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Fresenius Medical Care - Jersey City, NJ
EDUCATION: Graduate of an accredited School of Practical Nursing (LPN, LVN) Current appropriate State licensure....
8 days ago
Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration - Lyons, NJ
Vocational Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses Licenses Vocational Nurses Lpns Lvns Nurses, Licensed Practical Requirements Help Requirements Conditions of Employment You must be a U.S....
10 days ago
UnitedHealth Group - Belleville, NJ
Vocational Nurse license in New Jersey OR Current LSW in New Jersey 3+ years clinical experience Ability to be credentialed at assigned hospital and meet all hospital occupational health requirements...
30+ days ago
Wellpath - Kearny, NJ
Vocational Nurse (LVN) Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) or Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) within the state Current CPR certification Responsibilities Under supervision of a Registered Nurse (RN), assists...
7 days ago
United Health Group - Belleville, NJ
Vocational Nurse license in New Jersey OR Current LSW in New Jersey 3+ years clinical experience Ability to be credentialed at assigned hospital and meet all hospital occupational health requirements...
30+ days ago
UnitedHealth Group - Belleville, NJ
Vocational Nurse license in New Jersey OR -Current LSW in New Jersey -3+ years clinical experience -Ability to be credentialed at assigned hospital and meet all hospital occupational health requirements...
30+ days ago

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