Licensed School Nurse Consultant to help oversee a variety of K-12 Charter schools in the Twin Cities and surrounding areas.
Serve as a consultant on a growing team of fellow nurses to assist school staff with a variety of needs including, but not limited to:
o coordinating school health services for K-12 students by educating and guiding schools towards having a compliant and positive school health program.
o training, delegating, monitoring, and supervising of Health Services Assistants and/or other school staff.
o completing nursing assessments and screenings to students with special education needs as well as participating on the IEP (Individual Education Plan) team for students with health/sensory/physical concerns or impairments that may interfere with learning.
o interpreting health findings for school staff regarding impact of health concerns on learning and accommodations required at school.
o developing and implementing individual health plans (IHP) and emergency health plans (EHP) for students with health conditions that require accommodations to attend school.
o assisting students and families in obtaining health care services in the community through referrals to appropriate providers and agencies.
o License as a Registered Nurse from Minnesota Board of Nursing.
o Public Health certification from Minnesota Board of Nursing (or ability to obtain).
o License as a School Nurse from Minnesota Department of Education (or ability to obtain).
o Current CPR certification for the Healthcare Professional and current First Aid certification.
o Technologically proficient.
o Must be able to provide insured vehicle for transportation with a valid driver's license.
o School health experience highly preferred; will fully train and mentor.
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.
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
• 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.
• Master's degree in nursing from an accredited college
• School nurse/ pediatric professional nursing (RN) experience
Website where an application may be downloaded:
Look for “Staff Nurse - School Nurse Consultation- Job #170851”
Jill Johnson, Team Supervisor
The School District of Onalaska is accepting applications for a Director of Nursing Services. This position is full-time, year round position. (260 days)
The Director of Nursing Services is responsible for coordinating and facilitating the required school health and emergency nursing services for the district. This position will provide oversight to school nurses and health paraprofessional’s duties.
The mission of the School District of Onalaska (Wisconsin) is to work together to ensure high levels of learning for all. Onalaska is located in western Wisconsin with a population of 18,000. The district supports a high school, middle school and three elementary schools. The total student population is around 3,150 students.
• Licensed Registered Nurse
• Bachelor's Degree in Nursing Required/Master's Degree Preferred
• Nursing experience in working with school age children
• Excellent assessment and communication skills
• Knowledge of immunization requirements and follow-up and communicable disease control
• Certified or willing to become certified as a First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor
• Such qualifications as the Board of Education may find appropriate
Complete job description can be found at www.onalaskaschools.com/jobs
Please complete application on WECAN and include online cover letter addressed to Laurie Enos, Pupil Services Director, and attach a resume and transcripts.
Applications will be accepted until position is filled.
Application can be found at: www.onalaskaschools.com/jobs
Sonya Ganther, PHR, SHRM-CP
Director, Human Resources
School District of Onalaska
Provide nursing care for students and consultation to health aides.
Hours, building, and days will vary.
Go to Prior Lake-Savage district website to complete an application
Link to our postings: https://www.applitrack.com/priorlake/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Health+Services
Student Support Services Coordinator
District Services Center
4540 Tower Street SE
Prior Lake, MN 55372