The Salvation Army - Central Territory

  • LPN - Turning Point Program

    Job Locations US-MI-Grand Rapids
    Job ID
    2018-6897
    # of Openings
    4
    Category
    Adult Rehabilitation
    Type
    Regular Part-Time
  • Overview

    DOING THE MOST GOOD

     

    Do you want to use your skills and talents to make a lasting difference in the world? Turning Point Programs is part of The Salvation Army, an international organization based on Biblical principles created to help people in need. We are mission-driven, diverse, collaborative, and focused on positive results for people. We empower people to overcome addictions and reconnect with life. Join us in making a difference.

     

    Turning Point Program is nestled in the charming Fulton Heights Neighborhood, steps from Fulton Street Farmers Market and a short walk to East Town. Visit our website to learn more about how Turning Point is serving Western Michigan residents: turningpointgr.org/turningpoint

     

    We offer a competitive employee benefit program for part time employees that includes:
    • Pension
    • A generous PTO package
    • Voluntary life insurance
    • AFLAC 

    Responsibilities

    Summary

    The LPN is responsible for overall medical department functions, including person served evaluation and assessment necessary for coordination of medical/psycho/social treatment plan, medication assessment and administration, vital signs and medical management of co-occurring disorders.

    Responsibilities

    • Monitor and maintain all aspects of persons served medical needs.
    • Maintain internal and external agency relationships.
    • Ensure that all documentation is accurate, complete, and informative regarding the person served care.

    Qualifications

    License: Current State of Michigan LPN License

     

    Experience: Two years of experience in a substance abuse treatment facility desired.

     

    Skills: CPR certificate required. Must have sensitivity to special circumstances of substance abuse treatment setting. Ability to interact with staff and individuals of diverse populations required. Ability to articulate and actively support the mission of the organization to various audiences. Demonstrated ability and willingness to be flexible and change based on resident demand and/or accreditation regulations. A recovering individual must have at least 5 years sobriety with current evidence of social and emotional stability.

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