• Sign-on bonuses from $1,200-$5,000*
  • Paid training
  • 401K, Vision, Dental, Health, and Life Insurance
  • Generous Paid Time Off
  • 24 Hour Kitchen with Made-To-Order Meals,
  • Tanning Bed, Beautician, and Massage Therapist
*Sign on bonuses are role and shift specific.

Rolling Fields understands the difficulties some may be facing right now due to layoffs throughout various businesses. We would like to help those who have been impacted by this.

We currently have immediate full-time and part-time positions for nurses, CNAs, and culinary assistants. Here, you can receive help during this difficult time, and help residents, who need your support the most.

Join our team and make a difference.

If you love working with seniors and making a difference in the lives of others, you belong at Rolling Fields. Joining our team is more than just a paycheck. You’ll find meaningful work, the opportunity to collaborate, and the chance to make a positive impact every day.

Rolling Fields complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, and protected veteran status. Rolling Fields is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Care partner descriptions are listed. Other specific job openings can be found here.


Care partners provide services to the Elders in our home by supporting their daily living needs. Most specifically their responsibility is to ensure a clean, organized, and sanitary environment in which Elders are proud to live. The care partner’s job is a multifaceted position with many elements that include some hands on daily care for which they will receive additional training in assisting Elders with their meal service. Additionally, the care partner may transport or accompany Elders to/from activities of the Elders choice and provide companionship. The care partner will help to eliminate loneliness, helplessness, and boredom from the lives of the Elders.


A licensed care partner at Rolling Fields assists registered care partners (RN) in directing the nursing activities on one or more nursing streets; ensures assigned duties are completed effectively and according to the established methods. Under the supervision of the RN Supervisor, a licensed care partner renders nursing care to Elders. Observes and reports symptoms and conditions of Elders. Licensed care partners take and records temperature, respiration and pulse. They administer medications as prescribed by physician and notes reactions.

Maintains records reflecting Elders’ condition, medication and treatments. Assists with research related to improvement in nursing care. Evaluates other nursing personnel and their activities to insure administering of proper care, assists in the development and maintenance of clinical records and Elder care plans. Assists in maintaining a physical, social and psychological environment which will be conducive to the best interest and welfare of the Elders.


Primary responsibilities of a certified care partner are to provide direct, hands-on care to the Elders in our home as deemed competent by the state of Pennsylvania. However, they also assist in daily chores and support the care partners and licensed care partners in a holistic approach to care. The certified partner’s job is a multifaceted position, providing services to the Elders such as assisting in transfers in and out of bed/chair, dressing, grooming, assisting to the bathroom, giving temperatures, respirations, etc.

In addition, upon the completion of the daily hands-on care, the certified care partner assists the Elders in meal service and dining, housekeeping, transportation to/from activities of Elders choosing, provides companionship, and performs miscellaneous daily chores depending on the needs on any given day. They also provide opportunities throughout the day to eliminate loneliness, helplessness, and boredom.

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