Responsibilities and Duties
Make personal connections with residents
Provide daily cares, including bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting and more
Assist with transfers, or helping residents into wheelchairs or walkers
Administer medications for residents on a timely schedule
Work alongside nursing staff, who are there to assist with activities and procedures requiring RN/LPN licensure
Report to lead staffer, who will help you follow care protocols
Outgoing, friendly personality. Nursing Assistants must be able to establish and maintain positive relationships with residents, and be team players with fellow staff.
CNA Certification. You must earn your CNA certification in order to perform the duties listed above. Candidates who already have this certification are preferred, but NRC can provide you with this training.
Past experience. 6 months of previous experience in a long-term care setting is preferred.
Age 18 or older. In order to operate lift equipment to help residents into wheelchairs or bed, you must be at least 18 years of age.
Flexible. Work day flexibility is desired.