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Physical Therapy Assistant - FT, Home Care
Hebrew SeniorLife
location-iconDedham MA

Job DescriptionPosition Summary: The PTA will provide direct care to patients while making home visits in designated geographic territories under the direct supervision of a licensed Physical Therapist.Position Responsibilities Include:Provide therapy services planned, delegated, and supervised by a qualified Physical Therapist consistent with the patients approved Plan of Treatment.Observe patients during treatment, compiles data and reports patients progress to Physical Therapist.Act as a liaison and maintains contact with patients, Physical Therapist, Clinical Manager(s), other members of the healthcare team and the community in assuring effective care coordination and appropriate resource referrals.Recommend to Physical Therapist possible modification to existing physical therapy treatment plans and training needs to achieve maximum results.Accurately and thoroughly document patient care observations, interventions, and evaluation on the day services are rendered.Maintain the highest standards of professional conduct in relation to information that is confidential in nature. Share information only when recipient’s rights to access are clearly established and sharing of such information is in the best interest of the patient.Maintain/enhance clinical practice skills by attending, participating in/conducting staff development/continuing education program.Serves as a resource and support to patients.Identifies and responds to safety concerns of patients.Promotes and maintains an agency environment that is in compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.Participates in personal and professional growth and development including staff meetings and in-service education.Communicates with patients, families, and other health professionals in a manner that conveys respect, caring, and sensitivity.Communicates with the physician and/or nurse practitioner regarding patient status and medical intervention.Qualifications:Degree from an accredited Physical Therapy Assistant Program (approved by the APTA).A minimum of 1 year physical therapist assistant experience preferred.Home Health experience preferred. Current and unrestricted PTA licensure.Good organizational and communication skills.Must be able to work independently in the home care setting.Current CPR certification.Must have reliable transportation and a current driver’s license.Hebrew SeniorLife requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of their employment. All new hires must be fully vaccinated, which includes any recommended COVID-19 boosters, before their start date. Any exemption requests for medical or religious reasons will be considered on a case by case basis and must be processed prior to any start date.Hebrew SeniorLife is an equal employment opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and competence and not influenced or affected by race, color, religion, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, marital status, military status, veterans status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristics protected by federal, state, or local law.Powered by JazzHRwFDkYBKJsU

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Private Home Care Certified Nursing Assistant/Caregiver
Admiral Care LLC
location-iconCambridge MA

Job DescriptionAmada Senior Care has immediate openings for FULL TIME Compassionate Vaccinated CNAs who can help enrich the lives of seniors in their Private Homes one on one in the Boston Metrowest areaAmada Senior Care offers CNAs:One on one AssignmentsClients are Vaccinated$$ Shift DifferentialsFlexible schedules!$$ Differential Pay for Day-time ShiftsOngoing/Consistent Training Opportunities (working with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Hoyer Lift, End of Life/Hospice care, and more!)Online Access to Work Schedules/Client Care PlansProfessional Work EnvironmentCNA Job RequirementsAbility to work in a community or home setting with fellow CNAsExperience with residents living with DementiaAssist 1 or 2 clients in their own home1+ year Home Care ExperienceMassachusetts CNA certificationAble to transport clients to medical appointments and errands as neededHave current 2 step TB clearanceActive CPR/First Aid cardAbility to pass background checkAuthorization to work in the USCompany DescriptionAMADA Senior Care is a leader in the Home Care industry and we are looking for great individuals to add to our already great team!

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Private Home Care Certified Nursing Assistant/Caregiver
Amada Senior Care
location-iconQuincy MA

Job DescriptionAmada Senior Care has immediate openings for FULL TIME Compassionate Vaccinated CNAs who can help enrich the lives of seniors in their Private Homes one on one in the Boston Metrowest areaAmada Senior Care offers CNAs:One on one AssignmentsClients are Vaccinated$$ Shift DifferentialsFlexible schedules!$$ Differential Pay for Day-time ShiftsOngoing/Consistent Training Opportunities (working with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Hoyer Lift, End of Life/Hospice care, and more!)Online Access to Work Schedules/Client Care PlansProfessional Work EnvironmentCNA Job RequirementsAbility to work in a community or home setting with fellow CNAsExperience with residents living with DementiaAssist 1 or 2 clients in their own home1+ year Home Care ExperienceMassachusetts CNA certificationAble to transport clients to medical appointments and errands as neededHave current 2 step TB clearanceActive CPR/First Aid cardAbility to pass background checkAuthorization to work in the USCompany DescriptionAt Amada, quality care is our priority. We look for ways to make simple, everyday tasks special. Amada’s in-home caregivers not only take care of daily essentials like cooking, cleaning and grocery shopping, but they also go above and beyond to make their clients smile. Recently, one of our caregivers discovered that her client had spent his whole life farming – so she purchased some seeds before her visit and planted a garden for them to tend together. At Amada, we know in-home care isn’t just about performing tasks on a to-do list. It can be hard for seniors to accept new limitations and open their home to a stranger. Our caregivers understand that it’s essential to show compassion and really connect with their clients to make the transition to care easier. Amada caregivers are trained to provide assistance with personal care and activities of daily living (ADLs) like:

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Private Home Care Certified Nursing Assistant/Caregiver
Amada Senior Care
location-iconBrockton MA

Job DescriptionAmada Senior Care has immediate openings for FULL TIME Compassionate Vaccinated CNAs who can help enrich the lives of seniors in their Private Homes one on one in the Boston Metrowest areaAmada Senior Care offers CNAs:One on one AssignmentsClients are Vaccinated$$ Shift DifferentialsFlexible schedules!$$ Differential Pay for Day-time ShiftsOngoing/Consistent Training Opportunities (working with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Hoyer Lift, End of Life/Hospice care, and more!)Online Access to Work Schedules/Client Care PlansProfessional Work EnvironmentCNA Job RequirementsAbility to work in a community or home setting with fellow CNAsExperience with residents living with DementiaAssist 1 or 2 clients in their own home1+ year Home Care ExperienceMassachusetts CNA certificationAble to transport clients to medical appointments and errands as neededHave current 2 step TB clearanceActive CPR/First Aid cardAbility to pass background checkAuthorization to work in the USCompany DescriptionAt Amada, quality care is our priority. We look for ways to make simple, everyday tasks special. Amada’s in-home caregivers not only take care of daily essentials like cooking, cleaning and grocery shopping, but they also go above and beyond to make their clients smile. Recently, one of our caregivers discovered that her client had spent his whole life farming – so she purchased some seeds before her visit and planted a garden for them to tend together. At Amada, we know in-home care isn’t just about performing tasks on a to-do list. It can be hard for seniors to accept new limitations and open their home to a stranger. Our caregivers understand that it’s essential to show compassion and really connect with their clients to make the transition to care easier. Amada caregivers are trained to provide assistance with personal care and activities of daily living (ADLs) like:

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Private Home Care Certified Nursing Assistant/Caregiver
Admiral Care LLC
location-iconFramingham MA

