Now urgently hiring for a kind and caring CNA to join our awesome team! We offer competitive wages and a $1500 sign-on bonus!
Under supervision, a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) provides basic nursing assistance and assists residents with daily living activities.
Note: All employees of Cascadia Healthcare are required to submit and be cleared to work in the facility per each state’s specific background check requirements prior to contact with patients/residents.
High school diploma or equivalent required.
Valid certification as a CNA in the state of employment.
Valid CPR certification preferred.
Six months of experience in a long-term-care environment preferred.
NOTE: A CNA who successfully completes an approved advanced skills training curriculum and/or has demonstrated experience in a needed clinical specialty area, e.g. ventilator, pulmonary, and tracheostomy (VPT), can be classified as a CNA II.
Answers nurse call system to determine resident needs.
Assists residents with dressing, grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, hair, and incontinence care.
Obtains food trays and assists residents with eating.
Assists residents with a range of motion exercises, and movement to/from wheelchair or activity areas.
Assists residents with turning and positioning in bed.
Assists residents with ambulation as indicated in the facility.
Takes and records temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, and food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
Documents ADLs, resident personal cares, and device use on flow sheets or task sheets as directed.
Attends interdisciplinary meetings as needed to provide input into selected resident’s plans of care.
Documents restorative services provided following facility policies and procedures.
Assists facility staff to provide person-centered care based on indicated preferences.
Ensures punctuality and regular attendance for assigned shifts.
Performs other tasks as assigned.
Conducts job responsibilities in accordance with the standards set out in the Company’s policies and procedures, applicable federal and state laws, and applicable professional standards.