Nurses do not always work at hospitals and clinics. The need for nurses in an academic setting is quite high due to many emergencies that can arise in a campus full of little children and young adults.
School nurses are responsible for administering medication to students who may be suffering from a disease. They may also work for the well being of children who do not have any health issues but are prone to diseases simply because they are in an environment where many different types of children thrive.
Take a look at this cover letter that may help you in getting a job of School Nurse position.
645 Windridge Lane
Waterbury, VT 53633
December 31, 2015
Mr. Owen Wilson
Manager Human Resources
Waterbury High School
446 Hopkins Street
Waterbury, VT 63733
Dear Mr. Wilson:
As an extremely committed and experienced registered nurse with over 7 years of experience working in pediatric nursing, I am seeking a position as a School Nurse with Waterbury High School. I believe that I can make a significant contribution to your school utilizing my wide experience with both little children and young adults.
As you review my resume, you will note that I have been involved in many programs that promoted and protected health status of school going children. I have the knowledge of observing children for both developmental issues and health patterns and able to identify most abnormal health issues in the preliminary assessment. I have also been involved in several campus activities which facilitated the elimination of health related obstacles that might affected child’s performance in school.
I am confident that my enthusiasm for health services administration along with a demonstrated ability to manage complex health issues in students will prove to be an asset in managing the health services provision at your school. I may be contacted at (301) 333-3333 to provide any further information you may need.
Thank you in advance for your consideration. I look forward to speaking with you soon.