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Outdoor Science School Health Supervisor
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The Outdoor Science School (“OSS”) Health Supervisor is a Ministerial position. Ministerial staff render their work, stewardship, relationships and behavior as evidence of being followers of Jesus Christ while embracing and affirming Mount Hermon Association, Inc.’s (“MHA”) mission, vision and beliefs. They are responsible for defining, cultivating and leading MHA’s Christian community, conference programs, and retreats.
The OSS Health Supervisor implements all health protocols of OSS participants and staff, administers first aide when needed and doses medications daily while seeking to minister to the whole person: body, mind, and soul, as he/she lives out faith in fulfilling Heath Services responsibilities in a manner consistent with MHA’s mission, vision and values.
Key Job Accountabilities
• Oversee OSS Health Center and team.
• Interview each student who brings prescription medications to camp.
• Corroborate doctors’ orders with student’s/parent’s health forms and information.
• Store, handle, dose all medications and administer medications when present in compliance with MHA’s Medication Policy and Procedures.
• Be available on an on-call basis for emergencies.
• Oversee the health of the OSS community.
• Change and update as needed. Know camping health code and Public School health code.
• Complete and distribute Employee or Volunteer Incident Report, referral form and Worker’s Compensation Packet, or Camper’s incident Report and Campers insurance form.
• Communicate necessary health information to: OSS Administrators/Naturalists, and school teachers, including but not limited to: report any major issues to admin team, fielding questions, conduct 1st day orientation for teachers, etc.
• Maintain all pertinent records such as logbook; communication log, PHI, participants’ health records, phone log.
• Other duties as assigned.
• College graduate with minimum Registered Nurse (License California).
• Current first aid and CPR certification.
• Previous experience working with children ages 5th grade -8th grade.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Ability to relate to and assess elementary and middle school students
• Ability to relate to a variety of age groups
• Ability to accept guidance and supervision
• Know all policies and procedures, change and update as needed. Know camping health code and Public School health code.
• Be familiar with HIPAA Laws and PHI information.
The physical environment requires the employee to work both inside and outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, and dry/arid conditions. Requires sitting, standing, squatting, stooping, twisting, and hiking.
• Must agree to and comply with MHA’s employee driving guidelines for MHA-owned vehicles and personal vehicles for business purposes.
• Adherence to the basic principles as expressed in Mount Hermon’s Mission, Vision, Values and Commitment statements.
• Adherence to company dress code and professional standards for personal grooming and appearance.
• Satisfactory completion of background investigation, or valid work permit, as well as ability to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
* Includes 3-week winter break where no pay is earned.
Time: Part-Time Seasonal
Updated: 3/10/2020 1:52:40 PM
Daryl von Haunalter