National History Academy Nurse

Job Type

Full Time Temporary



Start Date:



United States


The Journey Through Hallowed Ground is launching the National History Academy, a new 5-week residential summer experience for 100 highly motivated high school students from June 24 to July 28, 2018.

We are seeking a full time RN to be responsible for the health, safety and welfare of the National History Academy community through sound health practices, while complying with all federal regulations.



•   Monitor health conditions of students and staff.

•   Review all student and staff medical histories.

•   Responsible for proper daily records and reports regarding all Academy incidents and accidents in daily medical log.

•   Responsible for dispensation of medicine as prescribed by a physician.

•   Prepare first aid kits for outings.

•   Communicate directly with parents regarding student's health.

•   Maintain and communicate to staff emergency phone number list.

•   Prepare medical log for overnight trips.

•   Present general medical information to staff at orientation.

•   Order all necessary first aid supplies, in consultation with the Academy Director

•   Maintains a clean and a well-stocked health center.

•   Aware of emergency procedures and prepared to act if warranted.

•   Actively participate in staff training, meetings, etc.

•   Help out with all activities and participate as a member of the staff team.

•   Demonstrate/teach the values of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility to all students and staff.

•   Follow all rules, regulations and policies and enforce them among peers.

•   Maintain positive public relations with parents, visitors, and the general public at all times.

•   Able to visually and audibly identify and respond to environmental and other hazards related to assigned activities.

•   Submit all required paperwork on time.

•   Perform other duties as assigned.




•   RN required

•   Must be 21 years of age or older.

•   Sound judgment, integrity, problem solving skills and risk management.

•   Ability to multitask.

•   Physical assessment skills with children ages 13-18 years old.

•   Certified in CPR and First Aid and AED.

•   Positive attitude and ability to build a cohesive team.

•   Willingness to go above and beyond the written job description.

•   Hiring is dependent on passing Federal and State Background Checks.

•   2-3 years of nursing experience preferred but not required.

•   Strong relationship building skills, plenty of patience and ability to establish and maintain health clinic operations.




This is a 5-week residential program, so the Nurse is expected to live on-campus for the duration of the five weeks. The position will provide room & board and a stipend.

Professional Level


Minimum Education Required


How To Apply

Please submit a cover letter and resume to Michelle Burrelli ( No phone calls.