Job Postings

Licensed School Nurse Positions-Minneapolis Public Schools

Additional Info

  • Job Sites
      • Edison HS 1.0 FTE
      • Ramsey MS/Cityview Elem .6-.8 FTE
      • Olson MS/Jenny Lind Elem  .8 FTE
  • Hours per Day 8 hours per day
  • Pay Range Per Teachers Contract http://www.mft59.org
  • Description

    LSN is responsible for coordinating health care for individual students and the population of students including training, delegation, monitoring and supervision of health care delivered by Health Services Assistants, Licensed Practical Nurses and/or other school staff. Member of Special Education team providing nursing assessments and educational support services to special needs students.

  • Qualifications
    • Minnesota School Nurse License (or meets qualifications to obtain license through MDE)
    • Registered Nurse in Minnesota
    • Current Healthcare Provider CPR/AED and First Aid certification
    • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
    • Good computer skills
  • Application

    Complete online application at  http://jobs.mpls.k12.mn.us/job/Minneapolis-2014-15-Candidate-Pool-Licensed-School-Nurse-MN-55401/58965300/

  • Start Date As soon as possible
  • Contact Person

    ALSO contact Carmen Teskey, Nursing Services Manager if interested

    Email – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Phone – 612-668-0863 (desk) or 612-290-9541 (cell)

MVNA Roster Licensed School Nurse Consultant

Additional Info

  • Job Sites

    We have an immediate opening for a part-time Licensed School Nurse Consultant (LSN), working flexible week-day hours with K-12 public charter and alternative schools in Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding suburbs. This position offers you the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of students and staff. As a consultant, you will educate and guide schools towards having a compliant and positive school health program. Hours are not guaranteed but we expect staff to be available up to 19 hours per week during the school year.

  • Hours per Day Part-time
  • Qualifications


    • Current Licensed School Nurse in Minnesota
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing and has Public Health Nurse (PHN) certificate
    • Minimum of two years of school nursing experience preferred
    • Strong special education experience preferred
    • Flexible with good time management skills
    • Excellent communication and problem solving abilities
    • Ability and desire to provide school health consultations and guidance to staff within diverse & multi-faceted environments
    • Certified in CPR
    • Must be able to provide insured vehicle for transportation with a valid driver’s license
  • Application

    External Candidates: http://www.prospera.com/CareerHubViewer/Post.aspx?ID=MVNA_external_Ag2d8QJf73Fm

    Send resume, cover letter, including minimum salary requirements and/or application (found on our website) via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax to 612-617-4659. Applications can also be mailed to 2000 Summer ST NE, suite 100, Minneapolis, MN 55413.


  • Start Date As soon as possible

St. Louis Park Schools 1.0FTE LSN

Additional Info

  • Job Sites

    Non-Public Schools and ECSE

  • Hours per Day 1.0 FTE
  • Pay Range As per Teacher's Contract
  • Description

    The Licensed School Nurse is responsible for providing professional nursing services to advance the well being, academic success, and lifelong achievements of students. The LSN facilitates and promotes health and safety, intervenes with actual and potential health problems, provides case management services, and collaborates with other professionals to address student health and needs.

  • Qualifications

    Minnesota School Nurse License as required by MDE

  • Application

    Apply on line at http://www.applitrack.com/slpschools/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Student+Support+Services

    Position description and application are also listed on the school website at slpschools.org under Human Resources job postings, job category is Student Support Services.

  • Start Date As soon as possible
  • Contact Person

    Contact Person: Tami Reynolds, Director of Special Services

    Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Phone: 952-928-6068

Job Posting Guidelines

Lead School Nurses/Coordinators who are SNOM members are invited to post current LSN position openings on this webpage at No Charge. Non SNOM members wishing to post LSN positions may do so for a charge of $100 per job position. Job postings must be in a Word format and e-mailed to the web editor (martin.maryjo79@gmail.com) by Wednesday to be posted on the Webpage by Sunday. Listings will remain on the website for 30 days only.

When posting a position:

  • Please include specifics of position:
    • School or District Location
    • Number of Students
    • Single School or Multiple Buildings
    • Grade Levels
    • Full/Part-Time
    • Salary range or Contract
  • List Qualifications and/or Requirements.
  • List the Name and position of the Contact Person.
  • Include Address, Telephone and/or Fax numbers, E-mail address or Website where an application may be downloaded.
  • Include the Deadline for applications to be submitted and Effective Date of position.

  • Step Up and Be Counted

    Step UpSchool nurses collect rich and important data.  NASN and NASSNCare working together with the support of SNOM and the State of Minnesota, to develop a national uniform, standardized data set for all school nurses to collect specific data points the same way. For this initial year, school year 2014-2015, school nurses are encouraged to collect specific data on the number of nurses in schools, the number of children with diagnosed chronic health conditions, and the disposition of children seen in the school nurse office.

    We need your help. Each school district in the sate of Minnesota should appoint one nurse to collect, tally and submit data.

    The data will be collected electronically. School districts will be receiving specific directions via email on how to submit their data. Your participation is greatly appreciated!