Education: High School Diploma or GED, and Home Health Aide State Registration. Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) preferred.Work Experience: Prefer individuals having two years experience in a human service field or in a related field of experience working directly with persons having disabilities.General Requirements: Must have a valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, meet agency’s driver insurability requirements, reliable vehicle, and up to date automobile insurance.
Working Conditions: This position requires significant bending, lifting and stooping. Must be able to demonstrate the ability to lift 100 lbs.Training Requirements During Employment: Comply with all internal training requirements, as well as professional training that will ensure department compliance with regulations and best practices. Must complete 12 hours of in-service training per year in order to maintain Home Health Aide State Registration.
E. Planning and Organization: The degree to which the employee establishes a course of action for himself or herself in order to accomplish assignments or goals.
F. Judgment: the degree to which the employee is able to develop alternative courses of action and make decisions that are based on logical assumptions and that reflect factual information.G. Problem Solving: the degree to which the employee is able to secure relevant information, compare and contrast data from a number of different sources, identify key issues and their relationships as well as their impact on situations or problems. In addition, determine alternative courses of action that will have a positive effect.
I. Oral Communication: The degree to which the employee is able to verbally express ideas and/or convey information respectfully, clearly and effectively in one on one or group situations.
J. Customer Service: The degree to which the employee makes an effort to listen to and understand the customer (both internal and external) and anticipates customer needs, giving high priority to customer's satisfaction.