Available Positions

Setebaid Services® operates almost entirely on volunteer man-power.  Board Members, Committee Members, Work Group Members, Fundraising Committee Members and Camp Staff are all volunteers.  The organization employs only a few people who work year-round in their office.  What this means is those working to help the organization meet it’s mission of helping youth living with diabetes are committed to the purpose and mission of helping others living with diabetes.

Thank you for considering to help others in your community.  Below is a list of positions at our diabetes camps:

Administrative Team

Camp Director

The Camp Director manages the operation of one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  The Camp Director supervises all program staff associated with the camp; and, the Camp Director makes provisions for the health and safety of staff and program participants at the camp.

Assistant Camp Director

The Assistant Camp Director assists in the planning and directing of the operation of one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes, including a counselor-in-training program.  The Assistant Camp Director works to ensure the health and safety of campers, and to ensure the provision of an enjoyable experience for campers.

Medical Director

The Medical Director manages the medical aspects of one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  The Medical Director supervises and is responsible for the general health and safety of campers and staff, and works to improve the health care skills of the campers at the Setebaid Services’ camp.  This position requires licensure in the state where the camp is operated.

Health Services Administrator

The Health Services Administrator manages the non-clinical aspects of the health services of one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  The Health Services Administrator supervises and is responsible for tracking the health and safety of campers and staff, and works to improve the health care provided at the Setebaid Services’ camp.

Program Director

The Program Director assists in the planning and directing of the operation of one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes, including a counselor-in-training program.  The Program Director ensures the health and safety of campers, and ensures the provision of an enjoyable experience for campers.

Head Dietitian

The Head Dietitian will work to improve optimal nutritional care for campers, improve the dietary skills of campers and to ensure a high quality food service for campers.  The Head Dietitian will be responsible for all food services, dietary education, and supervising all dietary staff at one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.

                        Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Director

The Counselor-In-Training (CIT) Director mentors a select group of 16 & 17 year old campers through additional camp programs meant to build maturity & leadership.

Counseling Team

Head Counselor

The Head Counselor will supervise the overall function of the areas assigned to him/her and the individual counselors of one of the areas of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  The Head Counselor will ensure the health and safety of campers, to ensure an enjoyable experience is provided for campers, and ensure supervision of counselors.

Senior Counselor

The Senior Counselor will serve as the communication liaison between the Head Counselor and other Counselors of their cabin of one of the organization’s youth camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  While the Senior Counselor does not have supervisory responsibilities, he/she will assist the Head Counselor by sharing concerns and disseminating information to each cabin Counselor to ensure the health and safety of campers; this provides more continuity of shared information between the administration and Counselors to ensure an enjoyable experience is provided for campers, and ensure effective communication with counselors in the cabin.

Counselor

The Counselor will perform duties under the direction of a Head Counselor of one of the the organization’s youth camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  The Counselor will perform volunteer duties to ensure the health and safety of campers and to ensure an enjoyable experience is provided for campers.

Program Educator

The Program Educator teaches one or more camp activities at one of the organization’s diabetes camps for children and/or teens.  The Program Educator will ensure the health and safety of campers is a priority and an enjoyable camp experience is provided for campers; he/she will ensure a meaningful and progressive camp program is provided for campers.

Health Care Team

Physician

The Physician manages the medical aspects of those assigned to his/her care at one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  The Physician supervises and is responsible for the general health and safety of campers and staff, and works to improve the health care skills of the campers.  This position requires licensure in the state where the camp is operated.

Physician Resident

The Physician Resident manages the medical aspects of those assigned to his/her care, under the supervision of one of the Physicians and/or the Medical Director, at one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  The Physician resident is responsible for the general health and safety of campers and staff, and works to improve the health care skills of the campers at the camp.  This position may require state licensure in the state where the camp is operated, depending on the state’s licensure requirements.  Please check with us a minimum of six-months in advance if interested in this position.

Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant

The Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA) manages the medical aspects of those assigned to his/her care, under the supervision of one of the Physicians and/or the Medical Director, at one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.  The NP or PA is responsible for the general health and safety of campers and staff, and works to improve the health care skills of the campers at the camp.  This position requires state licensure in the state where the camp is operated.

Nurse

The Nurse is responsible for the general health and safety of campers, volunteers and staff, and works to improve the health care skills of campers at one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes; the Nurse always performs duties under the direction of the Medical Director.  This position requires state licensure in the state where the camp is operated.

Dietitian

The Camp Dietitian will work to improve optimal nutritional care for campers, improve the dietary skills of campers and to ensure a high quality food service for campers at one of the organization’s camps for children and/or teens with diabetes.

Student Dietitian

The Student Dietitian will assist the Dietitian improve optimal nutritional care for campers, improve the dietary skills of campers and to ensure a high quality food service for campers at the camp.