Colorado Jobs

Colorado Jobs

Job Information

Avamere Family Of Companies LPN - $7,500 Bonus! in Brighton, Colorado

LPN - $7,500 Bonus!CategoryNursingShiftNocHoursFull-Time/Part-TimeUnion PositionNoLocation : CityBrightonStateCOZip80601OverviewNow Hiring Healthcare Heroes!Join our amazing team and #workwithpurpose$7,500 Sign on Bonus!!(full-time only)Licensed Practical Nurse/LPNStatus: Full-Time and Part-timeHours: NOC 6pm - 6:30amSchedule: Self Scheduling w/ Rotating WeekendsLocation: Avamere Transitional Care and Rehab - Brighton- 2025 E. Egbert St.Brighton, CO 80601Pay:$22 - $27/hr (DOE); Shift differentials offered for evening and NOC shiftAs an LPN with Avamere, you join a team with a culture and mission toenhance the life of every person we serve. This is more than a job - it's aplace where our team members build lasting relationships with patients andresidents, their families, and fellow team members.We are dedicated to keeping our team members and residents safe. Download ourflyer that shows our protocols and response to COVID-19here.Employee Perks:Tuition assistanceAccess up to 50% of your net earned income before paydayMentorship opportunitiesCareer DevelopmentEmployee assistance program featuring counseling services, financialcoaching, free legal services, and moreGenerous employee referral programPaid time off/sick leave (rolls over annually)401K retirement plan with employer matchComprehensive benefits package with medical coverage, voluntary dental,vision, and life insurance, short-term disability, and ADandD coverageDetailsThe primary responsibility of this position is to provide direct nursing careto the residents, and to supervise the day-to-day nursing activitiesperformed by nursing assistants.ResponsibilitiesComplete required record keeping in regards to your role in admitting,transferring and discharging residents.Coordinate with nursing staff and support personnel daily to plan theshifts' services, programs and activities to ensure the resident's totalregimen of care is maintained.Prepare and administer medications and review medication cards forcompleteness and accuracy.Review resident care plans for appropriate resident goals, problems,approaches and revisions based on nursing needs.Plan, organize, develop, implement and interpret programs, goals,objectives, policies and procedures that are necessary for providing qualitycaProvide leadership to nursing personnel and make daily rounds of your unit toensure staff is providing direct care in accordance with resident's careplan and wishes.Develop and maintain rapport with nursing staff, other departmentpersonnel, residents, family members, and all other individuals involvedin resident's care.Participate in facility surveys by authorized government agencies.QualificationsMust possess a nursing degree from an accredited college or university.Must possess a current, unencumbered, active license to practice as an LPNin this state.Knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures, as well aslaws, regulations and guidelines that pertain to nursing care facilities.

DirectEmployers