To assist students and staff with health issues so that they may enjoy greater benefit of the instructional program.
1. Provide emergency care or first-aid for students and staff who are injured or ill.
2. Administer medication, as delineated by Board policy, during school hours.
3. Complete vision and hearing screenings; rescreen and/or refer if indicated with appropriate follow-ups. Monitor and evaluate health records (i.e., physical examinations and immunizations) for compliance with state mandates. Contact parents to ensure children meet medical requirements. When needed, seek assistance to ensure guidelines are met.
4. Maintain emergency card files for students and staff.
5. Maintain a daily health log.
6. Complete accident report forms.
7. Provide information to building staff regarding students with health conditions and restrictions.
8. Complete health histories for case study evaluations.
9. Report specific communicable diseases to the proper authorities and inform parents with written notices; provide advice on the exclusion and readmission of students in connection with these diseases.
10. Monitor specific health problems; train to administer specialized medication, equipment, and procedures.
11. Complete attendance reports and follow up on student absences.
12. Participate in Satellite Team meetings, as needed.
13. Attend meetings at building and district levels when requested to do so by the Building Principal and/or the Administrator of Curriculum/Instructional Services.
14. Prepare all state and local reports relating to the health and welfare of the students.
15. Maintain an updated folder for health office substitutes.
16. Provide the Department of Curriculum and Instruction with a yearly inventory of equipment and supplies used in the health office.
17. Participate in inservice activities planned for health service personnel.
18. Refer pupils who may be eligible for the Home/Hospital Program.
19. Provide school clerical assistance as time may permit and as assigned by the Building Principal.
20. Perform other duties and responsibilities as may be assigned by the Building Principal and/or the Administrator of Curriculum/Instructional Services.
21. Complete CPR course within 90 days of employment.
22. Obtain/maintain certification for vision/hearing screening.
• Graduation from high school
• Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directions
• Ability to visually supervise students, assess situations for safety concerns
• Ability to exercise sound judgement in making decision regarding the safety and welfare of students
• Ability to perform assigned duties and tasks with a minimum of direction
• Ability to maintain effective public, student and co-worker relationships
School year position.
$22.99 - $24.00/hour.
Complete an online application at www.wilmette39.org.