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Certified Nursing Assistant

Company: St Ann's Home
Location: Oklahoma City
Posted on: March 18, 2023

Job Description:

We interview on the spot Monday-Friday from 10:00am-4:00pm.

No need to call; just come by and get hired TODAY!

Now hiring for following shifts:

7am - 3pm
3pm-11pm with $0.75/hr shift differential
11pm-7am with $1.50/hr shift differential
Double Weekends with $2.00/hr shift differential

Refer a friend program:

If you refer someone you will get 0.25 cents added to your hourly pay.

Are you a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) looking for an employer that will recognize, appreciate and reward your trustworthiness, hard work and dedication? We are a skilled nursing and therapy facility that recognizes commitment, talent and reliability. The CNA's primary responsibility is to assist their patients with daily living activities. The ideal candidate makes the care of their residents their top priority.

Responsibilities and Purpose

Assist with daily living activities. Delivering meals to patients, providing plenty of fresh water, as well as extra nourishment between meals.
Help patients with personal hygiene. Provide patients with bedpans, help with baths, shampoos and showers. Dressing, turning and helping patients be mobile.
Provide additional care for the patient, including ice packs, non-sterile dressings and therapeutic baths.
Check vital signs and record daily information in the residents' chart.

Desired Experience and Education

Valid Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification.
Experience in a Skilled Nursing Facility or Long Term Care environment preferred.

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Keywords: St Ann's Home, Oklahoma City , Certified Nursing Assistant, Healthcare , Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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