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  • Certified Nursing Assistant ***Sign-On Bonus***

    Posted Date 5 months ago(7/1/2019 3:44 PM)
    Job ID
    LaurelWood Care Center
    Regular Full Time/Part Time/Casual
    Education Level
    Experience Needed
    Less than 1 year
    Salary Info
    Based on Experience - Hourly Rate
  • Overview



    $2,000 Sign-On Bonus for F/T and $1,000 Sign-On Bonus for P/T


    2nd Shift Full Time and Part Time Openings! - 3rd Shift Full Time & Weekend Warrior CNAs Needed 6a-6p & 6p-6a!


    LaurelWood Care Center is a 120-bed Skilled Nursing Center which includes a 20-bed Specialty Care Program offering Cardiac, Orthopedic, and Wound Care Program. LaurelWood sits in a wooded, hilltop community in southern Cambria County. Beautifully landscaped, the grounds include a patio, walking paths, gardens, and shaded lawns that let you enjoy watching deer and other wildlife. Conveniently located off Route 271 (Menoher Blvd.), the Center is quickly accessible from virtually anywhere in Johnstown, so that friends and family can easily visit.


    The center is currently seeking CNA's to provide personal and restorative nursing care and assists, as directed by onsite nurses. The aide will be responsible for providing high quality care for the center’s  geriatric residents and residents of varying ages, and must display patience, compassion and, above all, a deep commitment to maximizing clients’ well-being.



    Responsibilities include:

    • Assisting in daily living activities for residents/patients, in accordance with established procedures and nurse directives
    • Providing general care to residents of all ages, including bathing, dressing, hair care, shaves, nail trimming, dental hygiene, skin care and general personal services
    • Assisting residents in keeping their personal spaces/rooms clean and organized
    • Positioning, lifting and turning residents, as needed, to ensure maximum comfort and support
    • Ambulating and toileting residents, as needed
    • Aiding in additional procedures as requested, such as admitting, transferring, discharging, taking TPR/blood pressure, measuring/recording intake and output, collecting urine/stool specimens and administering enemas
    • Assisting with daily movement and exercise routines, as instructed by physicians and/or therapists
    • Assisting with the care of dying and deceased residents, and providing support to families and other residents
    • Making ongoing rounds to assigned residents, and responding promptly
    • Transporting residents to the dining hall, serving food trays and feeding, as needed
    • Observing residents for social, emotional and physical changes, and reporting findings to nursing staff



    This is an entry level position with significant growth potential. All applicants must possess current nurse aide certification or the completion of an N.A. training program, and have some prior resident care or related experience. A high school diploma or GED equivalent is also required, as are strong interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to follow written and verbal instructions, and the physical capacity to walk, stand and lift throughout the day.







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