[OOC section] In Game Name: xXFoxieChuXx School Employee Role you are Applying For: Head-Nurse How often do you log onto the server?: I usually log on daily for around three or four hours, depending on the day and what I’m doing. On weekends I can be expected to play all day. However, some days such as weekdays and special events with family, friends, or other situations time will be lowered. Do you have discord? Yes. It's zethara#8958 Do you have a microphone? Yes I do, but it’s not set up yet Have you ever been banned, If yes when and why?: No, I have not been banned from the server, and I have no intent of getting myself banned. Can you ensure that you will often come on: Yes I can, I have a lot of fun on the game and I have no intent on leaving it. I can be sure that I will log on daily for at least an hour unless it’s a packed day which is not often. So, as of now I can ensure my part in coming online is guaranteed every day. Do you recognise that you can be ICly fired?: Yes, I realize that my actions in the game with my character can get her fired from the job. I will make sure to keep in check and stay within the laws and avoid getting fired. However, I know very well that my actions may lead to her being fired from the job, and I will take full responsibility with respect. I am against trying to purposely break law or rules, so I will do my best to stay within them. In as much detail as possible, describe the role of your chosen school employee: Head nurse is a staff member within the school who treats injuries, sickness, or allergies when needed. They will also be there to take care and look out for the student’s health and hygiene, which can result to lessons on how to keep clean and daily check-ins with previously sick or hurt students. The nurse also listens for any calls on the intercom in case of an emergency and should be prepared to help. Do you have any past experience in this type of roleplay?: Very much so, on other formats or stories I do have characters that result in medical care and helping others when needed. Although, it is not a lot of past experience that an expert might have, I do have some knowledge on some injuries such as dealing with burns, cuts, fevers and so forth. Even with some past experience, if I feel troubled on what action I should take I will gladly take the time to quickly research it if needed for proper roleplay. What experience, in general, do you have in roleplay?: Quite a lot, I enjoy roleplaying on different format games and Minecraft, and enjoy doing it in my spare time often when I can. I could spend hours on a single story and never get bored from the thrill and joy of seeing where it takes me. I also enjoy writing stories and coming up with scenarios which enhances my experiences in how to react to a specific scene. I also know that detail and specifics are needed in most cases. Are you familiar with what your job does? If so, describe it: As previously mentioned, I am very familiar with what the head-nurse does within the job. They help students with the most care and treat to their injuries, sickness, or allergies. They can also help teachers or staff if something seems to go wrong with them. Head-nurse also helps with hygiene and can give lessons in it within first block. They also can prescribe medicine to help with specific symptoms such as a headache, stomachaches, or the flu. However, they should not prescribe these pills to students who are underweight, that may have kidney problems, or students who have dealt with alcohol. [Situations] During a workshift a student starts cursing at you for being pathetic, how do you react?: Take the situation calmly, do not over-react or cause unnecessary conflict. Try to speak to the student head on with a careful warning of what they may be doing wrong. Inform them that what they are doing is wrong and that they should settle down, however, it could also help to ask why the student suddenly lashed out of hand. If the student refuses to abide to you, still do not over-react. It is best to stay calm and not scare them too much. If the student gets many warnings and they still refuse, a staff member of higher status should try and talk to them, such as a principal. You are doing a hazardous job requested by the School Principal, how do you react?: Checking out the situation might be a smart idea, even if it is not in your best interest. For other staff members may not be available and the situation might be urgent. If the situation can be settled with your help it would be best to do so, however, if the job is starting to get out of hand with violence or other such acts, it would be best to keep the safety of the students around and have someone with a better understanding of the situation to handle it. Another school employee is doing something very dangerous on the job or acting out of order, how do you react?: Talk to them one on one and ask them to politely stop if they are going against law or rules. If it was a simple temper lash out or a little mistake they may have overlooked, tell them of the mistake and send them off with a warning. However if the school employee is refusing to abide to your warnings and or law breaking acts, someone such as a police officer or a principal should deal with the situation in case the employee lashes out. It is best to keep in mind about the safety of the employees and students around as top priority. However, if the situation has to deal with harmful acts to a student or employee, it is best to get police involved so no further injuries are taken place. [IC section] Applicant Name: Lora Siena ' Snowflake ' Chosen Job: Head-nurse Motivation for Joining KHS: I’ve always loved researching on medical care, and joining the staff means I could make the world even better and help more people. I love the feeling of helping someone in need and that’s why I would love to take ownership of the job here. Although there are bonus perks such as money for rent, it’s far from the main reason why I want to join. Age (Minimum age is 25): 25 Why should you be accepted over the other applicants?: I do not believe fully I should be accepted over other people who may want this job. However, I do believe that someone who gains this job should have the passion of actually wanting this job and not just for money. Being the head-nurse means you have to care for others and without that sometimes a head-nurse can be lacking all of the love they put into the job. Passion is the reason why I believe I should be chosen, however it is not my decision on if I should.