Presbyterian Homes & Services is seeking a Licensed Practical Nurse to join our team. We have 30 locations, in Minnesota and Western Wisconsin, that hire nurses and we would love for you to consider talking to us about our openings. Apply today to talk to a PHS Recruiter about your background and what you are seeking in your next position.
As a Licensed Practical Nurse, you will play a critical role in caring for older adults - not only physically, but emotionally, socially, mentally, and spiritually. We are mission driven, and faith based. At PHS you can continue to learn and development within the Nurse role or beyond. We are committed to promoting withi; there are many opportunities for you to attend a diverse selection of classes, apply for scholarships and/or nursing loan repayment, and grow within the company.
We offer competitive wages and benefits, with full time status defined as working a minimum of 60 hours during the two week pay period. We take your past LPN hours of experience into consideration for your starting wage and we offer regular step increases based on hours worked.
Most set schedules include include working every other weekend and scheduled holidays.
PHS has been serving older adults since 1955, is a leader in the industry. With over 6000 employees and growing- you are sure to have a home with us where you are now, and far into the future. We believe that employees are the most important resource in our ministry, and because of this, we are committed to an environment where employees are valued and empowered to make a difference.
If you have a passion and desire to enrich the lives and touch the hearts of older adults, consider joining our team in providing compassionate and high quality care and services within a caring Christian culture.
We have communities in the following locations:
Inver Grove Heights
New Richmond, WI
Oak Park Heights
Spring Lake Park
The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is responsible for the provision and monitoring of high quality clinical care and services to residents consistent with regulations and established clinical best practices.