Camp Healthcare Manager (RN, LPN, PA, EMT, etc. please apply!)

Project Kindred
10186 County Rd MM
Amherst Junction, WI 54407
United States
Summer Camp - Overnight
Sleep-Away Camp
Experience Required
Degree Required
Job Start Date
Job End Date
$800.00 to $800.00 Per Week
Job Description


Our Purpose is to disrupt segregation by empowering young leaders to build diverse, equitable, and loving communities.

We accomplish this through incredibly fun and empowering community-building adventures for diverse young people delivered by caring, consistent, culturally competent near-peer mentors.



The Mission of the Health Care Manager is to ensure the physical safety and health of all program participants and staff through proactive measures and high-quality care.



  1. Supervises and cares for individuals admitted to the Health Center according to standard operating procedures for health and wellness.
  2. Provides the initial health screening of campers and team members prior to their check-in at camp.
  3. Manages the collection, review, and maintenance of health forms and records.
  4. Oversees daily medication management and administration.
  5. Conducts routine and non-routine assessments of participant and staff presenting symptoms and make decisions regarding reassessment, first aid, and health care center admission
  6. Maintains accurate and detailed medical records (on all assessments, admissions, medicine administration, and incidents) according to ACA standards and state codes. 
  7. Clearly articulates camper health concerns and outcomes with parents/guardians of participants in-person or over the phone.
  8. Prepares and records insurance and accident report forms.
  9. Maintains the camp trauma bag and supplies.
  10. Works with other staff to minimize/eliminate health and safety risks.
  11. Informs Camp Director of health conditions of campers and team members on a regularly scheduled basis.
  12. Oversees and manages Health Care Assistant (if applicable).
  13. Maintains sanitary conditions in the health center.
  14. When the Health Center is not busy, assist with administrative tasks as assigned



If you were in this role right now, you might be: 

  • Conducting an initial health screening for a participant during check-in.
  • Administering and logging daily medications. 
  • Coordinating a clinic visit for a participant, communicating with guardians, clinic, and program director.
  • Responding to a medical emergency. 



  • Salary Range: $800/week
Job Requirements


We expect candidates to demonstrate accountability to and alignment with Project Kindred’s Vision, Mission, and Strategic Plan. Additional values we expect a candidate to demonstrate are:

  1. Self-Awareness - We are true to ourselves and we own our impact 

  2. Kindness - We uplift ourselves and others with thoughtful words and actions.

  3. Courage - We choose to stand up for ourselves and each other, even when it's hard. 

  4. Community - We include, respect, and empower one another.

  5. Joy - We share our passion, playfulness, and positivity with one another.



To be successful in this role, you will excel in the following areas: 

  1. JUDGEMENT & SAFETY - Considers the long-term as well as immediate short-term outcomes and actions. Recognizes when to escalate appropriate or specific situations to the next higher level of expertise. Refrains from “jumping to conclusions” based on no, or minimal, evidence; takes time to collect facts before decision-making. Considers alternative available actions, resources, and constraints before selecting a method for accomplishing a task or project.

  2. CULTURAL COMPETENCE: Possesses the ability to appreciate and interact effectively with individuals and groups across cultural boundaries. Acknowledges that “culture” goes beyond what’s visible, and extends to many other facets of the human experience, such as sexual orientation, socio-economic status, ability, etc. Understands their own dimensions of difference and how those inform the lens through which they approach cultural differences. Continuously works to develop relationships with people of various backgrounds. 

  3. INITIATIVE: Begins work that will improve or enhance products or services without being asked. Evaluates, selects, and acts on strategies for solving problems and meeting objectives without prompting. Plans ahead to minimize and avoid problems.

  4. CUSTOMER FOCUS: Is dedicated to meeting or exceeding the expectations and needs of customers (internal and external). Solicits first-hand customer information and proactively uses it to help deliver and improve products and services; acts with customer in mind. Establishes and maintains effective and trusting relationships with customers.

  5. TEAMWORK: Promotes cooperation and commitment within a team to achieve goals. Understands when and how to contribute to a project or team, both as a leader and as a contributor. Provides constructive feedback to others as appropriate. Collaborates willingly; volunteers assistance and undertakes additional tasks to support others. Shares credit; acknowledges and celebrates the achievement of others.



The Health Care Manager reports to the Program Director. The Health Care Manager may supervise directly or indirectly a Program Coordinator and other direct service staff and volunteers.



  • 6/16-6/21 & 6/23-6/28

  • During the summer season, this is a 24-hour on-call position. You will work onsite at our overnight camp program at the Central Wisconsin Enviornmental Station for 1-2 weeks in the summer.  



  • Valid CPR/AED and First Aid certification is required within the first 30 days of employment. Project Kindred will cover the cost of this certification. 



  • One of the following certifications is required: 

    • A physician licensed in Wisconsin.

    • A registered nurse licensed in Wisconsin.

    • A physician assistant licensed in Wisconsin.

    • A practical nurse licensed in Wisconsin.

    • A national athletic trainers association certified trainer.

    • An emergency medical technician or a paramedic.

    • A person currently certified as completing the American red cross emergency response course.

    • A person currently certified as completing the American red cross responding to emergencies course or equivalent.

  • 1-2 years of experience actively practicing the certification listed above.

  • Minimum age of 21 years old.

  • Possess a valid driver’s license.



  • Must be physically and mentally able to meet the challenges of navigating and working in a remote, natural, camp setting. 

  • This position lives on-site during the summer.

  • Ability to lift 40-50 pounds.

  • Physical ability to respond appropriately to situations requiring first aid. Must be able to assist campers in an emergency (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury) and possess strength and endurance required to maintain constant supervision of campers.


PO Box 511131
Milwaukee WI 53203
United States
Project Kindred Tom Cramer