Job Overview

Summary

Do you want to work for an exciting educational organization, with the children of our dedicated U.S. Military members?  Our mission is to provide an exemplary education that inspires and prepares all students for success in a dynamic, global environment.  Come work for the Department of Defense Education Activity, Department of Defense Dependents Schools-Europe!

 Positions are located in: Boeblingen, Germany; Heidelberg, Germany; Stuttgart, Germany; Vaihingen, Germany  and Wiesbaden, Germany. Maps showing these geographical locations can be found at:http://www.dodea.edu/Europe/schools/index.cfm

 

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Who May Apply:  Individuals in the local commuting area who are current career/career-conditional Federal employees in the competitive service; reinstatement eligibles; individuals on an interchange agreement; U.S. citizen family members; military spouse eligibles; Interagency Career Transition Assistance Plan (ICTAP) eligibles; and/or 30% disabled veterans may apply.  All Veterans Employment Opportunity Act (VEOA) and Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA) eligibles may apply as well.

This announcement may be used for the purpose of filling multiple positions throughout the school year.  There is no guarantee if or when a specific position may become available.

Duties

In this position, you will assist in providing continuing health care programs. Administer routine and emergency first aid to students. Take student “sick call”: Check students who request to be seen or who may have been referred by teachers. Check temperature and visual appearance to determine if child requires medical attention, should rest, or be sent home. Dispense predetermined dosage of prescription medicine provided by student’s parents as prescribed by medical authority for school use. Provide assistance to medical professionals in the administration of routine health tests (e.g., visual to determine color difficulties or unusual acuity, audio to record hearing ranges, scoliosis to observe spinal curvature, weight and height measurements) to note on the student’s record. Contact local health care officials or Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) representatives to arrange for speakers, examinations, or to procure health and safety materials such as posters, handouts, and materials for teachers to use in the classroom. Maintain student health records on a current and secure basis. Make notations of data gathered. Complete accident/injury reports. Provide immunization follow-up to parents as needed. Make arrangements for sports physical examinations with medical personnel. Type routine correspondence relating to above duties such as letters to EFMP centers acknowledging appointment dates, letters to parents regarding student’s health or hygiene status, requisitions, etc. Enter student health data into the WinSchool health database module.