We are currently hiring Full-Time or Part-Time positions to work day, evening, or overnight shifts including every other weekend.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Works as part of an interdisciplinary team administering care to residents. Assesses resident needs and modify care to best serve each resident.
  • Assess and provide resident care within established policies, procedures, and professional standards taking into with consideration and respect for the residents’ choices, privacy, dignity, safety and independence.
  • Administers medications and treatments, reporting changes in resident’s condition and takes necessary actions.
  • Works in cooperation with Registered Nurse (RN) and Director of Nursing (DON) as needed in making provisions for residents, notifying family members, physicians, and other appropriate individuals when there are changes in resident’s condition or physician orders.
  • Completes various resident clinical records and forms including the care plan, daily resident charting, and medication administration record, lab results, etc.
  • Assists with orientation of new staff, provides ongoing instruction, and initiates disciplinary procedure as needed.
  • Actively supervises Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and Certified Medication Assistants (CMA) ensuring staff are well informed of responsibilities. Monitors care provided to ensure the residents receive accurate and safe care.
  • Determines appropriate CNA assignments based on resident assessment, acuity, dx, and other care needs.



To perform this position successfully, an individual must demonstrate regular, predictable attendance and be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge and skill required. The individual must be able to successfully pass background checks.  

Education and Experience:

Postsecondary certificate from vocational school or Associates degree in nursing required.  

 Licensure Certification: 

  • Current LPN licensure with the Board of Nursing in Minnesota. 
  • Current CPR certification. 


  • Shows dependability by being punctual; maintains consistent attendance.   
  • Knowledge of health regulations. 
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to connect to residents and coworkers. 
  • Outstanding organization and attention to detail. 
  • Visual and auditory ability to observe the daily living needs of the residents in order to provide quality care. 
  • Excellent ability to verbally communicate and problem solve effectively with residents, staff, and family members. 
  • Strong supervisory skills to lead the CNAS, CMAs.  
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions including the ability to read, write and understand English.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software. 
  • Ability to utilize computers and complete documentation in electronic medical records. 


  • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.  
  • May require prolonged periods of standing, moving and bending. 
  • Physical effort required by the job includes standing, stooping, pulling, pushing, and lifting up to 50 pounds at times. 


To accomplish the essential functions of the position, one must be physically able to operate or work with computers, calculators, reference books, computer software applications, phones and other standard office equipment. The physical activities of the position include talking, reaching, grasping, light lifting, bending, squatting, and other repetitive motions.