The New Hampshire Veterans Home is now accepting applications for their new, in-house Licensed Nursing Assistant (LNA) course. Students will earn hourly wages while learning in the expense-paid course. The competitive salary includes a 15% enhancement of the base pay available for all Veterans Home nursing positions.
The 10-week LNA course begins on Tuesday, April 19 at the New Hampshire Veterans Home campus at 139 Winter Street in Tilton. Classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 AM to 1:30 PM, and Fridays from 6:45 AM to 3:15 PM.
Students who make a commitment to providing exceptional care at the Veterans Home will receive education in both a classroom setting and through clinical hours. Additional paid hours may be available during the training period, up to 29.5, including nights and weekends.
Successful completion of the course prepares students for the Board of Nursing license exam. After completing training and passing the exam, students will apply for full- or part-time positions to serve our state’s veterans.
Applications for the LNA course are due by Thursday, April 7. Applications are available at NH.gov: click Careers; click NH State Government Job Opportunities; click Search for Jobs; enter Tilton in the Location box; click Search Jobs; and apply for one of the six LNA Trainee positions.
The 15% enhancement to base pay and the paid education program are both firsts in the history of the New Hampshire Veterans Home. Additional information is available from the Veterans Home’s Human Resources team at Careers@nullNHVH.NH.gov or 603 527-4400.
The New Hampshire Veterans Home (NHVH) is home to men and women veterans who have served their country and fellow New Hampshire citizens. NHVH was established in Tilton in 1890 as the Soldier’s Home for Civil War Veterans and is a recipient of the Quality of Life Award from the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services, the Business Inspiration Award from the Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce, and the Platinum Veteran-Friendly Business award from the Department of Military Affairs and Veterans Services.
The mission of NHVH is to provide high quality, professional long-term care services to the Granite state’s elderly and disabled veterans with dignity, honor, and respect. NHVH is the state’s only long-term care facility dedicated exclusively to veterans. For more information, call 603 527-4400, or visit NH.gov/veterans or Facebook.com/nhveteranshome.