Licensed Practical Nurse

  • Sector: Healthcare
  • Contact: Marie Nellas
  • Client: Medical Recruitment Strategies
  • Location: Beachwood, United States of America
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Expiry Date: 22 July 2024
  • Job Ref: BBBH439598_1713881290
  • Contact Email:

Description :

Position : Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN General)

Location : 4325 South Green Road Beachwood Ohio 44122

Schedule : 2nd shift is 2:00Pm-10:30Pm and every other weekend. Potential for OT

Start Date : Asap

Hours Per week : 40 hours

Contract Length : At least 1 Years from projected start date

Weekend rotation : Every Other

Experience Required : 1+ Year of experience as an LPN.

Documents Required :
Requires current licensure as LPN in state of Ohio
Covid card
Drivers License

Job Duties :

2nd shift at Warrensville is 2:00Pm-10:30Pm and every other weekend. Potential for OT. Ongoing assignment with no set end date. Will do in person interviews/tours.

JOB DUTIES IN ORDER OF IMPORTANCE: (These duties are illustrative only. Incumbents may perform some or
all of these duties or other job-related duties as assigned.)
Administers nursing care within scope of practice under direction of registered nurse, licensed physician, dentist, podiatrist, optometrist or chiropractor (e.g., administers
oxygen; applies sterile dressing, inserts catheters; reinserts gastrotomy tubes, suctions, irrigates wounds; gives enemas,
douches; collects specimens; performs dialysis treatments, operates hemodialysis equipment & monitors patient duri ng
procedure; assists physicians with physical exams, treatments &/or la boratory tests; assists in emergencies by
administering first-aid, performing cardio-pulmonary resuscitation &/or restraining patients; administers controlled drugs
such as narcotics & min or tranquilizers & no n-controlled medication in oral, rectal, topi cal or injectable form (i.e.,
intramuscular & subcutaneous injections only) & provides medication instructions to patients).
Maintains medication accountability records (e.g., charts patient records, prepares & counts medication, maintains
medication stock & medical equipment & supplies); observes, documents & reports patient conditions (e.g., medication
reactions, treatment responses, patient behavior & progress) & prepares &/or maintains related reports & records (e.g.,
unusual incident reports, patient records, medication reports, seclusion/restraint logs, patient kardex, team plan).
Orders medication & medical supplies; cleans nurses station & medication room/medication cart (e.g., cleans, sterilizes &
restocks cart; defrosts & cleans medication refrigerator) & performs clerical tasks (e.g., answers phone, files).
Knowledge of skilled licensed practical nursing procedures; pharmacology; client/patient care; first-aid; CPR; general
hospital practices & proc edures; agency, institutional, hospital or c linic practices & procedures; HIPAA regulations &
standards; human relations; inventory control; employee training & development. Skill in use of medical equipment (e.g.,
respirator, dialysis machine, sterilizer, oxygen equ ipment, blood pressure cuff); hypodermics; operation of person al
computer. Ability to understand practical field of study; deal with some abstract but mostly concrete variables; recognize
unusual or threatening conditions & take appropriate emergency action; develop good rapport with patients &/or residents;
understand manuals & verbal instructions associated with practical nursing; demonstrate dexterity to administer injections
& perform medical treatments & strength to move, reposition or restrain patients.
()Developed after employment.
License to practice nursing as a licensed practical nurse issued by Ohio Board of Nursing pursuant to Section 4723 Ohio
Revised Code & proof of completion of an approved course in medication administration.
Note: Licensed Practical Nurses who administer dialysis treatment must possess Certification in IV Therapy pursuant to
Section 4723.17 Ohio Revised Code.
Biennial renewal of licensure as practical nurse. Obtain & maintain certification in CPR.
Work nights & weekends with rotating days off; may be required to work mandator y overtime; exposed to bodily fluids;
exposed to unpredictable patient behavior, illness &/or infectious diseases; may require travel to commu nity site under
contract with Department of Mental Health & Department of Developmental Disabilities.