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 ECHO is seeking applicants to work in the ECHO Housing Hayward and Livermore offices to assist residents with Rental Assistance and First-Time Homebuyer Education and Counseling.

The Rental Assistance Program provides assistance to low-income persons who have difficulty paying their rent because of a COVID-19 impact. Eligible applicants must live in Alameda County.

The First-Time Homebuyer Education and Counseling provides classroom education on the home buying process and one-on-one individual counseling. This program is provided to residents of Alameda, Contra Costa, and Monterey Counties.  

We are currently working remotely, however, will return to our offices once the Shelter-in-Place has been lifted.

Currently, this position is 40 hours per week. Training for HUD certification will be provided.

** Please submit cover letter and resume. Position open until filled.**

Duties and Responsibilities


  • Responsible for direct service and reporting for the Rental Assistance Program, conduct intake screening for eligible clients interested in the Program, and communicate with clients, landlords, employers, and other references.

  • Conduct Pre-Purchase Counseling and First-Time Homebuyers' Classes, provide counseling and education in the areas of credit, budgeting, spending, and savings as they relate to home purchases.

  • Monitor and maintain knowledge of local, state, and federal housing, credit, and financial literacy programs for low and moderate income residents.

  • Maintain knowledge of State, local and Federal resources available to homebuyers and homeowners.

  • Develop referral sources by building relationships with local real estate professionals, local government, and other applicable community agencies.

  • Participate in internal program development and expansion.

  • Participate in local outreach events and orientation;

  • Maintain client and program files and provide periodic reports

Qualifications


  • Associate's Degree in related field and/or relevant experience.

  • Experience working with State and Federal programs for First Time Homebuyers Education preferred.

  • Ability to communicate effectively (oral, written, and listening skills) with clients, staff, and community groups.

  • Knowledge of the residential sales and escrow process, including standard purchase/sales, loan, deed documents and title documents.

  • Excellent presentation skills and experience in delivering presentations to groups.

  • Use of an insured automobile and a valid California Driver's License.

  • Bilingual in English and Spanish necessary.

ECHO Housing provides full medical coverage for employees working 20 or more hours per week, as well as the option of a dental plan. In addition, employees may join a credit union, and participate in a tax-sheltered annuity program. Full-time employees work 35 hours per week, and are entitled to eleven holidays per year, two weeks of annual vacation (which increases with time), and additional leave days off. Part-time employees are eligible for prorated holidays, annual vacation, and prorated additional leave days off. 


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$5000 Signing Bonus! Free onsite parking! Free Meals!Era Living is seeking a full-time Resident Care Manager (LPN/RN) to become the newest member of our Nursing team located at our University House Issaquah, WA.Competitive Compensation and a Complete Benefits Package including:Company Sponsored Health Plan401k with Generous Employer MatchVacation & Sick LeaveLeadership & Longevity BonusesFree ParkingCompany Paid CEUsEmployee Discount ProgramsEmployee Assistance ProgramThe advantages of an environment that supports your development and recognizes your achievements!Primary Responsibilities:The Resident Care Manager is responsible for leading a dynamic team of Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), overseeing the day-to-day care of our Assisted Living residents. This role will contribute to the assessment of residents, participate in developing care plans and implement healthcare services. May be required to work on weekends as Director/Manager on duty.Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:Current WA State RN or LPN licenseExperience managing persons with cognitive impairment and age related illness.Ability to work Monday through Friday.Demonstrated ability to manage paraprofessional staff.Knowledge of boarding home regulations as they apply to assisted living preferred.Ability to pass DSHS background check, required.About Era Living:If you are passionate about improving the quality of life for older adults and exemplify a values based approach to your work, demonstrating integrity, credibility, consistency, strong team orientation, and outstanding communication, we welcome your application!Era Living has been voted #4 Best Place to Work in Seattle 2017 (CityVoter’s) and Top 5 BEST Places to Work in 2014 & 2015 (King5 Best of Western Washington!).JB.0.00.LN


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Care at Home is seeking a full-time, in-house Recruiter to acquire new talent for our rapidly growing home care agency.  This is not a remote position and requires some travel between our main office in New London, CT, and a satellite office in Westerly, RI. 


The successful candidate will be an incredible driving force and strategic thinker who utilizes both online and offline channels to build a talent pipeline of exceptional caregivers.  This driven solution-seeker will excel at designing creative recruiting strategies that ensure the highest quality of prospects are discovered and on-boarded to meet increasing client demand.  Most importantly, this Recruiter must have experience in the health care field, particularly with hiring Caregivers, CNAs, PCAs, and HHAs care providers. 


Responsibilities: 


  • Develop a sustainable recruiting and hiring plan 



  • Foster strategic relationships through networking opportunities  


  • Identify qualified talent using creative sourcing methods (online and offline) 


  • Coordinate, participate, and represent the agency at job fairs and recruiting events 


  • Build a robust talent pipeline with both active and passive candidates 


  • Analyze resumes and conduct phone screenings 




  • Verify references, perform background checks, and confirm employment status (I-9 verification) 


  • Maintain documentation of candidate interactions 


  • Plan procedures for improving the candidate experience 


  • Create weekly/monthly KPI reports 



Requirements: 



  • 3+ years of talent acquisition experience (bachelor's degree preferred) 


  • Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills 


  • Creative thinker and team player with a solution-seeking mindset 


  • Proficient knowledge of full-cycle recruiting 


  • Hands-on experience with posting jobs on social media platforms and job boards 




  • Experience with online interviewing tools (Skype, FaceTime, Zoom, etc.) 


  • Proven computer skills (Google Drive, Microsoft 365, CRM, applicant tracking apps, etc.) 


  • Understanding of EEO, diversity, and employment laws related to hiring 


  • Some travel between office locations in New London, CT and Westerly, RI 



Benefits: 



  • Flexible full-time schedule 


  • Health benefits 


  • Paid time off 



Care at Home is an award-winning agency that provides non-medical home care services in Connecticut (CT) and Rhode Island (RI).  National awards in 2020 include Employer of Choice, Provider of Choice, and Leadership In Excellence.  Most notable, Care at Home is known as one of the fastest-growing home care agencies in the industry. 


