A personal caregiver is a caregiver that provides various personal care and related paraprofessional services in accordance with an established plan of care and provides for the personal needs and comfort of clients in their homes throughout Marin County, California.
- Competitive pay including holiday pay, accrued sick time, and overtime pay
- Performance and skill-based pay increases
- Short-shift premiums
- Mileage reimbursement
- Shift cancellation pay
- Direct deposit
- Paid training
- Case-specific training and hands-on classroom training
- Quality support from peers and management team
- Positive work environment
- Ignite your potential with career development and advancement opportunities
- Health and dental insurance referrals
- Caregiver recognition and appreciation incentives
- Above and beyond award
- Referral bonuses
- Caregiver of the quarter/year awards
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- Performs personal care activities that assist the client with activities of daily living which include (but are not limited to):
- Personal hygiene (assisting to bathroom or in using bedpan, bathing, care of mouth, skin and hair)
- Prepares meals and snacks according to instructions.
- Performs patient-specific activities that are taught by a nurse. These could include (but are not limited to):
- Assisting with the change of ostomy appliances
- Reinforcement of dressings
- Assisting with prescribed range of motion exercises
- Measuring and preparing special diets
- Taking vital signs
- Application of an external catheter
- Performs light housekeeping activities which include (but are not limited to): vacuuming, dusting, sweeping or mopping floors, doing dishes, changing bed linens, doing laundry and cleaning bathrooms.
- High school graduate or G.E.D certificate preferred.
- CNAs encouraged to apply, but CNA licensure is not required.
- Ability to read, write, speak and understand English as needed for the job.
- Have access to adequate transportation in order to get to and from the job.
- Possess a valid driver's license if transporting clients
- Basic caregiving training recommended, but not required.