Part-Time Nurse for GDS 360, Break Camp, and Summer Programs
Georgetown Day School, a progressive independent school in Washington, DC, is looking to hire a part-time nurse to support our extended day program, some break camps, and our summer programs. We are looking for enthusiastic, energetic, creative and qualified individuals who will understand and support the GDS mission and philosophy.
We are seeking a part-time nurse to support our Auxiliary Programs. Georgetown Day School’s GDS 360 Extended Day Program provides a daily enrichment opportunities for students in grades PK-8th grade throughout the duration of the school year. On average about 180 students participate in GDS 360 per day. During the summer, GDS runs various camps and classes for students ages PK-12th grade for about 9 weeks, serving between 30 and 100 children a day. In addition, GDS runs school break camps on days when school is not in session for teacher work days and over some holiday breaks. Ideally, the nurse would also work occasional break camps. While the nurse’s primary responsibility is to provide direct health care to the student participants, we are fortunate that the afternoon and summer has often been a quiet time from a student-health perspective. When the nurse is not actively providing health care, we will ask that they serve as an additional supervisor for children in the daily activities where injuries are most likely to occur and/or to support the program in administrative capacity as needed.
· Dates: September 3, 2019-June 4, 2019 · Times: 2:45-6:00pm Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and 1:45-6:00pm Wednesdays · Provide day to day medical care to students participating in GDS 360, including emergency medication as needed · Make sure all first aid kits and supplies are filled and up to date · Maintain a medical log of any injuries, illnesses, or medication given · Write incident reports as necessary · Communicate with parents as necessary · Additional duties: - When not being called on for nursing duties, staff member is expected to provide support as needed for the GDS 360 program. - This may include serving as a second or third supervisor for an activity or on the gym/field/playground, supporting the front desk, organizing supplies, and other administrative duties.
· Dates: June 15, 2020 to August 14, 2020 · Times: Mondays 8:00am-1:00pm, Tuesday-Fridays 9:30am-2:00pm · Provide day to day medical care to students participating in summer programs, including emergency medication as needed · Review required health forms prior to the start of programs and maintain a log of missing forms · Contact families missing required health forms · Order and fill all first aid kits and maintain summer health supplies · Maintain a medical log of any injuries, illnesses, or medication given · Write incident reports as necessary · Communicate with parents as necessary · Additional Duties: - When not being called on for nursing duties, staff member is expected to provide support as needed to summer programs. - This may include going on field trips, supervising lunch or snack time with special view for students with food allergies, organizing camp supplies and t-shirts, and other administrative duties.
· Similar duties as listed above. · Dates & times TBD
The ideal candidate will have the following skills and qualifications:
· RN or LPN required · Must be licensed in Washington D.C. · Must enjoy working with children · Must have up to date CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications. Added bonus, but not required: certified to give training on CPR/First Aid to staff members · Prior experience working in a school, camp, or pediatric setting · At least 3 years post-graduate nursing experience · Prior experience working with Magnus and/or CampBrain databases · Strong written and oral skills
Georgetown Day School does not discriminate on the basis of gender, age, marital status, race, religion national origin or ethnic origin or sexual orientation in the hiring or retaining of staff. In addition, GDS makes every effort to comply with all governmentally mandated regulations applicable to independent schools including, but not limited to, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991.