License Vocational Nurse (LVN) -Weekends and Overnight Detox
Our client provides high-quality luxury rehab services for those struggling with addiction by combining clinical and therapeutic approaches to promote long-term recovery.
We are seeking a dedicated, hard-working Overnight License Vocational Nurse (LVN) to join our client’s team!
Minimum Qualifications/Requirements: Preferred but not required experience treating a substance use population , and 1 year of sobriety if recovering; and provide current California LVN license (or higher or equivalent license), current CPR/First Aid certification, annual TB, Health screen upon hire (C3)
Monitors resident’s charts
Ensures resident’s medications are being taken as ordered by the doctor
Maintains a daily medication count
Oversees all medical appointments with outside providers.
Facilitates residents’ daily activities in the facility, wake up, chore supervision, assists with meal service, and assists with laundry.
Observes and monitors residents’ behavior and intervenes based on schedule, individual resident’s treatment plan and facility needs.
Facilitates assigned groups/meetings/activities per program schedule.
Documents observations/milieu interventions in resident records (minimum of one entry per shift/group)
Coordinates milieu treatment with counseling staff (via resident record, staff communication, and counseling/staff meetings).
Writes in staff shift log (including check-in and check-out as well as a summary of the shift events).
Conducts check-in of new residents including search of belongings and lock-up of contraband and medications.
Provides 1:1 supervision of at-risk residents (ATA risk, suicidal ideation, etc.) per directive from Supervisor.
Follows emergency procedures exactly (including paging protocol, etc.)
Provides ATA (Against Treatment Advice), prevention including 1:1 counseling, notification of assigned counselor and immediate notification of Supervisor or a Counselor, whenever a resident talks about leaving the program.
Supports aftercare component by facilitating aftercare groups and conducting sober living house checks (when assigned).
Conducts UA drug screen collection when directed, following appropriate procedures.
Performs TB testing.
Reads TB results.
Documents TB results into resident’s chart.
Completes Assessment of Medical Necessity (within 24 hours of admission), daily Mental/Physical status exams, and all forms of medical screening/assessment requirements called out by DHCS, The Joint Commission, and Clinical/Program Director.
Communicate with doctor’s and Pharmacy’s in order to maintain medical collaboration.
Other duties assigned by Supervisor
Substance Abuse Treatment: 1 year (Preferred)
KIPU Systems (EMR): 1 year (Preferred)
Skills and Competency:
Has the ability to listen actively when spoken to and effectively communicate their thoughts to others. Is sensitive to religious, ethnic and cultural differences in others and show respect and empathy. Is able to work alone but also as a team with fellow staff in the business setting and actively seek out advice and/or guidance in order to solve problems. The Candidate will have good time management skills and actively seek to accomplish tasks and be able to use a variety of methods and ideas to solve problems; whilst also being open to suggestions from others in order to find solutions. Awareness of EMR.
Qualifications and Requirements:
Holds a current license as LVN in the state of facility and maintains current licensure per state requirements
Schedule: Saturday and Sunday AM Shift 7:00 AM to 3:30 PM or Overnight can be Friday and Saturday 11:00 to 7:30 PM
Will consider new graduates
Benefits: 401k, PTO, access to large network of discounts in almost every aspect, we provide lunch
Salary/Hourly Pay: 24-32