I've spent the past 3 years as Director of Health & Safety at a Boy Scout Camp; I'm overqualified for my position as an RN, as the state and BSA combine to require a minimum of an EMT-B for the role. However, as my council hasn't had an Enterprise Risk Management committee to oversee Health & Safety at it's camps for the past few years, being a nurse helps give me the extra depth the position effectively requires.
I was a camper and then staff at the same camp, and I've worked there despite laughable pay because I can continue to give back. My regular jobs are as an Emergency RN and as an adjunct for a local nursing school
. For the summer, I've taken off (easier to do, since I went part-time to get my FNP and retain my 2shift/week schedule) but usually have worked my regular weekend at my main job, while substituting the camp nursing gig for teaching over the summer.
As I work at a scout camp, I am not responsible for regular med passes (which the units do, just like any other campout), so I and the other Health Officers that work under me are on more of an EMS footing.