Thank you for your interest in Stonewater - we get fired up about adding members to our team! Stonewater is an organization founded on authenticity and PASSION! Our team is made up of members who embrace the excitement in helping adolescents and their families and creating true life change. Let’s go!
We are a unique, adolescent, behavioral healthcare organization providing every patient with a comprehensive and customized level of care. We’re located on 62 acres of grasslands in the rolling, green hill-country of Northern Mississippi. Our campus is beautiful (if we do say so ourselves). The custom-built residential stone lodge overlooks a peaceful lake, providing a safe and protective environment removed from the pressures of the outside world. At Stonewater, we offer our patients a home where they can feel the comfort to explore nature and focus on recovery while receiving the highest level of clinical and medical care. The customized programs for each patient at Stonewater are designed to build a solid, lasting foundation; promote cleansing and renewal for a fresh start; and bring families back together for the ongoing journey of recovery. YES!
We are looking to grow our Stonewater team with people who share this same passion and enthusiasm for providing a successful and exceptional treatment experience. A team who believes in and daily executes Stonewater’s Vision, Mission and Values (see below). Fortunately, our patients and their families aren’t the only ones to benefit from our Vision, Mission and Value-centric culture. Our team benefits as well! By Seeing One Another as God’s Creations and Celebrating Wins, we promote positivity and genuine relationship-building in the workplace. Not only do we pursue organizational health on the Stonewater campus but we pursue it off campus as well. We enjoy team-building events that range from our summer Splash Bash to 5K foot races and our special Christmas Gift Giveaway and Family Dinner Party. You may come in a stranger but you won’t stay one for long!
Thank you again for your interest in Stonewater. We hope that you enjoy getting to know this organization - we look forward to learning more about you!
Lifelong Recovery Lived.
We believe in helping individuals find their God-given purpose and learn the life skills necessary to choose disciplined, transformed lives.
Stonewater Core Values:
*Invest in the Point*Choose to Grow
*Protect Security*See One Another as God’s Creations
*Serve to Lead*Celebrate Wins
*Own it*Challenge the Box
Position Description: LPN
Reports To: Head Nurse
*Stonewater will pay 100% of the following employee insurance benefits: Health, Dental, Vision, Long-Term Disability andShort-Term Disability. Stonewater offers Paid Time Off as well as a 401k Profit-Sharing Plan with a 100% match of up to 6%.
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
The responsibility of the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is to ensure the individual care, safety and supervision of the patients who reside at Stonewater Adolescent Recovery Center. In addition, the Licensed Practical Nurse ensures that each patient’s personal needs are met in accordance with the Stonewater Adolescent Recovery Center policies and procedures and state regulations. The Licensed Practical Nurse is responsible for the care, safety, cleanliness and maintenance of the treatment facilities and outside property, as needed and directed. The Licensed Practical Nurse shall perform the following duties and function as a part of the treatment team:
a. Be punctual in reporting for scheduled shifts. Notify the Head Nurse in cases involving emergencies or other factors that may influence work attendance, early shift leave and punctuality. At no time can the LPN leave or fail to attend a scheduled shift without prior verbal approval from the Head Nurse.
b. Be flexible and available to work any and all shifts assigned.
c. Participate in equipping, encouraging and empowering each patient to be and do all they were created to do while helping them to understand that they were created on purpose for a purpose.
d. Be responsible for developing a healthy relationship with each patient (whether individually or as a group).
e. Handle any incidents, crises, perceived dangers, runaways and/or conflicts in a professional and loving manner. Notify all emergency personnel and necessary staff members in crisis situations and complete all necessary paperwork related to incidents in a thorough and timely manner.
f. Obtain vital signs (temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiratory rate) and report any abnormal findings to the healthcare provider.
g. Obtain and process specimens for laboratory orders.
h. Collect and document patients’ medical histories.
i. Provide basic wound care including cleaning and bandaging injured areas.
j. Administer and document scheduled and prn medication.
k. Provide the patients with skill training as needed in the maintenance of a clean, safe and healthy environment.
l. Plan, supervise and cleanup daily meals and snacks that occur during the scheduled shift as needed.
m. Be aware of approved and needed items for the entire home including food, pantry, personal hygiene, laundry, bedroom, etc.. Provide a list of needed items to the Office Manager prior to needing and/or running out of items.
n. Supervise and provide life skill training to include, but not limited to, personal hygiene, washing/folding clothes, bed making, ironing clothes, choosing outfits appropriate for occasions and seasons, setting a dinner table, table manners, etc. as directed by the Clinical Director.
o. Teach appropriate conflict management resolution skills and relational boundaries.
p. Provide and receive Handoff Report during shift exchange to debrief events that occurred during the shift. Example topics include: patient point trades, issues or concerns, new or discontinued orders, admissions and discharges, room assignments, etc.
q. Encourage compliance with the Stonewater Adolescent Recovery Center expectations and policies from all patients, staff and volunteers. Address any conflicts and concerns directly with staff in a professional, loving and confidential manner. Consistently seek to maintain unity and cohesion in the program and respect all members of the program (staff, residents and volunteers).
r. Ensure daily documentation is completed, including but not limited to: staff communication log, patient daily logs, case notes, incident reports, MAR, patient phone logs, etc.
s. Attend mandatory staff meetings, continuing education and training events as directed.
t. Transport patients to appointments, outings and family visitations as directed by the Head Nurse and/or Clinical Therapist.