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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) - Retention Bonus

Currently offering a $1,000 retention bonus. Shift differential of $1.00 for 2nd and 3rd shift.
When you give your heart and soul to your job, you deserve to be valued.
Ide Management Group, a privately owned healthcare management company, manages LTC facilities in Indiana, Illinois and Iowa. IMG believes in the simple philosophy of "Residents First, Employees Always." It goes back to the true foundation of why healthcare is so important. Certified Nursing Assistants are the hands-on caregivers who make a difference everyday. We appreciate the job you do and invite you to consider sharing your talents in an environment where
Resident's First, Employees Always
Competitive pay, based on experience
Full benefits package for full-time over 30 hours/week
Partial benefits availability for less than 30 hours/week
Various other opportunities for growth and advancement
Qualifications:
Compassion, patience, dedication to excellent care
Graduate of a state-approved Certified Nursing Assistant training program. Previous geriatric experience preferred.Certificates and Licenses:
State Board of Health Certified Nursing Assistant certificate in good-standing
Other:
Various background checks and pre-employment drug test required
Equal Opportunity Employer



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