Resources

Job Listings

Nurse Job Offerings and Info on Posting Job Ads.

Nursing Resources

Resources and helpful links available to school nurses.

Awards, Scholarships & Grants

Awards, Scholarships, Grants and Research Opportunities.

Job Listings

Job Listings

Post a Job Listing to Our Website

We would like to post your job offerings for nursing positions on our website
(Camp nursing and other nursing opportunities may also be posted.)

Fee for Posting Job Ad on MSNO Website

  • Non-Members: $100
  • MSNO Members: No Charge ($100 Fee Waived)

To post a school nurse position:

  • Make Payment via PayPal below (using any credit card or PayPal account)
  • Email Job Description to

Job Specifics to Include in Posting:

  • School/District Location
  • Number of Students
  • Grade Levels
  • Full/Part-Time
  • Qualifications and/or requirements
  • Name and Position of the Contact Person
  • Include Address, Telephone and/or Fax Numbers, e-mail Address
  • The Deadline for Applications to be Submitted

Job Posting Format

  • Ads should be e-mailed as you would like them to appear on the website
  • Listings are maintained for 30 days only
  • If position remains open past 30 days, you will need to re-post the position

Online Payment Preferred

  • Via PayPal (any credit card accepted):

Alternative Payment:

  • By Check payable to MSNO
  • Send check to:
    MSNO c/o Treasurer
    197M Boston Post Road, #251
    Marlborough, MA 01752
Specific Health Conditions, Diseases & Concerns

 

National Association of School Nurses (NASN)
Evaluation Toolkit

Overview

  • On June 28, 2011, the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education adopted new regulations for the evaluation of all Massachusetts educators.
  • The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (ESE) is committed to supporting effective Educator Evaluation implementation.
  • ESE developed the Model System for evaluating administrators and teachers that districts can choose to adopt, adapt, or revise.
  • ESE released the first six parts of Model System in January 2012 and is using federal Race to the Top grant funds to develop training materials, resources, and networks designed to support districts in implementing the new regulations.
  • School Nurses are included in the Specialized Instructional Support Personnel (SISP) Rubric listed below.

SISP Rubric

District Determined Measures

MA Dept. of Public Health - SHIELD-BU

School Health Institute for Education and Leadership Development (SHIELD)

  • SHIELD-BU Website
  • SHIELD provides training that fulfills DESE certification requirements, discusses emerging trends, shares best practices, and addresses the complex physical, behavioral, and psycho-social health issues facing school-aged children.
  • In addition, SHIELD also offers continuing nursing education (CNE) and continuing medical education (CME) credit, curated resources, and leader development for comprehensive school health programs.
    • Foundations of School Nursing Practice (2 day program)
    • Medication Administration in a School Setting: School Nursing Practice in Massachusetts (online program)
    • Mandated Screening Training (1 day program)
    • SBIRT in Schools (1 day program)Completion of orientation programs based on the requirements for delivery of school health services as defined by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (MA DPH). The MA DPH School Nurse Orientation Program consists of four programs including:
  • NOTE: there is one additional program, Medication Administration in Schools: What School Nurse Managers Need to Know (1/2 day program) that is required only if the nurse seeking DESE licensure is currently employed as a School Nurse Manager and is listed as the signatory on the MDPH Medication Administration Registration Application.
  • Contact SHIELD with questions at
Northeastern School Health Academy
  • Northeastern University School Health Academy (NEUSHA) provides school health professionals engaging, professional learning opportunities that benefit the health, safety and achievement of all youth.
    • NEUSHA supports school nurses and other school personnel in their efforts to provide evidence-based prevention and health management practices to an increasingly diverse, medically-complex student population.
    • Initiated in July 2016, NEUSHA will create, implement, and evaluate the quality of its face-to-face and online continuing education based on school health provider needs assessments, expertise within the Northeastern University faculty and staff, and an Advisory Group.
    • NEUSHA collaborates with public health and educational institutions, healthcare delivery systems, and private organizations, such as the School Health Corporation.
  • Contact Info:
Community Education Initiative - Children's Hospital

Community Education Initiative – Boston Children’s Hospital, Department of Medicine Patient Services

  • Intiative Website
  • This initiative is committed to increasing education in pediatric issues to community providers who care for them.
  • Their programs provide a comprehensive update of current trends and nursing/medical management of the pediatric population by Boston Children’s Hospital specialists. They offer professional day options, evening lecture series, full day programs and wellness.
  • These programs are intended for:
    • School nurses
    • Educators
    • Community Healthcare Providers
    • Families
    • Students
  • For more information please contact:
MA/Federal Health & Education Links
Articles / Videos of Interest

Articles

Videos

Awards, Scholarships & Grants

Awards and Scholarships

MSNO Awards

Nominating Process

  • Send Nominations to:
    • MSNO Awards and Scholarships
      197M Boston Post Road West #251
      Marlborough, MA 01752
  • Application Deadlines Ectended to March 1, 2019
  • Contact: Kathy Hassey, Scholarships & Awards Chair at

Other Scholarship/Grant Opportunities

Research Opportunities
Grants