Cna Job in Loxahatchee, Florida : FL 33412
Looking for Cna Jobs? See currently available Cna job openings on cna.jobs.net . Browse the current listings and fill out job applications.
cna.jobs.net is the starting point for a job search in any cna job . We provide job resources for Cna positions throughout the industry. cna.jobs.net also provides Cna jobs listings from around the United States. Job seekers can search and apply for jobs in Cna by either city or state.
cna.jobs.net is a cna job search resource for job seekers. Here you can easily find all Cna jobs, post a resume, and research your career.
Get started on your cna job search on cna.jobs.net today.
Cna/Unit Secretary- Post Partum-Per Diem Day
Cna/Unit Secretary- Post Partum-Per Diem Day Job DescriptionPalms West Loxahatchee, FL
CNA/Unit Secretary, Post Partum, PRN 6:45A-7:15P
This is a dual role position, in that the person in this role will be a C.N.A. and a unit secretary.
Acts as the primary secretarial resource for the charge nurse, and nursing staff of the Obstetrics department. Assist in ordering supplies and other assigned duties as delegated by the Director or charge nurse. Directs communication within the nursing unit. Assist in entering patient information in the Meditech. Makes entries into the Unit log book and maintains the log keeping it up to date. In the role as a C.N.A this person will assist the RN in the unit with patient care. The position requires knowledge of both department and hospital policies and procedures relevant to the delivery of nursing care. The primary method to express or exchange ideas is through the spoken word. Written, telephone and manual dexterity skills are required for the position.
Loxahatchee Cna Job
Cna/Unit Secretary- Post Partum-Per Diem Day Job RequirementsPOSITION REQUIREMENTS
1. High School Graduate or equivalent.
2. Graduate of a Certified Nurse Assistant Training program.
2. Graduate of an accredited unit secretary training program preferred.
1. Secretarial experience in a hospital setting preferred.
2. Minimum 1 year C.N.A. experience required.
3. Current State of Florida Nurse Assistant Certification
4. Current American Heart Association BLS certification.
Advancement into other job areas of the hospital that do not require technical or advanced educational training, or advancement to other areas after obtaining the required education
AMERICAN DISABILITIES ACT
This position requires knowledge of Medical Terminology and familiarity with medical technology as it relates to nursing. The ability to retrieve data from the hospital's information system is required along with the ability to communicate information in a written and auditory fashion. The ability to interact with the public and medical staff is also required. Written, telephone and manual dexterity skills are required for this position.
The Nursing Assistant is responsible for patient care under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse or a Licensed Practical Nurse. The position requires knowledge of both department and hospital policies and procedures relevant to the delivery of nursing care. The primary method to express or exchange ideas is through the spoken word. Written, telephone and manual dexterity skills are required for the position.
The employee must possess physical capabilities at least in an amount equal to the physical demands made by the job:
1. Medium work: Lifting 50 lbs. maximum and with frequent lifting and/or carrying of objects weighing up to 25 lbs.
2. Lifting, carrying, pushing, and pulling of objects and instruments in the performance of this job.
3. Stooping, kneeling, crouching, and crawling in the performance of this job.
4. Reaching, handling, fingering, and feeling of objects and instruments in the performance of this job.
5. Talking and hearing in the performance of this job.
6. Obtaining impressions through the eyes of the shape, size, distance, motion, color or other characteristics of objects.
The Nursing Assistant spends approximately 100% of his/her time in an air-conditioned environment with varying exposures to excessive humidity or noise. The position does have heavy exposure to malodorous, infectious, body fluids from patients and some minimal exposure to noxious smells from cleansing agents.
General Education Development: