Event: CNA Job Hiring Fair
Hosted by: Advocate Aurora Health
Date: February 22, 2023 Time: 1:00pm-5:00pm
Additional Information: https://careers.aah.org/job/17658602/cna-job-fair-at-good-shepherd-2-22-2023-barrington-il/
Hiring Event February 22nd
Certified Nursing Assistant / CNA
Advocate Good Shepherd
450 Illinois 22, Barrington, IL 60010
Location: Rooms A, B, C
Time: 1pm to 5pm
Full & Part Time Available – all shifts (12 hour)
BRING MULTIPLE COPIES OF UPDATED RESUME
- High School diploma or equivalent.
- Certified Nursing Assistant & Current on IL Registry
- Participates in the Admission/Discharge Transfer process of all patients under the guidance of GIP Hospice Nurse or Clinical Supervisor
- 1)Sets up patient’s room.
- 2)Orients patient and family to room, including physical layout of the room, call lights, bed functions, TV use and telephone.
- 3)Obtains vital signs including height and weight.
- 4)During admission/transfer/discharge ensures that all patient belongings are accounted for and documented.
- 5)Understands Hospice philosophy and is comfortable providing specialized care to the terminally ill. Provides post-mortem care.
- Provides general patient care duties that are specific to the patient population served, under the direction of the GIP Hospice nurse or Clinical Supervisor.
- 1)Provides personal care to include bathing the patient, oral and denture care, shave, backrub and skin care.
- 2)Assists patient with appropriate activity order, including proper positioning, ambulation, ROM and special transferring needs.
- 3)Assists with toileting needs of patients including toileting cues, care on the incontinent patient, proper use of diapers, identification of patients with high risk for skin breakdown. Applies skin protection products as instructed.
- 4)Responds to call lights and patient requests or refers to appropriate person.
- 5)Provides care and maintenance of indwelling catheters or tubes.
- 6)Collects, prepares, and transports as directed by GIP Hospice Nurse or Clinical Supervisor.
- 7)Assists physicians with bedside procedures as deemed appropriate.
- 8)Performs oral suctioning using a yankauer suctioning instrument, as delegated by RN.
- 9)Demonstrates ability to cooperate and work well with other healthcare workers.
- 10)Performs tasks related to meeting the nutritional needs of patients.
- Contributes to the patient plan of care through the documentation and/or communication of patient needs, problems and outcomes to other health care providers.
- 5)Demonstrates commitment to supporting hospice team, hospital coworkers and organizational goals.
- 1)Prepares documentation reflecting patient's care. Adheres to documentation standards required by hospice, hospital and Accrediting Organization.
- 2)Listens and responds to internal/external customers in a respectful manner. Maintains patient confidentiality as required by HIPPA/Privacy acts.
- 3)Supports patient and family teaching by working with the health care team to ensure patient access to appropriate information and resources.
- 4)Acts as a patient/family advocate by providing comfort, assistance and information.
- Performs tasks related to the integrity of patient care standards and efficient unit operations.
- 1)Demonstrates ability to respond to emergency situations.
- 2)Provides a safe environment for patients such as correct use and documentation of restraints and restraint alternatives, proper use of equipment coming in direct contact with patients.
- 3)Maintains and develops technical skills by maintaining annual Inservice hours, hospice education hours and participates in CQI Process.
- 4)Assist with maintenance of equipment for the unit.
- 5)Works within the policies and procedures of infection control by demonstrating knowledge of sterile and aseptic procedures, proper disposal of contaminated materials and proper attire when in direct contact with patients on isolation precautions.
- 6)Assists with problem identification and helps determine solutions. Implements measures to assure patient and family satisfaction.
- 7)Demonstrates responsibility and accountability for conduct and attire while on duty.
- 8)When in the capacity of a patient sitter will provide continuous surveillance for patients who have been identified as a safety risk by the attending physician.
- 9)Cleans and maintains rooms, other patient/staff areas, and unit specific equipment.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities Required:
- Knowledge of basic computer keyboard functions is preferred. • Courteous and professional interpersonal skills. • Demonstrate responsible and ethical behaviors consistent with the Advocate values (Equality, Compassion, Excellence, Partnership, Stewardship).
- • Certified Nursing Assistant • CPR certification required.
Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:
- This position will need to recognize the needs and behaviors of a variety of age groups of patients treated, i.e., understanding child growth and development, normal patterns of adolescent behavior and look for signs of normal aging. Prior experience with various age groups preferred. • Ability to work various shifts any day of the week, including holidays to provide coverage. • Exposure to various contagious disease, radiation, chemicals, caustic materials, electrical equipment and hazards associated with their use. • Ability to lift 50lbs. or more may be required.
- If position has direct patient care or direct patient contact the following lifting requirement supersedes any previous lifting requirement effective 06/01/2015. Ability to lift up to 35 pounds without assistance. For patient lifts of over 35 pounds, or when patient is unable to assist with the lift, patient handling equipment is expected to be used, with at least one other associate, when available. Unique patient lifting/movement situations will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.