Now-HiringFacebook is a useful tool to reach potential employees. Our Utah CNA Centers Facebook page has over 2,900 page likes and grows every day. Anyone is welcome to make visitor posts on the page, but for greater exposure and more responses, we can post for you to make sure it reaches as many potential candidates as possible. 

This sample is a general idea of what your job listing would look like.  This is free and has had great results. To see examples of real Job Postings, browse our Facebook page. While you’re there, please like our page!

There are two ways to take advantage of our Job Posting Program:

Let US post your ad. It shows up in the main news feed and reaches more people than a ‘visitor’ post.  It is easy and free. 

Post a Boosted ad. If you want to dramatically increase your reach, Facebook has a “Boost” component that is inexpensive and substantially increases the reach of your ad. For only $20, we post your ad and boost it for you. After submitting your form, contact our office at 801.990.9333 to submit payment.

To submit a Job Post, click the link below and complete the following form. The post will stay on Facebook indefinitely, but will be most effective for the first few days. When we can, we also email a weekly job update to students including recent job posts.

Click here to submit your job posting information!

In return for posting your ad, we ask you to please:

  • Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UTAHCNATrainingCenters
  • Let us know if you end up hiring any of our students. The more students are hired, the more likely they are to check in with us to see job postings.
  • If you love your new hires and this program helped you find recruits, please post a positive review of Utah CNA Centers on Facebook or Google.

*If you are with a long term care organization, and would be interested in having our students perform their clinical rotations with your facility, please email our Administrative staff at admin@utahcnacenters.comMany long term care facilities hire our aids during clinicals!