CNA - Full Time Days

Shift: Day

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Hours: Full Time
Job Type: CNA
Location: All of Mandan ND
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CNA requirements:
Certified Nurse Assistant Certificate
Must have strong communication and organizational skills.
Desire to collaborate and work as an active and positive team member.

‚ÄčCNA Shifts Hours:
Full Time status
Day shifts (6:00am-2:30PM)
Includes every other weekend and every other Holiday.
Benefit eligible including:
· Health w/HSA
· Vision
· Dental
· Life
Pay starting at 19.50/hr

Once qualified for benefits include:
· 6% match 401(k)
· PTO starting at 12hours per month.

Dakota Alpha, a 20-bed skilled nursing facility located in Mandan that specializes and serves individuals with a traumatic brain injury, resulting in both physical and cognitive disabilities. Dakota Alpha is the only skilled nursing facility in North Dakota specializing in providing rehabilitation services for individuals with a brain injury.

At Dakota Alpha we believe in a person-centered approach, simply stated that: "every human being has something of value to contribute and deserves to be treated with dignity and respect, regardless of age or cognitive ability." We create a positive environment with control and choice in which the resident develops goals that help the resident gain confidence to master his/her own life. We expect that the resident will experience pitfalls, surprises, and successes during the course of daily life.

Dakota Alpha is seeking a dependable, dedicated, passionate nurse to help our residents reach independence through providing dignity and respect.

CNA responsibilities:
Directly reports to the nurse on duty and is supervised by the DON. 
The CNA is responsible for ensuring quality resident care and for following each resident's care plan.
Duties include, but are not limited to, the tasks of dressing, grooming, bathing, toileting, transferring and other tasks of daily living as needed by physically disabled or head injured residents. 
The CNA reports problems, concerns, and information regarding resident care to the nurse on duty, the Charge Nurse, or the DON in an appropriate and timely manner.
The CNA must be consistent in modeling appropriate independent living behavior. 
He/she must be able to assess each resident's capabilities and assist them to perform their program in the most independent manner. 
Consistent attendance is necessary as are honesty and integrity in caring for resident, their belongings and equipment of the facility.