LNA evening shift job openings in our Manchester, NH skilled nursing facility include part-time and full-time with flexible schedules for work/life balance. Working at Hanover Hill feels like being part of a family dedicated to improving the health and comfort of all who live under our roof. Nurses care deeply for our residents, and many describe the relationships similar to the bonds with their own grandparents. Our staff cherishes the friendships formed while supporting each other in our home-like environment. This position requires a current LNA license in the State of NH. New graduate rates start at $23-24 per hour for evening shift. Wages negotiable based on license, shift and experience.
If you have a sincere desire to deliver quality, daily nursing care to the elderly population; provide the attention, compassion and respect to support the needs of residents and patients living with or recovering from illness and disability; and value working in a supportive team, then we want you to become part of our work family!
Under the direction of a licensed nurse, the Licensed Nursing Assistant delivers compassionate care while achieving positive clinical outcomes and resident/patient satisfaction. LNA functions within the scope of practice of his/her license and according to facility policies and procedures.
|Full-time, part-time, starting at $23-24/hour
|Flexible 3-11 p.m. schedules with shift differential. 12 & 16 hour shifts also available.
|No experience required. New grads welcome. On the job training offered.
|Sign-On Bonus - $3,000 full-time, $2,500 part-time. Health, Dental, Vision, Accident, Cancer, Life Insurances, Short Term Disability, Long Term Disability, Generous Earned Time package for full-time employees. We also offer education assistance/tuition reimbursement, employee meal program, and other fun perks/incentives
Current LNA license in the State of NH. Applicants must be dedicated to improving the health and comfort of others by following our core values of compassion, respect, honesty, fairness, and responsibility. Tuition reimbursement offered for LNA classes.
Care for patients and residents in a manner conducive to safety and comfort. Provide assistance with fundamental skills, under the direction of the nursing supervisor, including daily dressing and hygiene routines, meal assistance, mobility and functional nursing care, wound and skin care, and other activities of daily living. Obtain and record clinical data (e.g., vital signs, heights, weights), conduct point of care testing (e.g., bladder scans, glucose monitoring, oxygen therapy), and other duties as indicated. Use standard precautions when caring for all patients. Adhere to Contact and/or Droplet Precautions as directed. Participate in the education of quality measures. Work daily to achieve desired results for each individual patient.
"To me, Hanover Hill is more than a company. It's a family that cares about you, supports you and help you achieve your full potential.."
- - Aileen Fabilla, Assistant Director or Nursing