Nursing Assistant Training Program Student job vacancy in Lompoc Valley Medical Center, (Lompoc, CA 93436)

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Job Details
Company Name :
Lompoc Valley Medical Center
Company Location :
Lompoc, CA 93436
Job Position :
Nursing Assistant Training Program Student
Job Category :
Jobs in California

Job Description :
Comprehensive Care Center


Varied Shifts


Position Summary:

Works under the general oversight of the CCC Director of Nursing, the RNPD/DSD, and directly supervised by the Nursing Assistant Training Program (NATP) Nurse Educator/Instructor.

Students provide personal care to residents following resident’s Care Plan Approaches and report care provided.

Must work well under stress or tight deadlines.

Must work well with NATP Nurse Educator/Instructor/classmates, supervisors, co-workers, patients/residents, family members and visitors.

Position Duties/Responsibility:

(All skills must be learned in the classroom and competency must be demonstrated prior to performing independently).

Provides all care tasks according to the residents Care Plan.

Performs or assists residents with personal hygiene using established procedures indicated. These may include bathing or showering, peri-care, dressing, hair grooming, and oral care.

Distributes meal trays from carts, cuts foods, assist/feed residents using established procedures, documents resident’s fluid/ food intake and picks up meal trays.

Ensures prescribed snacks and supplements are offered.

Changes bedfast and chair-fast resident’s body position to maintain proper position/body alignment.

Applies restraints, supports, and pads to prevent falls, contractures and pressure sores.

Follows prescribed programs of preventive skin care, recognizing symptoms of skin breakdown.

Takes resident’s vital signs and records the data. Reports as needed to instructor.

Assists residents with voiding and elimination.

Answers resident call lights per Standard of Care.

Collects specimens such as urine, and stool for laboratory analysis using established procedures based on the Standard Precautions and correct labeling technique.

Monitors each assigned resident for food and fluid intake and bowel and bladder output and records.

Encourages and motivates residents to be out of bed, dressed, active, and to reach their highest practical level of self-care and emotional wellbeing.

Assists in lifting, moving, transferring, and ambulating residents using transfer equipment or gait belt.

Follows safe work and care practices to protect themselves, residents, visitors, and other staff. Uses proper body mechanics, obtaining assistance with transfers per care plan to lift or transfer residents, using gait belts, lifting devices, and applying proper restraints.

Use infection control procedures based on Standard Precautions and follow Isolation Precautions.

Assists in maintaining the resident’s room, closet, and other work areas neat and orderly.

Monitor for changes in resident’s status, including vital signs, level of physical activity, emotional well-being, cognitive ability, comfort or pain. Report these changes to the NATP Nurse Educator/Instructor, team leader, and CNA.

To be able to prioritize and organize care to meet the residents needs in a calm professional manner.

Charts on each of their assigned resident’s Activity of Daily Living.

Other duties assigned by RNPD/DSD or NATP Instructor.

Maintain attendance, grades, and behavioral expectations as per NATP Policy.

Contract Agreement::

Each student will be required to sign a contract agreeing to pay back the cost of the training in the event the student is unable to fulfill the requirement of a scheduled position (2 year commitment), once they have successfully graduated and obtained their certification.

Position Qualifications:

Education: High School graduate or GED required.

Experience: None

Certifications: None

LVMC reserves the right to modify the minimum requirements depending on the needs of the organization.

Skills/Ability: Be able to communicate effectively. Be able to follow written and verbal instructions and communicate resident’s condition to NATP Nurse Educator/Instructor and other staff. Have sufficient strength and endurance to fully participate in resident lifting and transporting.

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