On-Call LPN

Nursing Department

Overview
Interested in building empathetic skills? Gaining confidence in therapeutic communication and clinical mindfulness? Join our multi-disciplinary team of nursing, OT and SW speaking the language of non-violent communication and harm reduction to care for people living with HIV disease.
General Information
LPN's are responsible for medication administration, providing direct care, evaluation of medical issues, symptom management, advocating for residents with health care providers, ensuring continuity of care, review of physician's orders and support/supervision of CMA, CNA and/or caregiver on the shift.
Qualifications
  • OSBN certified LPN
  • Current CPR certification
  • Two verifiable supervisory employment references Open to working with mental illness, substance use and emotional health challenges
  • Willingness to work within a model emphasizing harm reduction, community, self-determination and non-violent communication
  • Skills in organization, prioritization, initiation, verbal communication and collaboration
  • Compassionate with strong boundaries
  • Skills in organization, prioritization, initiation, verbal and written communication and collaboration
  • Compassionate with strong boundaries
  • Basic computer skills
  • A strong work ethic, willingness to be flexible and work as part of a cohesive team
  • Ability to lift and carry moderate amounts of weight
Misc

Our core values of compassion, collaboration, respect, resourcefulness and empowerment extend to our entire community of residents, staff and volunteers. We support a culture of respect, education, and fun among our nursing staff.

How to Apply
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Note: Jobs are left open until filled


 
 
 

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