My very first job out of nursing school
was in LTC on the 3-11 shift with 30 residents in 2006. Since the facility only held a maximum of 66 residents, I was only one of two nurses in the entire building.
A couple of weeks of training? Consider yourself fortunate. LTC orientations of 3 days for new grads are the norm in the city where I live. As a new grad I was supposed to have received 3 days of training, but it was cut short, so I received one 8-hour shift of orientation before being cut loose to work on my own.
You can make this work if you want it. I'm sure some people will come along and chime that your license is at risk, but I pay close attention to the licensure sanctions issued by the BON in the state where I live, and no one loses their license over LTC workloads. Most licensure revocations are related to addiction and impairment.
Keep in mind that LTC orientation is to learn the routine and paperwork of the nursing home. LTC orientation is not an extended period of paid nursing school clinical practicum where you get to learn every term and procedural skill that you did not learn in school. Once you are off orientation, ask the other nurse with whom you'll be working if any questions arise, or call the DON at home.
Good luck to you.