Want to apply? Here is the OUB Staff Application 2017
Serve as health officer for a summer camp for children and youth who are blind or have low vision and/or other disabilities. Supervise health and cleanliness standards, obtain and maintain health records as required for state and accreditation agencies, perform health screenings, administer medications, respond to emergencies, and administer first aid. This position reports to the Camp Director.
Obtain, maintain and ensure the security of health records on all camp staff, campers and extended-stay volunteers, maintaining confidentiality of protected health information.
Perform intake health screens for campers and staff and for trips
Collect, organize and ensure the security of all camper, staff and volunteer medications
Administer all medications to campers, staff and extended-stay volunteers
Establish and maintain medication records, accident/incident reports, manage and safeguard medications, provide for proper disposal of medical waste, utilize approved standing orders, routine inspections of camp areas
Maintain appropriate inventory of supplies, place orders or purchase replacements, including first aid kits in all activity areas of camp
Maintain required communications with community health care professionals
Lead staff training pertaining to camp health and safety, CPR, first aid, and universal precautions for infection control
Identify a staff person to deputize to assist with health care needs; provide training for deputy health staff.
Participate in all of staff training.
Monitor health of campers and staff
Monitor and evaluate camp procedures, conditions and facilities and suggest improvements to promote more healthful conditions
Prepare a summary and evaluation of the camp season with suggestions for improvement, including inventories and reports of camper health issues
At the end of camp season, make sure the facilities are cleaned, equipment is inventoried and stored, and other duties as assigned to close camp
Learn and follow through with safety regulations and emergency procedures
NO SMOKING, USE OF ALCOHOL, or ILLEGAL DRUGS is permitted during summer employment with Opportunities Unlimited for the Blind
Submit all required paperwork on time
Licensed registered nurse, practical nurse, medical assistant or EMT in the state of Michigan
Current CPR and first aid certificates
Experience with children and youth preferred
Excellent organizational, interpersonal, written and oral communication skills
Ability to use basic computer skills to maintain and submit records and reports
Flexible and creative thinker, with the ability to react quickly and appropriately to challenging situations, proactive, dependable and cooperative
Adept at working in a team environment, as well as independently
Valid driver’s license with good driving record a plus
Access to reliable vehicle at any time a plus
Willingness to use own personal computer a plus
Courteous, polite, neat in appearance, and possessing good personal hygiene
Able to maintain confidentially in all matters
This is a 24-7 on-call position while camp is in session from June 12 – July 23. See camp schedule. This position may be filled as a job-share.
This job description is not a contract for employment.