Now Hiring Summer Camp Staff
Do you love working with kids? We have a great opportunity for you to work with an amazing group of children from all across Arizona who suffer with respiratory illnesses. If you are energetic, enthusiastic, responsible, compassionate, have a sense of humor, are a team player, and are committed and ready to play with KIDS…we would love to have you at our Respiratory Summer Camp June 11-19, 2015 in Cornville, AZ.
You can apply by filling out the “Summer Staff Application” or if you would like someone from Camp Soaring Eagle to contact you, please fill out the contact form below.
2015 Summer Staff Application
EQUESTRIAN PROGRAM: Minimum age 18, be able to pass a criminal back ground check, must be able to be on your feet for extended periods of time, must be able to withstand dusty conditions and long periods in the sun and heat, must like horses and be familiar with the basic rules regarding safety, able to observe safety rules and enforce them, be role model for our campers, duties include lead person and spotter.
ARTS AND CRAFTS: Minimum age 18, be able to pass a criminal back ground check, have some basic crafts skills and the ability to bring new ideas to the program, be able to work with various materials to include glue, hot glue, paint, glitter and other materials, be able to provide one on one assistance, be able to be on your feet for extended time periods, be able to lift minimum of 20 lbs, be able to be in an outside environment during hot and cold weather for extended time period, be a role model for our campers.
PROGRAM LEADER: Minimum age 18, be able to pass a criminal back ground check, certification preferred but experience with and archery program will substitute for certification, must possess archery skills which include the following but not limited to, range set-up, equipment set-up, equipment maintenance, safety regulations, ability to teach archery skills, ability to supervise a minimum of 5 shooter at one time, design and run an aggressive fun program, be able to be on your feet for extended periods of time in hot and cold weather, be a role model for our campers.
UNIT / ASSISTANT UNIT LEADER: Minimum age of 18, be able to pass a criminal back ground check, must possess leadership qualities, be able to mentor campers, set high standards of conduct, be able to safe guard assigned campers at all times, must be able to be on your feet for extended hours indoors and outdoors during all types of weather conditions, must be able to keep a high level of energy for extended hours, must be able to be on the run for up to 18 hours per day for an extended period, be able to account for assigned campers at all times, provide guidance to assigned campers, provide input to medical personnel concerning their campers, observe all safety rules, be role models for their campers.
LIFE GUARD: Minimum age of 18, must be able to pass a criminal back ground check, be certified as a life guard from recognized program i.e. the American Red Cross, must know and observe water safety regulations, be certified in basic first aid care and CPR, be role model to our campers and volunteers. Be able to be in the outdoors for extended time period, in hot and cold weather conditions.
UNIT NURSE: RN licensed in Arizona with current BLS provider status (required) and one (1) year pediatric nursing experience (preferred); ENPG or PALS provider status (preferred).
Function: Participates in daily camper life to provide nursing care and education to camp population. Facilitates a medically sound and safe camp experience for children with chronic illness.
o Coordinates and collaborates with subspecialty physicians, nurses and ancillary health care members in disease-related medication administration, care, therapies, and other regular treatment routines to facilitate a positive, healthy camp experience for camper and staff.
o Initiates provision of nursing care and follow through for acute disease exacerbation, routine illness, or injuries.
o Assists in reviewing individual health status of campers and staff before and during camp to optimize and maintain baseline health status.
o Serves as a resource to camp staff to ensure that all campers and staff are provided with a safe experience consistent with each camper’s medical condition and individual needs.
o Assists in education of camp staff to promote safety and minimize injury or illness for all in camp environment.
o Participates in education of camp personnel concerning camper’s diagnosis, disease specific care, and treatment. Notes any modifications in activities of daily living necessary to optimize camp experience.
o Participates in camper and family education activities that occur during the session.
o Communicates as necessary with the on-call physician, camper’s physician (or designee) to inform, clarify, or modify individual treatment plan during camp session.
o Participates in camp activities, when possible, to optimize and facilitate camp life experience in a fun, medically sound and safe environment for all camp population.
o Participates in administration of camp health policies.
o Participates as a member of health care team. Ensures disease specific needs of campers are identified and met during camp experience.
o Performs other duties as necessary or assigned.
ALL VOLUNTEERS REPORT TO: Camp Soaring Eagle Director of Operations or his/her designee.
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Camp Soaring Eagle
595 North Aspaas Road
Cornville, Arizona 86325
928.284.9393 – Office
928.284.9494 – Fax
Camp Soaring Eagle Foundation
8418 East Shea Boulevard, Suite 100
Scottsdale, Arizona 85269
480.253.9924 – Office
602.391.2564 – Fax