Camp Nurse – Summer 2024At Perlman

Posted Dec 15, 2023 Job Length Summer

Description

Organization Summary: BBYO is the leading pluralistic, Jewish teen movement and has been providing exceptional leadership programs and identity enrichment experiences for more than 90 years. We offer year-round activities in hundreds of local communities and inspiring world-wide travel experiences enabling teens to explore areas of leadership, service, civic engagement, Israel education and Jewish values. Learn more about BBYO’s summer and travel programs at bbyo.org/teens/experiences/summer.

Chapter Leadership Training Conference (CLTC) is a 13-day program designed to develop and strengthen the leadership skills of BBYO chapter leaders. At CLTC, teens from across North America will form mock chapters and learn specific skills that help them lead their chapter at home. CLTC builds on a curriculum based on teens focusing on leadership development, program planning, and hands-on experience. CLTC is expected to reach 500 teens across 4 sessions throughout the summer.

International Leadership Training Conference (ILTC) is a 19-day program designed to hone leadership skills for teens serving (or aspiring to serve) as regional BBYO position-holders in their home communities. ILTC participants often become the top leaders of the BBYO teen movement, gaining skills in recruitment, program planning and civic engagement. ILTC is expected to reach 200 teens.

Kallah is a 3-week Jewish learning and spirituality institute that inspires teens to explore their Jewish identities and interests in a diverse, pluralistic setting encouraging questioning and experimentation. Kallah participants gain important Judaic skills and come away feeling a deeper connection to Jewish study, Israel and community. Kallah is expected to reach 200 teens.

Dates and Availability – * Preference will go to candidates available for consecutive program availability *

CLTC 1
Location: Poyntelle, PA
Work Commitment: Sunday, June 7 – June 23, 2024
CLTC 2
Location: Poyntelle, PA
Work Commitment: Sunday, June 23 – July 7, 2024
CLTC 3
Location: Poyntelle, PA
Work Commitment: Sunday, July 14 – July 28, 2024
CLTC 4
Location: Poyntelle, PA
Work Commitment: Sunday, July 28 – August 11, 2024
Perlman Summer* * Preference will go to candidates available for consecutive program availability *
Location: Lake Como, Pennsylvania
Work Commitment:
ILTC: Sunday, June 23 – July 15, 2024
Kallah: Sunday, July 14 – August 8, 2024
Perlman Summer*: Sunday, June 23 – August 8, 2024
Key Position Responsibilities Include (and are not limited to):

Reviewing participant medical files noting all needs, allergies, and medications that will be administered during the program.
Create medical administration record of home medications on Campdoc
Chart home medications on the MAR in a timely matter
Communicate and coordinate with pharmacy if discrepancy on home medications that were sent to camp
Record assessments and over the counter medications that were administered in health log on Campdoc
Keep a daily log of medications that are dispersed to participants and
Distribute all over the counter medication
Apply critical thinking and decision making within your scope of practice
Quick with decision making
Triage teens and staff that present with medical issues
Coordinate urgent care/telehealth visits with the camp director/wellness admin
Follow written orders and BBYO policies
Administer tests on teens/staff that present with symptoms of (Covid, strep and flu)
Follow policy for quarantining individuals
Lice checks and treatment, when needed
Communicate with parents/guardians of teens physical health has declined requiring a physician
Review medication ordered in advance through CampMeds system.
Collect medication at the beginning of each session – report list of teens who arrive with medication to Site Director.
Overseeing all emergency medical situations.
Travel with teens or staff needing outside treatment.
Communicate consistently with the director regarding any significant medical issues with participants.
Communicate with parents on any medical teen issues.
Participate in trainings prior to camp start date
Communicate with families prior to camp start date if specific needs must be discussed
Follow and Enforce all COVID camp guidelines.
Candidates should be personable, nurturing, comfortable with teenagers, and comfortable communicating with parents regarding specific medical concerns and issues. Candidates should have experience working in a school or camp environment with children and/or teenagers.

Position is not an agent, partner, or employee of BBYO. Position is an independent contract role.

For more information, please contact bbyosummer@bbyo.org or call 202-857-6549.

To apply for this position, please go to – www.bbyo.org/careers.

Qualifications: RN or Physician Assistant. Experience working with children/adolescents is a plus. Must have active license.

Compensation

1,000

Requirements

Qualifications: RN or Physician Assistant. Experience working with children/adolescents is a plus. Must have active license.

How to Apply

https://bbyo.org/about-us/careers-detail/?gh_jid=5471933

Contact Information

Camp Name

Perlman

Job Title

Camp Nurse – Summer 2024

Camp Address

661 Rose Hill Road Lake Como, Lake Como, Pennsylvania, 18437, United States