Roane County Schools

S-2019-017-1: Substitute LPN / Aide (RCS - Substitutes)

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  • Supervisor
    Superintendent, RCS - Central Office
    (daily rate)
    Posted Dates
    August 9, 2018 - June 30, 2019
    Applications due
    June 30, 2019 at 3:00 pm
    Currently hold or previously held classification of Aide, or passage of state competency exam for Aide
    Must hold valid license as a Licensed Practical Nurse from the WV State Board of Examiners for Licensed Practical Nurses
    Be able to communicate with adults, follow directions, accept supervision, and be compatible with working with children
    Current CPR training preferred
    Be capable of lifting and maneuvering wheelchairs up/down ramps if applicable
    Be able to handle and care for wheelchairs, braces, crutches, etc., and be able to administer any medication to students while in their charge, only when the following conditions are met: a) Written directions from the attending physician, which includes the requirements specifying frequency and method of administration, and a description of anticipated reactions of the student to the medication. b) Written parental consent. c) Written authorization from the Superintendent or the Superintendent designee. d) The medication is taken from a properly labeled medicine container to insure positive identification of the student. e) The medication is locked in a safe place.
    Act in the capacity as Supervisory Aide as directed by the school administration
    Meet the health requirements as set forth by West Virginia State Code/Local Policy

    This is a continuous posting. Applications will be reviewed as they are received and as additional substitutes are needed.


    1. Meet children at designated bus stops/school and help those children to school/bus as required
    2. Alert teachers/building administrator to any problems or special information about children’s problems
    3. Work with and assist students designated to be special needs or special education.
    4. Perform tasks, i.e. making copies, preparing bulletin boards, as designated by the teacher
    5. Perform or assist children to perform those functions which they are incapable of doing, i.e. feeding, toileting, dressing, lifting, etc.
    6. Under supervision of the teacher, work with small groups of students to reinforce material introduced by the teacher
    7. Distribute and collect workloads, paper, and other instructional materials
    8. Read to students, listen to students read, and participate in other forms of oral communication with students
    9. Assist students to master equipment or instructional materials assigned by the teacher
    10. Assist with lunch, snack, and other routine cleanup
    11. Assist students with media center, library activities, and auxiliary classes as needed
    12. Makes reports, record data, administers tests as directed by the teacher
    13. Perform care procedures for impaired students. These may include suctioning, nasogastric tube feeding, catheterization, and dietetic testing.
    14. Provide prescribed medical care or assistance under the supervision of the School Health Nurse to include, but not limited to, administering medication, testing blood sugar, etc.
    15. Maintain a high level of ethical behavior and confidentiality of information about students
    16. Demonstrate the ability to remain and respond calmly and objectively to a variety of situations
    17. Provide a variety of behavior management techniques in a crisis situation before resorting to passive restraint
    18. Assist with maintaining a structured learning environment through appropriate organization of time, space arrangements, and material organization
    19. Implement established rules, instructions, preventive discipline, and other environmental stimuli to bring about significant changes in student functioning
    20. Follow lesson plans developed for instructional, social, academic, and emotional skills and objectives