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

Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) ISD #625 – Licensed School Nurse (LSN) 1.0 FTE

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    Saint Paul Public Schools serves over 35,000 diverse students. LSNs enhance the educational process by the modification or removal of health-related barriers to learning and by promotion of an optimal level of wellness. Saint Paul Public Schools is looking for THREE eager nurses to join our team to support students in person and in distance learning. SPPS has a high nurse retention rate with a strong training program including ongoing support and mentorship. There are effective COVID-19 protocols in place to keep our employees and students safe during this challenging time.

    Equity Statement  

    SPPS is committed to eliminating racial disparities and predictability in achievement and to a workforce which embodies this commitment.  

     Equal Employment Opportunity  

    Saint Paul Public Schools is an equal opportunity employer and supports an inclusive workplace environment.  

  • Hours per Day This is a 10 month position working 40 hours per week.
  • Pay Range A new labor agreement was reached in the spring of 2020. Click here for the previous labor agreement for a rough estimate of pay and benefit information
  • Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications
    Bachelor's degree in Nursing and the following:
    Licensed as a Professional Registered Nurse by the Minnesota Board of Nursing.
    Certified as a Public Health Nurse (PHN) by the Minnesota Board of Nursing.
    Licensed as a Public School Nurse by the Minnesota Department of Education
    if not currently licensed, will be required to obtain license(s)

    Preferred Qualifications
    Experience working in a school setting
    Experience working as a nurse in either a Public Health or Pediatric setting

  • Start Date January 2020 or as soon as available
  • Contact Person

    Mary Langworthy, Director of Health and Wellness

    Interested applicants should start by emailing Mary directly: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

St. Louis Park Public Schools - Licensed School Nurse, Full-time position

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    One full-time opening split between 3 buildings, Early Childhood and two elementary schools. St Louis Park Public Schools serves approximately 5,000 students total. Our student body is diverse and ever changing. Our students and community members hail from all parts of the world. The school district welcomes and celebrates diversity of all kinds. As a District, we focus on racial equity in all we do.

  • Hours per Day 10 month position, 8 hours for 5 days a week.
  • Pay Range Per the Park Association of Teachers contract.
  • Description

    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.

  • Qualifications

    • Requires licensure as a Registered Nurse; Public Health Nurse Certification and MN licensure as a License School Nurse.
    • Public Health certification from Minnesota Board of Nursing
    • Current CPR certification for the Healthcare Professional and current First Aid certification.

  • Application

    • Please click this link to learn more about this position and to apply; search for School Nurse: https://slpschools.tedk12.com/hire/index.aspx
    • Please click this link to learn more about St. Louis Park Public Schools:
    https://www.slpschools.org

    Click here for link to contract.

  • Contact Person

    • Questions about this position may be directed to Angela Nelson, Student Services Analyst, (952) 928-6069 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Full Time LSN - Lakeville Area Public Schools

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    Lakeville Area Public Schools

  • Hours per Day 1.0 FTE
  • Description

    Position Description:
    1. Enhance the educational process by minimizing or removing health-related barriers to learning, while promoting a safe environment for students.
    2. Support the students of Lakeville Area Schools who have medical needs.
    3. Support the health service staff by teaching, directing and delegating activities within the health office and health related activities within the schools.
    4. Salary and fringe benefits in accord with the Master Agreement with Education Minnesota - Lakeville.
    5. See attached job description.

  • Qualifications

    Qualifications:
    1. Licensed as a Registered Nurse with the MN Board of Nursing
    2. Licensed as a School Nurse with the MN Department of Education
    3. Public Health Certificate with the MN Board of Nursing
    4. Must possess and maintain a current certification in CPR for HCP’s

  • Application

    Apply online at: Frontline Lakeville Area Schools with District application, cover letter, resume and letters of recommendation.

    Frontline Application JobID: 2722

    Benefits:

    1. This position is granted all benefits offered in the Education of MN Lakeville contract agreement.
    2. Compensation follows the salary schedule in the Education of MN Lakeville contract agreement.
    3. Teacher Contract
  • Start Date As soon as possible

Building Nurse (Float) - RN - LAKEVILLE AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    The float nurse works across all school district facilities to cover absences for building nurses. When all building nurses are in attendance, the float nurse will provide support to the health services department as assigned by a Licensed School Nurse (LSN). The float nurse works under the direction of the district Licensed School Nurses (LSNs) and is directly responsible to and receives direction from the LSNs and the building principals. An LSN will provide technical assistance regarding Individual Health Care Plans and medical procedures to be carried out in the health office and other assigned duties. It is the responsibility of the float nurse to keep the building principal and the LSNs fully informed of significant health problems and health service activities within their school.

