A CNA switching jobs or quitting work will need to provide his or her employer with a formal resignation letter. Although it is not necessary, but strongly recommended that you give the resignation reason in the letter.
A resignation letter for a CNA position is considered as a professional etiquette that shows your professionalism. It should be written carefully in order to secure a positive letter of recommendation from employer.
It is a standard practice in the USA and Canada to give a two-week notice period to your employer so that they can arrange your alternative.
Cynthia Albert, CNA
9332 Devonshire Road
Toms River, NJ 66663
cynthia @ email . com
August 3, 2015
Ms. Abigail Leroy
St. Louis Family Health Clinic
7736 Bellflower Ct
Toms River, NJ 11123
Dear Ms. Leroy:
I am writing to inform you of my decision to resign from the position of Certified Nursing Assistant from St. Louis Family Health Clinic. Please consider this letter as a two week’s notice (as per our contract) starting from today, effective August 17.
It makes me sad to leave such rewarding job that I have identified with for many years. I have had the opportunity to learn much more than an average nursing assistant – as your leadership and advice took my career a long way. I truly wish to find some way I could continue but I have some family matters back in Boston and I have no choice but to leave at this point. I would like to thank you for providing me with training in patient care arena and making me a valuable asset to the nation.
I will hand over all my work to whomever you consider right to replace me and assure you that any pending work will be completed before I leave. I look forward to working with you again if I will be provided with a chance in future.
Thank you once again for your guidance and support during my work at St. Louis Family Health Clinic.
Cynthia Albert – CNA