Qualified applicants interested in substitute employment only may apply.
Terms of Employment: As needed basis, up to 8 hours/day. Anytime between 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Under the supervision of an administrator, and direction of a registered nurse assists and performs a wide range of technical and skilled nursing duties and provides physical care for students within the scope of practice for a Licensed Vocational Nurse; participates in maintaining student health records; supervises assigned staff; and performs other related duties as assigned.
The Licensed Vocational Nurse classification differs from the Health Technician classifications and is assigned to Hope School. Incumbents are required to possess a Licensed Vocational Nurse certification. The Health Services Technician I classification is the entry-level class in the Health Services Technician Series. Incumbents are assigned to Junior High and High school sites and may provide health services to students.Employment Standards
Any combination equivalent to: graduation from high school supplemented by completion of a Licensed Vocational Nurse course of instruction.
Two years of experience providing personal care to disabled persons or working in a health care service environment.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Possession of a valid First Aid and CPR certificate; a valid California Vocational Nurse's License; a valid, appropriate California Class C driver's license at time of appointment and throughout employment; evidence of adequate insurance for a motor vehicle which meets or exceeds the California legal liability insurance requirement and continues to maintain insurability; and personal transportation for job-related travel throughout District.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Nursing care principles and practices pertaining to the scope of practice;
Anatomy and physiology applicable to assigned duties;
Basic medications and their effects, as well as potential complications;
Operation and proper use of various medical supplies and equipment used in performing assigned nursing duties;
Aseptic techniques and requirements;
California laws, codes, rules and regulations pertaining to Licensed Vocational Nurses and their related assigned activities;
Health office practices, terminology, procedures and equipment;
Health and safety regulations;
First aid and CPR procedures;
Principles and practices of supervision and training;
Clean and sterile treatment techniques;
Operation of a computer and data entry techniques;
Modern office practices, procedures and equipment;
Record-keeping and report preparation techniques;
Interpersonal skills using tact, patience and courtesy;
Principles of body mechanics in transferring and providing personal care to non-ambulatory students;
Effective verbal and non-verbal communication skills;
Emergency crisis management techniques;
Correct English usage, grammar, spelling, punctuation, and vocabulary;
Record-keeping and report preparation techniques;
Appropriate safety precautions and hygiene standards.
Provide consultation to parents, students, teachers, regarding a variety of health-related activities or concerns;
Screen students for various health and safety concerns;
Compile and verify data and prepare reports;
Train and provide work direction to others;
Work independently with little direction;
Plan and organize work;
Administer First Aid and CPR;
Observe health and safety regulations;
Operate a variety of medical equipment;
Learn, interpret, apply and explain District health policies;
Communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with students, parents and District staff;
Communicate in a clear, concise manner appropriate to the development stage of the student;
Complete work with many interruptions;
Operate a computer and assigned software;
Maintain confidentiality of all records related to assigned activities;
Recognize and effectively assist in responding to emergency and/or hazardous conditions;
Perform physically demanding work in lifting, transferring and assisting students;
Maintain emotional control under difficult situations;
Work as a team;
Organize daily tasks and complete them in a timely manner;
Demonstrate an understanding, patient, warm and receptive attitude toward students with severe needs;
Document and maintain accurate daily written documentation of specific services performed;
Make accurate mathematical calculations, such as add, subtract, multiply, and divide;
Perform routine clerical support duties.
Incumbents in this class must be able to stand and sit for extended periods of time; walk, kneel, stoop/bend repeatedly; lift, carry, push and/or pull up to 50 lbs. unassisted, and over 50 lbs. with assistance; use both hands and legs simultaneously, reach over head, pull hand over hand, use fingers repetitively twisting or applying pressure with wrists or hands; have rapid mental/muscular coordination; maintain balance; have depth perception, see to read small print and distinguish shades; must speak clearly and hear normal voice conversation; and use a telephone and a computer.
Incumbents in this class work inside and outside, with direct contact with students, staff, and public; work around foul odors, loud noise; work with exposure to bodily fluids, bloodborne pathogens, minor and/or major contagious illnesses; wear gloves; work in negative interpersonal situations (irate students or parents); and work with continuous interruptions and changing priorities; subject to emergency medical situations; Driving a vehicle to conduct work.Examples of Duties
Note: The statements herein are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees in this classification, and are not to be interpreted as an exhaustive list of responsibilities and qualifications required of personnel so classified. Reasonable accommodations will be made so that qualified employees can perform the essential duties of the job.
GENERAL ESSENTIAL DUTIES
Administers specialized physical health care services including gastrostomy and nasogastric feedings and catheterizations; assists or initiates emergency procedures which include seizure disorders and allergic reactions; provides toileting, tracheotomy care, suctioning and ostomy care; administers medications to students as prescribed; assists with maintaining orders for daily medications and emergency supplies of medications; assists with triage of students and staff in the health office; administers first aid and CPR; provides instruction to students regarding health care and personal hygiene; lifts and position physically-disabled students as needed; takes vital signs including temperature, pulse, blood pressure, respiration, height and weight and make appropriate entries on medical/health records.
