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Looking to become a Certified Nursing Assistant?

Get paid for training, immediate employment, and opportunity for advancement with our Trained Nursing Assistant program at Chelsea Jewish Lifecare!

Chelsea Jewish Lifecare is currently seeking candidates for our Trained Nursing Assistant positions. These positions are assistants to the CNAs and provide real-world training on how to become a successful CNA.

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Get On-The-Job Training To Become A CNA

The Training Nursing Assistant (TNA) provides direct and indirect care to residents under the supervision of a nurse and performs other duties assigned by nurses and other clinical and administrative leadership. The Trained Nursing Assistants also collaborate with the interdisciplinary team to maximize the quality of life for our residents. Not only does our program provide the necessary training, the majority of our trainees are hired after they complete the course and get their certification!

Current Open Positions

Trained Nursing Assistant - Become a CNA!

Jeffrey and Susan Brudnick Center for Living

Full Time

Per Diem

Part Time

Trained Nursing Assistant - Become a CNA!

Katzman Family Center for Living

Full Time

Per Diem

Part Time

We are very excited about the TNA classes. It really is a win-win situation for everyone involved in the program.

Tammy Starion, Director of Nursing at Brudnick Center

We are very excited about the TNA classes. It really is a win-win situation for everyone involved in the program.

Tammy Starion, Director of Nursing at Brudnick Center

About Chelsea Jewish Lifecare

Chelsea Jewish Lifecare is a non-profit healthcare organization that provides exceptional service-enriched residential care and post-acute care for seniors and individuals living with debilitating neurological conditions such as ALS and Multiple Sclerosis. Our facilities and services are housed over multiple campuses throughout Chelsea and Peabody.

Details About The Program

Once individuals are accepted into the program, they are required to take an eight hour ACHA class and are paired with a CNA who has been carefully selected by the nursing team. There is also a competency sheet that needs to be completed. The TNA’s are provided with job descriptions, but of course, they are limited in their responsibilities until they have completed the class. Next, the TNA’s take an online course, which is taught by Karen Petruccelli, Vice President of Clinical Quality Improvement. In essence, clinical instruction is provided in conjunction with classroom theory and laboratory work.

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