Job DescriptionAmada Senior Care has immediate openings for FULL TIME Compassionate Vaccinated CNAs who can help enrich the lives of seniors in their Private Homes one on one in the Boston Metrowest areaAmada Senior Care offers CNAs:One on one AssignmentsClients are Vaccinated$$ Shift DifferentialsFlexible schedules!$$ Differential Pay for Day-time ShiftsOngoing/Consistent Training Opportunities (working with Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Stroke, Parkinson’s, Hoyer Lift, End of Life/Hospice care, and more!)Online Access to Work Schedules/Client Care PlansProfessional Work EnvironmentCNA Job RequirementsAbility to work in a community or home setting with fellow CNAsExperience with residents living with DementiaAssist 1 or 2 clients in their own home1+ year Home Care ExperienceMassachusetts CNA certificationAble to transport clients to medical appointments and errands as neededHave current 2 step TB clearanceActive CPR/First Aid cardAbility to pass background checkAuthorization to work in the USCompany DescriptionAMADA Senior Care is a leader in the Home Care industry and we are looking for great individuals to add to our already great team!

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Regional Business Development Manager
Home Care Assistance
location-iconBrighton MA

Job DescriptionSalary: Salary, bonus, health benefits, PTO & 401KRegional Business Development ManagerPosition Description Build and Maintain Relationships with Referral Sources for the Nation’s Leading Provider of Care in the Home Are you a dynamic sales/business development professional with stellar Emotional Intelligence (EQ)? If this sounds like you, consider joining our team. This is a role with exciting opportunities and the ability to grow and expand. Consider just a few of the advantages of this role:  You will make a visible impact and be able to showcase your skills in multiple areas, including sales, relationship building, and more. This is an excellent role for a go-getter who is energized by a changing and complex environment with a lot of moving part. As a mission-driven organization, you will enjoy the satisfaction, autonomy and fulfillment that comes with knowing that you are positively influencing our patients, clinicians, and health care community. We are proud of our supportive and inspirational leadership group and unique culture, and we will look to you to continue to cultivate and foster this positive, transparent and “people-first” environment within your assigned region. We have high but reasonable standards and you’ll be working with a team of exceptional professionals. Pivotal to your success will be your ability to establish credibility and build trusted relationships with a variety of stakeholders including referral partners, colleagues, clients, caregivers, and other key contacts.For 20 years, TheKey (formally known as Home Care Assistance) has helped clients achieve long-term aging at home with comprehensive, concierge-based care. Managing the evolving needs of older adults, as well as those with dementia and other degenerative diseases, we are passionate about sustaining the autonomy, resilience, and dignity of our clients. Informed by an integrated wellness and cognitive health platform, The Balanced Care Method™, all our client engagements are customized to help extend the experience of healthy aging. Our caregiver teams undergo extensive screening and receive the training, resources, and support they need to deliver an exceptional care experience. TheKey is the only national provider with dedicated, multifaceted support for clients and their families. Our Client Care Managers, Staffing Managers, and Sales Associates help maintain transparent, supportive resources throughout the client journey. Founded in Silicon Valley in 2002, TheKey has grown from one location to over 100 markets in the U.S., Canada, and Australia, enabling over 100,000 clients to own the way they age.   Role Overview You will be responsible for building and maintaining referral relationships, acquiring new clients, ensuring overall satisfaction with TheKey services, and coordinating with local teams to ensure the provision of high-quality service.  You will be the face of TheKey in the communities as you also serve as an advocate for older adults. Your referral sources will include the Healthcare ecosystem (approx. 60 percent) with contacts such as senior living communities, geriatric care managers, skilled nursing facilities and hospitals. The remainder of your time will be spent with sources in the Legal/Financial world including elder law/estate planning attorneys, wealth advisors, fiduciaries and conservators, corporate bank trustees and long-term care insurance advocates.  As you can see, there’s a wide net of referral sources and stakeholders that you will need to interact with daily.This is a purposeful role, and your activities will help our clients improve service delivery to patients, enhance quality of life and improve outcomes. You will be responsible for maintaining a book of business that meets and exceeds established revenue and client acquisition targets. Regardless of whether you are stepping into an established market or a start-up territory, your goal will be to continue to re-win relationships / business and pursue new referral accounts. Role SpecificsTo perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential job duty satisfactorily. More specifically, your essential duties and responsibilities will include: Working with the Executive Team, and local operations leadership to craft strategic plans, develop roadmaps, and set goals for the region(s) and office(s) you support Building and maintaining relationships with referral sources in the community to build brand awareness and new clients for TheKey. Ensuring the satisfaction of the referral sources worked with to generate ongoing, long-term business Identifying high-potential talent for your sales team, recruiting them to TheKey, guiding their on-boarding and learning of our business model, mentoring them across their development, ensuring they can meet performance targets, and grooming them for future leadership opportunities as top individual contributors, potential sales managers, and operational managers Building priority lists, advancing relationships, tracking personal activity effectively and completing all the other necessary steps of successful referral marketing Representing TheKey in networking groups, at events, on committees and in other community settings Responding to prospective client inquiries, whether in-person, via phone or web form, and ensuring they receive the information they need Learning the assessment process and conducting assessments with prospective clients as needed, addressing their questions and concerns, building relationships with their families, and converting them into long-term clients Communicating effectively within the team to ensure that the care plans meet the clients’ needs, that stakeholders and referral sources are satisfied, and that relevant information is communicated in an effective and timely manner Providing active relationship management when needed for existing referral cases – this may include home visits, referral meetings, family meetings, and more. Providing after-hours support for referral partners, prospective clients, and active clients (incl. evenings and weekends) – this support may include e-mail, telephone and/or home visits Helping team to ensure that client accounts are up to date – especially when referrals are received from clients’ legal/financial advisors, coordinating with the finance/billing team, and communicating with families and/or financial managers when needed Maintaining a working knowledge of TheKey’s requirements and obligations where licensed as a Home Care Agency, including the obligations to clients and caregivers Maintaining a pulse on the strategic position of TheKey within the market, identifying new opportunities to enhance TheKey’s reputation or build the referral base, helping to implement new programs and national/regional initiatives, and helping the team members to better understand the competitors and potential new team members as relevant  The Ideal Candidate The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. To be a good fit for this opportunity you will also have: Minimum 3 years of sales experience preferably in health care, home care, or related field. Strong people management experience. Excellent customer service and supervisory skills. Computer proficiency and ability to document sales activity timely and accurately in the Salesforce platform. Familiarity with Zoom/ video conferencing, social media platforms and Google products. The ability to use market intelligence, analytics, and data to make informed decisions throughout the sales cycle. Current driver’s license and proof of insurance; ability to travel 80 % of the time in the field. Flexibility and adaptability to thrive in a fast-paced environment in which change is the norm. An entrepreneurial spirit, drive, and goal-oriented work ethic. High energy and a positive attitude, with the ability to excel under pressureLeadership Competencies: Emotional Intelligence – namely, self-aware, self-management, motivation, empathy, integrity, social skills, and well-placed boundaries Leadership presence, managerial courage and accountable Strong and meaningful relationship building skills and communication abilities The ability to navigate through various stressors and challenges Humility and authenticity Organizational agility – innovative and responsive The ability to partner with others to create trust, rapport, and respect Sense of community CompassionPhysical Requirements: Ability to travel to client homes and other locations approximately 25% of the time Ability to lift and carry up to 15-20 pounds Ability to sit, stand and walk for prolonged periods of time throughout the workday Ability to use standard office equipment such as personal computer, laptop, telephone, photocopy machine, etc.Success FactorsTo excel in this role, you will be passionate about creating awareness about long term care services in the local communities you serve. The ideal candidate for this position has deep emotional intelligence and a personal commitment to always doing the right thing. It’s important to note that this is a challenging, nuanced sale with a long, consultative cycle. The right professional will view this as an exciting opportunity versus a challenge. Since you aren’t selling a tangible product, you will need to “tell a story”, and leverage your proven influencing skills to educate our clients and ensure they understand the full value that our services provide. In addition to establishing rapport with external referral sources, your success in this role will also rely on your ability to establish strong working partnerships with your internal operations team. So much of this sale is in partnership with the Client Care Manager, Staffing Manager, and other contacts and it requires an entire team approach to execute a sale.  You’ll need the ability to navigate through tough conversations with multiple stakeholders, decision makers and family members involved. In a nutshell, you will be the liaison between the referral source, customer, and internal team, navigating and driving synergy between each of these key contacts. You will know you're succeeding if you have hit the KPIs and goals of activity, leads and revenue, and client starts.It’s also important to touch on the nature of the home healthcare world. We are in the business of helping others and sometimes crisis situations occur after-hours. We’ll need you to be responsive and able to act with a sense of urgency. We’re proud of our ego-less culture where we all work for the common good. At the end of the day we’re taking care of our senior community, to truly find success here you’ll need to be passionate about our cause and compassionate for the work we do day in and day out.Why TheKey Awards and AffiliationsTheKey is consistently recognized as a first-in-class service company. Here’s a small sampling of a few of our many accolades: INC Hire Power Awards The INC Hire Power Awards recognize companies with impressive job growth, contributing to our overall economy.Innovations in Healthcare℠ ABBY Awards The Adaptive Business Leaders (ABL) Organization recognized TheKey as a semi-finalist for their innovative brain health program, the Cognitive Therapeutics Method™.Alzheimer's Association, Alzheimer's Workplace Alliance As an AWA Corporate Champion, TheKey proudly educates, supports, and provides tools for staff, clients, and professional contacts as they learn about, research and care for individuals affected by Alzheimer's Disease.EY Entrepreneur of the Year, Lily Sarafan Every year, the professional services firm, Ernst & Young recognizes top entrepreneurs who create services and products that help our economy and communities grow. TheKey’s Executive Chair, Lily Sarafan, received the 2016 EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Award in the Northern California region.Parkinson's Foundation People living with Parkinson's disease can now have the latest care recommendations incorporated into their personal care plans thanks to a partnership between TheKey, North America's leading provider of in-home care for seniors, and the Parkinson's Foundation. TheKey care teams, including the highly trained and credentialed experts who coordinate services for seniors and their families, can now incorporate the foundation's latest research into customized care plans for clients with Parkinson's. Career Growth PotentialHistory shows that if you invest in your role at TheKey, we'll invest in your career. In this role, you'll be able to showcase not only your leadership expertise but also your team building skills and ability to deliver results -- all characteristics we identify in potential candidates when advancement opportunities arise. In fact, given our strong growth, we hire with an eye to the future, looking for people with career runway and a desire to grow their careers. Our People and Culture Our services are distinguished by the caliber of our caregivers, the responsiveness of our staff and our expertise in home care. Our team members embrace a positive, balanced approach to aging centered on the evolving needs of older adults. Our mission is to be the premier partner of choice for families seeking personalized, dignified care for their aging loved ones. We champion the well-being of our clients, deliver peace of mind to their families, and instill pride of purpose in our care teams, every day.We provide a competitive salary and bonus incentive program, as well as a comprehensive package of benefits including medical and dental insurance, EAP, corporate discounts and more. Furthermore, you will enjoy the open environment that TheKey is cultivating so that you can bring your whole self to work. TheKey is an equal opportunity employer. TheKey prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type and affords equal employment opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We will ensure that individuals with disabilities are provided with reasonable accommodation to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform crucial job functions, and to receive other benefits and privileges of employment. Please contact us to request accommodation. TheKey recommends all internal corporate and field office employees to be fully vaccinated. If you are subject to a state/local vaccine and/or booster mandate, you will be required as a condition of employment to present proof of vaccination or subject to applicable law concerning exemptions/accommodations.#LI-BD1INDHP

