SourceLompoc Valley Medical Center
Salary Range: $17.76 - $24.47Pay rates are determined based on experience and internal equity.Position Summary:
This position is under the supervision of the Nurse Team Leader, Shift Supervisor, CCC DON and/or the DSD.
This position requires higher levels of skill for the delivery of resident care services.
Nurse Assistant II’s select one or more of three areas listed below to develop their personal skills.
Nurse Assistant II’s are often used as Restorative Nursing Assistants.
Must work well under stress or tight deadlines.
Must work well with supervisors, co-workers, patients/residents, family members and visitors.
Support of the District Mission and Values
Demonstrate Respect, Professionalism and Courtesy to all patients, visitors, other providers and coworkers, as delineated in the LVMC “Commitment to Care”.
Constantly use C-I-CARE principles when communicating with others.
Performance Improvement Activities
Performs tasks listed in the Certified Nurse Assistant position description.
Performs tasks in these following areas:
Restorative Care: Performs restorative routines and ADL instruction to residents as part of completing care plan goals and approaches.
Ambulation with attention to an individual resident’s characteristic strengths and weaknesses.
Range of motion using protocols.
Teaching and coaching with ADL’s including bathing and grooming, toileting, speech, dressing, and eating.
Following care plan directions, monitoring implementations for completion and appropriateness, and initiating changes with the Care Plan Change form.
Orientation Preceptor: Completes the orientation process acting as a mentor for arriving Nurse Assistants following their initial orientation and skills check list.
Teaches and coaches the proper completion of routine Nurse Assistant tasks.
Introduces arriving staff to present staff that they would encounter, including those in other departments.
Informally conveys performance information to the Shift Supervisor and Director of Staff Development as guidance for skills development.
To be able to prioritize your skills to meet the residents needs, in a calm professional manner.
Other duties assigned by supervisor
The ability to verbally and in writing communicate with residents and co-workers.
The ability to participate in a resident’s ADL’s including lifting, bending and standing/walking for prolonged periods of time.
The ability to read and follow the resident’s Care Plans.
The ability to maintain a California Certified Nursing Assistant certification.
The ability to be supervised.
The ability to work as a Team.
The ability to have positive personal interactions with staff, patients/residents and visitors.
The ability to chart using Point Click Care.
Education: No requirement but High School graduate or GED preferred.
Experience: Be presently awarded and have successfully worked in a 64 hour or 80 hour per pay period scheduled Nurse Assistant position during the previous 6 consecutive months. Hours in a position scheduled for less, or hours in a relief position are not included in this 6 month period).
Certifications: Current California Certified Nurse Assistant.
BLS/CPR AHA ( American Heart Association).
Skills/Ability: Has attended or made-up all in-services as described in the in-service procedure, no disciplinary actions, including private counseling, or performance evaluation ratings lower than “3.”
LVMC reserves the right to modify the minimum requirements depending on the needs of the organization.