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HACC School Nurse (0-3 years)

Hays, Kansas
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Salary and Benefits:  The district’s 2021-2022 salary schedule has 12 categories, with salaries ranging from $40,000 to $61,650, with single full Benefits Package, partial District contribution for dependents; Retirement Matching, and cafeteria plan of optional group ancillary products. 


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JOB TITLE:                               Health Services Coordinator
SUPERVISOR:                          Part C Coordinator
EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:  Registered Nurse, B.S.N. required, M.S.N. preferred.
                                                Current Kansas Nursing License.
                                                2 years experience in Community Health Nursing preferred.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:            May require extended work day/hours.
Stationary:                   Frequently:      34 – 67%
Ambulating:                Occasionally:   11 – 33%
Lifting & Carrying:       1 – 10 lbs.        Frequently       Health supplies, files, and infants/toddlers
                                    11 - 20 lbs.       Frequently       Health supplies, files, and infants/toddlers
                                    20 – 50 lbs.      Rarely              Equipment, office supplies, and toddlers
Bending:                      Occasionally:   11 – 33%
Squatting:                    Occasionally:   11 - 33%
Kneeling:                     Occasionally:   11 – 33%
Climbing:                     Rarely:             1 – 10%
Grasping:                     Occasionally:   11 – 33%
Driving:                       Occasionally:   11 – 33%
Fine Manipulation:      Frequently:      34 – 67%
OTHER:                        A recent physical examination, including a negative tuberculosis test                                             (Completed within 30 days of employment.) 
                                    Clear KBI background check with fingerprints.
Valid Driver’s License and Evidence of Insurability with clear motor vehicle record.

  • Conduct health screenings, including health history/health status, nutrition and growth, vision, hearing and social support systems, on infants and toddlers identified as being at risk for developmental delays.
  • Assess developmental skills and functional abilities for the purpose of determining eligibility for the Part C/tiny-k program.
  • Communicates effectively with community partners, parents, team members for the purpose of providing requested information, developing plans for services, making recommendations and coordinating Part C services.
  • Provide Service Coordination for children receiving Part C/tiny-k services as outlined in the Kansas Infant-Toddler Service Procedure Manual.
  • Participate in team meetings and appropriate training opportunities as determined and approved by the Part C Coordinator.
  • Prepares and maintains a variety of physical and electronic documents, files, and records within required timelines for the purpose of ensuring program compliance with Kansas Department of Health and Environment and federal guidelines.
  • Provide direct services to children/families receiving Part C/tiny-k services, assisting parents/caregivers in developing children’s functional skills in all areas of development.
  • Monitors children’s progress and adjusts interventions and approaches indicating evidence of planning and progress toward child and family Individual Family Service Plan outcomes.
  • Participate in the local interagency coordinating council, representing Part C/tiny-k on standing committee(s).
  • Researches resources and methods, participating in continuous improvement/professional development activities and supports new approaches adopted by the Part C team.
  • Participate on the Hays Area Children’s Center Policy Committee to develop/update agency policies and procedures.
  • Serve as a resource person to Hays Area Children Center and Part C staff for identification/prevention of illness and exclusion from child care or work, when needed.
  • Supervise nursing students requiring observation placements as part of nursing curriculum.
  • Observe and evaluate environmental conditions that may be harmful to the health and safety of children and staff.
  • Provide consultation to child care regarding health and safety regulations from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
  • Other duties assigned by the Part C Coordinator or as needed by the Child Care Coordinator.



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