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B’nai Shalom is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a full range of benefits including paid vacation, paid sick days, health, vision and dental insurance, and profession development opportunities. We operate on an academic calendar and there are paid holidays when school is closed.
Title: School Nurse
Reports to: Head of school (at both B’Nai Shalom Day School and New Garden Friends School)
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The school nurse is responsible for:
- developing, implementing, and managing a comprehensive school health program for both schools.
- providing general school nursing services
- ensuring that both schools are in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and standards pertaining to school nursing practice
- health screening of students
- developing general health policies and procedures, and communication, including those specifically relating to COVID-19
- developing and providing health education, specifically relating to COVID-19
The school nurse is expected to:
- Attend the New School Nurse Orientation through NCDHHS and follow up session (new school nurses)
- Collect data for the NC DHHS School Health Nursing Survey and Program Summary (End of Year of Report)
- Work according to the schedule determined by both B’nai Shalom Day School and New Garden Friends School
Skills related to this important role include the ability to:
- Deal tactfully with others and exercise good judgment in appraising situations
- Make independent and timely nursing decisions and triage
- Secure the cooperation and respect of students, faculty, and staff
- Elicit needed information and maintain effective working relationships
- Collect data to direct evidence-based practice
- Record accurately services rendered and interpret and explain records, reports, activities, health care plans, accommodations, and medical interventions
- Identify health-related barriers to learning (i.e., at-risk behaviors, financial, cultural, economical, etc.)
Standards of Professional Performance
- Quality of Practice: Systematically enhances the quality and effectiveness of nursing practice
- Education: Attains knowledge and competency that reflects current school nursing practice
- Professional Practice Evaluation: Evaluates one’s own nursing practice in relation to professional practice standards and guidelines, relevant statutes, rules, and regulations
- Collegiality: Interacts with and contributes to the professional development of peers and school personnel as colleagues
- Collaboration: Collaborates with the client, the family, school staff and others in the conduct of school nursing practice
- Ethics: Integrates ethical provisions in all areas of practice
- Research: Integrates research findings into practice
- Resource Utilization: Considers factors related to safety, effectiveness, cost, and impact on practice in the planning and delivery of school nursing services
Technology and Tools
- Proficiency with communication tools including Gmail*, Google docs, Google calendar, Zoom video conferencing, school telephone systems
- Proficiency with Internet browsers and research
- Proficiency with basic device management including file saving and navigation, printing and copying,
- Willingness to learn and try new technologies as required
- Medical equipment as necessary in the administration of duties
- Tablet and laptop computers,
- Copying equipment
Communication and Knowledge
- Speaking – convey information effectively, tactfully, and kindly.
- Active listening – give full attention to what others are saying, possess the ability to understand points being made, ask appropriate questions, and not interrupt inappropriately.
- Social perceptiveness – be aware of others’ reactions and understand why they react as they do.
- Writing – effective written communications as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
- Active learning – understand the implications of new information for problem-solving and decision making.
- Critical thinking – use logic, reasoning, and a growth mindset to identify strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions,
- conclusions, or approaches to problems.
- Monitoring – assess the performance of self and others to make improvements or take corrective action.
- Required: Registered nurse, currently licensed in North Carolina
- A minimum of 3 years of RN nursing experience dealing with young children and adolescents (ages 2 mos – 18 years)
- CPR Trained
- Desire to work with school-age children
- Ability to stand and/or sit for extended periods of time.
- Ability to attend scheduled trips as a facilitator or chaperone
- Ability to speak clearly for understanding.
- Ability to see clearly at short range
- Ability to hear clearly
Please submit a cover letter and resume with three references via email to Susan Siegel, Head of School, firstname.lastname@example.org
We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture and encourage applications from all interested persons, including people of color, persons with disabilities, and LGBTQ individuals.
Our state-licensed preschool at B’nai Shalom Day School is looking for substitute teachers for our youngest students, infants to five-year-olds. Substitutes must be professional and possess excellent verbal skills. Experience with caring for children is preferable. This is a physically demanding job that requires standing, sitting on the floor, and holding/carrying children. A successful sub will be both nurturing and a team player. Under the guidance of the Preschool Director, a substitute will assist the lead teacher in the daily activities which will include helping with snack/lunch, cleaning-up, sanitization of toys, and bathroom needs/diaper changing.
B’nai Shalom is practicing under strict COVID restrictions. Substitutes need to be cautious in their daily lives by wearing a mask in public spaces and practicing safe social distancing. Masks are mandatory for all B’nai Shalom Day School staff members, including substitute teachers. Social distancing is practiced in all Preschool classrooms by the lead and assistant teachers.
If you are interested in subbing, please send your resume to Lisa Lasovsky, Preschool Director at email@example.com.
Our state licensed preschool at B’nai Shalom Day School is hiring teachers. Applicants must be knowledgeable in early child development, professional, and possess excellent verbal and written communication skills. This is a physically demanding job which requires standing, sitting on the floor and holding/carrying children.
Under the guidance of the Preschool Director you will participate in all aspects of the program. The successful candidate will have at least an Associate degree in ECE or a minimum of two years of preschool classroom experience or the equivalent.
This position is a full-time salaried position and offers a full range of benefits including paid vacation and sick days, health, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance, and ongoing professional development. The preschool operates on an academic calendar and there are paid holidays when school is closed. Additional information about B’nai Shalom Day School is available on our web site at www.bnai-shalom.org.
B’nai Shalom is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a workplace that is free of discrimination and harassment based on race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national or ethnic origin, handicap, disability, citizenship, or any other protected status. This applies to all terms and conditions of employment including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, compensation, and training.
To apply, send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org