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Certified Nursing Assistant /Part Time Intermittent - Tsali Care Center (Starting Pay $18.00/Hr. - Retention Bonus Eligible)
Job Code:2020-04-081
Department:Tsali Care
FT/PT Status:Part Time Intermittent
Salary Minimum12.22
Salary Midpoint14.36
Position Closes:
Open Until Filled 

Job Responsibilities & Qualifications:

Under supervision the incumbent is responsible for a variety of nursing assistant duties 
established by the Nurse Supervisor. Under supervision he/she is responsible for 
following the outlined plan of care.  The Nursing Assistant assists in performing routine 
tasks and providing personal care for facility residents of the Tsali Care Center.   

Must have thorough knowledge of the policies, procedures, and guidelines of the CIHA, 
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 have good 
communication skills, both written and verbal. Must have an understanding of the EBCI 
culture, life styles, and risk factors. 
Knowledge and skill to perform basic clinical nursing care to assist residents in their 
daily living activities. 
A practical knowledge of performing prescribed treatment plans such as dressing changes 
or soaks. 
Knowledge of proper handling and collection of specimens, performing vital signs and 
recognizing abnormal values. 
Basic knowledge of diseases and illnesses and the ability to recognize and report changes 
in the patient's condition to the registered nurse.   
A practical knowledge of the CIHA organization and Tsali Care Center services, the 
basic rules and regulations governing visitors and resident treatment, COBRA, and 
practical knowledge of standard procedures, medical records, and medical terminology. 
A basic knowledge of diseases, medical and surgical procedures, as well as standard 
abbreviations used by the medical staff. A thorough knowledge of recording and documenting medical information. 
Knowledge and skills in operating specialized medical equipment, such as suction 
pumps, oxygen equipment, etc. 
Applicant must have a valid North Carolina driver’s license. 
High school graduate or GED, 
Successfully completed an accredited program in Nursing Assistant,  

Certified as a Nursing Assistant (CNA),   
Current Basic Life Support (BLS) is required of the position. Can be acquired through the facility following appointment to position. 
Preference given to applicants who have specialized training in CNA. 
No experience required of position, will provide training.   
Proficiency rated at 3-6 months. 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.