Assists with training staff on specialized healthcare procedures that are ordered by a medical doctor; assists with maintaining daily logs and medical records including MediCal billing coordination and Medical Assistance Administration (MAA) billing; updates immunizations on computer system; maintains supplies necessary for health office; uses personal automobile for transportation; performs other related duties as assigned.
The classification specification does not describe all duties performed by all incumbents within the class. This summary provides examples of typical tasks performed in this classification.Recruitment Information
All applications must be submitted online. Applications and requests for testing will not be accepted after the recruitment closing date and time. Applicants may be rejected on the basis of an incomplete application or failure to meet minimum qualifications. The application is part of the selection process and is part of an overall assessment of acceptability for employment. All information provided is subject to independent verification of its accuracy. It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide correct contact information by which to be notified.
Note: You will eventually be disqualified in the recruitment process if you fail to disclose relevant information regarding your conviction history. It is the disclosure of the conviction that is most important in many cases.
The screening process for this position, which may be subject to modification, will include some form of a(n): application screening, initial qualifications screening, documentation/certification screening, and supplemental application screening. The stated qualifications for the position represent only the minimum requirements and do not guarantee qualification for examination or placement on an eligibility list.
The examination may consist of any combination of a(n): training and experience (T&E) evaluation, written knowledge test, hands on/performance test, structured panel interview, situational judgement interview, or other type of exam of fitness for duty. All parts of the examination process are job related. A passing score must be attained on each portion of the exam to advance to the next stage and ultimate placement on an eligibility list.
Requests for reasonable accommodations for the testing process must be made no less than two (2) days prior to the examination. Requests must be signed by your medical doctor, school psychologist, or learning consultant as appropriate and must be on provider letterhead and contain an actual signature.
Protest of any part of the exam process must be in writing and submitted to the Personnel Director no later than five (5) working days from the date you participated in the exam. Any protest must include rationale to support the protest and shall include supporting documentation or references. Protests must be based on illegal discrimination, abuse of discretion, or procedure/process error. Protests should NOT be based on receiving unexpected results. We cannot be responsible for lost mail, misdirected mail, or failure of mail to be delivered after it has been entrusted to the U.S. Postal Service.
ESTABLISHMENT OF ELIGIBILITY
Candidates who are successful in all screening and testing stages will be placed on an eligibility list. Typically, an eligibility list for a classification expires after six (6) months or one (1) year. Candidates on the expired eligibility list are no longer considered for positions within the class. Eligibility lists may be extended beyond one year or expire sooner than one year. Eligibility lists may be merged, in which case candidate ranks may change.
Candidates on the eligibility list will be called in rank order to participate in final selection interviews with the hiring manager until three ranks of candidates have accepted the invitation to interview. Ranks may include ties so more than three candidates may be called to interview for one vacancy. Please note that candidates will be removed from the eligibility list for declining the invitation to interview more than three (3) times.
OFFERS OF EMPLOYMENT
Official offers of employment are ONLY made by the Anaheim Union High School District Human Resources, Classified Office. Offers are subject to satisfactory completion of ALL the pre-employment processing including: successful completion of a physical examination, tuberculosis examination, fingerprint clearance by the California Department of Justice, and proof of eligibility to work in the United States.
ADVANCED STEP PLACEMENT
All new regular classified employees shall be paid in accordance with the salary range established for the class to which assigned. Initial placement will normally be the first step of the salary range. However, a new employee may be provided with advanced step placement upon recommendation of the hiring manager and approval by Human Resources based upon:
A) Additional qualifying experience beyond that required for entry into the class.
B) Additional education at the college level when related to the position, beyond the established educational requirements for entry into the class.
C) Difficulty experienced in the recruitment of candidates to meet the vacancy needs in the class.
D) Additional skills or qualifications of the candidate that make them especially qualified for the position.
E) Evidence of currently receiving a salary greater than the first step of the salary for the classification.
Benefits earned by all permanent classified employees:
-Leaves: Sick leave, holidays, bereavement and emergency leaves.
-Retirement: Classified employees are members of the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS). Employee contribution is 7% of gross earnings.
Benefits earned by all permanent classified employees working 20 hours or more per week:
-Insurance: The District provides medical, dental, vision care, behavioral health and life insurance for the employees and their dependents.
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY DISTRICT
Anaheim Union High School District prohibits unlawful discrimination against, and/or harassment of, District employees and job applicants on the basis of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, age, marital status, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, medical condition, veteran status, gender, gender identity, sex, or sexual orientation at a District site or activity.
The provisions of this bulletin do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provisions of this bulletin may be modified or revoked, and the job description may be changed at any time without notice.
FOR FURTHER JOB INFORMATION ABOUT THE ANAHEIM UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT, PLEASE GO ONLINE TO WWW.AUHSD.US
Anaheim Union High School District offers an extensive benefits package for permanent classified employees. This includes 9-12 vacation days in accordance with employment term, 14 holidays, medical, dental, and vision insurance.
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