Northern Health

Position Summary

Works within the context of a client and family centered care model and in accordance with the standards, scope and code of ethics as outlined by British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP) and vision and values of the Northern Health. Under the direction of the Clinical Supervisor or designate, in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team, the Licensed Practical Nurse applies Nursing Process, performs assessments, plans, provides nursing care, and may provide direction to other staff.

The LPN operates in accordance with the expected competencies within the Entry to Practice Competencies, Scope of Practice and Standards of Practice as outlined by BCCNP, as well as within a client and family centered care model and according to organizational policies, procedures, standards and unit specific protocols.

The LPN will support clients and families to achieve and maintain optimal health by performing the following duties and responsibilities.


– Registration with BC College of Nursing Professionals as a practicing LPN registrant.
– One (1) year of recent, related acute care or residential experience.

– Demonstrated knowledge and skills within a specific clinical specialty or patient population dependent on the nature of the caseload (e.g. acute care, gerontology, palliative, etc.).
– Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
– Ability to assign care and share knowledge with the multidisciplinary team, clients and families
– Ability to organize work.
– Ability to establish and maintain rapport with clients.
– Ability to work independently and collaboratively with others.
– Ability to observe and recognize changes in clients.
– Ability to plan, organize and prioritize; and ability to initiate and implement a plan of care.
– Ability to operate related equipment including proficiency in relevant computer applications.
– Physical ability to carry out the duties of the position.

Prince Rupert is a small marine-based port city with one-of-a-kind wilderness exploration and wildlife viewing experiences on Northwest BC’s Pacific Coast. It’s also a popular stop on various Alaskan cruises. Located 721 km (447 miles) west of Prince George on Highway 16, Prince Rupert is the land, air, and water transportation hub of British Columbia’s North Coast, and home to some 12,815 people. The city is located at the mouth of the Skeena River, surrounded by Chatham Sound and many small, uninhabited islands. The area is perfect for exploring and discovering the fascinating history and customs of local First Nations people.

To apply for this job please visit expectmore.northernhealth.ca.