Part Time Day Shift CNA Kingston at Dupont
Kingston Healthcare - Fort Wayne, IN

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JOB DESCRIPTION AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

Revised:
6/15/2008

Employee:
Position Title:
Certified or State Tested Nurse Aide

Status:
Non-Exempt

Reports to:
Clincial Director or Charge Nurse

Purpose of this position:
Provides direct care and assistance in activities of daily living to residents under the supervision of a licensed nurse in accordance with facility policies and procedures. The CNA/STNA assists residents with dressing, bathing, toileting, oral care, transferring and transporting, eating and nutrition. CNA's/STNA's provide residents with comfort, assurance and emotional support and are the primary contacts with resident family members and visitors.

Qualifications:
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High School diploma or G.E.D.

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Possess current certification as a Nurse Aide issued by facility's state. This requirement may be waived for trainees who complete their certification training under Kingston's supervision. However, trainees must complete the training successfully within the timeframes established by the state to retain employment.

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No past experience required, but experience in Long-Term Care and/or in Senior programming is desired.

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Must be able to speak, read and understand English, follow written and verbal directions and be able to write legibly. Must have computer skills sufficient to enter and retrieve information from a computerized resident charting program and to take courses on a web-based employee training program.

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Have a positive attitude toward the elderly.

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Must be able to lift and move 50 pounds frequently, and occasionally bear weight of 100 pounds or more. Requires constant physical activities including standing, walking, lifting, bending, stooping, pulling, stretching, turning, grasping and reaching. Visual acuity to determine the accuracy, thoroughness and quality of work assigned. Aural acuity to receive detailed information through oral communication, often from persons with speech impairment. Must be able to express or exchange ideas by means of spoken word, often with residents with hearing impairments.

Delegation of authority: Authority is delegated to the individual in this position to:

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Provide assistance in activities of daily living as described in the facilities care policies and procedures.

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Report changes in resident condition, resident, family and guest concerns to licensed nurse.

Type of Evaluation:

End of introductory period


Annual


Special (Explain)

The primary functions and responsibilities of this position are as follows:
(You will be evaluated on your ability to perform these functions competently with minimal supervision and/or reminders.)
Additional duties may be added as necessary to meet the needs of the facility.

Task Rating Codes: 1 = Needs improvement, 2 = Meeting expectations, 3 = Exceeds expectations, (Circle One)

If the rating is completed on a computer, enter a 1, 2, or 3 in the fourth (grey) rating column.

Essential Task
Task Rating
Supervisor's Comments

Employee and Resident Safety

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Follow all safety rules, policies and procedures, including building security procedures.
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Know and follow facility emergency/disaster response and evacuation procedures.
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Attend monthly safety talks, use assigned safety equipment and PPE and encourage coworkers to work safely.
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Report observed accidents, injuries or near misses and ensure potentially unsafe conditions are corrected, either by yourself or by a qualified person.
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Kingston Mission and Approach

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Treat residents, guests and coworkers with genuine care and courtesy.
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Resolve differences in a manner that strengthens the team.
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Accept responsibility for own behavior and not shift blame to others.
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Be flexible and open to working in a changing environment.
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Recognize the contributions of co-workers.
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Customer Service

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Perform duties in pleasant, friendly manner.
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Greet residents and guests by name.
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Respond positively to requests for assistance in a timely manner.
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Notify supervisor and upper management of resident or family member concerns, complaints or requests for information.
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Provide factual information in diplomatic way.
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Personal and Professional Accountability

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Follow work rules and policies and procedures outlined in Employee Handbook.
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Complete assigned Silverchair in-service training timely and attend required in-service training as scheduled.
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Complete assigned tasks timely, completely and accurately.
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Report to work on time and as scheduled.
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Ensure confidentiality, which includes maintaining a workplace free of gossip and rumors.
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Follow Resident Rights policies at all times.
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Come to work in a clean, neat uniform and present a pleasant, professional and cooperative demeanor to co-workers, residents and guests.
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Essential Functions and Tasks

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Review resident care plans and perform care consistent with guidelines and directives as contained in the Care Plan.
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Conduct resident rounds as assigned to ensure residents are neat, clean, safe and comfortable.
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Identify resident problems and report them immediately to a charge nurse or licensed nurse on duty.
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Turn, reposition, and transfer residents with impaired mobility, alone or with assistance of others.
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Initiate corrective actions as necessary and/or seek guidance from a licensed nurse.
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Document all care provided in resident record/ CNA notes in a timely manner following facility procedures.
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Report changes in resident condition to licensed nurse, including but not limited to changes in food or liquid intake, toileting, vital signs or behavior.
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Make sure residents have easy access to call lights and that call lights are functioning properly.
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Repond to resident call lights and assist coworkers to ensure resident requests for assistance are answered promptly and thoroughly.

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Assist residents with meals, including transportation to meals and/or feeding residents unable to feed themselves. Monitor resident intake of food and liquids and encourage residents to eat when appropriate.
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Provide assistance with toileting routines and pericare as indicated in resident plan, ensures residents are clean and dry, collect specimens as needed.
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Observe infection control procedures.
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Perform simple housekeeping tasks to ensure that resident rooms and common areas are free of trip risks or other safety hazards.
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Participate in the development of an individualized plan of care for assigned residents.
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Assist new employees in acclimating to facility policies, procedures and routines.
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Demonstrates genuine care for residents through compassion, kindness and gentleness.
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Assist Nurses and Admissions staff in following facility procedures for admission, transfer and discharge.
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Consistently work cooperatively with residents, charge nurses, other CNA's, other departments and outside caregivers, families and vendors.
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Accept assigned duties in a cooperative manner.
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I have read and understand the functions and requirements of this position. I understand that this is not to be considered as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities or requirements and does not limit the assignment of additional duties for this position.

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