Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) - Full Time Night at Tel Hai Retirement Community

Company Name
Tel Hai Retirement Community
Job Title
Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) - Full Time Night
Company Location
Honey Brook, PA 19344
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Required Education
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Required Experience
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Job Description

***Stop by for Pop In Interviews & Tours Thursday March 15 8am-5pm or Monday March 19 10am-6:30pm. Or feel free to contact us to schedule another time.  You may also just complete the online application and we will get in touch with you!****

Both new and experienced CNA's welcome to apply!

We compensate for Experience!

Tel Hai Retirement Community, a faith based, not-for-profit life plan community celebrating over 60 years of providing high quality care and services to seniors is currently accepting applications for Certified Nursing Assistant opportunities in our Meadows Health Care Center.  If you have your PA NA Registration (CNA) and want to be part of our caring and dedicated team, we encourage you to apply!   Positions available 10:30pm -7am.  Tel Hai offers competitive wages (based on experience) and shift & weekend differentials along with awesome perks for all employees such as free use of our fitness centers, swimming pools and wellness programs; discounted movie & amusement park tickets; on site child care; discounted meals, etc. Excellent benefits also available for those working only 64 hours/2 weeks or more including medical, dental, life, short term disability, 401k w/company match, etc. Plus Paid Time Off & Scholarship/Tuition Reimbursement opportunities for those working 32 hours/2 weeks or more.  

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Job Summary

Directly responsible for the provision of nursing care and services that maintain comfort, safety, physical and emotional well-being and personal dignity. Duties are performed under the supervision of professional nursing staff, per established facility guidelines and procedures and as mandated by regulations.

CNA Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Performs services related to personal hygiene and care: bathing, oral care, hair care, skin care, toileting, etc.
  • Performs services related to feeding and reports information including intakes, outputs, and appetites as required.
  • Monitors and reports changes in resident condition and other information to Team Leader/Nurse Manager/Supervisor.
  • Takes and records vital signs: Temperatures, pulse, blood pressures, respiration.
  • Performs resident transfers per facility lift and care plan procedures.
  • Assists residents with positioning, mobility, ambulation and transfer utilizing appropriate equipment, aids and/or lifting procedures. Familiar with individual needs of assigned residents regarding transfer/mobility/transport criteria.
  • Performs Post Mortem Care.
  • Performs daily charting and update of care plan as needed including updates regarding residents’abilities and routines.
  • Communicates effectively with residents, staff and visitors.
  • Performs bed making and basic cleaning/housekeeping functions related to resident care in assigned area, organizing residents’ personal belongings, cleaning of furniture, i.e. wheelchairs,recliners, equipment and area.
  • Performs laundering of residents personal items (hosiery).
  • Responds to call bells, chair checks, bed checks, and Roam Alerts promptly.

Job Requirements

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Working Conditions: 

Frequent standing, walking and twisting; occasional sitting, squatting,kneeling and infrequent crawling. Capable of lifting minimum of 50 pounds and/or capable of transferring persons with weight of 120 pounds or less; and/or capable, with the assistance of another person(s),transferring residents who weigh more than 120 pounds. Indoor, well-lighted and climate controlled environment. Occasional outings may expose to outdoor climate elements. Minimal exposure to noise.  May be routinely required to utilize personal protective equipment while using chemical cleaning agents or practicing standard precautions. Frequent exposure to odors. Seldom exposed to fumes. Needs to develop awareness and appropriate responses to occasional exposure to physical assault when dealing with hostile or combative residents.