Website:  CareAtHomeNow.com 



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ChristianaCare is currently seeking a Registered Nurse to work Part-time at The Stevenson House located in Milford, DE. In this role you will assume responsibility and accountability for youth in detention at The Stevenson Juvenile Detention Center and provide care to patients through the nursing process in collaboration with other health care team members.Perform nursing assessments and collect data on adolescent patients on admission and sick callManage patients within scope of practice with referral to physician or advanced practice nurse as required. Evaluate plan of care including patient response and outcomes according to established standards.Assess patient knowledge deficits, identify learning needs, and provide appropriate patient educa tion.Respond effectively to emergencies and patient crisis situations.Accessing and maintaining the LIMS STD system through the Delaware Public Health Lab.Preparing charts/ information for Psychiatrist to perform Tele-Psych weekly.Completing yearly Vaccines for Children (VFC) trainings and keeping temperature logs up to date in the Log Tag System, reporting any temperature outside of the required range immediately.Requirements: BSN required or commitment to obtaining within three years from date of hire. Two years of nursing experience required. Previous nursing experience working with adolescents preferred. Behavioral Health experience preferred.This is a Part-time, 40 hr bi-weekly position. The hours are rotating from 7am 7p. Weekends are required based on department needs.Delaware lifestyles. People who live in and around Wilmington and Newark will tell you what a great region this is. A rewarding career with Christiana Care is your connection to it all. Here, you'll enjoy: Lower living costs and no sales tax. Excellent shopping, entertainment and restaurants. High-quality public and private schools, universities and colleges. Reliable public transportation, air and rail services. Short driving distances to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Beautiful homes in welcoming neighborhoods. A choice of urban, suburban and rural locations. Delaware's pristine beaches, waterways and parks. Academic medical center, Baltimore area, Best regional hospital, Community-based medicine, Community health, Clinician, Delaware hospital, Delaware's largest health system, Electronic medical records, Epic EMRs, Everest Award-winner, In-patient, Level I Trauma Center, Magnet® designation, Nationally recognized, Outpatient, Philadelphia area, Provider, Surgery center, Teaching hospital, Wellness, Wilmington, Newark, U.S. New & World Report ranking, Expert, Serve, Care, Healthcare, Respectful, Dover, Bear, Middletown, Rehoboth Beach, Bethany Beach, Delmarva Peninsula, New Castle, Elkton, Maryland, Glasgow, Hockessin, Brookside, Smyrna, Pike Creek Valley, Milford, Claymont, Pike Creek, Wilmington Manor, North Star, Seaford, Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, Vineland, Millville, West Chester, Kennett Square, Swedesboro, Carneys Point, Woodstown, Salem, Elmer, Deptford Township, Washington Township, Pitman, Glassboro, Franklin


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Energetic, polite, and caring persons wanted to support adults with special needs. Positions are located in Raytown, Missouri area. Hourly rates: Overnights - $9.50, Evenings and Weekends between $9.50 and $10.00 depending on experience. Job Requirements: HS Diploma or equivalent, Valid Drivers License, Proof of auto insurance, must complete or have First Aid/CPR and Level I Medication Aid certificates. Training for these certificates provided for the right candidate(s). Please call 816-737-8628 for more information.


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We are seeking a House Cleaners to join our team! You will perform a variety of light cleaning and organizing duties.

Responsibilities:



  • Clean residential homes

  • Ensure a clean and orderly environment

  • Sterilize various tools and equipment

  • Move reasonably small furniture as necessary

  • Maintain working condition of cleaning equipment

  • Must complete certification training prior to hire


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in cleaning, maintenance, or other related fields

  • Familiarity with cleaning materials and equipment

  • Strong attention to detail

  • Strong work ethic



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Join a Family, Serve with the Best


Are you a CNA looking for both meaning and a career? Do you have a servant’s heart and are committed to making a difference every single day? Then we want to talk with you!


We offer good pay and benefits, low drama and high enthusiasm for what we do.


Benefits include:


Paid Meal Time with Complimentary Meals


Opportunity for Quarterly Raises for Hourly Employees


Opportunity to win a new car


Vacation and Sick time accrual after 90 days


End of year sick time payout for hourly employees


Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance policies


Health insurance as low as $100 per month


401k Retirement Plan


Flexible Spending Plan


Promotion Opportunities


And much, much more!!!


Only those truly committed to growth need apply. If you are serious about working with people who treat our work as family, and our family with respect, then apply online at https://www.bentonhouse.com/careers/ or by texting Jobs to 242424.


Company Description

The Benton House communities are Senior Living and Memory Care Communities. Age does not diminish the basic human desire for independence, dignity and choice. Benton House seeks to fulfill for seniors what we all want each and every day—to be happy and healthy, to continue to contribute, and to have a voice in the direction of our lives.


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Candidates must be warm, caring, patient, organized and have experience with children, cooking and managing a busy household. Must also be willing and/or experience with helping family member with health/special needs/mobility issues and be willing to stay overnights, including weekends.


Duties include:


- Managing all aspects of household, including organizing schedules, groceries, cleaning and laundry.


- Taking care of one child, including play, bedtime, feeding and changing.


- Cooking, including special needs diet.


- Caretaking for family member going through recovery.


- Errands and personal assistant duties


Job Types: Full-time, Part-time


Job Types: Full-time, Part-time


Job Type: Full-time


 



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We are looking to hire someone desiring opportunities to help with physical, emotional, educational and spiritual needs of foster youth.


Position includes redirecting, nurturing and supervising youth ages 6-17 years old in Chandler, AZ in a group home setting.


The primary tasks include: supervising youth, chore delegating, medications, meal preparation, transporting to appointments, helping with homework, active participation in recreational activities and housekeeping chores.


We are looking for someone who has can put on a tough skin but who is nurturing at the same time.

Minimum Qualifications:
-21+ years of age (State Requirement)
-Fingerprint Clearance Card (MANDATORY PRIOR TO HIRE)
-High School Diploma or G.E.D. or equivalency degree and two years of experience in working with children in a similar capacity; or one year post-high school education in a program leading to a degree in the field of child welfare or human services
-CPR/First Aid Certified
-Will need TB test
-Demonstrate healthy boundaries, values and role modeling
-Excellent interpersonal, problem solving, and communication skills
-Valid drivers license, NO DUI, minimal offenses
-Pass pre-employment physical and physical abilities test
-Must be able to lift 20 Ibs


 



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Cornerstone Hospice is seeking experienced and professional Certified Nursing Assistants to assist hospice patients and families in the achievement of physical and emotional comfort. This is a PRN position, providing patient care at the Villages Hospice House a 24 bed facility unit located in The Villages.


 


Schedule: 7am-7pm or 7pm-7am


Must be able to commit to:


a) at least 4 shifts per month (including 1 weekend shift)


b) 2-3 Holidays/year


c) working in any of the Cornerstone facilities (normally not very often)



Qualifications:



  • FL CNA license required.

  • Valid Home Health Aide certification or the ability to obtain within 90 days of employment

  • Minimum six months of CNA experience.

  • Demonstrated knowledge and skills necessary to provide care to and communicate with primarily the geriatric population, and to a lesser degree the pediatric and adult.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span.

