School Nurse Job Search Tips

You've finished your education, and it's time to start looking for a school nurse job, or maybe you have experience, and you're thinking about changing your work environment. In both cases, it is important to know how and where to look.

So, to facilitate the search process, when you begin the task of finding work, it is advisable to cover all the possible options.


Employment agencies

Visit employment agencies to leave your resume. Usually the agencies work for many companies and often have large databases. So, as some search fits your profile, they will contact you. Your resume will always be in their database for future job searches.

Medical institutions

Go to medical centers, hospitals or private practices. Go to the Human Resources department to inquire about the job offers they have at that time, and, even if at the moment there is no job position to which you can apply, ask if you can leave your resume for future searches.


Educational institutions

The universities and institutions that offer medical degrees are also a good source of work. This is because the universities maintain relations with various institutions, so their students or graduates perform internships or residencies, for example, in hospitals. Thus, they also have databases for this purpose.

Leave them your resume as well. Of course, first visit the institution where you studied because as a graduate and ex-alumni, you will have more chances there.



Internet is an endless source of resources of all kinds. You can find a lot of job websites, some of them more general where you can find everything and some more specific, which covers a particular kind of job.

The best you can do is to submit your resume to several websites and respond to the offers that attract you most or are more appropriate to your profile. This is simple, and you will be able to find plenty of job offers for those you qualify.

Be aware that many people use these resources to find a job, making it very competitive, so be careful when writing your resume, if you do not know much about how to develop a CV, seeks advice from a friend who knows the subject or rely on a professional to give you some tips.

Here is an excellent website where you'll be able to find all kind of information on the related subject and plenty of medical job offers:


Other useful resources

You should let people, such as friends, family and acquaintances know that you are looking for a job. That way, they can talk to their contact if they hear about a job that fits you.

It is also a good idea to visit sites that may be related to your profession, for example: School nurses, Health Departments, Nursing Organizations, Nursing boards, etc.

In addition to the above, there are other options, such as traveling nurse programs, so, if you're interested in joining any programs, I recommend you to do a bit of Internet research on this subject, and i assure you  that you will find plenty of information.