsible for supporting the Director in ensuring iD’s high standard of excellence in day to day operations! He or she must motivate staff, plan activities, set-up routine staff meetings, handle concerns, setup labs, and create a FUN learning environment. In addition to maintaining the satisfaction of all students, parents, staff and university contacts, the Assistant Director may act as the Camp Health Officer and will administer all camper medications and perform camper health assessments. Maintaining a safe, supportive, and enjoyable atmosphere is crucial. At locations with an overnight program, he or she is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Become acquainted with all courses, products, and software
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakes, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Act as Director while Camp Director is on scheduled breaks
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    SUPERVISORY

    • Assist Director in ensuring all students in the program are meeting curriculum goals
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Assist Director with maintaining positive staff and student morale
    • Assist Director in conducting mid-season and end of season performance reviews of staff members
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Act as an emergency substitute for sick/absent Instructor
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each week
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate must demonstrate proficiency in Word and Excel. Assistant Directors must have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate effectively via email, cell phone, and hand-written documents. In addition, the candidate would also have a background working with kids and teens. Previous camp or managerial experience is required. Knowledge of computer networking and/or curriculum software is a plus. The ideal candidate would have a college degree in a related field. Some jurisdictions require Assistant Directors be at least 21 years old (by the start of camp).

    HEALTH & SAFETY COORDINATOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Health & Safety Coordinator will foster a safe and secure camp environment acting as the Camp Health Officer and Risk Manager of the camp. Duties include storing, handling and administering all student medications, as well as performing routine camper health assessments and maintaining the first aid station. In addition, the Health and Safety Coordinator will ensure proper supervision ratios, assess risk in camp activities, and take necessary safety precautions.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Obtain both Advanced CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)
    • May be required to obtain additional health and safety certifications (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each week
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have an education in health, nursing, medical and/or risk management. Health & Safety Coordinators must have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate effectively via email, cell phone, and hand-written documents. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate proficiency in Word and Excel. In addition, the candidate would also have a background working with kids and teens. The ideal candidate would have a college degree in a related field. Some jurisdictions require Health & Safety Coordinators to be at least 21 years old (by the start of camp).

    LEAD INSTRUCTOR

    QUALIFIED LEAD INSTRUCTORS MUST DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

    • Programming (C++ and/or Java™) and Robotics
    • Mobile App Development for iPhone, iPad & Android
    • Web Design and Flash® Animation
    • Digital Video Editing (Industry Standard Programs Only)
    • 2D or 3D Video Game Design
    • Game Modding
    • Character Modeling
    • Graphic Arts

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Lead Instructor is an experienced and highly qualified technical Instructor that assists the Director with technical support, motivating staff, creating a FUN learning environment, project back-ups, and administrative tasks. Acting as a role model for their team, a Lead Instructor is in charge of continuously supervising students, and maintaining a safe atmosphere. At locations with an overnight program, the Lead Instructor is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn software and curriculum for multiple courses prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATOR

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakers, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    SUPERVISORY & INSTRUCTIONAL

    • Prepare lesson plans, and teach a class with up to 8 students
    • Assist Director in ensuring all students in the program are meeting curriculum goals
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Assist Director with maintaining positive staff and student morale
    • Ensure proper project back-up procedures are followed by all staff
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • In lieu of Director, administer camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have expertise in two or more areas of technology pertinent to the program. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate flexibility, energy, positivity, leadership abilities, and strong communication skills. A background working with kids, teens and camp experience is highly recommended. The ideal candidate would have completed 2+ years of college and previous iD experience. Applicants under 18 will not be considered.

