Jobs Available For Substitute School Nurses in Kane County
Are you a registered nurse with free time and looking to make extra income while also giving back to the community? Then becoming a substitute school nurse may be a great option for you.
The Kane County Human Resources Consortium recently presented to the Regional Office of Education the growing need for substitute nurses in Kane County schools. KCHRC is a cooperative effort among the nine public K-12 school districts and the Regional Office of Education.
“School nurses play an important role in our schools and their expertise is always helpful in aiding students,” said Regional Superintendent Patricia Dal Santo. “Not only do nurses provide first aid care, they also provide important emergency care and counseling for both students and staff.”
Registered nurses interested in being a substitute school nurse can contact their local school district for more information on becoming a substitute and visit teachinkane.org to view posted substitute vacancies. Not all substitute nursing opportunities are posted on teaachinkane.org. For a list of Kane County school districts and their contact information, please visit the ROE’s website.
About The Kane County Human Resources Consortium
The Kane County Human Resources Consortium, formed in 2002, is a cooperative effort among the nine public K-12 school districts and the Regional Office of Education in Kane County, IL. Dedicated to the recruitment, selection, and professional growth of quality educators, the Consortium has created a single online application process allowing applicants to submit a teaching application to the following public school districts:
- Aurora East SD 131
- Aurora West SD 129
- Batavia CUSD 101
- Central District 301
- Community Unit District 300
- Geneva CUSD 304
- Kaneland CUSD 302
- School District U-46
- St. Charles CUSD 303
- Mooseheart Child City & School
- Mid-Valley Special Education Cooperative
In recent years, these public school districts have hired a combined average of 800 teachers per year.
About the Kane County Regional Office of Education
Led by Regional Superintendent of Schools Patricia Dal Santo, the Kane County ROE is located in Geneva and serves nine school districts. From teacher licensure assistance to professional development, the ROE’s mission is to advocate for education, provide leadership and perform regulatory functions. Learn more about the ROE’s offerings on Facebook, Twitter and by signing up for the semimonthly newsletter.