Certified Nursing Assistant - Department of Student Health and Wellness
Job ID: R0043514 | Nursing Professional | Full Time | Charlottesville, VA
The University of Virginia's Department of Student Health and Wellness is seeking a full-time certified nursing assistant (CNA). Certified nursing assistants assist with caring for patients.

The CNA is part of a team and establishes priorities by collaborating with other team members. The CNA follows protocols for obtaining vital signs and performing simple procedures and receives formal supervision from the Director of Nursing Services.

Responsibilities include:
  • Preparing patients for appointments (obtaining vital signs and entering into EMR).
  • Maintaining clinic flow.
  • Assisting staff with procedures (EKGs, ear irrigations, collecting lab specimens).
  • Ensuring patient safety.
  • Maintaining infection control standards.
  • Preparing patients for discharge and home care (crutches, patient teaching, follow-up appointments, transportation).
  • Maintaining unit supplies and equipment.
  • Other tasks as assigned.

In the event of an emergency, the CNA may be required to assist the agency or state government generally in the event of an emergency declaration by the governor.

The salary range for this position is $19.00-$21.00 per hour. This is an overtime-eligible position with UVA benefits. Employees benefits package highlights include:
  • 22 days of paid time off, increasing with service; 13+ paid holidays each year, in addition to paid time off
  • Parental and community service leave
  • Health plan with options to meet healthcare and financial needs
  • Retirement through the Virginia Retirement System
  • Tuition and professional development benefits after the first year
  • Employee wellness program featuring activities to earn up to $500/year

The successful candidate will pass both a background check and a health and drug screen.

  • Education: High school diploma.
  • Experience: At least one year of experience as a CNA.
  • Licensure: Certified Nursing Aide certification and CPR certification.

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Charlottesville, VA
Charlottesville, VA 22903
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