• Application Deadline: 05/31/21
  • Company: CranHill Ministries
  • Location: Rodney, Michigan

Goals

The Health Officer will further the mission of CranHill by providing quality health care to youth campers and staff; to seek opportunity for significant spiritual impact and growth for campers; to partner with program staff in leadership and supervision of campers; to welcome volunteers each week and empower them as members of the camp team; to assist with any camper behavior support issues and to interact with campers within our philosophy of intentional programming.


Job Responsibilities – General

  • Practice self-conduct in such a way that seeks to glorify God in all you say and do
  • Practice respect towards full-time staff, fellow summer staff, volunteers, and all summer campers whether the individual is present or not
  • Cultivate a willing and servant-like attitude of humility toward serving campers and guests
  • Be teachable and humble, willing to learn
  • Act in a professional manner as a role model for all campers, volunteers and fellow staff
  • Be fully aware of all safety and emergency procedures, and execute procedures when required including communicating safety rules to campers and guests and enforcing them
  • Be prepared to serve CranHill in areas outside of the specific responsibilities of your position as the need arises
  • Seek to anticipate the needs of campers, guests, and volunteers and meet those needs to the best of your ability
  • Attend and participate in all trainings, meetings, devotions, and planning sessions
  • Spur fellow staff members on towards Christ, but not at the expense of the guests we are ministering to
  • Integrate and support volunteers at camp and provide them with training as needed
  • Ensure camp property is respected and cared for
  • Participate in required evening ministry opportunities (Youth Camp events, Family camp events, etc.)
  • Nurture own spiritual nourishment through prayer and time in the Word
  • Attend Worship services (on-site or off-site) as communicated by full-time staff
  • Participate in required Sunday activities (Chapel in the Pines, meals, registration) as needed and directed
  • Help maintain a positive community and work environment•        Practice biblical conflict resolution
  • Exemplify CranHill rules and reinforce them with campers and guests•        Know and follow the schedule
  • Ensure staff living spaces and assigned work areas are clean and tidy at all times
  • Participate in camp set up and shut down for each session and the summer season
  • Maintain camper and colleague confidentiality at all times
  • Exemplify CranHill rules and reinforce them with campers
  • Abide by and comply with all policies and procedures as listed in the staff covenant, manual, and in staff orientation
  • Job Responsibilities – Specific
  • Responsible for full health program and protection of youth campers (does not include Family Camp or Retreat Groups)
  • Receive and check medical forms from campers.
  • Record all medication needs and report them to the Program Director.
  • Communicate all medical incidents to the Program Director and/or other necessary team members.
  • Supervise and maintain a closed and locked medical cabinet, keeping record of inventory of supplies on hand.
  • Purchase additional equipment and supplies when necessary, with prior approval from Program Director.
  • Be available to respond to medical needs at all times camp is in session.
  • Record an accurate account of each accident or sickness treated. This is to be done immediately following treatment.
  • Dispense medication as needed/prescribed and be the first medical responder in any health/emergency medical situations.
  • Responsible for abiding by parent-completed Medication Release instructions.
  • Maintain patience and quality “bedside manner’ necessary to work with campers and team members.
  • Work alongside, and oversee, medical volunteers.
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Qualifications
  • Strong, maturing faith in and relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior
  • Passion for the CranHill mission of being a ministry through which God is transforming lives into the image of Christ
  • Must have a teachable attitude and a willingness to learn
  • Preferably 21 years old, but must be at least 18 years old
  • Must be available between Late May and August 23, 2021
  • Previous experience with health care is preferred
  • Have good communication skills
  • A desire to work with children, and people in general
  • Special Conditions
  • This is a residential position. Accommodations will be provided for the duration of the contract and most meals will be provided while camp is in session.
  • Essential Functions
  • CranHill summer staff will be expected to:
  • Be able to identify emergency situations, either by seeing them happen, hearing cries for help, or hearing the emergency alert siren and bell.
  • Have the strength, endurance, and physical skills to respond quickly and appropriately to emergency situations, according to written emergency procedures and plans, which may include calling for help, running distances up to a half-mile, and watching to see if campers are responding appropriately.
  • Be able to demonstrate or participate in camp activities as they supervise and instruct campers: this will require the ability to walk, sit, climb, kneel, crouch, stoop, and stand.
  • Be able to move items (such as canoes, archery and sports equipment, craft supplies, and bicycles) around in the program areas, and collect firewood: this will require the strength and mobility to push, pull, lift, and carry items up to 50 pounds.
  • Possess the strength and stamina to supervise what campers are doing when in close proximity, and the ability to hear what campers are saying when nearby, but not necessarily within direct visual contact. Stamina includes the ability to remain alert, friendly, courteous, and patient for the duration of the staff member’s time at camp.
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