Applying To: Public Health Nursing Supervisor
- Minimum: $62,946.00
- Maximum: $97,214.00
Nature of Work
The Public Health Nursing Supervisor supervises public health nurses within a bureau of the Department of Health. Duties include: planning, organizing, and directing work activities of subordinate staff; assisting with the development and oversight of planning within the department and with community partners; completing administrative reports, and giving presentations on public health topics to the community and the media. Incumbents must be available to respond at night and on weekends as needed.
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited school of nursing; and, two years as a nursing supervisor in an educational, public, or community setting. A Master’s degree in Nursing or Public Health may substitute for one year of the experience requirement; OR, an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
Licenses: Must possess a valid professional nursing license issued by the Missouri State Board of Nursing or a state having reciprocity with the state of Missouri. Applicants from other states with reciprocity must have a temporary permit as a registered nurse from the Missouri State Board of nursing at the time of application, and within six months of the date of permit issuance must obtain licensure by the State of Missouri.
Must possess and maintain a valid Missouri driver’s license while employed by the City of St. Louis. Must possess a valid driver’s license at the time of filing application and be able to present license at time of the Oral Interview. Please note type of license, number, class and expiration date on the Employment Application. Applicants who do not possess a Missouri driver’s license will be required to present a “Driving Record Check” from their State’s Department of Motor Vehicles.
Documentation of academic credentials and nursing license must be submitted with the Employment Application or at the time of the Oral Interview.
To be eligible for veteran preference points, the applicant must submit a copy of his/her DD214 Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty with the Employment Application or at the time of the Oral Interview. The Director of Personnel may, in his discretion, accept alternate documentation.
A limited number of applicants may be scheduled for the Oral Interview based on an evaluation of their qualifying education, training, and experience as listed on the Employment Application. Complete the Employment History and Educational/Training History sections of the Employment Application even if you submit a resume. Resumes will not be accepted as a substitute to a fully completed application. When completing the Employment History section of the application, include reasons for changes in employers and explain any gaps in employment history. Incomplete and/or carelessly completed applications will not be considered.
Some positions may require candidates to pass a “Character Investigation” prior to appointment.
Examination Components and Their Weights
- Experience and Training: Pass/Fail
- Oral Interview: 100%
No waiver of the Residency Requirement will be granted.
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