Health Service Assistant Ii-Special Needs -Repost

Ontario-Montclair School District Ontario , CA 91761

Posted 3 weeks ago

Health Service Assistant II-Special Needs -REPOST

Employer:

Ontario-Montclair School District (K-8)

Date Posted:
3/25/2019

Contact:

Jody Tope
909-418-6399

Number Openings: (At time of posting)
1

Length of Work Year:
183 days per year / 6.5 hours per day

Employment Type:

Application Deadline:
4/7/2019 11:00 PM Pacific

Salary:

$18.49- $22.02 per hour

Date Posted: 3/25/2019 Application Deadline: 4/7/2019 11:00 PM Pacific Employment Type: Length of Work Year: 183 days per year / 6.5 hours per day Salary: $18.49- $22.02 per hour Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1 Contact: Jody Tope Email: jody.tope@omsd.net Phone: 909-418-6399

Announcement Number:

#18/19-93A

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Announcement Number: #18/19-93A

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Job Description / Essential Elements: Print

Health Services Assistant Special Needs II

GENERAL PURPOSE

Under general supervision, provides a variety of health services to students with special needs at with large special needs student populations in accordance with state laws and regulations and District policies; and performs related duties as assigned.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

Health Services Assistants Special Needs II perform a variety of duties in providing of health services and information to students, parents and staff at schools with large special needs student populations, in accordance with established laws, policies and procedures. Incumbents are responsible for providing specialized physical health care services and performing standardized procedures as prescribed by a physician and requested by a student's parent/guardian for students with special needs at an assigned school. Incumbents are also responsible for providing emergency first aid to students who become ill or injured at school, and assisting in the identification, prevention and control of communicable diseases.

Health Services Assistant Special Needs II is distinguished from Health Services Assistant in that incumbents in the former class specialize in regularly performing difficult health and medical care and procedures for students with special needs at other schools with large special needs student populations.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class. There will typically be an assigned schedule for these duties.
1.Under supervision of a school nurse, assists in providing nursing care and performing specialized health care procedures for special needs students with physical and/or mental disabilities; maintains records of and administers physician-ordered medications to children as directed; performs oral, nasophamnyl and tracheostomy suctioning when needed to clear air passages, including care of suction machine and attachments, tracheotomy tube and skin around intubation; insertion of tracheotomy tube; performs gastronomy tube feeding, including care of gastronomy tube, equipment and skin around intubation; insertion and patency of gastrostomy tube, performs catheterizations and ensures care of colostomy and ileostomy supplies, performs subcutaneous injections, adjuncts and equipment; administers oxygen to students and monitors oxygen levels; maintains daily documentation of specialized physical health care services and procedures; updates and maintains records and parent requests for treatments and services; assists with and performs student personal hygiene and grooming including toileting and changing diapers and clothes; provides wheelchair attendance service.
2.Administers basic first aid to students who become ill or injured or may require other physical or health care services at school; contacts appropriate authorities and parents as necessary; performs cardiopulmonary resuscitation or other life sustaining efforts according to established guidelines and procedures until paramedics or other medical assistance is available; transports ill or injured students as directed.
3.Assists with vision, hearing, scoliosis and dental screening and testing with immunizations; compiles records for nurse referrals to physicians and community agencies; assists in enrolling students and parents in a variety of community-based programs and services; assists students with a variety of health questions as appropriate; provides education and information to parents and students on proper nutrition, hygiene, dress and behavior as needed; compiles and distributes pertinent health literature, forms and health information; sends students home from school in accordance with established procedures as needed.
4.Provides assistance to parents concerning health problems and available resources; provides referrals to parents for health services; compiles records for referrals to physicians and community agencies; provides required follow up; makes home visits; assists in the identification of suspected child abuse, neglect or malnutrition.

  • Please see website for compete list.

QUALIFICATIONS

Knowledge of:
1.Basic first aid, CPR and other established health care practices and procedures.
2.Childhood illnesses and diseases.
3.Accepted methods and principles of personal hygiene.
4.District, local and state health and safety regulations applicable to assigned areas of responsibility.
5.Community and medical resources and services available for students and parents.
6.Basic child development milestones, characteristics and associated behaviors.
7.Values, problems and concerns of various cultural groups living in the community.
8.Office administrative practices and procedures, including record keeping.
9.Telephone techniques and etiquette.
10. Computer operations and the use of standard business software.

Ability to:
1.Administer first aid, CPR and specialized health care services in accordance with District policies and procedures.
2.Identify communicable diseases and recognize and effectively respond to emergency and/or hazardous conditions.
3.Learn procedures and operate a variety of special medical equipment.
4.Learn and apply applicable rules, regulations and laws affecting student health and safety.
5.Learn and follow policies and procedures of the school and district health programs.
6.Provide health information to parents, students and staff.
7.Assist students in developing self-help, social and daily living skills, including eating, dressing, toileting and personal grooming.
8.Lift and restrain students according to approved policies and procedures.
9.Exercise good judgment and make quick decisions in accordance with established procedures.
10. Understand and carry out oral and written directions.
11. Operate a computer, using standard business software.
12. Establish and maintain accurate health files, records, reports and referrals.
13. Communicate effectively orally and in writing with students, parents and staff.
14. Interact effectively with parents of diverse backgrounds, experiences and interests.
15. Maintain confidential student health information and records.
16. Exercise patience, tact, courtesy and concern for the feelings of children and adults in difficult and sometimes stressful situations.
17. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, teachers, administrators, parents and others encountered in the course of work.

Education, Training and Experience:

Graduation from high school or G.E.D. equivalent; and completion of approved coursework for certification as a licensed vocational nurse; and at least one year of experience working with special education children in an organized setting; or some combination of education, training and experience that produces the requisite knowledge and ability.


