Part Time School Nurse/Medical Officer

Location London
Sector Childcare & Education
Job Role Pastoral Care / Schools
Job Type Permanent vacancy
Salary Negotiable
Job Number  46435
Created 03 November 2017

Part Time School Nurse/Medical Officer in North London (Jan 2018)

Hours: Monday to Friday 10am-3pm during term time

The role is to provide excellent nursing care to boys at the school and manage high-quality administration of all matters medical.

First Aid

  • Implementing and maintaining arrangements for first-aid provision for the boys

  • Ensure that all dispensed treatment given and all supplies used are recorded

  • Overseeing the completion of the Accidents Book and reporting of accidents (boys and adults)

  • Escorting boys to hospital when required

  • Contacting parents if a boy is unwell

  • Ensuring First Aid boxes are stocked appropriately at all times

  • Managing the medical station in the undercroft

  • Being available on the Yard during break times

  • Managing annual First Aid Policy review, to be signed off by Deputy Headmaster, Pastoral

  • Ensuring policy is implemented

  • Coordinating and organising First Aid Training for other members of staff, ensuring that there are always sufficient numbers of staff with in-date training

 

Medical Administration

  • Collating all medical and dietary information for each boy.

  • Giving form teachers all medical and dietary information for their group.

  • Giving Accent Catering dietary information when provided by parents

  • Keeping individual medicines for applicable boys in the medicine cupboard and fridge and ensuring all are clearly labelled

  • Ensuring prescriptions are in-date and we have the necessary permissions from parents to administer medicine.

  • Work with parents, specialist health professionals and others to develop, implement and monitor in-school care plans for pupils with complex health needs and long-term conditions (eg asthma, diabetes, epilepsy, etc)

  • Advise the school community on health issues affecting the whole school, including outbreaks of communicable diseases and head lice.

  • Liaising with external health providers, e.g. local health trust regarding health education and immunisation (including organising annual flu jab) etc.

  • Prepare all medical reports and medication plans for boys taking part in school events and field trips, including regular trips to Games.

  • Ensuring medicine for each relevant boy is handed to the responsible teacher prior to boys leaving the site for Games/off-site visit.

 

Job number: 46435

Consultant: Kaisha Hastu

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