Nurse Job Description Sample
- EF International High School Camp
EF High School Exchange Year
EF High School Exchange Year is seeking RNs or LPNs to work with international high school exchange students at its orientation program held on the Muhlenberg College campus in Allentown, PA. EF International High School Camp helps set students up for success by beginning their life changing journey acquiring new skills and practicing their English before arriving to their host families. The ideal candidate:
Has a desire to work with foreign teenagers
Has the ability to relate to one's peer group
Is willing to complete training to understand the EF program
Has experience working in a summer camp atmosphere
Possess excellent communication skills
Is able to physically participate in student activities & field trips
Is enthusiastic with a sense of humor, positive attitude, patience, and is flexible
EF International High School Camp is broken into two sessions:
- Session 1: July 14th
- July 27th
- Session 2: July 28th
- August 10th
The nurse will work in a team of two to provide basic health services to the students during the program. For anything more serious than headache, sprains, splinters, etc. the nurse will refer the student to an urgent care clinic for treatment and staff will arrange for the student to be transported. The nurse will hold office hours, and will participate in an on-call schedule with the other nurse.
This program is a summer camp with an academic feel, and includes some early mornings and late evenings.
Nurses will be paid $2,100 per session, inclusive of training and are provided with room and board for the duration of the program. EF will make travel arrangements for the nurse, or reimburse for mileage. Additionally, the nurse will be provided with all necessary materials and reimbursement for licensing in the state of Pennsylvania may be available.
Woodville ISD - Registered Nurse/District Health Services Coordinator
Job Details Region: 5 School District/Employer: Woodville ISD District Category/Employer: Campus Position: Nurse Assignment Level: Level
Woodville ISD Campus Description: Woodville ISD Date Posted: 6/5/2019 Deadline: Until Filled Openings: 1 Commitment:
Full Time Description/Notes: High School Registered Nurse and District Wide Health Services Coordinator
Graduate of an accredited professional nursing education program
Registered Nurse with valid license issued by the Texas Board of Nursing
Certified by the Texas Department of Health to conduct vision and hearing screening
Salary Range: Woodville ISD Salary Schedule Benefits:
How To Apply: Apply online at www.woodvilleeagles.org
Contact Person: Name: Terry Wynn Young Email: email@example.com Address: 505 North Charlton City:
Woodville State: TX Zip: 75979-4504 Phone: (361) 333-8008 Fax: (409) 283-7962
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Will be traveling between multiple middle school buildings.
he Francis Howell School District is the second largest school district in St. Charles County.
It's a great place to live, work and go to school. FHSD is committed to the recruitment and retention of top-notch employees with the determination and drive to create a positive and effective 21st century learning environment for our students.
The Francis Howell School District (FHSD) is pleased to announce that it has been selected as one of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces for the sixth consecutive year.
Job Summary/Purpose: Supports the educational process by providing health services to students.
Provides preventative health services to facilitate student optimal health. Identifies health need problems and provides services to prevent more serious concerns.
Education – Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Current, unrestricted license to practice as a professional registered nurse in Missouri.
Possesses good written and oral communication skills. Must be certified in CPR and able to perform CPR in a realistic setting, i.e. on the floor.
Competent physical assessment skills. Knowledge of computer based programs is preferred. Knowledgeable of HIPPA Act and maintenance of strict confidentiality in regard to personal health information of others.
Minimum 1-3 years current nurse experience, background in emergency care preferred but not required.
Medically attends to ill or injured children and staff.
Examples of Work Performed:
A. Identifies and treats common physical conditions of childhood, adolescence and adulthood.
B. Able to perform Adult and/or Child CPR (for elementary and preschool nurses) in a realistic setting and skilled in the use of Automated External Defibrillators (AED).
Complete job description attached.
The RN will provide basic nursing services for the participants of the Adult Day Program, including developing care plans, medication compliance monitoring, basic health screening and monitoring, and direct care as needed. They will provide assurance that all current licensure requirements are met as it applies to the provision of health care. This is a part-time regular position with a workweek expectation of 27 hours per week.
Essential Duties:• Participate in participant intake interviews and assist the ADC Director in preparing a care plan for each new participant.• Review and update participant care plans as needed, directed, and as required by license requirements. • Monitor participants' health and report changes and concerns to their physicians as needed.• Manage annual health updates for all participants coordinating with their primary physician.• Provide educational information and council to participants about good health practices.• Maintain list of professional health resources available for appropriate referrals for participants.• Review, update, and monitor policies regarding procedures for participant self-administration of medications and for unlicensed staff who provide medication assistance.• Supervise staff trained and certified to distribute medications, including Trained Medical Assistants (TMA).• Review charts for accuracy and completeness. • Receive oral instructions from physicians for medication changes and make appropriate updates to charts and communicate changes to staff as needed and appropriate.• Trim nails of diabetic participants as needed.• Perform Mantoux for staff and participants according to license and OSHA requirements.• Maintain nurses station in clean, orderly, sanitary condition.
