The Umbrella Arts Center

40 Stow Street
Concord, MA 01742

Date Posted:
March 29, 2021

Eastern Massachusetts



Summer Arts Camp Nurse


The Camp Nurse role at The Umbrella Arts Center is a multi-faceted position which primarily handles the day to day medical aspects of summer camp. 

The Camp Nurse is responsible for ensuring that campers ages 6 - 12 care and medication needs are met in addition to assisting campers will all activities for daily living (toileting, eating, dressing, etc.) as well as dispensing medications, administering first aid for minor injuries, adhering to medication protocols, and assuring accurate record keeping. Nurses must communicate clearly with all staff, parents, and leadership to assure health and safety for all campers and staff. Nurses must additionally adhere to all of the State of Massachusetts guidelines, policies & procedures on Covid-19 and ensure that these guidelines are being met at camp.

Estimated Employment Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm
*Estimated Employment Hours subject to change based upon daily requirements
Pay Rate: $20 - $35 / Hour based upon experience & licenses

Primary Duties:

  • Prepare and set-up health area, including inventory of medical supplies, ordering medical supplies and ensuring availability of adequate materials for summer season.
  • Review all medical information for all summer camp participants & staff prior to the start of camp.
  • Communicate medical concerns with staff, as necessary, without compromising confidentiality.
  • Supervise the administration and storage of medication in compliance with camp policy and state regulations.
  • Oversee all documentation as required by the Board of Health including medical logs.
  • Prepare and present medical policies and procedures during staff training.
  • Interact with and work as a team player with other staff, participants, volunteers, and participant’s families/care-givers.
  • Attend any off campus field trips in coordination with the Camp Director.
  • Serve as a positive role model to program participants and staff.
  • Triage campers and or staff with an injury, illness or accident and provides appropriate intervention, following protocols and policy.
  • Administer medications and basic first aid care, as needed.
  • Follow the Department of Public Health Guidelines in regards to isolation, exclusion and readmission of campers in connection with infectious and contagious diseases.
  • Oversee and Manage daily check in & check out procedures in coordination with the Camp Director
  • Record and Track daily contact tracing between campers & staff
  • Oversee and Manage the designated health area within The Umbrella
  • Attend Covid-19 Camp Nurse Response-Protocol Training Sessions held by the Town of Concord Board of Health
  • Support the Camp Director and The Umbrella staff during the Camp License audit, if available.
  • Readily and Frequently communicate with the Camp Director on day to day operations
  • Other tasks as requested by Camp Director or Staff.
  • Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse, required.
  • Public Health or School Nurse, preferred
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Must be available to work the entire summer plus the three weeks prior to camp, to review paperwork (can create a schedule that works mutually)
  • Be able to provide documented proof of immunity or vaccination record as mandated by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and complete the camp’s health form and waiver by the start of training.
  • Pass CORI / SORI background checks according to The Umbrella’s guidelines
  • Willingness to follow and enforce all recommended Covid-19 safety protocols
How To Apply:

To apply for this position, please submit your resume, cover letter, and copies of your current certifications to The Education Program Manager, Rebecca Campbell, at

Apply by:
April 12, 2021
$6,000 - $12,000
About this Organization:
The Umbrella Arts Center, is located at 40 Stow Street in downtown Concord. Our mission is to enrich lives and build a vibrant community through the arts. We inspire creativity, learning, and personal growth through education, performing and visual arts, cultural events, and community collaborations. Each year we engage, excite, and educate people of all ages – from toddlers to seniors – in the arts. Our performing arts and events draw thousands to our 344 Main stage theater and 100-seat black box theater. We present approximately 8 exhibitions per year including curated, juried, and non-juried exhibitions and works by local, regional, and national artists. Our popular Musketaquid arts and environment program links discovery of art with passion for nature. And, our community of 50 artists adds tremendous vitality and inspiration. For more information, please visit