Are you interested in training to become a Certified Nurse Aide as well as obtaining a full time job to work as a CNA when you have finished training? Grand Traverse Pavilions holds FREE CNA Training Classes multiple times each year, and if you are interested, please apply here so that you may be considered for this upcoming class. Applicants must be available Monday through Friday, 6:30am to 4:00pm during a 17 day training class from July 22 – August 9. After successful completion of the 17 day program, candidates must be able to work full time on the afternoon or midnight shift, with a starting wage, upon certification, of $15.23 per hour, plus 40 cent shift differential & 50 cent weekend differential. The class is filled using an application, interview, and hiring process. Those chosen for interviews will be contacted via phone by Human Resources. Full time positions offer excellent benefits including health, dental, and vision coverage, longevity bonus, retirement plans, and generous paid time off system. Please check back here often for more information about future CNA Training Class dates. Deadline to apply is July 5, 2019. However, we suggest that you apply as soon as possible to guarantee consideration, as space is limited in the class.
About Grand Traverse Pavilions
Grand Traverse Medical Care, the founding component and flagship of Grand Traverse Pavilions, has a tradition of excellence that spans more than four decades.
Opened in July of 1959, Grand Traverse Medical Care was built as the replacement for the 22 bed Boardman Valley Hospital. In June of 1998 it became the primary component of Grand Traverse Pavilions.
Home to more than 300 residents and 100 daily program participants, Grand Traverse Pavilions emulates 19th century buildings on-site, intricately balancing state-of-the-art accommodations and modern amenities with ambient, pastoral surroundings.
Among these offerings are adult day services, overnight respite, assisted living cottages, skilled long-term care, rehabilitation, dementia services, and health and fitness programs. Each is designed to nurture creativity, independence, and understanding among all constituents.