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Ever dream of working in the most in-demand industry for the years to come? This kind of stability is surely what every member of the workforce dreams of! Why not double the reward and satisfaction by landing a travel assignment in one of the most top destinations for caregiving travel?  Hawaii is in need of both local and travel CNAs to respond to continuous demand for healthcare and social support.

By 2025, the Health Care and Social Assistance sector is projected to open more than 2000 new jobs for both local and travel CNAs. Specifically, the top three industries within this sector include Home Health Care Services, Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities, and HMO Medical Centers. Would you like to start or further your career in the art and science of caring? Read on as we got some things for you to think about!

Hawaii is one of the states with the oldest population. Because of this, there is a steady rise of demand for chronic care and rehabilitation. If you live in Hawaii, this might be the perfect start to stabilize your future and career! It is impossible to run out with options as every hospital, clinic, and nursing homes will always need a dedicated and skilled team of healthcare workers to provide quality patient care.

What is a CNA?

A health care team is composed of individuals with a variety of knowledge and skills all critical to provide holistic care for all people of walks of life. Being a certified nursing assistant (CNA) is one of these rewarding careers. If you find fulfilment in rendering physical and emotional care, this is the perfect career to pursue! Make a difference in the lives of the people that you will work with.

Under the supervision of a nursing staff, CNAs are tasked to provide basic patient car. They help those who are sick, disabled, or injured with their activities of daily living like feeding, grooming, and bathing. They also play a vital role in keeping healthy people well by providing health education. The job is physically demanding and would also involve assistance in patient transport. As much as it is fast-paced and exciting, it will also slow you down and make you more human.  

Of course, it’s no longer just skill competency that is the focus of nursing assistant education. As the industry is ever changing, CNAs are also trained to possess compassion, therapeutic communication, and critical thinking skills needed to provide competent care.

If you wanna take on this path, Hawaii has several certification, associate degree, and bachelor degree programs for this with a number of financial supports on the side as well. As this is the fastest growing industry, you might want to consider being in the healthcare and social assistance field.

For those already living a fulfilling CNA life in Hawaii, we have several openings for staffing needs. Let us know how we can be of assistance to you.

What do you need in order work as a Certified Nursing Assistant?

To work as a CNA in Hawaii, here are the basic requirement that you need to submit:

  • Certifications – CNA license, current first aid certificate, and current CPR or BLS certificate
  • Latest laboratory test results – two TB steps within the past 12 months, chest x-ray not older than 5 years accompanied by TB Risk Assessment from the Department of Health not older than 1 year
  • Physical examination within the last 12 months

For questions and clarifications, our 24/7 agency support will be happy to accommodate you and your concerns. There may be other minor requirement needed by different facilities but these are basic ones that you should keep a neat file on. Organizing this meticulously will facilitate a smooth application process!

Do you think of relocating to Hawaii?

We understand that Hawaii is a charm only the few can resist. Many travel CNAs arrive here and never want to go home as if hit by an intense dose of the Aloha spirit! We don’t blame you, we locals are just equally smitten with this place.

Travel Care Hawaii works with travel CNAs who would like to move here for good. Let us know your story! Know that you have available opportunities with us. The same is true for those travel CNAs whose contracts are about to end but would like to extend. No current opening under the travel agency that represents you? We got you some for you!

Have you got questions on how to go about the relocating process? Let us know how we can help you and one of our enthusiastic and thorough recruiters will communicate with you. We don’t see the caregiving opportunities run out for a long, long time  and we need as many hands as we can who would love to care for the people of The Big Island.

Aside from career stability, Hawaii is a great place to pursue outdoor hobbies, learn about culture, and bask in the warm and great sense of community among people.  The Aloha philosophy is the way of life that you want to grow old with.

We’d Love to Work with You!

Here in Travel Care Hawaii, we believe in safeguarding the welfare of both our local and travel CNAs. We strive to match our caregivers to the best suited assignments for us! We believe in the art of this perfect placement and matching. We hire travel RN and CNAs for contracts between 26-39 weeks.

So, how does it work? Caregivers tell us their preferences and availability and we match them with the assignment that matches their needs and skills. Through this, we keep our caregivers we represent satisfied and inspired so they can perform best in their respective work.

Let’s start the series of beautiful destinations made for you!

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