Come Join the Covenant Care Family and Earn Your CNA License!
The Earn Your CNA License While You Learn Program.
At Palo AltoSub-Acute and Rehab we are interested in receiving applications for candidates interested in earning their CNA License.
The Earn While You Learn Program provides candidates with an opportunity to build a career in the healthcare industry.
At Covenant Care, we have created a company that exceeds customer expectations through quality long-term care. We measure success one patient at a time. Our highly trained, dedicated professionals deliver care that allows our patients to achieve their highest level of independence. Our employees approach each day with our philosophy that “We Are Family Serving Families”. This simple statement embodies our culture and surrounds all that we do from daily interactions with our patients to how we treat our patients, families and co-workers.
- The Earn While You Learn Program is a 5 Week Training Course at one of the Covenant Care facilities in California.
- At the end of the 5 Week Training Course, each candidate will take the CNA Licensure Exam.
- After passing the CNA Licensure Exam, each candidate will be offered a Full-Time position at one of our facilities.
Covenant Care will pay for the 5 Week Training Course and CNA License Exam.
During the course of the Program, each candidate will be paid.
POSITION SUMMARY: The primary purpose of this position is to provide basic Resident care and medications to each of your assigned residents.
KEY JOB FUNCTION:
Identifies residents before administering treatments, serving meals, etc., as necessary.
- Reports all changes in the resident's condition to the Nurse Supervisor/Charge Nurse.
- Records all entries on flow sheets, notes, charts, etc., in an informative, descriptive manner.
- Measures and records temperatures, pulses, and respirations (TPRs) of residents, as instructed.
- Answers resident call promptly and checks residents routinely to ensure that their personal care needs are being met.
- Must possess, at a minimum a High School diploma or equivalent.
- Must be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.
- Must be knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures, as well as law, regulations, and guidelines that pertain to long-term care.
- Must be able to relate information concerning a resident's condition.