Medical Staff (Nurse)
OUR WORK IS DRIVEN BY SOLID CORE VALUES
Additional Job Details
- International Applicants Allowed?
- Work Visa Sponsoring Available
Who are We:
- We are not just any summer camp; we’re something more
- We provide a safe space for our campers from challenging neighborhoods in San Francisco
- We promote and value diverse, equitable, inclusive, and belonging within a strong staff community
- We influence & inspire our campers to help them become more successful & proactive adults
- We foster an environment that allows our staff to thrive and grow as professionals, no matter their chosen field
- We’re a ton of fun!
Who are You:
- You are a role model who will always put our youth first
- You have an unparalleled sense of integrity, emotional intelligence, & commitment to quality work
- You believe in the power of working and playing in nature
- You thrive while working collaboratively
- You are willing to learn, grow, & get better
- You value creativity, professionalism, empathy, & patience
The medical staff monitor the daily tasks and incidents of the infirmary, organizes logs and critical paperwork, and administers medications to campers and staff. Other responsibilities include providing basic first aid, serving as Camp’s first responder, monitoring health issues both in and outside of the infirmary, completing necessary paperwork/documentation, and ensuring all medical needs on site are met. The medical staff work as a close team, in collaboration with the Camp leadership team.
- Administers health checks for every camper on first day of each session
- Work with Camp Mendocino’s COVID-19 team to follow all health and safety protocols
- With the senior leadership, manage our COVID-19 response in case of symptoms developed or a positive test result
- Ensures that all medications are administered according to doctors’ orders or “as needed”
- Attends to “walk in” campers and staff with medical needs
- Acts as a first responder to emergencies at Camp
- Acts as a liaison with parents and/or doctors regarding camper medications, illnesses, and injuries
- Monitors and assesses all campers and staff in the infirmary, overnight as needed (medical staff housing is in the infirmary)
- Work 8 hours shifts and be “on call” in the evenings (2 days off per week)
- Provides health education on hydration, sleep, stress, and other best practices
- Monitors and maintains all logs and proper documentation
- Provides daily updates to Camp Director and Assistant Camp Director for Operations
- Current RN or EMT certification (California licenses)
- Experience being a first responder
- Ability to work with youth and staff in a positive manner
- Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
- Ability to handle difficult or stressful situations in a professional manner
- Exceptional interpersonal skills and ability to work well with others
- Excellent communication skills
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
- Experience/interest working at a summer camp
- California driver’s license
- Experience working with youth in a medical setting
- COVID-19 vaccination required upon employment
- Must be able to lift 50lbs.
- Must be able to walk on uneven terrain for at least 3 miles
- Must be able to be stand for 8 hours (with breaks)
- Must be able to work in temperatures ranging from 30° to 100°
- Temporary/Seasonal Summer position.
- Applicants should be available June 7 – August 7, 2023 to work & live on-site at our Camp location in Northern California (Mendocino County).
- Staff members work 40-56 hours/week depending on position with two days off per week. Days off vary per session.
- Lodging is provided for all staff on site. Camp Medical Staff will not be required to stay in a cabin with youth on a regular basis, but will be assigned bunk-style indoor housing that may be shared with up to 3 other staff members.
The wage range for this role takes into account the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions including but not limited to skill sets; experience and training; licensure and certifications; and other business and BGCSF needs. At BGCSF, our decisions are based on other factors and dependent on circumstances for each position. Depending on the need and requirement of the position, an individual could be hired at or near the entry level, mid – level or top of the range for their role and compensation. As such, a reasonable estimate for this temporary summer position from June 7 – August 7, 2023, is $4,000.
Boys & Girls Clubs of San Francisco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The information presented indicates the general nature and level of work expected of employees in this classification. It is not designed to contain, nor to be interpreted as, a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, qualifications and objectives required of employees assigned to this job.
If you’re excited about this opportunity, but your experience doesn’t align perfectly, we encourage you to apply anyways and attach a cover letter explaining why it would be a good fit. You may just be the right candidate!
IMPACT | GROWTH | COMMUNITY
- Onsite lodging is provided for all staff.
- Three cooked meals per day are provided onsite, including on days off (gluten-free, vegan, & vegetarian options).
- Free onsite laundry.
- Employee Assistance Program: In-Person Counseling + 24/7 Confidential Mental Health Support.
- Sick Time.
- Onsite workout facilities.
- Free Wifi access in the staff lounge.
- Free 1-year membership to the American Camp Association.