Camp Nurse RN Requirements
Camp nurses are responsible for the health of all campers and staff attending the camp session. You will dispense all camper and staff medications and be available 24/7 for cuts, scrapes, insect bites, tummy aches, and everything else up to medical emergencies. You will review all Health Forms and disseminate all pertinent information, such as allergies, medical or psychiatric diagnoses, or behavioral issues and disabilities to appropriate DD and counselor.
You will keep all First Aid Kits well stocked and make an inventory of items that need to be restocked. You must have an active, unencumbered California state RN license and a current BLS or CPR certificate. It is recommended that applicants have recent nursing work with pediatrics.
As a cabin counselor, you will be developing relationships with and caring for 6 to 8 campers. You will be sleeping in the same cabin with them, encouraging them to take responsibility for their hygiene and actions, and helping them be on time to meals and activities. You will be guiding them as they have Morning Watch and leading them in Bible Exploration.
You will plan and carry out cabin activities with your own group of campers to encourage relationship building and end each evening with cabin devotions. You may assist or lead an activity each day and help plan and implement divisional and evening programs. You may have the opportunity to lead a Songfest or give a Campfire Talk to your division. You will serve alongside other counselors, with a Division Director to guide and encourage you.
This summer could be the most amazing summer of your life as you give yourself 100% for your campers. You may start mentoring relationships with your campers that could last the rest of your life. Be ready to be challenged! Be ready to serve! Be ready to be changed!
The archery instructor sets up the archery range, instructs and supervises archery classes, maintains the equipment and supplies and keeps records. There will be an Archery Coordinator who will be in charge of ordering any supplies that may be needed. The Archery Instructor must keep in close communication with the Archery Coordinator. You must be certified as an N.A.A. Level 1 Basic Instructor and be a minimum age of 18.
Mountain Bike Instructor
The mountain bike instructor must be knowledgeable of the workings of bikes, how to accomplish simple repairs, and the procedures for riding in the mountains. You will teach the mountain bike adventure activities, including instructing beginners and advanced riders. You will maintain the bicycles and equipment. You must be Cedarbrook Camp certified.
The lifeguard will be present at the summer camp pool whenever it is open. You may teach daily swimming classes, from beginner to advanced, and orient staff to pool safety emergency techniques. You will administer a swim test to all campers on the first day of the camp session. You must have a current Lifeguard certification and pass Cedarbrook’s skills checklist.
All camp staff will be provided with written personnel policies that address the following: