Jobs

Available Positions:

  1. Attentive Onboarding Coordinator
  2. On-the-Ball Customer Success Coach (More Info)
  3. Out-of-the-Box Senior Accountant with Vision
  4. Process-Passionate Digital Marketing Assistant
  5. Adventurous Java Developer Intern

1) Attentive Onboarding Coordinator

Job Type: Full Time
Pay: $30k-$40k annually

Who we are:

Outdoor enthusiasts can use technology for anything…except some of their favorite hobbies. We’re solving this problem with an online reservation system named CampLife. CampLife makes campsite booking joyfully easy for guests, and campground management enjoyable for park staff.

CampLife is the fastest growing provider of campground management and online reservation software across North America. We’re also leading the way in cloud-based, desktop and mobile software as a service (SaaS) for campgrounds.

We’re an intentionally small company, and we take our time finding the right people who believe in our mission. For us, this isn’t just our job – it’s our passion! We take pride in our work and “own our own stuff.” We work hard to be proactive and solve problems. But most importantly, we know what good customer service looks and feels like. We’re either going to add value to the market by making campground management and reservations easy, or we’re going to find something else to do. To quote the great Yoda, “Do. Or Do Not. There is no try!” (Yes, we quoted Star Wars. This is a software company after all, and you can love the outdoors and geeky stuff at the same time. But don’t worry, you don’t need geeky interests to enjoy working here.)

Who you are:

  • Your friends describe you as a “go getter.”
  • You are a forward thinker who likes to embrace new technologies and find creative, efficient solutions.
  • You generally take life by the horns, but understand that you are not always the smartest person in the room.
  • You enjoy working with people, you’re collaborative, humble, willing to ask questions and provide answers.
  • You get that to succeed, everyone must succeed, and that customers come first.

What you can help us do:

Onboarding parks is about helping new customers transition onto our software and building a dependable relationship with them. Their first impression of our software will be based on the service you provide. For this experience to be positive and personal, you will need to be able to quickly gather pertinent details from customers, assess their business needs, capture that information, and input it into the software or communicate it to the appropriate members of our team so that when they go-live they can fully utilize the software efficiently and effectively. You’ll also ensure our customers that we care about their success.

What you need:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Excellent English communication skills, including writing, speaking, and listening
  • Organized and detailed work performance
  • Excellent customer service, time management, and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to manage project timelines and manage multiple projects simultaneously
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Excel
  • Business/Accounting education or experience a plus, but not required
  • Willingness to become familiar with the successes and challenges of our customers and a dedication to creatively solving those issues with a team

What we need:

Someone who works well with teams, but drives their own work forward. A person who provides useful, forward-thinking solutions and has the ability to explain complex technology in easy-to-understand language. Someone who can see the forest and the trees. And finally, someone who is genuinely cool, has an open spirit, is willing to learn and wants work to feel meaningful and fun.

Still reading? Fantastic!

We believe in hiring smart people and giving them the support they need. Besides working with a team fueled by a mission, you may also enjoy some of these perks:

  • Telecommute positions
  • Competitive paid time off plan, including holidays and your birthday
  • Health and vision insurance

If this sounds like the type of position that pumps you up (or at least makes you smile), please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@camplife.com. When you send those two items, tell us a bit about yourself:

  1. What was the last book you read and how did it impact you?
  2. How would you define an excellent team player?
  3. How have you served others in the past 12 months?

Send us your answers, and why you think they fit CampLife. We hope to hear from you soon!

2) On-the-Ball Customer Success Coach

Job Type: Full Time
Pay: $13-$17/hour

Who we are:

We believe the outdoors are for everyone and that it should be easy to go camping. But booking a campsite is still often a clumsy, frustrating ordeal. We’re making camping more accessible with an intuitive online reservation and property management system named CampLife.

CampLife is the fastest-growing provider of campground management and online reservation software across North America. Our Software as a Service (SaaS) applications run on desktops, mobile devices, and campground check-in kiosks.

