Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)


Division

Location

Delaware

Job ID

24


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Job Description:

The Certified Nursing Assistant provides daily direct care to residents/patients, including but not limited to: bathing, dressing, grooming; food consumption; transferring and ambulating. Provision of care also includes: providing comfort to residents by creating a positive home-like environment; offering emotional support; and working with residents’ families.

Job Requirements:

JOB CANDIDATE REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT

(also known as PATIENT CARE TECHNICIAN)


To qualify for a Certified Nursing Assistant position, candidates must:


  1. Either provide a copy of your certification, licensure, school diploma, or other such proof that they graduated from an accredited school for Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) / Patient Care Technician OR                  
  2. If you worked as a CNA / Patient Care Technician, you must provide a letter from the worksite that states that you worked as a fulltime CNA for at least three months (420 hours) for pay under the supervision of a registered nurse or physician. The letter must include you job starting and ending dates of work. The letter must be on the worksite’s letterhead and must be notarized by a Notary Public.
  3. Provide written proof of Covid 19 vaccination.
  4. Provide written proof of negative tuberculosis (TB) test.
  5. Pass a federal background check before arriving to the job.
  6. Speak, read, and write in English in order to read and write medical records AND communicate successfully with patients and medical staff.
  7. After arrival, Take and pass a drug test and pass the Delaware criminal background check. (No cost to employee)
  8. After arrival, apply for CNA license in the State of Delaware (“reciprocity”). (No cost to employee)