ADMISSIONS/DISCHARGE LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSE II - Nursing Administration
Under general supervision, performs nursing duties within the scope of the Vocational Nursing Practice Act; cares for patients in a hospital inpatient setting, outpatient clinic of a hospital, or mental health clinic; and performs other related duties as required.
The Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) is the fully qualified working level and is distinguished from the class of Nurse Assistant in that the LVN requires a state license and provides a broader range of skilled nursing care.
Successful completion of an accredited Vocational Nurse Program.
LICENSE OR CERTIFICATE:
Possession of a valid California Vocational Nurse's License issued by the California Board of Vocational Nurse and Psychiatric Technician Examiners.
Intravenous Therapy (I.V.)
Basic Arrhythmia Cert. within three (3) months of hire/transfer preferred
KNOWLEDGE & ABILITIES
Current principles, techniques, and procedures used in vocational nursing as covered in the Nurse Practice Act.
Medical terminology, acute care procedures and equipment.
The use and effects of appropriate documentation of medicine and narcotics.
Medication administration and any policies and procedures of the setting assigned; quality assurance program and patient safety program, infection control.
Manage emergency or crisis situations; requires judgement/action which could result in undesirable patient outcome.
Perform the full range of vocational nursing duties and responsibilities per Vocational Nursing Practice Act.
Follow policies and procedures for the setting assigned.
Work under stressful situations and in emergency situations.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, registered nurses, patients, and co-workers and all internal and external customers.
Complete and maintain reports and patient records.
Make observations of situations accurately and report them so effective action can be taken according to rules of documentation and policies and procedures.
Manage emergency or crisis situations; requires judgment/action which could result in undesirable patient outcomes
Position Type : Full Time
Shift : Day
PLEASE READ FIRST
We have outlined below the documents that must be completed in order to adequately process your application for employment. if you have any questions or concerns about anything contained in this application packet, please contact a Human Resources Department Representative. We may be reached at (951) 652-2811, extension 5801.
Complete and submit to Human Resources. (Clarification — under
Employment History, please account for at least the last 7 years.)
- INFORMATION FOR APPLICANTS Review and keep for your future reference.
- EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY FORM Review, complete (voluntary) and return with your application.
- DISCLOSURE and AUTHORIZATION TO OBTAIN INFORMATION Review, complete and return with your application.