We are an intentionally small company based in Mount Juliet, TN and take our time finding the right people who believe in our mission. For us, this is not just a job – it’s our passion! We take pride in our work and “own our own stuff.” We work hard to be proactive and solve problems. But most importantly, we get what good customer service looks and feels like. We either add value to the market by making campground management and reservations easy, or we find something else to do. To quote the great Yoda, “Do. Or Do Not. There is no try!”

Who you are:

  • Your friends describe you as a “go getter.”
  • You are a forward thinker who likes to embrace new technologies and find creative, efficient solutions.
  • You generally take life by the horns, but understand that you are not always the smartest person in the room.
  • You enjoy working with people, you’re collaborative, humble, willing to ask questions and provide answers.
  • You get that to succeed, everyone must succeed, and that customers come first.

What you can help us do:

Provide first level customer support via phone, email, and chat with our customers in such a friendly, responsive manner that they consider you one of their friends. Be able to quickly gather pertinent details from customers, skillfully problem solve, and resolve their questions or concerns in good time. Strive to anticipate customer needs and proactively offer training and support, so you can help customers address issues they didn’t even know they had. And work with our great team to find ways to make the administrative tasks and reservation process so simple for campground owners that they leave their desks and spend more time doing what they love – being outside and interacting with their guests.

What you need:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Excellent English communication skills, including writing, speaking, and listening
  • Organized and detailed work performance
  • Knowledge of computer systems, applications, procedures, and techniques
  • Excellent customer service, time management, and interpersonal skills
  • 2+ years customer support experience a plus, but not required
  • A desire to spend time getting to know the successes and challenges our customers face and finding creative, efficient ways to make their experience easier

What we need:

Someone who works well with teams, but drives their own work forward. A person who provides useful, forward-thinking solutions and has the ability to explain complex technology in easy-to-understand language. Someone who can see the forest and the trees. And finally, someone who is genuinely cool, has an open spirit, is willing to learn and wants work to feel meaningful and fun.

Still reading? Fantastic!

We believe in hiring smart people and giving them the support they need. Besides working with a team fueled by a mission, you may also enjoy some of these perks:

  • Telecommute positions
  • Competitive paid time off plan, including holidays and your birthday
  • Health and vision insurance for full-time positions

If this sounds like the type of position that pumps you up (or at least makes you smile), please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@camplife.com. When you send those two items, tell us a bit about yourself:

  1. What was the last book you read and how did it impact you?
  2. How would you define an excellent team player?
  3. How have you served others in the past 12 months?

Send us your answers, and why you think they fit CampLife. We hope to hear from you soon!

3) Out-of-the-Box Senior Accountant with Vision

Job Type: Full Time
Pay: $55k-$75k annually

Who we are:

We believe the outdoors are for everyone and that it should be easy to go camping. But booking a campsite is still often a clumsy, frustrating ordeal. We’re making camping more accessible with an intuitive online reservation and property management system named CampLife.

CampLife is the fastest-growing provider of campground management and online reservation software across North America. Our Software as a Service (SaaS) applications run on desktops, mobile devices, and campground check-in kiosks.

We are an intentionally small company based in Mount Juliet, TN and take our time finding the right people who believe in our mission. For us, this is not just a job – it’s our passion! We take pride in our work and “own our own stuff.” We work hard to be proactive and solve problems. But most importantly, we get what good customer service looks and feels like. We either add value to the market by making campground management and reservations easy, or we find something else to do. To quote the great Yoda, “Do. Or Do Not. There is no try!”

Who you are:

  • Your friends describe you as a “go getter.”
  • You are a forward thinker who likes to embrace new technologies and find creative, efficient solutions.
  • You generally take life by the horns, but understand that you are not always the smartest person in the room.
  • You enjoy working with people, you’re collaborative, humble, willing to ask questions and provide answers.
  • You get that to succeed, everyone must succeed, and that customers come first.

