Panorama's C&R is looking for the very best Certified Nursing Assistants for evening and night shifts!
Come join Panorama's 5 STAR Skilled Nursing Facility!
Panorama Convalescent & Rehabilitation Center is part of the Panorama Continuing Care Retirement Community. Our community includes 140 landscaped acres with a wide variety of home styles from single family homes, duplexes, court homes and apartments; our neighborhoods are as diverse as our residents.
Step into our beautiful lobby and you will realize that Panorama Convalescent & Rehabilitation Center (C&R) is not your typical nursing home. We are a private nonprofit facility with a unique culture based upon a hospitality concept. The majority of our residents are Panorama residents who have moved through the continuum of care; many have volunteered in our building and are well known to our staff.
Panorama's C&R is rated a 5 STAR facility CMS (Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services) and is a source of pride to our staff, volunteers, and residents. Our residents & staff enjoy the beautiful spacious building and many amenities offered by Panorama.
Benefits offered by Panorama: * Medical/Vision* Dental* Life Insurance* Flexible Spending Accounts* Retirement and 403(b)* Paid Time Off/Holidays* Tuition Reimbursement* Quarterly Wellness Bonuses* Holiday Bonuses* Uniforms* License Reimbursements* Soup, coffee, bottle water provided each day* Employee Assistance Programs
RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist with basic nursing care under the supervision of the licensed nurse.
Basic technical skills:
The nurse assistant demonstrates basic technical skills which facilitate an optimal level of functioning for the resident, recognizing individual, cultural, and religious diversity
Personal care skills: The nurse assistant demonstrates basic personal care skills
Mental health and social service needs: The nurse assistant demonstrates the ability to identify the psychological characteristics of all residents including persons with mental retardation, mental illness, dementia, Alzheimers disease, and related disorders.
Basic restorative services: The nurse assistant incorporates principles and skills of restorative nursing in providing nursing care.
Residents rights and promotion of residents independence: The nurse assistant demonstrates behavior which maintains and respects residents rights and promotes residents independence, regardless of race, religion, lifestyle, sexual preference, disease process, or ability to pay.
Communication and interpersonal skills: The nurse assistant uses communication skills effectively in order to function as a member of the nursing team.
Infection control: The nurse assistant uses procedures and techniques to prevent the spread of microorganisms.
Safety/emergency procedures: The nurse assistant demonstrates the ability to identify and implement safety/emergency procedures