AHRC New York City URGENT HIRE: Pre-School Registered Nurse, BSN (Brooklyn) in Brooklyn, New York
Bring your love of nursing to a world class early childhood program to AHRC NYC, a pioneer in the field of Special Education.
AHRC New York City is a family governed organization committed to finding ways for people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities to build full lives as defined by each person and supported by dedicated families, staff and community partners.
Perform the duties of School Nurse in a Special Education pre-school for 3-5 year olds with developmental disabilities.
You will be responsible for maintaining student health records, disseminating important proactive health information to staff and families, training staff in OSHA and first aid, and treating students visiting the nurse’s office.
Non-Clinical school setting is ideal for building relationships and supporting ongoing health
Steady, daytime schedule, 8am-4pm Monday-Friday
Must have a New York State License as a Registered Nurse
Must have pediatric experience.
Experience working with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities a plus.
10 month school calendar plus 30 day summer session
AHRC NYC offers an incredible benefits package!
Paid time off
Medical, Dental and Vision insurance
Professional Development and hands on training by our Nurse Practitioner
403b Retirement Plan with employer match
Qualified Employer for the Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program
New York State License as a Registered Nurse required.
Bachelors Degree required .
We look forward to receiving your application today!
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