Childcare Specialist (In-Home Caregiver)
We are seeking loving and compassionate caregivers to care and nurture children in the mother’s home promoting a safe and healthy environment. This is an opportunity to impact the lives of women and children and meet needs in our community.
● Minimum of one-year commitment
● Opportunities for shifts from 3pm-7am weekdays and 24 hours on weekends. Ideal job for teachers, student teachers, and professionals who work with children during their 1st shift job.
Caregivers are responsible for ensuring compliance with Along The Way’s policies and procedures. Most importantly, they create a positive environment in the client’s home where children are nurtured and provided with the attention and support necessary for a stable, routine and secure transition from daytime activities to rest and sleep at night.
Our Caregivers responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Meeting the individual needs of the children
Interacting with the children to support play, exploration, and learning
Assuring completion of daily documentation for each client assignment
Providing assistance with infants and children’s personal hygiene as needed (bathing, dressing, changing, feeding, administering medications, etc.)
Preparing/serving meals for client’s children as needed
Communicating appropriately and effectively with mothers, children and fellow staff
Participating in staff and training meetings
Committing to continuing education/training to ensure best-in-class service for our client families
Able to lift, bend, and carry infants and small children (up to 25 lbs)
Insured vehicle and be legally eligible to drive to regular assignments at client’s homes
Must be 18 years of age or older
Communicate effectively with diverse individuals and situations
Able to handle situations ranging from routine to emergency calmly and efficiently
Preferred, but not required:
Bachelor’s degree in EEd, ECD, or related field or Associate’s degree or equivalent experience
Drueding Center, located at 4th and Master Street in Philadelphia, is a transitional housing program for homeless women and their children, offering a network of health, social, educational, and vocational programs that focus on helping women achieve independent living.
The Receptionist is responsible for maintaining security and order throughout the facility. The individual operates the main phone and paging system, monitors the main entrance, and deals with emergencies that arise evenings, nights and weekends when no other staff are present.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Minimum of 1-year experience
Good written and oral communication skills
Ability to remain calm and level-headed in crisis situations
Competent in basic computer skills, operating telephone and paging system
1 yr. experience caring for elderly person or CNA. We hire Caregivers, providing the right Care Solutions for Clients Offering
*Companionship *Personal Care *Transportation
*Meal Preparation *Errand Service *Medication Reminders
Hiring Bonus – Flexible Schedule – PTO
Servicing: Phila., Bucks, Montco Areas
Call 267-744-4173 http://www.mytendio.com (click on Caregivers Application)
Community Support Worker
Are you looking to make a difference in the lives of others, as well as your community? If so, this is the PERFECT opportunity for YOU!
A gentleman who lives in Elkins Park is hiring Community Support Workers. The main purpose of this role is to assist him in living a self-determined life. He enjoys music, sports, cooking shows, jigsaw puzzles and being out and about in his community. He enjoys being social and will need support to visit his friends and acquaintances in the community and his family, as well as, participating in community events. He will need assistance in all aspects of his daily living, including support with housework, meal preparation and shopping, technology use, medication and doctor’s appointments, and scheduling plans.
He is seeking support Monday-Friday from 4pm-10pm. Pay rate is $15.00/hr
The ideal candidate will have a calm personality with energetic and creative approaches to supporting a person to live the best life possible. The ideal candidate will be dedicated to supporting a person live their life to the fullest, who are engaged in the community and who are supportive to the person and their fellow team members. Someone who is upbeat, active, social, is a good listener and conversationalist and who can be flexible and patient.
We are looking for people who are creative, energetic and like to have fun. We are looking for people who want to ensure that ALL people’s rights are secured, that people can live a self-determined life and who believe in equity!
As our ethical commitment to those accepting our support and to our workforce, Values Into Action mandates the COVID-19 vaccination for all employees.
-18 years of age or older
-A high school diploma or GED and at least 1 year experience supporting people to live in the community.
