Caring Home Health P.O. Box. 1357 Georgetown, TX. 78627 504-B Leander Rd. Georgetown, TX. 78626 email@example.com
1-800-846-4420 Fax: (512) 869-2900 METRO 930-5458
Personal Care Attendants Job Description
PCA Job Description: Seeking compassionate Personal Care Attendants to perform personal care, meal prep, light housekeeping, laundry, shopping, escort/exercise/transfer services for elderly and disabled clients in Williamson, Travis, Burnet and Bell counties. Prefer experienced caregivers but not required; training and orientation provided. No direct medical care. Must be over 18 yrs of age, have proof of identification, read and write English, pass background check and have reliable transportation. Bilingual/Spanish and weekend availability welcome. Flexible scheduling and hourly rates.
Special Attendant Job Description / CNA
Prefer CNA certification for Full-time On-call in Williamson, Travis, and BurnetCounties. Position reports to our Scheduler in Georgetown by phone, pays mileage and major medical benefits for consistent 40 hour weeks including rotating weekends. Duties are predominantly personal care and housekeeping. No direct medical care. Clients are homebound, elderly and disabled. Applicants must be 18 yrs. old, provide identification, read and write English, have reliable transportation, and pass a background check. Bilingual/Spanish a plus. Training and orientation provided. Dress Code required.
·Provide considerate, respectful care focused on the client’s unique needs.
·Ensure that a safe environment for clients and Agency personnel is maintained.
·Provide individualized, planned, appropriate care in settings appropriate to the care or service goals and the client’s needs.
·Ensure that care and services provided are responsive to the community and client’s needs.
·Improve client health outcomes by promoting recovery, facilitating client comfort and speeding return to function, promoting healthy behavior and appropriately involving the client in his or her care and care decisions.
·Ensure that the quality of care remains foremost.