    INSTRUCTOR

    QUALIFIED INSTRUCTORS MUST DEMONSTRATE PROFICIENCY IN ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

    • Programming (C++ and/or Java™) and Robotics
    • Mobile App Development for iPhone, iPad & Android
    • Web Design and Flash® Animation
    • Digital Video Editing (Industry Standard Programs Only)
    • 2D or 3D Video Game Design
    • Game Modding
    • Character Modeling
    • Graphic Arts

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    An Instructor is responsible for creating the ultimate iD experience! This includes fostering a FUN and SAFE environment while helping students learn new technology and think creatively. In addition to creating an engaging learning environment, an Instructor is in charge of continuously supervising students, leading games and activities, and maintaining a safe atmosphere while on duty.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn software and curriculum for multiple courses prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    GENERAL

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakers, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director

    INSTRUCTIONAL

    • Prepare lesson plans, and teach a class with up to 8 students
    • Ensure all students are meeting set curriculum goals
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Socialize with families during points of contact
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have expertise in two or more areas of technology pertinent to the program. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate flexibility, energy, positivity, leadership abilities, and strong communication skills. A background working with kids, teens and camp experience is highly recommended. The ideal candidate would have completed 2+ years of college and previous iD experience. Applicants under 18 will not be considered.


  • iD GAME DESIGN & DEV. ACADEMY
  • iD GAME DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY JOBS

    iD Game Design & Development Academy is a premier summer video gaming program for teens ages 13-18. Utilizing high-end production software like Autodesk® Maya®, and industry-standard programming and authoring tools such as Unity, instructors immerse students in level design, development, programming, modeling, and animation.

    If you love the world of gaming, are passionate about positively impacting the lives of teens, and have impressive gaming credentials, we want you on the iD team! We offer courses such as Game Dev – iPhone® & Android™, Game Development – Minecraft, Modeling & Animation with Maya®, 3D Level Design – Unreal® Engine, and more. Apply now to teach and inspire the next generation of game industry professionals.

    Please note: iD Game Design & Development Academy is an affiliated program of iD Tech, which uses a single employment process for all programs and positions.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    ALL TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR & PROGRAM MANAGEMENT APPLICANTS

    • Experience or a genuine desire to work with kids and/or teens
    • Strong communication skills
    • Leadership experience
    • A positive and team-player attitude
    • Flexibility
    • A sense of humor
    • Energy and stamina

    DIRECTOR & ASSISTANT DIRECTOR APPLICANTS

    • Proven leadership
    • Problem solving
    • Ability to maintain a sense of humor while multi-tasking
    • Exceptional customer service
    • Delegation and team management
    • Interest and experience in working with kids and/or teens

    LEAD INSTRUCTOR & INSTRUCTOR APPLICANTS

    Qualified Lead Instructors and Instructors will demonstrate proficiency in one or more of the following areas:

    • Game Development for iPhone® & Android™ with Unity & JavaScript
    • Minecraft Development with Java™
    • Character Modeling and Animation with Autodesk® Maya®
    • Autodesk® Mudbox®
    • Level Design with Unreal® Engine

    JOB DESCRIPTIONS

    DIRECTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Regional Manager

    Directors are the onsite representative of iD, responsible for fostering a FUN environment in which students are able to learn new technology and think creatively! With the support and guidance of a nationwide team, the Director leads a team of instructors in the day to day program operations. In addition to maintaining the satisfaction of all students, parents, staff and university contacts, the Director will act as the Camp Health Officer and will administer all camper medications and perform camper health assessments. Maintaining a safe, supportive, and enjoyable atmosphere is crucial. At locations with an overnight program, he or she is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Lead weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Become acquainted with all courses, products, and software
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Plan and execute an organized check-in each session
    • Plan, organize, and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Maintain positive staff and student morale
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your manager

    SUPERVISORY

    • Ensure that staff and students are meeting curriculum goals
    • Conduct mid-season and end of season performance reviews of staff members
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Act as an emergency substitute for sick/absent Instructor
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each week
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate must demonstrate proficiency in Word and Excel. Directors must have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate effectively via email, cell phone, and hand-written documents. In addition, the candidate would also have a background working with kids and teens. Previous camp or managerial experience is required. The ideal candidate would have a college degree in a related field. Some jurisdictions require Directors be at least 25 years old (by the start of camp). Knowledge of computer networking and/or curriculum software is a plus.

