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Several LPN Opportunities in Kansas City, MO
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Several LPN Opportunities in Kansas City, MO

Sunbelt Staffing is hiring multiple LPNs ASAP for a long-term care facility in Kansas City, Missouri. It is a 6-13 week contract with 36 hours a week guaranteed. If interested. please read the job details below.

Job Description:

  • Care for patients and tend to their general well being
  • Perform everyday nursing duties under the supervision of a registered nurse provider
  • Administer medications accurately

Requirements:

  • Missouri LPN Certification
  • BLS American Heart Association Certification
  • 1 year LPN experience (Required)

Shifts: All Shifts
Employment Type: Contract, 6-13 weeks

If you are interested in this Contract LPN opportunity in Kansas City, Missouri please email your updated Resume and Supervisory References to me at brianna.griffin@sunbeltstaffing.com or call/text at 813-219-1049 for consideration.

 

Brianna Griffin
brianna.griffin@sunbeltstaffing.com
813-219-1049

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