Are you a Certified Nursing Assistant who would like to work in the Hospital setting? Lee Health is seeking both experienced and new graduate CNA's. Terms and conditions as follows:
If you have at least 1 year of recent CNA experience in a hospital or long term care/skilled nursing facility you could be eligible for a $1,000 Sign-on Bonus!New grads are eligible for a $500 Sign-on Bonus!
This applies to Full-Time Day shift positions at the following locations: Cape Coral Hospital, Lee Memorial Hospital, Gulf Coast Medical Center, Healthpark Medical Center and Golisano Children's Hospital
A one year work commitment is required. Limited Time Offer: You must be offered and accept a CNA position by September 3, 2019
We offer competitive pay, shift differentials for both evening and night shifts as well as an excellent benefits package!
At Lee Health we recognize employees for a job well done, and treat everyone with dignity and respect. We provide opportunities for growth and career development, and not only enable but empower employees to do their best!
CNA's provide patient care duties under the guidance and direction of the nurse. Responsible for implementing components of the plan of care through the initiation/completion of procedures relating to basic human, mental health, social needs, comfort, safety and emergency measures; activities of daily living; personal care needs; nutrition and fluid and elimination needs. May have access to and transport non-controlled medications as directed.
REQUIRED FOR INTERVIEW:
A current active FL CNA certification which is in good standing.
Proof of a current American Heart Association Basic Life Support certification which does not expire within the next 90 days.
If you have recently moved from another state and have an active CNA certification, you must apply to the State of Florida Board of Nursing for FL certification. During this time while you are awaiting receipt of the Florida certification, you may be allowed to work for 120 days under reciprocity. Please refer to FL Board of Nursing Website: http://floridasnursing.gov/ for information on certification requirements.
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent preferred; completion of a State Approved, CNA Education Program required (with at least 120 hours of academic studies and clinical training; 165 hours preferred in Acute Care). Experience:
Previous CNA work experience preferred; or new graduate CNA with clinical training. Training: Proof of American Heart Association Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) certification is required; current for a minimum of 90 days after hire date. License: Current Florida CNA Certification; or a CNA certification active in another state which is transferrable to obtain Florida certification under reciprocity. Other: Communication and interpersonal skills, basic computer skills, and customer service skills required; knowledge of medical terminology.