Job Description & Requirements
License Practical Nurse
Seeking License Practical Nurse for a contract in DC !
LPN Needed(4 weeks)
MODALITY: Outpatient/ambulatory care; primary care (ages 18 and up)
REQUIRED SKILLS: At least 2 years’ experience in a medical office or ambulatory health setting; emergency room or clinical experience. Supervisory experienced a plus.
REQUIRED REGISTRIES: Valid LPN license in District of Columbia; Current BLS/CPR certification
# OF WEEKS: Unknown at this time, best guess…..at least 4 (probably more)
SHIFT/HOURS: 9:00am to 5:30pm (or 9:30am to 6:00pm); Monday – Friday (closed on federal holidays)
GUARANTEED EXPECTED WEEKLY HRS: 40hr/wk if needed for the entire week or 8hrs/day as needed
DRESS CODE: Scrubs (any color, no logos other – no entity specific logos), lab coats are also permitted, tennis shoes or clogs
Associate’s appearance should be clean, neat and professional. Clothing should be unexaggerated in style, clean, properly fitting and not wrinkled. Clothing should not appear too tight, too baggy, too short in length, revealing, faded, or in need of repair.
Certain items are not appropriate, including, but are not limited to, denim materials, T-shirts, and shorts.
· Fragrances may not be worn.
• Long hair should be worn up, secured in back, or appropriately covered in accordance with established departmental standards/protocols.
• Nails must be trimmed no longer than ¼ inch in patient care areas. In accordance with CDC guidelines, no artificial fingernails or extenders may be worn by associates providing patient care.
Fingernails should be kept clean and be in compliance with the applicable at Health practice. Neon nail polish and nail jewels are not acceptable.
• If patient care duties, or an unexpected event, (such as severe infectious disease outbreak) requires associate to wear N-95 respirator, then the associate must be clean shaven within the sealing area of the respirator in order to maintain appropriate fit and protection.
• Lab coats and scrubs may only be worn by authorized clinical personnel, unless required by regulatory agencies or department policy.
• Hats and other head coverings are not permitted, unless required for religious purposes or part of the uniform.
• Shoes need to be appropriate in style, depending on the nature of the position. Flip flops and non-business style open toe shoes are not appropriate.
• Extreme or eccentric hairstyles (i.e. spiked, shaved message, striped, etc.) or extreme hair color (i.e., blue, purple, green, etc.) are not permitted.
• Generally, visible tattoos and facial piercings are prohibited.
• Moderate jewelry is permitted and must be appropriate to the nature of the associate’s job. In some areas, jewelry may not be permitted or limited in size/amount for safety and/or infection control reasons.
• Associates are expected to follow any additional guidelines related to their job.
If interested contact Tonia Richmond Recruiter at 301-242-3237 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org