CarePartners: Personal Support Worker

  • Company:
    carepartners
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  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
  • Job type:
    Full-Time
  • Posted:
    1 week ago
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SUMMARY:Are you ready to make your contribution to health care? Do you want to make an impact in the lives of patients needing compassionate, thoughtful and professional care? As an integral part of the health care team, you will encourage, support and promote independence for patients in home and community care settings by assisting with activities of daily living under the supervision of our Personal Support Manager.We continue to deepen our presence throughout Ontario and require energetic, dedicated Community Support Workers (CSWs) to help us provide patient and family-centered care in the Havelock, Norwood and Campbellford areas.In addition to being a frontline hero during one of the most challenging health care events in recent history, we are offering the following incentives to qualified candidates:An extra $3.00 temporary government wage enhancement, on top of existing hourly wages.A $750 payment for a CSW with a PSW certificate, with payments of $250* after 3 months of work and $500* after 12 months of work; orA $500 payment for a CSW without a PSW certificate, with payments of $250* after 3 months of work and $250* after 12 months of work.less usual statutory deductionsYOU WILL MAKE AN IMPACT BY:Assisting with activities of daily living such as personal care (rise and retire), assistance with household tasks, respite care, medication assistance, special functionsPromoting a safe environment by demonstrating proper body mechanics, safe transfer techniques and home safetyProviding cognitive, social and/or emotional support to the patientPreparing nutritious, varied and economical meals and snacks, including special diets, as determined by the care plan, using proper food preparation, storage and hygiene practices.WHAT WE OFFER:Competitive Wages, Incentives and PerksCompetitive wage grid $17.17 to $19.32 per hour PLUS $3.00 hourly temporary wage enhancementA special $750 or $500 incentive for signing on with CarePartnersPAID MILEAGE at $0.38 per/km PLUS, paid travel timePaid orientation and hands-on mentoringAccess to group discount programs, including exclusive discounts from various retailersSafety and Personal WellnessDuring the pandemic, full personal protective equipment in identified “hot zones” and ongoing support and safety protocols designed to protect you and your patientsTotal rewards program which includes benefit packageEmployee Assistance Program (EAP) for you and your family membersA COVID-19 hotline, to answer your questions and concernsPersonal and Professional SupportFlexible hours and diverse assignments to suit your busy lifeThoughtful scheduling by location, respecting your timeOpportunities for continuing education and trainingLeadership support 24/7YOU BRING:A strong desire and commitment to making a difference in the lives of our patientsExceptional interpersonal skillsAbility to work independently as well as part of a teamAvailability to work non-traditional hours, such as early morning, evenings and alternate weekendsCurrent immunization record (within last 12 months)A valid driver-s license and vehicleCurrent vulnerable sector check screeningValid Certificate as a Personal Support Worker, Health Care Aid, Developmental Support Worker, Home Support Worker Level 2 or 3, or enrollment in a Nursing programCarePartners welcomes and encourages applicants from people with disabilities. Candidates can request accommodations at any time in the hiring process.#PSWSMTo apply please email recruiter.biljana@carepartners.caCAREPARTNERS IS IN YOUR COMMUNITYIn addition to providing home-based personal support, rehabilitation and therapy, nursing and palliative care across Ontario, CarePartners also serves the community through clinics, transitional care units, and provides relief in nursing homes and shared care settings.Through our outreach program, we-ve been organizing medical care and clinics in countries with poor access to health care since 2009.