Certified Nurse Assistant

Job Description

Oak Valley Hospital District is looking for caring and compassionate Certified Nursing Assistants for our 5-Star Care Center. We have full time shifts available. Our Care Center is an awesome working environment with a fantastic team of professionals. We enjoy working with and caring for the many residents and their families. If you're looking for something really special to do with your career, this is the place!

We offer an excellent salary and benefits, 15.9% pension plan, 5xs salary no cost life insurance, free CEUs, and much more!

Job Description

Performs personal care services for patients/residents according to established procedures in providing personal care, comfort and safety. Follows OVHD protocol for appropriate use of restraints, alarms, side-rails, etc. Takes steps to correct errors in co-workers delivery of care to patients/residents; uses direct corrective action or communication to ensure patient/resident safety and well being. Ensures that patients/residents are appropriately dressed and assists as necessary.


Performs treatment procedures such as application of range of motion, skin care. Provides for patient/resident activities and comfort according to individual tolerance level (i.e., turning, coughing, deep breathing exercise, etc.), Performs and promotes restorative care as directed for individual patients/residents and regularly ambulates assigned patients/residents; demonstrates proper technique.


Assists licensed staff to perform treatments and procedures, demonstrating ability to follow their directions for specific duties. Contributes available information to individual care plans and follows plan for appropriate patient/resident care and treatment.


Observes, records, documents and reports on appropriate flow charts in an accurate, timely manner and signs documentation. Reports any variation from normal to duty licensed staff.

  • Records all vital signs, intake/output and other applicable measurements according to established conventions and procedures.

  • Reports treatment results, observations, patient/resident complaints or other pertinent information.

  • Assist with labeling and storage of patient/resident clothing and personal property.


Prepares patients/residents for meals and encourages the patients/residents to participate in social activities and assists them to and from activities daily. Demonstrates sensitivity to the special needs of the confined patient/resident, including emotional and cultural needs.

  • Assists in feeding and position patients/residents to avoid choking and to ensure ease in eating.

  • Properly hydrates patients/residents with the adequate fluids and other nourishment's according to patients/residents needs.


Performs general care activities for patients/residents in Isolation according to Infection Control policies when handling clean/soiled linens, infectious waste, etc. Uses prescribed hand washing and aseptic techniques.


Attends to individual needs of assigned patients/residents by promptly answering call lights, alarms and ensures that call light is within patient/resident reach and available for use. Anticipates patient/resident needs and checks on assigned rooms in a consistent manner and follows up on patient/resident requests.


Minimum Education:

One (1) year of acute care experience preferred

Must complete Nursing Assistant training program and must be certified within four (4) months of employment

High school graduate or equivalent required.


Minimum Experience/Skills:

Able to perform basic mathematical calculations

Demonstrated ability to understand and follow written and verbal instructions

Speaks, reads, and writes English fluently and is able to record information accurately in English



State of California Nursing Assistant Certification, or Enrolled Licensed Nursing Student

Current American Heart Association BLS certification


Physical Demands:

Prolonged, extensive or considerable standing/walking

Lifts, positions, pushes up to 50 pounds

Considerable reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching

Manual dexterity and mobility

Ability to move quickly

Frequent reach, twist, push and pull


Heavy lifting (50 lbs. and over) 50% of the time

Moderate lifting (25-49 lbs.) 25% of the time

Light lifting (under 25 lbs.) 25% of the time

Must be able to move heavy patients up to 350 lbs. at times in bed and transfer from bed to gurney or wheelchair


Heavy carrying (50 lbs. and over) 25% of the time

Moderate carrying (25-49 lbs.) 35% of the time

Light carrying (under 25 lbs.) 45% of the time

Must assist with ambulation orthostatic vital signs


Vision Requirements:

Ability to adjust vision sufficiently to perform duties

Company Description
A little about us, with over 600 employees and in a growth mode, Oak Valley Hospital District is a full service, non-profit public hospital created to provide residents of Oakdale and the surrounding rural communities, with access to superior quality medical care. We also operate four community health centers providing primary care medical services and plan to expand this business as well. As an organization we take care of nearly 90,000 patients a year.

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