Spring Heights Seeking New Director

By WV UMC Admin

Amy Mullins

Summer camp transforms lives, and no one knows that better than the staff who serve at camp. Amy Mullins has served at Spring Heights Camp and Retreat Center as a housekeeper, horse barn staff, administrative assistant, and Camp Director for the past seven years. After eleven years of supporting campers in their walk with Christ, Amy has chosen to resign as Camp Director and pursue her next adventure. December 31st will be her last day.

Amy, of course, is irreplaceable. However, we do need to hire a new Camp Director to oversee all the ministries of Spring Heights Camp and Retreat Center, including our mobile camp, DaySpring.

We are seeking someone bold in faith who knows who they are and can cast a clear vision for the future. Ideally, this person will have experience with facilities maintenance and planning as well as fundraising. Running camp is more than anyone can do alone, and a fantastic team of people at Spring Heights is eager to come alongside the new Director to help them succeed.

Join us in praying for the future of Spring Heights Camp and Retreat Center. Please share this fantastic opportunity with folks you know who may be a good fit.

To view the job posting, https://www.wvumc.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/10/Spring-Heights-Camp-Director-Job-Posting.pdf.

If you have questions about the position, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the Director of Young Disciples and Outdoor Ministries, Shea James, at sjames@wvumc.org. To learn more about Spring Heights Camp and Retreat Center, visit springheights.org.