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I've always loved animals. My best friend is a German Shepard mixed and she has my heart. I can walk, house sit & do vet appointments or just be your doggo's friend!
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Our ideal caregiver: My grandson will be 14 months old. We are having a wedding at Tubac and will need a sitter. He will need to be feed and usually goes to sleep around 6:00. Tubac family needs a babysitter. Must love kids! Our ideal match will meet the requirements below. It is important to us that you have your own car. Looking for a caregiver for my 1-year-old son.
time One Time
Starts 10/26
Transportation Required

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Description: Caregivers provide service to individuals in their own homes and communities who need assistance caring for themselves because of old age, sickness, disability and/or other infliction. Home care may include light housecleaning, laundry, meal preparation, transportation, companionship, respite and advice on such things as nutrition, cleanliness and household activities. Caregivers are responsible for ensuring that service is delivered in a caring and respectful manner, in accordance with relevant Agency policies and industry standards. Reporting Relationship: Reports to Supervisor Responsibilities/Activities: Provide companionship, friendship and emotional support. Talk, listen, share experiences, play games/cards, read to client etc. Help keep clients in contact with family, friends and the outside world. Provide transportation to medical appointments, grocery store and errands. Accompany clients to recreational and/or social events. Assist with plans for visits and outings. Write or type letters/correspondence. Organize and read mail. Plan trips and outings and possibly travel with clients. Teach/perform meal planning and preparation. Perform light housekeeping. Participate on the Care Team by providing input and making suggestions. Ensure service is delivered in accordance with Agency policies, procedures and industry standards. Monitor supplies and resources. Evaluate the program and make recommendations, as indicated. Follow the written care plan. Assist in basic client transfers providing the client has been assessed as being capable of ambulating without assistance; and/or, providing another trained caregiver (including family) is involved in the transfer. Carry out duties as assigned by the Supervisor. Observe the client's functioning and report to Supervisor. Complete and maintain records of daily activities, observations, and direct hours of service. Develop and maintain constructive and cooperative working relationships with others. Make decisions and solve problems. Assist with pet care. Communicate with Supervisor and co-workers. Attend orientation, in-service training sessions and staff meetings. Required Knowledge Knowledge of home management skills Knowledge of principles and processes for providing clients services, including needs determinants, meeting quality standards and evaluation of client satisfaction Knowledge of the English language Knowledge of information and techniques needed, including emergency first aid and CPR Knowledge of clerical procedures such as maintaining records and completing forms Required Skill/Abilities: The ability to be aware of other people's reactions and understand why they react as they do The ability to establish and maintain relationships The ability to teach others The ability to identify problems and determine effective solutions The ability to apply reason and logic to identify strengths and weaknesses of possibly solutions The ability to understand written and oral instructions The ability to communicate information orally and in writing The ability to listen and understand the spoken word The ability to work independently and in cooperation with others The ability to determine or recognize when something likely to go wrong The ability to suggest ideas on a subject The ability to provide advice and consultation to others The ability to observe and recognize changes in clients The ability to establish and maintain harmonious relations with clients/families/co-workers Physical/Mental Demands: Good physical and mental health physical ability to stand, walk, use hands and fingers reach, stoop, kneel, crouch, talk, hear, and see Mental fortitude and stability to handle stress Physical and mental ability to drive a vehicle Qualifications/Education: Current driver's license Proper vehicle insurance coverage At least one year care giving experience
time Part Time
Starts 09/01
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