Department of Public Health & Human Services CNA Supervisor in Lewistown, Montana
Job Overview: This position is to plan, implement and evaluate CNA’s direct care duties and to oversee the delivery of quality care to residents, while working under the general supervison of the Nurse Supervisor. Following the plan of care, provides best possible nursing care for each resident, which meets the guidelines set forth by the Department of Health and Human Services Essential Functions (Major Duties or Responsibilities): 1. Provides direct suprvison of Certified Nurse Aides: - Interview and orients staff to ensure best practice and standards of care are met. Screens applications, conducts interviews, consults in the hiring process - Collaborates with the Nursing Supervisors and Director of Nursing in the evaluation process of CNAs - Participates in progressive discipline. - Develop, implement, and train in best practices - Coordinates CNA daily assignments Completes CNA timecards and ensuring all leave time is accurately reflected OtherResponsibilities: - Observes, provides, and participates monthly, quarterly, and annual competencies and skills - Participates in monthly and weekly meetings - Identify and communicate safety concerns - Stays current on best practices along with other materials provided by management concerning facility operations. Other Duties, according to established policy: 0. Responds to emergencies such as fire, disaster, missing persons, resident injury or safety hazards promptly. 1. Participates in fire and disaster drills. 2. Reports to nurse, any accidents or injuries to resident immediately. 3. Follows exposure control plan. Safety Responsibilities: 4. Complies with the Department’s Safety Program as outlined in its Workplace Safety Policy. 5. Observes all safety rules and applies accident prevention principles while performing duties. 6. Reports all workplace accidents or injuries to the supervisor or designee. Physical and Environmental Demands: Physical activities including standing, lifting, bending, pushing, pulling, and twisting. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds. Ability to deal appropriately with residents that may be verbally and physically aggressive.