CNA Jobs Alabama
If you are planning for CNA Jobs Alabama, you must need to follow and complete few procedures, which can make you eligible to work in various hospitals, nursing homes, long term care facilities and other health care facilities all over this state.
The basic requirements for the CNA Jobs in Alabama include:
- Complete 75 hours state and federal OBRA-87 approved certification program.
- Obtain certification by passing state Certification test (NNAAP exam) offered by Pearson Vue.
- Get Registered with AL State Nurse Aide registry.
The registration also allows you to work legally in various health care centers all over the state.
Once, you are registered with the AL NA Registry, your journey as CNA starts by joining a health care center in the state. The basic job duties, you need to execute during your working in these facilities is to provide basic nursing cares, personal care, adult cares, mental care, CPR services, offer mental and emotional support to elderly and addicted patients and others.
In these facilities you will also become an important member of the medical team and report everyday condition of the patients to RN, under whom you work.
You can avail full time, part time, traveling nurse aide and weekend certified nurse aide jobs. You can earn an average yearly salary of $20,320 to $29,930 or an average hourly wage of $9.77 to $14.47 per hour.
The variation of the salaries depends on numerous factors, such as working place, location, practical working experience, standard of living, position and educational back ground.
You are permitted to work for 2 years, with your current certification and after two year, your certification gets expired. Therefore, you need to renew your license every 2 years to keep it in current position.