Additional Responsibilities• Attend weekly staff meetings as needed to provide and receive information concerning participant care.• Occasionally represent ADC booth at local fairs. • Offering blood pressure clinics per ADC Director.• Other related duties as directed.
Bachelor's degree in nursing with a current Registered Nurse (RN) license in the State of Minnesota with a preference for experience and training in geriatric care. Experience with and an understanding of supervising and monitoring Trained Medical Assistants (TMAs) as well as an understanding of current federal, state, and county regulations concerning performance of nursing duties.
Possess an aptitude in oral and written communication skills. Computer literate with familiarity with Microsoft products. Must be trustworthy, especially in confidential matters.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule as needed. Must be able to regularly lift 50 pounds and transfer 150 pounds. Must pass The Salvation Army background check and meet MVR driver's qualification.
Must be willing to support the mission of The Salvation Army. It must be understood by the incumbent that the provisions of Safe From Harm will apply upon commencement of employment and also understood that the required Safe From Harm training be satisfactorily completed within the first thirty (30) days of employment.
At Hotze Health & Wellness Center, we believe that every person deserves to have a team of medical professionals to coach them on a path of health and wellness, naturally, without the use of pharmaceutical drugs so that they can enjoy a better quality of life. The goal of the Staff Nurse is to provide extraordinary hospitality and guest service while demonstrating excellent nursing care to our guests in a warm, friendly and relaxed yet refined environment. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: working with new and follow-up guests, performing blood draws and IVs, and educating guests about their treatment regimen. The Staff Nurse will demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills and work to continually strengthen the relationships with our guests.Essential Duties & Responsibilities*
Damon ISD - School Nurse
Job Details Region: 4 School District/Employer: Damon ISD District Category/Employer: Campus Position: Nurse Assignment Level: Level
Job Title: School Nurse School:
Damon ISD Campus Description: Pre K to 8th-grade campus Date Posted: 5/31/2019 Deadline: Until Filled Openings: 1 Commitment:
Full Time Description/Notes: Manage the cafeteria and nutrition program, serving grades PreK 3 to 8th grade. Approximately 140 students, breakfast and lunch.
Qualifications: Willingness to work. Has needed certifications needed to manage a nutrition program or willing to complete programs. Salary Range: negotiable Benefits:
How To Apply: Complete application at www.damonisd.net and email to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to David Hayward, 1211 Mulcahy CR 264 PO Box 429, Damon TX 77430
Contact Person: Name: David Hayward Email: email@example.com Address:
P.O. Box 429 City: Damon State: TX Zip: 77430-0429 Phone: (936) 870-6835 Fax: (979) 742-3275
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We are looking for compassionate and motivated nurses to work with families towards our shared goals of better pregnancy outcomes; improved child health and development; increased school readiness; and greater economic self-sufficiency for families.
Participates in comprehensive trainings regarding Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP) and Parent's as Teachers (PAT) program goals, theories, practice principles, rules of engagement and model elements.
Contributes to internal professional development seminars and weekly clinical conferences.
Adheres to nursing model of home visitation and community engagement.
Establishes and retains a caseload of pregnant women, new mothers and eligible families in accordance with NFP and PAT requirements. Visits clients in their homes on a weekly or semi-weekly basis.
Develops therapeutic, long-term relationships with clients utilizing concepts of reflection and motivational interviewing.
Supports, through one on one education, small group workshops and referral processes, the goals and achievements of women and their families.
Assesses and documents physical, emotional, social and environmental needs of women and their families. Records data on client needs, outcomes and milestones via computerized databases. Participates in regular review of reports and quarterly record audits for quality improvement purposes.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills required
Strong analytical, interpersonal, record keeping and organizational skills
Ability to multi-task effectively and work independently
Strong time management ability
Mid-level proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and other relevant software programs and databases
Able to work collaboratively with professionals, families and community members
Has basic knowledge of community resources and interest in learning about relevant health, education, housing, social services and early childhood programs
Possesses strong interpersonal skills and the desire to work in collaborative public health model
Multilingual applicants are especially welcomed
Three or more years of experience working in community/public health with urban, underserved populations in some capacity highly preferred
One or more years of nursing experience working in maternal-child health, early childhood, home visitation mode, and health education preferred. New graduates and second degree graduates are welcome to apply.
- Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing from accredited university required. Master's degree in Nursing, Public Health, Community Systems, Maternal-Child Health or related field preferred.
- Commensurate with education and experience
Sunshine has full- and part-time opportunities for both LPN and RN nurses to provide medical care to individuals with developmental disabilities. Could this be you? We’re looking for great medical personnel on all shifts.
