Riverside Health System

  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

    Location Name Hampton Rehabilitation Center
    Department Nursing
    Job ID
    Multiple Shifts Available
  • Overview

    Works under the supervision of Nursing Manager Supervisor RN LPN and is ultimately responsible to the Director and the Assistant Director of Nursing as applicable. The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) performs tasks essential to the direct care of the resident according to facility policy and procedures. May perform other duties assigned.

    Life at Riverside's Hampton Rehab Center embraces comprehensive medical and rehabilitation services for both short and long term care needs. The spacious and comfortable decor provides a warm, homelike environment. A bright dining room, spacious solarium, and beautiful patio with canopy enhance the comprehensive services provided by the multidisciplinary team. Holiday parties, religious services, family cookouts, bus outings, and individual attention enhance the quality of life for residents. The 130 bed facility offers hospice, skilled nursing, intermediate, and respite care. From our nursing staff to our food services, environmental and laundry staff, our goal is simple... to provide the highest quality service in the most comfortable, home-like environment.


    Currently Availability: Full Time (Days and Evenings), Part Time (Nights), & Labor Pool 


    Education: Nursing Assistant/Aid Certificate required ONLY for new CNA grads within 120 days of program completion.

    Experience: Have successfully completed a state board approved nursing assistant program which includes a competency evaluation acceptable-the board of nursing.

    Licensure/Certifications: Have never had a finding of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of patient property entered on the Nurse Aide Registry. BLS required (within 30 day of hire). Standard First Aid required (within 30 days of hire) for Assisted Living/Memory Support units only.


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