Hi! First time poster...long time member, since 2007! I am looking to move into a middle school nurse role after many years of triage, hospital float pool, training and case management roles. I was also in the Army Nurse Corps for 8 years. I have made it through the screening and the interview is tomorrow. The hiring admin said that I can preview the questions before I start the interview.
In both the application and the screening, the questions are geared towards teachers. I have a lot of experience as a clinical trainer so I answered the screening questions through that lens.
Do any of you have any tips on how best to approach this interview? I have been brushing up on my pediatric health topics; asthma, allergies, diabetes, immunizations.
I have been a nurse for 16 years, and have my BSN and MPH. The contract here states that the nurses are compensated like the teachers, per lane and step. I am taking a pay cut for this, but my passion for community/public health and my need to get back to clinical care is making me not care so much about the pay. I actually was going to be a teacher in middle school before switching my major, it is a fun age.