Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - Earn Bonuses, Rewards, and Hazard Pay
Who We Are:connectRN is bigger than an app we’re a diverse community of caregivers that are reimagining the clinician work experience. Through our mobile app, nurses and nursing professionals are able to design their own work schedule and select when and where they want to pick up shifts. At connectRN you become your own boss!
Who You Are:You’re a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) looking for an opportunity to define your own career path, connect with a supportive community of caregivers like you, and increase your earning potential. You have a passion for working in different care settings and experience in long term care and assisted living.
Pay and Compensation
As a W2 employee of connectRN you’ll earn a base hourly rate
$26-$28 per hour - plus bonuses and hazard pay where available
Overtime and Holiday Pay at “time and a half” base rate
Regular bonuses for high demand shifts
Perks & Rewards
We all love a flexible work schedule… but being a part of the connectRN community is about so much more than picking up shifts! Check out the range of benefits, rewards, and discounts available to YOU as a connectRN member.
Free welcome scrubs
STATcash - Get paid within a day when you sign up!
SWAG for SHIFTS - the more you work, the more you earn! Earn over $350 in swag and apparel packages through our rewards program.
DISCOUNTS to top industry brands. Save up to 25% or more on brands like Cherokee, Gray’s Anatomy, and Dansko through connectRN’s exclusive partnerships.
EDUCATION, tuition discounts, and career development opportunities through connectRN partner programs!
ONLINE COMMUNITY - There’s no support like the support of your peers. Connect with others like you locally or around the nation on our online community, The Beat!
Provide nursing care that includes changing bandages, administering prescribed medication, and collecting specimens to patients and post-acute care residents
Document care and patient status and provides updates on patient status to supervisors.
Report to the charge nurse or administrative staff incidents or evidence of resident abuse or violation of residents' rights.
A current license to work as an LPN in the state in which you are applying.
A High School Diploma/GED and graduation from an accredited LPN program
Experience working in long term care or similar care settings
A professional attitude and commitment reliability.