The Licensed Practical Nurse is responsible for providing optimal, safe, and effective nursing care to the Substance Use Disorder patient utilizing the nursing process, hospital policies and procedures, and professional nursing standards. Demonstrating critical thinking, scientific judgment and leadership in the daily planning of patient care. This position works closely within an interdisciplinary team consisting of physicians and therapists to provide patients specialized care. The SUD LPN must be supportive and caring when working with difficult or struggling patients and maintain clear personal boundaries.
Graduate of Licensed Practical Nursing program.
Current temporary or permanent WV LPN license or new graduate proof of intent to test.
Employment in this position is contingent upon successful licensure as a LPN.
One or more years of hospital nursing is preferred.
Commensurate experience is acceptable.
Healthcare provider BLS validation within 60 days of employment, with revalidation per AHA guidelines.
CPI validation within 90 days of employment with revalidation per hospital policy.