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At Hancock Hall, our employees are our most valuable resources. Our goal is to have the best skilled nursing staff in the Greater Danbury area. From our Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) to our Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs), our entire team receives vigorous training. This ensures that each resident and/or patient only receives the best care at Hancock Hall.
Are you thinking about becoming a CNA? Have you recently completed your CNA training course? If so, start your nursing career with us at Hancock Hall. We’re currently hiring full-time and part-time CNAs in the Greater Danbury area to join our team and assist our residents with activities of daily living in our facility.
If you’re interested in pursuing a career with Hancock Hall, you can easily apply on Indeed by clicking the link below!
Our staff are our best resource as they are our front line to our residents and patients. We want to make your employment experience at Hancock Hall the best it can be. As such, we provide you with a variety of Total Rewards in addition to your compensation. This includes traditional benefits, such as medical and dental coverage, but other perks that you will help to make the employee experience more fulfilling. Here are just a few of the perks available at Hancock Hall:
Evening, Night and Weekend Shift Differentials – Employees who work off-shifts and weekends are given differentials in accordance with their job classification. Your offer letter will explain your differentials in detail.
Paid Time off – Full-time and many part-time employees are eligible for vacation, holiday and sick time in accordance to the hours worked in accordance with their job classification. Your offer letter will explain your differentials in detail.
We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions in regards to nursing home employment with Hancock Hall. For additional questions, we encourage you to submit an application and speak with our recruitment team!
What does a CNA do in a nursing home?
Certified nursing assistants may also be called a nursing assistant, a nurse’s aid, or a patient care assistant. A CNA assists residents and nurses, helping with the various tasks directly related to the care of a resident. Some of a CNAs responsibilities include: moving patients, gathering medical supplies, assistance with patient grooming and more!
What does an LPN do at Hancock Hall?
A Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) is responsible for providing basic medical attention to patients and assessing their wellbeing as part of a larger medical team. Their duties include checking vital signs, recording a patient’s medical history and assisting patients with hygiene.
What growth opportunities are provided?
AAt Hancock Hall, we firmly believe professional development is a key element of keeping great staff. We love to see our employees excel in their positions and grow within our organization. Some of our staff may have started with us as a CNA and moved on to becoming an RN or LPN, others have moved into office roles. Whatever your growth plan is, we want to support you along the way.
What is the culture at Hancock Hall?
The culture at Hancock Hall is rooted in togetherness. We take pride in our sense of community and family throughout our entire team. Our employees express how supportive they feel and how willing they are to help each other when needed, which we believe sets us apart from other nursing home employers. Additionally, we have members of our staff that have been with us for over a decade!
At Hancock Hall, we want to provide the best experience for any who decide to pursue a career in nursing with us. Not only do we offer flexible scheduling and inclusive full-time benefits, but we offer additional unique perks for our employees. Our culture is centered around family and team-work, and we want you to feel supported in every way possible. Here are a few more perks when you choose Hancock Hall as your employer.