1.Must have successfully completed the C.N.A. Certification course
2.Must be registered on the State of Wisconsin Nursing Assistant Registry
3.Must be pleasant, courteous and tactful when dealing with residents, families, visitors and co-workers
4.Must be able to perform assigned duties independently and as a team player
5.Must demonstrate a positive attitude, a sense of responsibility and common sense.
6.Must be able to react, under supervision, in the event of an emergency.
7.Must be physically able to waist lift up to a maximum of 50# with frequent waist lifting of objects weighing up to 50#. Must be able to push and/or pull objects with a maximum effort of 25#.
8.Must be able to stand or walk for 6-8 hours in an 8 hour day.
9.Must be able to frequently bend, squat and twist body during an 8 hour day.
10.Must be organized, willing to assist co-workers and residents
11.Must be willing to work weekends and holidays.
1.May be subject to bruises and scratches from residents striking out.
2.May be exposed to infections and odors.
3.Involved in tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or mucous membranes on a daily routine basis.
1.Receives assignments of duties from Charge Nurse at start of tour of duty.
2.Bathes residents (Bed Bath, Tub Bath, Shower)
3.Provides oral hygiene and denture care.
4.Makes beds (occupied and unoccupied), straightens rooms.
5.Assists at meal time, including:
a.Transporting residents to and from the dining room
c.Calculating intake of meals and fluids
d.Taking trays to residents eating in their rooms
6.Serves daily nourishments and water.
7.Assists in toileting or residents including:
a.Assisting residents to and from the bathroom/commode
b.Offering of bedpans and urinals
c.Changing of clothing and linens of incontinent residents
d.Peri-care to keep residents clean and fresh
e.Collecting urine and stool specimens
f.Emptying and recording drainage from colostomies and catheter bags
8.May be asked to transport resident to other departments or activities within the facility. Assist with and/or performs procedures with proper instruction such as:
a.Admission of resident
b.Transfer or discharge of residents
c.Taking and recording vital signs (temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respirations, oxygen saturation levels)
d.Assisting and care of dying or deceased residents
e.Applying restraint safety devices, TED stockings, splints, etc.
f.Obtaining resident weights
9.Provides nail care of non-diabetic residents.
11.Follows procedures for residents in isolation
12.Applies aseptic technique in all resident cares, including proper hand washing, cleaning of equipment to prevent spread of disease and infection.
13.Cleans and maintains orderliness of residents rooms, linen rooms, utility rooms, trash disposal and charting areas
14.Observes, reports and records in medical chart condition, alertness, appetite, etc. of resident. Reports changes or unusual finding to the nurse
15.Assists with restorative and rehabilitative care of residents such as R.O.M., ambulation, turning and positioning of residents.
16.Participates in resident care planning and utilized care plan in delivering appropriate care.
17.May answer telephone or intercom
18.Practices economy in caring for nursing equipment and in usage of nursing supplies.
19.Any and all other duties assigned by charge nurse, director of nursing, assistant director of nursing, or administrator for the purpose of quality resident care.
20.Must follow all of Holton Manor Policies and Procedures
21.Answer call lights throughout the facility; in each section of the facility