What you can help us do:

Prepare and analyze financial information, budgets, and profit forecasts. Evaluate and identify areas of the business for process improvements, and make recommendations to the Operations team on business opportunities. Assist in providing management and oversight of our financial systems to help us achieve (or surpass) our goals. Strive to anticipate business and team needs, and proactively offer training and support, so you can help team members contribute to the financial success of the business.

What you need:

  • Accounting or Finance related BA/BS
  • Small-Medium sized business experience a plus
  • 3-5 years experience preferred
  • Multitasking skills
  • MS Office and Excel proficiency
  • Ability to meet deadlines and excellent problem-solving ability
  • Excellent English communication skills, including writing, speaking, and listening
  • Organized and detailed work performance

What we need:

Someone who works well with teams, but drives their own work forward. A person who provides useful, forward-thinking solutions and has the ability to explain complex technology in easy-to-understand language. Someone who can see the forest and the trees. And finally, someone who is genuinely cool, has an open spirit, is willing to learn and wants work to feel meaningful and fun.

Still reading? Fantastic!

We believe in hiring smart people and giving them the support they need. Besides working with a team fueled by a mission, you may also enjoy some of these perks:

  • Telecommute positions
  • Competitive paid time off plan, including holidays and your birthday
  • Health and vision insurance for full-time positions

If this sounds like the type of position that pumps you up (or at least makes you smile), please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@camplife.com. When you send those two items, tell us a bit about yourself:

  1. What was the last book you read and how did it impact you?
  2. How would you define an excellent team player?
  3. How have you served others in the past 12 months?

Send us your answers, and why you think they fit CampLife. We hope to hear from you soon!

4) Process-Passionate Digital Marketing Assistant

Job Type: Part-time (30 hours)
Pay: $10-$13/hr

A little bit about who we are:

We believe the outdoors are for everyone and that it should be easy to go camping. But booking a campsite is still often a clumsy, frustrating ordeal. We’re making camping more accessible with an intuitive online reservation and property management system named CampLife.

CampLife is the fastest-growing provider of campground management and online reservation software across North America. Our Software as a Service (SaaS) applications run on desktops, mobile devices, and campground check-in kiosks.

We are an intentionally small company based in Mount Juliet, TN and take our time finding the right people who believe in our mission. For us, this is not just a job – it’s our passion! We take pride in our work and “own our own stuff.” We work hard to be proactive and solve problems. But most importantly, we get what good customer service looks and feels like. We either add value to the market by making campground management and reservations easy, or we find something else to do. To quote the great Yoda, “Do. Or Do Not. There is no try!”

Does this describe you?

You have an exceptional ability to communicate clearly and distill conversations into action items which you then take responsibility to accomplish. You are a detail-oriented and organized person who enjoys getting things done. You should be a task-oriented person who is good at creating processes, checklists and able to make sure responsibilities are completed on time.

  • Your friends describe you as a “go getter.”
  • You are a forward thinker who likes to embrace new technologies and find creative, efficient solutions.
  • You generally take life by the horns, but understand that you are not always the smartest person in the room.
  • You enjoy working with people, you’re collaborative, humble, willing to ask questions and provide answers.
  • You get that to succeed, everyone must succeed, and that customers come first.

Some things the Process-Passionate Digital Marketing Assistant can help us do:

We exist to improve campgrounds, but there are hundreds of parks around North America who do not know how we can help them. You can skillfully use software for digital marketing and market analysis, load and maintain online content for our website, blog, and social platforms, and manage email blasts/campaigns with such amazing attention to detail and organization that the world will have no doubts on how we can help improve their lives. You can perform the administrative tasks that help our marketing team with market research, help identify marketing trends and key opportunities for innovation, and format copy and do basic proofreading so that our marketing team will have the confidence that our message has been shared with the public in a way that makes their creative hearts smile. And you can juggle this variety of communications in such an organized and efficient manner that those around you will think it is magic, and wonder how you always get it done on time.

