We are currently reviewing applications for our CNA Training Program for employment at Harris Hill Nursing Facility. CNAs work under the direction of a licensed nurse (RN) to provide daily nursing and personal care to residents and patients in accordance with the individual’s plan of care. This position is responsible for tending to the physical and emotional needs of residents, while ensuring they are comfortable, safe and maintaining good hygiene and personal cleanliness.
Why Join the Harris Hill Team?
• We’re staffed above state and national averages.
• You’ll make a difference in someone’s life every day! Harris Hill is a leader in providing quality nursing care and rehabilitative services to those in our communities.
• You’ll be a part of an experienced team guided by health care professionals who are trend-setters in the industry.
• We foster a team-oriented environment with advancement opportunities, tuition assistance, challenging and rewarding careers, and valuable benefits.
• You’ll be a part of a facility that’s lauded for outstanding care. Harris Hill is rated 5 stars out of 5 by the federal government and is among an elite list of facilities state-wide to be recognized in the top tier for quality.
Training Program Schedule
16 Days: 10 classroom (75 Hours); 5 clinical days (37.5 Hours) including one day on the afternoon shift; final exam and graduation are on the 16th day.
NO MISSED TIME is allowed.
Training is held monthly. Start dates for each month depend on the facility. You will be given all of the information regarding training dates by our Human Resource Director once you are hired. Training program schedule is subject to change.
**NOTE: All individuals hired for the CNA training program are employees of the company and will work at the facility after training is completed and the New York State exam is passed.
• Minimum 18 years of age
• No findings or convictions of resident abuse, mistreatment and misappropriation of property
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Able to follow written and verbal instructions and work well with and show respect towards fellow staff members, physicians, residents and family members
• Caring and compassionate bedside manner
• Respect for residents’ privacy and rights; display of genuine concern for the elderly
• Able to perform tasks while upholding high standards of quality, cleanliness and kindness
• Physical endurance for frequent activity; ability to lift a minimum of 20 pounds
Send your resume via email(A cover letter can be entered next.)