Pembina Valley Bible Camp has a job opening for a full time administration position.
-Agrees to follow and uphold the PVBC statement of faith and code of ethics
-Skills to work independently and carry out all administrative/secretarial tasks
-Excellent organizational, prioritization and communication skills
-Competent with photocopier and other regular office procedures
-Ability to receive instruction and delegation and assist the leadership
-Beneficial to have previous camp and administrative experience or other related ministry experience
-Strong Computer skills w/experience using Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook. Experience with WordPress a plus.
-Bookkeeping ability is a must Experience with the Simply accounting program a plus
-To execute office responsibilities of the secretarial and book keeping kind
-Bookkeeping responsibilities include; accounts payable, customer invoicing, payroll for all staff, as well as assisting with month end processes
-Secretarial responsibilities include: answering the phone, taking phone messages, responding to certain emails for camp, processing mail, organizing files, keeping office area tidy
-Participation in camp activities such as banquets, camp festival, ride-a-thon as well as hosting some rentals
-Be directly responsible to the camp director and available to assist the summer ministry director
-Execute the majority of the office administrative procedures for staff and campers, including camper registration
-Responsible for maintaining financial records of programs, operations, staff and facilities together with the Camp Director and assistance of the Board Treasurer
-Responsible for assisting in fundraising activities through mass mailings, emails and social media
-Understand and be ready to communicate emergency procedures, as well as proper safety procedures.
-Assist in pre-camp and in-service staff trainings
-Some duties may be reassigned or assigned as required, additional training may be provided as required.
Salary and housing accommodations will be based on experience and discussed with camp director at the time of the interview.
Hours of work are: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Statement of faith and code of ethics can be seen here.
Please send resume to:
Pembina Valley Bible Camp
RR1 Box 1
Darlingford, MB R0G 0L0
Hey everyone! The 2014 Ride-A-Thon is coming up real quick! Here is all the information you’ll need as well as the pledge sheets.
When: Welcome to come Friday evening on Sept 19. The Ride will take place Saturday, Sept 20. Registration starts at 9:00 am. Overnight accommodations available for Friday to Saturday night.
Where: At Pembina Valley Bible Camp
Who: Riders of all ages welcome. (Riders must be over age 12 to ride a camp horse.)
The Grand Prize A registered quarter horse yearling, donated by Sandy Ridge Ranch! For every $150.00 you raise your name will be put into the draw for the grand prize. (ex: $600.00 raised, your name is entered four times)
Prizes and Give-a-ways Your name will be put in the draw bucket once for the other prizes. A minimum of $100.00 is required to be eligible for the draw bucket.
Where are the Funds Going and What is our Goal? We have started the Tack Shed and Barn projects and have been blessed to maintain a good level of stewardship in this area of ministry. Now we would like to finish off the project. Help us see this area reach another level for year round opportunities. Our goal is to finish by raising $25,000.00 this year! Join us!
- 25 people give $1,000.00
- 50 people give $500.00
- 100 people give $250.00
- 200 people give $125.00
- 250 people give $100.0
When Fundraising, Remember:
- All donations over $10.00 will be receipted.
- Neatly print all information for every donor.
- Collect all your pledges and bring the monies raised with you to registration the day of the ride.
- You are not allowed to combine your amount raised with someone else to be entered for the grand prize.
Overnight Accommodations: Available for Friday, Sept 19th to Saturday, Sept 20th. Please call ahead to reserve your overnight accommodations. All overnight accommodations by donation.
- Tent Sites: Sites can fit approximately 2 tents per site. No electrical, no water. Fire rings and fire wood supplied. Shower house is available for washrooms and showers.
- Chalets: Can house 10 people. Full bathrooms and showers in each chalet. Open room with bunks. No separate bedrooms.
Ride A Thon Schedule: Friday Night, Sept 19
- Book a camping site or cabin and come and stay the night.
- The camp obstacle course and riding arena will be available for your use.
Saturday, Sept 20
- Registration at 9:00am. Muffins provided at registration
- Those riding Camp horses meet at corrals at 9:30 am
- Bring your own horse riders meet at corrals at 10:00am
- Lunch on the trail, and Supper provided.
- Return from ride between 3:30-4:00, stay for supper, closing program and draw for the Grand Prize.
Camp Horse Use: Camp horses can be reserved ahead of time. All camp horses will be placed in a trail order by the head wrangler and remain in order during the Ride A Thon. The ride will be at a pace appropriate for beginner riders. Camp horses are not available for use on Friday evening. All riders must be over the age of 12 and be confident on horseback. (This full day trail ride is not a good place to learn how to ride a horse for the first time.) PVBC staff will supervise all camp horse activities throughout the trail ride. Adult supervision for riders under age 18 is required. Those riding camp horses will meet at the horse corrals at 9:30am on the day of the ride. Bringing Your Own Horse:
- Please bring your own penning, feed, and water bucket for your horses if you will be staying the night. PVBC does not have corrals available for your use.
- To make the ride enjoyable for everyone, the Ride A Thon will be at a pace appropriate for beginner riders. Please be considerate of others throughout the ride.
- PVBC does not take responsibility for riders bringing their own horses under age the age of 18. All riders under 18 years of age are required to have adult supervision riding with them.
Don’t miss your chance to be at Dance Camp 2014! We’ve got incredible instructors, great friends, awesome atmosphere and we would love for you to be a part of it! Register today!
The words ‘seasons’ and ‘transition’ have been plentiful around camp lately. With the arrival of spring, on the calendar if not in the weather, comes a natural change of season in camp ministry. More staff come on board and preparations for the summer program kick into high gear. We added 15 staff to our community in the first week of May, bringing our staff family to a nice round total of 33 for this season. God is at work at His camp in the Valley and in the lives of the people He has chosen to place here in this time.
During the first week of our Spring Staff season we chose to spend an extensive amount of time in worship and prayer, asking God to guide and direct our team to prepare for summer in the way that He has asked us to. It has been an exciting 3 weeks as God answers those prayers and moves in the hearts of our staff. Through those prayers we have been preparing in confidence for the ‘harvest season’ of summer camp that God has prepared for us.
Please pray for our team as we prepare for our summer season. Pray that God will move in our hearts, that He will grant us the courage to be obedient to His Holy Spirit, and that we will be faithful in the Ministry that He has called us to.
Our Spring Team is:
Ben Wiebe: Music Ministry
Cameron McNabb: Wilderness
Daniel Harder: Mountain Bikes
Daniel McInnes: Weaponry/Program
Joe Enns: Ministry Training
Josh Kehler: Program
Lucas Wiens: Paintball
Scott Harder: Maintenance
Ainslee Warkentin: Wrangler
Janice Giesbrecht: Drama/EDGE
Kaitlyn Rempel: Creative Arts
Lucienne Elias: Food Services
Joanne Krahn: Dance/Climbing Wall
Brette Elias: Dance/Climbing Wall
Rebecca Wall: Integration
Meet Them! High Five Them!