Summer Camp First Aid Director
Serves as a member of the Camp Leadership Staff, meeting once a week.
Contacts parents by email and/or phone to be sure all necessary paperwork and medications are on base before the child begins their session.
Enforces all policies applicable to ensure that CT camp licensing standards are met.
Organizes, maintains cleanliness, and cares for the FIRST AID STATION area and all equipment stored there, keeps a needed supply list running.
Purchases the sunscreen needed for the campers. Makes sure that all staff maintain their log sheets properly.
Operates the area with a welcoming attitude during scheduled times, meeting the needs of the children with bumps and bruises.
Is prepared and trained for any or all requirements for medications to assist every child in having a successful summer
Maintains the supply of ice cubes and have baggies ready for the campers’ needs.
Maintains the First Aid Log as required by CT Camp Licensing.
Delivers the First Aid Log to the Doctor’s office every Friday and picks up the previous one.
Models, teaches, and upholds the Sterling House Park Code of Conduct and protects the wellbeing of all campers
Maintains positive relationships with campers, parents, and other staff
Encourages physical, emotional and social growth and positive character development in all campers
Works to increase his/her own cultural competence and helps to create an environment that values diversity
Prepared to do anything else deemed necessary by the Camp Director/s.
Over 21 years of age.
Previous experience in a leadership role at Sterling House Park or an equivalent experience
Proven leadership ability with organizational skills.
Holding a current certification in AHA or American Red Cross CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and American Red Cross Standard First Aid and Personal Safety Training required, Administration of Medications including Epi-Pen required and any other training that you may need for a specific child’s needs.
Leadership ability and teamwork oriented
A commitment to working with a diverse staff and camper population for the fulfillment of Sterling House Park’s goals.