North Dakota is a land of wide open spaces where life moves at a slower pace and people aren't packed together quite as close. North Dakota has beautiful badlands to explore and scenic drives across the grassland prairies where the buffalo still roam.
Fargo is North Dakota's largest city and with three universities, it is rich in cultural opportunities, concerts, museums and great eateries. Bismarck is the state capital and has a popular downtown and extensive park system. Hunting and fishing are popular year round too. Minot is the forth largest city in North Dakota, but it hides a sizable and dynamic arts community. Minot is home to several major fairs and festivals including the North Dakota State Fair and Norsk Hostfest.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park preserves the rugged beauty of North Dakota's Badlands and the legacy of our 26th President, Teddy Roosevelt. At TRNP, you can enjoy a scenic drive, hike, camp or explore by horseback. Bison and wild horses roam freely. In the park's back country it is possible to hike for days without coming across another human or sign of human development.
North Dakota is a great place for LPN that are looking for a relaxed pace. Consider North Dakota for your next travel assignment or a permanent position.
- Watching the patient's pain levels and care for any abrasions or infection sites.
- Evaluating the patient's health before and after medical operations.
- Working with the registered nurse in managing several patients simultaneously.
RequirementsOne year of experience as a Med/Surg LVN within the past two years.
Active Nursing License in good standing.
Up to date Basic Life Support through American Heart Association.
Negative Drug Screen.