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Collabria Care
Human Resources Department

 

Applications

To apply for a position, please email your resume and cover letter to:
cccareers@collabriacare.org

Applications may also be mailed to:
Collabria Care
Attention: Human Resources
414 South Jefferson Street
Napa, CA 94559

Collabria Care – Collabria Hospice (formerly known as Napa Valley Hospice & Adult Day Services) is the leading center for community-based care delivery and resources in the North Bay for individuals and families experiencing the transitions of aging, living with serious illness, or facing the end of life. We aspire to be the premier employer in the Napa Valley for professionals in our field.

What makes Collabria Care unique?

Collabria Care is the ONLY nonprofit (501c3) provider of hospice services, based in the Napa Valley, where we have served for nearly four decades. Our agency offers a continuum of care for individuals and families, tailoring teams of professionals – which may include physicians, nurses, social workers, volunteers, spiritual counselors, and occupational, physical, and speech therapists – to address the needs of each individual and family.

Our spectrum of services is offered through two divisions – Collabria Care and Collabria Hospice – and four service lines. Collabria Care offers Alzheimer’s services, our award-winning Day Program, and Palliative Services; Collabria Hospice offers end-of-life care and bereavement services. This continuum of care makes it possible for us to partner with individuals and families who need us during every step of life’s major transitions.

We’re innovative, we’re values-driven, we’re firmly established! Join the Collabria Care team, and see how you can further your career in service to others.

SPIRITUAL CARE PROVIDER – CHAPLAIN

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Assures the initial, comprehensive and ongoing spiritual assessment of Hospice patients/families that includes the spiritual strengths, potential complications and risk factors that affect the patient’s/family’s end-of-life
  • Participates in the development of the individualized interdisciplinary team care plan to meet identified spiritual needs
  • Provides direct spiritual care to patients/families that includes spiritual counseling, use of sacred readings, prayer, music, ritual, compassionate presence, and other appropriate modalities in accordance with professional standards of practice and agency protocol
  • Acts as a liaison between the Hospice team and the client’s clergy or arranges clergy contact for patients who request clergy, but are not associated with a specific spiritual community
  • Assists families in the planning and conducting of memorial services as requested
  • Documents all direct services, arranged services, and consultations in a timely manner according to established agency policy and format
  • Participates in orientation and ongoing training of staff and volunteers regarding the role of the Spiritual Care Provider and assisting them in understanding the significant spiritual factors related to the care of terminally ill patients and their families
  • Assists other Hospice team members in understanding the spiritual factors related to the patient’s illness; Provides consultation, education, and support to other programs within the agency regarding spiritual concerns of their clients/participants
  • Requests and supports Spiritual Care volunteers assigned to patients/families
  • Recruits community clergy and spiritual counselors adequate to meet patient/family needs by developing community contacts and offering education through faith groups about hospice care
  • Participates in planning and conducting community events to educate and support people around issues of grief and loss such as the Annual Memorial Service
  • Participates in the support services evening, weekend and holiday, on-call rotation as assigned
  • Other duties as assigned

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in theology, religious studies or related field from an accredited seminary, college or university
  • Preferred Education: Master’s in Clinical Pastoral Theology or CPE in Clinical Pastoral Theology
  • Minimum Required Experience: Experience and/or training in the field of death and dying
  • Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Strong knowledge of interfaith philosophy and practice; Broad knowledge of the principles of spiritual care and hospice, and the ability to apply them; Competence in knowledge of human development with an understanding of practice approaches appropriate for the ages of patients/customers served; Good teaching skills, ability to adapt teaching methods to each individual’s capabilities and recognize if materials or skills are not understood; Sound judgment to guide decision-making in such areas as prioritization of needs and caseload management; Ability to balance the sensitivity involved in caring for the terminally ill with the realities of budget and resource management; Strong knowledge of interfaith and cross-cultural religious practices and ritual; Demonstrated knowledge and ability to do computer documentation of daily tasks and activities with patients, families, and/or other caregivers.

