About Midland School: Midland School, a distinctive coeducational boarding school for grades 9-12, has an opening for a full-time Health Director (or Health Coordinator, tbd by qualifications & experience) for next school year. Midland School, located on a 2,860-acre ranch at the edge of the Los Padres National Forest, has been a leader of place-based and experiential college preparatory education since 1932. We strive to have everything that we do—from the courses we choose to teach, to how we maintain our campus, to the way we feed ourselves— originate from an intentional curriculum that focuses not only on college preparatory classes, but also on leadership, community, and stewardship. If you would like to be a part of a team dedicated to teaching the value of a lifetime of learning, self-reliance, simplicity and a responsibility to community, then join us and make a difference. See www.midland-school.org for more information about our school. Job Description: Midland is seeking an enthusiastic, organized, and hardworking health practitioner to join our educational community and coordinate our health care support, and supervision for students. This is a full-time (6 days per week for 30 weeks/year + 8 weeks/year low intensity administrative duties) salaried (DOE) and benefited position, including housing on campus. Midland School is an equal opportunity employer.
Primary Duties & Responsibilities: Overall management and leadership of students’ physical, mental, and emotional health and wellness Facilitate and oversee school relationships with our advising school counselor & external healthcare advisors Train/coach faculty, advisors, athletic coaches on health issues Co-lead, co-develop, and co-teach student health and wellness curriculum Oversee management and distribution of student medications Ongoing communication with parents and faculty regarding medical and health concerns Management of student health related forms, paperwork, records, and appointments Member & participant Student Support Team Qualifications: BA + relevant medical training and experience (prefer: Registered Nurse, Minimum: WFR, EMT, LVN) Prior experience in adolescent residential communities strongly preferred (schools and camps) Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written – detailed, clear and concise Passion for working with teenagers in a boarding school setting Willingness to embrace continuous improvement and professional growth Organizational and time management skills
Additional Salary Information: Meals included when school is in session September through May