Job Search for Family Practice
- 0Dec 27, '09 by ArmyWife4BabiesSo I am a military wife who will be moving back to the civilian world soon. I am having the hardest time looking for a job as a CNA in a family practice setting. Where do family practice or private offices post their job listings? I am also a certified lactation consultant. How would someone look for a job as a lactation consultant? I love working with kids, babies, and pregnant women but it is so hard to find a job in these fields if you don't know where to look. Any help is appreciated.
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- 0Dec 28, '09 by McBx3Hi ArmyWife
I am not sure about the CNA jobs, other than going to individual offices and dropping off a resume (some places hold them in case openings arise), but for the lactation consultant position, I would recommend going to the Health Dept., b/c most of the WIC offices have a lactation consultant on hand for mothers who need help.
Good luck in your job search, and welcome back to the civilian world
- 0Feb 2, '10 by imbriThe best luck I've had finding jobs online is through www.indeed.com. They don't list their own, but they scour other job-list sites and link them. It seems many places hiring LPNs and CNAs don't post to the big job-sites, and unless you know what you're looking for or you're already in a particular system you miss a lot of the jobs posted on the little sites around here.