C.N.A. / Direct Care (Children's)- Portland - $500 Sign On B
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Portland, ME 04104
C.N.A. / Direct Care (Children’s)- Portland – $500 Sign On Bonus
Salary Range:15.00 Per Hour
Employment Type:Full Time
Few jobs come along that offer up the opportunity to learn and then employ state of the art treatment for youth with mental illness. This is a chance to work in a challenging, yet fun environment. These positions offer opportunities to work closely with teams of professionals with years of clinical supervision to design and implement evidenced-based interventions.
We are seeking CNA’s to work at our children’s residential facility on the Portland/Westbrook line. This is a tremendous opportunity for the right person who wants more than just a job. This position is best suited for individuals who crave a fast paced, dynamic environment and can embrace the learning opportunities offered in activity based programming.
The starting wage for a CNA/Direct Care Worker is $15 per hour, with a full array of benefits. Shifts have been designed to accommodate and recognize the importance of a good work/life balance. Training starts on day one, and never ends.
This position includes a $500 Sign On Bonus!
Many positions include sign on bonuses that are available to full-time newly hired staff. The first half of the sign on bonus ($250) will be paid after 90 days of full-time employment and the second half of the sign on bonus ($250) will be paid after six months of full time employment. If a new hire changes status to either part-time or per diem status during any of that timeframe, they will forfeit the sign on bonus that is yet to be paid
1. Provides assistance with daily activities, monitors clients’ conditions and performs, physically and/or verbally assists with and/or monitors clients’ personal hygiene tasks according to individual cleint needs. Provides the appropriate level of supervision for clients in their care and adheres to the Individual Crisis and Behavior Management Plan.
2. Demonstrate safe behavior and work to assure the safety of clients and peers. Observes clients’ physical conditions and reports changes and/or concerns to the Supervisor. Monitors bowel movements and reports changes and/or concerns to the Supervisor..
Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate.
High school diploma or G.E.D.
As an employee of Spurwink, he/she is expected to adhere to the policies and procedures of Spurwink. He/she must keep client health care information confidential, and in all other ways comply with Spurwink’s policies and procedures implementing the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (otherwise known as HIPAA). Due to the nature of the work, staff at Spurwink are required to be trained initially and annually in good health practices, communicable illnesses, and universal precaution procedures. The C.N.A./Residential Youth and Family Specialist may be asked at times to cover shifts in residences other than the one to which they are primarily assigned, and other duties as deemed necessary by the supervisor. The C.N.A./Residential Youth and Family Specialist must maintain a current Maine driver’s license and a clean driving record in accordance with Spurwink’s driving policy, and may be required at times to transport clients.
Spurwink is an equal opportunity employer
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