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Career Opportunities

Our agency will be growing in the coming years and if you want to make a true difference we want you to apply. Our management team will be your advocate and allow the learning opportunities to help you grow in your career. Our working environment will be geared towards learning the different aspects of working with the elderly and certain disabilities. We will help you achieve your career goals. If you have a passion for serving others and making a significant difference in a person’s life, we definitely want you on our team! If you are interested in working at a homecare agency where you can be proud of what you're doing, please fill out our online application! We would love to hear from you!


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Available Positions

Job Summary

An individual who, under professional supervision, provides assistance with nutritional and environmental support, personal hygiene, feeding and dressing.

Qualifications

  • Successfully completion a state approved training program or a training equivalent in CHHA skills
  • One year experience in a working environment
  • Speaks, reads, writes and able to communicate effectively in English
  • Must have current CPR certification
  • Must have criminal background check

Responsibilities

  • Bathing (tub, shower, or bed)
  • Oral hygiene
  • Grooming and care of hair
  • Ordinary care of nails
  • Routine skin care/ lotion massage
  • Positioning and turning of patents that cannot assist self- in bed and chair
  • Elimination
  • Assist with eating, dressing walking and toileting
  • Remind client to take medications
  • Meal planning and preparation in accordance with complex and modified diets
  • Feeding the client
  • Linen change (occupied and unoccupied)
  • Laundry, client’s only
  • Light housekeeping; washing dishes, clean kitchen, dust, and vacuum
  • List needed supplies and grocery shopping

CHHA Requirements

  • Follow universal precautions whenever giving any aspect of client service
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Perform ONLY those functions specified for each individual client on the service plan
  • Respond to the physical, emotional and development needs of clients
  • Follow emergency procedures in the event of any incident, e.g., accident, injury or significant change in client’s condition

Essential Administrative Functions

  • Follow client rights at all times
  • Record each activity performed on each case on a daily basis
  • Report any incidents or client changes immediately
  • Submit Daily Activity Sheets and record accurately on a weekly basis
  • Follow instructions, is punctual and is at work as scheduled
  • Follow all appropriate agency policies
  • Attend in-service education annually per agency policy
  • Provide all information required for the maintenance of her/his personnel record as per state regulations and agency policy
  • Show interest, asks questions and seek help as indicated; is receptive to supervision
  • Develop relationships and is cooperative with client, family and supervisor
  • Maintain appropriate appearance
  • Is productive and uses time efficiently
  • Follows instructions, is punctual and attendance is acceptable
  • Cooperates with supervisor and with client/family
  • Is self-reliant and plans appropriately
  • Other duties as are reasonably assigned

Job Summary

The Companion is a paraprofessional, providing services in the home for clients under the direct supervision of a qualified supervisor. Companion services include support, encouragement, companionship, respite breaks for family or caregivers, and provision of and instruction in reporting of changes in the client’s situation. The Companion is assigned to a client by the coordinator and follows a written plan of service.

Qualifications

  • High School graduate with at least 1 year experience as a companion or life working experience
  • Effective interpersonal communication skills
  • Access to an automobile with possession of liability insurance
  • Must be able to read, write in English and follow instructions
  • Must have a criminal background check
  • Must have current CPR certification

Responsibilities

  • Provide respite breaks for family or caregivers
  • Provide assistance with reading and writing correspondence and publications
  • Observation and feedback to the coordinator/ supervisor on client’s behavior, mood, and adjustment in the home
  • Notifies superior of any safety issues
  • Being supportive and encouragement during periods of loneliness, depressions, bereavement etc.
  • Follows the plan of service for tasks
  • Records observations and tasks and signs each entry on the appropriate form for each visit made
  • Communicates on a weekly basis or more often as necessary with the supervisor
  • Immediately reports emergency situations by phone to supervisor or office
  • Keeps an accurate time and mileage report
  • Follows assignments and regulations
  • Follows specific office orders for each client
  • Uses policy manual as guidelines
  • Works within the organizational channel of authority and knows the area of responsibility of all other team members
  • Wears appropriate clothing and ID badge when at work

Confirming on a weekly basis, the scheduling of visits with the Supervisor, to coordinate necessary visits with other personnel.

Notifying the Agency of absences due to illness, emergency leave, normal vacation periods, or special professional meetings, which will affect agreed service with the Agency.

Job Summary

The homemaker is a paraprofessional employee, trained to provide, home maintenance services for clients under the direct supervision of the supervisor. Homemaking services include dietary management, household services essential to the client’s health and wellbeing, and provision of and instruction in reporting of signs, symptoms, and/or changes in the client’s condition. The homemaker is assigned to a client by the coordinator and is given a written plan of service.

Qualifications

  • Successful completion of at least 20 hours of generic training to be completed by the end of the 6th month of employment (can be done by shadowing/precepting) or verification of homemaking services provided in the community equivalent to 40 hours
  • Will have a minimum of one (1) year experience in a working environment
  • Use of an automobile with possession of liability insurance is desirable.
  • One year of work experience
  • Must be able to read, write and follow instructions in English
  • Must have a criminal background check
  • Must have current CPR certification

Responsibilities

  • Shopping with an effort to economize and preparation of nutritious and appetizing meals
  • Assisting with simple health care routines such as reminders to maintain diet restriction, medication regimen, and recommended exercises and cueing to take meds
  • Observation, and feedback to the coordinator/ supervisor on client’s behavior, mood
  • Being supportive and encouragement during periods of loneliness, depressions, bereavement etc.
  • Providing routine housekeeping tasks, which are required
  • Caring for clothing, washing, drying, folding and putting away
  • Follows the plan of service for housekeeping tasks
  • Records observations and tasks and signs each entry on the appropriate visit form on each visit
  • Communicates on a weekly basis or more often as necessary with the supervisor
  • Immediately reports emergency situations by phone to supervisor or office
  • Keeps an accurate time and mileage report
  • Follows assignments and regulations
  • Follows specific office orders for each client
  • Uses homemaker policy manual as guidelines
  • Works within the organizational channel of authority and knows the area of responsibility of all other team members
  • Wears appropriate clothing and ID badge when at work

Confirming on a weekly basis, the scheduling of visits with the Supervisor to coordinate necessary visits with other personnel.

Notifying the Agency of absences due to illness, emergency leave, normal vacation periods, or special professional meetings, which will affect agreed service with the Agency.

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