Licensed Practical Nurse
For 30 years, Care One has been one of Michigan’s premier staffing agencies. We have contracted with several healthcare organizations and Correctional Facilities, across the State of Michigan, to provide well-qualified, dependable, and professional staff. We invite you to join our team of dedicated and compassionate employees. We have openings to fit your needs!
You can find additional information about our “homegrown” organization at https://www.careoneinc.com/.
FULL-TIME Licensed Practical Nurse positions are available for IMMEDIATE HIRE: STARTING WAGE $46.00/hour and eligible for overtime and holiday pay!!
- St. Louis Central Correctional Facilities – St. Louis, MI
*****A pre-employment physical, 2-step TB test and drug screen are also required.
Qualifications: Licensed Practical Nurse Correctional/Contractual (LPN)
- · Valid Michigan Licensed Practical Nurse license
- · Must possess strong patient assessment, patient management, and documentation skills.
- · Ability to function in any facility or home situation regardless of age, race, creed, color, sex, disability, or financial condition of patients.
- · Must possess the disposition of the personality to work harmoniously with a wide variety of people and all levels of staff and interact professionally as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
- · Ability to work flexible hours as required to meet facility and patient needs.
- · Certified to provide Basic Cardiac Life Support.
Duties of the Licensed Practical Nurse Correctional/Contractual (LPN)
- · In accordance with Section 161 of the Michigan Public Health Code, the licensed practical nurse performs nursing acts, functions, or performs tasks under the delegation/supervision of the registered nurse.
- · Administers nursing procedures to patients in accordance with patients’ nursing care plans, such as sterile dressing, soaks, compresses, enemas, suppositories, tube feeding, oxygen therapy, range of motion therapy, catheterization, diabetic care, pre, and post-operative care, etc.
- · Set up prescribed medications in accordance with patients’ nursing care plans.
- · Administers medications to patients orally, intramuscularly, or subcutaneously.
- Monitors effects of medications, records medications given to patients