  • Able to assess data reflecting the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient’s requirements relative to their age-specific needs.

  • Valid Florida driver’s license and required auto liability insurance.


 


Cornerstone Hospice & Palliative Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer that does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived, race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), sexual orientation, parental status, national origin, age, disability, family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service, any other non-merit based factor or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state or local laws. Our leadership team is dedicated to this policy with respect to recruitment, hiring, placement, promotion, transfer, training, compensation, benefits, employee activities and general treatment during employment. If you’d like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please click here: http://www1.eeoc.gov/employers/poster.cfm


Company Description

Cornerstone Hospice, a division of Cornerstone Health Services, Inc., of Florida is a independent, not-for-profit corporation dedicated to compassionate care for its patients throughout seven counties in Central Florida. Founded in 1984, it's our mission to make quality Hospice care available to all persons, their families, and those affected by serious illness, death and dying in our community; to advocate effectively for patients comfort, dignity and choice; and to be recognized as the leading resource in clinical, ethical, and spiritual issues of dying and grief. If you have the hospice heart, we welcome you to visit our careers page for current opportunities: https://cshospice.org/careers/


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JOB TITLE: House Manager


DEPARTMENT: ARS


REPORTS TO: Division Manager


FLSA STATUS: Exempt


GENERAL PURPOSE OF THE JOB:


This is a full-time position, supervised by the Division Manager. The purpose of this position is to provide a positive and pleasant living environment for the individuals receiving supports within Alternative Living Units (ALU). This includes; supervision/training of staff, maintenance of documentation, providing direct supports to individuals, the overall cleanliness of the households, implementation and documentation of client goals and ensuring that proper medical services are provided.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


A. General


1. With the client and his/her Division Manager, assures that the individual’s Person Centered Plan (PCP) is developed and implemented with established timeframes, and assures that the PCP contains measurable goals and outcomes.


2. Assures that goals/medical orders/care plans and other services are implemented as required and monitors progress.


3. Responds to crisis situations as required per their work schedule.


4. Implements/follows procedures necessary to assure compliance with applicable Code of Maryland Regulations and Agency policies.


5. Adheres to agency, state and federal policies regarding confidentiality, abuse, and neglect of individuals.


B. Specific Duties


1. Ensures that data/documentation is maintained as stipulated in the individual’s PCP.


2. Assures that residential staff is provided in-service training in the proper implementation of PCP, NCP, BP, MTTP, and all required DDA core training in a timely manner (new hire training and refreshers).


3. Conducts ongoing program observations, records review, and with the Division Manager provides training and support to staff as needed to assure attainment of goals and appropriate and timely provision of services.


4. Attends/participates in meetings as requested by the Division Manager.


5. Assures all required documentation is filed in clients’ records within specified timeframes.


6. Performs and completes environmental checks of assigned homes.


7. Serves as liaison between the local community and the Agency; focusing on being a good neighbor.


8. Ensures that houses are kept clean and staff are completing all related, necessary paperwork including shift checklists.


9. Completes staff payroll and staff evaluations.


10. Coordinates staff attendance at monthly house meetings.


11. Performs informal staff training as indicated by need.


12. Provides weekly supervision to subordinate staff and provides support as often as required.


13. Provides assistance to Division Manager in monitoring staff schedules and house/individual expenditures to assure accuracy and adherence to assigned unit budgets; reviews payroll documentation for accuracy and budgetary compliance.


14. Provides assistance with development of individual/house budgets.


15. Assists in employee interview and hiring process (as requested).


16. Attends Court Hearings as scheduled with the Case Manager when necessary.


17. Schedules and ensures individuals’ attendance for medical/psychiatric appointments.


18. Generates weekly individual reports.


19. Ensures compliance with weekly menus and the implementation of individuals’ diets.


20. Ensures that food supply is adequate at all times.


21. Participates in meetings as requested/required.


22. Prepares and submits maintenance requests and follows-up on completion of request.


23. Ensures individuals’ files are maintained as current.


24. Performs other related duties as assigned by the Division Manager.


SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Direct Care staff (Residential Counselors, temp staffing) within assigned households.


EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:


Ø An Associate of Arts (A.A.) Degree in Human Services, Psychology or a related field and two years of related experience; or,


Ø A minimum of three years’ experience in providing supports to clients with disabilities with two of those years in a supervisory capacity; and


Ø Must have a reliable transportation and an acceptable driving record as determined by the criteria established by the Agency's insurance carrier and Agency policy.


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Since 1977, the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives (NCIA) has worked to break the destructive cycle often associated with the human service and correctional systems. We provide individual care, concern, and treatment for intellectual and emotionally disabled youth and adults and those involved in the criminal justice system. To learn more, please visit our website at www.ncianet.org


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 Looking for caregiver for a 6 bed assisted living facility in Merritt Island. Care includes assisting residents with bathing, grooming, toileting, dressing. Also will need to pass meds, prepare meals, light housekeeping/laundry. Prefer someone with experience as a caregiver in an assisted living setting. Will need level 2 background, recent TB test, CPR/first aid.Some dayshift and nightshift hours available. Contact Heather 321-506-7181


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Join a Company with a 40 year history.


Earn hourly plus commission.  


Work on the telephone and by computer contacting our customer database to offer our high quality nutritional and skin care formulations.  We make the finest products which are also sold via Amazon and QVC.  See MDR.com and Clientelebeauty.com


You will also help our customers to service their requests.  Typing is a must as you will enter your orders in the computer.  If you love people and are self motivated we want you!!!


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National Premium vitamin and skin care manufacturer needs outbound phone Sales Reps to work In our office in Sawgrass corporate park. You will call our wonderful customers and help them to maximize their nutritional wellness for good health with our MDR vitamins. Plus you will sell Clientele skin care so they will look as young as they feel!


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Are you a fast, clean Maid that customers love? Can you work so efficiently that members of your crew are constantly saying, “Slow down! You’re making us look bad?”


Do you take your trade seriously – like a true craftsman? Does it bother you when people slow-poke or take short cuts?


Do you feel like you are cheating the client and your boss when a project doesn’t come in on budget?


If this describes you, I’ll wager the Maid industry can be frustrating for you because it limits how much you can make. Let me explain...


Most Maid companies pay you “by the hour.” This means that no matter how fast you work, you never earn one... penny... more. You’re stuck at the same level of pay forever.


While you’re busting your tail to get the job knocked out, captain clock-milker stands right beside you checking his Facebook... and he’s making the same amount of money as you are!


While they take a smoke break, you clean up the job. While they text their girlfriends all day long, you’re taking care of the job paperwork.


Let me ask you something: Does this seem FAIR to you?