Licenses; Certificates; Special

Requirements:

Possession of a valid California Vocational Nurse license.

Possession of a Standard Red Cross First Aid Certificate.

Possession of a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certificate.

Successful completion of a District health training program may be required.

A valid California Class C driver's license, a good driving record and the ability to maintain insurability under the District's vehicle insurance policy.

Ability to use a personal vehicle and be willing to drive in performance of their work.

Some assignments may require the ability to speak and write in a designated second language.

Upon acceptance of the District's offer of employment, new hires may be required to complete a baseline physical examination prior to the first day of employment.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS

The physical and mental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Physical Demands-

While performing the duties of this class, an employee is regularly required to stand, walk and sit; talk or hear, both in person and by telephone; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects or controls; reach with hands and arms. An employees is required to lift, carry, push and/or pull objects weighing up to 100 pounds with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 50 pounds. An employee also is regularly required to stoop, kneel, bend, crouch or crawl, climb or balance.

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, depth perception, color vision and the ability to adjust focus.

Mental Demands-

While performing the duties of this class, the employee is regularly required to use written and oral communication skills; read and interpret information, directions, prescriptions and other documents; analyze and solve problems; observe and interpret people and situations; use basic math; learn and apply new information or skills; work under intensive deadlines and interact with District administrators, faculty, staff, parents, students and others encountered in the course of work.

WORK ENVIRONMENT

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

The employee works under typical school office conditions, and the noise level is moderately quiet.

Requirements for Applying

Current OMSD employees have priority in hiring. Further evaluation including testing and oral interview are required. Testing- Bloodborne Pathogens, Customer Service, Alpha Filing.


Education, Training and Experience: Graduation from high school or G.E.D. equivalent; and completion of approved coursework for certification as a licensed vocational nurse; and at least one year of experience working with special education children in an organized setting; or some combination of education, training and experience that produces the requisite knowledge and ability.

Licenses; Certificates; Special

Requirements:
Possession of a valid California Vocational Nurse license. Possession of a Standard Red Cross First Aid Certificate.

Possession of a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certificate. Successful completion of a District health training program may be required. A valid California Class C driver's license, a good driving record and the ability to maintain insurability under the District's vehicle insurance policy.

Ability to use a personal vehicle and be willing to drive in performance of their work. Some assignments may require the ability to speak and write in a designated second language. Upon acceptance of the District's offer of employment, new hires may be required to complete a baseline physical examination prior to the first day of employment.
  • Certification (Valid California Licensed Vocational Nurse)

  • CPR/First Aid Certification

  • Proof of HS Graduation (or G.E.D.)

Requirements for Applying

Current OMSD employees have priority in hiring. Further evaluation including testing and oral interview are required. Testing- Bloodborne Pathogens, Customer Service, Alpha Filing.


Education, Training and Experience: Graduation from high school or G.E.D. equivalent; and completion of approved coursework for certification as a licensed vocational nurse; and at least one year of experience working with special education children in an organized setting; or some combination of education, training and experience that produces the requisite knowledge and ability.

Licenses; Certificates; Special

Requirements:
Possession of a valid California Vocational Nurse license. Possession of a Standard Red Cross First Aid Certificate.

Possession of a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certificate. Successful completion of a District health training program may be required. A valid California Class C driver's license, a good driving record and the ability to maintain insurability under the District's vehicle insurance policy.

Ability to use a personal vehicle and be willing to drive in performance of their work. Some assignments may require the ability to speak and write in a designated second language. Upon acceptance of the District's offer of employment, new hires may be required to complete a baseline physical examination prior to the first day of employment.
  • Certification (Valid California Licensed Vocational Nurse)

  • CPR/First Aid Certification

  • Proof of HS Graduation (or G.E.D.)

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT The Governing Board adopted a policy that prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex (or sexual harassment), sexual orientation or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics at any district site and/or activity. The Board also prohibits retaliation against any district employee or job applicant who complains, testifies or in any way participants in the district's complaint procedure instituted pursuant to this policy.

Board Policy 4030 and Administrative Regulation 4030 and Administrative Regulation 4031 are available upon request or on the district's website at www.omsd.net/domain/56. The coordinator/compliance office (s) may be contacted at: Human Resources, Assistant Superintendent 950 W.

D Street, Ontario CA 91762 909-459-2500 email:OMSD.net If you need assistance please contact Edjoin at the applicant helpdesk at 1-888-900-8945 after you have read the frequently asked questions. Edjoins hours of operation Monday through Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. PST The District is not responsible for incomplete applications.

All documents must be legible. Documents must show applicants name and Educational institution name to be accepted. (copy of official transcripts must show name of applicant and institution conferred degree awarded with date and/or transferrable unit totals) Due to the volume of applications we receive it is not possible to give information over the phone regarding the status of applications. Notification will be sent through the e-mail system as the posting progresses.

Please submit the required attachments. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. We do not accept documents by mail, fax, email or walk-ins.

All items must be scanned and attached to your Ed Join application. Failure to attach the required correct documents will result in your disqualification as an applicant. Testing is conducted on an on-going basis, and testers are encouraged to test in advance of postings to have the requisite documents on file when postings occur.

Upon acceptance of the District's offer of employment, new hires may be required to complete a baseline physical examination prior to the first day of employment. Testing info "Applications are initially screened for qualifying information and qualified applicants will be notified of test date, time and place. Testing may include written, oral, performance, or other evaluation methods appropriate to measure knowledge, skills and abilities required.

APPLICANTS MUST PASS ALL TESTS IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED FURTHER. In the event a large number of applicants pass all tests, further screening may occur to insure that the most qualified applicants are invited to an oral interview. "

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