Make a positive difference
in the lives of residents!
Rolling Fields is a loving home where life is meaningful, relationships are genuine and growth never ends. We are committed to culture change in long term care. We are creating a place where residents have choices and can live where they call home. We seek compassionate, hardworking individuals to join our team and become a part of our journey.
Rolling Fields is not your typical
Licensed by the state of Pennsylvania as a skilled nursing facility, we are able to provide the comforts of home while still meeting regulatory standards. Our culture encourages our care partners to build meaningful relationships while providing exceptional care to our residents. We strive to make our living and working environment feel warm and inviting.
NO-COST Pennsylvania National Nurse Aide Assessment Program
100-HOUR NURSE AIDE TRAINING PROGRAM
Receive 100 hours of free training in five to six weeks! 40 hours of theory,21 hours of lab, and 39 hours of clinical rotation
Classes require a flexible schedule
Instruction by a Registered Nurse Educator
Limited class size to ensure students receive the tools and supportneeded for success
Program includes training, materials, textbooks, and exam fees
On-site daycare for infants to pre-teen – enjoy the security of having your
children close by (ELRC Approved)
Payroll deduction services for massage therapy, tanning, and beautician
Casual dress code – be yourself and be comfortable
Consistent scheduling – plan for your days off in advance
Homemade meals 24/7 – leave your lunchbox at home and enjoy
hot, fresh meals made to order
EARN WHILE YOU LEARN
Students are hired as Rolling Fields employees and earn minimum wage
during the training program
Significant wage increase after you pass the state exam
Contact us today! Call us at (814) 587-2012 or fill out our contact form to learn more about a career in nursing! We look forward to meeting you!
“The NAT course provided by Rolling Fields helped inspire me to be a passionate, caring and hardworking CNA. The skills I learned in the CNA class helped me to provide the best care I possibly can to the residents at Rolling Fields. I am so grateful to have this opportunity to become a CNA through the NAT class at Rolling Fields.”
– CNA, Class of October 2019
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