WHAT A FANTASTIC SUMMER OPPORTUNITY!
The Windridge Tennis & Sports Camps was chosen by Tennis Magazine as “one of the top ten tennis camps in the United States.”
Windridge is looking for qualified RN’s who are enthusiastic, patient and interested in working with sporty and athletic campers and staff. Campers are aged 8-15 and we offer them the opportunity to take lessons in tennis, soccer, horseback riding and a variety of traditional camp electives. On our website www.windridgecamps.com you will find our application form under “Staff”. We encourage you to watch our camp video link on the website for an indication of the Windridge philosophy and camp vibe. Please also feel free to phone with any questions at 802-860-2005
- Licensed (in the appropriate state) as a licensed practical nurse, registered nurse, nurse
practitioner, or physician’s assistant
- Experience with children and young adults desirable
- Ability to assist in originating, updating, and/or monitoring health care, maintaining
records, and implementing the health care plan
- Current CPR and first aid certifications
- Desire to work and live in a camp community
Responsible to: Camp director
The Health Care Center Nurse is an integral part of the success of Windridge Tennis Camp at
Teela-Wooket. The nurse should maintain an atmosphere in the health center that meets the goals
of the Windridge experience- a camp where campers make a commitment to hard work, good
sportsmanship, and wholesome fun and laughter amidst a warm and friendly environment in a
To be the health center nurse for the c& assist in supervising health and cleanliness standards;
work with camp director and staff; and help provide adequate physical conditions for all.
- Ensure each staff member and camper has on file a health history and examination form,
- Assist in setting up system for health screening for arriving campers and staff, as well as
a system for health screening for trips out-of-camp.
- Conduct inventory of supplies and place orders when necessary, ensuring timely arrival
- Establish and follow appropriate medical routines including recordkeeping in the daily
medical log, disposal of medical waste, managing and safeguarding medications, and
utilizing approved standing orders.
- Coordinate coverage of health center.
- Post hours for daily medications and health call.
- Make appointments, when necessary, with medical/dental personnel in the community.
- Check and issue first-aid kits.
- Participate in and lead specific areas of staff training pertaining to camp health and
safety, CPR, first aid, and use of universal precautions for infection control.
- Keep accident/incident reports that can be used for risk-management assessment.
- Monitor health of all staff including support staff.
- Monitor/evaluate camp procedures, facilities, and conditions and suggest modifications
that would create more healthful conditions in the camp.
- These are not the only duties to be performed. Some duties may be reassigned and other
duties may be assigned as required.
- Ability to communicate and train staff in areas of camp health and safety and emergency
procedures, including use of universal precautions.
- Ability to drive to health care center and emergency treatment locations.
- Physical strength to lift/assist campers or staff in emergency situations or if needed for
health care needs.
- Visual and cognitive ability to read prescriptions and health exams from physicians.
- Ambulatory ability to get to remote locations at camp quickly.
- Auditory ability to use telephone to communicate with health care center to set-up
appointments, discuss symptoms with physicians and receive information from
physicians regarding recommended treatment.
- Visual and cognitive ability to observe and assess unsanitary or unhealthy conditions at