Covenant Health

Certified Nursing Assistant

Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center
Department Name




Certified Nursing Assistant, Float Pool

Full Time, 72 Hours Per Pay Period, Night Shift


At Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, our nursing Float Pool consists of an amazing team with a wide skill set that are trained to staff all acute care units in our hospital including our:

  • Neuroscience Unit
  • Pulmonary / Complex Medical Unit
  • Post-Surgical Unit
  • Nephrology Unit
  • Oncology Unit
  • Orthopedic Unit
  • Patricia Neal Rehab Center
  • Cardiology Unit

Our float pool exists to help out every unit throughout our facility during times of ever changing patient census and staffing needs. We require at least one year of recent nursing assistant experience as a requirement to join our float pool. As an incentive for the flexible nature of our positions, we offer an additional shift differential to all float pool employees.


Our hospital nursing and support staff consists of RNs, LPNs, CNA/PCAs, and HUCs who work together to provide exceptional patient care. We have a supportive environment and an orientation tailored to your needs.


If you are passionate about putting patients first and you think variety is the spice of life, apply for our float pool today!


Position Summary: Functions as a direct patient caregiver performing tasks to assist registered nurses.  Performs hands-on care, assistance with ADL’s and specified technical tasks for a group of patients under the supervision of the Team Leader.


Minimum Education: None specified; will accept any combination of formal education and/or prior work experience sufficient to demonstrate possession of the knowledge, skill and ability needed to perform the essential tasks of the job, typically such as would be equivalent to a high school diploma or GED.  Preference may be given to individuals possessing a HS diploma or GED.


Minimum Experience: None.


Licensure Requirement: CPR required.


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