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District 196 (Rosemount-Apple Valley-Eagan) Openings

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School Nurses in District 196 help remove health related barriers for students. They identify and
address chronic health concerns, acute illness and injuries, and support students in special
education so that they can be in class and school as much as possible to achieve their highest
academic potential. Forbes named District 196 a top employer in Minnesota on its 2023 America's
Best Employers by State list. We are one of only two school districts in Minnesota to make the list.

Position available now:
Licensed School Nurse (LSN) at Oak Ridge Elementary in Eagan. The position is full
time 8-4pm and requires a BSN and Public Health Nurse Certificate. You must be able to
obtain your Licensure as a School Nurse within 60 days of employment. Experience is
preferred, but not required. New school nurses are on the teacher contract. You will mentor
with an experienced school nurse and receive training and support to help you grow in your

Apply now here for the LSN position at Oak Ridge Elementary

Contact Person:
Reach out with questions to Mary Langworthy, Health Services Coordinator, at 651-423-7909 or

Posted November 15, 2023

Crown College - Campus Registered Nurse

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Crown College has approximately 500 residential undergraduate students on a single campus located at 8700 College View Dr., St. Bonifacius, Minnesota, 55375 


The Campus Registered Nurse provides nursing services to individuals served within the campus
community according to professional nursing standards and college health policy.

Immediate Start
20-25 hours per week, Monday to Friday, mid-August through mid-May, excluding holiday breaks
Occasional evening and weekend events

Wage range is $28.00 - $32.00 per hour


· Oversite of the Health Services annual budget.
· Maintains first-aid supplies, over-the-counter medications, health teaching resources and
    durable medical equipment in the Health Service Office.
· Maintains first-aid supplies for Residence Life staff.
· Coordinates training on health-related topics for Residence Life staff.
· Reviews student health records for compliance with state-mandated immunization and health
· Performs nursing assessment to provide developmentally appropriate, culturally sensitive, and
    diverse patient-centered health care to individuals served within the campus community.                                                                                                                                               
· Determines a plan of care based on nursing assessment to promote optimal wellness to include
    referral to campus services and healthcare providers.
· Performs lab testing to include COVID-19 and Strep A.
· Maintains a record of visits to Health Service Office.
· Responds to medical emergencies on campus and activates Emergency Medical Services as
· Arranges annual influenza vaccine clinic for campus community.
· Oversite of automatic external defibrillators (AED’s) program on campus.
· Provides annual OSHA blood borne pathogen education to at-risk employees.
· Participates on campus Committees as assigned.
· Participates in off-campus and local Health Community Partners Meeting to help with college
    planning for disaster and public health emergency response.
· Collaborates with local and state public health partners on individual and worksite wellness and
    emergency preparedness.
· Attends annual Welcome Week, Homecoming and Commencement events.
· Reviews and updates Health Services information in college handbook, and website.
· Partners with local public health and medical providers to investigate cases, mitigate illness
    spread and communicate necessary information to college administration, faculty/staff, and
    students of vaccine preventable and communicable disease outbreaks on campus. Triage local
Health Alerts and determine college response if needed.
· Knowledge of current state College Health Nursing Standards of Practice.
· Participates in ongoing educational opportunities related to clinical knowledge and enhancing
    professional skills.
· Ability to apply the nursing process to gather and analyze patient health information to deliver
holistic patient-focused care in accordance with Professional Nursing Standards of Practice.

· Communicates appropriately and effectively with students, parents, administrators, and other
    college personnel.
· Ability in using computer software programs, presentation technology, and Web based systems
    (including MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Jenzabar EX)
· Ability to collaborate with campus employees, local healthcare providers, EMS and local and
    state healthcare governing agencies
· Demonstrates compliance with current HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
    Act and FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act).
· Agrees with the Crown College Statement of Faith and Community Covenant
· Practices Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Regulations

· Current unrestricted Minnesota Registered Nursing license
· Current Healthcare provider BLS certification

· BSN or BAN degree
· Public Health Nurse certification (PHN)
· School nursing experience and/or Licensed School Nurse credential
· Occupational health nursing experience and certification


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Roseville School Nurse openings

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Are you interested, or know someone who is interested in working as a school nurse? School nursing is aligned with public health nursing and is an opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of our students.  

Positions available now:

Two full time school nurse openings. Licensed School Nurse position requires a BSN. You can be in the process to get your LSN license. Experience is preferred, but not required. New school nurses will mentor with an experienced school nurse and receive support from the whole nurse team.  

School nurse on call subs. BSN required. We will offer training to nurse subs.


Applications are posted on the 623 job web page .  Go to ‘’Health Services” for applications. 

Contact Person:

For more details, please call or email: Taylor Anderson, Assistant Director Student Services, at 651-635-1636,

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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 ( by Wednesday to be posted on the Webpage by Sunday. Listings will remain on the website for 30 days only.

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