    ACTIVITIES COORDINATOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Activities Coordinator plans and leads social activities on nights and weekends to help foster a FUN environment. In addition, the he or she will ensure proper supervision ratios, assess risk in camp activities, and take necessary safety precautions. The Activities Coordinator works closely with the Director to maintain the satisfaction of all students in the program. This is an overnight position and all Activities Coordinators are required to be available during nights and weekends.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn iD’s Activities Curriculum prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (includes leading icebreakers, directing families, etc.)
    • Organize and lead a daily schedule of activities
    • Act as Director while Camp Director is on scheduled breaks
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    SUPERVISORY

    • Ensure that staff and students are getting to know each other and creating lasting memories
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each weekend
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy on weekends
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log on weekends
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The desired candidate would have experience working with kids and teens in a traditional camp environment. The Activities Coordinator should have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate confidently and clearly to large groups of people. A background in Theatre, Youth Group Leadership, or Sports and Recreation is a plus. Some jurisdictions require the Activities Coordinator be at least 21 years old (by the start of camp).

    LEAD INSTRUCTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Lead Instructor is an experienced and highly qualified technical Instructor that assists the Director with technical support, motivating staff, creating a FUN learning environment, project back-ups, and administrative tasks. Acting as a role model for their team, a Lead Instructor is in charge of continuously supervising students, and maintaining a safe atmosphere. At locations with an overnight program, the Lead Instructor is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn software and curriculum for multiple courses prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakers, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Act as Director while Camp Director is on scheduled breaks
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    SUPERVISORY & INSTRUCTIONAL

    • Prepare lesson plans, and teach a class with up to 8 students
    • Assist Director in ensuring all students in the program are meeting curriculum goals
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Assist Director with maintaining positive staff and student morale
    • Ensure proper project back-up procedures are followed by all staff
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • In lieu of Director, administer camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have expertise in two or more areas of technology pertinent to the program. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate flexibility, energy, positivity, leadership abilities, and strong communication skills. A background working with kids, teens and camp experience is highly recommended. The ideal candidate would have completed 2+ years of college and previous iD experience. Applicants under 18 will not be considered.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR iD GAME DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY CANDIDATES

    The desired candidate would have demonstrated ability to work with teens and experience teaching complex concepts. Qualified candidates will demonstrate expertise in game design and development. A portfolio that demonstrates technical skill with Autodesk® Maya®, Unreal® Engine, Unity game development tool, or game programming with C# (depending on course interest). An interest in gaming trends is a plus. Professional or published game title experience is highly desirable.

    INSTRUCTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    An Instructor is responsible for creating the ultimate iD experience! This includes fostering a FUN and SAFE environment while helping students learn new technology and think creatively. In addition to creating an engaging learning environment, an Instructor is in charge of continuously supervising students, leading games and activities, and maintaining a safe atmosphere while on duty.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn software and curriculum for multiple courses prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    GENERAL

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakers, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director

    INSTRUCTIONAL

    • Prepare lesson plans, and teach a class with up to 8 students
    • Ensure all students are meeting set curriculum goals
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Socialize with families during points of contact
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have expertise in two or more areas of technology pertinent to the program. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate flexibility, energy, positivity, leadership abilities, and strong communication skills. A background working with kids, teens and camp experience is highly recommended. The ideal candidate would have completed 2+ years of college and previous iD experience. Applicants under 18 will not be considered.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR iD GAME DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY CANDIDATES

    The desired candidate would have demonstrated ability to work with teens and experience teaching complex concepts. Qualified candidates will demonstrate expertise in game design and development. A portfolio that demonstrates technical skill with Autodesk® Maya®, Unreal® Engine, Unity game development tool, or game programming with C# (depending on course interest). An interest in gaming trends is a plus. Professional or published game title experience is highly desirable.


