Float Building Nurse - 7.0 hours/day

Champaign Unit 4 Schools

Champaign Unit 4 Schools

Champaign, IL, USA
Posted on Wednesday, May 15, 2024
Our Mission

  • Positively transforming learning and life outcomes for students through educational justice, equity, and excellence.


  • Holds a current and unrestricted RN license (preferred) or LPN license in the State of Illinois
  • Has current CPR certification or CPR Instructor’s certification
  • Knowledge of the nursing process and community health nursing
  • Knowledge of current trends in healthcare delivery and treatment
  • Knowledge of the medical, legal, and ethical aspects of nursing
  • Knowledge of age-appropriate anticipatory guidance, development of the psycho-social process, and health issues or concerns
  • Working knowledge of community, medical, and social services resources
  • Ability to assess student needs, formulate care plans, and evaluate plans of care
  • Ability to provide culturally competent care
  • Ability to monitor and record client-related outcomes and observations
  • Ability to understand and implement standing orders and administer therapeutic prescriptions
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, parents, students, and medical professionals
  • Ability to work within guidelines established by District policies and/or grants


  • The hourly wage for this position is determined based on the Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Champaign Educational Support Professionals, which is available on our website. The District gives experienced employees up to 20 years of experience credit for service outside the District if it is directly related to their position. 100% of an employee's contributions to IMRF are currently paid by the Board of Education. The Board also pays 100% of employee-only health and term life insurance. There is a minimal employee cost for vision insurance. Dental is also available at competitive rates to interested employees. There are opportunities for employees to earn additional compensation during the regular school year and in the summer.

Application Deadline

  • This position will remain posted until the hiring process is complete; however, interviews may be conducted after May 9, 2024, so interested applicants should submit their materials ASAP to ensure consideration.

More About Our Community

  • Champaign Unit 4 Schools serves over 10,000 PreK-Young Adult students in 18 facilities, which include twelve elementary schools, three middle schools, two high schools, one early childhood facility, and the Novak Academy. Located conveniently near Chicago, Indianapolis, and St. Louis, Champaign residents enjoy the entertainment and intellectual activity of a large city, without the higher costs of living and lengthy commute times often associated with busy city/suburban life. The University of Illinois provides the excitement of Big 10 sporting events, a thriving business environment, and world-class entertainment at State Farm Center and the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts. Champaign is characterized by a thriving downtown and campustown, shopping centers and boutiques, award-winning restaurants, neighborhood parks, live music venues, and summer festivals. We also share many museums, galleries, and theatres with the adjacent city of Urbana.

Want to Learn More?

  • If you want to learn more about this position or other career opportunities in Champaign Unit 4 Schools, please contact our Assistant Director of Human Resources & Employee Engagement, Ms. Nancy Whitehouse, at whitehna@u4sd.org. Please include your résumé.
  • You may also contact Nurse Administrator Margee Poole at (217) 373-5580 or poolema@u4sd.org if you have specific questions.