Health Officer

Essential Functions:
-Oversee the provided health care at camp, ensuring it meets the individual needs
of camp staff and campers.
-Be particularly alert to conditions which affect health, safety, sanitation, and good
housekeeping practices.
-Work in conjunction with the camp physician, local emergency services and local
-Ensure camp staff orientation session is delivered on medical services. Train
camp staff members about their role related to health care and first aid.
-Organize and maintain a daily sick call and first aid treatment center at each
-Oversee daily health logs of all occurrences involving the first aid center,
ensuring and accurate reporting and correct handling of each situation.
-Oversee First Aid procedures and supplies. Prepare and distribute first aid kits
and emergency procedures throughout camp and ensure supplies stay well
stocked throughout the summer.
-If time and knowledge permit, assist in instructing Scouts in related merit badges.
-Submit a final report of medical supplies needed and recommendations for the
next summer.
-All other duties as assigned.

Camp C.S. Klaus
Colesburg, IA (20 mi north of Dyersville, IA)

Licensed emergency medical responder, EMT, paramedic, PA, RN, PRN, or MD
Lives on site
Must be able to read and write written communications, see and act quickly in emergencies, speak clearly, be readily physically mobile in the event emergency first aid is required.

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