PART TIME SCHOOL NURSE, RN
: Per Contract
August 8, 2012
August 22, 2012
18 hours per week
:As soon as possible
THIS POSITION DOES NOT HAVE ANY BENEFITS
B.S. N. preferred, not required.
Valid State of Connecticut R.N. license to practice
Current certification in CPR.
Supervisor of Nursing Services.
Implements the process and follow-up of diagnosing human
responses to actual or potential health problems.
To provide the best physical and mental health care for all
students thereby creating a climate of health and well-being in
the district schools.
Educate staff and students in the appropriate use of services
offered in the Health Office.
the fullest possible educational opportunity for each district
student by minimizing absences due to illness and create a
climate of health and well-being in the district
Collaborates to develop programs that meet the identified needs
of students, families and school personnel.
Delivers effective prevention programs and services.
Coordinates health services for students.
Delivers effective screening and assessment services.
Delivers a continuum of effective nursing intervention services
from early intervention through crisis response.
Assists students in monitoring and directing their personal
development and capabilities.
Delivers effective referral and liaison services.
Collaborates and consults with other medical professionals to
provide effective and efficient services.
Evaluates students' outcomes to ensure high-quality
10. Executes the medical regimen
under the direction of a licensed Physician or Dentist.
The school nursing program
maintains written policies and procedures to ensure quality of
services and district wide uniformity.
Performance of this job will be
evaluated by the Supervisor of Nursing Services.
Evaluation of school nurse is
systematic, appropriate to meet the individual needs of
evaluated staff members, and consistent with school nursing
standards of practice.
See CSDE document, Evaluating Pupil Services Specialists
(1993); the Standards of Clinical Nursing Practice (ANA, 1998),
School Nursing Practice:
Roles and Standards (Proctor, Lordi and Zaiger, 1993); Roles
and Qualifications for School Health Personnel (Connecticut
Advisory School Health Council, 1997); and Standards of
Professional Practice (National Association of School Nurses,
Evaluation of individual school nurses on discipline-specific
clinical competencies is conducted only by a supervisor with
credentials and expertise in school nursing.