Salt River Schools, in partnership with the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community, is to provide EXEMPLARY EDUCATION in a safe learning environment IMMERSED IN THE O’ODHAM and PIIPAASH CULTURES, for all students to secure a successful future.
At Salt River Schools, our vision is Community empowerment through cultural engagement, academic achievement and excellence.
We demonstrate our mission and vision through our “cradle to career” mindset, meaning children have opportunities to learn from birth all the way through high school, college and beyond. We support learning each step of the way and pride ourselves in offering truly wraparound services for students and their families.
We are on a journey to performance excellence. Salt River Schools is always seeking qualified candidates who are committed to supporting our mission to offer educational opportunities to learners of all ages while preserving the Community's traditional way of life. If you are passionate about improving educational outcomes for student consider joining our team!
Our Organization At-A-Glance
Education and experience: LPN or RN from an accredited school of nursing, with a minimum of three (3) years of experience in nursing. Licensure through the Arizona State Board of Nursing is required. Candidates with experience working in a school setting, and/or with Native American populations are given preference. Must hold a current CPR certification. Must be familiar with Head Start and Early Head Start program requirements/regulations. Incumbent is required to pass a basic physical examination, provide proof of immunizations and negative TB clearance at time of hire. Follow-up physical examinations and current immunizations are required and must be completed to maintain good employment status. Documentation of the above medical actions is absolutely essential for the file and for the health of the children in the Early Childhood Education Center. Incumbent must also obtain First Aid and CPR certification within the first three (3) months of employment from the date of hire and maintain certification subsequently.
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Manage and implement the residential health care plan for campers ages 5-17 and staff responsibilities » Provide basic health care and emergency First Aid to campers and staff per physician’s medical protocols » Administer camper and staff medications per medical protocol/ established procedures » Maintain and complete necessary records and reports » Supervise sanitation and safety throughout the camp » Conduct inventory of supplies and, following established procedures, place orders when necessary » Participate in staff meetings » Assist with other duties as assigned requirements & qualifications » Minimum 21 years of age » Pass criminal background check » Current Arizona RN License; certification in American Red Cross First Aid or equivalent and CPR » Live on-site and be available as the medical professional » Available May 25 - August 3 (can choose weeks) » Reliable transportation
$600/week, onsite room & board, paid training.
Apply @ girlscoutsaz.org/work-at-camp
Skylemar is a sports-oriented camp for boys, located in southern Maine. Campers come from many states and countries, to participate in the program which runs June 23-August 9. This summer will mark our 70th year under the same ownership.
We offer a competitive salary, travel expenses, housing, meals and laundry service. If you have boys under the age of 16, we welcome them as campers, with all expenses covered. There is also a reciprocal arrangement with a nearby girl’s camp, for the daughters of our staff members. We would be pleased to tell you more about the job, and my wife Arleen can be reached during the day or evening at (410) 329-3775, or by email at email@example.com. Check out our website at: www.campskylemar.com. If you know of someone else who might be interested, I would greatly appreciate it if you would pass on the information.
Do you love kids?
Enjoy day that are never dull?
Have good communication and computer skills?
Travel during spring break or summer?
If you answered yes, then a career in school healthcare may be right for you. Mesa Public School is current seeking both Nurses and Health Assistants.
The minimum requirements are as follows:
*School Nurse - Bachelor's Degree in Nursing, current Arizona license
*Substitue Nurse - Associate's Degree in Nursing, current Arizona license
*Health Assistant - Must completed one of the following:
Level I EMT with certificate
Medical Assistant Certificate
See the Mesa Public Scools page for application and salary schedule
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