Job Description

On-Boarding for theNurse Assistant Training Program (NATP) will begin in March, 2019
We are excited to announce our in-house .  We are accepting applications for eight (8) TEMPORARY full time positions to participate in this paid training program.  These eight (8) positions are temporary, non-benefited positions, not to exceed seven (7) weeks.  These positions may or may not provide opportunity for a permanent placement after successful completion of all course work and CNA license is obtained.  The employee/students must maintain compliance with all District and Training Program policies.  To be considered for future or continued employment with the District at the completion of the NATP, candidation must obtain an active California Certified Nurse Aide license within 90-days of completion of the NATP.  Subsequent full time CNA positions will be filled by the candidates determined to be the best fit for the positions.  Completion of the NATP does not guarantee or automatically grant future or continued employment.  
NOTICE:  The following items must be collectively completed for all applicants prior to the class beginning:  
  1. Receipt of Application
  2. Interview
  3. Pre-Employment Physical, Drug Screen, and Infection Prevention Clearance
  4. Fingerprint submission to the Department of Justice, and clearance to proceed with CNA license application

These items, specifically the Department of Justice, may delay the start date of employment and the Training Program by several months.

The EPHC District NATP does not discriminate against any people or persons with an actual or percived protected class, in accordance with all state and federal anti-discrimination regulations.  If you are interested in being paid to be trained as a nursing assistant, please apply below.