Your résumé for a school nurse position is the most important document of your portfolio/job application package when you are seeking a new job. If truth be told, a targeted and customized resume will open the closed doors and help you obtain interviews for a school nurse job.
Keep in mind, if your resume is poorly-written or weak, you will not even be able to give you an opportunity to prove that you are the perfect candidate for the job. In spite of everything, your resume creates a primary impression of you to a prospective employer.
It is, therefore, necessary to spend sufficient time on building and updating your resume to increase your chances to get an interview.
Alicia Robinson, RN
89 Nelson Street ● Nashua, NH 63890 ● Cell: (922) 000-9999 ● Email:
PROFILE: Dedicated School Nurse with over 9 years’ medical experience providing excellent clinical care to multi-cultural patient populations. Well-versed in strengthening and facilitating the academic system by protecting the health status of students. Proven ability to provide nursing services by managing early detection and treatment of health problems. Track record of establishing trust, emoting genuine patient care, and managing urgent situations.
First Students School, Nashua, NH Jan 2005 – Present
• Acquire students’ health and developmental history
• Screen and evaluate medical findings in terms of health development patterns and vision and hearing problems
• Physically examine students for health problems
• Observe physical and mental developments of students
• Initiate referrals to parents and school personnel
• Provide medical emergency services
• Conducted workshops on managing health statuses of young students in order to educate academic institutes on the benefits of hiring in-house school nurses
• Foresaw the onset of measles in the county and instantly provided students with preventive vaccines
Bloomfield Hospital, Nashua, NH Jan 2004 – Dec 2004
• Delivered direct care to patients
• Assisted in bathing and dressing patients
• Served and collected food trays and assisted with feeding patients
• Changed bed linens and provided bedpan services
• Changed non-sterile dressings
• Took and recorded vitals
• Managed a particularly difficult medical emergency involving a student injury by providing immediate first aid and saving her leg
• Wrote a set of instructional materials for parents in order to make them aware of potential health problems that students face each day
EDUCATION AND CERTIFICATION
B.S., Nursing, Nashua College of Nursing, Nashua, NH 2003
BLS Certification – American Nursing Association 2005