-Possession of a valid driver’s license with a safe driving record.
-Access to a reliable vehicle for work purposes, proof of current vehicle registration, inspection, and insurance.
Other things to know:
We know not everyone who finds themselves upon this job posting will fit exactly what is described above. However, if you share in our mission and vision of full civil rights, inclusion, and self-determination for ALL people, including those with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities, we encourage you to apply.
Values Into Action is an equal opportunity employer. As a disability rights organization we:
· Are dedicated to social justice and human rights in all its forms;
· Are committed to fostering an organizational culture that is inclusive of people with respect to their race, color, disability, ethnicity, religious creed, sex, gender identity, gender expression, age, national origin, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, marital status or other personal characteristics;
· Welcome and strive to retain and advance individuals from diverse backgrounds who share our values.
Start Your Career in Healthcare with ScribeAmerica! No Previous Experience Required!
Get experience working in Hospitals, Emergency Departments, and Outpatient clinics!
Flexible Weekday Schedules!
This clinical opportunity is perfect for pre-health students interested in exploring the medical field!
Urgent Hiring Needs! Now Hiring!
This is a year round permanent position. At this time we do not offer summer only positions.
Joining ScribeAmerica’s team as a Scribe will be one of the most impactful and rewarding experiences of your life. A Scribe is on the “front-line” of healthcare, serving as an integral member of the care team and acting as a physician’s personal efficiency partner. While a Scribe does not perform clinical work (e.g., does not touch patients, does not practice medicine), s/he is completely immersed in the healthcare ecosystem by standing elbow-to-elbow with a physician or nurses for 8+ hours each day.
Whether it’s helping you gain entrance into medical/nursing school, giving you priceless advice and insight, or just leading by example as a consummate professional, your partnering physician will profoundly affect your future as a healthcare professional. Your Scribe experience—the people you meet, the relationships you develop, the encounters you witness— will change your life! Don’t wait, apply to be a Scribe today!
Offers one-on-one time with physicians and other healthcare providers
Exposure to an emergency, inpatient, or outpatient environment
Observe a wide variety of cases from trauma to pediatrics
Develop lasting relationships with your partnering physicians with the potential for letters of recommendation
Paid training to all hired employees that provides a crash course in medicine including terminology, disease processes, procedures, medications, medical decision making, and more
Great alternative career for those of CNA, MA, EMT, or Paramedic backgrounds
Flexible scheduling for college students
As a scribe you will:
accompany the healthcare provider into patient examination rooms in order to transcribe the patient’s history, physical exam findings, consultations, labs, X-rays, and other evaluations, as stated by the provider, directly into the medical record
Prepare plans for follow-up care, as directed by the provider
Process admitted and discharge paperwork
Provide advanced support to providers, including documenting phone calls, alerting the physician with labs/radiology reports are complete, grabbing faxes, etc.
Qualifications and Requirements:
The minimum availability required for our medical scribe position is 2 shifts per week; shifts range from 8 to 12 hours long*
It is the Company’s hope that this will be a long-term position.* This is not intended to be a seasonal position
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
Must have a passion for medicine and a desire to grow
Must be adaptable and be willing to take constructive criticism
Ability to multitask and prioritize
Ability to work in a stressful and fast-paced environment
Ability to operate a computer and/or laptop through proficient typing, clicking, and viewing a monitor for extended periods
Ability to type at least 60 words per minute preferred
Ability to move about and follow a healthcare provider for extended periods of time
Ability to read, write, comprehend through listening, and speak fluent English
Must have a computer or access to a computer for virtual/online training
Background in pre-health sciences, biology, chemistry, biochemistry, kinesiology, or other similar field preferred. No previous clinical experience required.
*Any potential employment with the Company is at-will. Nothing within this document/application, nor any Company policy or statements should be considered a commitment to employment for any definite period of time, and scheduling, hours worked, and project assignment(s), etc. may change based on business needs.