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Summer First Aid Center Leader
Through our summer programs we seek to partner with urban communities to transform lives by providing a dedicated space to empower urban Christian ministry. The Oaks partners with urban ministries to share the love of Christ with inner-city youth from cities all over California. We seek to offer a summer program with a biblical foundation to build up youth in a safe Christian community that includes campers, staff, guest speakers, and ministry leaders. Our daily schedule is full of fun, high-energy activities, and meaningful biblical lessons. In the evenings campers enjoy large group games and our lively fire circle program with skits, worship, and inspired teaching. Each summer camp week begins on Sunday afternoon and ends Friday. The Oaks summer camp program serves ages 1st-3rd grade, 4th-6th grade, Jr. High, and Sr. High with a week dedicated to each.
Job Title: Summer First Aid Center Leader
Reports To: Program Director
Position Status: Full Time- Seasonal
Position Dates: May 29th – August 9th 2017, possibility of earlier start date to allow time for planning/training as needed.
Position Summary: This position is an integral part of The Oaks’ mission to provide excellent Christ centered youth programs for urban youth and families. The First Aid Center Leader is responsible for the supervision and provision of First Aid services while adhering to governing regulations, policies, and procedures.
Job Responsibilities & Duties:
1. Utilize summer first aid staff to ensure 24 hour coverage of the First Aid Center during camp program days, typically Sunday through Friday.
2. Provide appropriate medical care to campers and staff who are ill or injured and determine if further medical attention is needed.
3. Perform health screening on campers and manage a filing system for health history and waiver forms.
4. Set up and oversee a system for storing, securing and administering all medications. Administer camper and staff prescription medications as directed.
5. Dispense over-the-counter medications as appropriate.
6. Keep infirmary inventory suitably stocked, clean and organized.
7. Maintain appropriate medical record keeping, such as updating the daily medical log.
8. Ensure compliance with the requirements of the County Health Department, including mandatory reporting of applicable incidents.
9. Participate in and lead specific areas of staff training.
10. Monitor/evaluate camp procedures, facilities and conditions, and suggest to the Program Director modifications that would create more healthy conditions in camp.
11. Prepare a summary and end of season evaluation including inventories, staff evaluations and camper reports on health problems.
Time: Full-Time Seasonal
Updated: 1/27/2017 10:58:10 AM