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* Home Health Aide / Certified Nursing Assistant 500 Sign on Bonus*
Victory Human Services Inc
location-iconBoston MA

Description: A Home Health Aide / Certified Nursing Assistant is responsible for performing personal care services, simple dressing changes and assists with medications that are ordinarily self-administered and that do not require the skills of a registered or licensed nurse. Assists with activities that are directly supportive of skilled therapy services and routine care of prosthetic and orthotic devices. Requirements: ***Sign On Bonus $500.00***Home Health Aid Certificate, Nurse's Aide Certificate or CNA License requiredMust be 18 years or older and have a high school diploma or GEDProficient in Microsoft Office and Office 365 SystemNegative COVID-19 Test ResultProof of Vaccination for COVID-19 Need to have strong written and communication skillsPass a CORI (criminal record check).CPR and First Aid certifications requiredMust have a reliable vehicleMust be willing to travel throughout the program's geographic areaMust have at least one of the following qualifications: Certificate of 40-hour homemaker training; OR Certificate of 60-hour personal care training; OR Certificate of home health aide training; OR Certificate of nurse's aide trainingOTHER QUALIFICATIONS:Performs total care or assists clients in all activities of daily living and personal hygiene such as, but not limited to, bathing, grooming, linen changes, and personal laundry.Assists clients with transfers, ambulation, assigned exercises, and toileting, including the use of a bedpan or commode.Prepares nutritious meals within the client's diet and assists with eating when necessary.Performs light housekeeping chores, which facilitates client self-care in the home setting.Answers client's calls and attends to the client's requests promptly.Meets the safety needs of the client and uses adaptive equipment safely and appropriately.Observes client's general condition, takes and records accurately vital signs, and reports changes promptly to the nurse.Accurately documents dates, visits, and completed tasks and carries out all requested assignments.Reminds and assists patients in taking medications that are ordinarily self-administered.Recognizes emergencies and utilizes emergency procedures.Submits paperwork in a timely manner according to agency policy and procedure.PI181280459

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Milieu Counselor - Child & Adolescent Neuropsychiatry
Cambridge Health Alliance
location-iconSomerville MA

