Crestwood Behavioral Health, a Public Benefit Corporation is proud to be California’s leading provider of mental health services. Together we invest our energy to enhance the quality of life, social integration, community support and empowerment of mental health clients.

Our Values: Family, compassion, commitment, enthusiasm, flexibility, character and social responsibility- drive the work that we do every day, at all our campuses. These values are integrated into every area of the company’s operations and they serve as the foundation of the programs and services we provide. We are deeply committed to creating a positive impact on society and the environment.

We know that there are many places you could work, but we invite you to come make a difference with us!

Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA):

Under the supervision of the Nursing Supervisor, the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is responsible in the provision of routine daily nursing care and services that support the care delivered to the clients, in accordance with the established nursing care procedures and as directed by Nursing Supervisor. Other duties may be assigned as needed by the Director of Nursing Services or designee, unit supervisor, DSD, and Infection Control Nurse.

Eligible for + $2/hr pandemic pay

CNA Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent preferred.
  • Possess a current, valid certification issued by the California State Department of Health Service (new grads welcome to apply!).
  • Ability to follow directions, be dependable and complete assigned responsibilities

CNA Responsibilities:

  • Ensure clients are comfortable while maintaining privacy
  • Helping clients with movement and hygiene as necessary
  • Timely reporting of a change in clients condition to supervisor
  • Protecting clients confidentiality per HIPAA standards

Pay: From $17.50 per hour, address is 2171 Mowry Ave in Fremont, this is a nuero-behavioral facility. 

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We offer Full Time employees comprehensive health benefits (Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, AD&D) as well as generous time away programs, flexible schedules, extensive training, tuition reimbursement and 401k retirement programs.

Crestwood Pandemic Response:

Supporting the safety and health of our clients and staff is our highest priority, responsibility, and privilege. Our goal is to provide a safe and sanitary environment for clients, staff, and visitors, and to help prevent the development and transmission of infection. Our Pandemic Response Committee partners with health experts across the country and connects with all of our facilities to ensure we are providing the best possible solutions (including preventive measures, protective equipment, emotional support, education, etc.) to meet staff and client needs.

Crestwood Behavioral Health, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a background investigation including criminal history and identity check.

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