Required Licenses/Certifications/Mandatory Health/Safety:

  • Must possess proof of educational qualifications.
  • Must possess a valid California State Driver’s License.
  • Must maintain car insurance as required by Agency policy.
  • CPR and First Aid Training as required for all ADHC staff, per Title XXII.
  • Required inoculations upon hire and then annually as appropriate – TB, Flu, MMR, Chicken Pox
  • If job requires driving, a clean driving record and then pass a defensive driving course every three (3) years prior to hiring Collabria Care conducts a background check

Job Type: Part-time

CDP – PERSON CENTERED CARE LEAD (PCC) – Bilingual

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Participates in initial and continued assessment of the participant’s needs for the development of the individual plan of care by the interdisciplinary team
  • Along with the Program Coordinator, meets with the interdisciplinary team to give input into the development of individualized treatment plans: Provides activity therapy consultation input to the team and individual staff members as indicated
  • In conjunction with the Program Coordinator, assists in planned recreational and social activity program with other Center services in a cooperative and effective manner
  • Assists in the development of the monthly activity calendar
  • Assists Program Coordinator in documenting participant’s progress on flow sheets and in team progress notes in a timely manner
  • Individualizes activities so that the activity emphasizes participants strengths rather than deficits; Ensures that each participant has time to engage in meaningful activities that reflect participant choices and needs
  • Ensures principles of PCC related to the person, program, and experience are implemented
  • Other duties as assigned

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum Required Education: Have equivalent of a high school diploma
  • Preferred Education: N/A
  • Minimum Required Experience: N/A
  • Preferred Experience: Preferably a minimum of (1) year experience working in healthcare setting with frail elderly and disabled adults
  • Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Remains calm in an environment with many demands, frequent changes and interruptions; Knowledge of recreational and social activities; Ability to be flexible, and adjust readily to change; Must have adequate written and verbal English language skills; Demonstrated skill and ability to establish effective working relationships with other professionals and the community as indicated; Must have mental and physical health sufficient to meet the demands of the position; Must be able to set priorities and organize own workload under direction

Required Licenses/Certifications/Mandatory Health/Safety:

  • Must possess proof of educational qualifications.
  • Must possess a valid California State Driver’s License.
  • Must maintain car insurance as required by Agency policy.
  • CPR and First Aid Training as required for all ADHC staff, per Title XXII.
  • Required inoculations upon hire and then annually as appropriate – TB, Flu, MMR, Chicken Pox
  • If job requires driving, a clean driving record and then pass a defensive driving course every three (3) years
  • Prior to hiring Collabria Care conducts a background check

Job Types: Full-time

Home Health Aide

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Follows written Plan of Care (POC) – Reports to RN prior to any deviation from POC
  • Administers or assists patients with personal care including bath or shower, hair, skin, mouth and nail care; Assists patients with elimination using bathroom, commode, bedpan or urinal;
  • Assists patients with dressing or undressing
  • Assists patients with transfer activities; Assists patients with ambulation
  • Assists patients with prescribed exercises after instruction by the registered nurse, physical therapist, and occupational therapist
  • Assists patients with a variety of limited household services that are essential to the patient’s comfort care
  • Reports pertinent observations of patient’s physical and psychological status to RN Case manager or Clinical Services Manager & Hospice Program Director in a timely manner
  • Documents accurately and concisely in the electronic medical record all care and observation according to agency policy and Medicare guidelines in a timely manner
  • Confers with the RN Case manager as appropriate for updating the patient care plan
  • Provides comfort measures and support to patients and families as appropriate
  • Encourages patient independence
  • Provides range of treatment as appropriate to the ages of the patients served and as directed by Manager of Hospice Nursing Services
  • Other duties as assigned

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum Required Education: Graduate of a CNA and a Certified Home Health Aide training program and supervised practice
  • Preferred Education: N/A
  • Minimum Required Experience: Demonstrated proficiency in clinical area
  • Preferred Experience: N/A
  • Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Ability to be flexible, and adjust readily to change; Ability to work effectively as a member of a team; Is able to demonstrate a positive customer service attitude toward work assignment as directed; Mental and physical health sufficient to meet the demands of the position; Must be able to set priorities and organize own workload, with limited supervision; Effective communication and interpersonal skills; Organizational ability; Demonstrated knowledge and ability to do electronic documentation of daily tasks and activities with patients, families, and/or other caregivers; Competent in knowledge of growth and development

