To provide nursing services, June-July 2019, for summer camps sponsored by Missouri University of Science and Technology. Utilize training for the review of health forms submitted by participants and to resolve questions or concerns with family about information provided; to collect/dispense medications as required during camps.
Goals of Position:
Skilled licensed professional nurse (LPN) or registered nurse (RN) responsible for the review of individual health forms prior to each camp check-in and resolve questions or concerns about information provided; will participate in each camp check-in to collect participant's medications brought and to interact with parents as needed; will daily administer medications, as supplied by participants of the 2019 summer camps, and in accordance with the prescribed instructions by physician. Hours required each week will fluctuate, dependent on the daily passes required by attendees on property each week (normally no more than 4 passes made daily during meals (~7:30 am; 12:00 noon; 5:00 pm and bedtime 9:30 pm).
Essential Job Functions:
Must be flexible in hours. Missouri S&T summer camps begin June 2 and end July 26, 2019. During this period, there are 12 camp check-ins on Sunday afternoons; and 2 check-ins on Tuesday. Specific camp dates can be found online at http://summer.mst.edu
Administer medications to campers in accordance with the Missouri S&T medication policy
Complete Missouri S&T required documentation relative to collection and distribution of medication
Participate in summer staff orientation to discuss general medication rules, regulations and expectations. Orientation is held just prior to first camp check-Lin (06/02/19); specific day/time TBD.
Other Job Duties:
Maintain professionalism at all times when interacting with other camp staff, camp participants or parents
Encourage respect for personal property, camp equipment, and facilities.
Cooperation with the entire summer camp team (faculty, staff, students) in working together for the welfare of the campers, and campus community.
To inform the camp director/coordinator immediately of any personal, medical, or social concerns witnessed involving campers and/or staff.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Demonstrate ability to practice flexibility to address last minute or unavoidable changes in schedule which might delay campers
Maintain privacy relative to minors and their information
Physical Aspects to the Job:
Ability to communicate and work with groups and provide necessary instruction to campers and staff.
Visual and auditory ability to identify and respond to environmental and other hazards if encountered
Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid; able to assist campers should there be an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury) and possess strength and endurance required to facilitate safety procedures.
LPN or RN with current Missouri license
Must be available to participate in Summer Camp Staff Training anticipated to be between May 29-June 1, 2019. Specific day/time TBD.
The final candidate is required to provide copies of official transcript(s) for any college degree(s) listed in application materials submitted. Copies of transcript(s) should be provided prior to the start of employment. In addition, the final candidate may be required to verify other credentials listed in application materials.
Failure to provide official transcript(s) or other required verification may result in the withdrawal of the job offer.
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