Nurse Online Application

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Nurse Online Application

The Medical Director makes certain all students have a safe and healthy experience at our outdoor school. When not dealing with immediate medical needs, the Medic assists the Site Director in all aspects of the program. In addition to their basic medical duties, the Medical Director is in charge of the overall training, supervision, and management of the Medic team at High Trails. They are the primary school contact and the lead in projects, inservices, student and parent concerns, and health care plan maintenance.

There’s a lot that goes on at our program; be sure to check out the Staff Page so you have a full understanding of life (and fun….) at High Trails.

  • Job Description
  • Restrictive Qualifications: Licensed by the State of California as a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN).
  • Number of positions: 2
  • Pay/Benefits for a Registered Nurse (RN) or a Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN): $2800 per month for the period of 9/4/2017 through 5/31/2018. Actual amount scheduled at program may be less, which allows for you to work the occasional bit out of program and feel good about it. 1 week at Thanksgiving, 3 weeks off at Christmas, 1 week off at Spring Break. Private single room in a house on site, food when program is in session, 75% of health benefits.

To Apply, fill out below online application.

The Basics

We have 3 staff trainings during the school year: September is our largest training, with smaller trainings occurring in January and March as staffing needs dictate. It's also possible, that with the right person, we have a spot open right now. So....

Reference and Contact Information
By filling out the below information, you agree to the following: "I authorize my references to provide High Trails with information requested in this form. I release my former employer and all persons whomever from liability regarding the furnishing of said information."

Nature Question

We work at residential camps located in the National Forest. This means, that while we have building with plumbing and heating, we're still surrounded by trees and rocks and animals and blue sky. What is your experience in the outdoors, and how do you see yourself fitting into this environment?

Caregiving Question

We work primarily with 5th and 6th grade students. While we are prepared for, and need to treat, major injuries, the majority of our cases are homesickness, stuffy noses, headaches, and upset stomachs. Describe how you see yourself in a caregiving role that requires a good amount of plain old TLC and attention.

Professionalism Question

What helps us to stand apart from other outdoor science schools in our area is the level of professionalism that we demand from our staff. We insist that you have an attitude and an approach to your job that is characterized by intelligence, integrity, maturity, and thoughtfulness. We are, however, a camp, where we encourage you to be goofy and silly and to have ridiculous amounts of fun. What side do you lean more towards? How will you walk this fine line, making certain to balance both professionalism and fun?

Paperwork and Computers Question

We work at a camp facility, but function as a highly structured school. With that, we utilize strong amounts of organization, paperwork, and systems to manage the thousands of students we see every year. Describe your organizational and computer skills.

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And that's it. Double check everything. Then click the Submit button below. We should get this right away, and we'll do our best to get back to you within 48 hours (give us a bit more if you send this on a Friday night...). Feel free to follow up with an email if you have more questions. Thanks for applying...really. Now go do something outside.



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