- Do you view home health care as a calling, not just a job?
- Are you energized by helping bring a more wonderful quality of life to those for whom you provide care?
- Do you enjoy being in service of a humane mission greater than yourself?
We are always open to speaking with professionals who answer “YES” to questions like these.
Below are summaries of our primary positions; we encourage you to review the complete job descriptions. If you believe you are well-suited to one, please submit your resume for review. We regret that we cannot provide personal follow up to every submission.
Service Supervisor (RN)
Service Supervisors assess patients’ home environments and instruct patients and their families. They must be able to work independently and may supervise Nurse Aides in in-home settings
Service Supervisors travel to patients’ homes, hospitals, assisted/independent living facilities and other sites, assessing patients and their associated needs, develop POC for each patient. Service Supervisors must be available both by phone and in person for the hours the agency provides care to clients.
They must be a “health care practitioner” which means an individual who is licensed, certified or registered to engage in the practice of medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy or any related occupation involving the direct provision of health care to patients. (G.S. 90-640(a)).
In a home care agency, the Nurse Aide (NA) is a paraprofessional member of the home care team who would work directly under the supervision and direction of the Service Supervisor and provides various services for the client, the majority of which would be personal care and activities of daily living. They must be listed on the NA registry. At least one year of healthcare experience is preferred.
The Companion Sitter is a non-medical member of the home care team who performs household tasks and provides supervision and activities that allow the client to remain in the home. The Companion Sitter is responsible for observing the client’s activities and reporting those observations, to the Director and or Service Supervisor. They are also expected to engage the client in activities that are of interest to the client.
The RN Assessor will be responsible for Admissions & Assessments and will complete clinical assessments, load data into the online assessment tool and train applicable caregiver. The RN Assessor can choose his/her/their location willing to travel within our designated service area. The RN Assessor will provide information for the evaluations of CNAS, PCAs, Companions and LPN’s concerning performance appraisals and in educating, consoling, or listening to families and clients. The RN Assessor will evaluate patient’s condition, completing appropriate clinical documentation under the direction of the Nursing Supervisor. The RN Assessor will implement and update the client’s plan as needed in order to ensure quality care is being implemented appropriately. Must be a Registered Nurse and hold a current license.
Personal Care Assistant (PCA)
In a home care agency, the PCA is a paraprofessional member of the home care team who would work directly under the supervision and direction of the RN Service Supervisor and provides various services for the client. The majority of which would be personal care and activities of daily living. In this role, you will work with our clients in their homes, helping them with basic personal hygiene and domestic tasks as needed, according to their requirements and limitations. You will provide compassionate care and assistance and document clients’ progress to help ensure their overall wellbeing.