Frankly, it shouldn’t! And at our company, it isn’t!


In fact, FAST Maids earn more at our company than anywhere else in town.


Our unique system ensures that the faster you work, the more you make. Unlike typical contractors who “eyeball” a project and “guess” how long it takes, we’ve spent decades perfecting production rates that reflect how fast an average, steady Maid works.


When a fast Maid comes in under budget, which is easy for skilled Maids to do, we pay the employee for the ENTIRE project... no matter how much “unused labor” there is.


This allows our employees to earn anywhere from 25% to 100% MORE than the highest hourly wage in this market... and that’s something to get excited about!


If you are a FAST Maid frustrated with a low, hourly wage. You owe it to yourself to learn more about this opportunity.


To learn more, simply leave a message on our 24-7 recorded hotline: 832-390-0698. You can do this anytime, night or day. Because you are probably a busy person, I’d recommend doing it RIGHT NOW while it’s on your mind.


One thing we look for at our company is someone who can follow a WRITTEN scope of work in detail, so please leave your name, phone number, mailing address and email address at the sound of the tone.


It lets me know you are someone who CARES about doing the job RIGHT! We will get back to you within one business day.


Again, that number for the 24-7 recorded hotline is 832-390-0698. Go ahead and call the number now and leave a message.


I can’t wait to hear from you! Call 832-390-0698 now.


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Launching on November 4th.


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POSITION OVERVIEW:


Under the direction of the PSH Manager, the Housing Retention Specialist works directly with program participants in a Permanent Supportive Housing site and develops, arranges and coordinates treatment services. The Housing Retention Specialist provides linkage to permanent, affordable housing service for homeless individuals who meet the criteria to available Homeless Health Care Los Angeles Housing Subsidized Programs. The Housing Retention Specialist also works to improve the health of homeless individuals by assisting with the provision of stable housing, development of a comprehensive treatment plan and facilitating linkages to medical care, mental health care, alcohol/substance use treatment, housing retention and other supportive services.


PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:


· Conducts comprehensive assessments (CES surveys, ASAM/ASI, vulnerability index tools etc.) to determine appropriate housing options, case management and other supportive service needs.


· Conducts on-going quarterly needs and financial assessments to identify client’s continued housing, supportive service needs and barriers to maintaining permanent supportive housing.


· Develops individualized case plans with measurable goals and objectives to assist participants in achieving their desired outcomes.


· Develops and networks with representatives in other agencies/community based agencies to support individuals in attaining services such as housing, mental health care, medical treatment, financial assistance, legal advocacy, etc.


· Networks and collaborates with community based organizations to obtain referrals and ensure contractual capacity is met.


· Responsible for networking, collaborating and assisting participants in locating and obtaining housing in an expedient manner in line with the Housing First Model.


· Provides intensive case management services, self-help groups/workshops, assistance with completing applications, as well as on-going guidance and education to clients as they transition into permanent supportive housing.


· Performs home visits, eviction prevention, budgeting, life skills coaching, and other housing retention services to support clients with sustaining permanent supportive housing.


· Documents client’s progress related to their participation in housing and supportive services, intake and exit/discharges into the HMIS data system and DHS CHAMP data system within required deadlines.


· Implements and consistently practices harm reduction, trauma informed care, housing first and integrated care interventions.


· Able to serve a diverse vulnerable client populations and communicate effectively in a culturally competent manner.


· Able to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment, utilizing professional, open and respectful communication. Maintains a solution focused, strengths based and client centered approach with managers, co-workers and clients of HHCLA.


· Maintains client records according to HIPAA and adheres to all client confidentiality requirements and standards.


· Complies and maintains familiarity with agency and program policies and procedures and other applicable regulations.


· Attends and participates in supervision, staff meetings, trainings, conferences, workshops, and special projects to promote professional development.


· Models HHCLA approach, mission and core values in all communication, correspondence, community events, coalitions and advocacy efforts.


· HHCLA works with many clients of different special populations which includes, but is not limited to the following: Veteran Clients and veteran specific duties, Older adults, co-occurring disorders, PTSD, Justice Involved Individuals, Transitional Aged Youth, etc.


· Reports to work on time and maintains reliable and regular attendance.


· Maintains current licensing and/or certification as required for position.


· Other duties as assigned.



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Each Direct Care House Managers must be able to independently implement all aspects of each individual's Person-Centered Plan (PCP), as well as, individually operate and complete all household duties. Other duties may also be assigned.


1. Must Implement an individual's specific training program(s) as outlined in the individual's Person-Centered Plan of Service.
2. Must provide input on consumer's progress to the individual's Support Coordinator.
3. Must document the health and programmatic status of each individual and the activities of the home on an ongoing basis.
4. Must pass competency-based training in the areas of medication administration, health and safety, behavior, intervention, and other areas of in-service training.
5. Must be able to maintain the cleanliness of the home, using common, household cleaning supplies and equipment.
6. Must be able to complete individual’s laundry and linen using the household washer and dryer.
7. Must be able to assist in maintaining the outside appearance of the home and vehicle by using common cleaning and yard equipment.
8. Must be capable of completing financial transactions for money management with the Established guidelines for the individual's and the home.
9. Must be capable of reading and adhering to menu planning and recipes.
10. Must be capable of determining and obtaining needed grocery supplies.
11. Must be able to prepare meals by utilizing major and minor appliances.
12. Must be able to implement a behavior intervention programs as written in individual's plan.
13. Must Participate and instruct the individuals in recreation and leisure activities using necessary recreation and leisure equipment.
14. Must be capable of transferring individuals safely in and out of vehicles.
15. Must be able to correctly and safely operate the vehicle's adaptive equipment.
16. Must handle all incidents in a timely manner, and report to Grace Points Inc. upper management.
17. Must report to Staffing Coordinator and upper management.
18. Must create weekly schedules for employees working in home, and accommodate employee working availability.
19. Must Cooperate and work in harmony with Staffing Coordinator and upper management.
20. Must be able to supervise staff and create an enabling working environment for both employees and consumers.
21. Must fill out monthly and weekly paperwork in a timely manner. Turning in On Time to Office.
1. This includes Schedules for pay periods, time sheets of employees, and tally sheets.
2. Must also ensure that all progress notes are filled out properly and turned in on time.
22. Must Implement an individual's specific training program(s) as required by Grace Points Inc.
23. Must have a phone on at all times for emergencies.
24. Must maintain excellent customer service with the clients at all times.


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We are a staffing agency for Direct Care Workers in the Wayne County Area. We help those with special needs to live their lives independently.


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Each Direct Care House Managers must be able to independently implement all aspects of each individual's Person-Centered Plan (PCP), as well as, individually operate and complete all household duties. Other duties may also be assigned.


