CNA|T-CNA Contract 13 Weeks

Job Description



Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)

Licensed Nurses Assistant (LNA)

Company Overview

TLC Nursing is looking for a dedicated, energetic CNA for travel assignment listed in the title of this job post.

Job Summary

No travel experience is necessary, though we do require that you have at least 1 year of working experience. Certifications/licenses are a plus! You also must possess a valid CPR certification, as well as PPD testing and a physical from within the past year. We're very interested in reviewing your up-to-date and current resume!


  • Representing TLC Nursing and providing care of the highest standard to our clients.
  • 13 week assignment - Extensions are always possible!


  • 1 year experience
    • With your current license or certificate
      • Please note - A temporary license provided by an online course does not, itself, sufficiently cover this requirement.
  • Up-to-date Physical and PPD test
  • CPR or BLS Certification
  • Active and valid driver's license


  • $17.00/hr -  $25/hr based on housing.
  • Overtime is possible
  • Completion Bonuses

The Goods:

  • Health, Vision, and Dental insurances available after 90 days.
  • Aflac Available on Day-1
  • If you choosing TLCs Housing option it will include:
    • Fully furnished and utilities included
    • Close to facility where contracted
    • Pet-friendly (when available)
  • Contract completion bonuses: Upon successful completion of the assignment

Position Description:

A Licensed Nurse Assistant (LNA) or Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is a professional member of the health care team whose primary responsibility is providing supportive nursing care under the supervision of a licensed nurse in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act regulations of the State Board of Nursing. This position reports to the licensed nurse. In an institutional setting this position reports to the designated person.



1. Must possess valid current license under the State Board of Nursing.

2. Must be of mature and responsible character.

3. Must possess general knowledge of the disease process and basic standards of personal care.

4. Must possess knowledge of necessary actions in emergency situations.

5. Must be able to effectively communicate with the client, their significant others and the Nursing Supervisor.

6. Must be in good physical and mental health.

7. Must complete this agencys employment process.


The duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

1. Provide direct personal nursing care of sub-acute, chronically ill and convalescent clients.

2. Provide basic personal care according plan of care.

3. Monitor clients condition.

4. Notify supervisor of changes in clients condition.

5. Document Activities of Daily Living accurately and submit timely the vital signs and weights.

6. Work in cooperation with facility administration and personnel.

7. Participate in continuing educational programs.



Performance is deemed competent when the LNA/CNA:

1. Demonstrates ability to provide nursing care within the parameters of the State Nurse Practice Act and the policies and procedures of this agency.

2. Demonstrates ability to implement a clients care plan.

3. Demonstrates ability to accurately monitor a clients condition.

4. Demonstrates effective communication skills.

5. Demonstrates ability to document pertinent information and submit records in accordance with this supplemental agency policy.



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