Main Menu
Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center

Licensed Practical Nurse



Job Description
• Support the registered nurse and physician in the delivery of resident care
• Admissions and discharge planning
• Resident/family education
• Work close in collaboration the RN and physician as well as the Care Plan Team to evaluate the residents plan of care and progress toward goal attainment
• Participate in resident care activities with the delegation/supervision of a licensed professional.

Minimum Requirements
Education – Graduate from accredited College of Practical or Vocational Nursing
Licensure – State of Alabama: Licensed Practical Nurse

Comprehensive Benefits Plan
BCBS Health Insurance
Dental and Vision Insurance
Short – Term and Long – Term Disability Insurance
Company Paid Life Insurance with AD&D Coverage
Benefit Cafeteria Plan
Low Cost On-Site Daycare
403(b) Retirement Plan With Annual Employer Contributions
Annual Merit Evaluations and Pay Increases Program
Shift Differential Pay For 2nd and 3rd Shift Positions
Seven Annual Paid Holidays
PTO (Paid Time Off)
Paid Bereavement Leave
Educational and Advancement Opportunities
Retroactive Scholarships










About Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center
Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center (CCHRC) has served Cherokee County and surrounding areas since 1960. We offer a 185 skilled-bed nursing home, facility dedicated to providing quality long-term care, dementia and rehabilitative services and health care education to our residents and the citizens of Cherokee County. Located near Weiss Lake, in the heart of Cherokee County, CCHRC has well-trained, caring and dedicated staff with resident care being our top priority.


View all job openings for Cherokee County Health and Rehabilitation Center
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 8:04 am
Clean up your social media and get a job!
In a recent poll, 18 percent of employers reported finding content on social networking sites that caused them to hire or not hire a candidate.
READ MORE >
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 8:04 am
Clean up your social media and get a job!
In a recent poll, 18 percent of employers reported finding content on social networking sites that caused them to hire or not hire a candidate.
READ MORE >
Posted on February 4, 2013 at 8:04 am
Clean up your social media and get a job!
In a recent poll, 18 percent of employers reported finding content on social networking sites that caused them to hire or not hire a candidate.
READ MORE >
©2011-2016
NinjaGig.com 4.75 out of 5 from 12 ratings.