Begin a rewarding career as a member of a team working together to provide a Home filled with care, love, companionship, and recreation for each resident.

If  you have questions regarding open positions please click here or call (603) 752-2343, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm,

Completed applications can be faxed to (603) 752-4773, or scan and send email to Lynn Beede. An application can also be obtained by visiting our Home at 364 Cates Hill Road, Berlin, NH. EOE.

Our excellent benefit package with Health, Dental, Vision, Retirement, & Life Insurance, also includes:

  • Educational assistance and student loan reimbursement
  • Pay incentives
  • Annual step increases
  • Quarterly attendance bonus
  • Generous Personal Leave and Sick Time



Registered Nurse (RN) Supervisor

11pm - 7am Shift, 36 hours/week, 9-hour shifts

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Supervisor is responsible for nursing administration, the direction and coordination of the nursing services during a specified tour of duty.  It is the responsibility of the Nursing Supervisor to oversee the nursing care given to the residents following the established policies and procedures of the Coos County Nursing Home.  The Nursing Supervisor responds to the immediate needs of the nursing units.  The Supervisor directs and evaluates nursing personnel in order to meet the total nursing needs of the residents and ensure the maintenance of a quality of service that will fulfill the objectives of the nursing home.  The Supervisor assists in the orientation programs for new personnel and acts as a liaison between the nursing staff and the medical staff.  Maintains satisfactory relationships with employees and is a model for effective communication amongst the team.  The Supervisor functions in an administrative capacity during the absence of the Administrator and Director of Nursing.

The RN Supervisor must be a graduate of an accredited School of Nursing, and at a minimum:

  • Associate Degree in Nursing
  • Current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of New Hampshire.

Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)

Full and Part-Time positions on all shifts: 7am - 3pm Shift; 3pm - 11pm Shift; and 11pm - 7am Shift

QUALIFICATIONS:  The Licensed Practical Nurse must be a graduate of an accredited School of Practical Nursing and have a current license to practice as a Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of New Hampshire.  The Licensed Practical Nurse must demonstrate initiative, integrity and communication skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES:  The Licensed Practical Nurse provides the residents of the Coos County Nursing Home with individualized nursing care under the direction and supervision of a Registered Nurse and in accordance with the philosophy and standards of the Nursing Department.  The Licensed Practical Nurse has the delegated responsibility of planning the resident's care and assuring that it is implemented.  The Licensed Practical Nurse is required to advise her Clinical Coordinator/Supervisor of action taken when deemed necessary.  Must inform superiors of non-routine situations.  As assigned, the Licensed Practical Nurse is required to administer medications and treatments.


Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA)

Full and Part-Time positions on all shifts: 7am - 3pm Shift; 3pm - 11pm Shift; and 11pm - 7am Shift

QUALIFICATIONS: Must be able to communicate effectively.  A high school diploma or the equivalency thereof is preferred.  Must possess the desire to progress in knowledge.  The Nursing Assistant must complete the necessary requirements for licensure and renewal as required by the New Hampshire State Board of Nursing.

RESPONSIBILITY:  The Nursing Assistant, under the direction of a Clinical Coordinator/Supervisor, or Charge Nurse, performs various duties assisting in the care of residents in accordance with the established methods, procedures and policies of the Coos County Nursing Home.

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