Looking to make a difference in a child's life? Interested in helping children reach their goals? Join our mission-driven team at ESF Camps & Experiences for a fun and rewarding summer as a Camp Nurse!
Camp Nurse hours can range from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, depending on location. Depending on the location, the Camp Nurse can work up to ten (10) consecutive weeks from mid-June through mid-August.
The Camp Nurse ensures the health and safety of all on-site campers, Team members and visitors; obtains and maintains health records and documents as required by ESF, state agencies and accreditation agencies; administers basic first aid and medications and responds to emergencies as necessary.
Essential Job Responsibilities:
Participate in all ESF Team Trainings as required, as well as pre-camp opening activities
Collect and maintain health records of campers and Team members in accordance with ESF Policies
Monitor, evaluate and follow appropriate ESF health and safety procedures and routines
Monitor health of campers and Team members participating in camp activities
Administer appropriate care in compliance with ESF Standards, Policies, Guidelines and Procedures
Serve as a liaison between ESF Camps and parents/guardians and campers
Understanding of, and ability to articulate and support, ESF Health and Safety Policies and Procedures
Assist parents and Team members with medical and health questions
Educate Team members on health and safety policies and procedures, including but not limited to, basic first aid, Epi-Pen and rescue inhaler administration, and serve as a resource for emergency response procedures
Manage Camp Nurse's office/area and ensure the office/area is clean, organized, and well-maintained
Maintain supply inventory and order as necessary
Work effectively with co-workers, typically one other Nurse on site, as a team and collaborate on various responsibilities
Valid license as a professional RN
Graduation from a NLN accredited program
BS in Nursing (preferred)
Pediatric nursing experience
First Aid Certification
Basic Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support, Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support Certifications (preferred)
Proven success in working with children and young adults with medical conditions, including but not limited to; food allergies, diabetes, seizure disorders (preferred)
Proven success in working with children and young adults with special needs and/or disabilities (preferred)
Reports directly to and takes direction from Site Director and Assistant Site Director regarding daily camp operations.
Reports directly to and takes direction from Director of Nursing and Camp Medical Doctor regarding nursing practice.
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