Director at iD Tech


Reports to Location 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, the Director is  required to stay on campus.


  • 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
  • May be required to be fingerprinted (based on location)



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


  • 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 & eyesight, mobility, be able to operate emergency exits
  • Perform CPR and FIRST AID


The ideal candidate must demonstrate proficiency in Google Suite (google drive, google docs, google sheets). 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. Must hold Pediatric & Adult CPR/First Aid/AED certifications in order to be eligible to work in this position. Some jurisdictions require Directors to be at least 25 years old (by the start of camp). Knowledge of computer networking and/or curriculum software is a plus.


The pay for this position varies by work location and camp size:

  • California: $1,350 - $1,450/week
  • Colorado: $1,000 - $1,100/week
  • New York: $1,225 -$1,325/week
  • Seattle: $1,625/week for overnight schedule
  • Other Washington locations: $1,375/week
  • Other locations: To be discussed in interview

This position is eligible for 401(k) once eligibility requirements are met and other benefits as required by state or local law.

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