Home Care - C.N.A.

Community Care, Inc. Burlington , NC 27215

Posted 2 months ago

Community Care is hiring a Home Care

  • C.N.A. for our PACE Program. This rewarding opportunity is perfect for someone who enjoys team collaboration, being part of a mission driven organization and who shares our mission to help elderly individuals and adults with physical and intellectual disabilities continue to live as independently as possible in the community. This is a part-time opportunity at our 2457 S. Browns Lake Dr. Burlington, WI

Home Care

  • C.N.A.

    Responsibilities:
  • Assists in identifying and reporting signs and symptoms indicating physical, emotional or behavioral changes in members. Maintains accurate and current written records indicating ongoing documentation of services provided. Monitors the completion of in home visit records and collaborates with supervisor to address any issues that arise. Audits IHAT and Care Plan documents for consistency in conjunction with Home care Supervisor. Accurately enters PCW schedules in uConnect and makes changes accordingly.

  • Assures punctuality for members' scheduled visits and van rides. Escorts members to appointments as necessary.

  • Provides personal care and/or homemaking services outlined in the plan of care. Assists with laundry as needed.

Home Care

  • C.N.A.

    Job Requirements:
  • Education: High School Diploma Preferred

  • Experience: A minimum total of 1 year of personal or employment experience providing care or services for a frail or elderly population. Preferred: Experience working with individuals with dementia.

  • Certification: Wisconsin Certified Nursing Assistant in good standing on registry

Home Care

  • C.N.A. Job Schedule:
  • Monday to Friday, weekend and holiday rotation

  • 6:00 AM 11:00 AM

Community Care is a nonprofit organization with over 40 years of experience helping adults with long-term care needs live as independently as possible. Our Medicare/Medicaid long-term care programs serve the needs of older adults and adults with disabilities. We coordinate and deliver a full range of supportive services that help them live safely, confidently and with dignity.

More than 10,000 Wisconsinites trust in us to provide the quality support needed to help them reach their potential in health, happiness and independence. We are Wisconsin-based and have local offices supporting each of the 14 counties we serve.

Compensation and Benefits:

Our employees make a real difference in people's lives every day. To show appreciation, we're dedicated to offering competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package to our staff that addresses their mental, physical and

financial health and well-being.

If interested in joining Community Care, please apply and our recruitment team will reach out promptly.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Other details

  • Job Family Home Care

  • Halogen Template Staff Direct Care

  • Pay Type Hourly

  • Travel Required Yes

  • Required Education High School

  • Burlington, WI 53105, USA

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