In partnership with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts we will be expanding inpatient psychiatric care in the region, by adding 42 new child, adolescent and specialized autism spectrum / neurodevelopmental beds at our Somerville Campus. The new CHA Center of Excellence for Child and Adolescent Inpatient Mental Health Care at Somerville will provide a transformative continuum of patient and family-centered care for diverse youth with mental health needs.CHA recently achieved a milestone with our psychiatry expansion, admitting the first patients to our new Neuropsychiatry inpatient unit. This innovative service is for children 3-17 with a primary diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability, and/or a related neurodevelopmental disorder who are experiencing serious behavioral and/or mental health challenges. The unit is currently operating in temporary space at CHA Cambridge Hospital and will move to its permanent home at the Somerville Campus in June. Once fully staffed, the unit will have 24 beds, with younger and older children segmented for optimal care. Job Purpose The Milieu Counselor is a member of the multidisciplinary team who, under the supervision of a registered nurse, is responsible for a safe and structured service as well as attending to the individual needs of patients in crisis in an inpatient psychiatric setting. The role of a Milieu Counselor will assist with ADL'S lead or co-lead groups, perform safety checks, 1:1 meetings with patients, and will accurately chart patients B/P, TPR & weight. Notifies RN of any changes in vital signs. Accurately measures and documents patient's intake and output. Uses appropriate methods of urine and stool collection and labeling of these specimens. Assists patients following through with ADL's (bathing, laundry, organizing room), maintaining nutritional and hydration needs, and assisting & monitoring elimination needs and other tasks as assigned by the charge RN. Qualifications/Experience: High school diploma required; B.A, B.S., or M.A. preferred or equivalent years of human service experience. Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS) certification Prior human services, behavioral or psychiatric experience required. All newly hired candidates must successfully complete a job specific physical agility test. RBT (Registered Behavioral Technician) certification training is requiried.CHA offers the complete training for all employees. KEYWORDS: Mental Health Counselor / Resident Counselor / Mental Health / Behavioral / Pediatric / Therapist / Therapy / RBT PI181112616

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ASSISTANT CONTROLLER
Harbor Management
location-iconSwampscott MA

Description: Job Title: Assistant Controller Supervisor: Chief Financial OfficerJob Description Harbor Management, a fully integrated real estate management company founded in 1974, manages apartment-home communities and several commercial and retail office buildings in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine. A community means more to us than simply a collection of apartment-homes. Our properties are all unique in size, location, and character - but it's our residents who make them true communities. Harbor consistently strives to develop and improve our communities through a corporate ideology based on caring and commitment to our residents and associates.Position DetailsServe as primary supervisor of Accounting staff, managing both day-to-day issues and ongoing personnel performance evaluation.Assist in the planning and implementation of improvements in financial processes, both electronic and manual.Assist in the preparation of cash position schedules, financial projections, cost allocations, utility cost and usage reports, and other financial analyses.Coordinate workers compensation insurance audits and ensure vendor certificates of insurance are currentCoordinate annual budget processServe as primary liaison to CPA firms providing audit and tax servicesPerform standard accounting processes for small portfolio of investor entitiesAccounts payable invoice approval for various expenses.Respond promptly to client requests for financial information and reports.Attend and participate in departmental, organization-wide and other meetings as requested.Perform other duties as assigned by the Chief Financial Officer.QualificationsBachelor's degree in Accounting or related field requiredMinimum 5 years of relevant experience, including at least 2 years of supervising othersFamiliarity with Microsoft Office applications and RealPage Accounting (or similar) softwareBackground in property management preferred Requirements: PI183251776

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CNA - Nursing Home Setting - $25/hr - $28/hr - Start Immediately
PSG
location-iconJAMAICA PLAIN MA

CNA - Nursing Home Setting - $25/hr - $28/hr - S tart I mmediately What’s In It For You: - $25-$28 per hour pay rate - Multiple shifts are available (1st, 2nd, and 3rd shift) - Comprehensive benefit packages - Start ASAP - Strong opportunity for professional and career growth in the medical industry - Join a friendly group of healthcare professionals - Cool work environment and culture - Great company to have in your resume - Well-equipped and modern facility   About the Opportunity: - We are currently hiring multiple Certified Nursing Assistants to a long-term care facility for veterans located in Boston, MA - The facility is a state-funded, fully accredited health care complex that offers veterans quality care and full-time residential accommodations - Under the supervision of the LPN or RN, your main role is to help patients with direct health care needs   CNA Responsibilities: - Monitoring vitals and patient behavior and reporting them to the nursing and medical staff - Assisting patients with mobility needs, transferring them from wheelchair to bed - Helping with serving meals and feeding patients as necessary - Preparing each patient room with necessary items like blankets, pillows, medical equipment, and bathroom needs   CNA Qualifications: -  Must have an active CNA license - Excellent interpersonal skills - Reliable and with attention to details   - **Must be fully vaccinated--with a booster or has an exemption to it.**  There are no costs for candidates utilizing our services as our clients pay for all related hiring fees. All PSG job postings are either actual positions we had available at the time of posting and/or are representative of positions we typically fill or expect to fill. If you see a job that interests you, respond to the ad or give us a call so that we can help you find a job you'll love. As one of the area's largest staffing firms, we help 2,500 people find jobs a year so chances are good that we can help you too.   Professional Staffing Group is an equal opportunity employer and considers qualified applicants for employment regardless of race, gender, gender identity, gender expression, age, color, religion, disability, veteran's status, sexual orientation, or any other protected factor.#pando2-3PandoLogic. Keywords: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Location: JAMAICA PLAIN, MA - 02130

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Acute Infusion Sales Manager (Boston)
KabaFusion
location-iconBoston MA

A career at KabaFusion means joining a team that empowers its team members to make a difference!KabaFusion is a home infusion company with 21 pharmacies and the ability to service 40+ states. While we are known for our expertise in IVIg and SCIg, we also provide acute infusion and nutritional services. Where KabaFusion truly excels, is in its approach to patient care and positive clinical outcomes. With our dedicated and highly skilled clinical staff and in-house nursing with 24 hour on-call service; we are well equipped to care for our patients. What we offer:Competitive compensation Uncapped commissionsCommissions paid out monthlyBenefits start on your 1st day of employment401K w/ 4% Match – no waiting or vesting periodPTO / Floating Holidays / Paid HolidaysCompany Paid Life Insurance3 Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)Emerging Leaders Training ProgramPerks… includes discounts on travel, cell phone, clothing, and more…Employee Referral ProgramJOB SUMMARY:The Acute Infusion Sales Manager will be responsible for generating acute infusion patient referrals (TPN, antibiotic, inotropic, nutrition) in a defined territory. This will be accomplished with cross functional coordination of pharmacy, intake, nursing, and operations. The Acute Infusion Sales Manager will take ownership of executing sales strategies to achieve business growth.DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:Responsible for the achievement of net revenue and profit objectives.Provides services and sales support to targeted accounts by coordinating services, evaluating current business relationships and developing new business opportunities.Identify and establish relationships with physicians, hospitals, SNF, ALF, nursing companies, home health companies and payors in the assigned territory.Review and analyze all available sales data utilizing promotional materials to penetrate specified territory.Participates in sales meeting, training programs and attends in-services to referral sources.Communicates with clinical, reimbursement, operational and management personnel as required to support all areas that relate to effective customer service and sales development.Show expertise in the local market (competition, payors, therapies) as well as the various disease states and therapies KabaFusion has to offer. PREFERRED EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:A four-year college degree, preferably in business or healthcare related fields or equivalent work-related experience, ability to sell a service, experience in new business development and with customer service. A minimum of 2 years of experience in the infusion services, home health, or other related healthcare product/service industries, with a proven track record Knowledge of reimbursement policies#sales #infusion #homeinfusion #salesmanager #acute #kabafusion #nowhiring #tpn #antibiotics #inotropic #nutritionPI183549353

