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We're looking for a Licensed Practical Nurse
, working in Correctional
industry in 14601 Pleasant Valley Road, Kuna, Idaho, United States
- Administrate medications and prescribed treatments under supervision.
- Provide direct patient care to include gathering vital signs, subjective and objective information, and other services to support patient care.
- Coordinate care closely with security staff while maintaining a positive, collaborative relationship
- Maintain an ethical commitment to ensure confidentiality within the limits of a correctional environment.
- Deliver care in a nonjudgmental/nondiscriminatory manner.
- Understand and comply with safety and security rules and regulations of the institution.
Our client is a leading provider of healthcare professionals. Family owned and managed for 4+ decades. They have the credibility and partnerships organizations lean on when looking for someone like you.
Setting industry standards for quality, service, and integrity. Available 24/7 because your work and needs don’t follow an 8 to 5 schedule.
Are you looking for a per diem, allied health, contract, travel, or the right permanent placement opportunity? Are you looking to do more than work where you are? They created a volunteer program for you to support and get more community wherever you are.
Will this opportunity help get you where you want to go? Let’s go!
Experience Required for Your Success
- 1 year work experience as a LPN preferred (Fresh graduates are welcome)
- Experience in a correctional environment preferred
- Must hold valid state LPN license in Idaho
- Ability to show current tuberculosis documentation, must be appropriately certified in first aid, Cardiopulmonary
- Resuscitation (CPR) / Basic Life Support (BLS), and automated external defibrillator (AED) preferred
- Ability to pass a background investigation and obtain agency security clearance where applicable
What Do You Think?
Does your experience reflect what it takes to be successful in this role? Do the work and challenges get you excited about what's possible?