Direct Care Assistant II

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Job ID:
2499366
Location:
Columbus, OH
Category:
Health Care
Salary:
per year
Zip Code:
43085
Employment Type:
Full time
Posted:
08.10.2018
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Job Description:

Qualified job candidates are required to take and pass a drug test and a criminal background check.

Heinzerling Community requires job applicants have, at a minimum, a high school diploma or GED

Title: Direct Care Assistant II

Qualifications:

  • High-school diploma or GED required
  • Interest and ability to work with children and adults with severe or profound developmental disabilities.
  • Previous experience in direct care, nursing, and/or with individuals with disabilities is preferred, but not necessary.
  • Must demonstrate an attitude of respect toward residents
  • Must work well within a team environment
  • Must be able to lift 60 pounds
  • Must work two weekends with one weekend off

Job Responsibilities

  • Provide direct care to assigned residents
  • Maintain adequate personal hygiene of assigned residents, including bathing, grooming, changing diapers, dressing, feeding, and positioning residents
  • Participate in the development and implementation of assigned residents' individual programs
  • Properly uses and cares for residents' personal equipment
  • Assists with or performs care procedures or routines as requested
  • Participates in on-going staff development activities
  • Uses acceptable language and tone of voice
  • Works with team members to evaluate residents' present abilities, progress and potential.
  • Participates in resident activities including field trips

Pay Rate:

  • $10.00/hour; $.40/hour shift differential; $2/hour weekend differential

Benefits:

Outstanding Attendance Pay; Employee Referral Bonus; 6 paid holidays, sick leave, vacation, personal days; tuition reimbursement; health, dental, vision life insurance; 403b Retirement Plan; Employee Assistance Program

Shifts:

Full time

7A-3:30P, 3P-11:30P 11P-7:30A

Company Info
Heinzerling Foundation