Looking for a career with meaning and purpose? Rolling Fields Elder Care Community is committed to culture change in long term care. We are creating a place where Elders have choices and can live where they call home. We are seeking compassionate, hardworking individuals to join our team and become a part of our journey.
Rolling Fields is not your typical workplace. We are licensed by the state of Pennsylvania as a skilled nursing facility, but we are able to provide the comforts of home to the Elders while still meeting strict regulatory demands. Our culture encourages our care partners to build meaning relationships while providing exceptional care to the Elders. We strive to make our living and working environment feel warm and inviting.
Certified Nursing Assistants (full and part time)
We currently have needs for CNAs. You must have current proof of Pennsylvania certification. We have a positions available for various work times.
Culinary and Housekeeping (full and part time)
Recent change in scheduling hours has provided employment opportunities. Applicants should have reliable transportation, be 18 years or older and enjoy the company of the Elders who live her.
Licensed Practical Nurses (full and part time)
We are looking for LPNs who will assist the RN in directing the nursing activities where needed within the home. Under the supervision of the RN Supervisor, renders nursing care to Elders and observes and reports symptoms and conditions of Elders. Takes and records vital information and administers medications as prescribed by physician and maintains records reflecting Elders' conditions.
Flex Spending Plan
Paid Time Off
Medical, dental, vision and life insurances
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.
Certified Care Partners:
Primary responsibilities 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.
Licensed Care Partners:
Assists the registered care partner (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, renders nursing care to Elders. Observes and reports symptoms and conditions of Elders. Takes and records temperature, respiration and pulse. Administers 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.