Certified Nurse Aide Scholarship Program - Hale Kupuna Heritage Home (Omao)
Job Description About Hale Kupuna Heritage Home: Hale Kupuna is an 84 bed skilled nursing and intermediate long term care center in Omao, on the island of Kauai. Nestled in a residential neighborhood away from the hustle and bustle of the city, residents enjoy the natural, lush, green surroundings, while benefitting from the services we offer. Our mission is "Caring for Our Ohana," this includes all of our guests, their families, our employees, and our community
Our Staff enjoys : Competitive salaries and employee benefits like: medical, dental, vision and drug insurance, 401K, life insurance, tuition assistance program, paid vacation, paid holidays, and free on-site parking.
Your costs are covered: If you are chosen, you will be hired as a Care Assistant and attend the Certified Nurse Aide Training Program, you will receive a $1,500 full scholarship towards your tuition and your $225 Prometric exam fee is covered.
Successful Applicants Must: • Pass criminal background check, finger printing and drug screen. • CPR/First Aid • Applicants who do not meet ALL of the above requirements will NOT be considered
Who Can Apply: You need to be 18 years of age to take the Hawaii Nurse Aide Exam. You need to have a high school diploma or equivalent to apply to Hale Kupuna Heritage Home. You need to be passionate and highly committed to serving the elderly and disabled. You need to work well in a team environment. You need to be interested in working full-time at Hale Kupuna Heritage Home.
Hale Kupuna Heritage Home does not pay for relocation.
For more information about this job contact: (808) 742-7591
About Ohana Pacific Management Company, Inc. At Ohana Pacific Management Company (OPMC), we are dedicated to caring for Hawaii's Kupuna by serving the islands of Oahu and Kauai with exceptional post acute clinical and rehabilitation services. Our facilities encompass a full spectrum of post acute and long term care including inpatient physical, occupation, and speech therapy; skilled nursing and wound care; adult day health programs; home health and home care services; respite; and Hospice care.
At OPMC, our staff is our most valuable resource. We desire to attract and retain exceptional individuals. We provide equitable compensation and opportunities for personal and professional growth. We recognize and reward staff who achieve excellence in their work. We treat all staff fairly and compassionately.
To learn more about Ohana Pacific's core values, please visit our website: www.OhanaPacific.com