Location: Red Lake , MN

Long Term Care Travel Contract - LPN

Position: Licensed Practical Nurse 
Facility Type: Long Term Care 
Location: Red Lake, MN 
Position Type: Non-COVID

Employment type:

  • Health Care
  • Full-Time 
  • Travel/Contract 
  • Temporary

Contract:

  • 12 Weeks 
  • 40 hours per week
  • 6:30a - 2p
  • Possible extension 
  • Some Weekends 


Education and Experience:

  • Graduate of an accredited Nursing Program - ASN or higher
  • Min. 2 years of LTC  experience
  • Efficient with Electronic Charting - PCC or Similar 


License and Certification:

  • MN LPN License  
  • BLS 

Duties:

  • Supervise support staff 
  • Administer Medication 
  • Monitor and record vitals 
  • Ensure dietary restrictions are met
  • Perform Head - to - Toe assesments 
  • Communicate resident's needs with authorized persons


Pay and Benefits:

  • Weekly Pay 
  • Pay Card or Direct Deposit Options 
  • Low Taxable Income
  • Tax-Free Stipends 
  • 401k Options 
  • Vision/Medical/Dental Eligibility 

To Apply:

  • Updated and Current CV 
  • Professional References - Peer and Supervisor
  • Copy of Active Certifications 
  • Copy of RN License
  • Skills Assessment 


For complete details, please call or text Nicole Forgette directly at 813-792-3405. You may also email your current resume to nicole.forgette@sunbeltstaffng.com. I look forward to speaking with  you. 

Nicole Forgette
Sr. National Hiring Manager
Sunbelt Staffing 
Direct: 813-792-3405
Email: nicole.forgette@sunbeltstaffing.com

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