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Lurie Children's Student Nurse Program is a rewarding way to begin your career in the care of children.
This program will provide an introduction to working in the pediatric healthcare setting. Student Nurses will function in a supportive role to a Registered Nurse, following the job description of a Student Nursing Assistant. They will work collaboratively with a dynamic health care team in the management of patient care allowing them to gain experience in communicating and working closely with diverse patient populations and complex family concerns. A comprehensive orientation will be provided. While working in this role, Student Nurses will have access to professional development opportunities, such as in-services, to learn about pediatric nursing in an acute care setting.
Current enrollment in a Bachelor's Nursing Program (or higher) is required
Students must have completed the first clinical rotation of their nursing program prior to our start date
Candidates will be required to submit an official school transcript verifying current enrollment and appropriate academic standing within their nursing program
Qualified candidates must be able to work a minimum of 16 to 24 hours per department schedule/month, throughout the summer as well as the school year
Current CPR certification
Out-of-state applicants may be able to meet the monthly work requirement by working the required two to three shifts in one weekend, based on the unit's discretion
Positions for the Student Nurse Program will be posted Sunday, March 1 – Saturday, March 14.
The job postings will be removed from the website at 11:59 pm on the respective end dates. Please apply early to ensure consideration. Job postings may be re-posted at a later time if a larger candidate pool is needed.
Please note: Job postings may be closed and removed based on the number of applicants received.
Candidates may only identify up to two posted nursing units.
Those candidates selected for interview will be contacted by phone or email.
If there are no Student Nurse Assistant jobs listed on our website, this indicates we are not accepting resumes at this time.
Applicants who are invited for an interview will need to provide several copies of their resume on the interview date.
Interview Days will be held Monday, April 13 – Friday, April 17 and will consist of nursing leaders from the unit.
The Student Nurse Program will have start dates of May 18 and June 8. Those candidates who are offered a position will be contacted by phone no later than one month prior to the start date.
SNAs are sometimes hired outside of this date if positions become available. Any available positions will be posted on our career website, and you may apply directly online.