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St. Louis School – PO Box 85, 250 North Broadway, Owensville, OH 45160 (513) 732-0635 ext 103
Posted: August 26, 2022
Grades PreK-8: Nurse/Part-Time (3.5 hrs./day): School Nurse reports to Principal
– State of Ohio appropriate licensure
– Bachelor’s degree-prepared Registered Nurse (RN)
– Must possess of be eligible to obtain one-year temporary school nurse licensure, five year professional school nurse license of school nurse wellness coordinator endorsement
– 2-5 years of work experience in a related job discipline
– Valid driver’s license
– Successful completion of BCI/FBI background check
Preferred Skill Sets:
– Self starter
– Effective organizational skills
– Schedules appointments and communicates effectively to clients using various types of communication
– Possess time management skills
– Punctual for meetings, appointments, work, and deadlines
– Consistently attends work
– Completes documentation with accuracy and clarity
– Accepts feedback; implements activities in response to survey data or discipline data recommendations or to meet performance improvement goals
– Keep professional image through appearance and dress
– Willingness to learn and share knowledge of latest research and best practices
– Ability to utilize the nursing process, a critical thinking model, to determine a course of nursing care
– Conducts medically appropriate assessments; develops a nursing diagnosis; provides outcomes identification; and plans and implements evidence-based coordination of care, health teaching, health promotion, evaluation of care and outcomes
– Positively impacts the health of students, schools, families and communities in a number of ways promotes; healthy living and disease prevention for both individual and population health
– Promotes biopsychosocial health and well-being of school aged-children and intervene with health problems with a core focus of keeping students healthy and in school, which is essential for academic success
– Collaborate with public health partners for screenings, referrals, follow up and communicable disease surveillance
– Participate in health prevention activities, such as immunization, obesity prevention, substance abuse assessment, tobacco control asthma education, and promoting health and safety
– Understand and educate others, including staff, students and families about normal development
– Provide care provision or coordination, including care for chronic diseases like diabetes, asthma, epilepsy and allergies; and contribute to individual Assessment Team (IAT), 504 plan and individualized education program (IEP) processes
– Provide training of other school staff on appropriate health and safety procedures related to health, including emergency preparedness
– Provide care of students and staff with acute illnesses or injuries by rendering first aid and training for school staff
– Practice in a manner that is ethical and culturally congruent, with effective communication in all areas of practice in an environmentally safe and healthy manner
– Act in a leadership role in the professional practice setting and collaborate with key stakeholders, including professional practice evaluation (of self and others)
– Provide program management, directing the health services program within the school and community
– Maintain an interdisciplinary practice, including actively collaborating with educators, physicians and other health care team members to build student and family capacity for adaptation, self-management, self-advocacy and learning
– Foster effective communication with students, parents, and other staff members
– Organize and facilitates follow-up and and implementation of reintegration plans for students who are returning to school from hospitalizations and or facility stays; and comprehensive follow up to all clients served
– Enhance awareness of mental health needs, services; and to promote community understanding of mental health and to enhance community response to mental health problems
– Protect confidentiality in all situations related to professional practice
– Maintain data on students served
– Report suspicions of abuse and neglect to legally mandated authorities for investigations
– Demonstrate ability to use technology associated with duties; access internet or software-based resources related to role responsibilities or student needs
– Cognizant and adheres to State/Federal Laws and CNE Policy and Procedures
– Communicate with supervisor and/or other professionals regarding common problems and/or legal and ethical concerns
– Participate in professional growth and development through coursework and/or seminars, professional reading and membership in professional organizations; attend and participate in all in-service or staff meetings
– Completes all district required training modules by established deadlines as required by board policy
Other Duties and Responsibilities:
– Serves as a role model for students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible, intelligent human beings including keeping a professional social media presence
– Helps instill in students the belief in and practice of ethical principles and democratic values
– Performs other duties related to the position as assigned by the director, principal and/or superintendent of schools
Additional Working Conditions:
– Occasional exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissues
– Occasional operation of a vehicle under inclement weather conditions
– Occasional interaction among unruly children
Contact: Lottie Waldman, Principal – [email protected]
Catholic Candidate: Preferred

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Elementary, School Support