CNA Sample Job Interview Questions

CNA Sample Job Interview Questions

 

Here are sample CNA job interview questions designed specifically for the Nursing career. Be sure to check out more Nursing interview questions.

Describe your experience with preparing & serving normal meals; assisting with eating.

How do you avoid mistakes when making and changing bed/linens; dusting and vacuuming rooms?

what interests you most about this job as a CNA?

Tell me about a time as a CNA when you had to negotiate expectations with (parents, professors, peers).

Tell me about one of your most successful formal presentations as a CNA. What was your approach?

What is the corporate vision of your current company? In what ways have you made this happen in everyday activities as a CNA?

What changes have you tried to implement in your area of responsibility? What have you done to get them under way?

In your view, what is the most important aspect of reporting any change in mental & physical condition or home situation to the nurse? Why?

What qualities do you think make a great CNA?

What do you find most challenging when tidying kitchen, dishwashing, tidying bedroom, bathroom and personal laundry . Why?

Some people like to work on their own (out of home, a car, etc.) while others like to work out of an office. Which do you prefer as a CNA and why? What is your experience doing this?

What’s the most difficult CNA job you’ve ever done?

What do you know about when helping patients with bathing in bed, tub and shower; grooming; care of teeth & mouth?

What do most new staff forget to do when transferring from bed to chair, wheelchair and in walking with or without devices?

Have you ever set up a course of action to accomplish a long-range goal or vision as a CNA? What was it and how did you set it up?

What did you like least about your last job?

Describe a time when you identified a defect that had escaped others' attention.

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Bonus Questions


  • Why would you be an asset to our company?
  • Departmental boundaries in organizations occasionally present obstacles in gaining cooperation. What have you done in situations like this?
  • Are there any techniques you have found useful in identifying the needs and potential of individuals? Tell me how these techniques worked with a particular person.

Daily Interview Tip

Expand on what you've written in your resume and it's a good idea to have some new examples ready, too. But as long as you've been truthful, what you're really doing in an interview is living up to your promise. Don't let your nervousness come across as lack of confidence. Pretending to feel confident, even when you actually don An employer will often interview several qualified applicants for a job. An interview can be a simple, informal meeting between you and your potential employer.