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Certified Nursing Assistant – In Training – Meadowview Manor – Bridgeport, WV

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If you are interested in pursuing a career in Nursing, obtaining your Certified Nursing Assistant license is the perfect beginning!:

We are now accepting applications for their next state-approved CNA Class.

The CNA provides direct care to assigned residents under the supervision of a RN or LPN. Performs simple treatments and other tasks that do not require professional training or education; maintains compliance with established facility policies and procedure

In addition to competitive wages, you’ll benefit from:

  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Advancement opportunities
  • Paid vacation
  • Health insurance
  • 401(k)
  • And more!

Summary: The CNA Student is a temporary training position consisting of two phases. The first phase is classroom learning taught in person or online by a certified instructor. The second phase consist of clinical hands on training.

CLASSROOM TRAINING PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1. Attend classes as schedule by the instructor

2. Demonstrate skills learned in the classroom

3. Maintain minimum passing grade on all assignments and exams

4. Study in preparation for the State Board written and skills exams

CLINICAL TRAINING PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1. Utilizes appropriate resources to know the care needs of assigned residents

2. Administers showers, bed baths, or tub baths according to expressed wishes and plan of care

3. Provides oral hygiene including denture care

4. Cares for hearing aids safely

5. Takes oral, rectal, and axillary temperatures

6. Answers call lights

7. Changes bed linens

8. Toilets residents before and after meals and prn, or according to their individualized plan

9. Passes snacks and ice water

10. Assists residents for meals

11. Feeds residents who require assistance

12. Assists residents in range of motion, mobility and ambulation

13. Assists residents in use of walker, cane, or other mobility devices

14. Shaves residents (male and female)

15. Transports residents to scheduled activities

16. Empties drainage bags in timely manner

17. Accurately completes all required forms: intake and output, food intake, flow sheet, accident/incident report, resident clothing sheet, CNA flow sheet

18. Attends to resident hygiene needs: provides nail care, administer perineal care, cleans glasses, checks residents hourly for dryness

19. Notifies nurse of any change in resident’s condition

20. Follows facility policies

21. Adheres to Bowel and Bladder Training Program

22. Notifies supervisor when unsure of how to prioritize assignment or need for assistance

23. Maintains professional behavior and appearance, promotes and exhibits good customer service and a safe, nurturing environment

24. Other duties as assigned

Effort has been made to make your job description as complete as possible. However, due to changing federal, state, and local regulations, specific requirements may change your duties. Thus, the omission of certain areas does not exclude your accountability/responsibility to the facility.

RESIDENTS’ RIGHTS

1. Maintains the confidentiality of resident’s information

2. Honor resident’s personal and property rights

3. Understands all rights afforded to residents and acts accordingly

4. Reports any behavior that may be construed as abuse, neglect or misappropriation of residents’ personal belongings

SAFETY AND SANITATION

1. Maintains assigned work areas in a clean, safe, and sanitary manner

2. Knowledgeable of fire safety and disaster plans

3. Knows location and proper use of fire extinguishers

4. Understands and practices Universal Precautions with all residents

5. Follows procedures for all Category Specific Isolation procedures

6. Reports all hazardous situations and broken equipment to charge nurse, Administrator or other assigned designee

EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLY

1. Follows established safety precautions when performing tasks and when using equipment and supplies

2. Clean equipment properly after use

3. Keep charge nurse informed of supply needs

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Lifting residents with mechanical assistance, bending, stooping, repetitive movement, walking, assisting in transfers of residents to/from bed/chair, reaching, assisting residents in ambulating, may be required to lift up to 50 pounds.

EXPSOSURE RISK

Risk of exposure to infectious or communicable diseases: High

Source: Indeed.com
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