Join Our Team

We are always looking for exceptional, passionate people to join the Ramah Darom team! Whether you are looking for seasonal employment, full-time or part-time work, or volunteer opportunities we have positions available for hard-working, dependable team players. Click on the area that best fits your interests and skills.

Full-Time Positions

No full-time positions are currently available. Please review our season and part-time opportunities below.

Seasonal & Part-Time Employment

Paid summer and year-round retreat positions are available for motivated, energetic, positive individuals who want to spend their summer (or time throughout the year) teaching, coaching, and caring for our incredible children and raising the next generation of Jewish community leaders.

Interested in working at Camp this summer? Reach out to awasser@ramahdarom.org.

Retreat Counselors, Lifeguards & Babysitters

Interested in working at a Year-Round Retreat? Scroll down to learn more and reach out to rherman@ramahdarom.org.

Interested in working at Camp Ramah Darom? Please reach out to awasser@ramahdarom.org.

Dining & Kitchen Staff

Positions are available in the kitchen and dining room during summer camp and year-round retreats.

  • Front of House Support Staff
  • Dishwashers
  • Kitchen Staff

Please reach out to Anthony Franklin, Director of Campus Operations at afranklin@ramahdarom.org or 706.782.9307 for more information.

Maintenance & Facilities Staff

Positions are available for dependable facility maintenance, utility and logistics staff. Note that this is hands-on physical work. Must be able to lift and move 50 lbs. Please reach out to Anthony Franklin, Director of Campus Operations at afranklin@ramahdarom.org or 706.782.9307 for more information.

Volunteer & Committee Opportunites

Join Our Board

Our Board of Directors and Board Committees bring together committed community members, camper parents, retreat participants and alumni from across the United States who donate their time in support of our North Star. The Board of Directors and Board Committees guide and support the efforts of our organization’s professional staff.

The Ramah Darom Board of Directors includes up to 25 members who are elected at our Annual Meeting each May. The Board has responsibility for overseeing all aspects of the organization consistent with our By-Laws. Each year, the Governance Committee nominates potential Board members who bring expertise in areas of key importance to our organization and who represent Ramah Darom’s core southeast communities. Directors may serve for two consecutive three-year terms. Executive Committee members may serve for an additional three two-year terms. Our Board of Directors meets several times each year.

Ramah Darom Board Committees include interested community members with specific areas of expertise, or with interest in key Ramah Darom programs. Committee members are appointed by our Board President based on recommendation from each Committee Chair and our professional staff. Committee members can be appointed at any time and serve terms ranging from one to several years. Serving on a Committee is often a stepping stone to being nominated to serve on the Board of Directors. Current Ramah Darom Committees include:

  • Budget & Finance
  • Camp
  • Development
  • Facilities
  • Governance
  • Medical
  • Retreats
  • Scholarship
  • Security


The Ramah Darom Foundation Board of Directors consists of up to 15 members who are elected annually by the Ramah Darom Board and by current members of the Foundation Board. The Foundation Board has responsibility for managing the organization’s endowments. Directors may serve for terms of two, three or four years.

If you are interested in joining a Ramah Darom Committee or Board of Directors, please email Sharon Rosenfeld, Director of Development and Board Relations, at srosenfeld@ramahdarom.org.


All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, gender identity or expression, age, religion, height, weight, AIDS/HIV status, intellectual disability, mental disability, physical disability, including but not limited to blindness, unless it is shown that such disability prevents performance of the work involved, medical condition, handicap, national origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, domestic partnership status, parental status, military status, veteran or military discharge status, source of income or housing status or any other status protected by applicable law.