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The Medical Director upholds the core value With Trust Comes Relief to extend a safe, responsive, approachable, and highly adapted medical experience for campers and their families. They are dedicated to making the impossible possible with a fierce commitment to medical safety. They are inventive, adept, resourceful and lead confidently while navigating and anticipating the basic needs and emergency needs of campers and families. This team member casts a wide network to solidify medical volunteer engagement, support, resources, and partnerships that result in an innovative and medically sound program. They are a skilled manager with excellent communication skills and will boldly lead the medical direction of the organization.

Department Overview
The Medical Department, as part of the Operations Team, engages and supports campers and their families to provide an integrated camp experience through medical safety, psychosocial support & dietary adaptations.


1. Leadership

  • Develop policy and the direction of the medical program with counsel from the Medical Advisory Board
  • Create vision and growth strategy for year-round medical programs, including evaluation of medical conditions served and possibilities for program expansion
  • Build and foster relationships with founding hospitals, health partners, local clinics, emergency response teams, and other key medical resources
  • Lead outreach efforts aimed at educating the medical community about Flying Horse Farms’ mission and goals through presentations to health partner groups, networking, and cultivating relationships with valuable community partners

2. Clinical Oversight

  • Responsible for delivering the highest level of medical care to ensure the safety of campers and the wellbeing of volunteers and staff, including the maintenance of policies and procedures that govern routine and emergency medical care
  • Oversee the Flying Horse Farms’ medical facility and pharmacy, including holding the pharmacy license, to ensure full inventory of medications, supplies and equipment, and meets or exceeds all applicable legal and industry standards
  • Collaborate with Nursing Coordinators on camper care, medical protocols and compliance, staff recruitment and hiring, and staff management, and any supervision of medical fellows, residents, or other providers as necessary and appropriate

Medical Operations

  • Recruit physicians, including medical sub-specialists, at referring hospitals and institutions to provide volunteer coverage during on-site programs
  • Collaborate with Camper & Family Liaison on camper engagement efforts, including admissions, medical approval, and placement
  • Collaborate with the Program team to ensure programs are medically safe and universally inclusive
  • Advise on outcomes and research pertaining to medical outcomes
  • Assist in grant securing and fundraising
  • Position is required to reside at camp during all camp sessions when no other physician can be present

Required Skills & Experience

  • Physician with extensive pediatric experience
  • Board Certified with active medical license to practice medicine in the state of Ohio.
  • PALS Certified
  • Minimum of five (5) years post-residency clinical experience
  • Strong formal and informal written communication skills
  • Confident and clear verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in general Microsoft office suite software

Preferred Skills & Experience

  • Emergency medicine experience
  • Camp or other non-traditional setting experience

Expectations & Requirements for all Flying Horse Farms Staff
We live our Values. We are each responsible for knowing our values and nurturing our culture:

  • We are All In. We demonstrate a willingness to do what it takes to get the job done, we are supportive and loyal, show up present and ready and we are passionate about "Campers First."
  • We have an Attitude of Optimism. We find what is working and make more of that happen, demonstrate adaptability within ambiguity, spread joy and hope and ensure everyone we interact with feels "Welcomed Home."
  • We are Trustworthy. We are consistent, dependable, and steady, truthful and operate with transparency, take ownership for our work and "See the Best" in others.
  • We Take Initiative. We are driven, work towards goals with fortitude, pay attention to details and find innovative solutions with "Fearless is Free" attitudes.

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How to Apply
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The part-time Nursing Coordinator is passionate about providing excellent medical care for our campers. Their welcoming demeanor sets others at ease while ever ready to respond to medical emergencies. They build trusted relationships with families, campers, volunteers, and hospital partners with every interaction. They enjoy leading medical professionals while simultaneously having capacity for managing details about each camper. The Nursing Coordinator leads with medical expertise to confidently provide clinical care. They are a collaborator who enjoys partnering with other team members to ensure the camp experience is impactful and medically sound. The Nursing Coordinator has our camper’s best interest at heart and make decisions on their behalf. They are confident that the work they do before, during, and after camp is critical to camp operations and the overall camper experience.

Department Overview
The Medical Department, as part of the Operations Team, recruits and supports campers and families to provide an integrated camp experience through medical, psychosocial & dietary adaptations.


