Substitute School Nurse 2019-2020 School Year

Job | Posted 2 years ago
Position Areas
Substitute Teacher


Daily Assignments are determined by individual schools on an As Needed Basis. CURRENT SUBSTITUTES DO NOT NEED TO REAPPLY.
Candidates are selected to continue through the hiring process according to the following criteria:

- Minimum Requirements of High School Diploma or GED and
- Must be a graduate of an approved Registered Nursing Program and
- Must be a licensed registered nurse in the State of Kentucky
- Interview with a member of the Human Resources team
- References
- Past work history and comments from previous supervisors

Job Description:
TITLE:  School Nurse
  1. A graduate of an approved Registered Nursing Program and a licensed registered nurse in the State of Kentucky 
  2. Has three years of nursing experience 
  3. Possesses a valid driver's license 
  4. Knowledge of state law and programs related to school health services 
  5. Willingness and ability to accept leadership as a professional nurse in the affairs of the school and community 
  6. Has demonstrated the ability or potential to work effectively with students, parents, and staff 
REPORTS TO:  Executive Director Student Services/District Health Coordinator
JOB GOAL:  Establishment and enforcement of state and school policies and programs for the protection and promotion of health for pupils and employees within the school district. To administer an effective health service program designed to aid children and youth in developing their full potential in health and education
  1. Plan, conduct, and evaluate the School Health Program 
  2. Examine and recommend the financial needs of the program 
  3. Interpret medical, social, and educational needs within the school and the community 
  4. Interpret school health needs and programs to school personnel, community individuals and health agencies 
  5. Implement the health services within the total school program 
  6. Coordinate health screening and supervise appropriate follow-up of screenings and refer to appropriate services 
  7. Supervise and assess the completeness of periodic health examinations with particular regard to immunizations, physicals for initial enrollment and adequate record keeping 
  8. Work with the clinicians in the school to meet regulations and promote control of communicable diseases through preventive immunization programs, early detection and reporting of contagious diseases 
  9. Establish and supervise first aid facilities for each school 
  10. Assist students using the Neediest Kids of All Funds as directed by the guidelines 
  11. Cooperate with health-related agencies to develop methods and working agreements that assure the best use of community resources for health promotion 
  12. Serve as a resource person for teachers in health education instruction by providing instruction and finding outside resource people and materials 
  13. Maintain professional growth through participation in educational endeavors necessary for current licenser and participation and membership in professional organizations at local, state, and national levels 
  14. When necessary, make home visits to identify needs and assist parents in utilizing existing resources for providing care of the students 
  15. Keep all policies current with new regulations from the State Department of Education and/or State Bureau of Health Services 
  16. Assist in meeting the requirements of the school health codes pertaining to employee medical examinations 
  17. Organize and conduct annual school safety inspections 
  18. Coordinate an on-going staff development program for clinicians
Perform other duties consistent with the position assigned as requested by the supervisor

Posted By

Boone County Schools

8330 US Highway 42 , Florence, KY 41042

At the following locations

District Wide

8330 US 42 , Florence, KY 41042

Compare with State

Amount per Student


State Average: $10,394

% ELL Students


State Average: 3%

Student Teacher Ratio


State Average: 16.39

% IEP Students


State Average: 14%



State Average: 525