MaineGeneral Health Summer CNA's needed at Long Term Care - Glenridge in AUGUSTA, Maine
Summer CNA's needed at Long Term Care - Glenridge
40 Glenridge Drive
Augusta, Maine, 04330
Did you know that Glenridge is a Medicare.gov certified 5 star facility?! We are also the only facility in the Kennebec Region to be recognized with 5 stars in the staffing measure!
If you want to work at an organization where employees care for each other like family, and treat residents like their loved ones, then Glenridge has a place for you on our team. We genuinely care about the residents we are responsible for and the staff that work here. Working as a CNA at Glenridge, you can make a difference in the life of others on a daily basis.
Glenridge is looking for a high performing CNA that are committed to providing quality care to our geriatric population. Join our team of award winning, highly engaged RN’s, LPNs, CNA-M’s and CNA’s in our 120 bed skilled and long term care facility that specializes in the care of patients with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.
We offer flexible scheduling, utilizing an easy to use mobile app. We encourage employee education, professional growth, and leadership opportunities as a priority!
Competitive starting hourly rate! Additional compensation based upon experience, so please show all of your work experience on the application
Peer mentorship and adequate training to ensure you are confident in your ability to perform your job duties
Professional growth development opportunities and a clearly constructed career path
Provides patient care under the supervision of an RN in accordance with applicable scope and standards of practice and with the policies, values, and mission of the organization.
Performs basic patient care activities within the scope of practice. Assists patients with meeting their emotional, physical and spiritual needs.
Greets patients and visitors. Answers, screens, and routes telephone calls. Calls codes, pages, and overhead announcements as requested.
Reports abnormal findings or changes in physical, mental and emotional conditions to nursing staff.
Assists with keeping unit and patient rooms stocked, clean, and orderly.
The ideal candidate will have:
- Certified as a Nursing Assistant (CNA) and is an active and in good standing on the State of Maine CNA registry