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Columbia University School of Nursing regularly posts job openings from interested employers that are looking to fill positions with our alumni.
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The Keswell School
Job Description: The Keswell School is looking for a school nurse to oversee the health needs of our small school community. Administer medicine, provide first aid, sickness and emergency care, keep medical records, help students learn to participate in medical examinations. Hours are 8:45-4:45 M-F. Duties & Responsibilities: Administer medicine Provide first aid, sickness and emergency care Help students learn to participate in medical examinations Student health recordkeeping Support the school community in administrative duties
Qualifications: RN license Previous experience in a school or pediatric setting Student medical recordkeeping (electronic) Previous experience with children and adolescents with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum
Benefits: 6 days of PTO annually and all school calendar designated vacation days 403B Medical insurance (employee pays a portion) Dental/vision/life insurance (employee pays a portion) Medical flex spending acct option Pre-tax mass transit reimbursement option Job Type: Full-time Pay: $65,000.00 - $75,000.00 per year COVID-19 considerations: Following all the NYCDOE, NYS and CDC guidelines for school
How to Apply
November 4, 2021
Nurse Practitioner Group
The faculty & staff of Columbia University School of Nursing welcome you to a tradition of excellence in nursing education, clinical practice & research that spans more than a century. We represent the very best in quality & innovation within an academic environment. Our focus is on building evidence for effective practice and translating that evidence-based knowledge to practice & policy environments.
Located in New York City, Columbia University offers rich opportunities with an infrastructure that provides the foundation for scholarly success. Columbia Nursing is a close-knit & collaborative team that partners on research, education & clinical experiences, and shares a vision for the future of healthcare in this country. We are internationally known & clinically unrivaled with recognition for excellence in research & curricular advancements as part of one of the world’s most renowned medical centers. Our faculty thrive in our new state-of-the-art building that includes a two-story simulation center. A career with Columbia Nursing has never been so inviting!
The Nurse Practitioner Group is the faculty practice of Columbia University School of Nursing. We are currently recruiting for one (1) full-time Family or Adult Nurse Practitioner to join our practice. Our integrated primary care practice serves the physical and mental health care needs of the Washington Heights community and includes house call services to home-bound individuals in Northern Manhattan.
Our Nurse Practitioners provide a full scope of travel medicine, primary, episodic, chronic, and women’s health care to our patients. They have clinical and admitting privileges at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and work in partnership with more than1,200 providers at ColumbiaDoctors, the multi-specialty practice organization of Columbia University Medical Center. Our NPs are committed to their patients’ health, specializing in primary care and targeted, individualized disease prevention and health promotion. The incumbents will also receive a non-tenured academic appointment allowing the opportunity to advise, mentor and precept students.
Columbia University offers a competitive salary & outstanding benefits package. The selected individual will receive an academic appointment commensurate with credentials & qualifications. (This is a non-tenured faculty positions.)
Successful candidates will possess:
- A doctoral degree (DNP) from a recognized institution of higher education;
- A minimum of 2 years of clinical experience;
- An active New York State license and current national board certification as a Family or Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner;
- Active DEA license/registration;
- The selected candidates will have exemplary oral & written communication skills, strong analytical abilities, the ability to work autonomously in a fast-paced & changing environment, proficiency utilizing electronic medical records and solid critical thinking skills;
- Practice locations include the Northern Manhattan clinical practice and house calls in patient homes in and around the Northern Manhattan vicinity;
- Evenings, weekend, and/or on-call hours will be required;
- Bilingual (English/Spanish) applicants will be given additional consideration
How to Apply
November 11, 2021