CNA's
Summary
Title:CNA's
ID:16 R35
Location:Riverside RHC-Austin
Department:Nursing
Description
C.N.A fulltime and PRN positions,

Shifts Available: C.N.A (6am to 2pm, 2pm to 10pm, 10pm to 6am)
                        C.N.A PRN (6am to 2P)
                       

Qualifications:
·         Currently enrolled in a school for nursing assistants or have a license as a certified nursing assistant.
·         A minimum of 6 month experience as a certified nursing assistant or clinical experience while enrolled in a nursing assistant program.
·         Must posses a sincere desire to serve the ill and aged.
·         Ability to read, write, and speak English
·         Possess the ability to deal tactfully with personnel, residents, family members, visitors and the general public.
·         Willingness to work harmoniously with other people.
·         Must have patience, tact, cheerful disposition and enthusiasm, as well as willing to handle residents based on whatever maturity level they are currently functioning.
·         Must be in good general health and demonstrate emotional stability.
·         Must be able to relate to and work with ill, disabled, elderly, emotionally upset ,and at times hostile people within the facility
 
General Duties and Responsibilities:
·         Perform all duties as assigned and in accordance with facilities established policies and procedures, nursing care procedures and safety rules and regulations.
·         Make residents rounds at the beginning of each shift and every two hours thereafter to administer quality nursing care.
·         Verify the identification of a resident before administering nursing care or serving food to ensure appropriate care is being provided to the correct resident.
·         Make beds, clean bedside tables and overbid tables.
·         Serve fresh water shiftily. Assure that water pitchers are clean, filled with fresh drinking water and within the residents reach and per physicians ordered consistency.
·         Dress each resident neatly and in his or her own clothing. Assist residents to dress as necessary.
·         Serve nourishment’s in accordance with established facility guidelines.
·         Assist residents who cannot feed themselves.
·         Assure that resident’s food is accessible and self-help devices are available as indicated.
·         Prepare residents for therapy, activities, physician visits, and religious services and to include transportation.
·         Keep incontinent residents as clean and dry as possible at all times. Change bed linens, diapers and clothing as often as necessary to promote the sense of well-being.
·         Do not permit residents to smoke in facility.
·         Answer all call lights promptly.
·         Check for food in resident’s room. Ensure that food is kept in a sealed container.
·         Report all complaints to the charge nurse.
·         Report any resident abuse/neglect immediately to the abuse coordinator.
·         Report any medications found in the resident’s room. Take to charge nurse.
·         Report all hazardous conditions and faulty equipment to Maintenance and charge nurse.
·         Report all changes in resident condition, skin such as bruises, skin tears, or accidents immediately to charge nurse.
·         Other related duties as deemed necessary by supervisor or charge nurse.
·         Complete all documentation at end of shift
·         Report toileting changes and or needs to charge nurse: constipation, rectal fullness, etc.
 
Clinical:
 
·         Wash hands before and after care for each resident.
·         Place residents in correct and comfortable position. Head of bed elevated 40 degrees for GT residents.
·         Assist residents with dental and mouth care. Clean dentures after each meal and at nighttime.
·         Record resident’s meal intake.
·         Bath schedule compliance.
·         Nail care per policy and procedure.
·         Shave male residents daily and as needed.
·         Observe and report the presence of skin alterations.
·         Keep drainage bags in dignity cover and properly positioned.
·         Apply house emollient to skin after incontinent care and bathing process.
·         Reality orientation to cognitive impaired residents.
·         Apply proper positioning devices as indicated.
·         Restorative care as indicated.
**Applicants must submit resume to be considered**                                 E.O.E   M/F/V/D
 
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