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Bloomingdale, IL || Summer School RN Job
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We are working with a school district near Bloomingdale, IL that has a job opening for an RN to work in one of their schools. The school RN will be working with High school students in a general health room role. This job will have the school RN work part-time hours, Monday through Thursday for a summer program.

Job Qualifications:

  • IL RN license
  • Can commute near Bloomingdale, IL

Job Details:

  • Part-time
  • High school students
  • Summer program
  • General health room role
  • Mild to moderate disabilities

Sunbelt Benefits:

  • Weekly pay
  • Optional medical insurance
  • Vision and dental coverage
  • 401k Plan

If you are interested in this school RN near Bloomingdale, IL you can apply with your resume attached or contact me directly and I would be happy to speak with you!

 

Alix Bracic
National Hiring Manager
[email protected]
813-219-1082

Schools - RN Nurse Contract 6 days ago
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Applying for: Bloomingdale, IL || Summer School RN Job
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