Career

Career Opportunities

 

Welcome to Anointed Caring Homes Career Opportunities. We have a dynamic team of professional individuals who we consider to be a part of the ACH Family. The provider services industry has a tremendous amount of turnover and many individuals move from company to company but we encourage you to notice that our team have each been with us for a few years and are delighted with their career choice. The reason for this success is because we take the time to care about our staff too.  If our team is not happy, healthy and whole it is impossible to focus on the attention and care of others. If you feel that you are ready to begin a lasting career, we encourage you to apply for the position you are most qualified for.

Applications are accepted in our Administrative Office between 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, Monday through Thursday

Notice to Prospective Employees

Post-offer/pre-employment screening includes criminal history background check, Employee Misconduct Registry Check, motor vehicle report, and urinalysis drug screen.

Please submit two valid forms of identification with your application.  Acceptable forms of identification can be found on the Homeland Security I-9 form, page 9.

Notice:  Certain positions, such as Direct Care Providers, require a high school diploma or GED certificate (a college or university diploma/transcript is also acceptable) in order to meet certain standards of the position.  At the time of hiring, those employees must submit a copy to the HR Dept.  If you do not have a copy available, please inquire with your highest institution of graduation about how to get a copy.

CURRENT POSTINGS AS OF October 2014

RESIDENTIAL GROUP HOMES

Direct Care Professionals

Full Time & part-time positions available

Available Shifts:

Weekday Only: Mon – Fri 3pm – 11pm

Weekday Only: Mon – Fri 11pm – 7:30am

Weekend Only: Sat and Sun – Flexible 7am – 3pm

Weekend Only: Sat and Sun – 3pm – 11pm

Weekend Only: Sat and Sun – 11pm – 7am

(The Director is willing to accommodate the request for 12-hour shifts)

Direct Support Professionals

Summary of Primary Job Duties

Direct Support Professionals are responsible for providing individuals with:

1.Direct personal assistance with activities of daily living including:

  • Bathing, dressing, and personal hygiene;
    • Eating
    • Meal planning and preparation; and
    • Housekeeping;

2. Assisting the individual with ambulation and mobility;

3.Implements training and behavioral programs and relevant service objectives as outlined in the client’s individualized plan.

4.Provides safe transportation in company–owned vehicle as needed for client medical appointments, job attendance, recreational activities, etc.

5.Supervises clients with the self-administration of medications as ordered and specified. Accurately documents medication administration. Notifies the appropriate personnel when medication needs to be re-ordered.

6.Conduct habilitation activities that train the individual to:

Develop or improve skills that allow the individual to live more independently;

Develop socially valued behaviors;

Integrate into community activities;

Use natural supports and typical community services available to the public; and

Participate in leisure activities;

7.   Supervising the individual’s safety and security;

8. Reporting changes in the individual’s condition and needs;

9. Record keeping;

10. Ensuring that the individual’s rights are protected;

11. Reports facility maintenance issues so that regulatory standards are met and a comfortable and safe living environment is provided.

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