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Overview

Serving in the Health Center at HoneyRock is so much more than treating scrapes, stings, and distributing medication. It is being a part of a dynamic community of staff, students, and campers. It is critical to fostering a safe environment for all participants. An experience in the Health Center will prove to be rewarding by challenging your leadership abilities and enhancing your existing, professional skillset. Our goals for an experience in the Health Center are that you would develop more fully in Christ and in competency as a leader.

Our Health Center staff is critical to the success of every HoneyRock summer. This team is composed of trained professionals. At the core, health services are provided with consistency by a head RN on staff who supervises and directs the assistant nurse and volunteer RN’s. At least ten volunteer physicians and five volunteer RN’s support the core Health Center team each summer. One of the benefits of being owned by Wheaton College, our health staff is supported by Wheaton College Student Health Services.

A summer health center position at HoneyRock begins in mid-May and wraps up toward the end of August. If you are interested in the summer RN position or the Nurse Assistant position, apply here. For further information about the Doctors’ and Nurse volunteer programs, please e-mail John Welsh, Finance and Advancement Director.

Positions

Nurse (RN): This position is for a Registered Nurse who is willing to work in a ministry capacity as supervisor of the HoneyRock Health Center. He/she will work with the onsite doctor and supervise the nurse assistant and nurse volunteers to provide medical care for campers and students attending camp programming. This role is a seasonal (May-August), full-time paid position (includes overtime pay). This document (PDF) contains more detailed information on this position.


Nurse Assistant: The Nurse Assistant can be a Registered Nurse or in nursing school. He/she will assist the nurse with meeting the health needs of campers and staff.



Overview

Serving in the Health Center at HoneyRock is so much more than treating scrapes, stings, and distributing medication. It is being a part of a dynamic community of staff, students, and campers. It is critical to fostering a safe environment for all participants. An experience in the Health Center will prove to be rewarding by challenging your leadership abilities and enhancing your existing, professional skillset. Our goals for an experience in the Health Center are that you would develop more fully in Christ and in competency as a leader.

Our Health Center staff is critical to the success of every HoneyRock summer. This team is composed of trained professionals. At the core, health services are provided with consistency by a head RN on staff who supervises and directs the assistant nurse and volunteer RN’s. At least ten volunteer physicians and five volunteer RN’s support the core Health Center team each summer. One of the benefits of being owned by Wheaton College, our health staff is supported by Wheaton College Student Health Services.

A summer health center position at HoneyRock begins in mid-May and wraps up toward the end of August. If you are interested in the summer RN position or the Nurse Assistant position, apply here. For further information about the Doctors’ and Nurse volunteer programs, please e-mail John Welsh, Finance and Advancement Director.

Positions

Nurse (RN): This position is for a Registered Nurse who is willing to work in a ministry capacity as supervisor of the HoneyRock Health Center. He/she will work with the onsite doctor and supervise the nurse assistant and nurse volunteers to provide medical care for campers and students attending camp programming. This role is a seasonal (May-August), full-time paid position (includes overtime pay). This document (PDF) contains more detailed information on this position.


Nurse Assistant: The Nurse Assistant can be a Registered Nurse or in nursing school. He/she will assist the nurse with meeting the health needs of campers and staff.