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Promoting Student Health For Student Success

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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.

St. Francis Area Schools – Full Time LSN

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    The mission of St. Francis Area Schools is to equip all students with the knowledge and skills to empower them to achieve their dreams and full potential while becoming responsible citizens in a dynamic world. St. Francis Area Schools is nestled in the woods and fields of northern Anoka County and southern Isanti County. This 165 square mile oasis of fresh air, clean water and livable space focuses on a quality of life that the residents feel is second to none, yet is a convenient drive from downtown Minneapolis or St. Paul. The school district annually educates 4800 students and employs more than 800 staff members. The nine municipalities within the district include the cities of St. Francis, Bethel, East Bethel, Oak Grove, portions of Andover and Nowthen, as well as portions of Athens, Linwood and Stanford townships.

  • Hours per Day Full Time, 8 hours per day
  • Pay Range $40,093 and up depending on qualifications
  • Description

    Summary of Position
    St. Francis Area Schools is seeking a licensed school nurse to oversee health services in three of our buildings; Cedar Creek Elementary School, East Bethel Elementary School, and the Early Childhood Family Education Center. Cedar Creek Elementary and East Bethel Elementary are Kindergarten through 5th grade buildings that are within a 1/2 mile of each other. Both buildings have full time health office staff acting as the primary point of contact for students needing care. The Early Childhood Center is located in Oak Grove and houses programming for all children ages 3-5. There is a part time LPN at this location, though traffic to the health office is very minimal. By joining our team, you would be a part of our dynamic, talented health staff consisting of 3 LSNs, 3 LPNs, and 3 Health Educational Assistants.

    Summary of Duties
    Promote a healthy and safe environment for students and staff through prevention, early intervention, and collaboration with school and community resources; Provide direct health care to students and staff; Coordinate and provide health screenings and referrals for health conditions; Serve as a leader for health policies and programs and as a liaison between school personnel, family, community and health care providers; Work with the school teams to accommodate the health needs of students on 504 plans and IEPs and complete related paperwork efficiently. This position is district wide and will require some travel.

  • Qualifications

    Licensed School Nurse-licensed by Minnesota Department of Education and the Minnesota Department of Health

  • Application

    Apply at www.isd15.org/jobs. Job #4002
    Applications will be reviewed and you will be contacted if selected to interview.

  • Start Date Fall, 2020
  • Contact Person

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

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

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    Saint Paul Public Schools serves over 37,000 diverse students. There are multiple LSN openings available. 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.

  • Hours per Day Fulltime
  • Pay Range This is a 10 month position working 40 hours per week. Click here for the labor agreement and salary schedule.
  • Description

    Saint Paul Public Schools serves over 37,000 diverse students. There are multiple LSN openings available. 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.
    Responsibilities
    • Assess, plan, implement, and evaluate through the nursing process the physical and mental health and developmental status of the preschool and school-aged child
    • Determine the health status of the student through vision testing, hearing testing, and physical examinations
    • Provide for the administration of medications and treatments necessary for students to remain in school during the school day
    • Promote the optimal health and well-being of students, families, and school personnel through health counseling
    • Administer immunizations in some settings
    • Develop and implement the health component of the Individualized Education Program (IEP) for students with disabilities affecting the student’s education
    • Develop and implement the health component of the Individual Health Plan (IHP) and the Emergency Care Plan (ECP) for students with disabilities or handicapping conditions that require accommodations to attend school
    • Case manage the chronic health conditions for students
    • Survey, report, and assist in the prevention and control of communicable disease Develop and maintain a system of first aid and emergency care
    • Assess and recommend school safety measures and promote healthy schools
    • Provide consultation, assist in locating resource materials, and assist in the instruction of students in health education
    • Work cooperatively with staff in the provision of health service to all students
    • Refer students and families to appropriate community resources
    • Collaborate with the Child Study Team in assessing, developing, implementing, and evaluating the Individualized Education Program (IEP)
    • Collaborate with the pupil problems committee in assessing, planning, implementing, and evaluating effective programs for students with unique problems
    • Collaborate with the child abuse team to efficiently and effectively assess and report possible child abuse, neglect, and/or sexual abuse
    • Collaborate with the Section 504 committee to develop an Individual Health Plan (IHP) for students who need accommodation to remain in school
    • Provide health information and education to staff and students
    • Collaborate with public and private health care providers to improve services
    • In response to Minnesota Statute 121A.15, review annually the immunization status of students, maintain records of their immunizations, recommend to the Saint Paul Board of Education exclusion of students in non-compliance, and report annually to the state departments of education and health
    • Establish and maintain a Pupil Health Record (PHR, H-5) as defined in Minnesota Statute 144.29 that contains the health status of the student, a record of immunizations, growth, vision, and hearing findings, and a chronological history of physical and mental health problems or conditions that may affect student education
    • Report suspected communicable diseases to the Saint Paul-Ramsey County Public Health as required by Minnesota Code of Agency Rule 4605.7000 to 7900
    • Report suspected cases of child abuse as required by Minnesota Statue 626.556 to the police and the area superintendent
    • Implement the Saint Paul Board of Education policies relating to health such as Administration of Medications, Child Abuse, Public Use of School Records, Immunizations, and Accidents/First Aid
    • Maintain data privacy of all individual physical, emotional, and social issues of students and staff and act as the primary data privacy keeper of the Pupil Health Record (PHR, H-5) as required by Minnesota Government Data Privacy Act MS 13.01-43
    • Input the immunizations and health appraisals of students into Infinite Campus
    • Maintain a current record of students with health conditions and problems on Campus.
    • Maintain statistical information about suspected communicable diseases (H-20) and follow-up of referrals that have not been completed (H-71)
    • Establish and maintain a chronological sequential health history record as part of the Pupil Health Record (PHR, H-5)
    • Maintain an individual data information system for students
    • Comply with established billing system(s) for health care services provided to students
    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

  • 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

  • Application

    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.

    Apply at SPPS Human Resources Website: https://www.spps.org/humanresources
    • Job #1010412 for "Licensed School Nurse - 2020/2021 School Year" (posted 7/9/20)

    Deadline for application: rolling until filled

  • Contact Person

    Mary Langworthy, Supervisor of Student Health and Wellness
    Interested applicants should email Mary first at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Elk River ISD #728 Licensed School Nurse

Job Information

  • Job Sites

    Multiple buildings: Elementary

  • Hours per Day Fulltime
  • Pay Range Per ISD #728 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: Application and Job Description

  • Start Date August 2020
  • Contact Person

    Jane Riesberg, Manager of Health Services
    Phone: 763-241-3433
    E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.