Required Licenses/Certifications/Mandatory Health/Safety:

  • Must have current HHA and CNA certificate
  • Must possess proof of educational qualifications.
  • Must possess a valid California State Driver’s License.
  • Must maintain car insurance as required by Agency policy.
  • CPR and First Aid Training as required for all ADHC staff, per Title XXII.
  • Required inoculations upon hire and then annually as appropriate – TB, Flu, MMR, Chicken Pox
  • If job requires driving, a clean driving record and then pass a defensive driving course every three (3) years
  • Must obtain a pre-employment job fitness examination
  • Prior to hiring Collabria Care conducts a background check

Job Types: Part-time

Registered Nurse or LVN

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Adheres to California board of Nursing standards related to assessment, care delivery and ongoing care of patients
  • Accepts intake assignment and the start of care/continuation of services as assigned; Performs initial and ongoing comprehensive, accurate, and systematic nursing assessment including the accurate start of care documentation; Submits documentation within appropriate time frames; Schedules visits appropriately within Medicare guidelines and standards; Revises schedule based upon patient need
  • Documents clearly concisely in the medical record according to agency policy and Medicare guidelines in a timely manner
  • Coordinates, develops, and updates the plan of care with the participation of the patient, family, physician, and interdisciplinary team members
  • Teaches patient/family/significant other home management of disease process and medication regimen in order to promote the optimal level of pain and symptom management
  • Performs ongoing evaluation of patient/caregiver responses to interventions thereby determining progress toward goal attainment and/or revision in the plan of care; Evaluates safety of the patient environment and safety equipment; orders equipment as needed
  • Reports pertinent patient assessment and evaluation data to physician/case manager/Nursing Services Manager in a timely manner.
  • Performs Home Health Aide supervisory visits to the patient’s residence as assigned
  • Screens, refers and assists with coordinating the delivery of all services and community resources to the patient/caregiver according to needs
  • Informs the Hospice Case Manager, MSW, physician, and Clinical Services Manager of patient condition and changes in the plan of care
  • Accesses DPCS and resources in regards to ethical, policy and patient care issues
  • Demonstrates knowledge and application of pediatric, adolescent, adult and aging-adult age-specific principles by correctly Answering 9 out of 10 questions on the monthly Age-Specific Post Test, after reading Growing Up With Us…
  • Evaluates the safety of the patient environment and safety equipment, orders equipment as needed, and updates the plan of care accordingly.
  • Other duties as assigned

ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Minimum Required Education: Bachelor’s degree in nursing from an accredited four-year college or university – or – Associate’s degree with at least 3 years of clinical experience with some supervisory experience
  • Preferred Education: N/A
  • Minimum Required Experience: At least one year of experience if an RN does not hold a Bachelor’s degree
  • Preferred Experience: N/A

Required Licenses/Certifications/Mandatory Health/Safety:

  • Must possess a current nursing license from the state of California
  • Must possess proof of educational qualifications.
  • Must possess a valid California State Driver’s License.
  • Must maintain car insurance as required by Agency policy.
  • CPR and First Aid Training as required for all ADHC staff, per Title XXII.
  • Required inoculations upon hire and then annually as appropriate – TB, Flu, MMR, Chicken Pox
  • Requires driving, a clean driving record
  • Requires defensive driving course every three (3) years
  • Prior to hiring Collabria Care conducts a background check

