Title: Camp Nurse
Work Schedule 37.5 hours per week, M-F 8:30AM-4:00PM
Program Date: June 24-August 23, 2019
Report to: Program and Events Manager
A nursing role at Concord Recreation is a multi-faceted, fast paced position. Those in this role must love
and embrace not only the camp environment but also the camp philosophy, which is that our campers
come first, we work as a team, and campers are here to have fun! We strive to assure that all campers,
regardless of their medical needs, are engaged in all camp activities while having the care and
medication needs met. Nurses are responsible for assisting campers with all activities of daily living
(toileting, eating, dressing, etc.) as well as dispensing medications, administering first aid for minor
injuries, adhering to medication protocols, and assuring accurate record keeping. Nurses must
communicate clearly with all staff, parents, and leadership staff to assure health and safety for all
campers and staff.
Work with a diverse group of people in a proactive, solution focused manner.
Prepare and set-up nursing area, including inventory of medical supplies, ordering medical
supplies and ensuring availability of adequate materials for summer season.
Review all medical information for all summer camp participants prior to the start of camp.
Communicate medical issues with staff as necessary without compromising participant
Follow the Department of Public Health Guidelines in regulation to exclusion and readmission of
campers in connection with infectious and contagious diseases.
Triage campers and or staff with an injury, illness or accident and provides appropriate
intervention, following protocols and policy.
Supervise the administration and storage of medication in compliance with camp policy and
Administer medications and basic first aid care, as needed.
Oversee all documentation as required by the Board of Health including medical logs.
Support campers in activities of daily living, as needed.
Interact with and work as a team player with other staff, participants, volunteers, and
Serve as a positive role model to program participants and staff.
Other duties are required by supervisor.
RECOMMENDED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse, required.
Public Health or School Nurse, preferred
Must have a valid driver’s license.
$20-$35 per hour based on prior experience and licenses.
To apply for this position, please visit www.concordma.gov/jobs to fill out our online employment
application form and submit along with your resume, cover letter, and copies of your current
certifications. Questions? Contact Mardi Hutchinson, Recreation Supervisor, at the Recreation
Department by calling 978-287-1054.