  • Description

    The essential functions of this position include, but are not limited to, the following fundamental duties:
    1. Provide for the health care needs of students throughout the school day.
    2. Administer and record medication for students as ordered. Properly document medication that is damaged or discarded.
    3. Administer first aid to students and staff who are ill or injured while at school and provide care while they are on school property. Deliver emergency and episodic care according to school district policies and procedures. Accurately document all care given.
    4. Submit and route accident/injury reports for students requiring further evaluation/treatment.
    5. Assist staff with work-related injuries and refer to proper contact for worker’s compensation information.
    6. Inform teachers with a legitimate educational need-to-know about students’ special health conditions as delegated by the LSN.
    7. Provide nursing support to students and staff in on-site child care during the scheduled workday as directed by the LSN.
    8. Assist with health screening (i.e., hearing and vision) procedures requested by teachers, parents or an LSN.
    9. Assist with hearing and vision referrals according to criteria determined by screening guidelines.
    10. Assist building nurses in maintaining up-to-date confidential files for all students with health conditions.
    11. Record daily activities and compile statistical information as requested by the LSN.
    12. Enter required documentation to the district’s online data system including but not limited to immunizations, health conditions, treatment notes, and screening data.
    13. Assist in the identification of students who have a pattern of absences/tardiness and notify LSN.
    14. Monitor and document occurrences of communicable diseases following the MN Department of Health guidelines for reportable diseases.
    15. Distribute educational material to students, staff, and parents regarding specific communicable diseases following the guidelines of MDH and the Hennepin County Infectious Disease Manual
    16. Follow Hennepin County Community Health Guidelines for exclusion and re-admittance of students with symptoms of communicable disease. (Refer to the Infectious Diseases in Childcare Settings and Schools Manual, prepared by Hennepin County Community Health Department Epidemiology and Environmental Health.)
    17. Assist building nurses to organize field trip medications and provide teachers with instructions for student care while away from school setting including overnight trips as directed by the LSN.
    18. Consult with parents on health issues as needed.
    19. Maintain a safe and sanitary environment in the health office through routine cleaning and disinfecting. Assure all medical equipment is maintained.
    20. Screen students suspected of chemical use and immediately report concerns to school administration.

  • Qualifications

    1. RN licensed by the State Board of Nursing.
    2. Knowledge of diabetes, asthma, insulin pumps, nebulizer treatments, tube feedings, and wheelchair use and safety.
    3. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with colleagues
    4. Ability to effectively address the concerns of students, parents, and staff in a sensitive manner.
    5. Ability to handle confidential information appropriately.
    6. Ability to use vocal communication to express or exchange ideas by means of the spoken word and convey details or important instructions to others accurately, loudly or quickly.
    7. Ability to see things up close and at a distance, adjust focus, and use depth perception/color perception/peripheral vision.
    8. Ability to hear, to perceive information at normal spoken word levels, and to receive detailed information through oral communication and/or to make fine distinctions in sound
    9. Ability to independently travel by car between district buildings when necessary.
    10. Ability to use technology for a variety of purposes (e.g., email, Google Suite, Infinite Campus).
    11. Blood Borne Pathogens and Universal Precautions training required.
    12. Ability to respond promptly and effectively in emergency situations.
    13. Maintain First Aid and CPR/AED certification. Responsible for maintaining up-to-date certification.

  • Application

    Apply online at: Frontline Lakeville Area Schools with District application, cover letter, resume and letters of recommendation.

Wayzata Schools #284 Licensed School Nurse

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    East Middle School and Sunset Hill Elementary schools (located in close proximity)

  • Hours per Day Full time
  • Pay Range Per ISD #284 Teacher Contract
  • Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications
    Bachelor's degree in Nursing and the following:
    • Currently licensed as a Professional Registered Nurse by the Minnesota Board of Nursing.
    • Currently certified as a Public Health Nurse (PHN) by the Minnesota Board of Nursing.
    • Currently licensed as a Public School Nurse by the Minnesota Department of Education (if not currently licensed, will be required to obtain license.)

  • Application

    Apply online: https://www.applitrack.com/wayzata/onlineapp/default.aspx

  • Start Date As soon as possible
  • Contact Person

    Dawn Willson, Supervisor of Health Services
    Phone: 763-745-6073
    E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.