Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Warm Hearth Village Blacksburg
Certified Nursing Assistant (cna)
Warm Hearth Village
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The Virginia State Board of Nursing We will also consider candidates who have completed CNA coursework and have scheduled their licensing exam If youre in that situation and interested in applying, please give HR a ,…
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SIGN ON BONUS NOW AVAILABLE!
FT CNAs are eligible for $1500 bonus; PT CNAs are eligible for $750.
(Only those new to WHV are eligible; rehired employees are not.)
Come be the spark at Warm Hearth! We're looking for compassionate, creative CNAs to work with residents at the Kroontje Health Care Center. The Center offers memory care, assisted living, skilled nursing, and nursing home care and positions are available at all levels for all shifts. As a nonprofit organization, we pride ourselves on our person-centered approach to resident care—the sort of care that treats every resident with the dignity and respect they deserve.
That approach extends to our employees. We offer a team-centered environment, flexible scheduling, and a culture that facilitates professional growth and development. Here, collaboration and a commitment to customer service are key; in each of our nursing departments, you’ll find fellow professionals eager to help you feel like you’re home.
The starting rate for CNAs at KHCC is $13 per hour, with additional pay for experience. We also offer a generous benefits package, including generous PTO for FT and PT employees and a low-cost HSA plan, along with unique Warm Hearth perks like access to our gorgeous, state-of-the-art fitness center and saltwater pool.
Requirements: A valid CNA license in good standing from the Virginia State Board of Nursing. We will also consider candidates who have completed CNA coursework and have scheduled their licensing exam. If you're in that situation and interested in applying, please give HR a call at 540-443-3443.
Availability to work some weekends and holidays.
Preferences: Previous experience in a long term care setting is preferred, but not required.