Hi again everyone something interesting came up at my facility this week. It was posted on the board in the employee break room, it said our facility was currently seeking an Admit/MDS CNA Monday-Friday with 8-4 hours. This is a first to me I've never heard of this, and never new a CNA could advance to a position like this. I got a chance to speak with the ADON about this position and she said the position would include assisting the MDS/Admit Nurse with assessments likes getting baseline vitals, turning residents for skin assessments, getting weights, taking heights and abdominal girths, preparing new admit rooms eliciting admission packs, showing residents and families around the facility and helping file papers and running areas in the office. This sounds like a job I would love to take but the problem is that it only pays 2.50 more an hour than floor CNA, and it's a fixed Monday through Friday income and with my EMS job it would be impossible, and is this even a legal position because I have never seen this at any other facility? O and another duty would be performing safety assessment surveys on supervised surveys and giving the survey to the MDS Coordinator! Any input on this kinda position?