Licensed Practical Nurse FT/PT
At Bethesda, people are the heart of everything we do. Our mission, vision and values reflect a commitment to people. As an organization, we are aligned, inspired and driven toward a common goal - believing that together, the best life is possible!
Caring for our adults is more than just helping people with their daily activities. It is assisting in cultivating life skills and fostering independence. If you are ready to start a new journey into a meaningful career, apply today - you will be glad you did!
We are currently looking for dynamic Licensed Practical Nurses for our amazing homes in Colorado!
It’s being part of a team who enhances the lives of our individuals in every way possible. Come join us and make a difference in your community!
- Full - Time and Part - Time schedules
- Starting at $23/hr
- Small case load
- No experience necessary - will train
- Full benefits
- flexible schedules
Our full-time benefits (for anyone scheduled more than 30 hours per week) include:
- Medical/ Dental coverage options
- Free vision discounts
- Tuition reimbursement
- Generous paid time off (16.5 days accrued in the first year!)
- Company-paid life
- AD&D, STD, and LTD insurance with the option to supplement coverage
- An extended illness
- A 403(b) plan with dollar-per-dollar match on contributions up to 3% of wages
- Have an active LPN license in good standing
- 18 years old or older
- Eligible to work in the United States
- Have a valid license and a clean driving record according to Bethesda policy
- Have high school graduate or have a GED (proof will be required)
- Able to pass a physical, drug screen and criminal background check
A Licensed Practical Nurse currently licensed in their assigned state(s) to practice. This nursing practice is directed toward assisting persons supported to achieve their highest possible level of health and independence. The nurse must practice in cooperation and collaboration with other members of the interdisciplinary team to coordinate individual services. The Nurse endorses the promotion of wellness, normalization, and advocacy in providing services to individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities. The nursing role focuses primarily on interventions that maximize the psycho-social, physical, affective, cognitive and developmental strengths of the persons, families, staff, significant others, and those who deliver services. The Registered Nurse provides nursing leadership and serves as an advocate to ensure individuals receive appropriate healthcare treatment, health education, and other health related services which honor the rights of the persons supported.
- Job Family MEDICAL SERVICES
- Pay Type Hourly
- Littleton, CO, USA