Job Type: Part-time

Director of Hospice and Palliative Programs

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

  • Provides leadership in planning, assessing, implementing, evaluating, and developing hospice care.
  • Oversees coordination of patient/family care provided by all staff in all care settings.
  • Oversees *Administers/Directs* coordination of the admission process including pre-screening of referrals and admissions; Serves as a resource person to admitting staff.
  • Service as a chairperson of the Hospice Interdisciplinary Patient Care Meetings. Assists in developing, coordinating and authorizing care plans to ensure quality care and adherence to Hospice standards.
  • Interviews, selects, orients, and ensures ongoing professional development of department Managers and staff; Evaluates work performance and recommends salary adjustment; Provides staff coaching and disciplinary action as appropriate.
  • Assists with the development, evaluation, and revision of educational materials and in services.
  • Ensures overall quality of Hospice Program; Meets all regulations with quality assurance/continuous quality monitoring of accurate staff documentation, chart review, and audit activities.
  • Collaborates with the President & CEO in the development and monitoring of the program, procedures, and protocols.
  • Serves as a resource person including correct and accurate interpretation of the Hospice Medicare Benefits for communication to the Hospice Team, in-home care agencies, contract care providers, the medical community and patient/family members.
  • Maintains high personal standards of professional practice; Promotes high standards of professional practice among the nursing staff and other members of the interdisciplinary team; Serves as a model in directing and implementing planned organizational change.
  • Plans and conducts monthly staff meetings, updating staff on reimbursement issues, productivity, policy and procedures, and clinical topics.
  • Responsible for the overall supervision of the electronic medical records program to teach, supervise, and support all clinical staff.
  • Other duties as assigned
  • Minimum Required Education: Bachelor’s degree (B.S.) from a four-year college or university including an educational program approved for community health nursing by National League for Nursing; or three years related experience and/or training including one year as a Registered Nurse in Hospice.
  • Minimum Required Experience: N/A
  • Preferred Experience: Previous supervisory experience preferred
  • Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
    Broad knowledge of the principles of nursing, home health, and hospice care and the ability to apply them; Good teaching skills, ability to adapt teaching methods to each individual’s capabilities and recognize if materials or skills are not understood; Ability to supervise professional personnel; Thorough knowledge of Hospice Medicare regulations; Thorough knowledge of patient care standards for terminally ill patients; Sound clinical judgment is required; decision making is required in such areas as caseload management employee performance; High level of independence and latitude; Ability to manage daily operations and activities; Ability to balance the sensitivity, awareness for care of the terminally ill with the realities of budget and utilization management; Must be computer literate to teach and troubleshoot for the electronic medical records Allscripts program.

Community Health Worker 
Dementia Capable Napa County

Collabria Care – Napa, CA

Job Description

1. Collaborates and works effectively with the Implementation Team (I&A Coordinator, ADCRC Program Manager, and MSW) to meet the deliverables of the Dementia Capable Napa County grant.
2. Works with I&A Coordinator to provide culturally appropriate resource information and services to non-Latino and Latino individuals, their families and caregivers. And develops an Individual Plan of Care for them to ensure they get the services and resources they need; along with administering the Quality of Life in Alz. Disease measures as a pre-assessment.
3. Identifies opportunities to broaden access and reduce barriers externally and internally to Collabria Care programs and services in order to provide effective and culturally sensitive care to Latino and non-Latino patients and their families
4. Collaborates with local organizations to identify educational opportunities and expand Collabria Care services to the entire community
5. Works with I&A Coordinator to provide services based on IPC, documenting in progress towards plan of care- including administering the QOL-AD semi-annually as a post-assessment for all individuals with an IPC.
6. Provides resource coordination for Day Program patients and caregivers including referral to appropriate community organizations and provides advocacy and follow-up support to maximize utilization of services: such as Meals on Wheels, transportation services, IHSS paperwork, etc.
7. Assists Day Program social workers with contacting individuals in their home in accordance with outreach/contact protocol and conduct an assessment, which may include living arrangements, health status, community support needs etc. using the CC’s Day Program Interdisciplinary Assessment tool, and make recommendations for referrals and services.
8. Promotes health literacy by providing simple health education community presentations to the entire community: Collabria Care programs and services; advance care planning, grief support
9. Supports Advance Care Planning conversations with patient/family by providing interpretation for monolingual Latino patients/families.
10. Documents all direct services, arranged services and consultations in a timely manner according to established agency policy and format- including entering data on all individuals reached into TurboTAR or established DCNC spreadsheets.
11. Participates in specific Day Program IDT activities (as appropriate) and/or weekly Implementation Team meetings.
12. Works with the ADCRC Program Manager to participate in community outreach activities including consultations, workshops, health fairs, etc.; Tracks number of events, persons served and services provided (community education, referral, etc.)
13. Assists in monitoring effectiveness of outreach activities- working with the ADCRC Program Manager to conduct 6-month post-assessment electronically.
14. Works with ADCRC Program Manager, MSW and I&A coordinator to make appointments, enter appointment data, and visit the work/volunteer site of individuals (gatekeepers) with frequent contact with community members to provide coaching and small group training.
15. Promotes integration of culturally appropriate communication and practices; assists in developing cultural awareness for staff and volunteers.
16. Provides translation services as needed for Spanish-speaking participants/families for both Day Program staff sand I&A Manager; participates in the creation or revision of culturally appropriate Spanish language resource materials as requested.
17. Maintains positive relationships with outreach and referral sources; demonstrates competency in articulating philosophy and eligibility requirements of Collabria Care programs and services;
18. Monitors expenses incurred in delivery of outreach responsibilities keeping within budgetary guidelines; submits copies of receipts with reimbursement requests.
19. Provides other related job duties as assigned.