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Overnight Stocker
Wegmans Food Markets
location-iconMEDFORD MA

Schedule: Part timeAvailability: Applying to this requisition allows you to be considered for multiple opportunities. Please provide as much availability that works with your schedule. Shifts start as early as 8pmAge Requirement: Must be 18 years or olderLocation: Medford, MAAddress: 3850 Mystic Valley ParkwayPay: $16 - $16.50 / hourJob Posting: 07/01/2022Job Posting End: 08/01/2022Job ID:R0132759EARN A BONUS UP TO $500! Hiring immediately!At Wegmans, our commitment to customers is simple: Every Day You Get Our Best.  Customers tell us they choose Wegmans for the helpful people in our stores.  As a Merchandising Department Team Member, you will stock and merchandise the products that provide our customers with the best ingredients needed for healthy and affordable meals, assist them with picking out essential complements to cook and entertain or provide every day personal care items.  You can work in any of the following departments: Grocery, Frozen, Dairy, Home and Entertainment and Health & Wellness! If you love working in a fast-paced and dynamic environment, have a passion for providing customers with the perfect products, and enjoy being part of an energetic team Wegmans is the place for you!What will I do?Provide incredible customer service and address the needs of customers in a timely & effective mannerEnsure fresh and appealing aisles and cases by keeping them clean and well-stockedHelp to maximize sales potential through effective and proper procedures for stocking, rotating and merchandising productsAt Wegmans, we believe that if we take care of our people, they’ll take care of our customers. That’s why, as part of the Wegmans family, you’ll have a package of benefits that covers your health, well-being, family and future. Flexibility in scheduling—work-life balance Employee discounts Premium pay on Sundays and holidaysComprehensive benefits* Quality affordable healthcare coverage Vision coverage Dental coverage (Available to Full-time only) Pre-tax spending accounts Life insurance Paid time off Employee assistance program Employee wellness programs 401(k) retirement savings plan Wegmans retirement profit sharing plan Scholarship Program *Certain eligibility requirements must be satisfiedFor 25 years in a row, our employees have put us on the FORTUNE magazine’s list of the 100 Best Companies to Work For®. Discover what it means to work for a family owned, mission-driven, values-based company that believes in caring, respect, empowerment, high standards and making a difference in the community. Because with a family-like atmosphere of shared support, leaders who have your best interest at heart and growth as part of everything we do, Wegmans is the place for you to do what you love—and love what you do.

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Experienced Caregiver/Home Health Aide Day and Night Shifts
Right at Home Boston North
location-iconMalden MA

Do you want to have a job that matters. A Job that when you are done you can be proud of yourself? Do you want to be appreciated for your work? We are looking for Experienced Caregiver/Home Health Aide (Day and Night Shifts) to join our Private Care Excellence Team. $20 per hour after training. Our trainings start monthly. ALL Experienced Caregiver/Home Health Aide must be willing to work 32 hours and above with one or two clients. Private Care Excellence is only for home health aides that love elderly clients because they know they make all the difference to these folks. Must be friendly and have great attention to detail. Responsibilities Provide health care services in patients residences Perform domestic and household tasks Transport and accompany patients to doctors office or to hospital Administer simple prescribed medications Assist with clients personal care activities Monitor patients (vital signs, temperature, respiration, etc) and report on their condition Maintain patients care records and document provided services Assist patients with mobility and physical therapies/exercises Provide companionship and basic emotional or psychological support Skills Proven working experience as Experienced Caregiver/Home Health Aide Ability to monitor vital signs Familiarity with basic nutrition and personal hygiene standards Proficiency in English Nursing and health care administration skills Caring and compassionate personality Current CPR certificate First Aid training Valid driver’s license High school degree Job details Pay $16.00 - $20.00 per hour Job type Full-time Number of openings for this position I have an ongoing need to fill this role Schedule 8 hour shift 12 hour shift Weekend availability Monday to Friday Day shift Night shift Overtime Benefits Health insurance Paid time off Dental insurance 401(k) Vision insurance Flexible schedule Life insurance 401(k) matching Referral program Parental leave Other If you need assistance with this application or hiring process to accommodate a disability, you may request an accommodation at any time by contacting us. These responsibilities are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees. Each Right at Home office and business is independently owned and operated under a franchise agreement with Right at Home, LLC. Right at Home, LLC is not the employer or joint employer of the employees of any of its franchised offices. For comments, questions or to learn more about Right at Home, please visit www.rightathome.net.

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Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Right at Home Boston North
location-iconMalden MA

