Join the Rose Meadow Team

Updated 8.19.21

LNA/Life Skills Facilitator, Full/Part Time, All shifts: $15-$17 per hour 

Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED. Experience working in human services, LNA/CNA licensure, personal care attendant, or mental health aid experience. Valid NH Operator’s driver’s license required for first and second shift.

Hours of Work: First shift 7a-3p, Second shift 3p-11p, Third shift 11p-7a (Awake & Active) or Double shift 7a-11p. Alternating weekends and holidays is expected

Physical requirements: Frequent lifting and transferring of adults who may or may not be able to provide assistance is always done in teams of two. Additionally, this position requires frequent stairs, pushing, pulling, and bending, as well as prolonged standing and considerable walking.

The LNA/Life Skills Facilitator is responsible for providing direct assistance, care and supervision for the residents.

Responsibilities will include but not limited to:

  • Uphold the NH Patient’s Bill of Rights and perform all duties in accordance with Rose Meadow’s Mission Statement.

  • Providing, as necessary, direct hands-on care, including but not limited to, in the areas of hygiene, feeding, mobility and toileting.

  • Supervision, monitoring, and assisting residents with: activities of daily home and community living, recreational activities at home and in the community and community training.

  • Supervision for safety of residents at all times.

  • Monitoring and recording behaviors not typical for individual residents/utilize tracking logs as appropriate or as directed by the Administrator.

  • Monitoring and recording incident worthy situations on Incident Report form/document and reporting according to protocol.

  • Recording on resident daily ADL care logs to include but not limited to daily hygiene, vital signs as scheduled, exercise programming as scheduled, safety systems, dietary intake, etc.

  • Participation in mandatory staff meetings.

  • Participation in required and suggested in-services and training sessions.

  • Light housekeeping, client space maintenance, and meal preparation.

  • Maintaining a valid operator’s driver’s license.

  • Report to applicable emergency department to assist accepting medical staff with resident health needs and current health information.

  • If applicable, maintaining current LNA/CNA licensure in the state of New Hampshire, including obtaining the necessary continuing education units.

Medical Nursing Assistant (MNA) Full/Part time, All shifts: $16-$19 per hour

Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED. Experience working in human services, a valid and unrestricted nursing assistance license, MNA licensure. Valid NH Operator’s driver’s license required for first and second shift.

Hours of Work: First shift 7a-3p, Second shift 3p-11p, Third shift 11p-7a (Awake & Active) or Double Shift 7a-11p, Alternating weekends and holidays is expected

The MNA will be responsible for administering medications to residents when assigned, and will otherwise be working as a LNA/Life Skills Facilitator providing direct assistance, care and supervision for the residents.

Physical requirements: Frequent lifting and transferring of adults who may or may not be able to provide assistance is always done in teams of two. Additionally, this position requires frequent stairs, pushing, pulling, and bending, as well as prolonged standing and considerable walking.

Responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

  • Maintain current licensure in the State of NH. This includes obtaining the necessary continuing education units required for licensure.

  • Providing, as necessary, direct hands on care, including but not limited to, in the areas of hygiene, feeding, mobility and toileting.

  • Assist residents with medication administration, Supervision for safety of residents at all times.

  • Administer medications under the supervision of a RN or LPN

  • Will complete all MAR (medication administration record) documentation in a timely and accurate manner.

  • Supervision, monitoring, and assisting residents with: activities of daily home and community living, recreational activities at home and in the community and community training.

  • Monitoring and recording behaviors not typical for individual residents/utilize tracking logs as appropriate or as directed by the Administrator.

  • Monitoring and recording incident worthy situations on Incident Report form/document and reporting according to protocol.

  • Recording on resident daily ADL care logs to include but not limited to daily hygiene, vital signs as scheduled, exercise programming as scheduled, safety systems, dietary intake, etc.

  • Participation in required and suggested in-services and training sessions.

  • Light housekeeping, client space maintenance, and meal preparation.

  • Maintaining a valid operator’s driver’s license.

  • Report to applicable emergency department to assist accepting medical staff with resident health needs and current health information.

LPN: Part time and full time: $25.00 - $30.00 per hour

Minimum Qualifications: Licensed as a LPN in the State of NH. One year of experience in the field of nursing preferred. Valid NH operators Driver’s License.

Hours of Work: First shift 7a-3p, Second shift 3p-11p, Third shift 11p-7a (Awake & Active) or Double Shift 7a-11p, Alternating weekends and holidays is expected

Physical requirements: Frequent lifting and transferring of adults who may or may not be able to provide assistance is always done in teams of two. Additionally, this position requires frequent stairs, pushing, pulling, and bending, as well as prolonged standing and considerable walking.

The LPN will report directly to the Administrator. LPNs receive nursing supervision from the RN Client Care Coordinator.

Responsibilities will include but not limited to:

  • Maintain current licensure in the State of NH. This includes obtaining the necessary continuing education units.

  • Ensuring a safe environment for residents and staff and follow resident care plans and physician orders.

  • Adhere to/follow nursing standards for medication administration. Adhere to all Rose Meadow policies and nursing protocols for medications to include administration, new orders, ordering and re-ordering, storage/labeling and resident leave of absences.

  • Consulting with staff members concerning health issues of residents.

  • Consulting with physicians, including the primary care physician, concerning health or emergency issues of the residents.

  • Will write nursing reports on individual residents when requested and/or required, in a professional and timely manner.

  • May administer first aid to staff and residents within the scope of professional nursing practice.

  • Assist residents with medication administration and education regarding self-medicating.

  • Will monitor the health needs of all residents, referring to a physician as the resident need dictates.

  • Will maintain current CPR certification and may be required to obtain and maintain First Aid certification.

  • Serve as shift leader and report staff performance issues to Administrator