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The Salvation Army Northwest Division Camp Health Manager in Loon Lake, Washington

Description MISSION STATEMENT The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to meet human needs in His name without discrimination. EDUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE: P.N. Certificate, R.N. Certificate or M.D. Or At least 1 year experience in nursing or related field At least 1 year working with children KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED. Good communication skills Be detail oriented and well organized. Must be knowledgeable in the areas of children/personnel safety, planning, problem solving and crisis intervention. Be able to pass a child safety background check. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Make a physical check of campers on their arrival in camp and review ALL health records, discussing items with the counselors concerned. Be responsible for any drugs, medications and first aid kits brought to camp by campers or staff and use as directed by physician of the camper/staff (according to prescription) Administer all medications and treatments according to physicians\' order and keep all records of ALL such treatment. Maintain daily treatment \"log\" and insurance forms as required. Report all admissions to the Health Center to the Corps Youth Officer. Take injured campers or staff to Deer Park for treatment. During pre-camp training, discuss health and safety procedures, precautions and routines with staff. Guide the counselors in regard to their responsibilities in noting and reporting illness, injury or unsafe practices and conditions that might contribute to camper or staff accidents. Also, in reporting campers\' dietary habits such as failure to eat a variety of foods, rapid gain or loss of weight and any symptoms of disturbance such as restless sleep, nail biting, thumb sucking, bed wetting, withdrawal or homesickness. Prepare first-aid kits for emergency use to all counselors for use on hikes, outpost camps and trips and instruct counselors in current first-aid methods. All such treatments must be reported back to the nurse for inclusion with reports. In addition to the \"Close of Camp\" evaluation, make a written report to include: equipment inventory, requisitions for next summer, treatment records of campers and staff, infirmary and hospital admissions, visits to the doctor, recommendations for health department and medical examination records, and records for insurance companies. GENERAL DUTIES: Exhibit effective Christ-like conduct and service as an appropriate example for campers and Give support to the total camping program performing all other duties required to provide a consistently excellent program. Attend and participate in all camp programs as required including, but not limited to evening programs, chapel activities and staff meetings. Follow all policies and procedures. Maintain cleanliness and order in your person and living quarters. Assist with cleanup of the total camp at the end of teach session and at the conclusion of the summer. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Sit, walk, stand, bend, squat, climb, kneel, and twist on an intermittent or continuous basis. Grasp, push, pull objects, and reach overhead. Operate telephone and computer. Lift up to 25 lbs. Understand verbal and written information. Sweep, clean and perform other janitorial tasks as needed. Qualified individuals must be able to perform the essential duties of the position with or without accommodation. A qualified person with a disability may request a modification or adjustment to the job or work environment in order meet the physical requirements of the position. The Salvation Army will attempt to satisfy requests as long as the accommodation needed is reas