ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PROFESSIONAL WORK ENVIRONMENT
Otterbein - Northshore will PAY FOR YOUR TRAINING CLASS AND TEST/EXAM
WORK AS A RESIDENT ASSISTANT UNTIL YOU'VE RECEIVED YOUR STNA CERTIFICATION
WORK SHIFT: 2ND AND 3RD
The Nursing Assistant Training Class is a partnership between Local Accredited Schools and Otterbein Northshore to train individuals desiring to enter the healthcare profession as a nursing assistant and full-time employee of Otterbein. Participants must be able to attend a 76-hour training course to be conducted at the specified Local School. Participants will receive full payment to take the course and will receive free books, and training materials. The Local School application fee and Ohio state test fee is included in the course and provided payment via Otterbein. After satisfactory completion of the course, participants will transition to a full-time, skilled nursing neighborhood assignment at the STNA starting wage, in which Nursing Assistants will provide direct resident care in activities of daily living, make and report significant observations, and assist in assuring resident and work place safety.
Education: High school diploma or GED preferred.
Licensure/Certification: None. Must be able to pass state test within 4 months of completion date of class.
Experience/Qualifications: One year continuous employment in a healthcare-related or customer service related position preferred. Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment background check and drug test.
Ability to work in a professional work environment