Posted: Aug 16, 2023

Healthcare - Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) - PT

Salary: $31.89 - $44.20 Hourly
Application Deadline: Nov 15, 2023
Health Services

Since opening our first retirement community in 1989, Berwick Retirement Communities has been committed to offering quality retirement living and now owns eight residences across BC. We are proud to be Island owned & managed.

Berwick Retirement Communities promotes an environment which integrates hospitality with superior customer service and care. As a member of the Berwick team you will uphold a philosophy that respects choice, independence and autonomy for our residents.

Berwick House & Berwick Royal Oak retirement communities are looking for a Licensed Practical Nurse who is reliable, authentic, and excited to make a difference in the lives of people. As part of a dynamic team environment, your unique sense of humour, optimism, and ability to work well with seniors, will lead to a flourishing career with a company that supports your personal and professional growth.

Thinking about a potential change? Berwick Royal Oak & Berwick House is hiring LPNs. Call us for a tour (250-419-4068). We’d love to show you around, even if you are not quite sure you are ready for change. We love meeting new people

Wouldn’t it be great to work someplace with:

  • A small team of caring individuals.
  • 8 hour a shifts with paid lunch breaks.
  • Fair pay & benefits.
  • The ability to offer you vacation time you can actually take when you want it; your work/life balance is a priority.
  • Management that respects and encourages your ideas and feedback.
  • Time in each shift to get to know the residents you are caring for.
  • Free parking, reasonably priced meals.


Casual - Days, Evenings and Night shifts as needed.


$31.89- $44.20 an hour and is negotiable based on experience. Shift premiums included in the range of wage and is paid where applicable.


  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Discounted Meal Program
  • Complimentary Onsite Gym Use
  • Vacation starting at 6%
  • Employee Perks Discount Program

Job Summary:

Under the direction of the BRIO Team Leader, the LPN is directly responsible to provide care and assessment for the residents in the Licensed Residential Care Unit. The LPN initiates the planning, implementation and evaluation of care plans. The LPN administers medications, accurately records resident information and performs other clinical procedures as required within the LPN scope of practice, his/her competency level and the organization’s policies and procedures. The LPN directs and supervises the Resident Care Aides actively on duty.

Skills, Qualifications and Experience:

  • An active membership with the BCCNM
  • Current First Aid & CPR Certificate
  • Completion of Food Safe and WHMIS certificates
  • Experience in the field of geriatrics and willingness to keep self current on same
  • Trained in full scope LPN practice and ability to perform duties based on individual competencies
  • Good clinical, communication and problem solving skills, and an ability to work well with seniors, their families and the public
  • Knowledge of methods of transfer, and capable of supporting residents with varying degrees of mobility
  • Physically able to lift, bend and perform repetitive movement
  • Knowledge of and compliance with the Residential Care Regulations to ensure a high standard of safe and quality care delivery
  • Knowledge of principles and practices of nursing and nursing procedures

Skills & Abilities:

  • Tact, sound judgment & confidentiality
  • Patience & reliability
  • Relationship building & team oriented
  • Excellent communication including verbal & written, listening, understanding & responding
  • Demonstrates a commitment to customer relationships and hospitality by being caring and courteous to residents, families, visitors, and co-workers
  • Problem solving & conflict resolution skills
  • Meeting ethical guidelines and professional standards