While I am satisfied working in hospice and happy with my employer for the most part, there is some instability going on, and it may lead to changes in my position I'm not in favor of making.A smaller hospital near me has posted a full time night shift position for a CNA in the postpartum unit. Can anyone who's worked in that role give me some ideas as to what the duties would be? Obviously vitals and personal care, tidying the unit and stocking supplies. But is there anything I might not be considering, basically only having experience with an elderly/middle age adult population?One thing I wonder about is circumcision. I am extremely opposed this practice, and in my state the rate is very low, but some people still do it. I doubt I'd be directly involved, but I could be wrong.I admit, part of me is like, "OMG you mean I could get paid to be around new babies all the time?! Squee....." Another part knows that changing jobs right now would mean putting off school, but I can't afford school without my employer's tuition assistance anyway, so if current job goes bye bye, it's moot. Then there's the hassles of changing insurance, etc, but anyway.... if anyone can offer their experience I'd appreciate it.