La Crosse County, Wisconsin
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CNA - (FT, PT, Irregular Part Time)
at La Crosse County, Wisconsin
Hillview Health Care Center has a variety of Certified Nursing Assistant job openings. Please consider joining our team!
Hours of Work/Position Available: We have current openings on all shifts with a variety of hours. Feel free to contact our Hillview HR Department at 608-519-9367 to find out what is available.
Positions could range from:
Full-time (80 hours/ 2 weeks) - Starting wage depends on qualifications and experience: $14.55 - $15.53. Positions works a variety of days during the week, every other weekend and rotating holidays. PM shift earns $1.50/hr differential for hours worked between 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM. NOC shift earns $2.00/hr differential for hours worked between 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM. Also earns a weekend differential of $1.00/hour. This position qualifies for our generous benefits package, which includes health and dental insurances with excellent coverage and low and no-cost usage options.
Irregular Part-time (0-39/ 2 weeks) - Starting wage depends on qualifications and experience: $14.55 - $15.53. Position works every other weekend and rotating holidays (Time and one half pay for July 4th, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day). Flexible scheduling for college students as we offer 4 hour shifts during the week. We offer great shift differentials: $1.50/hr differential for hours worked between 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM; $2.00/hr differential for hours worked between 10:00 PM to 5:00 AM.
To Be a Successful Applicant: 1-Provide a ten-year work history, explaining any gaps in employment and including internships and volunteer work. (Go beyond 10 years if the work was significantly related to the job for which you are applying.) 2-Include reasons for leaving each job. 3-Fill out ALL fields on the application, including address and phone numbers of previous employers, as well as name of supervisor and reason for leaving - a resume is not a substitute for a complete application.
- Essential Job Functions
See job description on our website for full list of duties and qualifications. Performs direct resident care including the provision of personal care, assistance with activities of daily living and the documentation and reporting of those activities. Assists with or provides, bath, toileting, dressing, hair care, oral hygiene, nail and skin care or any other activities of daily living to residents. Provides range of motion exercises, turns and positions residents in bed, assists residents in walking for therapeutic purposes, lifts and transfers residents using proper body mechanics, gait belt or mechanical lift to effectively and safely transfer residents where lifting, pushing, and pulling activities are involved. Adheres to and follows individual resident care plans. Distributes and collects food trays on the nursing unit and assists residents unable to feed themselves. After meals, assures that floors, tables, etc. are cleaned of food and liquids and that an accurate percent of food consumed is recorded. Ensures proper positioning of residents, utilizing specialized chairs and equipment to promote proper alignment, pressure reduction and safety. Checks alarms/devices for proper operation and function at beginning and end of shift with each interaction such as toileting, ambulation, etc., as well as on rounds. Performs simple nursing duties such as weights, temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, enemas/suppositories; reports changes in patient's condition to supervisor. Transfers and/or ambulates residents according to their care plan. Sorts residents' personal laundry, places it in respective rooms and assists in keeping residents' rooms orderly.
- Training, Experience and Other Requirements
- High school graduation or GED, unless enrolled in School-to-Work Program
- Must be a Certified Nursing Assistant and on the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Registry.
- Must be 18 years of age.
- Work history showing dependability and punctuality.
- Successful background check as required by the Wisconsin Caregiver Law.