1. Receives report from previous shifts and identifies special needs of assigned patients.
  2. Performs nursing activities which promote the physical, mental and emotional well being of the patient.
  3. Recognizes and interprets symptoms and when appropriate reports patient’s condition to the Charge Nurse.
  4. Performs a nursing summary on patients just prior to discharge.
  5. When appropriate, participates in orientation of new nursing personnel.
  1. Keeps accurate and complete records of nursing care.
  2. Assists in interpreting policies and procedures to patients and their families.
  3. Responds to codes as part of a team of designated nursing personnel.
  4. Participates in annual hospital mandated in-services and required education, training and competencies.
  5. Performs other duties as assigned by the Charge Nurse.

Reporting and Compensation:

Competitive compensation.


  1. Graduate of a practical nursing program from an accredited school.
  2. A minimum of three (3) years’ experience as an LPN in a hospital setting or skilled nursing facility is required. Prior experience in a substance use disorder facility, detoxification facility or psychiatric facility preferred.
  3. Currently licensed to practice as an LPN by the Washington State Department of Health.
  4. Current CPR/BLS certification.