  • iD PROGRAMMING ACADEMY
  • iD PROGRAMMING ACADEMY JOBS

    iD Programming Academy is a premier summer program specializing in advanced application programming for teens ages 13-18. Utilizing industry proven production software and coding tools like Microsoft® Dreamspark®, and Google Android™, instructors familiarize students with the dynamic world of high-level application development, and oversee individual and collaborative team projects.

    If you love programming, are passionate about positively impacting the lives of teens, and have impressive coding credentials, we want YOU on the iD team! We offer courses such as iPhone® & iPad® App Development, Google Android™ App Development, Mod & Program with Minecraft, Java™ Programming for the AP® Exam and more. Apply now for a job with a cause.

    Please note: iD Programming Academy is an affiliated program of iD Tech, which uses a single employment process for all programs and positions.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    ALL TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR & PROGRAM MANAGEMENT APPLICANTS

    • Experience or a genuine desire to work with kids and/or teens
    • Strong communication skills
    • Leadership experience
    • A positive and team-player attitude
    • Flexibility
    • A sense of humor
    • Energy and stamina

    DIRECTOR & ASSISTANT DIRECTOR APPLICANTS

    • Proven leadership
    • Problem solving
    • Ability to maintain a sense of humor while multi-tasking
    • Exceptional customer service
    • Delegation and team management
    • Interest and experience in working with kids and/or teens

    LEAD INSTRUCTOR & INSTRUCTOR APPLICANTS

    Qualified Lead Instructors and Instructors will demonstrate proficiency in one or more of the following areas:

    • Programming (C++ and/or Java™)
    • Mobile App Development for iPhone® and iPad® with XCode and Objective-C
    • Java™ Coding using Minecraft
    • Web Programming with PHP, HTML, MySQL, and Adobe® Dreamweaver®
    • Mobile App Development for Android™ with Java
    • Electrical Engineering with Arduino™
    • Character Modeling
    • VEX® Robotics Design Systems with ROBOTC

    JOB DESCRIPTIONS

    DIRECTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Regional Manager

    Directors are the onsite representative of iD, responsible for fostering a FUN environment in which students are able to learn new technology and think creatively! With the support and guidance of a nationwide team, the Director leads a team of instructors in the day to day program operations. In addition to maintaining the satisfaction of all students, parents, staff and university contacts, the Director will act as the Camp Health Officer and will administer all camper medications and perform camper health assessments. Maintaining a safe, supportive, and enjoyable atmosphere is crucial. At locations with an overnight program, he or she is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Lead weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Become acquainted with all courses, products, and software
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Plan and execute an organized check-in each session
    • Plan, organize, and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Maintain positive staff and student morale
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your manager

    SUPERVISORY

    • Ensure that staff and students are meeting curriculum goals
    • Conduct mid-season and end of season performance reviews of staff members
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Act as an emergency substitute for sick/absent Instructor
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each week
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate must demonstrate proficiency in Word and Excel. Directors must have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate effectively via email, cell phone, and hand-written documents. In addition, the candidate would also have a background working with kids and teens. Previous camp or managerial experience is required. The ideal candidate would have a college degree in a related field. Some jurisdictions require Directors be at least 25 years old (by the start of camp). Knowledge of computer networking and/or curriculum software is a plus.

    ACTIVITIES COORDINATOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Activities Coordinator plans and leads social activities on nights and weekends to help foster a FUN environment. In addition, the he or she will ensure proper supervision ratios, assess risk in camp activities, and take necessary safety precautions. The Activities Coordinator works closely with the Director to maintain the satisfaction of all students in the program. This is an overnight position and all Activities Coordinators are required to be available during nights and weekends.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn iD’s Activities Curriculum prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (includes leading icebreakers, directing families, etc.)
    • Organize and lead a daily schedule of activities
    • Act as Director while Camp Director is on scheduled breaks
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    SUPERVISORY

    • Ensure that staff and students are getting to know each other and creating lasting memories
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each weekend
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy on weekends
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log on weekends
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The desired candidate would have experience working with kids and teens in a traditional camp environment. The Activities Coordinator should have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate confidently and clearly to large groups of people. A background in Theatre, Youth Group Leadership, or Sports and Recreation is a plus. Some jurisdictions require the Activities Coordinator be at least 21 years old (by the start of camp).

