Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

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Louisville, KY

Job status
Full time, Part time, Contract
$30,000.00 – Annually
Job description
In a world of uncertainty, the healthcare industry is thriving and needs your help. Working as a CNA is the best way to get started in the healthcare industry. Apply today and get started!

Great Perks!
What Makes NurseStaffing Unique
• Same Day Pay - Our clinicians are paid within 24 hrs of working, not weekly or bi-weekly!
• Flexible Schedules - Our Clinicians control their schedule and book their own shifts. Once clinicians are hired, they work where they want, when they want, as much as they want, or as little as they want.

NurseStaffing is looking for Certified Nursing Assistants to provide daily assistance to patients. You will help them with their basic needs and collaborate with medical professionals to achieve excellent patient care. As a CNA, we expect you to be committed and compassionate.

You must have great interpersonal skills and the ability to create a supportive environment. We expect you to be trained in patient care as well as various clinical tasks. The goal is to facilitate the recovery of the ill and injured by providing them critical everyday assistance.

The salary for this position. Up to $30,000/year
Experience requirements
• Proven experience as a CNA.
• 1 year of experience is preferred.
• Excellent knowledge of patient assistance and care procedures.
• Working knowledge of relevant equipment (catheters, needles, etc.)
• Committed to health and safety standards
• Empathetic and approachable
• Successful completion of PCT training program with certification is required
• CPR certified
• Keep patient rooms tidy and sanitized.
• Assist the patient with everyday needs (personal hygiene, using the restroom, grooming etc.)
• Monitor vital signs (temperature, pulse etc.) or EKG signals and patient condition.
• Take fluid samples or other specimens for testing.
• Assist nursing staff in administering basic treatments.
• Perform basic nursing procedures (e.g. changing bandages).
• Ensure rooms have adequate patient care supplies.
• Assist patients with particular issues or needs.
• Provide appropriate emotional support requirements.
Work hours
• 1st and 2nd shifts available

About NurseStaffing
Our Story: NurseStaffing has been in the Healthcare Staffing business for over 40 years. The U.S is currently 1,000,000 nurses short, to add to it there is a shortage of 1.3 million nursing assistants. This shortage is not going away any time soon. Additionally, most facilities are choosing to work short, and the staff is getting burned out due to lack of support.

Our Why:
1. So patients get the care they deserve.
2. So our nurses do not have to work short.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.