1. Must Implement an individual's specific training program(s) as outlined in the individual's Person-Centered Plan of Service.
2. Must provide input on consumer's progress to the individual's Support Coordinator.
3. Must document the health and programmatic status of each individual and the activities of the home on an ongoing basis.
4. Must pass competency-based training in the areas of medication administration, health and safety, behavior, intervention, and other areas of in-service training.
5. Must be able to maintain the cleanliness of the home, using common, household cleaning supplies and equipment.
6. Must be able to complete individual’s laundry and linen using the household washer and dryer.
7. Must be able to assist in maintaining the outside appearance of the home and vehicle by using common cleaning and yard equipment.
8. Must be capable of completing financial transactions for money management with the Established guidelines for the individual's and the home.
9. Must be capable of reading and adhering to menu planning and recipes.
10. Must be capable of determining and obtaining needed grocery supplies.
11. Must be able to prepare meals by utilizing major and minor appliances.
12. Must be able to implement a behavior intervention programs as written in individual's plan.
13. Must Participate and instruct the individuals in recreation and leisure activities using necessary recreation and leisure equipment.
14. Must be capable of transferring individuals safely in and out of vehicles.
15. Must be able to correctly and safely operate the vehicle's adaptive equipment.
16. Must handle all incidents in a timely manner, and report to Grace Points Inc. upper management.
17. Must report to Staffing Coordinator and upper management.
18. Must create weekly schedules for employees working in home, and accommodate employee working availability.
19. Must Cooperate and work in harmony with Staffing Coordinator and upper management.
20. Must be able to supervise staff and create an enabling working environment for both employees and consumers.
21. Must fill out monthly and weekly paperwork in a timely manner. Turning in On Time to Office.
1. This includes Schedules for pay periods, time sheets of employees, and tally sheets.
2. Must also ensure that all progress notes are filled out properly and turned in on time.
22. Must Implement an individual's specific training program(s) as required by Grace Points Inc.
23. Must have a phone on at all times for emergencies.
24. Must maintain excellent customer service with the clients at all times.


Company Description

We are a staffing agency for Direct Care Workers in the Wayne County Area. We help those with special needs to live their lives independently.


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PLEASE READ THROUGH THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY BEFORE APPLYING-


-We are only able to accept WOMEN APPLICANTS at this time due to the client's needs.


WEEK END ONLY - DAY SHIFTS 7AM-3PM, EVENING SHIFTS 3PM-11PM OVERNIGHT SHIFTS 11PM-7AM


ON-CALL - ALL SHIFTS, ALL DAYS


YOU MUST BE PHYSICALLY ABLE TO PARTICIPATE IN RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES WITH VERY ACTIVE CLIENTS.


A majority of this job is engaging in an emotionally supportive role for the client and attending to mental health needs. You must posses patience, self-composure and be prepared to a mentally challenging environment.


WE ARE A GROWING ORGANIZATION AND HAVE MANY OPPORTUNITIES FOR PROMOTION.


Objective: This position provides direct support to the people we serve in a corporate foster care setting and in the community primary diagnosis of Mental illness.


Qualifications (Required): Ability to read, write, and basic computer skills, driver’s license required, motor vehicle check (MVR) with satisfactory driving record, must successfully complete a DHS background screening, must be physically able to participate in 245D approved manual restraints, patience, self-control, ability to self-direct, scheduling flexibility, attention to detail, ability to consistently comply with the support plan, ability to recognize and respect boundaries, the ability to relate to a wide variety of people, and knowledge and experience of behavior management techniques.


Qualifications (Preferred): 2+ years of experience with vulnerable adults who have a mental health diagnoses and high behaviors, medication administration training and experience, Person Centered and Positive Support training, First Aid and CPR training, schooling in mental health, nursing, social work, or a related helping profession, experience with being in a lead position.


Primary Roles and Responsibilities:


· Properly handle and dispense medications


· Ensure accurate documentation in Client’s progress notes and MAR


· Identify and assist with medical needs


· Possess comprehensive knowledge of and adhere to Client’s CSSP


· Practice universal precautions as described in the Universal Precautions Policy


· Adhere to all company policies, procedures, and practices


· Demonstrate an understanding of adult foster care standards and licensing requirements, and maintain compliance with county, state, and federal regulations that govern the services we provide


· Provide intervention and de-escalation strategies for persons experiencing mental health symptoms


· Maintain a clean, sanitary, and safe environment in the homes by being mindful of potential risks and safety concerns, ensuring all environmental safety measures are maintained; i.e. locking medication cabinets, locking sharps, locking chemicals, completing daily counts of said items


· Practice safe transportation of Clients


· Assist with various daily living skills and activities in the home; i.e. cooking or baking, meal planning, activity planning, cleaning, gardening, laundry, creating shopping lists, counting money


· Assist with various activities in the community; i.e. running errands, medical appointments, going out to eat, client appropriate dances, bike riding, taking walks, going swimming


· Assist clients in attaining their individual programs goals, including; self-care, vocational training, recreation and leisure time, and community interaction


· Assist clients in maintaining respectful boundaries with friends, family, and people in the community


· Encourage and foster emotional growth of clients


· Have effective communication with coworkers, clients, family members, case managers, and all other professionals


· Demonstrate the ability to be dependable by being on time for all shifts, house meetings, training sessions, and other related activities


· Participate in house team meetings, assist in the development of treatment strategies and make resident behavioral observations


· Contribute to a positive culture that leads to success for all who live and work in our homes, celebrating successes, and bringing fun to the workplace to enrich the lives of our clients and staff


· Complete other duties as assigned by Supervisor or Administration


· Essential functions of this positions can include, but is not limited to, walking long distances, bending, being on hands and knees, operating a vacuum, using cleaning supplies, walking up and down staircases multiple times daily with supplies in hand, pushing or pulling heavy objects, using hands and fingers to manipulate objects such as, but not limited to, medication containers, typing on a keyboard, writing, and using keys to lock and unlock doors


· Assist Manager, Supervisor, or Program Director when asked


Job Types: Full-time, Part-time


Salary: $16.00 to $18.00 /hour


Company Description

Stable Housing Solutions of MN is a company that specializes in Corporate Foster Care Homes that support persons with primary diagnosis' in mental health. We utilize person centered approaches to help our individuals become as independent as possible. Our company is expanding quickly. We are looking for persons interested in growing with us through advancement.


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$5000 Signing Bonus! Free onsite parking! Free Meals! 


Era Living is seeking a full-time Resident Care Manager (LPN/RN) to become the newest member of our Nursing team located at our University House Issaquah, WA.


