LPN / Med Supervisor

ID 2023-1524
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Regular Full-Time


LPN / Med Supervisor 

Montcalm Manor Assisted Living Facility is seeking a compassionate and experienced LPN. The LPN helps to fulfill the care requirements of our patients. The successful candidate will work within their entire scope of practice. The LPN will be fully accountable for ensuring that the utmost in competent care and safety is consistently delivered to all residents. This opportunity awaits a motivated and ambitious professional with assisted living experience. If you share our vision of going above and beyond for our residents and want to join a fantastic team with room for career growth, apply now!


  • Knowledge of Assisted Living policies and procedures is a plus
  • New York License and current registration as a Licensed Practical Nurse.
  • One-year experience in an acute care facility is a plus not required.


  • Strong organizational and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to determine appropriate course of action in complex situations
  • Ability to work independently, pay attentive to detail, and maintain a positive attitude
  • Skilled in the principals of confidentiality


  • Competitive Salary
  • Health Benefits Offered
  • Paid time off
  • Paid Sick Time Off
  • Paid Holidays Off
  • Incentive Bonus Structure
  • Strong Executive Support

WHY WORK AT THE W GROUP? The W Group is proud to be the largest provider of senior living and adult care in the state of New York. The W Group is an amazing, values-based company culture ripe with collaboration, encouragement and camaraderie. We offer a track to growth based on what you put into the role and your passion for learning in the company. In your role you’ll have the ability to innovate and make an impact with your ideas in real-time.

*The W Group reserves the right to change, alter, or terminate bonus programs at any time.




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