Mount Hermon

Conference Center Health Technician

US-CA-Mount Hermon
2 months ago
Job ID
2017-1644
# of Openings
1
Targeted Job Start Date
6/9/2018
Category
Summer Staff
Projected Position End Date
8/18/2018
Type
Seasonal

Overview

Summer Staff - Organized Camp

Position Objective:

 

The Conference Center Health Technician (“HT”) assists, reports to and supports the Camp Nurse/Healthcare Supervisor with all health needs of participants and staff, in a manner consistent with MHA’s mission, vision and values.

Key Job Accountabilities:         

  • Manage and stock the Conference Center Healthcare Center.
  • Storage, handling and dose medication in compliance with MHA’s Medication Policy and Procedures.
  • Assist with transportation of campers or staff to urgent care or hospital using MHA’s “2 Person Policy.”
  • Access Circuitree-Health history/emergency contact form, parent/guardian consent, and Medication Administration Record
  • Perform any other duties as assigned by Health Supervisor.
  • Check / document AEDs weekly.
  • Document each camper’s or parent’s clinical encounters in Circuitree and MHA staff/JEMS/AMATA/CILTS in Camp Health Log.
  • Carry First Aid back pack, (Epi-pens and Benadryl) on Beach Day and connect as needed with Health Supervisor by phone.
  • Participate in Health Screening of Campers and Staff as needed.
  • With Health Supervisor’s support, locate, complete and distribute Employee or Volunteer Incident Report, referral form and Workers’ Compensation Packet (DWC-1), or Campers’ Incident Report and Campers’ insurance form.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • None

Qualifications

General Qualifications:

 

A mature follower of Jesus, still growing and developing in their faith.  Fully in accord with Mount Hermon Association, Inc.’s (“MHA”) mission, vision, values and statement of beliefs.  Committed to living these out personally, and instilling them in the organization.  Of strong moral character and integrity.

 

Education/Certifications/Licenses:

 

  • High school graduate.
  • Current American Heart Association Certification in First Aid/CPR/AED which includes care of infant, child, and adult.
  • College or university course work in preventative health practice, pharmacology, anatomy and physiology are preferred.

Work Experience:

 

  • Preferred experience (work or volunteer) working in health services environment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

 

  • Ability to work with and lead a team with good judgment and decision making abilities.
  • Must be a punctual and responsible individual.
  • Must exhibit great interpersonal skills with people of all ages.
  • Must be observant and attentive.
  • Mature understanding and respect for authority and peers, as well as camp guidelines and principles.
  • Ability to engage in active listening.
  • Ability to engage in a variety of outdoor activities.
  • A heart to serve whenever needed.
  • Must be able to lead and teach with patience and clear instruction.

 

Key Job Accountabilities

Physical Demands:

 

  • The physical environment requires the employee to work both inside and outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, and dry/arid conditions.
  • Ability to see, hear, grasp, and speak English.
  • The employee is frequently required to run, crouch, stand, sit for long periods, and use steep trails and stairs.

Additional Requirements:

 

  • Must possess a current driver’s license.
  • Adherence to company dress code and professional standards for personal grooming and appearance.
  • Adherence to the basic principles as expressed in Mount Hermon’s Mission, Vision, Values and Commitment statements.
  • Satisfactory completion of background investigation, or valid work permit, as well as ability to provide proof of eligibility to work in the United States.

 

*This job description reflects essential functions of this position. It does not restrict management’s right to reassign duties and responsibilities to this job at any time.

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