Center for Behavioral Health
The Nurse will be responsible for dispensing the proper dose of medication to each patient as prescribed by the Medical Director or Clinical Physician. Nurses ensure accountability in medication, assist in the screening of patients, keep in close contact with counselors regarding patients’ progress. Reports to the Medical Director. Program Director, and Clinical Director.
Licensed as a LPN in Kentucky. Experience and understanding of chemical addiction is preferable.
Set Hours — 5AM-1PM Monday-Friday. Rotating weekends, 6AM-8AM Saturday, 6AM-8AM Sunday
Depending on experience.
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance.
Health Savings Account Plan Option with Employer Contribution.
Employee Assistance Program.
Tuition Reimbursement Program.
Dependent Care FSA.
Company Paid Basic Life Insurance.
Supplemental Life Insurance.
Paid Time Off (PTO) of 10 – 25 days per year depending upon tenure.
All Federal Holidays are paid.
Employee Retirement Program with matching contribution by Company.
Employee Wellness Programs.
Onboarding Welcome Gifts.
Length of Service Gifts.
Employee Referral Program.
Paid Bereavement Leave.
Jury Duty Leave.
Training & Education Programs – including free CEU’s quarterly.
Online Training for Personal and Professional Development.
Paid Offsite Training Days.
Worker’s Compensation Insurance Coverage.
Direct Deposit of Pay.
Associate Degree — Must be a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN - diploma or degree) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) with the ability to practice in Kentucky.
Other — Frankfort, Louisville, or Bowling Green
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