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We provide senior in-home care help & assistance in Flowery Branch, Braselton, Buford, Dacula, Duluth, Gainesville, Hoschton, Johns Creek, Lawrenceville, Oakwood, Sugar Hill, Suwanee, Barrow County, Forsyth County, Gwinnett County, Hall County, Jackson County, North Fulton County.
ARE YOU A CAREGIVING SUPERSTAR? ARE YOU READY 4 A F-L-E-X-I-B-L-E Schedule?
R U a HHA Looking for Better Hours?
Do You Like Working 12 Hour Nights?
Are You Available to Work Now in Gainesville & Flowery Branch?
Would You Like Short Hours PRN for Fill-in & Last Minute?
We Love Our Caregivers & We are Always Looking to Hire More But Only the BEST Need to APPLY
We hire RN’s, CNA’s & PCA’s – FT PT & PRN
We look for people who are dependable, compassionate, loving, very flexible & skilled. Experience working with hospice, special needs, cancer, dementia, seniors, rehab, disabilities, etc. is extremely beneficial. Customer service focused, willing to learn, and have a positive quality-driven approach, then we want YOU!
We offer competitive rates, referral programs, a great team & environment.
You will need:
- A current TB,
- A current CPR/1st Aid,
- A current CNA (or applicable certificate),
- A valid DL, SS/Visa
- Auto Insurance
You must pass:
- The State of Georgia’s system of Required National Background & Fingerprinting checks,
- Drug check
- Be E-Verify employable.
- You must be able to drive & have clean, good, driving record.
If you have long term care experience but are not a CNA/PCA/HHA & qualify, we can certify you to work with us.
OFFICIAL CNA/PCA JOB DESCRIPTION
• CNA/PCA’s provide service to individuals in their own homes and communities, who need assistance caring for themselves as a result of old age, sickness, disability, accidents, illnesses, hospitalization, convalescence and/or other inflictions. Personal Care may include assistance with the activities of daily living, housecleaning, laundry, meal preparation, transportation, companionship and respite,
• CNA/PCA’s are responsible for ensuring that service is delivered in a caring and respectful manner, in accordance with relevant Agency policies and industry standards.
• Reports to Supervisor
- Current Georgia CNA License or PCA Certification
- High School Diploma or GED
- Current driver’s license.
- Proper Vehicle Insurance Coverage.
- Satisfactory TB Screening
- Satisfactory Criminal Background Check
- Be able to read/write/speak proficiently in English
- Current CPR/First Aid License
- Never have been shown by credible evidence to have abused, neglected, sexually assaulted, exploited or deprived any person or to have subjected any person to serious injury as the result of intentional or grossly negligent misconduct
- Participate in a minimum eight (8) hours of orientation and training as required upon hiring and yearly thereafter.
- Have not made any materially false statements concerning qualifications requirements either to the department or the provider.
- Be licensed or certified in Georgia in accordance with professional licensing laws and associated rules. CNA/PCA’s performing professional practices consistent with the activities as regulated by the Georgia licensing statutes and associated rules. CNA/PCA’s performing personal care tasks must have successfully completed a nurse aide training and competency evaluation and be registered with the Georgia DHR Nurse Aide Registry certified by company Registered Nurse, Pass competency test with minimum score of 80% and demonstrate/pass appropriate skills check.
- Must be physically and mentally capable of performing any and/or all of the listed duties.
- Able to follow verbal and written instructions, and complete written reports and documents.
- Be able to understand the characteristics, needs and care requirements of elderly, persons with disabilities or convalescing individuals; meal preparation and serving, transportation and escort services, housekeeping to include sanitation; home safety; handing medical emergencies in the home and infection control
- Obligation to report known exposure to tuberculosis and hepatitis to the employer
- Assist with the activities of daily living and personal care including:
- – bathing – shaving – ambulation
- – mouth care – dressing – exercise
- – hair care – feeding – toileting
- – nail care – positioning – medication reminding
- – skin care – transferring – vital signs and Blood Pressure
- Ensure client’s safety and security by supervising the home environment, in management, safety and sanitation, as well as infection control.
- Teach/perform meal planning and preparation, routine housekeeping activities such as making/changing beds, dusting, vacuuming, washing floors, cleaning kitchen and bathroom, and laundry.
- Provide companionship including social interactions, conversations, emotional reassurance and encouragement of activities that stimulate the mind.
- Perform/assist with essential shopping/errands, which may include handling the client’s money in accordance with the care plan and under the observation of the Supervisor.
- Assist clients with following a written, special diet plan and reinforcement of diet maintenance, which is provided under the direction of a Physician and as identified on the care plan for proper nutrition.
- Escort clients to medical facilities, errands, shopping and outings as specified in the care plan.
- Assist clients with communication by writing or typing correspondence for them or researching information for them.
- Participate on the Care Team by providing input and making suggestions.
- Ensure service is delivered in accordance with all relevant policies, procedures and practices.
- Monitor supplies and resources.
- Evaluate the program and make recommendations to it, as indicated.
- Follow the written care plan.
- Carry out duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
- Observe clients and their environments and reports unsafe conditions to Supervisor.
- Observe clients and their environments and reports behavior, physical and/or cognitive changes and/or changes in living arrangements to Supervisor.
- Complete and maintain records of daily activities, observations, and direct hours of service.
- Attend orientation, in-service training sessions and staff meetings.
- Develop and maintain constructive and cooperative working relationships with others.
- Make decisions and solve problems.
- Communicate with Supervisor and co-workers.
- Observe, receive and obtain information from relevant sources.
- Performs other duties as required.
- Knowledge of personal care and home management skills.
- Knowledge of principles and processes for providing client and personal care services, including needs determinants, meeting quality standards and evaluation of client satisfaction.
- Knowledge of the English language.
- Knowledge of the information and techniques needed to diagnose and treat injuries including emergency first aid and CPR.
- Knowledge of clerical procedures such as maintaining records and completing forms.
- The ability to competently assist clients with their activities of daily living.
- The ability to be aware of other people’s reactions and understanding why they react as they do.
- The ability to establish and maintain relationships.
- The ability to teach others.
- The ability to listen actively.
- The ability to identify problems and determine effective solutions.
- The ability to apply reason and logic to identify strengths and weaknesses of possible solutions.
- The ability to monitor and assess themselves, clients and effectiveness of service.
- The ability to understand written and oral instructions.
- The ability to communicate information orally so others understand.
- The ability to communicate in writing so others understand.
- The ability to work independently and in cooperation with others.
- The ability to be adaptable and receptive when working with a team of caregivers and/or
- The ability to determine or recognize when something is likely to go wrong.
- The ability to suggest a number of ideas on a subject.
- The ability to perform activities that use the whole body.
- The ability to handle and move objects and people.
- The ability to provide advice and consultation to others.
- The ability to observe and recognize changes in clients.
- The ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with clients/families/co-workers.
- The ability to respect the rights and privacy of others
Physical and Mental Demands:
- Good physical and mental health.
- Physical ability to stand, walk, use hands and fingers, reach, stoop, kneel, crouch, talk, hear and see.
- Mental fortitude and stability to handle stress.
- Physical and mental ability to drive a vehicle.
To apply for this job please visit asnjobs.com.