I'm starting cna classes next week and when I find a job i would like to find something close and that pays good. The best thing I could find in my area was a place called christian living communities, they start at 12 or 13 depending on the shift, and they have many different shifts. I would love to apply there, the only problem is I'm an atheist and don't believe in god or jesus. Is that something they would ask? I don't have anything against other people's beliefs, and usually keep things like that to myself, but if they asked I don't think I could lie and go against my beliefs. Has anyone here worked at a christian based place and did they ask someone their religious beliefs. I'm not planning on working there forever either, just while I go to nursing school
. Sorry for such a weird q's
Sep 3, '12
Sorry had to change my post, I put it on the wrong comment. That sounds like a good idea, the only problem is I'm a terrible liar.
Last edit by mls4455 on Sep 3, '12
: Reason: wrong post
Sep 3, '12
What is good is that this place is upfront about bring a Christian centre. Worse would be joining a place and THEN realising you have practically joined a Church.
I would not mention your religion or lack of unless and until you are offered a job and it becomes an issue. Apply, and if you get an interview, ask to look around the facility. Look around to see how much religion is incorporated into the daily routine. If you find that you will be required to do anything which would make you uncomfortable or feel a hypocrite then think twice about the job. Then if you DO feel that way, turn down the job with your reasons... you never know, they might then address your concerns
Last edit by JDZ344 on May 14, '14