Thank you for considering employment with Sheboygan County!
Sheboygan County employs over 800 people in diverse jobs spanning many different departments throughout the County.In an effort to provide you with the quality service that you can expect from Sheboygan County, we are excited to offer you the opportunity to complete the application online.
Sheboygan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, genetic make-up, or any other legally protected status.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (920) 459-3105.
Sheboygan County participates in E-Verify. Federal law requires all employers to verify the identity and employment eligibility of all persons hired to work in the United States.
Download Application - Please use Internet Explorer 11 to open this application.
Submit completed application to: email@example.com
Applicants: To comply with government recordkeeping, reporting, and other legal requirements, we request that you please complete the Applicant Data Record. Your cooperation is voluntary.
If you are unable to fill out the application on line, open this link and print out the application.
Certified Nursing Assisttant (C.N.A)
- Type:Full Time
- Salary/Pay Rate:$13.82/hr. - $19.35/hr.
- Posted Date:01/04/2017 1:28 PM
Day Shift(6am - 2:30pm) and PM Shift(2:30pm - 11pm) Available.
Rocky Knoll Health Care Center has openings for Full-time Certified Nursing Assistants. This Full-Time 32-40 hour/week position has a starting salary of $13.82/hr. to $19.35/hr. based on qualifications.
$500 SIGN ON BONUS FOR C.N.A's. ($250 bonus at time of hire and $250 paid on 1st anniversary)
PURPOSE AND SUMMARY
Provides comprehensive nursing care to residents by performing routine and simple tasks under the direction of licensed staff. Supports the principles of the nursing process, standards of nursing practice, current state regulations as per HFS132 and federal regulations, and / or the program objectives for the diversified population of the facility.
Assists residents with activities of daily living, i.e., eating, bathing, dressing, etc. Performs simple treatments as assigned, i.e. vital signs, specimens, etc. Observes, reports, and charts on the activities of daily living and areas assigned on care plan. Attends and contributes in resident care plan conferences as necessary. Answers call bells/lights/alarms. Performs approaches identified in care plans. Responsible for general appearance of units as needed. Performs emergency cleaning as assigned. Distributes residents’ mail on the units. May monitor incoming calls when the switchboard is closed. Cleans wheelchairs and other equipment as assigned. Completes documentation/charting as needed or assigned. May perform other varied duties/assignments per facility needs. Attends in-service education programs and assists in providing on-unit orientation for nursing staff. Assists in providing orientation to nursing staff. Provides facility updates to all nursing staff, i.e. policy and procedure updates and changes. Attends in-services provided by facility in order to update their skills. May also provide suggestions for topics they would like to have discussed at monthly meetings.
High school graduate or equivalent experience preferred. Current Wisconsin certificate as a Nursing Assistant including annual 12 hour educational requirement. Ability to handle crisis intervention situations as directed by individualized care plan, facility protocol, resident rights, etc. Functional understanding of medical terminology. Understands and effectively carries out oral and written instructions. Understands and promotes the concept of comprehensive individualized nursing care for a diversified population.