I am in a small community hospital so, together, there are only about 150 CNAs and UCs. Most are just one or the other, CNA or UC, some do both jobs (not at the same time!!!impossible!!!)They aren't calling this position a "manager" either because you need a degree for a management position(at my hospital, anyway)and they want someone who does the job to take the position. I really don't see the position as management but educational. I have been a CNA for many years and have done UC full time for about 11/2 years and just got certified for that, resently. I still work as a CNA out on the floor about once a week. My hope is to create some sort of CNA and UC career ladders, advanced skill for somes CNAs(within our scope of practice, of course)and promote certification for UCs. - well, I don't have the job yet!!! I should find out this week!! Thanks for the encouragement, Mary.