Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Health Aide

Location: Middletown, RI

Department: Elder Services

Type: Part Time to Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

Child & Family reimburses Home Health Aide (CNA) for work-required travel time and mileage costs.

Job Summary:

  • Provide personal assistance, general support and companionship for Senior clients living in their homes throughout Newport County.
  • Report changes in the client's environment, as well as their physical and mental well-being to the Program Supervising Nurse.
  • Provide personal care and/or other nursing assistant duties per current State regulations and in accordance with established plan of care.
  • Perform general housekeeping tasks (vacuum, dust, mop, wash floors, etc.) grocery shopping, other shopping and/or errands; laundry and ironing; meal preparation and planning;
  • No nights, weekends, or holidays required; travel time and mileage reimbursement.


  • Must be a Certified Nursing Assistant - licensed through the RI Department of Health
  • Experience and/or interest in working with the elderly
  • Valid driver’s license required
  • Basic knowledge of the structure and content of the English language.
  • Fluency in Portuguese or Spanish a plus.

Benefits Summary:

The competitive benefits program offered to full-time employees by Child & Family includes, but is not limited to:

• Medical and dental insurance
• 401(k) employer-matched retirement plan
• Life and long-term disability insurance
• Discounted child care available at main building
• Employee Recruitment Program (ERP)
• Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
• Worksite wellness programs
• Generous paid leave
• Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)


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C&F strives to achieve a workforce that includes representation of qualified affirmative action group members in proportion to the qualified and available target group workforce in the community that we serve.


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