I was curious if there are any good registries hospitals use for CNA's? It's been pretty tough finding a CNA position in a hospital. I work in assisted living/SNF now. But, I really want to work in an acute setting. Is anyone registered with a good agency that places them in hospitals?
May 9, '12
If you find out, please tell us too.
I am not trying to be pessimistic, but it looks like there is so much competition among CNAs that nobody is just going to come and give you a job, just like that.
May 10, '12
I don't know where you live, but near where I live there are. Private message me if you want info.
May 11, '12
Agencies list openings for hospital CNA positions on craigslist in my area. Check out the employment websites.
May 11, '12
I live in Orange County. It seems most Craigslist agencies are asking for 1 year acute experience. Of course we all know this game: No one will hire you without experience so how do we gain experience? I've been working at my facility now for over a year. But most places want acute not SNF or Assisted Living. I'll let you guys knows what I find out. I started applying for jobs the day I entered my CNA course. I have been applying to hospital jobs ever since.
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