Camp Nurse / EMT

Salary Range

$4,050 - $4,950 @ 9 Weeks

Summer Season

May 31st - July 15th (on site), Remote Check ins through August 14th 2022 *See additional info

*Salaries may be pro-rated by the week for a shorter season. 

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About the Position

Job Title: Camp Physician / Nurse / EMT Department: Camp Marshall
Immediate Supervisor: Summer Program Director Exempt Status: FLSA Exempt
Position Status: Seasonal Full Time Employee Salary Range: $4,050 – $4,950 DOE
Dates of Employment: May 31st – July 15, 2022 (on site)
*Remote – may be done by zoom – Part time July 16 – Aug 14th – Daily check in with day camps.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Planning & Preparation:
1. Become familiar with the goals and objectives of Camp Marshall, the Camp Commission and program
design. * This can be found on the website and in conversations with the Executive Director.
2. Become familiar with American Camp Association (ACA) standards as they pertain to the Standing
Orders for Camp Marshall and the Health Care Protocols.
3. Become familiar with the summer program weeks and program design. Each week will be different,
so it is important to understand the programs and the schedule well before arriving at camp.

Staff Training
4. Successful completion of staff training: Which includes being certified in First Aid/CPR, AED card
5. Inventory: Become familiar with inventory in the Health House. Also, inventory first aid kits located in
and around camp. This includes first aid kits in; the Camp Kitchen, Camp Truck, Waterfront, trip first
aid kit and first aid kits giving to counselors.
6. Order Supplies: Coordinate the purchase of needed supplies via a town run to Wal-Mart or online via
Amazon.
7. Inventory skills of other staff: Spend time with all of the staff and learn what “arts and crafts” skills they
have. It is quite possible there will be others on staff who have the skills to lead an activity and be a
leader.
8. Training Peers: During the second week of staff training teach counseling/program staff what you will
be doing at Arts and Crafts with an eye towards how staff are to work in the area during program
delivery to include, but not limited to: Cultivating conversations with campers around artistic
expression, supporting the classroom environment, feedback to campers as they are working, how to
clean up the class space at the end of every session.

Specific Responsibilities during program weeks:
1. Responsible to keep a written health care plan for camp, including guidelines in the following areas:
a) General routines for camp health care, sanitation, and medical record keeping
b) Provision of medical supplies and equipment
c) Become familiar with COVID protocols including; prevention, response to a potential exposure
including testing, quarantine and contacting families if there has been an exposure.
d) Relationships and agreements with medical personnel, hospitals, and providers of emergency
medical care
e) Outlining responsibilities of staff and camp health manager in providing health care
2. Ensures that each camper has signed permission from parent/guardian to seek medical treatment
and communicates with community emergency services as is necessary.
3. Ensures that each camper has a record of their COVID vaccination (unless under the age of five or
have a medical exemption) on record on the camp.
4. Serves as a designated health care manager who is on-site when campers are present, and who
supervises daily medical care including supervising any camper who is placed in the infirmary.
5. Will have standing orders approved in writing by a licensed physician which includes procedures for
dealing with common illnesses or injuries, and procedures for health screening and COVID 19
protocols.
6. Provides training to program staff in identifying their roles in camp health care, identifying situations
which should be attended to only by certified health personnel, and procedures to be followed when
dealing with medical waste.
7. Keeps daily camp health log and oversees accident reports when professional medical treatment is
necessary,
8. Serve as the primary contact person with Parent(s)/Guardians regarding health decisions made at
camp.
9. Other duties as assigned by the Executive or Program Director.

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