Competitive Compensation and a Complete Benefits Package including:



  • Company Sponsored Health Plan

  • 401k with Generous Employer Match

  • Vacation & Sick Leave

  • Leadership & Longevity Bonuses

  • Free Parking

  • Company Paid CEUs

  • Employee Discount Programs

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • The advantages of an environment that supports your development and recognizes your achievements!


Primary Responsibilities:
The Resident Care Manager is responsible for leading a dynamic team of Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs), overseeing the day-to-day care of our Assisted Living residents. This role will contribute to the assessment of residents, participate in developing care plans and implement healthcare services. May be required to work on weekends as Director/Manager on duty.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:



  • Current WA State RN or LPN license

  • Experience managing persons with cognitive impairment and age related illness.

  • Ability to work Monday through Friday.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage paraprofessional staff.

  • Knowledge of boarding home regulations as they apply to assisted living preferred.

  • Ability to pass DSHS background check, required.


About Era Living:
If you are passionate about improving the quality of life for older adults and exemplify a values based approach to your work, demonstrating integrity, credibility, consistency, strong team orientation, and outstanding communication, we welcome your application!

Era Living has been voted #4 Best Place to Work in Seattle 2017 (CityVoter’s) and Top 5 BEST Places to Work in 2014 & 2015 (King5 Best of Western Washington!).

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Positions Available! Hiring Now!


Interviewing Applicants in Terre Haute, Indiana.


Full Company training provided for positions in


Water & Air testing. Training and work


starts immediately:


*Guaranteed Advancements.


*Structured Bonuses.


*No Experience Necessary.


*Neat in Appearance.


**Excellent earnings- $30K+


ACCEPTING RESUMES & SCHEDULING INTERVIEWS


IMMEDIATELY!


Company Description

Fresh, clean drinking water is an essential human need. Even though your city filters water that comes into your house, it still may be not only be dirty but deadly. Often times, our cities do not receive the funding needed to keep our water systems working properly. How many times have you seen boiling orders for your city?
Also, testing your private well's water quality on a regular basis is an important part of maintaining a safe and reliable source. The test results allow you to properly address the specific problems of a water supply. This will help ensure that the water source is being properly protected from potential contamination, and that appropriate treatment is selected and operating properly.

Having your water tested by a company like ours, can help you understand how we can help keep your family safe. We work with some of the leading manufacturers in the water treatment industry helping provide you with solutions to all your water needs.

Why is air quality important? Low air quality affects how you live and breathe, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA looks at Air Quality Index (AQI) to provide simple information on how unhealthy air may affect you.
An indoor air quality test can identify the levels of pollutants as well as solutions to bring those levels down. It is only with this type of factual information that you can do something about the air you breathe. You don't have to live or work in a sick building any longer. We perform air quality testing as mold testing to help you improve your indoor environment.
Let’s test your indoor air quality!
Our laser particle counter tool can accurately test the air particles in your home for:
• Dust Mites
• Cat Dander
• Bacteria
• Viruses
• Tobacco Smoke
• Skin Flakes
• Pollen
And much more! These tests can help you determine your air quality and protect you and your family’s health. We can help explain how we can help with your indoor air quality.


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Looking to fill home care cases in Ingham and Eaton County


Duties:


Housework


Shopping


Meal Preparation


Bathing 


Grooming


Dressing


 



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Nurse Manager


 


Background


 


The Malta House of Care Mobile Medical Clinic has been providing free, high quality primary care to uninsured adults of the greater Hartford area since 2006. The clinic provides services four locations; one in East Hartford, and three in Hartford from Monday through Thursday. In addition, our office at 19 Woodland Street is used to provide specialty care by appointment.  Under the direction of the Medical Director, the nurse manager coordinates clinics, assists in the management of the Malta House of Care staff, and volunteers working at the clinic. In the absence of volunteer nursing staff, the manager also provides direct patient care. 


 


This Nurse Manager role is a 32 hour  a week position.


 


 


Major Responsibilities:


 


1.      Supervise the clinic nurse, medical assistants and patient navigator and conducts regular staff meetings


 


2.      Assigns daily work schedules for the Malta staff to meet the office and clinic needs


 


3.      Schedules physicians, ancillary providers, nurses, medical assistants and interpreters for the clinic days and areas via a monthly calendar


 


4.      Reviews the registration desk, nurse intake station and van nurse station to ensure that patients are seen in a timely manner.


 


5.      Assists the van nurse with point of care testing and assists the providers during procedures


 


6.      Assumes responsibility for the orientation, training, and supervision of all volunteer nurses and medical assistants


 


             7.Conducts a yearly Skill Validation Day to update all volunteer nurses on point of care testing


 


             8. Precepts student nurses if necessary


 


             9. Makes recommendations for clinic supplies and potential budgetary needs for the clinic


 


            10. Assists the staff in collecting and documenting all necessary statistics for the clinic


 


             11. Ensures Quality Control Measures are in place and carried out


 


            12. In coordination with the Medical Director, helps to keep the van and church environment safe and clean


 


            13. Notifies the Medical Director of any situation the jeopardizes the patient, i.e. falls


 


            14. Assists in the recruitment of new volunteer nurses and observation day for all potential volunteers


 


            15. Attend monthly Operations Meeting and quarterly Board meetings


           


                                                           


Qualifications:


 


1.      Education


a.       Graduate of an accredited school of nursing-BSN preferred


b.      Current Connecticut state license


c.       Current BLS certification including AED training


2.      Minimum of three years of clinical experience


3.      Minimum of 2 year of supervisory experience


4.      Valid Connecticut driver’s license


5.      Ability to speak Spanish or Portuguese a plus


 


Knowledge and Abilities:


                       


1.      Knowledge of current trends in community nursing and population health


 


2.      Awareness of Federal and State regulations related to primary care health


 


3.      Leadership and management skills including communication, problem solving and decision making


 


4.      Ability to work and communicate with a varied volunteer staff


 


5.      Knowledge of the Malta mission and ability to represent Malta in the community


 


6.      Working knowledge of Excel and Word and EMR


 


7.      Experience in developing  office policies for the staff


 


8.      Ability to maintain accountability, work independently and collaborate with the Malta management team


 


9.      Adhere to strict confidentiality of all patient and organizational information and ensure staff compliance as well


 


10.  Should be able to stand for long periods of time and carry equipment up to 25 lbs.



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MUST HAVE:


Good Customer service skills


clean drivers license


Your own tools


Minimum of 2 years of grooming experience


THERE WILL BE A SIGN ON BONUS AFTER 90 DAY TRIAL PERIOD!


Company Description

We are a dog daycare, boarding, and grooming facility.


