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Dear Mitch and staff, Thank you for all of your hard work and caring. You have wonderful staff and they helped put our minds at ease. Keep up the good work. Love,
Written by: Andy and Debbi
The care giver scheduler is responsible for evaluating potential caregivers, scheduling caregiver engagements, teaming prospective clients with the appropriate caregivers, and informing prospective clients about the agency. You are in charge of matching our home care client’s schedules and temperaments with compatible caregivers and will continually record and update said schedules to keep our records current and accurate. You will be highly involved in the caregiver hiring process. You are available to assist office staff as needed, and complete clerical tasks as directed. You are available for rotating on-call responsibilities, including weekends.
The ideal candidate thoroughly understands the caregiver’s responsibilities, and is able to assess caregiver’s skills, personalities, and interests in order to successfully match clients and caregivers. You are able understand personal care plans for each client, read and understand caregiver reports, and can assure the client’s appropriate discharge. You possess thorough knowledge of state licensing standards for home and community support services, and know the appropriate codes and regulations as required. You have excellent interpersonal communication (oral, conversational, telephone, written) to communicate with caregivers, office staff, and management. You demonstrate professionalism and responsiveness with potential clients, clients, and others who communicate with our home care agency. You have experience using Microsoft Word and Excel, and are capable of learning and using our scheduling software.
The Director of Community Relations will create and maintain professional relationships with referral sources (physicians, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, independent living communities, hospital personnel, case managers, discharge planners, and social workers) to generate home and senior care patient referrals. Your referrals should continue to grow over time and will contribute to the revenue and growth of the agency. You will prioritize activities to meet our home care agency’s monthly and quarterly growth projections. You will aim to meet and exceed our development targets, and establish and maintain market awareness. You will serve as a liaison between potential clients, current clients, and the home care agency staff.
The ideal candidate has experience in home health care sales, and has physician contacts in or near Highland Park, Northshore, and the Chicagoland. You possess a bachelor’s degree, related healthcare experience, and industry knowledge preferred. You have at least one year of sales experience with proven results, with prior experience working in a healthcare setting. You are self-motivated, with a result oriented personality, and possess excellent verbal communication and presentation skills. You are computer literate with Microsoft Office and salesforce.com. You can develop sales plans and a territory routing schedule. You are able to work efficiently in order to maximize time with community decision makers. You can maintain a professional image.
The Home Care Administrative Assistant manages incoming communications, maintains office files and computer databases, and provides support to our home care agency staff. You will check the references of potential employees to support the new employee hiring process. You are responsible for collecting and recording the information from the caregiver log and time sheets and entering the information into the Homewatch database. You will maintain and manage employee files; provide office and clerical support, including marketing support as directed; and support staff as needed to maintain business operations. You are responsible for transferring the telephone system to on-call staff at the end of each business day.
Strong organizational skills. Possess experience using Microsoft Office and other software. You are a highly motivated team-player with team leadership skills to assist staff. You are able to promptly respond to client and family needs in a patient manner, and able to identify and solve problems. You must be able to communicate clearly and effectively over the phone, display professionalism, and have a patient personality. You are able to complete office and clerical tasks as directed by home care agency staff, and possess the ability and desire to learn new things.
Homewatch CareGivers is currently accepting applications for CNAs/Caregivers/Home Health Aides in the North and Northwest suburbs. Duties may include companion care, personal care, transportation assistance, meal preparation, and light housekeeping. Homewatch offers a competitive hourly wage with direct deposit, flexible schedules, referral bonuses, and paid orientation and training. We offer live-in caregiver shifts (2-, 3-, 4-, and 5-day shifts available), hourly shifts (from 3-12 hours), weekend assignments, and emergency fill-ins.
You have a minimum of 2-years of home caregiving experience, and are legally allowed to work in the United States. You possess a valid driver’s license and an insured automobile. You must be able to read, write, and converse in English. To be considered, you must share TB test results (less than 1-year-old, or 5-years-old if verified with a chest x-ray), provide references, and be able to pass a criminal background check.
The Administrative Assistant manages client and caregiver files, maintains office files and computer databases, and provides support to our home care agency staff. You will check the references of potential employees to support the new employee hiring process. You are responsible for collecting and recording the information from the caregiver log and time sheets and entering the information into the Homewatch database. You will maintain and manage employee files; provide office and clerical support, including marketing support as directed; and support staff as needed to maintain business operations. You are responsible for transferring the telephone system to on-call staff at the end of each business day.
You have strong organizational skills, and you are a motivated team player and possess team leadership abilities. You are able to communicate clearly and effectively over the phone, and can efficiently identify and solve problems to respond calmly to client’s needs. You are reliable, display professionalism, and have the ability and desire to learn new things. You can complete office and clerical tasks to support home care agency staff, and use Microsoft Office and other software applications. To be considered, you must pass a background check and live within 20-miles of Northbrook.
Home care jobs are available for those compassionate individuals looking to make a profound difference in the lives of our clients through caregiving. Our professionally developed training platform through Homewatch CareGivers University provides the knowledge and skills required to deliver the premier quality of home care services that has become the Homewatch CareGivers standard.
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-Beryl Clark, Homewatch CareGivers
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