Employment Application for Nurse Aide Staff

This application form is required by Title 63 § 1-1950.4 of state law and by the Oklahoma State Board of Health Rules OAC 310-2-15-3. This uniform application shal be used as the only application for employment of nurse aides in nursing and specialized nursing facilities, residential care homes, assisted living centers, continuum of care facilities, hospice programs, adult day care centers and home care agencies.
This employer does not discriminate in its hiring decisions or in any other employment decision on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, citizenship, national origin, veteran status, age or upon a physical or mental disability which is unrelated to the applicant's/employee's ability to perform the essential functions of the position.
  • Personal Information

  • List any other name(s) you have previously worked under, such as maiden name:
  • For purposes of Criminal History Records Search
  • Please enter emergency contact information:
  • Employment Desired

  • Hours Available to Work
  • Will you accept employment of:
  • US Military Record

  • Prior Work History

    List your last four (4) jobs beginning with your most recent or current employer.
    1. Remove Employer
    List name(s) of all other employers for the last five (5) years:
  • May we contact your present employer?
  • Have you ever been terminated or asked to resign from any position?
  • If yes, please provide reason.
  • Educational Background

    1. Remove Educational Institution
    If your school or employment records are under another name(s), indicate that name(s):
  • Certifications

    If you hold a current certification as a nurse aide (CNA), check the appropriate certification(s) below:
  • List all technical special skills or education honors, certificates, licenses, memberships or Medication Administration Technician (MAT) certification not previously listed
  • If you are a CMA, have you obtained your 8 hours of continuing education for the current 12-month certification period before your certification expires?
  • If yes, where and when did you obtain?
  • References

    List name, address and telephone number of three (3) references who are not relatives or former employers.
  • Background Information

    If you answer YES to any of the questions below, explain in the space after the question. The explanation for a YES answer should include, but not be limited to:
    1. State and/or jurisdiction
    2. Nature of complaint/offense
    3. Disposition of complaint and/or offense (e.g., "dismissed insufficient evidence", "deferred sentence")
    4. Date of disposition
    5. Detail any correspondence received by you, the applicant, regarding the complaint/offense
    Have you ever: 1.) participated in a first offender program; 2.) deferred adjudication or other program or arrangement where adjudication has been withheld; 3.) pled guilty or no contest; 4.) been convicted; 5.) received a deferred sentence; and/or 6.) been sentenced for any criminal offense in any state or US jurisdiction regardless of whether this matter has been expunged or otherwise removed?
  • Have you ever been found in violation of any state, US jurisdiction, or federal law regulating the practice of a heath care profession?
  • Are any disciplinary actions or allegations, pending or substantiated, against you or your CNA certification or health care professional license in any state of U.S. jurisdiction?
  • Have you had any certificate, license, registration or other privelege to practice a health care profession denied, revoked, suspended, restricted, reprimanded, censured or placed on probation by a state or US jurisdiction, federal or foreign authority or have you ever surrendered such credential to avoid, or in connection with, action by such authority?
  • Applicant Certification and Agreement

    Please Read Carefully - If you answer NO to any of the questions below, explain the in space after the question.
    I understand the employer has the right to proceed with any criminal background check.
  • I understand as a part of the job selection process, I may be required to take a drug-screening test at the time of employment and if requested in accordance with the state and federal law at anytime during my employment. A test result that has been confirmed as positive will eliminate me from employment. If I refuse to sign this form and submit to drug testing, the employer will reject my application.
  • I understand I may be required to have a physical examination and I hereby consent to take a physical examination and any future physical examinations as required by the employer.
  • I understand if I am hired I will be required to produce proof that I have a legal right to work in the U.S.A. in accordance with the IRCA of 1986.
  • I understand this form is not an employment contract.
  • Previous CNA Training

    Complete this section only if you will require training.
    Please complete the following if you have had CNA Training in the past for any of these categories: LTC, HH, ADC, RC, or DDDC.
    1. Remove Training

    Important Information for the Job Applicant

    It is unlawful for any person to provide false information regarding a criminal conviction on this uniform employment application for nurse aides. Providing false information regarding a criminal conviction is a misdemeanor under Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1-1950.4a. Providing false information about a criminal conviction on this application is punishable by a fine not to exceed Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00), by imprisonment in the county jail for a term of not more than one (1) year, or by both such fine and imprisonment.

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  • I certify I have read and completed this application and that the information I have provided on this application is true and complete.

    Criminal Arrest Checklist

    Effective November 1, 2012, and in accordance with public law, Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1-1950.1, employment at this employer shall not be considered if the below signed individual has been convicted of, pled guilty or no contest to, or received a deferred sentence for, a felony or misdemeanor offense for any of the following offenses in any state or federal jurisdication, as stated by Oklahoma Statute, Section 1-1950.1(C)(1) of Title 63:
    1. abuse, neglect or financial exploitation of any person entrusted to the care or possession of such person,
    2. rape, incest or sodomy,
    3. child abuse,
    4. murder or attempted murder,
    5. manslaughter,
    6. kidnapping,
    7. aggravated assault and battery,
    8. assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, or
    9. arson in the first degree.
    Effective November 1, 2012, and in accordance with public law, Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1-1950.1, employment at this employer shall not be considered for the below signed individual if less than seven (7) years have elapsed since the completion of sentence1, and the results of a criminal history check reveal that the subject person has been convicted of, or pled guilty or no contest to, a felony or misdemeanor offense for any of the following offenses, in any state or federal jurisdiction, as stated by Oklahoma Statute, Section 1-1950.1(C)(2) of Title 63:
    1. assault,
    2. battery,
    3. indecent exposure and indecent exhibition, except where such offense disqualifies the applicant as a registered sex offender,
    4. pandering,
    5. burglary in the first or second degree,
    6. robbery in the first or second degree,
    7. robbery or attempted robbery with a dangerous weapon, or imitation firearm,
    8. arson in the second degree,
    9. unlawful manufacture, distribution, prescription, or dispensing of a Schedule I through V drug as defined by the Uniform Controlled Dangerous Substances Act,
    10. grand larceny, or
    11. petit larceny or shoplifting.
    1Pursuant to 63 O.S. § 1-1950.1(A)(5), "Completion of the sentence" means the last day of the entire term of the incarceration imposed by the sentence including any term that is deferred, suspended or subject to parole.
    It is further understood that if I am hired, it will be as a temporary employee until the employer receivers my criminal background check. If I have no criminal record in accordance with state law, I may be considered for employment, subject to training requirements and other requirements of the job for which I am applying with this employer.
    I hereby certify I have no disqualifications for employment as described above and specified in Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1-1950.1(C). My signature below authorizes the employer to run a check with the Nurse Aide Registry of the Oklahoma State Department of Health for notations of abuse, neglect or misappropriation of resident's property. I hereby give the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation authority to proceed with a criminal history records check as authorized by Title 63 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1-1950.1(B).