Pay and Benefits: We believe that our Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) are the heart of our business. Without you, we couldn’t build meaningful relationships with our clients, put a smile on their face or be the highlight of their day. It is hard to put a price on helping others but we know how important you are and value the impact you would make day in and day out for our clients. In taking this position, you would receive: Competitive pay (Enter in pay range | Example: $15.00-$20.00 an hour)  Pay may vary by location, level of training and type of shift  Flexible schedules (Shifts can be arranged to fit your schedule) Medical benefits, including vision and dental (Medical benefits availability is determined by individual franchises) 401 (k) retirement plan Weekly pay Mobile clock in/out Work close to home (Serve seniors in your own community) Ongoing PAID training and development Your local office may offer you a variety of initial and ongoing career training opportunities to help you grow your skills. This could include but not limited to:  A ""library"" of senior care reference materials and resources in the office and online On-the-job training for unique client situations Make a difference, develop meaningful relationships and meet new people Give back to those who need you most (our clients need you now more than ever before!) Paid travel time in between clients and paid mileage  Extremely positive work environment  Employee discount programs  Access to leadership  Recognition, celebrations and great team interactions!  In this role, we stand prepared to equip you with the right personal protective equipment (PPE) and are ready to assist as you care for our vulnerable population of seniors and adults with disabilities.  What You’ll Do and Who You Are:  The good news is that your training will teach you everything you need to know to succeed on the job. But there are a few character traits you should have from the get-go. We have a great work culture at Right at Home and look for people with a similar mindset: You’re the honest, likable, energetic and approachable type, and are able to get along and verbally communicate easily with people at all levels. You listen well, have great decision making skills and are passionate about your customer focus. You’re never short of a smile and take real pride in your work by being resourceful, accountable, and adaptable and you cope well under pressure, take initiative and thrive on a challenge. Integrity is one of your core values as you do not ethically cut corners. You make a great first impression as you are professional and kind in your demeanor and approach. You don’t mind getting a little dirty … this could include (but is not limited to) assisting the patient with activities of daily living such as providing assistance with personal hygiene (toileting, bathing, care of mouth, skin and hair), ambulation, eating, dressing, shaving, light housekeeping, and other household chores.  You don’t have to be a gourmet chef but you can prepare a good meal and work your way around a kitchen.  You are able to perform other assigned activities which are taught by a nurse, for a specific patient, which includes but is not limited to: Assisting with the change of ostomy appliances Reinforcement of dressings (non-sterile)  Assisting with the use of devices for aid in daily living (cane, walker, wheelchair or lift device) Assisting with prescribed range of motion exercises Assisting with self-administered simple urine tests for sugar acetone or albumin (may not interpret results) Measuring and preparing special diets Measuring intake and output Taking vital signs (temperature, pulse, respirations and blood pressure) Application of an external (condom-type) catheter Assisting with application of arm sling, arm splint or leg splint Must Haves:  High school degree and/or a G.E.D. certificate  Six months experience as a Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) in health care (in homes or facilities) and successful completion of a State approved Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) course The Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) shall have successfully completed a Competency Evaluation that meets the State licensing law for home health agencies Must have a sympathetic attitude toward the care of the sick, and ability to deal effectively with the demands of the job Current CPR Certificate is recommended Meets the requirements for employees providing direct patient care Read, write, speak and understand English as needed for the job Have a valid driver’s license and use of an insured automobile for work or access to adequate transportation Why Right at Home?  We truly believe that where you work matters, and as a company that believes in improving the lives of those we serve, we think we know a thing or two about what makes our employees happy.  Here is what our employees say about us:  “It’s wonderful to work for a company that treats their employees with the same care and respect they want us to provide to clients.” - Linda “I know I’m never alone! If I have a question or an issue, there is always someone available to help me. This means the world to me!” - Dave …………………………………………………………….. If you need assistance with this application or hiring process to accommodate a disability, you may request an accommodation at any time by contacting us. These responsibilities are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of employees. Each Right at Home office and business is independently owned and operated under a franchise agreement with Right at Home, LLC. Right at Home, LLC is not the employer or joint employer of the employees of any of its franchised offices. For comments, questions or to learn more about Right at Home, please visit www.rightathome.net.

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Experienced Caregiver/Home Health Aide Day and Night Shifts
Right at Home Boston North
location-iconSalem MA

Immediate openings for Caregivers, CNAs, and HHAs! Want to join a company that truly makes a difference in the world? Are you ready to serve a population who needs you right now? #BeEssential as a Right at Home CNA or Personal Care Assistant! We stand prepared to equip you with the right personal protective equipment (PPE) and are ready to assist as you care for our vulnerable population of seniors and adults with disabilities. By joining the Right at Home Boston North team, you will have the unique opportunity to improve the quality of life for those you serve by working for one of the fastest-growing international home care companies with over 25 years of experience. Benefits Here’s Why Caregivers Like Working for Right at Home: Earn competitive pay Flexible scheduling Health Insurance Plans 401(k) Retirement plan Employee Discount Programs Bonuses for employee referrals PAID training and development Caregiver Recognition & Rewards Programs Access to Leadership Paid travel time in between clients plus mileage reimbursement Weekly Pay Mobile clock in /out  Make a difference and give back to those who need your most Responsibilities and Duties In this role, you will have the chance to perform personal care activities that assist the client with activities of daily living, which include (but are not limited to): Assisting with transferring/moving client from place to place throughout their home Performing housekeeping activities which include (but are not limited to): vacuuming, dusting, sweeping or mopping floors, doing dishes, changing bed linens, doing laundry and cleaning the bathroom Preparing meals and snacks according to instructions Accompanying client on errands or medical appointments Bathing/Showering/Dressing/Shaving Medication reminders Assisting with prescribed range of motion exercises Dementia care Companionship activities such as reading, music, puzzles, etc. Qualifications and Skills: High school graduate or G.E.D. certificate preferred. Must be able to lift/move 50 lbs without assistance  Ability to read, write, speak and understand English as needed for the job Possess a valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance Pass a background check CNA license, Home Health Aide, Personal Care Aide certification preferred Right at Home is an equal opportunity employer that celebrates, supports and promotes diversity and inclusion. We will consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation or gender identity, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law. Job details Pay $16.00 - $20.00 per hour Job type Full-time Number of openings for this position I have an ongoing need to fill this role Schedule 8 hour shift 12 hour shift Weekend availability Monday to Friday Day shift Night shift Overtime Benefits Health insurance Paid time off Dental insurance 401(k) Vision insurance Flexible schedule Life insurance 401(k) matching Referral program Parental leave Other  

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Advanced Practice Professional - Oncology
Regional West Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

 Regional West Physicians Clinic has over 28 specialty clinics to assist in the needs of the communities we call home.  We are actively looking for a caring individual to join the team as an Advanced Practice Professional in our Oncology Clinic. Our mission is a commitment to advancing the health and wellness of the individuals and communities we are honored to serve. To serve this mission, you will be responsible for assisting in the delivery of health care and patient care management, while maintaining safety and quality of care practices.  As an RWPC Advanced Practice Professional, you will:Assess patient health by interviewing patients, performing medical examinations and studying medical historiesIdentify short term and long term patient care issues to be addressedDetermine abnormal conditions by administering or ordering diagnostic tests and interpreting resultsProvide continuity of care by developing and implementing patient management plansPrescribe medications within scope of practice as neededYou may be a good fit if you have:Graduated from an accredited Physician Assistant or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse programPassed national certification Licensure as a PA or APRN in the State of Nebraska  If this sounds like you, we’d love to connect! 

