Aegis is in search of a Community WELLNESS NURSE that will bring passion to work every day, provide hands-on nursing care & create a fun work environment.  

  

Location:  Granada Hills, CA 91344

 

 As a Wellness Nurse  (Licensed Vocational Nurse (LPN/LVN) or Registered Nurse (RN) your contributions & training may include:

  • Medication Management
  • Wound care
  • Hands-on nursing care
  • Provide nursing services to residents
  • Coordinate resident care with residents, families, and physicians
  • Skin documentation and review
  • Communicate care plan changes to staff
  • Communication with families and physicians
  • Report changes of condition and work directly with the Director of Nursing to ensure that regulations and internal standards are met
  • Opportunities of growth to Director of Nursing/Health Services Director
  • Documentation and Investigation Reporting
  • Audit eMARS, med cart
  • Maintain accurate resident health records
  • Conduct Fall Risk assessments, Skin assessments, pain assessments, Fast Scale assessments
  • Participate in training of care staff

 

What you'll need to excel at this job: 

  • LPN/LVN or RN license that is active and in good standing
  • A passion to work with our amazing Seniors!
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Ability to work hard, support your team and build fun into the job

 

BENEFITS:  Rewarding the People Behind Our Success

  • Opportunity for growth to Charge Nurse/Director of Nursing
  • Competitive pay, excellent benefits (medical/dental/vision/401k/tuition assistance and more!), and an enjoyable work/life balance. Please feel free to ask us for a benefits summary during your interview process.
  • Employee meals for just $1!
  • Excellent orientation for new grads and communication with management
  • Ongoing training programs and a well-defined career path. Ask us about the path to your bright future!
  • Employee appreciation days (additional paid time off)

 

Research us. Ask around. Find out why we have been awarded "Best Place to Work" numerous times, and why we're a top rated company on Glassdoor.com. This really is a great place to work!

 

 

In a positive, caring, "Best Place to Work" and Best in Class luxury environment. 

Aegis is in search of Community WELLNESS NURSES that will bring passion to work every day, provide hands-on nursing care & create a fun work environment.    

 

We're a top rated company on Glassdoor and have been voted "Best Place to Work" a number of times. It all comes down to our people.  We hire the best.  And we hire compassionate hearts.  Our Wellness Nurses are a key component to our success. Please watch this video about meaningful work and the story behind it.

 

If you are interested in working at Áegis Living, we encourage you to apply to this position or Contact Jhon Vargas at Jhon.Vargas@aegisliving.com or at (425) 284-1611 if you have any questions about this opening

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