Ross Manor Bangor , ME 04401
Posted 7 days ago
As a CNA, you will be able to help people who are sick or injured. You will work with the nurses and other healthcare professionals and have many responsibilities that will make you an integral part of the patient care process. While being a CNA is often considered an entry-level position, it is a great stepping stone to other healthcare professions.
You can work for us during your CNA training and / or after you have received your CNA certificate.
How do you know you will be a great C.N.A.?
Connect with your Residents: Enjoy working with people
Love Being Busy: Function in a fast paced environment
Caring: Willing to learn the knowledge and skills necessary to provide basic nursing care under the direction of a licensed nurse
Part of the Team: Capable of becoming part of a clinical team that provides compassionate and individualized hands-on care to residents
Hard and Rewarding Work: Have the physical and mental health necessary to perform CNA duties- lifting, walking, bending, pushing, pulling and the ability to be patient and courteous.
Support your Residents: Possess the verbal and written communication skills to safely follow directions, explain the care you will give, follow written care plans, and document the care given
First Job or New Career: Working in a nurturing, caring, supportive environment, getting to know your residents and their families, having opportunities to do/learn more, flexing your schedule Any or all of these are important to you and your career.
Get PAID for this exciting CNA opportunity. It's offered for no charge to future employees of First Atlantic HealthCare facilities.
You Will Have a Job with Us
You will be paid while you're taking the course
A C.N.A. position is available for you at one of our facilities near you:
Earn money on your days off:
Working in the Nursing Department as a Unit Assistant or in the Dietary Services or Housekeeping Departments
Being in the environment you will work in as a C.N.A. helps you with the course as you can see first-hand what you are learning in class
We want to support your need to balance work and life, so we have flexible shifts available, support for your education, Pay On Demand (daily access to your paycheck) - we would love to hear what interests you!
Sign-On Bonuses available - paid biweekly
Tuition reimbursement and education support to grow your career with us!
Full time employees have access to full benefits; medical, dental, vision, life, and disability
Paid Time Off available to all employees
Pay on Demand- Daily access to your paycheck!
401(k) Retirement savings program with employer contribution!
Great Place to Start or Start Over
Skills and Experience Required:
Experience: None required
Computer Skills: Must be able interact our computer-based Electronic Medical Record.
Prerequisites: Be at least 18 years of age.
Must take the CASAS Reading Comprehension Assessment-Level D which is part of the application process.
Attendance: Must commit to meeting the 130-hour State of Maine attendance requirements for CNA certification: 90 hours of classroom/lab training and 40 hours of clinical training.
Course entrance is contingent upon receiving excellent references, passing the Maine State Background Check and completing an application packet.
Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand the English language at the 9th Grade Level.
State of Maine requires Covid-19 Vaccination.