Program Guide III

Mission Health System, Inc Asheville , NC 28804

Posted 3 months ago

Overview and Qualifications

This position is with the PACE Program

Role Summary:
Program Guides support the program in a wide variety of ways.

Program Guides often work directly with participants (impaired adults) during the majority of their time, but may also provide program support with non-direct care tasks. All 3 levels of Program Guides are responsible for assisting participants with personal care needs (showers, incontinence, emptying catheter, dressing, etc.) and for assisting with snack and meals as needed. Required Education:High School Diploma/GED Preferred Education:At least 2 years of college credit; BLS (CPR/First Aid); CNA certification Required License:Medication Technician certification required if performing such associated tasks.

Cosmetologist license required if performing such associated tasks. North Carolina Driver's License required if performing driving tasks. Preferred License:None Required Experience:None Preferred Experience:Working with impaired adults and/or in the human service field.

Working with individuals with cognitive impairment. Working in behavioral health.

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Program Guide III

Mission Health System, Inc