The Licensed Practical Nurse provides patient care under the direct supervision of the Registered Nurse with the multidisciplinary team while using the nursing process and maintaining professional nursing standards.
Current LPN licensure in the state of Iowa or qualified multistate licensure required.
IV Certification required or required to obtain within 2 years.
Previous acute care experience is preferred.
Special Skills and Competencies:
Ability to work on multiple projects at one time and flexibility to meet department needs.
Self-motivated, detail oriented individual able to work with minimum supervision.
Completes the following mandatory courses:
Must provide proof of Basic Life Support (BLS Healthcare Provider, American Heart Association; or American Red Cross, Professional Rescuer-LIVE class only) via current card prior to employment or within 60 days of hire and maintains current status
Must provide proof of Mandatory Reporting for Child and Dependent Adult Abuse training prior to employment or within 6 months of hire and maintain current status per State of Iowa guidelines
MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center Offers:
• Competitive wages; including weekend and night differentials
• Benefit Package (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan) for positions 16 hours per week or greater
• Educational assistance
• Success Sharing - a bonus when the organization meets its goals
All offers are contingent upon the successful completion of references, background checks, pre-employment physical, drug screen and post offer exam.
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