LPN Long Term Care Opportunities - $5,000 Transition Incentive

Munson Healthcare Frankfort, Michigan


Requisition #: 52462
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Description

LPN - Long-Term Care

Frankfort, MI


At Paul Oliver Living and Rehabilitation Center, you’ll be part of a highly-engaged, multi-disciplinary care delivery team. With lower staff-to-resident ratios and a home-like environment, you’ll have the time to get to know your residents and spend quality time with them. Plus, we have a peaceful work environment overlooking Lake Michigan.

Right now, we’re offering a $5,000 transition incentive to help you make the move!

What’s Required:

  • An active Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of Michigan
  • Recent graduates may be hired into clinical support roles while awaiting licensure

What You’ll Receive:

  • Competitive pay
  • A comprehensive and flexible benefits package including
    • Full medical, dental and optical insurance for you and your dependents
    • Generous paid time off – up to 19 days your first year! – and paid holidays
    • Tuition reimbursement and student loan repayment support
    • Retirement savings program with employee match
    • Employer-paid long-term and short-term disability
    • Life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, and critical accident insurance
    • Healthcare and dependent care flex spending accounts
    • Employee discounts, including cell phones, gyms, restaurants, travel
    • Employee Assistance Program, legal plan, financial planning, and more
  • Work-life balance
  • A career that changes with your life – with so many different roles available for LPNs at Munson Healthcare, your role can change as your life does!

Why Choose Munson Healthcare:

  • LPNs are a valued part of the care team with a voice in care delivery
  • Be a part of northern Michigan’s leading healthcare team with opportunities for personal and professional growth throughout the healthcare system
  • Work in a smaller facility with better resident ratios and the resources of a large healthcare system