    LEAD INSTRUCTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Lead Instructor is an experienced and highly qualified technical Instructor that assists the Director with technical support, motivating staff, creating a FUN learning environment, project back-ups, and administrative tasks. Acting as a role model for their team, a Lead Instructor is in charge of continuously supervising students, and maintaining a safe atmosphere. At locations with an overnight program, the Lead Instructor is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn software and curriculum for multiple courses prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakers, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Act as Director while Camp Director is on scheduled breaks
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    SUPERVISORY & INSTRUCTIONAL

    • Prepare lesson plans, and teach a class with up to 8 students
    • Assist Director in ensuring all students in the program are meeting curriculum goals
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Assist Director with maintaining positive staff and student morale
    • Ensure proper project back-up procedures are followed by all staff
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • In lieu of Director, administer camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have expertise in two or more areas of technology pertinent to the program. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate flexibility, energy, positivity, leadership abilities, and strong communication skills. A background working with kids, teens and camp experience is highly recommended. The ideal candidate would have completed 2+ years of college and previous iD experience. Applicants under 18 will not be considered.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR iD PROGRAMMING ACADEMY CANDIDATES

    The desired candidate would have demonstrated ability to work with teens and experience teaching complex concepts. Qualified candidates will demonstrate expertise in programming applications. Instructors will have advanced knowledge in Objective C, C++, Java™, PHP and other development tools, such as iOS® and/or Android™ SDK. Work samples that include professional project work is highly desirable.

    INSTRUCTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    An Instructor is responsible for creating the ultimate iD experience! This includes fostering a FUN and SAFE environment while helping students learn new technology and think creatively. In addition to creating an engaging learning environment, an Instructor is in charge of continuously supervising students, leading games and activities, and maintaining a safe atmosphere while on duty.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn software and curriculum for multiple courses prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    GENERAL

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakers, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director

    INSTRUCTIONAL

    • Prepare lesson plans, and teach a class with up to 8 students
    • Ensure all students are meeting set curriculum goals
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Socialize with families during points of contact
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have expertise in two or more areas of technology pertinent to the program. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate flexibility, energy, positivity, leadership abilities, and strong communication skills. A background working with kids, teens and camp experience is highly recommended. The ideal candidate would have completed 2+ years of college and previous iD experience. Applicants under 18 will not be considered.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR iD PROGRAMMING ACADEMY CANDIDATES

    The desired candidate would have demonstrated ability to work with teens and experience teaching complex concepts. Qualified candidates will demonstrate expertise in programming applications. Instructors will have advanced knowledge in Objective C, C++, Java™, PHP and other development tools, such as iOS® and/or Android™ SDK. Work samples that include professional project work is highly desirable.


  • iD FILM ACADEMY
  • iD FILM ACADEMY JOBS

    iD Film Academy is a premier summer program focusing on filmmaking and photography for teens. Faculty members who teach our film production courses break down the fundamentals of film theory, and guide students in DV camera operation, sound design, editing, and DVD authoring. Instructors facilitate hands-on learning with Apple® Final Cut Studio® (with Final Cut Pro®), Adobe® After Effects®, Adobe® Photoshop® and more.

    If you love teaching and visual arts, have professional experience in film or photography, and an impressive portfolio of your work, we want YOU on the iD team! We offer courses such as Professional Photography, Visual FX with Final Cut Pro® & Adobe® After Effects®, and iD Film Studios 101. Interested applicants must provide a portfolio of work to be considered for these select positions. Equipped to teach and inspire aspiring visual artists? Apply now.

