St. Luke Health Services in Oswego is now accepting applications for our next Certified Nursing Assistant Class - starts November 4. In our training program, you will learn how to care for our residents including but not limited to: bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting, feeding, and transferring (lifting our residents using proper body mechanics as well as some of our mechanical lifts).

What You Will Learn
You will also learn range of motion (exercising our residents' muscles), to take temperatures, pulses, and respiration, to perform skin care and catheter care, to weigh and measure a person in bed, to make an occupied and an unoccupied bed, and to clean and store some of our equipment.

Other skills that will be taught include Resident Rights, Safety, Infection Control, Communication and Comfort. You will learn all of these skills in the classroom and then practice them on the clinical days, supervised by our RN In-service Educator and our clinical supervisory staff.

Physical requirements of the job include lifting, pushing, pulling, twisting, bending and standing. At least 80% of your workday will be spent using these skills.

Once the training is complete, we will schedule you for the State clinical and written exams, which are given on-site and paid for by St. Luke. You will be evaluated on clinical skills and administered a New York State written exam - which is 60 multiple choice questions. The State will notify you by mail whether you have passed or failed.

Prepare For Success
At St. Luke, over 90% of our CNA trainees pass the certification examinations the first time, due to our excellent training program and our commitment to giving you the tools you need to be successful.

Starting Your New Career
You training continues with an extensive orientation where you will be paired with an experienced CNA who will help you adjust to your new job duties and act as a resource to answer your questions.

St. Luke Health Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status or disability.