Program begins 5/23/22 and ends 7/23/22 with continuing employment opportunities for PRN NA II positions
JOB SUMMARY: Provides assistance to the nursing staff by rendering specific treatments in addition to basic nursing care to assigned patients. Provides direct and indirect care following physician and nursing orders to achieve the highest standards of age/developmental specific care.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Rising senior nursing student in an accredited BSN program. Completion of an approved Nurse Aide I and Nurse Aide II course.
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, and/or REGISTRATION: Listed with the North Carolina Health Care Personnel Registry as a Nurse Aide I and North Carolina Board of Nursing as a Nurse Aide II or recent completion of coursework and testing to be listed on the registry as an NAII (documentation required). Will need to be listed on the NAII registry prior to the first day of patient care. Current Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) certification required on first day of employment.
1. Participates in the implementation of the nursing process by giving direct care to patients under the direction of the Registered Nurse (RN). Assists with admissions, transfers, discharges, pre- and post-operative care.
2. Creates and maintains a safe and therapeutic physical environment (i.e., hallways, utility rooms, par stock, kitchen, etc.) and minimizes risk of injury by promoting fall precautions, use of call bell, side rails, and other safety precautions, including the use of appropriate lift equipment environment for patients, self, co-workers, and facility.
3. Ensures complete, accurate and timely communication of patient information.
4. Performs special procedures correctly under the direction of Registered Nurse (RN).
5. Communicates to the team, co-workers, patients and family members in an effective, positive and professional manner.
6. Takes personal responsibility and initiative for performance and for professional growth and development.
7. Provides age/developmental appropriate patient care in accordance with Age/Developmental Specific Care Guidelines for the specific age groups served.
Ability to provide direct and indirect patient care in accordance with age/developmental unit specific standards of care
Ability to work in a continually changing work environment
Demonstrates appropriate interpersonal and communication skills (verbal, nonverbal and listening).
Possible exposure to infections and contagious diseases
Occasional exposure to radiation hazards
Exposure to cleaning agents/chemicals
Contact with patients under wide variety of circumstances
Subject to many interruptions
Occasionally subject to irregular hours
Uses personal protective equipment
0% 35% 65%
to to to
35% 65% 100% N/A Activity
X Reaching with arms
X Finger and hand dexterity
Lifting, carrying, pushing and or pulling:
X 20 lbs. maximum
X 50 lbs. maximum
X 100 lbs. maximum
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