    Please note: iD Film Academy is an affiliated program of iD Tech, which uses a single employment process for all programs and positions.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    ALL TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR & PROGRAM MANAGEMENT APPLICANTS

    • Experience or a genuine desire to work with kids and/or teens
    • Strong communication skills
    • Leadership experience
    • A positive and team-player attitude
    • Flexibility
    • A sense of humor
    • Energy and stamina

    DIRECTOR & ASSISTANT DIRECTOR APPLICANTS

    • Proven leadership
    • Problem solving
    • Ability to maintain a sense of humor while multi-tasking
    • Exceptional customer service
    • Delegation and team management
    • Interest and experience in working with kids and/or teens

    LEAD INSTRUCTOR & INSTRUCTOR APPLICANTS

    Qualified Lead Instructors and Instructors will demonstrate proficiency in one or more of the following areas:

    • Narrative and Documentary Filmmaking Experience
    • Editing with Apple® Final Cut Pro X®
    • VFX and Motion Graphics in Adobe® After Effects®
    • Adobe® Photoshop® and Adobe® Lightroom®
    • DSLR Camera Expertise
    • Lighting for Video and Still Photography

    JOB DESCRIPTIONS

    DIRECTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Regional Manager

    Directors are the onsite representative of iD, responsible for fostering a FUN environment in which students are able to learn new technology and think creatively! With the support and guidance of a nationwide team, the Director leads a team of instructors in the day to day program operations. In addition to maintaining the satisfaction of all students, parents, staff and university contacts, the Director will act as the Camp Health Officer and will administer all camper medications and perform camper health assessments. Maintaining a safe, supportive, and enjoyable atmosphere is crucial. At locations with an overnight program, he or she is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Lead weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Become acquainted with all courses, products, and software
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Plan and execute an organized check-in each session
    • Plan, organize, and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Maintain positive staff and student morale
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your manager

    SUPERVISORY

    • Ensure that staff and students are meeting curriculum goals
    • Conduct mid-season and end of season performance reviews of staff members
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Act as an emergency substitute for sick/absent Instructor
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each week
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate must demonstrate proficiency in Word and Excel. Directors must have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate effectively via email, cell phone, and hand-written documents. In addition, the candidate would also have a background working with kids and teens. Previous camp or managerial experience is required. The ideal candidate would have a college degree in a related field. Some jurisdictions require Directors be at least 25 years old (by the start of camp). Knowledge of computer networking and/or curriculum software is a plus.

    ACTIVITIES COORDINATOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Activities Coordinator plans and leads social activities on nights and weekends to help foster a FUN environment. In addition, the he or she will ensure proper supervision ratios, assess risk in camp activities, and take necessary safety precautions. The Activities Coordinator works closely with the Director to maintain the satisfaction of all students in the program. This is an overnight position and all Activities Coordinators are required to be available during nights and weekends.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn iD’s Activities Curriculum prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (includes leading icebreakers, directing families, etc.)
    • Organize and lead a daily schedule of activities
    • Act as Director while Camp Director is on scheduled breaks
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    SUPERVISORY

    • Ensure that staff and students are getting to know each other and creating lasting memories
    • Ensure appropriate supervision ratios are maintained
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Be continuously available to staff and students while on duty
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Execute an organized camper medication check-in and check-out each weekend
    • Administer all camper medications with 100% accuracy on weekends
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log on weekends
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The desired candidate would have experience working with kids and teens in a traditional camp environment. The Activities Coordinator should have strong organizational skills and be able to communicate confidently and clearly to large groups of people. A background in Theatre, Youth Group Leadership, or Sports and Recreation is a plus. Some jurisdictions require the Activities Coordinator be at least 21 years old (by the start of camp).

