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As a member of the our team, Inteli-Care recognizes that YOU are the most important person in providing a high level of quality service, to your member! Inteli-Care understands its employees are the number one priority. Inteli-Care ensures employees have the best equipment, the best training, the best support, the best resources, the best management and most of all the best leadership. This is one of the main foundations that sets Inteli-Care apart from most other home healthcare companies. Our leadership team, understands the importance of creating opportunities for its employees as well as creating a positive work environment with endless potential for growth.
Inteli-Care values integrity which means always doing the right thing. All employees are expected to live up to high ethical standards to ensure all members are receiving the highest level of care.
Inteli-Care is locally owned and operated and was first established in 2003. From its inception, Inteli-Care’s goal has been to strive for innovation, use cutting edge technology, and be on the forefront for setting the standards in the Home Healthcare Industry.
Inteli-Care is now accepting qualified applications for the following positions. If you or someone you know is in need of a caregiver please have them contact our office at 505.898.9745.
Personal Care Attendant/Caregiver (PCA/Caregiver)
The position is a part-time or full-time position. The primary role of the personal care attendant or caregiver is to provide non-medical assistance with activities of daily living. These activities include, but are not limited to, assistance with mobility, meal preparation, medication reminders, bathing, grooming, daily hygiene, toileting and incontinence, light housekeeping, laundry, companionship, cognitive assistance, running errands, and contributing to a positive living environment to enhance the members quality of life and overall independence. A PCA must adhere to the schedule and provide services in the member’s home as authorized in the member’s approved Individual Plan of Care (IPoC). The PCA must use an electronic visit verification system at the start and completion of every visit.
The PCA completes state mandated training upon hire and annually, such as incident reporting. Every PCA must pass a National Criminal History Screening Background Check, complete a two hour orientation prior to employment. Additional requirements are based on the member’s needs and service model which may include medical screening, additional training initial and annual training requirements, possession of a driver’s license and insurance (if the PCA will transport the member).
Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
A CNA is a part time or full-time hourly position. A CNA provides care to patients under the VCA program. They help patients by supporting personal hygiene and daily living needs. A CNA provides comfort and transportation for patients. A CNA assists with or provides patients’ personal hygiene by assisting with toileting, bathing needs, shaving, applying lotion and providing therapeutic back rubs. A CNA assists with patient ambulation and helps with patient transfers and lifts. They also provide aid with patients’ activities of daily living (ADLs) by preparing and serving meals, feeding patients as necessary, turning and repositioning patients to prevent skin breakdown and providing fresh water and nourishment between meals.
CNAs maintain patient stability by checking vital signs and weight and recording intake and output information. They also provide patient care by utilizing resources and materials, and reporting observations related to patient conditions or changes in condition to the RN. CNAs are responsible for maintaining their licensure. It is within their scope of practice to carry out any tasks that an HHA or homemaker can accomplish, if it is allowed as specified, for the type of patient they are caring for. CNAs are expected to understand that patients are serviced through various programs and must understand the various rules and regulations pertaining to each program
Caregiving is a very rewarding profession with great benefits:
- Flexible schedules for caregivers & members receiving services
- Flexible training & certifications in FA/CPR
- Competitive pay and incentives
- Great benefits such as:
- Medical Insurance
- Supplemental insurance (Dental, Vision, Life, & Disability)
- A matching 401K Plan
Equal Opportunity Employer
IC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against employees or job applicants on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, veteran status, or any other unlawful criterion, except where a bona fide occupational qualification applies.
PCA duties include but are not limited to:
- Meal Preparation
- Support Services (personal errands)
- Housekeeping Assistance
- Cognitive Assistance
- Medication Reminders
- Mobility Assistance
- Bathing/Personal Hygiene/Grooming
Full time employees working 30+ hours/week are offered (after 90 days):
- life insurance
Full time employees, 21 and older, working 20+ hours/week are also offered (after 1 full year):
- 401-K program
All employees are required to complete a two hour one-on-one orientation prior to starting their employment with Inteli-Care.
Caregivers and Personal Care Attendants (PCA’s) are also required to pass a criminal background check, a TB test, and pass a CPR & First Aid certification course. In addition each Caregiver and Personal Care Attendant is required to complete 12 hours of training per calendar year.