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Seasonal Camp Health Supervisor – Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma

Post Date: January 31, 2023 at 3:15 pm

Application Deadline: April 1, 2023

Agency Name: Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma

Website Address:


Contact Name: Sharon Moyer

Job Inquiry Phone: 9187455257

Job Inquiry Email:


Job Opening Title: Seasonal Camp Health Supervisor

Job Opening Description:

If you are available for any part of our 8 week summer camp (1 week minimum increments) we have opportunities for you to serve Girl Scouts by living at the camp and taking care of the scrapes and scratches. You will manage camp’s health care center and all required regulations. Overall responsible for physical wellbeing of campers and staff. Experience in school or camp nursing preferred. Applicants must possess current RN certification, or other acceptable certification, and valid driver’s license. Minimum age: 25

Typically work Sunday afternoon through Friday. Resident Camp employment is seasonal, with dates of employment approximately May 28 – July 31.

1. Follow established procedures for supervising camper health and enforcing all safety regulations.
2. Assume responsibility for health and safety of campers and staff.
3. Maintain positive relations with families, visitors, and the public at all times.
4. Follow all camp rules and enforce them among campers and staff.
5. Actively participate in staff training and meetings.
6. Work cooperatively with unit, program, and administrative staff to provide an enjoyable environment for all campers.
7. Provide opportunities so that each camper will have a positive camping experience.
8. Participate and instruct campers in emergency procedures.
9. Assist each camper and staff member in meeting personal goals and those established by the camp for camper and staff development.
10. Respond to and provide opportunities for discussion of individual or group problems or concerns.
11. Lead specific areas of staff training pertaining to camp health and safety, CPR, first aid, and use of universal precautions for infection control.
12. Provide opportunities so that each camper will have a positive camping experience.
13. Respond to and provide opportunities for discussion of individual or group problems or concerns.
14. Originate, update, and/or monitor health care, maintain records, and implement the health care plan of the camp.
15. Conduct an initial pre-camp inventory in your area and store equipment for safety.
16. Follow the established system for health screening of arriving campers and staff, as well as the system for health screening for off-camp trips.
17. Follow appropriate medical routines including record keeping in the daily medical log, disposal of medical waste, managing and safeguarding medications, and utilizing approved standing orders.
18. Conduct a daily check of area and equipment for safety, cleanliness, and good repair.
19. Check and issue first aid kits.
20. Post hours for daily medications and health call.
21. Keep accident/incident reports that can be used for risk-management assessment.
22. Ensure each staff member and camper has a Health History and Physical Exam form on file, as required by the camp.
23. Become proficient in using and navigating CampDoc software.
24. Monitor health of all staff including kitchen staff.
25. Communicate and coordinate with kitchen staff regarding camper/staff food allergies.
26. Make appointments, when necessary, with medical/dental personnel in the community.
27. Keep the health supervisor area in good order and good repair.
28. Clean, store, and pack away and inventory all materials and supplies at the end of the camp season.
29. At the end of the camp season, write a complete evaluation of the camp season including inventories, staff evaluations, camper reports on health problems, and make recommendations for the following camp season.
30. Submit all required paperwork on time.
31. Other duties as assigned or required.

Job Opening Basic Qualifications:

1. Must have current GSUSA membership and be at least 21 years old.
2. Current First Aid and CPR certifications.
3. Licensed in Oklahoma as a Registered Nurse [or other appropriate training as approved by the camp physician].
4. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and navigating the Internet.
5. Experience with children and young adults.
6. Ability to model behavior consistent with the Girl Scout Mission, Promise, and Law.
7. Sound judgment and problem-solving skills for dealing with daily issues in a variety of situations.
8. Ability to work effectively with people from diverse backgrounds.
9. Patience to deal with 5 or more people at the same time.
10. Ability to lift and move equipment weighing approximately 25 pounds.
11. Ability to endure occasional exposure to sun, heat, and animals such as bugs, snakes, bats, etc.
12. Physically able to move about the camp property in various environmental conditions.
13. Ability to speak distinctly to communicate with members and staff on the phone or in person.
14. Desire and ability to work with and relate to children and one’s peers.
15. Willingness to accept supervision and guidance.
16. Ability to live in an assigned area for the duration of the camp season.
17. This position is a Safety Sensitive position.

Job Description Summary:

The Seasonal Health Supervisor is responsible for maintaining the health and cleanliness standards of the camp. The Health Supervisor will help to provide adequate physical health conditions for all campers and staff. The Health Supervisor will provide a safe, fun, and nurturing environment for campers, and will have a positive attitude toward individual programs and camp in general. Resident camp employment is seasonal, with dates of employment approximately May – August.

Additional Information:

$800-$850 per week
Opportunity to work from 1 to 8 weeks of the 2023 camp season between May and July.



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