Oncology – CNA per diem
The Cancer Center Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) functions as a clinical support partner to assist the patient care team by performing various tasks and procedures under the supervision of a Registered Nurse. The CNA is responsible for providing nursing assistance care for infusion suite patients in a safe, efficient, and compassionate manner. The CNA will provide routine direct patient care within specific unit policies and procedures, report pertinent information to the RN and respond to patient care needs.
Maintains current Nursing Assistant Certification for the State of Maine.
- Core hours are generally six (6) hour shifts, Monday-Friday. Shift times are variable depending on patient volume.
- Depending on scheduling and/or staffing needs, may need to work beyond the core hours (prior to 0800, beyond 1400).
- Depending on scheduling and/or staffing needs, may need to work nights, weekends and holidays.
Educational, Skills, Experience Requirements:
- High school diploma or G.E.D.
- Meets minimum of 12 hours per year of continuing education.
- Maintain current BLS certification.
- Meet the Center’s annual competency training requirements within scope of practice.