Full-Time: Saturday– Tuesday (10:30 PM – 7:30 AM) Working 36 hours per week on a biweekly payroll.
Starting Wage @ $25 – $35/hr and is commiserating with experience.
Benefits Package: Health Insurance and two weeks CTO time (80 hrs.).
***PLEASE INCLUDE RESUME & STATEMENT OF INTEREST ***
We are seeking a highly qualified homecare professional for an established position working with an adult male quadriplegic. In this position, you will provide direct care for this individual throughout the night. Preferred candidates will have an established background in home care and will have years of prior experience working the overnight shift. This position requires that the support is awake and alert throughout their shift. Qualified applicants will be knowledgeable, highly committed to their best practices, and genuinely upbeat and communicative!
Tasks & Duties:
Ventilator monitor/maintenance at night, trach care, respiratory suctioning, urinary and bowel management, bathing, skin care, massage, ROM, medication administration, vital signs as needed, assist with activities of daily living, pet care, light cleaning including laundry, wiping down counters, changing trash and recycling, sweeping floors, ironing.
***Please note that while these directives are technically involved, they are very teachable for anyone who may not have a credentialed background in nursing***
“Greetings – My name is Ned, and I am a 39 years old highly independent quadriplegic, and I am looking for looking for an experienced and reliable full-time night support who will attend to my varied nightly care needs. I am looking for a professional who is reliable, intelligent, open to learning new things, and is able to commit to this position for a number of years. As an additional note, I have a 6 ½-year-old Golden retriever named Charlie 🙂 She is the envy of all who meet her, and we make a great team! My general outlook is to find a good balance between professionalism and fun in all of life’s adventures; I’m hoping to find someone who shares this mentality!”
I am a Burlington resident and I manage and schedule my own nursing support staff for my medical needs – I am a disabled and require around-the-clock support. I work as a therapist and am generally very inclusive in my work and in my general outlook.