A Rewarding Place to Work
Make Every Day Uniquely YOU!
As a Certified Nurses’ Aide (CNA), you’ll walk through our doors into an environment that feels like home – a place where we encourage you to treat every resident as an individual and provide individualized care based on their preferences.
As a CNA, you’ll work alongside our nursing team to deliver quality care to your residents. You will become an advocate for their health and well-being. Feel rewarded knowing that your residents rely on you for anything from their daily care needs to a mealtime conversation.
Build relationships and make an impact!
Our Team Touches Lives and Makes a Difference
Building personal relationships takes time. We encourage our team members to sit with our residents, listen to their stories—really get to know them. That’s how we create special moments for our residents, their families and each other. Scroll below to get to know some of our team members!
Washington Campus, Southmont
Full-time, Weekend Program, 7 am – 7 pm
The Weekend Program is designed to provide team members with the opportunity to work every weekend at a premium rate and be eligible for benefits.
A Career That Counts!
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network creates a work environment that values our team members’ unique skills and talents. We encourage our CNAs to make the most of their roles by working with our nursing team to provide the care our residents deserve while building lasting relationships. Our unique person-centered environment lets you provide care based on your residents’ schedules. We welcome people who have aspirations of becoming a CNA and we even offer classes and training to help you receive your certification. Find a career you can make unique to YOU!
Interested in a Career in Home Health?
CNA Training Classes
Our Certified Nurse’s Aide training will prepare you for the certification exam and upon passing, you will become a Certified Nurse’s Aide at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.
The cost of training, exam fees and full-time wages during training are paid by Presbyterian SeniorCare Network.
Training courses are offered in the Oakmont, Washington and Erie areas.