Camp Social Media Coordinator

at Unionville Alliance Church (view profile)
Location 4898 16th Avenue, Markham, Canada
Date Posted March 6, 2024
Category Summer Job
Job Type Full-time



Last summer, we had 400 campers join us for Power Up! Camps. The Camp Social Media Coordinator will support camps by capturing photos, videos and creating a vibrant social media space.  

Job Responsibilities 

May include, but are not limited to, the following: 

  • Capture vibrant, engaging photos and videos that attract a following on social media 
  • Envision and create weekly highlight videos for Summer Camp 
  • Create promotional and testimonial videos for distribution on social media, website, etc. as directed 
  • Improve image and video quality using various editing methods 
  • Organize and maintain photo and video archives 
  • Attend appropriate educational opportunities  
  • Communicate and work with camp staff as needed to create post-cards with photos for each camper team for each week post-camp 
  • Assist in 2-3 Sunday morning programs (scheduled in advance)  
  • Personal and professional development: Implement & monthly follow-up on SMART goals 
  • Perform related duties or special projects as assigned   
  • Complete a brief weekly reflection regarding experience, tasks and self-improvement  
  • Mandatory abuse prevention training 

Skills & Qualities 

  • A strong understanding of our church’s mission and purpose for camps. 
  • Must be energetic, self-motivated, and flexible.  
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills.  
  • Experience with photography, videography, and social media platforms. 
  • Willingness to accommodate specific individuals who cannot be captured on film. 
  • Friendliness and the ability to engage with the people they are capturing. 
  • Ability to prioritize and multi-task with strong attention to detail.


  • To be a fully devoted follower of Christ, living with character and integrity. 
  • Fully aligned with the mission, vision, and values of Unionville Alliance Church 
  • Is a team player and acts as a positive role model for children, youth, and fellow staff. 
  • Strong oral and written English communication. 
  • Organized, punctual, responsible, takes initiative and reliable.

Applicants must be 15-30 years old. Position is contingent upon obtaining the Canada Summer Job Grant.  

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