Ideal candidates will have flexible availability to work other shifts, weekends, and holidays as needed. Typical shift times will be 7:00 am to 3:30 pm and every other weekend.



The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) performs nursing care under the direction and supervision of the Long Term Care Unit Manager/Skilled Unit Manager or designated Registered Nurse. The LPN assists with the planning overall nursing care of the residents on the unit. Completes the resident profile and transcribes orders.


  • Rounds on assigned residents at least twice per shift to ensure resident safety and implementation of the plan of care; makes rounds with outgoing and incoming nurse to discuss residents on caseload and observed changes
  • Performs assigned nursing tasks and nursing procedures according to current standards, policies and procedures
  • Supervises CNA activities to ensure resident needs are met; obtains information from CNAs regarding response to care, changes in condition, or other information gathered during the shift; holds CNAs accountable for timely and accurate completion of scheduled vital signs and weights
  • Appropriately addresses allegations or sightings of potential abuse/neglect by rescuing the resident, reporting it immediately and reassuring the resident
  • Monitors staff for professionalism and positive interaction with residents and other employees
  • Assists with resolving staffing needs and emergency staffing problems as they arise
  • Takes emergency calls for all of and visits residents as required
  • Orders labs and medications per the physician’s order
  • Keeps work environment clean and tidy
  • Ensures that infection control protocols are followed by fellow team members
  • Contacts physicians, other professional personnel, and families, as necessary
  • Monitors residents’ medical charts for accuracy and timeliness of information updates
  • Documents resident observations, changes in condition, response to care, delivery of medication and treatments, and other pertinent information according to departmental standards, policies and procedures
  • Utilizes the Interact SBAR tool for change in resident conditions
  • Takes house calls, if requested, for Independent Living residents; drives company vehicle to respond to the house calls as requested by public safety
  • Maintains and updates care plans as necessary
  • Comprehensively completes daily skilled notes
  • Greets new admissions within 30 minutes of their arrival and thoroughly completes the admission process
  • Informs the Director of Nursing of any problems which may arise during the shift
  • Serves on committees as requested
  • Ensures staff have adequate supplies and equipment to carry out their responsibilities; ensures supplies are being managed appropriately through the Orbits system
  • Ensures staff complete all shift responsibilities before the end of the shift
  • Assists with performance evaluations for CNAs and staff in-service training
  • Assists management staff during licensing reviews
  • Maintains positive and professional relationships with residents, guests, and other employees
  • Participates in facility performance improvement activities
  • Answers the facility telephone promptly and if unable, delegates the task to another team member
  • Serves as a positive mentor for new team members and provides a comprehensive onboarding experience
  • Performs other duties as assigned


  • Active License as a Practical Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia;
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • 2 years of nursing experience in an acute care or long-term care setting preferred.
  • Obtain Certified Dementia Practitioner within 1 year of employment.


Comprehensive knowledge of nursing procedures, theory and practice with an emphasis on current trends in gerontological nursing in a long term or acute care setting; ability to interact well with physicians and other health care professionals; ability to exercise sound professional judgment and respond appropriately in an emergency; ability to lift and carry a minimum of 50 pounds; ability to stand and walk for entire shift and safely lift and transfer residents.



  • Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • 403(b) Retirement Plan
  • 529 College Savings Plan
  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Legal Resources
  • Paid Time Off
  • Holiday Pay
  • Corporate Wellness Program
  • Health Club & Spa Membership
  • Employee Education & Training Fund
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Credit Union Membership