Nursing Positions Around the State

Please note: The New Hampshire School Nursing Association posts these positions as a courtesy only. The association does not endorse or have knowledge of any particular camp. Please contact them directly with your questions.

Andover and Merrimack Valley Subs

Both Andover and Merrimack Valley School Districts are seeking substitute nurses for the 2018-2019 school year. RN is a must. Previous experience working with children as a health care provider a plus. Pay is $125 per day in both districts. Please email your packet to

Concord Hospital School Nurse Program

Concord Hospital is currently looking for School Nurses to work in our Practices over the summer months. Training will be provided during the first week. (Monday - Friday, Approximately 40 hours) Upon successful completion of training you will work with your manager to determine your schedule for the rest of the summer.


Reporting to the Clinical Leader or Clinical Manager and under the direction of the practice providers, the Clinical Practice Nurse 1 delivers high quality patient care including assessment, treatment, planning, and care evaluation. The Clinical Practice Nurse 1 uses knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span, assesses clinical data reflective of the patient's health status and interprets information needed to identify each patient’s requirements relative to his/her age specific needs. The Clinical Practice Nurse 1 engages in caring relationships with patients, families, and caregivers, works collaboratively with the health care team, and uses sound judgments while performing nursing interventions.


Minimum requirements: Associate Degree or Diploma in Nursing from an accredited School of Nursing.

Certification, Registration & Licensure

Licensure required: New Hampshire Board of Nursing license

Certification required: Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers certification or Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers


Demonstrated ability to effectively and positively interact with a multi-disciplinary staff, patients, and others.


  • Establishes priorities in organizing daily activities and maintains efficient patient flow.
  • Triages patient phone calls following established guidelines and prescribed format for identifying patient's health problems or concerns, and providing quality patient care.
  • Administers prescribed medications.
  • Documents health information, interventions, and outcomes into the patient electronic medical record.
  • Delegates patient care activities using the five rights: right task, person, direction, circumstance, and supervision (ensuring the task has been completed satisfactorily and documentation is complete) and providing feedback to delegate and manager.
  • Applies principles of purposeful, organized thinking based on the nursing process to make sound clinical judgment and decisions.
  • Completes practice specific clinical skill competencies on an annual basis

Please apply at The posting is listed under “School Nurse Program”

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