Benedictine

Nursing Assistant Trainee

Job Locations USA-MN-St. Paul (Marian)
Posted Date 1 day ago(9/17/2021 11:41 AM)
Campus Name
Cerenity Senior Care-Marian of St. Paul
Category
Nursing Assistants (CNA, RA, CA, NAR)
Position Type
Full-Time
Shift
Various
Specific Shift Times
Various
Scheduled Days of the Week
Various
Weekend Work Requirement
Varies

Overview

EARN WHILE YOU LEARN – Benedictine sponsored CNA-NAR training classes will set you on a path to a long lasting career. 

                    

As an associate of Benedictine, you will be given the tools and skills necessary to be successful as a Certified Nursing Assistant.  There is no cost for the training and you will get paid and earn a certification while you train.

Responsibilities

  • The Nursing Assistant Trainee must attend all scheduled classes and successfully pass the state required certification test.
  • The Nursing Assistant Trainee will collect initial and ongoing data on all residents and report the condition and changes to the RN or LPN.
  • The Nursing Assistant Trainee will communicate and interact with residents, families, and other health team members.

Qualifications

  • Must currently be enrolled in and attending a CNA-NAR training program or be hired into a Benedictine NA training program
  • Must be eligible to be on the State Nursing Assistant registry or appropriate entity pending successful completion of training
  • Must be able to read, write and communicate in English

Benedictine and our Ministry partners are a non-profit senior care organization founded by the sisters of St. Scholastica that operates on four core values: Hospitality, Stewardship, Respect, and Justice. We pride ourselves on having an extraordinary team of associates, with outstanding hearts. Our focus is to provide a comforting and empowering culture for our residents and our team members, to help you grow and succeed. With opportunities available throughout the upper Midwest, we need big hearts like yours!

 

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