Skilled Care Household
LPN/RN Shift Available:
Part Time; 56 hours per 2-week pay period; 2 - 10:30 pm; includes every other weekend & holidays as scheduled.
Chapel Pointe at Carlisle is looking for an LPN or RN to inspire and serve on a team that helps seniors live purposeful lives. You will work in a household setting where residents and staff feel like family.
As a mission-driven organization that puts people first, Chapel Pointe demonstrates our respect for our LPNs and RNs by offering a stable career, good staffing ratios, competitive pay, and benefits for our full-time and part-time team members, including:
- Paid time off
- A 403(b) retirement plan (We contribute 2% with no employee match required)
- Affordable health insurance and vision/dental insurance for anyone regularly scheduled 48+ hours per pay period.
Your typical shift may include:
- Monitoring residents, including taking and recording vital signs, and accurately charting with an electronic medical record system. Reporting conditions.
- Administering medications and reporting reactions.
- Supervising nursing assistants and helping the household to run smoothly.
- Ensuring that supplies, medications, and equipment are stocked and maintained so your team is ready for everything.
- Admitting, discharging, or transferring residents.
The LPN/RN job may be for you if:
- You are a graduate of an accredited LPN/RN nursing program and you have a valid PA LPN or RN license. We encourage graduate nurses with a temporary practice permit to apply, too.
- You have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. You encourage, inspire, and put people at ease, but you can also have tough conversations in a warm and respectful way.
- You have good judgment and decision-making skills. You think on your feet and simultaneously see the big picture and individual needs.
- You’re comfortable using computers. Software helps you to tracks residents’ needs so you can provide the best care possible.
- You demonstrate resilience. You know that serving seniors sometimes mean working through heart-wrenching situations. You know how to ask for help and focus on your emotional wellness.
- Seniors hold a special place in your heart. “A loving way of life” embodies the way you will interact with residents, family members, coworkers, and supervisors.