2022-2023 SY: School Nurse - El Camino Real Academy

2022-2023 SY: School Nurse - El Camino Real Academy

Santa Fe Public Schools | Santa Fe, NM, 87501, US
Salary Range:$46,000 – $55,000 Salary range estimated by Zippia

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Position Type:

Ancillary/School Nurse

Date Posted:



El Camino Real Academy

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Nurse - School Nurse at ECRA

Work Unit:

School Site Reports To:

Principal/Lead Nurse Contract Length:

9 months

Pay Schedule:

Teacher Overtime Status:

Exempt Hours:

7 hours/day

Union Status:

NEA Licensure:

PED Professional School Nurse

All positions with Santa Fe Public Schools require a post offer/pre-employment background check. Some positions have additional requirements as established by Federal or State Rules and Regulations.

General Function:

Ensures comprehensive delivery of health services to students. Provides age appropriate, culturally sensitive care in a safe environment; educates parents and staff about healthy practices and treatment conditions; assures and coordinates continuity of care among several settings and care givers; monitors and manages medical information in a timely manner; communicates effectively in school and community settings with students, staff, parents and care providers.


(Basic minimum requirements are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the District.)

Minimum: Graduation from a Registered Nurse program. Licensed as a school nurse by the Public Education Department.

Preferred: BA in nursing. And a minimum of two (2) years experience of school nursing, community health or public health. Ability to speak Spanish is highly desirable.

Knowledge/Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of nursing process and theory, standard nursing practices and procedures, immunization requirements, communicable disease prevention and control, HIPAA/FERPA regulations, screening methods related to vision, hearing and dental health, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Knowledge of SFPS district policies and procedures as they apply to Health Services, Special Education process (IEP & 504), classroom-teaching methods. Knowledge of state and federal guidelines that effect student access to healthcare. Use of audiometer, otoscope, electronic sphygmomanometer, electronic thermometer, computerized record keeping, vision screening equipment, and other medical equipment necessary for the individual student. Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing with students, family, staff, community agencies and health care providers. Flexibility, organization, decision-making and problem solving skills. Interpersonal skills with work with diverse populations both in person and on the telephone. Ability to meet deadlines and submit reports in a timely manner.

Essential Job Functions

All functions are performed in accordance with established policies, procedures, safety and environmental regulations, facility and computer security policies and procedures. Functions are subject to change from time to time to meet the needs of the organization. Current essential functions include the following:

* Implements health policies and procedures of the local district and state health agencies.
* Identifies health problems through screening procedures, assessment and evaluation of the students.
* Makes appropriate referrals based on data obtained from screening procedures.
* Makes home visits when need arises.
* Maintains student health and immunization records and appropriate follow-up.
* Provides emergency care and first aid for all students and employees.
* Authorizes exclusion and re-admission of students in connection with infectious and contagious diseases.
* Serves as a consultant and resource person to staff, parents, and medically fragile students in identify community resources.
* Advises teachers and consults with parents on health matters, particularly regarding screening for student health concerns.
* Serves on and/or attends committee meetings and conferences regarding health services and curriculum.
* Serves on SST, IEP and 504 meetings when the student has a health condition that effects his/her ability to learn.
* Participates in In-service training programs, workshops, and continuing education to maintain professional status.
* Serves as a consultant in matters of school health, safety, health education and sanitary conditions.
* Assists Principal and Lead Nurse in performance of any other health related assignments.
* Must be available to respond to emergencies at other SFPS campuses.
* Assists in supervising, training, and delegating assignment, medication administration, and procedures to Medically Fragile Health Assistants.
* Develops and implements individual health care plans.
* Manages and oversees the implementation of the District medication policy.
* Reviews, administers, and documents immunizations as deemed appropriate for student health. Is available for immunization clinics.
* Attends all mandatory in-services,
* Participates in the ongoing operation of School based health centers and acts as a leader when appropriate.
* Assists in preparation and administering health services budget, seeks opportunities to apply for outside services of funding for the school heal service program at district and campus levels.
* Assumes leadership in the establishment of a school health service advisory committee with representation from such groups as school administration, faculty, students, parents, and community providers.
* Develops and implements research projects to attain pertinent health information.
* Develops and implements program as need dictates. Using nursing process provides goals, objectives, action steps , and assessment of programs.
* Coordinates planning with interdisciplinary colleagues at the national, state and local levels, in the coordinated school health service program.
* Acts as a mentor and offers assistance to new district school nurses, and also coordinates assistance to the local community professional health members. This includes student nurses, and other health professionals.
* Performs other related duties as assigned.

Salary Range:

Based on education, experience, and nursing credentials.

LPN: $21,977 - $37,176+ (Salary Under Negotiation)

Associate Degree RN: $26,244 - $42,488+ (Salary Under Negotiation)

Resources Used in Performing Job Include (but are not limited to):

A wide variety of instructional materials and resources including electronic/digital equipment

Physical/Cognitive Requirements:

Regularly lifts and moves up to 25 pounds in supplies which requires bending, stooping and lifting. Physical strength and ability to assist injured students and staff members in emergency situations by positioning or moving, following established procedures. Use hands and arms to manipulate equipment, tools, keyboards, or other objects. Sit and stand for long periods of time. Regularly exposed to disease and injury.

Environmental Conditions:

Most work is performed in an indoor setting at a school site. However, there is possible travel to other campus locations to assist in emergencies.

Personal Accountability:

* Demonstrates reliability as evidenced by attendance records and punctuality
* Properly notifies supervisor and/or designee of absences or tardiness
* Begins and completes work within the allotted time
* Consistently appears in attire appropriate to the work environment
* Demonstrates skill in the use of equipment including its capabilities, limitations and appropriate/special application
* Protects the District's resources through appropriate and careful use of supplies and equipment
* Utilizes appropriate body mechanics to aid in the prevention of muscle strain/injury