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Wesley LPN | Floor Nurse | LTC in Auburn, Washington

As a service organization, Wesley selects employees who bring our mission to promise. When you become a member of the Wesley team, you contribute to the active lifestyle, high quality of care and other services we provide older adults at our award-winning communities or other residence. Our workforce is as diverse as our services, which include independent living, assisted living, Catered Living, memory care, skilled nursing, rehabilitation, hospice, home care and home health. Our Total Rewards philosophy is a balanced approach that meets the needs of employees on their career journey whether they are just joining the workforce or nearing retirement. We evaluate our Total Rewards offerings annually to provide benefits employees would find meaningful. In addition to competitive wages and a commitment to pay equity, we offer the following benefits and other compensation: * Employees, and their families if elected, can participate in medical and vision insurance (full time and ACA eligible), dental (full time) and group life (employee only for full time, excludes part-time and on-call staff). * We offer a combined paid time off (PTO) policy which incorporates state paid sick leave with company paid time off at an accrual rate of 0.0577 per hour worked, equivalent to 120 hours of PTO at 2,080 hours worked in a year. We also offer 6 Paid Holidays (8 hours for full time and 6 hours for part time per event, excludes on-call staff) and 1 Personal Holiday of Choice per year (8 hours, excludes on-call staff). * Retirement planning is encouraged through our 403(b) plan that includes a generous 100% company match on the first 4% of earnings an employee contributes. There is a 5-year vesting schedule on the company match, and minors are ineligible for the company match. * A food and beverage discount of 30% is available to all employees at any Wesley bistro. Employees are also eligible for On-Demand Pay with Dayforce Wallet. Minors need parental consent to access this benefit. * To assist employees with challenges outside of the workplace, Wesley offers an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), which is 100% company paid. Additionally, Wesley Community Foundation provides grants to qualifying employees as detailed in the plan summary. * Lastly, the efforts and contributions of our valued employees are celebrated in our best-in-class recognition and reward platform, Inspire. Points earned for various reasons may be redeemed for a variety of merchandise, gift cards, tickets, travel and other experiences selected by the employee. This summary is intended to reflect the most reasonable and genuinely expected offering of benefits and other compensation for the posted job. The official website for all Wesley job postings is Wesley is not responsible for content on third-party job boards. Salary ranges, benefits and other compensation are subject to change. The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) cares for ill, injured, or convalescing patients/residents or persons with disabilities in a variety of care settings which may include skilled nursing or long term care. Licensed Practical Nurses may work under the direction of a registered nurse and often direct and supervise the work of nursing assistants. What you’ll do * Provide basic patient care or treatments, such as taking temperatures or blood pressures, dressing wounds, treating bedsores, giving enemas or douches, rubbing with alcohol, massaging, or performing catheterizations. * Administer prescribed medications or start intravenous fluids. * Collect samples, such as blood, urine, or sputum from patients, and perform routine laboratory tests on samples. * Measure and record patients' vital signs, such as height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, or respiration. * Supervise nurses' aides or assistants. * Care for residents by monitoring health status, feeding, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, assisting with mobility, and serving meals and snacks. * Establish and maintain interpersonal relationships with residents, families, and coworkers. * Document and record resident observations and health-related information in electronic systems. * Communicate resident observations and health-related information to others member of the care team including coworkers, supervisors, third-party providers, and families. * Learn and apply Company, Federal, State, and local rules, regulations, and policies. What you’ll need * Active Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) license in Washington State * Washington State Food Worker Card within 14 days of hire * CPR and First Aid certification within 30 days of hire * Ability to understand and communicate in the English language: Salary Range: $29.50 - $42.00: REQ Code #AZL0930: