Job Description: Employee is required to administer and record care services based upon the plan of care authorized by the attending physician.
Accountability: The licensed practical nurse reports to the Executive Director.
Equipment used: Various medical equipment and various office equipment.
Environment: Primarily indoors
Duties and Responsibilities: The employee must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodations. Except as specifically noted, the following functions are considered essential to this position.
Physical Activity Requirements: Employee must be aware that during the normal, routine performance of the essential functions, some of the following body movements may occur naturally, although they may not be a requirement of the job.
Primary Physical Requirements:
Lift up to 10 lbs: Constantly
Lift 11 to 25 lbs: Frequently
Lift 26 to 50 lbs: Occasionally
Lift over 50 lbs: Occasionally
Carry up to 10 lbs: Constantly
Carry 11 to 25 lbs: Occasionally
Carry 26 to 50 lbs: Rarely
Carry over 50 lbs: Not required
Reach above shoulder height: Frequently
Reach at shoulder height: Constantly
Reach below shoulder height: Constantly
Controls and Equipment: General office and medical equipment
Other Physical Consideration:
Twisting: Not Required
Crawling: Not Required
Squatting: Not Required
Kneeling: Not Required
Crouching: Not Required
Climbing: Not Required
Balancing: Not Required
During an 8-hour day, Employee is required to:
Consecutive Hours Total Hours
Sit 1 3
Stand 1 1
Walk 1 6
Work Surface: Varies from tile, linoleum and carpet
Cognitive and Sensory Requirements:
Tasting and Smelling: Required
Access to Personal Health Information: Requires access to the entire medical record on an as-needed basis.
Licensure/Certification Requirements: Current licensed practical nurse license.
Other Training, skills and experience requirements: Employee must be able to perform in such a way to build good working habits and relationships among the staff. Employee must demonstrate on an ongoing basis the ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with co-workers and other departments.
Summary of Occupational Exposures:
Tasks and procedures performed by employee involve risks classified by CDC as:
Category I (Direct contact with blood or other bodily fluids to which universal precautions apply.)
Specific Task Exposure:
General Resident Care: Blood, urine, feces, vomitus, wound exudates, semen/vaginal secretions, other body fluids – cerebrospinal, synovial, pleural, peritoneal, pericardial, amniotic;
Handling Soiled Linens and Clothing: Blood, urine, feces, vomitus, wound exudates, semen/vaginal secretions, other body fluids – cerebrospinal, synovial, pleural, peritoneal, pericardial, amniotic.
Cleaning Resident Rooms and Common Areas – Blood, urine, feces, vomitus, wound exudates, semen/vaginal secretions.
Refer to Exposure Control Plan for additional information.
Other Considerations and Requirements: The employee may be expected to perform other duties as assigned. Such duties will be within the training and ability of the employee.