Cluster School Nurse (South County)

Fulton County Board Of Education Atlanta , GA 30301

Posted 2 months ago

Title: Cluster School Nurse

Position Summary:

Provides leadership and support to ensure that all school nurses, clinic assistants, and other personnel are appropriately trained to provide optimum health services for all students; Provides health services to all students

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assists the cluster schools in understanding and managing health issues for students

  • Consults with school staff, clinic assistants, parents, and students regarding students with health issues

  • Serves as a consultant to local school clinic assistants and clinic assistant substitutes; Ensures clinic workers are appropriately trained and follow approved clinic protocol including the supervision of medication for students as appropriate

  • Acts as a liaison between cluster schools, health department, physicians, and other health agencies to coordinate care for students

  • Trains school staff, as appropriate, to perform required procedures; Provides staff development training on health-related subjects

  • Provides emergency crisis nursing care for ill or injured

  • Provides health counseling to students, parents, and staff

  • Assists schools with immunization requirements and health screenings for students

  • Works in concert with the cluster nurses to meet the health care needs of all students

  • Performs other duties as assigned by the appropriate administrator

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of student health programs and issues

  • Must be able to successfully manage multiple tasks, projects, and responsibilities

  • Ability to apply critical thinking skills in rendering solutions to various issues

  • Must be able to collaborate effectively with District personnel, the general public, and work with diverse groups of people

  • Excellent communication skills both written and verbal


  • Bachelor's Degree is required


  • Minimum 5 years of successful nursing experience with at least 1 year working with a pediatric population required


  • Current Georgia RN license, CPR, and First Aid Certification required

Salary Information:

Salary Range for 2019-2020

  • $49,012 - $57,845

Step placement credit may be granted for up to a maximum of 8 years (Step 9) of prior verifiable experience. Salary placement with Fulton County Schools is non-negotiable. Actual salary placement will be based on Fulton County Board of Education experience calculations from the Non-Teaching Salary Schedule B-190, Executive Scale, Step 1 - Step 9.

Complete Application:

  • Online Application

  • Resume

It is the policy of the Fulton County School System not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability in any employment practice, educational program, or any other program, activity, or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation or modification due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact Compliance Coordinator Ron Wade, 6201 Powers Ferry Rd, NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30339, or phone 470-254-4585.TTY 1-800-255-0135.

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