  • Assisting in supervision of in camp nursing operations during all residential and weekend camp sessions
  • Processing and medical screening of campers, volunteers, and summer staff applications
  • Recruiting, interviewing, screening, and training of volunteer nursing staff
  • Teaching medical and non-medical staff and volunteers about medical conditions, and camp procedures.
  • Assisting with managing, stocking, and keeping inventory of our medical facility.
  • Basic medical training to all volunteer and summer staff
  • Participate in camper placement processes, to provide medical analyses of campers by session

Required Skills & Experience

  • BSN in Nursing with at least two-year experience (pediatric preferred)
  • Registered Nursing License, valid in the state of Ohio
  • Valid BLS for healthcare professional certifications (PALS and ACLS preferred)
  • Experience with Microsoft Office software

Preferred Skills & Experience

  • Emergency medicine experience
  • Camp or other nontraditional setting experience

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How to Apply
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Every year, we rely on short-term staff members, paid and unpaid interns, and part-time employees to help keep camp up, running, squeaky clean, and environmentally green.

Seasonal staff includes cabin counselors, activity counselors, camp leaders, seasonal nurses, kitchen staff and other administrative roles. We hope you’ll consider joining us for a magical summer of dancing after dinner, singing the silliest songs and transforming hundreds of lives–including your own.

Program Team: Program Team members will be on site Friday through Sunday. They will help facilitate group activities and programs, and ensure families have supplies in their cabins throughout the weekend.

Activity Team: Activity Team members are responsible for facilitating all activities at their assigned area. From the waterfront to Arts and Crafts, these team members keep camp running. Activity counselors also have the important job of making sure that all campers can participate in all activities. They are responsible for setting up, leading the activity, and cleaning afterwards.

Lifeguards: Lifeguards will work lakeside or poolside any time that water activities are open to campers and families. Lifeguards can choose to volunteer for an entire session, for a day, or for a shift during a family camp. Lifeguards must be at least 16 years old and must provide proof of current lifeguard certification and current CPR for the Professional Rescuer with AED certification.

To apply:

  • Create a login
  • Set up your account profile
  • Follow steps to complete application
  • Set up phone interview

If you need help applying online, please download our Seasonal Staff Application Guide. If you have additional questions, you may reference our FAQ’s for Seasonal Staff or give us a call at 419-751-7077 for more information.

The Volunteer Coordinator embodies the core value Welcome Home to lead the high impact volunteer experience at Flying Horse Farms. They are a vibrant and skilled facilitator with a passion for leadership development and outcome-based experiences. They are committed to the growth of people and lead passionately to achieve Flying Horse Farms’ mission and goals and build a strong volunteer community.

This team member is dedicated to diversity, equity, and inclusion, and will work to create a place of belonging at camp for all. The Volunteer Coordinator will recruit, train, support, and lead teams of volunteers throughout the organization. They will also work with the HR Manager to build and support the seasonal staff hiring process.

They believe in making lasting impact upon each stage of the volunteer experience, have a knack for managing the fine details of administrative processing, and love to organize data and information. They have a keen sense of safety and responsibility, and lead with integrity to role model camp’s values for others. This team member thrives working independently and can jump into a variety of situations with confidence.

Above all, they feel connected to the organization’s values. Be All In, Take Initiative, Be Trustworthy, and Have an Attitude of Optimism.

Department Overview:
The Camp Operations Team makes camp a reality by designing & implementing intentional outcomes-based programming that is adapted to meet the developmental, physical, psychosocial, and medical needs of our campers. The team ensures a safe environment through meticulous emergency and risk management planning. The camp operations team builds the camp community of adults needed to serve campers by recruiting, selecting, and supporting qualified volunteers and seasonal camp staff.


  • Work alongside the Chief Mission Officer/Camp Director to develop and launch leadership and workforce development initiatives
  • Works across the organization to lead volunteer efforts
  • Develop and implement quarterly recruitment plans to recruit and place a dynamic and skilled community of volunteers
  • Thoughtfully considers the volunteer experience from start to finish and takes initiative to place volunteers in roles that align with their talents and skillsets so they can thrive
  • Manage volunteer orientation and leadership development trainings including virtual and in person offerings
  • Reviews volunteer feedback to impact positive change and enhance the camp experience for all
  • Diligently process volunteer background checks and paperwork while adhering to compliance and risk requirements to ensure camper safety
  • Work with the Camper & Family Liaison to develop and maintain the application database
  • Organize and lead volunteer appreciation initiatives and events

Required Skills & Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • Experience working and proficiency in Microsoft Office applications
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skill
  • Preferred Skills & Experience
  • Experience leading professional development or training
  • Experience in social service/mental health/psychosocial setting

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Diversity & Inclusion

Every person involved with Flying Horse Farms holds one core belief above all else—that this place has the power to transform the lives of children with serious illnesses for good. We’d love to add your energy as we work to make that happen for more children. We’re fully committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment. Read more.