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Cheshire County Offices
Licensed Nursing Assistant - Full Time/Various ShiftsUnder the supervision of the LPN Charge Nurse or Staff Nurse, provides basic resident care and assists in the maintenance of the unit environment.
Follows facility policies and procedures and the standards of the Nurse Practice Act of New Hampshire.Duties require knowledge of nursing assistance equivalent to completion of a high school diploma plus additional courses and up to one year of related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must be registered as a Licensed Nurse Assistant by the State of New Hampshire.
Under the direction of the Nurse Manager or RN
Supervisor, responsible for performing clinical and administrative duties on
Supports the Nurse Manager or RN Supervisor in maintaining standards of resident care and maintaining policies and protocols to meet OBRA regulations for long term care.
Duties require knowledge of nursing equivalent to completion of an applicable Nursing Program.
Must be licensed by the State of New Hampshire Board of
Case Manager - To work with participants of the newly opened Drug Court in Cheshire County.
The Drug Court program admits clients who are motivated to overcome addiction and to enhance their personal growth towards more effective living.
Working with a dynamic Drug Court Team of professionals
from law enforcement, treatment, prosecution, defense and the courts, the
case manager will provide our clients with the tools they need in order for
them to return to a productive life through treatment, rehabilitative
programming, reinforcement and monitoring.
The successful candidate should have 5 years of experience and knowledge of substance abuse issues. Knowledge of the court system highly desirable. LADC preferred. This benefits-eligible position has a wage that is competitive in a setting that provides a high degree of independence and self-direction within the framework of a collaborative multi-disciplinary team. This exciting opportunity will expose the case manager to a variety of settings; including the courtroom and county jail in addition to the normal office setting. See the difference you can make in the lives of those struggling with addiction.