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Director of Northside Day Camps
JCC Chicago
300 Revere Drive
Northbrook, IL 60062

Principal Responsibilities:

The Director of Northside Camps is responsible for fostering community engagement through Day Camp and related programming in Rogers Park, Evanston, and Skokie communities. The Director will play a key role in the agency's trajectory of growth and accomplishment, and in supporting the development and implementation of programs that shape and define the JCC Chicago experience for the Northside community.

This individual will be responsible for supervising staff at two locations during the summer and one year round employee as well. Highly visible role for someone seeking the next step in their career. MUST have Day Camp Director Expereince.

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Agency Information:

We are a collaborative, dynamic, forward-looking team whose passion has a purpose. With Jewish values as our compass, we are moving JCC Chicago in new exciting directions. Join our team to help strengthen our community, enrich generations, nurture friendships, respect traditions and bring out the best in every life we touch.


Located at the intersection of Jewish and life, JCC Chicago is a life-affirming journey that builds on the richness and power of Jewish values. It begins wherever you are. In the greater Chicago area. And life.

For a young Jewish family in Lakeview, it begins at the Heller Center. Here a remarkable staff welcomes a child (and all the worry that comes with her), and surround her with loving attention as she takes her first Jewish steps.

For grandparents in Hyde Park, it begins with a special program where they can steal away the grandkids for a weekend all their own.

For a family in Lake County, it begins at Garoon Gateway to Science, an outdoor science park that pushes the envelope on JCCs commitment to learning.

For a group of retirees, it begins in Northbrook where they make good on a promise to get back in shape and strengthen their friendship along the way.

For an 8 year-old city kid, it begins on the near west side (not too far from where it all began) at a summer camp where its a toss up for a lasting memory.