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 POSITION OVERVIEW:


Under the direction of the PSH Manager, the Housing Retention Specialist works directly with program participants in a Permanent Supportive Housing site and develops, arranges and coordinates treatment services. The Housing Retention Specialist provides linkage to permanent, affordable housing service for homeless individuals who meet the criteria to available Homeless Health Care Los Angeles Housing Subsidized Programs. The Housing Retention Specialist also works to improve the health of homeless individuals by assisting with the provision of stable housing, development of a comprehensive treatment plan and facilitating linkages to medical care, mental health care, alcohol/substance use treatment, housing retention and other supportive services.


PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:


·                Conducts comprehensive assessments (CES surveys, ASAM/ASI, vulnerability index tools etc.) to determine appropriate housing options, case management and other supportive service needs.


·                Conducts on-going quarterly needs and financial assessments to identify client’s continued housing, supportive service needs and barriers to maintaining permanent supportive housing.


·                Develops individualized case plans with measurable goals and objectives to assist participants in achieving their desired outcomes.


·                Develops and networks with representatives in other agencies/community based agencies to support individuals in attaining services such as housing, mental health care, medical treatment, financial assistance, legal advocacy, etc.


·                Networks and collaborates with community based organizations to obtain referrals and ensure contractual capacity is met.


·                Responsible for networking, collaborating and assisting participants in locating and obtaining housing in an expedient manner in line with the Housing First Model.


·                Provides intensive case management services, self-help groups/workshops, assistance with completing applications, as well as on-going guidance and education to clients as they transition into permanent supportive housing.


·                Performs home visits, eviction prevention, budgeting, life skills coaching, and other housing retention services to support clients with sustaining permanent supportive housing.


·                Documents client’s progress related to their participation in housing and supportive services, intake and exit/discharges into the HMIS data system and DHS CHAMP data system within required deadlines.


·                Implements and consistently practices harm reduction, trauma informed care, housing first and integrated care interventions.


·                Able to serve a diverse vulnerable client populations and communicate effectively in a culturally competent manner.


·                Able to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment, utilizing professional, open and respectful communication. Maintains a solution focused, strengths based and client centered approach with managers, co-workers and clients of HHCLA.


·                Maintains client records according to HIPAA and adheres to all client confidentiality requirements and standards.


·                Complies and maintains familiarity with agency and program policies and procedures and other applicable regulations.


·                Attends and participates in supervision, staff meetings, trainings, conferences, workshops, and special projects to promote professional development.


·                Models HHCLA approach, mission and core values in all communication, correspondence, community events, coalitions and advocacy efforts.


·                HHCLA works with many clients of different special populations which includes, but is not limited to the following: Veteran Clients and veteran specific duties, Older adults, co-occurring disorders, PTSD, Justice Involved Individuals, Transitional Aged Youth, etc.


·                Reports to work on time and maintains reliable and regular attendance.


·                Maintains current licensing and/or certification as required for position.


·                Other duties as assigned.



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Matties Care House Llc in Laveen, AZ is looking for one bht to join our 14 person strong team. We are located on 6823 West Pleasant Lane. Our ideal candidate is a self-starter, motivated, and hard-working.


Responsibilities


Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. (Other duties may be assigned.)


•     Attend and satisfactorily complete staff training and maintain current training requirements as stipulated by state licensing standards.


•     Assist in identifying priority programming profiles and implementation of programs (objectives) within the daily routine.


•     Complete advocate responsibilities in a timely manner.


•     Record progress data and documentation of special I unusual incidents.


•     Complete assignments, prepares for, and participates in ISP process as designated.


•     Transport residents as appropriate.


•     Attend all meetings as designated.


•     Prepare monthly summaries of progress as a part of advocate responsibilities.


•     Help plan menus with consumer input and ensure compliance for budget of program.


•     Inventory and purchase supplies as requested per supervisor and submit required documentation of expenditures.


•     Coordinate, assist, and I or prepare meals according to the menu and number of persons to be served. Participate in serving and supervising meals. Wash dishes (or assist the residents as needed) and prepare food for proper storage.


•     Administer specific medication and correctly chart on medication log.


•     Uses, maintains and cleans specialized equipment required on program.


•     Assist in hygiene and dressing of residents as necessary.


•     Provide a home-like environment ensuring the daily routine which includes appropriate care and supervision.


  • •     Implement and document plans for recreation activities, community utilization and skill acquisition programs.

Qualifications


Qualification Requirements: Must be minimum of 19 years of age. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and I or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Must also test negative for tuberculosis (TB)prior to start date. Must be able to pass a background check to obtain a level 1 fingerprint clearance card from Arizona Department of Public Safety. CPR & First Aid (Preferred), Level One Fingerprint Clearance Card (Preferred), Prevention & Support (Preferred) MCH will pay to help employees obtain credentials.


Education and I or Experience: The Behavioral Health Technician should be a High school graduate or equivalent required. Previous experience in personal care or other related fields. Experience working with children with behavioral management preferred, but not required.





We are looking forward to reading your application.


Available shifts and compensation: We have available shifts all days of the week. Compensation is $12.00/hour.



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Job Title: House Lead (for a Residential Home for Developmentally Disabled)


Location: Culver City, CA


Work Schedule: AM & PM shifts




  • Job Summary - The House Lead is responsible to assist the Administrator with the coordination of the home so that the residents’ health and safety needs are met. The House Lead assists to maintain compliance under the California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 17 and Title 22 as well as the Lanterman Act (Welfare and Institutions Code). The House Lead is expected to ensure residents to maximize independence.


  • Essential Functions: Follow physician's directions, including assisting the client with the administration of medication and other treatment, Implement approved emergency procedures in the event of a fire, earthquake, or other natural disasters, Participate in the development of the Individual Program Plan (IPP), Provide transportation to medical and dental appointments, community outings and as otherwise outlined in the IPP - using company approved vehicle (this may include company vehicles and employee's vehicle), Maintain a record of medical and dental visits, current weight, medication (dosage), frequency and times of administration, reasons for medications, (side effects), illnesses, injuries, special incidents, funds, and personal possessions, etc., Develop a shopping list to purchase food and supplies as instructed by the Administrator to prepare meals according to posted menus, Communicate on a regular basis with Regional Center, day programs, and other services providers and agencies, as needed, Maintain a master calendar of appointments, facility activities, meetings with Regional Center, etc., Support DSPs to maximize the clients’ independence and Perform other related duties and assignments are required


  • Job Requirements: Minimum Education: High school diploma or GED. CPR, DSP I, DSP II, First Aid, and CPI. Minimum Experience: One year of experience with direct supervision and services to persons with developmental disabilities.



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We are seeking a Caregiver to join our team! You will assist in the daily care of elderly or disabled individuals.


