Work 3 days, stay overnight in a private caregiver suite, and have the rest of the week off! Are you a detail-oriented, energetic, quick learner interested in assisting adult residents who have Autism and other neuro-developmental disorders? Enjoy the advantages of working in a Christian community with full medical benefits, paid-time off, tuition reimbursement, and paid training. Caregivers have the unique opportunity to participate in painting, weaving, jewelry making, sports, community events, and other life-enrichment activities. We are seeking caring individuals with a heart for our Community. Please visit our website at www.rainbowacres.com to apply online or send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary: Caregivers have primary responsibility for providing the highest quality of care to enhance the quality of life for the Residents/Ranchers of Rainbow Acres. In fulfilling this mission, the successful Caregiver will: utilize all the programs, services and resources of Rainbow Acres with efficiency; participate with Health & Wellness, Learning Center and Vocational Directors/Coordinators in annual goal setting, and then reviewing and monitoring each Rancher’s progress toward fulfilling those goals. The Caregiver participates in completing an annual evaluation of the Resident’s/Rancher’s achievements. This is a safety sensitive position.
Safety-Sensitive Position: Based on the essential functions as discussed below in the Professional Responsibilities, Physical Demands, and Work Environment section of this job description, Rainbow Acres considers a Caregiver to be a safety-sensitive position. Accordingly, under Arizona Law, Rainbow Acres excludes applicants and employees from the Caregiver position if it has a good faith belief that the applicant/employee is engaged in current drug use (whether legal, prescribed or otherwise) that could cause impairment or negatively impact the employee’s job performance.
Minimum Professional Requirements
- The successful candidate is at least 18 years of age or older and has a High School Diploma or GED
- Has a minimum of 3 months of health-related experience
- Ability to meet all clearance requirements
- Proof of verification of completion from a Caregiver training program or ability to successfully complete a pre-paid caregiver training program approved by the Department or the Board of Examiners for Nursing Care Institution Administrators and Assisted Living Facility managers and successfully pass the corresponding State Examination