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Birmingham, AL, USA

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

How would you like to work in a place where your contributions and ideas are valued? A place where you can serve with compassion, pursue excellence and honor every voice? At UAB Medical Center, our mission is simple, yet powerful:UAB Medicine’s mission is to deliver world-class patient care to the residents of Alabama and beyond, advance medical science through pioneering research, and train the sharpest medical minds. We are deeply committed to a patient- and family-centric approach to providing care, so we strive to make every patient encounter a positive one. This dedication to excellence is what makes UAB Medicine a preferred provider of care and helps us attract the best and brightest staff, while setting the highest standards for medical innovation and education. We are proud to have become a shining example of what's possible when the brightest professionals dedicate themselves to making a difference in the healthcare industry, and in people's lives.


  • High school diploma or equivalent

  • No previous experience required

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification through American Heart Association (AHA) is required

  • Ability to follow detailed directions

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Clear verbal and written communication, specifically ability to document

  • Ability to work individually and as part of a team.

  • The Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Trainee will be responsible for successfully completing a CNA training program with a UAB academic partner or through a UAB training program

  • The CNA Trainee will receive training through classroom (virtual and/or in person) and clinical sessions that will develop skills in communication, interpersonal skills, infection control, safety, promoting independence, resident and/or patient rights, taking and recording vital signs, caring for resident’s and/or patient’s environment, recognizing and reporting abnormal changes in the body functions, personal care skills, mental health and social needs, and restorative nursing skills

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