Generic NAE Form
Interested in becoming a Nurse Aide Evaluator?
Full Job Description
More states entrust their nurse aide credentialing program to Credentia than any other provider in the United States. We are the exclusive provider of the National Nurse Aide Assessment Program® (NNAAP®) exam developed and maintained by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN). Our nurse aide credentialing program has administered written and clinical examinations to nearly five million candidates nationwide over nearly 30 years. Our mission is to maximize public health and safety, supporting our healthcare community with the most effective nurse aide credentialing practices available while providing a hassle-free and convenient testing experience for all nurse aide candidates.
Nurse Aide Evaluator (NAE), “Supplement Your Income on Your Schedule while helping your community.”
Credentia Nurse Aide Evaluators (NAEs) play a vital role in providing testing services required for entry-level nurse aide jobs. Our NAEs have helped thousands of nurse aides to launch their careers in healthcare. Working as an NAE you will enjoy flexible scheduling, leading between one and three events a week, allowing for flexibility around primary work and family responsibilities. Proctoring nurse aide testing enables you to leverage registered nursing skills and knowledge and to earn extra income in a less stressful way than in traditional patient care environments. The compensation level for this position is more aligned with nurse proctoring wages compared to higher clinical nurse wages associated with traditional patient care environments.
We have many opportunities in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Rhode Island, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi, Alabama, Colorado, and Washington.
Credentia is seeking NAEs to administer the NNAAP® examination to eligible nurse aide candidates. The examination consists of a written examination and a skills demonstration examination. The NAE will proctor the written exam which is limited to a maximum of two hours. The skills demonstration exam is timed and consists of observing the nurse aide candidate demonstrate five randomly selected skills from a predetermined test pool of skills. You choose the locations and exams you are willing to administer based on your availability. The time commitment is flexible and varies per the number of candidates to be tested. We are looking for professional, energetic RNs who share in our vision of world-class nurse aide testing that advances the broader good of healthcare services ensuring safe and effective care in our communities.
Job Requirements Education, training, experience:
Registered nurses who meet the OBRA 1987-1989 standards of having at least one year of experience caring for the elderly or chronically ill of any age may apply to become a Credentia NAE. RN Nurse Aide Evaluators must have a current nursing license in good standing which has been active for a minimum of two years. They must carry automobile liability insurance. Prior to administrating the NNAAP® Examination, the RN will be required to complete orientation which may include a workshop and candidate testing events working with an experienced Credentia NAE. The RN must successfully complete the orientation process to become an active NAE.
Intermediate technical skills and experience with common applications such as web browsers, email, and pdf files.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Must be able to talk for the entire working shift.
Must be able to hear without aid for the entire working shift.
Must be able to stand, walk, and hold a large notebook for up to the entire working shift.
Must be able to use hands (handle or feel) and reach with hands and arms as needed during the working shift.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs., as needed.
Must be able to see with clear vision up-close (at a distance of 20 inches or less)
Must be able to provide regular, predictable attendance and punctuality for each working shift.
Must be able to work on-site at testing location(s).
Must be able to operate and travel by their own car, as needed.
Caring for elderly or chronically ill: 1 year (Required)
Registered Nurse: 1 year (Required)
We have opportunities 7 days a week!
Registered Nurse (RN) (Required)