Licensed Practical Nurse
TLC Nursing is looking for a dedicated, energetic LPN for travel
No travel experience is necessary, though we do require that you
have at least 1 year of experience working with your current
license. You also must possess a valid CPR certification, as well
as PPD testing and a physical from within the past year. We're very
interested in reviewing your up-to-date and current resume!
- Representing TLC Nursing and providing care of the
highest standard to our clients
- 13 week assignments - Extensions are always
- 1 year experience
- With your current license or certificate.
- Active License: Valid for the state in which the
assignment takes place
- Up-to-date Physical and PPD test
- CPR or BLS Certification
- Active and valid driver's license
- Health,Vision, and Dental insurances available after 90
- Aflac Available on Day-1
- Housing (or housing stipend) provided
- Fully furnished and utilities included.
- Close to facility where contracted
- Pet-friendly (when available)
- Contract completion bonuses:Upon successful
completion of the assignment
Licensed Practical Nurse is a professional member of the health
care team who provides skilled nursing care to clients under an
established Physician Plan of Treatment, in compliance with the
Nurse Practice Act, and adheres to the policies and procedures of
this agency. This position reports to the facility Supervisor. In
an institutional setting this person reports to designated
- Must be able to lift, push and pull at least 50 lbs.
- Must possess a valid current nursing license under the State
Board of Nursing.
- Must have a minimum of one year experience in an acute care
- Must possess and maintain current cardiopulmonary resuscitation
- Must be of mature and responsible character.
- Must possess current knowledge of the disease process;
emergency interventions and health care measures pertinent for each
- Must possess good observational nursing judgment and effective
- Must be of good physical and mental health.
- Must complete this agency employment process and
The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited
- Provides skilled nursing care
- Observes and provides ongoing assessment of client and family
- Communicates client changes and needs to the physician and
- Initiates preventive, rehabilitative and therapeutic nursing
- Teaches safety precautions; medication actions and
interactions; appropriate health care measures, appropriate
- Administers medications, treatments and other modalities as
ordered by the attending physician.
- Maintains current skills, knowledge and practice specific
information by completing continuing education programs.
- Documents accurately and submits timely nursing notes and
reports, according to agency and facility standards.
- Works in cooperation with facility administration and
Performance is deemed competent when the Nurse:
- Demonstrates ability to provide nursing care within the
parameters of the State Nurse Practice Act and the policies and
procedures of this agency.
- Demonstrates ability to implement a clients care plan
- Demonstrates ability to accurately monitor a clients
- Demonstrates effective communication skills
- Demonstrates ability to document pertinent information and
submit records in accordance with this supplemental agency