TITLE: Substitute Nurse
Nurse License required
working with children
working in a health care setting
alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable
Human Resources Coordinator/Building Administrator
To enable each child to pursue his or her education
and health care needs as smoothly as possible in the absence of the regular
to the building principal or school secretary upon arrival at the building.
with the principal, department head, or team leader (as needed) all plans and schedules
to be followed during the teaching day.
as fully as possible the established routines and procedures of the school and
health office to which assigned.
the health office procedures outlined and described as prepared by the absent
as appropriate, with the building principal, department head, or team leader
before initiating any health office procedures not specified in the substitute
responsibility for overseeing pupil behavior in the health office.
in writing, on the day’s activities at the conclusion of each teaching day.
all policies, rules and procedures to which regular nurses are subject and
which good nursing practice dictates as outlined in the district’s substitute
duties as assigned by building principal (or designated person for the
ESSENTIAL FUNCTION OF POSITION:
Assists with the health office program in meeting
the health care needs of students.
to possess and maintain licensure (certification) as a substitute nurse.
to speak clearly in a logical and forthright manner
composition skills suitable for producing written communication for a variety
to quickly analyze a situation and provide prompt advice
to respond to information requests in a courteous, timely and helpful manner
to perform job responsibilities using appropriate software on district computer
system and communication equipment
to manage job responsibilities while meeting established deadlines
to work constructively and cooperatively with others
to travel as needed
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF
requires physical exertion beyond walking or climbing stairs.
prolonged (over 50% of time) standing and walking.
(over 33% of the time), requires physical exertion to manually move, lift,
carry, or push heavy* objects or materials. *”heavy”
means not over 50 pounds.