This position has two parts. As First Aid Attendant, this person is responsible for the health, safety, and medical care of everyone at the camp. The First Aid Attendant administers all medications at the camp. All cases of injury or illness are reported to the First Aid Attendant. First Aid Attendant is the primary role. As Administrator, this person is responsible for keeping camp running smoothly. Duties include signing-in and signing-out campers at the beginning and end of each day. The Administrator will step in to assist other staff as needed. This role calls for flexibility and an observant eye. First Aid Attendant duties include being responsible for collecting, recording and distributing medication, providing first-aid to staff and campers who are sick or injured, and monitoring the cleanliness of the camp environment, among many other things. This person must be at least 19 years old and hold a current Basic First Aid Certification – Advanced First Aid Certification is preferred. Discretion and compassion are important character traits. In their administrative role, this staff member works closely with the Camp Director to handle registration and organization, including preparing cabin assignment lists. This person is responsible for working with the online registration system and distributing camp t-shirts. This person will have an understanding that God calls people to service in a variety of roles. As a support staff, this person will, as other duties allow, assist other staff members as needed in a variety of ways. This staff person must be comfortable speaking directly with parents/caregivers and medical professionals. It is advantageous if this person has their own vehicle and a valid driver’s license. See PDF below for the complete job description.