CNA Workers

Job Category: Medical Support
Job Type: Full Time Part Time
Job Location: San Diego CA

We are a staffing agency, and we are in need of full-time and part-time, CNA’s on a contractual basis.

Must be Covid-19 vaccinated, negative TB screening, and have had fingerprinting conducted.

  • Recording vital signs, including blood pressure and pulse rate, as requested by staff
  • Reminding patients to take medications and other nutritional supplements as needed
  • Checking patient vital signs each day and keep precise records in the patient’s chart

Job brief

We are looking for someone who can provide outstanding patient care and physical support on a daily basis.

A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) will provide compassionate care and assistance with many daily living needs for patients. The ideal candidate will spend time interacting directly with patients, monitoring their vital signs, and assisting when necessary.

The ideal candidate will relate well as an advocate for patients through conversation and interaction to improve the patient’s experience while at our facilities.


  • Assist with daily living activities to make sure the patient is taken care of. This includes turning and ambulating patients and delivering food and beverages to patients throughout the day
  • Help patients with personal hygiene, such as providing bedpans and helping them bathe
  • Provide adjunct patient care as needed. This can include delivering ice packs and dressings to help relieve pain while in therapy or baths for soothing purposes after their session has ended
  • Process a wide range of information from other professionals and work with physicians, caregivers, and nurses
  • Closely monitor and record food intake, as well as urinary and fecal output, to be shared with key medical and nursing staff

Requirements and skills

  • High School diploma or GED
  • State Certified Nursing Assistant Certification
  • Current CPR Certification (American Heart Association)
  • Basic computer skills
  • The ability to think and work independently, with direction from a team leader or manager, while maintaining efficient and consistent communications at all times
  • Must also have excellent oral communication skills when speaking with other health professionals in the presence of patients (i.e. “bedside manner”)
  • Can endure high-pressure situations in a fast-paced, time-sensitive environment and keep a calm, professional demeanor throughout.