Clinic RN

This is a part-time, temporary, non-benefited, hourly position with weekday clinic hours. Staff housing and tuition assistance for the program are negotiable.

Dates and Hours: July 1 to July 28, 2023,  M – F, 8:30-4:30

  • Includes being present for orientation to Health Services, week of June 21 for approximately 3 hours 
  • Includes being present for Registration from 12pm to 8pm on Saturday 7/2


  • Administer and manage prescription medications for students
  • Assess and treat, within scope of practice, student health needs; organize medical appointments as needed
  • Document care provided
  • Maintain Health Services spaces; communicate with other Health Services nurses, Putney School and/or Summer Arts Programs staff, and, as needed, with parents
  • Other duties as needed


  • Licensed as a registered nurse in the state of Vermont (a NLC state)
  • Current CPR Certification
  • Experience working with teens
  • Good communication skills – written and verbal
  • Authorization to work in the United States

About The Putney School 

Located on 500 acres of land including miles of wooded trails and a working dairy farm in Southern Vermont, The Putney School is a coeducational boarding and day school for grades 9 – 12. As a progressive school, we believe people learn best by doing. 

About The Putney Summer Arts Program 

The Putney Summer Arts Program welcomes a diverse community of young artists and arts professionals to the Putney School campus each summer. The program offers a combination of arts and writing workshops for teens which provide an intimate space where those passionate about the arts receive support and inspiration. Each summer we build an intentional community. We create a space that is open and supportive of each student as they dive into their creative work and navigate their growth as individuals. Dorm living, workshops, daily sing, meals, camping, and all campus-wide events are important parts of our program. We are committed to supporting the range of experiences and expression that students share at Putney and to creating a community of understanding of one another that enriches all. 

The ideal candidates will be eager to participate in anti-racist work and use an inclusive, social justice lens in their work with all students and adults on campus. Building a just and inclusive community is a shared responsibility, and Putney supports all its employees in developing this critical skill set.


If interested, inquiries should be directed to: