Trinity Health Glacier Hills- Assisted Living Nurse, LPN- $10,000 Sign-on Bonus-Full Time in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Employment Type:Full timeShift:Evening Shift
First impressions are lasting… but don’t just impress us on paper- impress us in person!
We are looking for nurses that exude:
Positive Attitude- offer a smile and pleasant demeanor consistently to all residents and staff
Compassion- genuinely care about the residents and the care you provide
Professionalism- appropriate behavior, language and accountability at all times
Time Management Skills- organize and prioritize in a fast-paced environment and complete assigned tasks accurately and quickly
Flexibility- no day is the same- be prepared to do different things in different areas
Teamwork- support and positively encourage fellow staff in effort, performance and attitude
About the Role
Your responsibilities include but not limited to:
Providing quality nursing care to residents according to their care plan, in an environment that promotes their rights, dignity, freedom of choice, safety and individuality
Supervising and supporting Anam Caras in the care provided to residents
Administer medication accurately and document appropriately
About our Benefits
Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits
On-Site Childcare Center
You must have:
A High School Diploma/GED
A current Michigan Licensed Practicing Nurse license
Trinity Health is one of the largest multi-institutional Catholic health care delivery systems in the nation.
Glacier Hills Senior Living Community is a non-profit, life plan community within Trinity Health Senior Communities.
Together we provide care across the spectrum - Independent Living, Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, Long Term Care and Memory Care for our residents. We have a rich history in the Ann Arbor area and have been operating for over 47 years.
Interviews are being scheduled NOW, so apply today!
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