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Addictions Recovery Center (ARC) in Medford, Oregon is a private, non-profit health agency providing care in southern Oregon for nearly 50 years. Our services include detox & sobering services, residential addiction treatment, transition housing, outpatient care, and mental health services. ARC is seeking a qualified LPN to join our team in providing excellent care in a Medically Monitored Detox Unit.
The successful candidates will work full-time in a medically monitored detox unit in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team of care providers and perform the following duties:
- Work full-time/day shift under the direction of the Nursing Supervisor and Medical Director;
- Work in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team of care providers;
- Provide withdrawal management and care to patients in advance of entry into residential treatment;
- Work with clients and the public with a trauma-informed and compassionate approach;
- Maintain and administer medications as ordered;
- Maintain accurate patient records and medication logs;
- ***$1,750.00 sign-on bonus for the successful candidate (paid in two installments, 50% at three months active employment, remaining 50% at six months active employment).***
- Health, Dental, Life, and LTD benefits (at no cost for employee)
- Additional optional benefits: vision, flexible spending account, etc.
- 401k retirement with employer match & immediate vesting
- Generous Paid Leave: vacation (17 days), holidays (9 days), sick (9 days), and professional training (20 hours)
- Qualified NHSC and Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Employer
The successful candidate will have the following knowledge/skills/experience:
- Graduate of an accredited Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) school of nursing.
- Current Oregon Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) License.
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification.
- Experience in addictions treatment or similar settings, is preferred;
- Ability to perform pre-admission medical screening, nursing assessments, and collect other pertinent medical data;
- Maintain and follow provider orders/instructions;
- Accurately complete required chart notes and patient records;
- Professional demeanor and ability to appropriately oversee CNAs;
- Passion for trauma-informed patient care and service for at-risk and vulnerable patients;
- Excellent communication and listening skills;
- Ability to work efficiently with frequent interruptions;
- Strong organizational abilities;
- Moderate computer proficiency, including MS office ;