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CNA or Certified Nursing Assistant- Traveler
Position: CNA or Certified Nursing Assistant
Specialty: Certified Nursing Assistant
Lic/Certs: BLS, State License
13 week CNA or Certified Nursing Assistant travel assignment
Client in Skohegan, ME is looking for a CNA or Certified Nursing Assistant to help them out for 13 weeks. This is a Flexible shift position.
At Fusion Medical, we truly believe that as people taking care of people, together we can do anything. Benefits Include:
Paid Time Off (PTO) after 3 travel assignments
Highly competitive pay
Best in the industry Medical, Dental, and Vision
Short term disability
Aggressive Refer-a-friend Bonus Program
Your recruiter is available 24-7
Reimbursement for licensure and CEU s
One to three years experience as a CNA preferred
Other certifications or licenses may be required for this position
Critical thinking, service excellence and good interpersonal communication skills, ability to read/comprehend written instructions, ability to follow verbal instructions, PC skills
Physical Abilities: Remain in a stationary position, move about, move equipment (50-100lbs), Pushing, Pulling, Bending.
The following is a summary of the major job duties of this job. Other duties may be performed, both major and minor, which are not mentioned below. Specific activities may change from time to time.
Cares for patients by supporting activities of daily living and assisting with personal hygiene.
Monitors patient stability by checking vital signs and weight, as well as recording intake and output.
Documents actions by completing forms, reports, logs, and records.
Communicates appropriately to supervising LPN/RN regarding changes in patient condition, vital signs, or status.
Follows hospital safety rules and procedures.
Performs other duties as assigned
Required Essential Skills:
Interpersonal Skills to work effectively with a variety of personnel (professional and ancillary) to present a positive attitude and a professional appearance.
Technical/Motor Skills Ability to grasp, fine manipulation, pushing/pulling and able to move about when assisting with procedures and/or using department equipment.
Mental Requirements Must be able to cope with frequent contact with the general public, customers, and meeting deadlines under pressure. Must be able to work under close supervision occasionally as well as working without assistance from other personnel. Must be able to contend with irregular activity schedules occasionally and continuous concentration to detail.
Sensory Visual acuity, ability to effectively communicate