I worked there as a PCNA on H80, which is an internal med/telemetry floor. I only worked there for a short time though because I found a better position that was also much closer to home.
With that said, it seems like they are always hiring PCNAs. My interview process wasn't really a true interview...I met with the unit director, told me about the position, figured out a schedule and if I wanted to work FT, PT or PRN. I took a tour...etc. I think the only question they asked me was "tell me about yourself" lol. I think that unit was in desperate need of PCNAs, tbh.
Shift options are 12 hours where I worked, but it might be different by unit. I was only ever able to schedule for 12 hour shifts. For awhile I worked PRN days (three 12s a week) then switched to PRN nights once I was back in nursing school
(worked one maybe two shifts/week.) I never had to do rotating shifts like the nurses do, which is where you work two weeks on days, then two weeks on nights and repeat. I don't know if they changed that, but keep that in mind if you're not interesting in working rotating shifts. I never had a problem getting in my hours, either. Usually the PRN employees are the first to be called off but that was never the case for me. I can't tell you about the maximum number of hours because I only ever worked a max of three shifts/week. After three shifts on my floor that was all I could take lol. My unit was VERY busy.
PRN wage was like $12.50. Not sure what they pay FT or PT.