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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 (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.

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  • 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.
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  • Include the Deadline for applications to be submitted and Effective Date of position.

School Nurse for Jordan Middle School - ISD 717

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Wayzata School District - Community Education LSN

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    Wayzata Public Schools is currently seeking a Licensed School Nurse to enhance participation in the Wayzata Public Schools School Age Care programs for students by the modification or removal of barriers to participation and by promotion of optimal levels of wellness and safety at the 9 elementary sites.

  • Hours per Day 0.75 position/ 30 hours per week, worked between the hours of 11 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Description

    Participate in planning programs in order to minimize health problems of students that may interfere with their out-of-school time needs.
    Develop, implement, and evaluate School Age Care health program goals, objectives, and procedures.
    Participate in planning full-day preschool programs in order to minimize health problems of students that may interfere with their learning.
    Provide direct and delegated care and/or service to Community Ed youth programs participants.
    Support district and on-site program staff with emergency care and support Community Ed youth programs with daily student health services

  • Qualifications

    School Nurse license preferred. Current Minnesota RN. Current certification in Crisis Prevention Intervention, CPR/AED and First Aid (district provided). Must have and maintain a valid Minnesota Driver’s License. Must clear DHS background check and fingerprinting for State Certification.

  • Application

    Apply on line at www.wayzataschools.org/apply
    Internal Applicants must complete the Internal Application

  • Start Date 1/10/20 Or Until Filled

Tanadoona Healthcare Manager (Camp Nurse)

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  • Job Sites

    About Camp Fire Minnesota

    Camp Fire Minnesota “lights the spark” in over 5,000 K-12 youth each year through nature-based experiences. Our programs include summer camp, STEM, environmental education, and teambuilding school field trips at Tanadoona, in-school STEM and environmental education, and community-based before/after-school and summer nature programs.
    We are proud to offer inclusive and welcoming programs to all youth. To this end, over 40% of youth who participate in Camp Fire Minnesota programs receive financial aid. As a result of their Camp Fire experience, 90% of youth report valuing nature and stewarding the environment.

    Our summer camps at Tanadoona in Chanhassen and Camp Bluewater in Grand Rapids offer youth and teens progressive, nature-based learning through day, specialty day, overnight, adventure and leadership development camps. Tanadoona is an ACA accredited camp.

    Camp Tanadoona
    3300 Tanadoona Dr.
    Excelsior, MN 55331

  • Hours per Day Full-time would be 5:00-9:00 on Sunday and 7:30-4:00 M-F. If we hire 2 nurses, hours can be flexible/shared.
  • Pay Range $1,000-$1200/week, depending on experience
  • Description

    Pre-Camp Duties
    • Order supplies as for health office
    • Sets up health office (physical environment, organize supplies, laptop, etc.)
    • Updates and organizes health forms, policies, records, procedures, etc.

    Orientation Duties:
    • Conducts staff in-service, teaching topics including camper and staff health and safety (blood borne pathogens, life-threatening allergies, chronic health conditions) and health office procedures.
    • Meets individually with all staff to review personal health history and needs including storage of their medication.

    Camp Session Duties:
    • Reviews health needs of all campers prior to each session. Create health plans as needed.
    • Communicates camper health needs to staff on an as needed basis before camper arrives.
    • When camper arrives, review with parent all campers’ health information and needs.
    • Double checks that all items camper needs for taking medication are available at camp or parent has supplied
    • Completes medication schedule/distribution and communicate plan to staff per cabin group
    • Creates medication distribution plan and implement (ex. unit dose system).
    • Follow camper medication schedules and ensure proper medication distribution and delegate to Health and Wellness Coordinator as needed.
    • Facilitates to other camper/staff health related needs throughout camp session
    • Attends to any medical/first aid needs during camp session
    • Acts as a liaison with Tanadoona Health Team, local doctors, hospitals, and pharmacies.
    • Be on call or available at all times during camp session
    • Notifies Outdoor Programs Manager of serious behavior, injuries or illnesses of campers or staff. Complete camp accident report per guidelines.
    • Works as a team, help each other out, and communicate needs directly to Outdoor Programs Manager
    • At the end of each session, packs up any remaining medications or supplies and directs Health and Wellness Coordinator to return to parents/caregiver at camper pick-up
    • When medications are left at camp, notifies parents and arrange a pick-up plan.

    Post Camp Duties:
    • Inventories all health supplies and stock medication. Create inventory needs list for the next year.
    • Updates all health office documentation

  • Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications
    • Current Minnesota Registered Nurse State license, in good standing
    • Minimum three years’ experience in an acute care setting, preferably ED or Urgent Care
    • Current CPR and First Aid certification
    • Respect and maintain confidentiality of all camper and staff health information.

    Desired Qualifications
    • Experience working with children and adolescents
    • Excellent communication skills (ability to work collaboratively with staff, campers, and parents)
    • Must be flexible, have ability to adapt to ever changing situations
    • Kind, caring, generous and patient personality
    • Creative and innovative
    • Excellent problem-solving skills and organized
    • Self-directed and demonstrates positive le

  • Application

    Submit an application, found here.

  • Start Date Training begins on May 25th and the last date of employment is August 30.
  • Contact Person

    Direct questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (include the position title in the subject line)
    Fax: 952-378-1661
    Mail: Camp Fire Minnesota, Attn: Camp Staff, 4829 Minnetonka Boulevard, Suite 202, St. Louis Park, MN 55416