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CNA - Tsali Care Center (Starting Pay $14.36 - Retention Bonus Eligible)
Job Code:2020-09-058
Department:Tsali Care
FT/PT Status:Regular Full Time
Salary Minimum12.22
Salary Midpoint14.36
Position Closes:
Open Until Filled

***Currently Offering Retention Bonus
- 3 Months $500.00
- 6 Months $500.00
- 1 Year $1000.00

Job Responsibilities & Qualifications:
Primary Function:

Provides personal care and performs routine tasks for facility residents of the Tsali Care Center as assigned by supervisor, and all related duties of Certified Nursing Assistants as certified by the State of North Carolina.

Education /Experience:

A high school diploma or GED is required. Must already be a Certified Nursing Assistant or have previous medical experience with the willingness to obtain CNA certification within 4 months after being hired to qualify for this position. Three to six months would be necessary to become proficient in most phases of this position. Experience providing care to ill or elderly would be helpful. Must possess sufficient and legible written and verbal skills in order to communicate with residents and health care providers.

Job Knowledge:

Must have thorough knowledge of the policies, procedures, and guidelines of the EBCI Health Delivery, standard CNA practices, applicable OSHA mandates, and related regulatory controls. Requires the ability to perform various CNA skills using assigned clinical equipment. Must have basic clerical skills, including the ability to maintain records, files, and logs. Must be able to collate data and prepare reports as required. Must maintain specified certifications and a North Carolina driver's license. Must have good communication skills, both written and verbal. Must have an understanding of the EBCI culture, life styles, and risk factors.