UPDATED: August 7, 2017
Being a nurse here involves constant respiratory care including lung assessments, oral and tracheostomy suctioning, ABI’s, and cough assists (seen in this photo). Many of our kids have trouble coughing up what is in their lungs, so this treatment does most of the work for them. Treating the children who live here everyday allows nurses to develop a strong rapport with them. As a result of that, we know them well enough to know what is going on with them even if they cannot verbally tell us, which is a very rewarding feeling. Nurse Jen
Director of Nursing Services: Full-time position
The Center’s clinical leader, our Director of Nursing Services is responsible for maintaining exemplary standards of care and a culture of caring and commitment throughout the organization. Requirements include: BSN; RN Licensure (or eligibility) in New Hampshire; 10 years nursing experience; minimum 3 years in pediatrics and 3 years in a leadership role Experience with children with multiple disabilities and/or chronic health needs preferred .
Nurses: Full-time positions – includes every other weekend and holiday
Current RN/LPN license required
General Employment Additional Information
- For benefit information, please use this link: Benefit Chart 2017
- For well-being benefit information, please use this link: Wellbeing Program Flyer
Contact Christine Hadley (firstname.lastname@example.org) 603-358-3384 x1137 or Kim May (email@example.com) 603–358-3384 x 1152
Cedarcrest Center is a tobacco-free campus.
Seasonal flu vaccinations are required as a condition of employment and for volunteer opportunities. EOE