Have you considered a career in health care but are not sure
where to start?
Have you considered taking a Certified Nursing Assistant
training class but couldn’t afford the costs?
Well if you answered YES to any of these questions then you have
come to the right place!
The Agency for Health Care Administration has now approved skilled
nursing facilities to use Personal Care Attendants (PCA) to perform
resident care procedures currently delivered by Certified Nursing
Assistants (CNA). The goal is to provide nursing centers with
additional staff to care for residents during State of Emergency and to
train new workers to obtain skills necessary to become a CNA. The
Personal Care Attendant Program is an 8-Hour Pre-service Course
with continued on-the-job training.
We are currently accepting applications for (Non Licensed) Personal
Care Assistants to work in our Skilled & Long Term Care facility.
We are currently offering the AHCA approved PCA training course
followed by the comprehensive on the job training for the right
individuals. You will work in our facility side by side with our licensed
CNA staff under the direction of our nurses while performing Activities
of Daily Living tasks for our residents. Some of the skills you will learn
and be responsible for are (but not limited to):
Performs lifting and transfer duties safely and uses appropriate techniques
and body mechanics when performing job duties.
Use of a gait belt and assisting with ambulation as needed
Helps with specialized assistive devices; e.g. Hoyer lift, board, etc
Assists individuals with daily personal hygiene, oral hygiene, dressing,
Assists with eating, passing trays and ice water as needed
Observes and reports intake of fluids and food and frequency of
elimination if indicated.
Make an Occupied or Unoccupied bed.
Checking vital signs
Observes and monitors the client’s condition, notifying staff RN / LPN of
any significant change in client’s status.
Provides documentation as needed and attends necessary training.
Complies with Indigo Manor Policies and Procedures and all applicable
laws and regulations.
Perform other duties as assigned
Once you have completed your PCA on the job training you will have
the skills necessary to challenge and pass the Certified Nursing
Assistant state exam. Passing the Florida CNA Exam is a
requirement of the job for continued employment.
Must be 18 years of age or older with some previous Home Health, Med-
Tech, DSP or PCA experience preferred but not required
Must be able to pass a Drug Screen & Level II Background Check
Must be dependable and reliable while maintaining a strong work ethic
Must be willing to take and pass the state C.N.A exam within 3
months (90 Days) or less (WE WILL REIMBURSE YOU FOR THE
COST OF YOUR TEST)
· Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, Aflac (after 90 days of
· Paid Holidays, Paid Sick Days (after 90 days of employment)
· 2 weeks Paid Vacation, 401k (after 1 year of employment)
Competitive Wages! 7-3, 3-11, 11-7 and weekend baylor shifts
Do you want stability and longevity in your career?
Are you dedicated to resident care and looking for competitive
If YES… Indigo Manor Nursing and Rehab is looking for YOU!
Here at Indigo Manor Nursing and Rehab, we rely on and trust our CNA
to perform direct patient care and create a compassionate environment.
In this role, the core of your care will be ensuring that all of our
customers are treated with dignity and respect. You will empower our
patients, recognizing their ability to make their own choices while
guiding them with kindness and understanding through challenging
times. As our first point of contact with patients and families, you’ll
encourage communication and interaction, creating a supportive
network. Commit to caring as a CNA at Indigo Manor Nursing and
Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities
Provide quality nursing care to residents in an environment which
promotes their rights, dignity, freedom of choice, and their individuality
as illustrated by the following:
- Provide individualized attention which encourages each resident’s
ability to maintain or attain the highest practical physical, mental,
and psychosocial well being.
- Knowledgeable of the individualized care plan for residents and
provide support to the resident according to the care plan.
- Attend to the individual needs of residents that may include
assistance with grooming, bathing, oral hygiene, feeding,
incontinent care, toileting, transferring, etc.
- Maintain the comfort, privacy, and dignity of each resident in the
delivery of services to them. Interact with residents in a manner
that displays warmth and promotes a caring environment.
- Fully understand all aspects of residents’ rights, including the right
to be free of restraints and free of abuse.
- Protect the personal belongings of each resident including
eyeglasses, dentures, hearing aids, furnishings, jewelry, clothing,
- Observe residents for changes in condition or behavior and
promptly report these changes to appropriate licensed nursing
- Answer residents’ call bells promptly and courteously.
- Perform various tasks assigned by the charge nurse including
vital signs, residents’ weights, applying creams/ointments,
collecting specimens, etc.
- Complete certified nursing assistant records documenting
care provided or other information in keeping with department
- A high school diploma or equivalent; successful completion of a
state-approved Nursing Assistant Certification course or other
education that meets state certification requirements. Must hold
current Nursing Assistant Certifications in the state in which
he/she is practicing or be eligible to obtain.
- Must possess good organizational and time management skills.
- Must possess good verbal and written communication skills.