Responsibilities:



  • Assist clients with daily living activities

  • Communicate ongoing care results and updates to relevant parties

  • Collaborate with clients and families for best care opportunities

  • Maintain a healthy and comfortable living environment


Qualifications:



  • Previous experience in personal care or other related fields

  • Compassionate and caring demeanor

  • Ability to build rapport with clients

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills


Hourly wages: $12-$15


Company Description

Cameo is a licensed 6 bed family home providing 24 hour
Total care for medically fragile persons
willing to provide all training for the right person


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POSITION OVERVIEW:


Under the direction of the PSH Manager, the Housing Retention Specialist works directly with program participants in a Permanent Supportive Housing site and develops, arranges and coordinates treatment services. The Housing Retention Specialist provides linkage to permanent, affordable housing service for homeless individuals who meet the criteria to available Homeless Health Care Los Angeles Housing Subsidized Programs. The Housing Retention Specialist also works to improve the health of homeless individuals by assisting with the provision of stable housing, development of a comprehensive treatment plan and facilitating linkages to medical care, mental health care, alcohol/substance use treatment, housing retention and other supportive services.


PRINCIPAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:


· Conducts comprehensive assessments (CES surveys, ASAM/ASI, vulnerability index tools etc.) to determine appropriate housing options, case management and other supportive service needs.


· Conducts on-going quarterly needs and financial assessments to identify client’s continued housing, supportive service needs and barriers to maintaining permanent supportive housing.


· Develops individualized case plans with measurable goals and objectives to assist participants in achieving their desired outcomes.


· Develops and networks with representatives in other agencies/community based agencies to support individuals in attaining services such as housing, mental health care, medical treatment, financial assistance, legal advocacy, etc.


· Networks and collaborates with community based organizations to obtain referrals and ensure contractual capacity is met.


· Responsible for networking, collaborating and assisting participants in locating and obtaining housing in an expedient manner in line with the Housing First Model.


· Provides intensive case management services, self-help groups/workshops, assistance with completing applications, as well as on-going guidance and education to clients as they transition into permanent supportive housing.


· Performs home visits, eviction prevention, budgeting, life skills coaching, and other housing retention services to support clients with sustaining permanent supportive housing.


· Documents client’s progress related to their participation in housing and supportive services, intake and exit/discharges into the HMIS data system and DHS CHAMP data system within required deadlines.


· Implements and consistently practices harm reduction, trauma informed care, housing first and integrated care interventions.


· Able to serve a diverse vulnerable client populations and communicate effectively in a culturally competent manner.


· Able to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment, utilizing professional, open and respectful communication. Maintains a solution focused, strengths based and client centered approach with managers, co-workers and clients of HHCLA.


· Maintains client records according to HIPAA and adheres to all client confidentiality requirements and standards.


· Complies and maintains familiarity with agency and program policies and procedures and other applicable regulations.


· Attends and participates in supervision, staff meetings, trainings, conferences, workshops, and special projects to promote professional development.


· Models HHCLA approach, mission and core values in all communication, correspondence, community events, coalitions and advocacy efforts.


· HHCLA works with many clients of different special populations which includes, but is not limited to the following: Veteran Clients and veteran specific duties, Older adults, co-occurring disorders, PTSD, Justice Involved Individuals, Transitional Aged Youth, etc.


· Reports to work on time and maintains reliable and regular attendance.


· Maintains current licensing and/or certification as required for position.


· Other duties as assigned.



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You work hard every day, right? Bring the projects in on budget? Make the customers
happy? You show up on time and leave the job site clean as a pin... never even taking a sick day!
But do you ever get one word of gratitude? A moment of praise? A note saying thank you?
Probably not. You may have worked for YEARS feeling underappreciated... decades even.
Do you feel like your boss just doesn’t care about you? Maybe even doesn’t like you?
If you do, you’re not alone. The service industry is full of employers who look down at their employees – bosses who don’t know that the EMPLOYEES are the company’s greatest resource.
This is a problem because if you work in an environment like this for too long, it can be
discouraging. It can take the FUN out of work. It can even hurt your home life and make you feel like you’ve picked the wrong career path... even if you LOVE TO WORK and you are really good at it.
Guess what? It doesn’t have to be that way.
At our company, we are DIFFERENT. We VALUE our employees and we let them KNOW IT.
We recognize achievement in our weekly meetings, highlight our handymen in our monthly newsletters, and brag on them in social media.
When clients say good things about our employees, we CELEBRATE it.
Yes, we have very high standards and expect a great deal from our employees – but the expectations are written in black and white and there is NEVER any “playing favorites.” We are all on the same TEAM and we pull together to achieve our company goals.
Listen, executing a project right is a lot of work, but it can and should be FUN and
REWARDING. If you want to finally be on a POSITIVE and ORGANIZED team of ELITE
handymen, I’d like to invite you to learn more about our unique service company.


Specific Responsibilities:



  • Complete small to medium repairs, remodeling, and home improvement projects including doors, fences, gutter cleaning, caulking, etc

  • Complete carpentry projects including cabinetry, countertops, shelving, painting, drywall, and minor electrical and plumbing... etc

  • Communicate with customers about scope of work

  • Insure the efficient use of materials and maintain adequate stock of necessary equipment

  • Perform other duties as needed which may include cross-training in related positions


Job Requirements:



  • Skilled tradesman with at least 5 years of experience in home maintenance/repair and remodeling

  • Strong carpentry background

  • Must have own tools fit for many job types

  • Proficiency to navigate tablet based technology

  • Team player who can work independently

  • Valid Drivers License


Job Type: Part-time


 



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Join a Family, Serve with the Best


Are you a CNA looking for both meaning and a career? Do you have a servant’s heart and are committed to making a difference every single day? Then we want to talk with you!


We offer good pay and benefits, low drama and high enthusiasm for what we do.


Benefits include:


Paid Meal Time with Complimentary Meals


Opportunity for Quarterly Raises for Hourly Employees


Opportunity to win a new car


Vacation and Sick time accrual after 90 days


End of year sick time payout for hourly employees


Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance policies


Health insurance as low as $100 per month


401k Retirement Plan


Flexible Spending Plan


Promotion Opportunities


And much, much more!!!


Only those truly committed to growth need apply. If you are serious about working with people who treat our work as family, and our family with respect, then apply online at https://www.bentonhouse.com/careers/ or by texting Jobs to 242424.


Company Description

The Benton House communities are Senior Living and Memory Care Communities. Age does not diminish the basic human desire for independence, dignity and choice. Benton House seeks to fulfill for seniors what we all want each and every day—to be happy and healthy, to continue to contribute, and to have a voice in the direction of our lives.


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