Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)- Fremont,CA

Adecco-Medical & Science is hiring for "Certified Nursing Assistants" for one of our clients based at Fremont,CA.

We are hiring for experienced CNA who are willing to work in morning/ swing and Night shifts

Contract- 3-6 Months
Pay Rate- $21/Hr

The Certified Nurse Assistant provides nursing and nursing related services to residents consistent with each resident’s
comprehensive resident assessment and plan of care. All resident care is provided in a manner that meets the resident’s
physical, mental and psychosocial needs and enables the individual to attain or maintain the highest practicable level of
functioning. The Certified Nurse Assistant maintains a “homelike” environment for the residents, protects and promotes
resident rights and assists the person to maintain independence and control to the greatest extent possible.

- Provide direct care to residents to improve or maintain the resident’s abilities according to the resident’s plan of
- Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) – Assist with bathing, grooming, oral care, dressing, mobility, transferring, and
feeding of assigned residents by providing set-up assistance, verbal prompts, physical support or more extensive
assistance, or who are totally dependent as more fully described below:
-Bathing- Assist with transport of resident to tub or shower; Adjust water temperature; Wash and rinse resident.
-Dry body thoroughly with clean towels.
-Maintain privacy for resident at all times
-Eating- Provide set-up assistance for meal tray. Open, pour, unwrap, and cut food if residents unable to help self.
Feed individuals that require total assistance according to their plans of care.
-Actively encourage residents tochew, eat, and swallow if indicated. Assist or clean residents after meals. Serve nourishments and snacks as
ordered. Document and report food and fluid intake accordingly
- Provide care in a manner that protects and promotes resident rights, dignity, self-determination and active
-Offer and respect resident choices in matters of daily routine.
-Refer to residents by proper names unless resident requests otherwise.
-Avoid use of all pet names. Handle all residents’ property with respect
-Observe and report patterns of decreased social interaction, angry or sad behaviors and refusals of treatment to Unit Charge Nurse
-Assist with the planning, implementation and evaluation of plans of care for assigned residents and report information about conditions, responses to interventions and suggestions for alternative approaches to the Unit Charge Nurse
-Assist with preparation for state inspections as directed. Attend survey training and interact with state surveyors
as directed by immediate supervisor
- Follow all facility policies and procedures including those related to infection control. Use personal protective
equipment properly whenever indicated
- Record accurate, legible information about resident care and condition in appropriate sections of resident’s
- Communicate with Charge Nurse about assigned residents regularly throughout shift
- Demonstrate competence in use of proper body mechanics for both upper and lower body. Safely and correctly
use equipment such as back belts, gait belts and mechanical lifting equipment for lifting, pulling and turning
residents who may range in weight from less than 80 pounds to over 300 pounds
- Monitor physical environment for safety or fire hazards and correct or report potential problems immediately to
Charge Nurse.
-Promptly report housekeeping and maintenance problems to Charge Nurse
- Report injury to resident or self to Charge Nurse immediately
-Attend 12 hours of in-service education provided by the facility annually. Apply information to job tasks

- Demonstrate knowledge of, and respect for, the rights, dignity and individuality of each resident in all interactions
- Appreciate the importance of maintaining confidentiality of resident and facility information
- Demonstrate honesty and integrity at all times in the care and use of resident and facility property
- Able to understand and follow written and verbal directions. Able effectively to communicate with staff
members and residents through verbal and/or written means
- Able to interact effectively with individuals who are cognitively and/or physically impaired
- Knowledge of emergency and disaster procedures of facility. Able to locate nearest exit, to understand and
respond to written or oral instruction in case of emergency
- Sufficient mobility, and strength to move freely through the building, to assure resident safety at all times and to
assist, transfer or otherwise move residents of facility out of danger in case of emergency
- Demonstrate respect for co-workers and responds to needs of residents by complying with facility policies on
attendance and punctuality and dress code. Able to arrive and to begin work on time
- Working knowledge and ability to comply with facility policies and procedures for workplace safety including
infection control procedures, application of standard precautions for blood borne pathogens, use of personal
protective equipment and handling of hazardous materials
- Demonstrate ability to prioritize tasks/responsibilities and complete duties/projects within allotted time
- Able to respond to change productively and to handle additional tasks/projects as assigned
- Able to carry out the essential functions of this job (with or without reasonable accommodation) without posing
specific, current risk of substantial harm to health and safety of self and others
- Demonstrate competence in performing all services required of a nursing assistant including providing nursing
and nursing-related services to individuals with cognitive impairments
- Able to recognize changes in resident’s conditions as evidenced by physical symptoms, verbal expression or
observation of change in mental or psychosocial status
- Other duties as assigned

If interested "APPLY NOW" or you can send your resume at Ankita.singh@adeccona.com or can reach at 650-745-0052

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