    LEAD INSTRUCTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    The Lead Instructor is an experienced and highly qualified technical Instructor that assists the Director with technical support, motivating staff, creating a FUN learning environment, project back-ups, and administrative tasks. Acting as a role model for their team, a Lead Instructor is in charge of continuously supervising students, and maintaining a safe atmosphere. At locations with an overnight program, the Lead Instructor is required to stay on campus.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn software and curriculum for multiple courses prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    ADMINISTRATIVE

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakers, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Act as Director while Camp Director is on scheduled breaks
    • Meet weekly Quality Assurance measurements
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director or Regional Manager

    SUPERVISORY & INSTRUCTIONAL

    • Prepare lesson plans, and teach a class with up to 8 students
    • Assist Director in ensuring all students in the program are meeting curriculum goals
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Assist Director with maintaining positive staff and student morale
    • Ensure proper project back-up procedures are followed by all staff
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • In lieu of Director, administer camper medications with 100% accuracy
    • Maintain accurate, up to date medications and health log
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have expertise in two or more areas of technology pertinent to the program. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate flexibility, energy, positivity, leadership abilities, and strong communication skills. A background working with kids, teens and camp experience is highly recommended. The ideal candidate would have completed 2+ years of college and previous iD experience. Applicants under 18 will not be considered.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR iD FILM ACADEMY CANDIDATES

    The desired candidate would have demonstrated ability to work with teens and experience teaching complex concepts. Qualified candidates will have worked as a professional in video production or commercial photography. Instructor will have advanced knowledge of Final Cut Pro® and the Adobe® Creative Suite® programs, including After Effects®, Photoshop® and Lightroom®. A portfolio that includes publicly screened film work or professional photography is highly desirable.

    INSTRUCTOR

    SUMMARY

    Reports to: Director

    An Instructor is responsible for creating the ultimate iD experience! This includes fostering a FUN and SAFE environment while helping students learn new technology and think creatively. In addition to creating an engaging learning environment, an Instructor is in charge of continuously supervising students, leading games and activities, and maintaining a safe atmosphere while on duty.

    CERTIFICATION AND TRAINING

    • Attend in person and online Regional Staff Trainings
    • Attend weekend onsite orientation session
    • Complete ALL paperwork and training requirements
    • Learn software and curriculum for multiple courses prior to onsite orientation
    • Obtain both CPR and FIRST AID Certification prior to training
    • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB

    GENERAL

    • Assist with location set-up, tear down and product inventory/assessment – ability to lift 50lbs
    • Assist with check-in each session (may include leading icebreakers, directing parents, processing paperwork, etc.)
    • Plan and participate in indoor and outdoor activities for students
    • Additional duties as needed and assigned by your Director

    INSTRUCTIONAL

    • Prepare lesson plans, and teach a class with up to 8 students
    • Ensure all students are meeting set curriculum goals
    • Apply behavior management techniques to enforce rules and safety regulations
    • Socialize with families during points of contact
    • Escort students to and from dining halls – traveling up to 1 mile

    HEALTH, SAFETY & FIRST-AID

    • Supervise all students and maintain a safe environment
    • Respond to and document critical incidents – have good hearing, eye sight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
    • Perform CPR and FIRST AID

    QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE

    The ideal candidate would have expertise in two or more areas of technology pertinent to the program. In addition, the candidate must demonstrate flexibility, energy, positivity, leadership abilities, and strong communication skills. A background working with kids, teens and camp experience is highly recommended. The ideal candidate would have completed 2+ years of college and previous iD experience. Applicants under 18 will not be considered.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR iD FILM ACADEMY CANDIDATES

    The desired candidate would have demonstrated ability to work with teens and experience teaching complex concepts. Qualified candidates will have worked as a professional in video production or commercial photography. Instructor will have advanced knowledge of Final Cut Pro® and the Adobe® Creative Suite® programs, including After Effects®, Photoshop® and Lightroom®. A portfolio that includes publicly screened film work or professional photography is highly desirable.