Nurse Aide Assistant

Location US-NY-Rhinebeck
Posted Date 1 week ago(10/15/2021 5:28 PM)
Job ID
2021-14885
# Positions
40
Facility
ArchCare at Ferncliff NH
Category
Nursing
Work Days Per Week
5
Shift
D
Shift Start Time
7:00AM & 3:00PM
Shift End Time
3:15PM & 11:15PM
Type
Full-Time
# Hours
37.5

Overview

Opened in 1973, ArchCare at Ferncliff Nursing Home is located on 36 beautiful acres of the former Astor family estate just outside the historic village of Rhinebeck. Our goal is to provide the best possible experience through holistic care that addresses not only the residents' physical needs, but their social, psychological, emotional and spiritual needs as well.

 

This temporary assignment will serve as a bridge to the CNA Training Program and assist with resident care by providing unit support with the non-direct care activities listed below. This assignment will allow the potential CNA trainee to get a glimpse of the CNA experience from a non-direct care perspective; through observation and direct participation.

 

By the end of this temporary assignment, both the prospective trainee and CNA Program Manager will be able to make an informed decision on whether to move forward into the next scheduled CNA Training class. 

Responsibilities

  • Make resident beds
  • Transport residents to activities and meals
  • Answer call bells
  • Answer unit phone
  • Check and stock supplies
  • Collect plates and cups after dining
  • Put away laundry/Labeling clothes for laundry
  • Check resident rooms for amenities
  • Alert nursing staff of resident needs as necessary
  • Perform Enhanced Observation of a resident/patient as assigned, to ensure safety, comfort and companionship.
  • Documents resident/patient behaviors, activities hourly in Behavior Book when assigned as to Enhanced Observation.
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Grounds monitor of the residents

Qualifications

Formal Education: High School Diploma or equivalent

 
Education Requirements: High School graduate preferred

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