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Human Resource Generalist
KabaFusion
location-iconLexington MA

KabaFusion is a home infusion company with exceptional employees!KabaFusion is a home infusion company with a national footprint. We opened our first pharmacy in 2010 in Southern California and now have 22 pharmacies in 16 states with a focus on IVIg, SCIg, acute infusion, and nutritional therapies.Our success is the result of teamwork from our dedicated staff who truly believe in putting the “care” back in healthcare. A career at KabaFusion means joining a team that lives by its values and empowers team members to make a difference!What we offer:Competitive compensation Benefits start on your 1st day of employment401K w/ 4% Match – no waiting or vesting periodPTO / Floating Holidays / Paid HolidaysCompany Paid Life Insurance3 Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)Emerging Leaders Training ProgramPerks… includes discounts on travel, cell phone, clothing, and more…Employee Referral ProgramJOB SUMMARY:The Human Resource Generalist is responsible for performing HR related duties and works closely with fellow HR team members in supporting the day-to-day operations of the human resources department. This position will support the following areas: recruitment, benefits administration, performance management, onboarding, and compliance.DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:Coordinates and manages KabaFusion’s Internship Program.Monitor the hiring process; managing forms and required paperwork for job offers.Work with IT to ensure timely deliver of equipment and credentials.Conduct employee onboarding and help organize training and development initiatives.Develop and gather analytical data to provide useful HR metrics with ad-hoc reporting when needed.Track performance reviews to ensure they are done in a timely manner.Oversee the administration of HR records, both paper, and electronically.Assist with employee surveys.Maintain and oversee job descriptions to ensure all employees have current job descriptions and the library is accurate.Up to 25% travel to company locations required.PREFERRED EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE:Bachelor’s Degree in Business or related fieldMinimum of 3 years’ experience in human resources.Experience with recruiting and full cycle employment.SHRM-CP or ability to attain it within 12 months.#corporate #hr #humanresources #shrm #healthcare #benefits #generalist #hrgeneralist #recruiting #kabafusion #nowhiring PI184083112

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HHA | CNA | Nursing Students - Earn up to $4000 Sign-on Bonus
ABC Home Healthcare Professionals
location-iconWakefield MA

Job DescriptionJob DescriptionDescription:Immediate openings for Home Health Aides, Certified Nursing Assistants and Nursing Students Provide 1-on-1 care to our elderly clients in their homes. Don't miss the opportunity to WORK LOCALLY on a FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE that MEETS YOUR NEEDS.HHA / CNA Duties may include:Provide care as directed by Clinical Manager/HHA Supervisor including but not limited to: bathing, oral care, grooming, dressing/undressing, and toileting activities. May also record changes in client's weight and skin condition.Provide care according to the client's care plan. Assist with daily tasks including but not limited to: meal preparation, feeding, changing linens, light housekeeping and shopping.May accompany the client outside the home.Engage with client and provide companionship.ABC Home Healthcare is a local, family-owned home care agency providing services to seniors in Massachusetts East Central Middlesex County and also communities of the North Shore, Gloucester/Cape Ann and Merrimack Valley.Caregiver opportunities exist in all the areas we serve and include long (block) hours providing care to one client or shorter shifts visiting several clients per day. Benefits:Very Competitive Pay + Bonus PayFamily-friendly Work SchedulesExtra $$$ for Evening & Weekend VisitsExtra $$$ for Specialty CasesUp to $4000 Sign-On Bonus*Employee Referral ProgramPaid Travel Time & Mileage ReimbursementPaid In-Service Training & Specialty TrainingMedical & Dental insurance401K with company matchIf you are compassionate and dependable, we have immediate openings for you!Together we can help keep seniors safe at home. Join our team! Apply online or call 781-914-3283 to learn more.* Sign-on Bonus applies to new ABC field staff only. $4000 Sign-on bonus available to new field staff working minimum of 30-hours/week for 12-weeks. New field staff working less than 30-hours/week earn $100 for every 100 hours worked up to $1000. Bonus calculated based on hours worked within first 6-months from date of hire. Requirements:Current, valid state H.H.A./C.N.A. certification in good standing and/or current Nursing StudentMust be at least 18 years of ageAbility to communicate in English (read/write/speak)Must be able to stand, walk, climb stairs, bend, kneel/squat, push and pull. Level of assistance required depends on the mobility of the client.Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds.ABC Home Healthcare provides senior caregiving services throughout the Massachusetts communities of Cape Ann, North Shore, Merrimack Valley and East Central Middlesex County. We also provide Live-In Caregivers throughout the state.

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Home Health Aide
Medford Rehabilitation & Nursing Center
location-iconMedford MA

 SUMMARY:        Under the direction of the Licensed Practical Nurse & Director of                 Clinical Operations, will be responsible for providing residents with personal                                         care and supportive services as needed so they will be able to participate in                       the ongoing activities of the facility, carry out the activities of daily living                  and maintain good health at the highest possible level of independence.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:1. GENERAL:a)    Participates in the creation of a positive atmosphere supported by the warmth and personal interest while maintaining a calm environment. b)    Responds promptly to resident needs.c)    Displays actions that communicate respect, kindness, patience and understanding.d)    Acts in accordance with regulatory and established facility standards.e)    Acts in accordance with the privacy standards promulgated by HIPPA.f)    Acts in accordance with the established Code of Conduct.g)    Acts in accordance with policy and procedures established relative to infection control and blood borne pathogens. Follows the established protocol for universal precautions.h)    Observes the working environment and identifies potential hazards. Notifies the appropriate individual(s) regarding these potential hazards.i)    Maintains an adequate level of supplies needed to provide proper resident care.Ensures these supplies are kept in a neat and orderly manner.j)    Operates equipment in accordance with specified procedures. Makes sure certain general maintenance guidelines are followed and informs the supervisor when equipment does not appear to be operating properly.k)    Acts in accordance with established safety and disaster prevention rules. Actively participates in safety disaster drills.l)    Follows established performance improvement (PI) standards and participates on PI Teams as assigned.m)    Attends all mandatory in-service and other in-services as assigned.n)    Documents cares rendered in Point Click Care computerized chart.2. PROVISION OF PERSONAL CARE:a)    Provides physical and emotional care to all residents according to the plan of care including the supervision and assistance with but not limited to:Bathing                   Dressing                   Grooming                  Hair CareOral Care                Nail Care                   Toileting                   EatingWalking                  Transferring               Positioning               Transportingb)    Monitors resident throughout the day and assists as needed to maintain proper hygiene and grooming.  3. SUPPORTIVE CARE: a) Provides for the care of the residents’ personal belongings and the environment according to        the plan of care including:•    Preparing, washing and storing personal laundry according to the resident’s preference.•    Making the resident’s bed.•    Straightening the resident’s room and maintaining a clean and safe environment.   b) Assists in the dining process by: •    Participating in the preparation of the residents for dining and the service of meals in the Memory Support Program.•    Documenting Meal Attendance for all meals in binder in the Memory Support Program. •    Collaborating with the wait staff to monitor attendance at meals in the Assisted Living Program.c)  Escorts residents to activities within the facility and actively participates with residents.d) Assists in the orientation of new residents upon admission and if the resident desires, assists with the unpacking of his/her personal belongings.e) Assists with the preparation of residents and their belongings for home visits, transfers or discharges.f) Observes residents and notes their physical conditions, attitudes, reactions, appetite, etc. Reports any changes in condition and/or unusual findings.                                        4. RECREATION ACTIVITIESa)    Assists in the provision of recreational activities and redirecting of residents as needed. Interacts with residents on a regular basis to assist in promoting independence and functioning.b)    Conducts planned and spontaneous activities with residents to promote the highest level of functioning.NON-ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:1.    Assists co-workers as the need arises and maintains flexibility in assignments.2.    Performs other related duties as assigned.QUALIFICATIONS:1.    Minimum of a High School Diploma or GED required. Satisfactory completion of a recognized Training Program for Home Health Aides.2.    Current Home Health Aide certification. 3.    Previous experience serving the dementia or geriatric population preferred.4.    Ability to work harmoniously with other staff members, residents, visitors and the general public.5.    Ability to organize and prioritize multiple tasks effectively.6.    Excellent communication skills.7.    Ability to problem solve effectively and to make independent decisions within the guidelines of established protocols when necessary.8.    Ability to handle stress.9.    Ability to use computer and other technical equipment.10.    Ability to remain calm and focused when evacuating residents in the event of an emergency. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS:1.    Flow of work and character of duties involve normal mental and visual attention along with manual coordination.2.    Works in lighted, heated and ventilated areas. Occasional exposure to unpleasant odors and/or noises. May be subjected to some exposure to infectious agents and strains.3.     Subject to hostile and emotionally upset residents, family members, visitors etc.4.     Subject to frequent interruptions to work flow.5.    Performance of duties will require regular periods of time involving sitting, standing, lifting, bending or walking.ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice. All pay rates and bonuses are paid and/ or awarded to employees based on the facilities policy and/ or the CBA, depending on the position.

