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Caregiver / CNA

Company: An Innovative Care
Location: Kenosha
Posted on: June 25, 2022

Job Description:

An Innovative Care is an Assisted Living provider with multiple locations in Pleasant Prairie & Kenosha, WI. Our model of care focuses on providing a nurturing home where we build strong relationships with every resident. We are trusted to provide the best possible care and deliver it with professionalism in a safe environment.We are seeking reliable Caregivers/CNAs candidates that have prior experience working at a CBRF or Long-Term Care setting.Responsibilities:

  • Provide physical, emotional, and environmental support to the clients through the provision of personal care services and companionship.
  • Tasks Include: Activities of daily living, bathing, toileting, simple transfers (bed to chair or wheelchair, or reverse), mobility & ambulation (walker, cane, crutches)
  • Documents daily activities and occurrences in accordance with company policy.
  • Maintains confidentiality regarding clients, staff, and documentation.
  • Performs additional duties assigned in response to client/company needs.
  • Complete within 90 days of employment all requirements under the DHS requirements for CBRF training.Requirements: Valid driver's license with reliable transportation, good communication skills, legal adult (18 years or older), and able to pass appropriate background checks/reference verification.Must be able to work without direct supervision. Must be patient, professional, hard-working, and a committed caregiver. Must have a Positive Attitude.Current Available Shifts:1st shift:(7am - 3pm)3rd shift:(3pm - 11pm)3rd shift:(11pm - 7am)

Keywords: An Innovative Care, Kenosha , Caregiver / CNA, Healthcare , Kenosha, Wisconsin

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