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Shift and status: Part time, Day shift
Pay range: $15.75 to $17.25, depending on experience
Location is Wesley Campus, is a centralized Special Education Program, operated by MAISD, that educates students eligible for special education services due to a Cognitive Impairment (CI), Severe Multiple Impairment (SXI), and Autism (ASD). Work will be with multiple classrooms for high medical needs: g-tube feedings, medications, etc
Under supervision and direction of the School Nurse, is responsible for providing basic first aid for school children through the School Health Advocacy Program. Works with the school nurse, school staff, other health care providers, community program and others to improve the health and well being of the child. Responsible for assisting high-risk families access available community resources. Provides education to clients and the community related to focus of community program.
Administers first aid under the direction of the RN according to school district policies. Administers medications and treatments (such as tube feedings, diabetic monitoring, catheterizing) that are scheduled and as needed, under the supervision of the RN according to school district policies. Collects information, such as vital signs and history of illness or injury and communicates as needed with RN to determine student's disposition. Documents direct and indirect services provided and other pertinent program data.
Works collaboratively with student, their families and staff to help provide hygiene assistance as needed with toileting, diapering and laundry needs.
Participates in gathering pertinent information regarding student health concerns and coordinates these needs to school staff, prior to any school field trip.
Communicates to the RN information received from students, family members, physicians and other members of the educational team, following FERPA guidelines.
Continuously collects and documents data regarding: school immunization status, school communicable disease reports, school hearing, vision and lice screenings as well as student health concerns. Acts as a role model and resource to students, their families and the school community to promote a healthy and safe school environment.
Works collaboratively with student and their families by referring community agencies and volunteers to schedule and provide optimal coordination of services, to facilitate a supportive relationship and to evaluate effectiveness of services provided and plan for future needs.
Mentors, empowers and advocates for students and their families to help them gain independence with their health care needs.
Participates in social and physical evaluations that could affect the student at home or in school. Acts as a resource to program staff to discuss barriers about life/situational/cultural factors impacting client, family and environment.
High School Diploma or equivalent, required.
Preferred associate degree or equivalent Post high school education.
2 years of relevant experience Required.
CRT-First Aid - AHA American Heart Association 90 Days required.
CRT-CPR - AHA American Heart Association 90 Days required.
CRT-Automated External Defibrillator (AED) - UNKNOWN Unknown 90 Days required.
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Primary LocationSITE - Widdicomb South - 665 Seward Ave - Grand Rapids
Department NameSchool Advocacy - Healthier Communities - Non Kent County
Employment TypePart time
ShiftDay (United States of America)
Weekly Scheduled Hours30
Hours of Work8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Days WorkedMonday to Friday
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