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Diabetes Camp Program Coordinator

The Diabetes Society of Santa Clara Valley is seeking a Camp Program Coordinator to develop, coordinate, and evaluate several camp department functions, including marketing the camp programs, planning the activity schedules for each camp, volunteer campsite staff recruitment, and procurement of product donations. This position recruits and oversees several individual in-house volunteers, interns, and upholds a high-level of confidentiality.

The Camp Program Coordinator oversees the processing of all volunteer campsite staff applications and background checks, and manages a public relations campaign for the camp program.

QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a background in program development, office administration, marketing and communications, with excellent written and verbal communication skills. Qualifications include:

This is a full-time position, 40 hours per week, $31K-$35K per year. Benefits include medical, dental, retirement, and paid vacation, holiday and sick time. This position is a great opportunity for a professional who is interested in camping and working in an atmosphere that is positive and nurturing. For more information or to forward your resume, please contact:

Thomas Smith
Director of Camps
Diabetes Society of Santa Clara Valley
1165 Lincoln Avenue, #300
San Jose, CA 95125
No phone calls please!

If you are interested in learning more about the Diabetes Society, visit our web site at This position is a great opportunity for someone who wants to work in an atmosphere that is positive and nurturing. Bilingual and people of color are encouraged to apply.

The Diabetes Society of Santa Clara Valley is an independent organization with no regional, state, or national affiliations. Our Mission is to provide an interactive community that improves the lives of people affected by diabetes through education, advocacy, and support services. Since 1963, the Diabetes Society has been dedicated to providing education and direct services to individuals with diabetes and educating the general public about the seriousness of this disease. Today, the Diabetes Society is the only organization in Northern California that provides as extensive a range of services and programs for people of all ages who suffer with diabetes. The Diabetes Society's health education programs provide for proper medical management of diabetes through education, one-on-one counseling with a registered nurse and/or dietitian, individualized diet and exercise plans, support groups, and educational camps for children and families.

January 5, 2005

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Last Updated: Wednesday January 05, 2005 19:00:26
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