• Delivery of primary care to residential camp participants identified by nursing staff as needing provider-level intervention
• Timely communication with parents of campers as needed (when NP has provided medical care)
• Supervision of 4 Head Nurses (Aloha, Aloha Hive, Lanakila, and Horizons)
• Supervision of 14 health house assistants across 3 residential camp properties
• Ensure healthcare delivery system is running smoothly (e.g. each infirmary has necessary supplies, documentation is appropriate, etc.)
• Provide health house coverage as needed to support head nurses, generally not to exceed an hour a day or a few hours per week
• Provide education modules for health house assistants: no more than weekly, no less than three times over the course of the summer
• Weekly check-ins with Nursing Director or additional meetings as needed
Apply by: March 11 2019
Camp/Organization: Aloha, Hive, Lanakila - Aloha Foundation (ACA Accredited)
Location: Fairlee, Vermont
Type of Position: Health Staff
Time Frame: Seasonal
● Full-Time embedded- will live and work at the camp for duration of summer between the dates of June 9 and August 16, 2019. There is some flexibility for the arrival date, which could be as late as June 24, 2019.
• Coverage and on-call schedule accommodates one 24-hour day-off per week
• Competitive salary
• Room and board
• Tuition benefits for children within the parameters of our scholarship program
● Full-Time not embedded - will receive a weekly schedule between the dates of June 9 and August 16, 2019.
• Approximately 30 hours weekly (likely fewer hours between 6/9 and 6/26)
• Anticipate coverage 5 days/week (specific dates flexible based on needs of individual)
• Competitive hourly rate plus meals when on site • Preferred hours 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
• Valid Vermont Nurse Practitioner License (or eligibility to obtain one)
• At least two (2) years of full-time experience in a provider role (or 4+ years part time)
• Desire to actively participate in a summer camp community of children and adults
• Experience with electronic medical records and computer proficiency
• Good communication skills with both adults and children (e.g.., campers, parents, camp staff, and other medical providers)
• The ideal candidate will be clinically thorough, have supervisory experience, and an interest in nurse education. Personal qualities include maturity, strong work ethic, ability to mentor others, warmth, and good humor
The Nurse Practitioner/Supervisor is responsible for providing primary care to residential camp participants whose needs require provider-level intervention (typically for issues like URI, ear infections, GI complaints, rashes, etc.). The NP/supervisor will round at each camp to assess and treat participants as requested by the camp nurse, as well as to support and supervise camp health staff (one head nurse plus four health house assistants at each of three programs: Aloha, Aloha Hive, and Lanakila). Additionally, the NP/supervisor will, in conjunction with head nurses, develop and deliver education modules to health house assistants. Education topics are at the discretion of the nursing staff, and could include topics like wound care, parenteral therapy, NCLEX prep, or caring for adolescents. The NP/supervisor will consult weekly or as needed with the Nursing Director to address any staffing or systems issues that arise. The NP/supervisor will be backed up clinically by the Foundation’s contracted pediatric practice, Upper Valley Pediatrics. For the full job description and to apply, please fill out our Support Staff Application: https://alohafoundation.org/employment/ If available, please upload a resume and any current certifications.