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First, meet our team of health professionals in our small family-run business and then learn what kinds of positions exist at Ohana Home Health.

Positions available now: August 2016

Certified Nursing Assistant

Minimun 2 years working in Home Health Care.

Full job description

CNAs have received formal training in patient home care skills and home management. They are qualified to perform tasks and services that help you maintain your personal comfort and a clean, safe environment. CNAs work under the supervision of the Director of Nursing. Their services include personal hygiene and grooming such as bed bath-sponge, tub, or shower bath; shampooing hair; nail and hair care; oral hygiene, toileting, safe transfer techniques and ambulation for normal range of motion and position; adequate nutrition and fluid intake.


Works under the supervision of the Director of Nursing or designated registered nurse; provides direct patient care as assigned by the registered nurse; provides quality and delivery of home health care services; assists in home health care services that reflect the home health care agency philosophy and standards of home health nursing care of assigned clients.


Minimum of 2 years working in Home Health and high school graduation required

• Home Health Aide certification required as obtained through successful completion of an approved program

• Shall have 2 years-full-time experience in home health care in an institutional setting, such as a hospital or nursing home,

• Evidence of sympathetic attitude toward care of the sick

• Demonstrated ability to read, write and carry out directions

• Evidence of maturity and ability to deal effectively with job demands

• Good verbal and written communications skills required

• Attends twelve (12) hours of Aide oriented in-services per year

• Participates in professional meetings when directed

• Shall have a criminal history check conducted prior to being offered permanent employment with this agency

• Is able to work closely supervised to ensure competence in providing patient care.


Able to effectively perform and prioritize multiple functions or tasks.

Able to stand, bend, stoop, kneel, lift and reach freely.

Able to read and interpret instructions related to patient care.

Has transportation to travel to assignments.

Has current driver’s license and car insurance.

Maintains annual TB test, CPR certification and other required documents and submits them to HR.