Employment Opportunities

Employer Overview:

The Barbara C. Harris Center’s mission is rooted in the legacy of the Rt. Rev. Barbara C. Harris and the values of the Episcopal Church: welcome to all, especially the vulnerable; care for creation; and walking the way of love. We live our mission by caring for all who spend time at the center, offering space and direction for spiritual practice, and connecting to the natural world- through camps, retreats, conferences, and programs. All who visit will feel cared for in mind, body, and spirit and will be invited to deepen their values and expand their vision. In everything we do, we will: reflect the dignity, simplicity and bounty of the natural world , offer spiritual growth opportunities, rooted in and expanding on Episcopal identity, and strengthen right relationships in support of environmental and social justice

Think you would be a good fit with the BCH Center team?

Feel free to share your resume with us at info@bchcenter.org for consideration towards future openings.


Dates of Employment: 5-10 hours per week

Reports to: Executive Director

Position Purpose: To further the mission of the Barbara C. Harris Center by managing all financial aspects of the center and overseeing human resource policy and procedure.

Essential Job Functions:

  1. Providing excellent customer service to customers and vendors.
    1. Respond to emails and voicemails in a timely manner.
    2. Follow up with parents regarding outstanding payments, incomplete forms and financial aid.
    3. Maintain consistent and positive communication with customers and vendors.
  2. Managing all financial aspects of the center.
    1. Process accounts receivable and accounts payable.
    2. Process bi-weekly payroll.
    3. Reconcile bank statements.
    4. Oversee camper financial aid process; maintain spreadsheets, monitor statuses, record financial awards given.
    5. Reconcile accounts to ensure their accuracy.
    6. Create and run monthly and quarterly financial reports.
    7. Oversee yearly audit.
  3. Oversee human resource procedures.
    1. Maintain employee personnel records; run yearly criminal background checks on staff.
    2. Follow-up with summer camp staff regarding missing paperwork.
    3. Review, renew and update organization’s insurance policies (health insurance, pension, workmen’s compensation, umbrella liability, general liability, auto insurance and directors and officers insurance).
  4. Other:
    1. Special projects as assigned by the Executive Director


  • At least 5 years of bookkeeping experience.
  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Superior technical computer skills: familiarity with web-based registration platforms, Peachtree or similar accounting systems and Microsoft Office software.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Passion for hospitality and youth camping.
  • Familiarity with and/or openness towards the Episcopal faith.
  • Highly organized, systematic and efficient.
  • Polite, friendly and patient; excellent customer service skills; able to work under stress and high demand.


  • hourly, depending on experience

To apply, please send your resume to spencer@bchcenter.org

Part Time Housekeeper

Job Title: Part-Time Housekeeper I

Dates of Employment: 20-29 hours per week; Nonexempt

Reports to: Director of Operations

Position Purpose: To further the mission of the Barbara C. Harris Center by ensuring cleanliness of all BCH buildings.

Essential Job Functions:
1. Work with housekeeping staff to ensure:
◦ All building interiors are welcoming, clean, safe, and neat for guests, including office areas
◦ Guest lodging areas (rooms and cabins) are clean, beds properly made, bathrooms clean
◦ Linens are properly cleaned and maintained
◦ Guest kitchen and living room areas are properly stocked and cleaned
◦ Common bathrooms in all buildings are properly stocked and cleaned
◦ Floors and furnishings area clean and maintained
◦ All light bulbs are checked when cleaning
◦ Maintenance and facility issues are reported to maintenance staff

2. Review and understand weekly hospitality

3. Attend and participate in weekly housekeeping meetings

4. Other appropriate projects as assigned by Manager

Relationships: The Part-Time Housekeeper reports to the Director of Operations. The Full-Time Housekeeper works with all other housekeepers. The Barbara C. Harris Center maintains a supportive team atmosphere and the Full-Time Housekeeper is expected to be a positive and contributing member of the group.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Attentiveness to details of hospitality
• Enjoy seeing things clean and cared for
• Able to drive a full-size suburban on and off property
• Able to work nights and weekend as required

Physical Aspects of the Position:
• Able to lift and carry objects, walk up and down stairs, and move easily over property
• Able to lift 40 pounds unassisted, able to lift 60 pounds with assistance

• Hourly wage depending on experience and qualifications.
• Optional pro-rated health insurance
• Optional employee paid dental and health insurance
• Paid vacation and sick time.

To Apply, please send this application to caleb@bchcenter.org