I'm an RN at LTC. I work on the skilled hall, which is staffed with one RN and one LPN on all shifts.
The ICF halls are only staffed with LPNs, the reasoning being if they need an RN for something on those halls there is one in the building they can "borrow"
I wasn't a new grad when I hired in, though; I worked in the hospital setting first. I'm not sure hiring in as a new grad is a good idea, at least at my facility. It's much more autonomous than in the hospital, where I had doctors right at my disposal and all the supplies and equipment I needed. (We joke that LTC nurses can start an IV with a hollowed out pen, since we run out of angiocaths all the time, lol) Good knowledge base and assessment skills are critical, especially on a skilled hall where a lot of my patients actually belong back in the hospital, IMO.
I found out about the job through word of mouth.