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WorkSource Oregon Licensed Practical Nurse - Eastern Oregon in Pendleton, Oregon

***SIGN ON BONUS AVAILABLE UP TO $2000*** About the Programs Salmon Run RTH is a Residential Treatment Home that serves 5 individuals who have a primary diagnosis of serious and persistent mental illness, and are under the jurisdiction of the Psychiatric Security Review Board (PSRB). New Roads RTH is a Residential Treatment Home that serves 5 Young Adults in Transition who have a primary diagnosis of serious and persistent mental illness. Columbia River Ranch RTF is a mental health Residential Treatment Facility that serves 11 treatment beds and 1 short term crisis resolution bed. This program operated by ColumbiaCare with clinical services provided by Community Counseling Solutions. About the Position We are looking for a Part-Time Licensed Practical Nurse to work as a member of a collaborative, dynamic team at our Eastern Oregon programs. This position provides, under general supervision, professional practical nursing care to emotionally community mental health clients for behavioral health and recovery services. Will work with clinical and case management staff to coordinate care; and to perform related work within the scope of the licensed practical nurse. Administrative duties will apply. This position will report to the facility Administrator for day-to-day supervision and work assignments, and work collaboratively with the Health Services Director. Travel between programs will be required. Additional Qualifications: Applicants must have knowledge of counseling techniques; theory and practice supporting mental health consumers; the ability to interact and relate to residents, staff, managers and others with professionalism and courtesy. Will be expected to exercise clear, consistent, appropriate, and therapeutic boundaries. Pro-actively problem solve and will be able to effectively assess and manage crisis situations. They will demonstrate effective verbal intervention skills in de-escalating clients, identifying risk situations, and managing aggressive behavior. In addition, all direct care staff must be willing and able to successfully complete our Verbal and Physical Intervention (VPI) crisis de-escalation training, which requires performing various physical, hands-on maneuvers and techniques. Work Schedule: Monday ' Friday; 20 hours per week (Flexible shifts) Qualifications MUST meet State of Oregon and ColumbiaCare credentials by the following criteria: 'Possess a valid LPN license issued by the Oregon State Board of Registered Nursing 'Maintain current First Aid/CPR certification and Food Handler's Card 'Communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; comprehend laws, administrative rules and regulations, and agency policies 'Have working knowledge of medications, including Psychotropic drugs 'Must be capable of devising treatment plans with consistent follow up 'Ability to perform regular maintenance of patient records and treatment plans through Electronic Medical Records keeping system (CareLogic)