Ann Bremer Education Center - Brooklyn Park, MN
Intermediate District 287 is seeking qualified candidates for a licensed School Nurse for Ann Bremer Education Center, Brooklyn Park . This class is accountable for coordinating and assessing health issues relevant to the educational setting. Supervises and monitors paraprofessionals regarding specific health areas, may provide health-related services in specialized programs.
General Experience: One (1) year of experience as a professional registered nurse (RN) with six (6) months in school health services, public health, hospital or psychiatric nursing.
Incumbents in this class must possess and retain a license as a Registered Professional Nurse in Minnesota.
Licensure by the Minnesota Department of Education as a Licensed School Nurse (LSN) and CPR certification is required. Public Health Nursing Certificate and First Aid certification are preferred.
RAS has one full time position (1.0 FTE) for the 2019-2020 school year. This position covers multiple sites.
The LSN provides health services for physical, mental, emotional and social health and support of all students. LSN supervises the Health Assistant in the Roseville public schools and provides support in private school who have contracted with Roseville. Duties include health assessments and screening, special education (pre-referral, evaluations, IEP, Third Party billing), writing and implementing Individual Health Plan’s and Emergency Care Plan’s.
Bachelor's degree in Nursing
Licensed as a Professional Registered Nurse by the Minnesota Board of Nursing
Certified as a Public Health Nurse by the Minnesota Board of Nursing (this can be obtained during the 1st 12 months)
Licensed as a Public School Nurse by the Minnesota Department of Education (this can be obtained during the 1st 12 months )
Ability to prioritize, and react appropriately
Good oral and written communication skills
To apply for the LSN position, go to the Roseville Area School website, isd623.org>Jobs>Student Services, or directly to https://www.applitrack.com/isd623/onlineapp/
Jennifer Drummond, Assistant Director of Student Services
Office: 651-635-1636 , F: 651-628-6441
Hennepin Healthcare/MVNA School Nurse Consultation
This team provides health consultation services to K-12 charter schools to ensure the best possible school health care for students. Licensed School Nurses design individual programs to meet the needs of students and staff, guiding schools in compliance with federal and state requirements, and availing them of best practices in the area of school health services.
School or District Location—Contracts are with multiple charter schools throughout the Metro area
Specific job activities and accountabilities include:
We provide school health consultation services to area schools (typically charter schools) who often are too small to employ their own nurse. As Licensed School Nurses, we provide a variety of services depending on the school and their needs:
• Set up, administration and management of the school health program:
-Development and management of school health records (adequate documentation; assuring privacy and awareness of state and federal requirements)
-Guidance given to the management of minor illness and injury
-Review of student health needs and subsequent health planning for students with chronic health needs and/or potentially life-threatening conditions—development of emergency and individual health plans (Interacting with parents, health providers, and education staff)
-Review of immunizations and state reporting
• Participation in special education and other disability assessments and planning for students with disabilities (either through special education services or “504” accommodations or individual health plans)
• General staff trainings in area of emergency medication administration and Blood-borne Pathogen/ Employee Right-to-Know classes
• Referral to community resources
Qualifications and/or Requirements.
• Graduation from an accredited school of nursing
• Must have licensure as a Registered Nurse in Minnesota.
• Certification as a Public Health Nurse in Minnesota.
• Licensed as a School Nurse or eligible to obtain it within 3 months.
• Minimum of one year RN experience preferred.
• Must be able to provide insured vehicle for transportation with a valid driver’s license.
• School nurse/ pediatric professional nursing (RN) experience
Application can be made at:
Look for “Staff Nurse - School Nurse Consultation- Job # 191194”
Twin Cities International Schools (K-8)*
277 12th Avenue North
Minneapolis, MN 55401
School population: Up to 1,100 students
Purpose: To provide preventative health services to facilitate students' optimum physical, mental, emotional and social growth and development. Facilitate health care planning, assessment, screening, documentation and complete medical procedures as needed. Follows all state and local health practice statutes, school policies and administrative guidelines.
Duties Include, but not limited to: Provide daily health care needs to students and staff as needed, maintains and updates student health records, performs health screenings and assessments for students referred for possible health concerns, screens and evaluates findings during screenings, provides assessment, intervention, evaluation and referral for medical care for students with chronic conditions and/or emergency conditions, coordinates the usage/supply of first aid supplies, plans and implements school health management policies and protocols, any additional duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications (must be current):
*Bachelor's degree in Nursing plus the following requirements:
*Licensed as Professional Registered Nurse by Minnesota Board of Nursing
*Certified as a Public Health Nurse by the Minnesota Board of Nursing
*Licensed as a Public School Nurse by Minnesota Department of Education or required to obtain license if not currently licensed
*CPR/First Aid certification
*Ability to triage, react quickly, calmly and decisively
*Good oral and written communication skills
*Ability to maintain confidentiality
To apply for position, please copy/click on link below and click on "apply" on web page.
TCIS uses the Applitrack/Frontline application system:
For more information or questions, please contact:
Paul Ditter, Human Resources
P: (612) 465-8410 Fax:(612) 465-8466
Responsible for applying the nursing process (assessment, planning, delivery, assurance and evaluation) to coordinated 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.