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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
2 days ago
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Hiring Event: CNA Interview Sessions in Los Angeles, CA

LA Community Hospital is offering interview sessions for caring and compassionate Certified Nursing Assistants, (CNA) in the area.

The Certified Nursing Assistant, (CNA) primary duties include taking and recording vital signs, assisting patients with hygiene and elimination, ensuring the safety of the patient, and maintaining a clean and safe unit environment. Assists with stocking unit supplies, operating hospital equipment as directed, performing routine clerical tasks, and assisting with other related duties as assigned.

Employee Value Proposition:

  • Company 401K
  • Medical, dental, vision insurance
  • Paid time-off
  • Life insurance

How to Apply for an Interview:

#LACommunityHospital #CNA #Nursing #healthcare #LosAngeles

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Lenin Pina
Community Specialist
10 months ago
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Great Culture Fit!

At UnitedHealth Group working to help people live healthier lives and to help make the health system work better for everyone isn't a one-size-fits-all job.

UnitedHealth Group's Workplace Mission & Values include:

  • Integrity
  • Compassion
  • Building Relationships
  • Innovation
  • Performance

The opportunities to deliver on our mission present themselves differently for everyone. It takes integrity, compassion, relationships, innovation and performance in action to make a difference.

Learn more about UnitedHealth Group's workplace values and missions and discover your next employment opportunities at https://careers.unitedhealthgroup.com

#UnitedHealth #Healthcare #entrylevel #CNA's #Nursing #MedicalAssistant

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Michelle Coles
about 4 years ago
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Temp vs Full time

My dilemma: I was terminated from my last position as a Nurse Manager in 7 months. Prior to this I was a Nurse Manager at another hospital and left for more better position and pay. I have been out of work 4 months now and have applied as both a Nurse Manager and Assistant Manager for open positions. I interviewed for 2 Nurse Manager positions but was declined, it seems once the interviewing manager saw the name if the last hospital which stands out in NYC as an excellent institution. Never mind the torture my supervisor and director put me through for the 7 months. I took no days off, never called out sick and worked padt my 7 1/2 hours to make sure my unit ran efficiently. I reported them to the EEOC but got nowhere. I contacted a lawyer who said "I'm sorry that happened to you, but they can terminate for whatever reason they want." Even the Director of HR was tied into my elimination. They posted my position when I was there almost 3 months and when I was asked by my staff if I was leaving and why, they alerted me my position was posted. My bosses and the director of HR said it wasn't and they had no idea what I was talking about when I showed them the printout. I was told it was an old posting. Finally I get offered a 13 week contract close to home; however, I won't be able to get medical insurance until a month from when the contract ends. This is an issue for me, as I really need medical. The hospital where the 13 week contract is has a posted full time position with benefits where I will be going. So I applied today. However, I am to meet with the agency tomorrow who got me the job. Because I really need a full time job with benefits, I am wondering if I should hold off taking the 13 week contract and try to contact the manager at the facility directly to see if she would hire me full time. Not sure what to do.

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Halide Roberts
about 5 years ago
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I m looking job

Hi Everybody, I had already finished my master program. I have had around 10 years experience in nursing job. So, l interesting any Nursing position in US special Florida. Could you help me about that?

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Ashley Orr-Mills
over 3 years ago
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looking for a lobg term job oppertunite

I am looking for a long term nursing/healthcare positions. I have worked in this feild for going on5 years now. .i love my work and enjoy what i do...if you have and openings or know of any please let me know..in the neosho missouri area

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Emma .
almost 3 years ago
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Well got fired today.

Well I ended up getting fired by my first nursing job. I just recently graduated out of college in July and found this job in October. There is this doctor who was kind of hateful towards me when I started. That provider kept calling each week over stuff about me, ( don't fully know what I done wrong ) Well over the weekend I was told I screwed up blood labs and I ask how did I manage that? Then the clinic manager said the provider has been calling each week to tell her I been making mistakes and this weekend was my final straw. I told her that I dunno how I mess up when she was right there by the computer with me watching and telling me what to put in. But apparently I wasn't telling the truth and was told I shouldn't lie when I had no clue what was going on. I even told her that nobody said anything to me and why all of a sudden am I fired without getting warnings ? She just wouldn't listen to me. I'm very upset and angry cause it took me so long to find a nursing job and now I gotta find another one when it's extremely hard. Also I had people tell me it was wrong for them to send me away before Christmas. I just don't know what to do. I thought I did everything right but apparently not.

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Veronica Rodriguez
over 2 years ago
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Director of Pediatrics Nurse: Director of Nursing Full-time Las Vegas, NV

Director of Pediatrics Nurse: Director of Nursing Full-time Las Vegas, NV overview Director of Pediatrics Las Vegas, Nevada Full-time, No weekends

Looking for a role in management or leading a team? Are you skilled in problem solving and thrive on managing many responsibilities? We have a director position that could be yours!

This job is for someone who will confidently and carefully lead the operations of the Pediatrics department. This person will create and maintain effective systems to make sure all operations are running smoothly.

If you enjoy leading a team and thinking outside the box when it comes to process improvement, this position could be a great fit for you!

The incumbent is responsible for the overall management and coordination of comprehensive pediatric nursing services for the Children’s Hospital by planning, directing, and managing the day-to-day operations of the program to meet the unique needs of the patient and family ensuring a family centered, quality based, and collaborative environment. Networks with the community to promote the over all wellbeing and health care needs of children and their families.

Top reasons to love this job:

  • Nevada’s largest, most comprehensive children’s hospital dedicated to caring for infants, children, adolescents and expectant mothers.
  • Competitive salary and bonus offered
  • Opportunity to lead a pediatric team at one of the top facilities in the state

Skills and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing (BSN) from an accredited school of nursing; – Minimum
  • Master’s Degree - Preferred
  • Minimum of 10 plus years in healthcare or its equivalent with a minimum of 10 years in acute care of which 5 years are managerial hospital experience.
  • Recent pediatric/neonatal acute care experience.
  • Current license to practice nursing in the State of Nevada.

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Carrie Beckwith
over 2 years ago
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Ive been lied on so much and treated so bad in the nursing field until its really unreal.aleays drew unemployment after being fired untruthfully, which means it eas found that the fire was duebto no fault of my own. I mean , how does this happen? I

I mean, I've been lied on and told by the nEOn and other HR parties that they could not tell me who lied on me because they were not at liberty to tell me. Well in nursing school I was told if something was done so wrong while nursing, that the board sits around and you do get to face your accuser. I've been an LPN for 22 years and I liked the first 12 years of it. Otherwise, I really hate my career. I live in home duty if I could ever get a family that appreciates my service. I've never been reprimanded by the state or any of this serious stuff. Can somebody help?

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linda burnham
almost 3 years ago
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nursing

its your first time . always have back up no matter what always look for something else while you have that first job .keep on going .but never tell .

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Jennifer Rush
over 2 years ago
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any one looking for a job

hi my name is Jennifer i work in a nurseing home we r hiring for house keeping and laundry and CNA and if u want to become a cna u would have to stat as a pna and do classes to become a cna we need days eve and overnight if anyone interrested plz let me know so i can give any one info the bosses r amazing and the residents r great

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