What you need:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Excellent English communication skills, including writing, speaking, and listening
  • Organized and detailed work performance
  • Excellent customer service, time management, and interpersonal skills
  • General comfort with technology; ability to learn software and procedures
  • Social media proficiency
  • Willingness to learn and contribute ideas
  • Willingness to become familiar with the successes and challenges of our customers and a dedication to creatively solving those issues with a team.
  • Though this is a remote position we do meet at a central location one week a quarter, so minimal travel is required

What we need:

Someone who works well with teams, but drives their own work forward. A person who provides useful, forward-thinking solutions and has the ability to explain complex technology in easy-to-understand language. Someone who can see the forest and the trees. And finally, someone who has an open spirit, is willing to learn and wants work to feel meaningful and fun.

Still reading? Fantastic!

We believe in hiring smart people and giving them the support they need. Besides working with a team fueled by a mission, you may also enjoy some of these perks:

  • Telecommute positions
  • Competitive paid time off plan, including holidays and your birthday
  • Health and vision insurance for full-time positions

If this sounds like the type of position that pumps you up (or at least makes you smile), please send a resume and cover letter to jobs@camplife.com. When you send those two items, tell us a bit about yourself:

  1. What was the last book you read and how did it impact you?
  2. How would you define an excellent team player?
  3. How have you served others in the past 12 months?

Send us your answers, and why you think they fit CampLife. We hope to hear from you soon!

5) Adventurous Java Developer Intern

Job Type: Part-time
Pay: Depends on experience

Who we are:

A few years ago, we set out on a journey to provide a solution to a problem that specifically impacted our lives. As outdoor enthusiasts, we were tired of being on the grid for everything except a huge portion of our life – planning time in nature! Frustrated by the clumsy, existing software for online reservations, we set about on a new adventure – make a simple, intuitive, and easy way to reserve campgrounds online.

We are the fastest growing provider of campground management and online reservation software in the industry and are leading the way in cloud-based, SaaS desktop, mobile and self-service kiosk based applications.

We are an intentionally small company based in Mount Juliet, TN and take our time finding the right people who believe in our mission. For us, this is not just a job – it’s our passion! We take pride in our work and “own our own stuff.” We work hard to be proactive and solve problems. But most importantly, we get what good customer service looks and feels like. We either add value to the market by making campground management and reservations easy, or we find something else to do. To quote the great Yoda, “Do. Or Do Not. There is no try!”

Who you are:

  • Your friends describe you as a “go getter.”
  • You are a forward thinker who likes to embrace new technologies and find creative, efficient solutions.
  • You generally take life by the horns, but understand that you are not always the smartest person in the room.
  • You enjoy working with people, you’re collaborative, humble, willing to ask questions and provide answers.
  • You get that to succeed, everyone must succeed, and that customers come first.

What you can help us do:

  • Design and code new features for our business rules platform
  • Assist with all aspects of the product lifecycle, from specifications through QA
  • Interact with cross functional teams to ensure timely delivery of the features
  • Collaborate with team members and document as needed

What you need:

  • Undergraduate major in computer science or related STEM field
  • Strong grasp of object-oriented language programming (C#, C++, or Java)
  • Experience with CSS, HTML, and Javascript or other related web-based technologies
  • Familiarity with Git version control
  • Good portfolio of past projects
  • A desire to spend time getting to know the successes and challenges our customers face and finding creative, efficient ways to make their experience easier
  • Experience with SQL and database management is a plus
  • Though this is a remote position we do meet at a central location one week a quarter, so minimal travel is required

What we need:

Someone who works well with teams, but drives their own work forward. A person who provides useful, forward-thinking solutions and has the ability to explain complex technology in easy-to-understand language. Someone who can see the forest and the trees. And finally, someone who has an open spirit, is willing to learn and wants work to feel meaningful and fun.

Still reading? Fantastic!

If this sounds like the type of position that pumps you up (or at least makes you smile), please send: an application, a sample of your best work, and your GitHub portfolio to jobs@camplife.com. When you send those items, tell us a bit about yourself:

  1. What was the last book you read and how did it impact you?
  2. How would you define an excellent team player?
  3. How have you served others in the past 12 months?

Send us your answers, and why you think they fit CampLife. We hope to hear from you soon!

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