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Camp Nurse
Geneva Glen CampDenver, CO
Include stocking First Aid supplies in the Health Center and all areas of camp and controlling their outflow; safeguarding the camper's prescription medications; administering the medications at the prescribed dosages and hours; completing insurance forms; and supervising and maintaining the Center's housekeeping standard.
Work / Dish / Kitchen Crew
Geneva Glen CampIndian Hills, CO
Crew should have a basic understanding of all hazardous tools and chemicals used and learn the brand names and terms, along these same lines, emergency first aid should be understood and practiced.
jobsearcher.com/articlesSkills Needed In First Aid
At CPR and More we believe that learning to save a life with CPR and First Aid is one of the most important things you can do.
We teach a wide variety of classes from basic CPR and first aid classes to Pre-hospital life support and even advance life support classes.
Cabin Counselor
Geneva Glen CampIndian Hills, CO
Minimum QualificationsDesire and ability to work with children outdoorsAbility to relate to one's peer groupAbility to accept and give supervision and guidanceAbility to assist in teaching an activityGood character, integrity and adaptabilityEnthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, and self-controlHigh school graduate or equivalent, or at least 18 years of ageCurrent CPR and first-aid preferred 0.

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