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Helping you thrive in your career.
Providing care for aging adults and people with physical disabilities isn’t just a job—it’s a deep commitment to work hard to help people when they need it most. And Long-Term CareWorks is here to work hard for you. We’ll provide you with training, apprenticeship, and mentorship to help you thrive in your career.
Interested in becoming a certified nursing assistant (CNA)? Long-Term CareWorks is now accepting applicants for its CNA Apprenticeship. This registered apprenticeship provides you with state-required training, on-the-job learning, and career support to allow you to master the skills you need in your first year as a CNA.
Let’s get you started. Skilled nursing facilities across Oregon are ready to hire dedicated, hard-working people like you, and Long-Term CareWorks is here to help connect you to opportunities. Positions open around the state include:
The main responsibility of a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is to assist long-term care residents with daily activities, like bathing, eating, and transporting themselves.
To become a CNA, you must complete 75 hours of instructional training and 80 hours of clinical training.
A dietary aide prepares food for residents by helping plan weekly meals, preparing ingredients, and keeping food preparation areas orderly and sanitized.
Most dietary aide positions require a high school diploma or GED.
Housekeeping professionals keep facilities tidy, sanitary, and safe. These positions are crucial to the overall health and safety of staff and residents alike.
Ready to take the first step? Let us know how to reach you. We’d love to share career opportunities in your area.
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