Personal Care Aide (PCA) / Assisted Living / Holiday PRN Opportunity / Flexible Scheduling in Louisville, CO at NurseCore

Date Posted: 10/29/2020

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 Personal Care Aide (PCA)

Holiday PRN Opportunity / Flexible Scheduling

Assisted Living

230p-11p and/or 10p-630a

NurseCore of Denver has an immediate need for Personal Care Aides (PCAs) to assist clients in assisted living facilities in Louisville, CO.  We are looking for caring and reliable healthcare professionals to provide consistent, high-quality care to our clients.

Look at our Benefits when working for NurseCore:

  • Top pay, with daily and weekly pay options available
  • Flexible scheduling 
  • Friendly, accessible office staff

Your dream job is waiting for you; join our team and we’ll help you find it! Apply Today!

Responsibilities

Under professional supervision, provides client assistance with nutritional and environmental support and personal hygiene, feeding and dressing and/or as an extension of self-directed clients, select health-related tasks.

  • Assists client with activities of daily living as directed which may include:
    • Bathing
    • Oral hygiene
    • Dressing
    • Toileting
    • Ambulation
  • Buys, prepares and serves nutritious meals in accordance with prescribed diet.
  • Performs routine housekeeping tasks and errands as related to a safe and comfortable environment.
  • Works with community agencies involved with client as directed.
  • Escorts client to healthcare facility as directed.
  • Respects client’s rights and maintains confidentiality.
  • Practices honesty, dependability and confidentiality in all client and family matters.
  • Follows basic safety rules to maintain safe environment.
  • Reminds client to take self-administered medications as designated in the plan of care.
  • Guides the client in social activities.
  • Assumes responsibility for child-care services to include assistance with personal hygiene, meal preparation and serving and recreational and educational activities.
  • Reports changes in client’s condition or home situation to the supervising professional.
  • Follows Plan of Care established by RN or therapist and reports changes in client condition.
  • Prepares a visit report daily and submits completed documentation per agency policy and procedure.
  • The following tasks are also considered to be an essential function of the position:Lifting unspecified weights, depending on assignment requirements.
  • Bending and stooping to prepare equipment and materials for treating clients or managing the client’s environment.
  • Transferring, turning and positioning clients and assisting clients in walking and moving from place to place.
Qualifications

We have a variety of HHA and PCA openings available and are excited about matching you with a great opportunity! Take a look at the requirements below, to see what you’ll need to get started. 

  • High school diploma
  • Must have 1 year supervised experience in the last 3 years as a PCA.
  • Reliable transportation, and be willing to travel reasonable distances
  • Current CPR
  • Current TB test

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