1. Valid Oregon Registered Nurse's License.
2. Criminal history clearance.
3. Two years of nursing experience preferably in a school or community health setting.
Per the Licensed bargaining contract.
8 hrs/day, Monday - Friday
The primary purpose of this position is to provide the students a program of prevention, intervention and education which allows all students to benefit from healthy and safe school environment. These functions include health assessment, health counseling, and health education.
1. Provides annual health assessments of each student which may include vision, hearing, dental and posture screening. Refers students as indicated and provides follow-up of identified health problems.
2. Maintains complete records of health status of each student. Reviews records to identify possible health problems.
3. Collaborates with building administrators and other school staff to develop prevention-oriented health services, policies and procedures.
4. Inspects, excludes, refers and educates those students and families suspected of having communicable disease.
5. Maintains Certification of Immunization Status for each student utilizing the Linn-Benton-Lincoln computer network and advises building principals of students to be excluded due to lack of immunization.
6. Trains, supervises, and delegates to building staff in the management of accidents, illnesses, and medication based upon policies determined by the district.
7. Provides consultation and in-service training to teachers and other educational staff regarding physical needs of students.
8. Provides nursing care and assessments for selected students. Identifies goals for care, makes nursing diagnoses and formulates a written plan for meeting these goals. Evaluates and revises this plan of care as needed. Participates in case staffing’s and the implementation of IDEA as indicated/requested.
9. Provides annual updates for building staff on management of bloodborne pathogens.
10. Serves as liaison between district and community health related agencies.
11. Serves as resource person and consultant for health classes and curriculum development committees.
12. Participates as a member of the School Health Advisory Committee.
13. Assists parents and community members as needed.
14. Strives to maintain and improve professional competence through an ongoing program of reading, workshops, seminars, conferences, classes, and other professional development activities.
15. Works harmoniously with others and communicates effectively (both orally and in writing) with students, parents and staff.
16. Operates computer and software programs as related to job responsibilities.
17. Lifts, moves or restrains a student on a regular basis.
18. Frequent or prolonged standing, walking and sitting.
19. Frequent and prolonged talking/hearing conversations.
Interested applicants must apply through the District Office website at [...] Quick Links/Job Opportunities. Job posting closes when a qualified candidate is selected. Salary as per negotiated agreement. For more information, please contact Jan Sansom, Director of Special Education, (541) 259-8917.
Reasonable accommodations for the application and interview process will be provided upon request and as required in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Individuals with disabilities may contact the Human Resources Department at (541) 259-8949 for additional information or assistance. Speech/hearing impaired applicants may contact the District for assistance through the Oregon Telecommunications Relay Service by dialing (800) 735-9200. Spanish Voice/TTY#: 1-800-735-3896.
Lebanon Community School District is an equal opportunity employer.
The District reserves the right to transfer employee to another position and/or site.