Here, you’ll develop relationships with patients in a friendly, pleasant working environment with excellent benefits, continued training and competitive wages. No prior experience is needed. We train qualified candidates. New graduates welcome.
Must have either a license for LPN or RN. Patient, caring individual with excellent patient care. Critical thinking skills and good attendance record a must.
Financial peace of mind is key to great care. Sunshine offers these great benefits - and more!
- Medical, dental and vision coverage
- Paid vacation and personal days
- Bonuses 3X per year
- Performance bonuses monthly
- Extra pay on weekends
- 401(k) with company match
- Transportation Assistance
- Disability and life insurance
- Interest-free tuition loans
- Employee Assistance Program
- Member of an ERN (Employee Resource Network)
- Access to a Success Coach
- Interest-free loans for emergencies
- Training for advancement and promotion
The Nurse functions as a primary practitioner who monitors each member's clinical status and response to treatment utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, intervention, implementation and evaluation to assist individual with mental illnesses to achieve rehabilitative, resilience and recovery goals.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
Visits members at their homes or in the community to assess medical and psychosocial needs, develop plans to meet needs, provides services according to nursing standards, and monitor clinical status and response to treatment.Provides consultation to ACT team regarding members' medical issues.
Serves as a resource for the ACT team on general medical issues.
Works closely with all consulting psychiatrists and medical doctors as assigned. This may include but is not limited to: medication administration, scheduling appointments and coordinating care as indicated by the member's service plans.
Attends to members acute medical issues providing interventions as appropriate.
Responsible for the development and review of members' Individual Treatment Plans (ITP) and Mental Health Assessment (MHA). This requires face to face meetings with client or guardian to identify goals, objectives, specific mental health services needed, and identification of staff responsible for delivering the services.
Provides direct service to members through group counseling/therapy, case management, assertive community treatment, job support, crisis intervention, and psychosocial rehabilitation services either in the community or on site at a Thresholds location.
May oversee or participate in the assessment of members to determine the need for service, identify and investigate available resources, explain options available to the client and assist in the application process.Intervenes with collateral sources, agencies, bureaucracies, facilities, and families on the members' behalf.
Advocates and assists with problem solving/resolution that will help the client access and utilize support from the community or family.Participates in the implementation of a Thresholds Service Plan. This may require cooperation with the psychiatrist, other team members, the member, their families, and collaborating agencies.
Performs comprehensive member assessments in order to gage functioning levels and community supports.Works cooperatively with inpatient hospital staff, keeping logs and other records of all contacts as required by agency practice.Performs and participates in crisis intervention when necessary.
Assures that all Thresholds procedures regarding the handling of member's funds are followed and that both the members and the Thresholds administration are assured that all safeguards, reports and accounting meets the highest standards.Other duties as assigned.
MARGINAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- May be required to be on call for emergency response coverage.
- Bachelor's degree from an accredited school of Nursing. Master's preferred
Experience working with persons diagnosed with mental illness preferred.Ability to synthesize and summarize information and make judgments regarding patient care.
Must communicate effectively both verbally and in writing in order to provide information to patients and healthcare personnel.
Demonstrated ability to function independently.
Computer skills required; knowledge of database functions and maintenance necessary.Daily access to a personal vehicle is required.
Must obtain and maintain $100,000/$300,000/$100,000 liability insurance coverage. Subject to validation every 6 months.
- Licensed Registered Nurse required.Current and valid driver's license required.
If you are interested in working for a company where your opinion counts and team work is essential, please come to see what Meadows Manor North has to offer.
We are currently accepting applications for full time LPN or RN. This is your opportunity to join a team of caring health care professionals.
Position: FT or PT Nurse
Must be in good standing and meet all employment requirements of the Indiana State Department of Health.
- Working in homelike setting
- Friendly staff
- Paid for experience
- One (1) week after every six (6) months
- Vacation time may be used after 7 months and every 6 months thereafter
- After employee’s 5th year anniversary date employee will earn one and one-half (1½) weeks every six (6) months
- Vacation time may be accumulated and carried over
- Paid holidays
- New Years Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
- Accumulation of sick days from year to year
- Employee earns one (1) sick day per month
- After 150 hours of unused sick time is accumulated, anything over that amount will be paid annually after employee’s employment anniversary date
- Employees can make voluntary contributions into their account with “before tax” dollars.
- Profit Sharing
- Company may make voluntary deposits, based on profitability, which accumulate in the employees’ account and draw earnings each year.
- Once an employee meets all eligibility requirements, an employee account is established and statements will be furnished quarterly.
- The funds in an employee’s account will be available to the employee upon retirement or upon leaving Meadows Manor North according to the vesting schedule.
- Seminar and Tuition Reimbursement
- Medical, dental, vision, AFLAC, and Colonial insurance products available
- Credit union
If you want to make a difference in someone’s life apply today!
Equal Opportunity Employer
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