Caregiver / Bilingual / Home Health / 12 Hour Shifts /
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 - 18 months ago