Independent Schools Association of the Southwest

Good Shepherd Episcopal School is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, (ISAS). ISAS, a member of the International Council Advancing Independent School Accreditation (ICAISA), has voluntarily submitted to a rigorous and impartial review of its accreditation program and demonstrated its adherence to the Council’s Criteria for Effective Independent School Accreditation Practices. ISAS is commended by ICAISA for the quality of the Association’s accreditation program for its Member Schools.

 

MEDIA INQUIRIES

Please call 214-357-2968, Ext. 704 or email Jennifer Rotter, Director of Communications, at jrotter@gsesdallas.org.

Career Opportunities

The dedicated faculty and staff are the heart of Good Shepherd! Each day, they bring their collaborative and engaging spirits to the campus, inspiring students to learn with confidence, serve with compassion, and lead with courage. They continue to be thought-leaders for each other as well as for our curious students. If you feel this is your mission too, Good Shepherd could be the school in which you thrive!


current openings

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Part Time Registered Nurse

Good Shepherd Episcopal School is seeking a professional, registered nurse to work part time  in the school’s clinic, providing a safe, healthy environment that is conducive to providing professional care for those who become injured or ill while at school. Hours for this position are 7:30am to 10:30am, Monday through Friday at $35/hour. 

The Nurse also acts as a student advocate, as well as a liaison between the students, school, community, and home. The ideal candidate will provide for the health needs of all students, faculty, and staff while at school, provide assessment, intervention, referral, and follow up for appropriate medical care of students, as well as provide care and services in accordance with primary care provider’s prescribed medical care and treatment orders.

The Nurse must follow the guidelines of the Nurse Practice Act and follow The Scope and Standards of Practice. He or she must ensure compliance with any and all local, state, and/or federal health laws and requirements, as well as adhere to HIPAA/FERPA confidentiality rules and regulations. The Nurse will monitor the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for any actions required for public health concerns and develop Individualized Healthcare Plans (IHPs) in nursing language to direct nursing care for students, as well as Emergency Care Plans (ECPs) written in lay language to guide the response of unlicensed personnel in a health-related emergency. He or she will report health information to appropriate city and/or state agencies and provide monthly executive reports to the supervisor, including the regarding total number of visits, average number of visits, major injuries, and employee health.

The Nurse will monitor and maintain accurate state-mandated student immunizations and other health information (such as vision, hearing, spinal, and Acanthosis Nigricans) in the school database, manage communicable diseases, and assess the school environmental safety to prevent injury and spearhead infection-control measures. He or she will maintain first-aid kits and AEDs throughout the school and maintain and track parental authorization records and health information releases.


Additional functions will include: 

  • Maintain an orderly, clean, safe, and properly-supplied clinic

  • Establish, review, and maintain medical and health services programs for the school

  • Create and maintain accurate documentation of all treatment and medical service activity

  • Ensure all medications, including emergency medications, are sent on day field trips & COE trips; provide chaperones with Consent to Treat forms and the means to document distributed medications 

  • Provide triage care in an emergency situation and work with emergency personnel, as needed

  • Develop an effective system for the acquisition, maintenance, and use of supplies and emergency equipment for the school, according to policies and recommendations

  • Collaborate with campus personnel, including school counselors and learning specialists, regarding implementation of services and health-related goals

  • Delegate and assist in training of clinic assistants to maintain smooth flow of clinic

  • Communicate with families, students, and staff to meet student health needs



Qualifications

  • Two years of nursing experience required

  • Graduate of an accredited (CCNE or NLN) professional nursing education program

  • Valid registered nurse license to practice in Texas from the State Board of Nurse Examiners (BSN preferred)

  • Vision, Hearing, Spinal, and Acanthosis Nigricans certification

  • American Heart Association (AHA) BLS CPR/AED certification

  • Knowledge of national, state, and local student health requirements required

  • Demonstrate knowledge of various diagnostic equipment 

  • Experience in pediatrics, emergency room, and school nursing, a plus

  • Desire to work with pediatric and adolescent population

  • Relate well to students, parents, peers, and the public 

  • Demonstrate basic computer and clerical skills 

  • Work effectively without direct supervision 

  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills



Physical Requirements and Work Environment

  • May involve the regular and, at times, sustained performance of moderately physically demanding work

  • May involve lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of moderately heavy (20-50 pounds) objects and materials

  • May be required to lift or move an injured or sick person

  • May be exposed to adverse environmental conditions such as toxic/poisonous agents, violence, disease, or pathogenic substances


Permanent Substitute Teacher

Good Shepherd Episcopal School is seeking an individual to support our Middle School, Lower School, and Early Childhood divisions as a Permanent Substitute Teacher. The Permanent Substitute Teacher will be guaranteed a minimum of 100 days substituting in our PreK through 4th grade classrooms or for our 5th through 8th grade classes for the 2019-2020 school year. The ideal candidate is flexible, personable, and enjoys different experiences each day. The Permanent Substitute Teacher responsibilities will include, but are not limited to: ensuring the safety of each student, following teacher lesson plans, escorting students to various classes on campus, and assuming classroom duties as assigned by the teacher.  

This 10-month position (August - May) requires a bachelor’s degree in education, a teaching certificate, and a minimum of 3 years teaching experience. To apply, please send a cover letter, resume, and a copy of your certification to Toni Luciano, Director of Human Resources, tluciano@gsesdallas.org.

Extended Day Program Teacher

Good Shepherd Episcopal School is searching for a teacher with experience to work in the Extended Day Program. This qualified person would work from 3:00 – 6:00 PM on school days. The job responsibilities are greeting parents, supervising small groups of students in various activities daily, including assigned reading, homework, crafts, and outdoor/indoor play. College degree and experience working with children preferred.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: $18.00 /hour

Substitute Teachers

Good Shepherd Episcopal School is looking for qualified substitute teachers. Associate's degree is required. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to Toni Luciano, Director of Human Resources, at 

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