Home Health Aide - STNA/CNA
About the Job
Agency:Beaumont Home Health and Hospice
Our culture and people are what set us apart from other post-acute care providers. We’re dedicated to the growth and development of our team to set them up for success. We CARE for our patients like they are our own FAMILY.
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:15am-5:00pm
*Currently offering a $2,500 SIGN ON BONUS!*
HOW YOU'LL MAKE A DIFFERENCE:
As a Home Health Aide (HHA) the work you do every day makes a difference in the lives of our patients. Our clinicians give our patients the greatest gift – the ability to spend enhanced quality time with their loved ones in their preferred environment.
As a Home Health Aide (HHA) you are an essential member of the home care team who works under the supervision of a nurse. You provide compassionate support with activities of daily living and basic personal care needs while ensuring a safe, comfortable living environment. Interacting with patients' families while caring for your patients and experiencing the rewarding privilege to be part of every step of their recovery journey.
WHAT WE OFFER:
We make it easy to do your job and have competitive financial incentives. On a pay per visit model, the more visits you make, the more you will earn! And we pay by the mile and have bonus opportunities. Our schedules are flexible, and you'll have the support of a whole team, from scheduling to patient admissions. Our benefits package is also competitive in the market. We provide medical, dental, and vision insurance with flexibility for you to select what works best for you. Eligible teammates will also receive paid time off, opportunity to participate in 401k, company paid life insurance and access to a robust Employee Assistance Program.
HOW YOU'LL WORK:
You'll perform personal care including but not limited to: bathing, grooming, skin care, toileting, and oral hygiene. You will effectively communicate and document any changes in patient conditions to the registered nurse or supervisor and maintain positive relationships with your patient and team.
You'll be responsible for all practices and duties within the home health aide scope of practice as outlined by the state for its HHA personnel.
MAJOR AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
Patient Care: Assist patients as needed with lifting and transferring
Communication: Maintain good relationships with the patient, the patient’s family, and staff. Reports any changes to the patient’s medical and living conditions to the supervisor or the case manager.
Minimize Patient Risk: Ensure the living environment is healthy and safe.
Policies: Completes all documentation following agency protocol and Medicare/Federal guidelines.
Operations: Attend in-service training and mandatory agency meetings.
HARD & SOFT SKILLS:
Compassionate communicator with a positive attitude
Patience is a virtue when working with patients, families, physicians, and coworkers
Attention to detail is critical, as is being observant and following directions
High school diploma or equivalent.
State Tested Nurse Aide (STNA) or 75-hour nurse aide training (CNA).
One year of experience as a nurse aide in a hospital, nursing home, home care agency, or a private setting under the direct supervision of a RN, which can be verified.
Completion of skills competency test with 80% or higher score.
Valid driver's license and auto insurance in your name as a driver
Capable of all physical demands
We are proud to be part of the Alternate Solutions Health Network family.
We provide medical, dental, and vision insurance with flexibility for you to select what works best for you. Eligible teammates receive paid time off and may participate in the 401K, if they choose. Historically the company has matched 401K contributions which helps build your nest egg even faster. Finally, our benefit program includes company paid life, disability insurance, and a robust Employee Assistance Program.
We’ll help you put your passion for patient care to work. Apply today!
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.