Hiring Process and FAQs

1. Search jobs

If helping people and working collaboratively with respect and empathy are important to you, search our jobs to find an opportunity that fits your skills, interests, and experiences. New positions are posted daily.

Cheshire Medical Center (Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene) positions

Physician and advanced practitioner positions via Dartmouth-Hitchcock

2. Apply

Click "Apply" on a position of interest to create a HealthcareSource account. Fill out your employment information for this position or any others you apply for in the future. This may take 30 minutes to an hour to complete, depending on your work history and if you have the relevant information at hand. 

Our online application system allows you to upload multiple resumes, apply for multiple jobs, and set alerts for positions that interest you.

3. Interviewing

If you seem like a potential fit for the position, one of our recruiters will reach out to conduct a phone screening that starts the process of getting to know you better. After that, they may reach out to schedule multiple online or in-person interviews with you.

4. Offer

If you are selected for a position, our team will reach out with an offer of employment letter. This offer is contingent upon a background check (which can take up to 3 weeks in New Hampshire) and a health evaluation.

Frequently asked questions about applying for jobs at Cheshire Medical Center

Using our online application system

The Job Agent feature of our online application system allows you to identify your interests and receive a notification when we post aligned positions. You can check the status of your application by logging in to the Online Application System and clicking the Application History feature.

How do jobs listed as "Cheshire Medical Center" and "Dartmouth-Hitchcock Keene" differ?

While both types of positions are hired through our Human Resources department and report to the same management structure, benefits may vary slightly by each business entity, joined through our affiliation with Dartmouth-Hitchcock.  

All of these jobs take place on the same campus and satellite locations, as Cheshire's main building now joins the hospital with the former DHK clinic, and provides a seamless patient experience.

All who work here, whether professionals hired by Cheshire and DHK, or physicians and advanced practitioners hired by Dartmouth-Hitchcock, work together as one on Team Cheshire at Cheshire Medical Center.

Please contact the recruiter for any given position at 603-354-6520 with further questions. 

Should I include all of my previously held positions/jobs on my application?

Yes. Please provide a full work history to ensure a proper evaluation of your work experience and credentials.

When will I be contacted for an interview?

Once our recruitment team receives your application, we will review it and, if appropriate, forward it to the hiring manager for consideration. If the hiring manager is interested in scheduling an interview, one of our recruiters will contact you to schedule a phone screening.

Where do I get a copy of the job description and salary information for a posted position?

The job description and salary are discussed at the time of your interview. To obtain this information sooner, please contact us at 603-354-6520 and ask to speak with the recruiter associated with the posted position.

I’m scheduled for an interview. Where should I park?

Please plan on parking in any of the visitor parking available in the front or to the side of the building. View directions to Cheshire Medical Center.

Traffic can be busy and parking scarce, so give yourself extra time to arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled interview.

I am unable to keep my scheduled interview, who should I contact?

Please call Human Resources at 603-354-6520 to reschedule your interview.

What kind of orientation do you provide?

All new hires participate in General and Net Learning orientation. The orientation covers a range of topics including policies, benefits, and department-specific orientation information.

What are the requirements for practicing nursing in New Hampshire?

For information about practicing nursing in the state, contact the New Hampshire Board of Nursing at 603-271-2323 (nursing) or 603-271-6282 (nursing assistant).

Where do I learn about Allied Health careers in New Hampshire?

For information about practicing Allied Health in the state, contact the New Hampshire Office of Licensed Allied Health Professionals at 603-271-8389.