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Advanced Practice Professional - Urology
Regional West Medical Center
location-iconBoston MA

 Regional West Physicians Clinic has over 28 specialty clinics to assist in the needs of the communities we call home.  We are actively looking for a caring individual to join the team as an Advanced Practice Professional in our Urology Clinic. Our mission is a commitment to advancing the health and wellness of the individuals and communities we are honored to serve. To serve this mission, you will be responsible for assisting in the delivery of health care and patient care management, while maintaining safety and quality of care practices.  As an RWPC Advanced Practice Professional, you will:Assess patient health by interviewing patients, performing medical examinations and studying medical historiesIdentify short term and long term patient care issues to be addressedDetermine abnormal conditions by administering or ordering diagnostic tests and interpreting resultsProvide continuity of care by developing and implementing patient management plansPrescribe medications within scope of practice as neededYou may be a good fit if you have:Graduated from an accredited Physician Assistant or Advanced Practice Registered Nurse programPassed national certification Licensure as a PA or APRN in the State of Nebraska  If this sounds like you, we’d love to connect! 

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Physical Therapy Assistant - FT, Home Care
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location-iconDedham MA
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Position Summary:

The PTA will provide direct care to patients while making home visits in designated geographic territories under the direct supervision of a licensed Physical Therapist.

Position Responsibilities Include:

  • Provide therapy services planned, delegated, and supervised by a qualified Physical Therapist consistent with the patients approved Plan of Treatment.
  • Observe patients during treatment, compiles data and reports patients progress to Physical Therapist.
  • Act as a liaison and maintains contact with patients, Physical Therapist, Clinical Manager(s), other members of the healthcare team and the community in assuring effective care coordination and appropriate resource referrals.
  • Recommend to Physical Therapist possible modification to existing physical therapy treatment plans and training needs to achieve maximum results.
  • Accurately and thoroughly document patient care observations, interventions, and evaluation on the day services are rendered.
  • Maintain the highest standards of professional conduct in relation to information that is confidential in nature. Share information only when recipient’s rights to access are clearly established and sharing of such information is in the best interest of the patient.
  • Maintain/enhance clinical practice skills by attending, participating in/conducting staff development/continuing education program.
  • Serves as a resource and support to patients.
  • Identifies and responds to safety concerns of patients.
  • Promotes and maintains an agency environment that is in compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.
  • Participates in personal and professional growth and development including staff meetings and in-service education.
  • Communicates with patients, families, and other health professionals in a manner that conveys respect, caring, and sensitivity.
  • Communicates with the physician and/or nurse practitioner regarding patient status and medical intervention.

Qualifications:

  • Degree from an accredited Physical Therapy Assistant Program (approved by the APTA).

  • A minimum of 1 year physical therapist assistant experience preferred.

  • Home Health experience preferred.

  • Current and unrestricted PTA licensure.

  • Good organizational and communication skills.

  • Must be able to work independently in the home care setting.

  • Current CPR certification.

  • Must have reliable transportation and a current driver’s license.

Hebrew SeniorLife requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of their employment. All new hires must be fully vaccinated, which includes any recommended COVID-19 boosters, before their start date. Any exemption requests for medical or religious reasons will be considered on a case by case basis and must be processed prior to any start date.

Hebrew SeniorLife is an equal employment opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and competence and not influenced or affected by race, color, religion, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, marital status, military status, veterans status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristics protected by federal, state, or local law.

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Physical Therapy Assistant - FT, Home Care
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location-iconDedham MA
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Job Description

Position Summary:

The PTA will provide direct care to patients while making home visits in designated geographic territories under the direct supervision of a licensed Physical Therapist.

Position Responsibilities Include:

  • Provide therapy services planned, delegated, and supervised by a qualified Physical Therapist consistent with the patients approved Plan of Treatment.
  • Observe patients during treatment, compiles data and reports patients progress to Physical Therapist.
  • Act as a liaison and maintains contact with patients, Physical Therapist, Clinical Manager(s), other members of the healthcare team and the community in assuring effective care coordination and appropriate resource referrals.
  • Recommend to Physical Therapist possible modification to existing physical therapy treatment plans and training needs to achieve maximum results.
  • Accurately and thoroughly document patient care observations, interventions, and evaluation on the day services are rendered.
  • Maintain the highest standards of professional conduct in relation to information that is confidential in nature. Share information only when recipient’s rights to access are clearly established and sharing of such information is in the best interest of the patient.
  • Maintain/enhance clinical practice skills by attending, participating in/conducting staff development/continuing education program.
  • Serves as a resource and support to patients.
  • Identifies and responds to safety concerns of patients.
  • Promotes and maintains an agency environment that is in compliance with federal, state, and local regulatory agencies.
  • Participates in personal and professional growth and development including staff meetings and in-service education.
  • Communicates with patients, families, and other health professionals in a manner that conveys respect, caring, and sensitivity.
  • Communicates with the physician and/or nurse practitioner regarding patient status and medical intervention.

Qualifications:

  • Degree from an accredited Physical Therapy Assistant Program (approved by the APTA).

  • A minimum of 1 year physical therapist assistant experience preferred.

  • Home Health experience preferred.

  • Current and unrestricted PTA licensure.

  • Good organizational and communication skills.

  • Must be able to work independently in the home care setting.

  • Current CPR certification.

  • Must have reliable transportation and a current driver’s license.

Hebrew SeniorLife requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of their employment. All new hires must be fully vaccinated, which includes any recommended COVID-19 boosters, before their start date. Any exemption requests for medical or religious reasons will be considered on a case by case basis and must be processed prior to any start date.

Hebrew SeniorLife is an equal employment opportunity employer. All employment decisions are based on merit, qualifications, and competence and not influenced or affected by race, color, religion, age, gender, national origin, ancestry, marital status, military status, veterans status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristics protected by federal, state, or local law.

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