There are many ways in which you can write a letter to inform an employer of your intention to leave your job as a CNA. Resignation letters must be written truthfully and with much tact as they are your ticket out of an organization. Many people believe that providing detail in a resignation letter is not necessary. However, if you provide some detail you have a good chance of being understood and released from your duties without many issues.
Typically, resignation letters of Certified Nursing Assistants contain limited information – intent to leave, a notice period, reason for leaving and some niceties about the time that you have spent in the environment may be the only information that you need to provide.
For certified nursing assistants looking for a resignation letter sample, the following can be used for reference:
CNA Resignation Letter Sample 1
June 11, 2014
Ms. Olivia Logan
Sarosota Point Rehabilitation Center
901 Central Avenue
Belcourt, ND 72910
Dear Ms. Logan:
This letter serves to inform you about my decision to resign from my position as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Sarosota Point Rehabilitation Center effective from July 10, 2014. I have accepted another position at a local hospital and will need to report for work in the second week of July.
I want to thank you the entire staff of Sarosota Point Rehabilitation Center for the support that I have been provided with during the two years that I have worked here. I had the fortune to work with the best nursing team in Belcourt and I am truly appreciative of that. I began working as an inexperienced nursing assistant but I am leaving as a learned one for which I must thank my supervisors who trusted me enough to provide me with this opportunity.
The decision to leave was not easy and I was only able to make this decision after much contemplation. I have learnt most of what I know here and will take good memories with me. I understand that as part of my nursing contract, I need to train my replacement before I leave. Please let me know how you would like me to go about this. I assure you that I will handle the training process diligently along with any other tasks that I need to take into account as part of the leaving process.
I wish Sarosota Point Rehabilitation Center’s amazing nursing team all the best for all future endeavors.
Certified Nursing Assistant
Employee No: 602147
Putting together a good resignation letter is an important part of leaving a CNA job professionally and gracefully. Always write your resignation in a positive tone because you need a reference from the employer in future.
CNA Resignation Letter Sample 2
June 11, 2014
Mr. Joseph Andrew
32 Subway Street
Oshawa, ON E4S 3A1
Dear Mr. Andrew:
I am writing this letter to inform you of my resignation from my position as a Certified Nursing Assistant. My last day of work will be June 25, 2014 (including two weeks’ notice period) as per my employment contract with the Oshawa Healthcare.
I would like to express my gratitude and appreciation for your outstanding leadership and guidance during my stay at ABC Hospital. I have learned a lot of new skills and knowledge about patient care and ADL assistance. These skills will be of great value to me throughout my career in healthcare field. I express my appreciation to all my co-workers who supported me in all difficult situations.
I will be available at my place of work till June 25, 2014 4:00 noon. My handing taking process will also complete during this time period. I will do my greatest to finish the pending assignments and for a smooth changeover. If there is any particular work you would like me to perform during my notice period, please let me know.
Again, I am thankful for the opportunities and assistance you have provided me during my tenure at the Oshawa Healthcare.
Maria Davis, CNA
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