Provides non-medical personal care, companionship, and domestic services to clients of Professional Healthcare at Home in the clients' private homes.
Position-Specific Skills, Competencies and Responsibilities:
The employee understands and agrees that when working in the private home of a Professional Healthcare at Home client, the employee serves as personal attendant under California Wage Order 15. In such situations when working in the private home of a Professional Healthcare at Home client, the employee confirms that he or she will spend at least 80% of his or her time supervising, feeding or dressing the Professional Healthcare at Home client, and will not spend more than 20% of his or her time on work other than the supervision, feeding or dressing of the Professional Healthcare at Home client.
The employee also confirms that he or she is not a licensed vocational, registered or practical nurse, and that in such situations when working in the private home of a Professional Healthcare at Home client, he or she will not regularly (1) perform any intrusive medical procedures; (2) administer medication; (3) take temperatures, pulse or respiration rates of the Professional Healthcare at Home client.
If any of the situations mentioned in #1 and #2 above or the terms of employment change during any shift while working in the private home of a Professional Healthcare at Home supervisor immediately.
A minimum of one year full time experience in care giving required; CNA or CHHA preferred.
Current CPR certificate preferred.
Proof of legal authorization to work in the United States required: See page 2 of the Form I-9 for the list of Acceptable Documents.
Negative criminal conviction background check through California Department of Justice required.
Minimum of two positive references required, preferably from most recent supervisors.
Driving experience for a minimum of three years a plus. Employees who drive their own vehicles on company business will be required to show proof of a current valid driving license and current, valid insurance coverage as required by law, including but not limited to bodily injury limits of at least $100,000 per person and $300,000 per accident.
Kindred at Home
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