Why work at Cheshire?
If helping people is important to you, and you’re looking for a job where your colleagues feel like family, Cheshire Medical Center is the place for you. Our employees take pride in working here, and we take pride in them.
A commitment to excellence. A commitment to you.
Cheshire takes its commitment to the people of the Monadnock Region seriously. To best serve them, we hire team members who believe in our mission and want to make a difference.
We also take our commitment to our employees seriously. This has never been more apparent than during the COVID-19 crisis. Every single staff member gets the personal protective equipment (PPE) they need. We screen all employees every morning. Safety—for our employees and our patients—is our number one concern.
We offer many job and career opportunities
It takes a village to staff a hospital: physicians and nurses, housekeepers and receptionists, therapist and radiologists, IT personnel and food service workers, laundry technicians, child care providers, and more. Check out our current job openings and see what opportunities we have for you.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Workforce Readiness Institute
The Dartmouth-Hitchcock Workforce Readiness Institute (WRI) offers apprenticeship and training programs that can help you launch or advance your career at Cheshire or throughout the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health system.
We are here to answer your questions
Benefits vary depending on position and location, but are consistently competitive. Our Human Resources staff can answer any questions about employment and career opportunities. Please contact us or read our FAQs.
Nurse Assistant Training Program
Up to four (4) individuals will be selected to participate and an entry-level nursing program in collaboration with River Valley community college in Keene. If selected, there is no cost to participate in the training. Upon completion of the program and obtaining your Nurse Assistant license, you will be offered a full-time Licensed Nurse Assistant position at Cheshire Medical Center, starting the first week of 2021. A similar program will be happening along the same timeline at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
To be considered, applicants must attend an online info session on September 30th, 2020