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OK! So I just recently passed the state test for the georgia CNA exam and I'm trying to find a couple of nursing homes to check out but when I go online to apply I have to go thru all this stuff like signing up for the major website like monster jobs ect. So my question is when I call a nursing home who would I call and ask to speak to about the hiring?

Asked By: jay543 - 5/17/2010
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The very best way to get a job as a CNA is to go in person. When you go into the facility, stop in their main office and ask who is in charge of hiring. It could be Human Resources- though many nursing homes don't have this department- it could be the Director of Nursing, it could be the Administrator of the nursing... More
Answered By: daddysnurse - 5/18/2010
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you should call "human resources" if a number is provided if not then ask the front clerks to transfer you.
Answered By: kekki - 5/17/2010
Hi. When you call the nursing homes or any potential employer for that matter, ask for their Human Resources or Personnel Department :)
Answered By: Rose - 5/17/2010
My suggestion is that you call the nursing home and ask to speak to the head nurse or medical director. Human Resource departments are not always the best people to speak with because depending on the size of the business they may be responsible for a lot of things other than hiring, and hiring may not be top of their... More
Answered By: RoadWarrior - 5/17/2010
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