Licensed Practical Nurse Night Shift Part Time

Serving Lacey and beyond since 1998

Are you interested in joining a team of veteran caregivers who have been making a difference in the lives of people in Lacey, WA for more than 40 years? Memory Care at The Lodges is seeking to add experienced Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) to assume the role of Charge Nurse at our Memory Care Lodges. The Charge Nurse is responsible for the directing and assigning of all care during a standard 8-hour tour of duty.

Accountability: LPNs report to the House Supervisor, RN Consultant, or the Director of Nursing Services.

Qualifications: Applicants must be a Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Washington. 6-months of experience in a skilled-nursing facility or medical/surgical unit is preferred, but not required.


  • Evening Shift: 11:00 PM – 7 AM

Salary/Compensation: Compensation rates dependent on qualifications and experience of applicant. To be negotiated during interview process.

Benefits Include:

  • Medical benefits including medical, dental, & vision
  • Paid sick and vacation time
  • Free Life Insurance
  • Mentor Program
  • Access To Public Transportation
  • We Promote from Within

LPN Job Skills:

  • Clinical Competence
  • Follows State and Federal regulations
  • Follows facility policies and procedures
  • Family interaction
  • Quality of caring
  • Maintains and promotes patient privacy, dignity, and rights

LPN Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Licensed Practical Nurses assigns, directs, and delegates facility staff during tour of duty.
  • LPNs make daily rounds of all residents.
  • LPNs assess daily patients and family responses to nursing care.
  • Our Licensed Practical Nurses direct communication with doctors, faxing/calling physicians regarding condition changes and follows up on all orders received.
  • LPNs must attend continuing education programs on a routine.
  • Documents in resident’s medical records according to all charting procedures. Keeps residents’ care plan up to date and documents changes in care plan and problem list
  • LPNs are responsible for recording quarterly assessment and summary of resident’s progress
  • Communicates with families regarding changes in treatment and care plans.
  • LPNs receive and give daily nursing reports, including report to NACs/NARs on floor
  • Complete wound care and treatments as ordered.
  • Complete medication passes
  • LPNs process new admissions to their building according to policy and procedure.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by DNS.

Location: Aberdeen, WA

Have Questions?? Please contact Zina Campbell, at

To Apply: Please complete the following application and attach a current resume

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