OTHER DUTIES
Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, or changes at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.

Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $21.00 to $23.30 /hour

Minimum Required Education:
High school graduate or equivalent
Preferred Education: AA degree in health or human services related field preferred

Minimum Required Experience:
Bilingual/bicultural in Spanish
Preferred Experience: One year health education experience with Spanish speaking population

 

Alzheimer’s Daycare Resource Center Program Manager

Collabria Care – Napa, CA

Job Description

  1. Works with Program Director and implementation team to meet the objectives established in the Dementia-Capable grant.
  2. Seeks grant opportunities and participates in grant writing opportunities in coordination with the Development and Community Relations Director.
  3. Models a customer service attitude towards others takes ownership in solving problems and takes initiative to improve situations.
  4. Provides referral to outside resources and assists with counseling when applicable.
    In assisting with community outreach, professionally represents the Center’s program to the community and provides education, family consultation and information to potential participants and referral sources.
  5. Coordinates volunteer activities with the support of Activities Coordinator, and recruits/manages volunteers to meet the Program’s strategic goals.
  6. Applies the theory of good body mechanics to job performance.
  7. Stays current in Alzheimer’s disease management, and management of issues relevant to participants, and demonstrates continuing growth in position through education, in-service, and attendance at staff meetings.
  8. Develops, coordinates and monitors the ADCRC program, in accordance with the needs of the participants served; to assure the provision of effective services that assist participants to maintain or restore the optimal capacity for self-care, utilizing behavior management techniques, which increase/maintain social skills, and enhances self-esteem.
  9. Monitors all ADCRC support services for quality and effectiveness such as caregiver support groups, information and referral, counseling, professional consultations and training, and caregiver education and training.
  10. Stays informed on ADCRC issues and regulations as well as other changes in the health care environment.
  11. Contributes to community outreach efforts through various efforts, such as:
    1. Oversees Mind Boosters, a community outreach program.
    2. Coordinates efforts of NVAC, an advisory group.
    3. Participate in fund-raising efforts, such as the Silent Auction.

OTHER DUTIES
Duties and responsibilities may be added, deleted, or changes at any time at the discretion of management, formally or informally, either verbally or in writing.

Job Type: Full-time

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or
ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE:

1. Bachelor’s degree in the field of social work or related field, or professional in gerontology with demonstrated competence in working with frail elderly, disabled adult populations and persons with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias, who reside within the community.

2. A minimum of two (2) years of demonstrated experience in the methods of administration, management, organization, program development, and personnel management.

LANGUAGE SKILLS:

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
Positive and affirming telephone speaking manners.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:

Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide into all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.

REASONING ABILITY:

Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

 

Community Health Worker
Dementia Capable Napa County

Collabria Care – Napa, CA

Job Description

  1.  Collaborates and works effectively with the Implementation Team (I&A Coordinator, ADCRC Program Manager, and MSW) to meet the deliverables of the Dementia Capable Napa County grant.
  2. Works with I&A Coordinator to provide culturally appropriate resource information and services to non-Latino and Latino individuals, their families and caregivers. And develops an Individual Plan of Care for them to ensure they get the services and resources they need; along with administering the Quality of Life in Alz. Disease measures as a pre-assessment.
  3. Identifies opportunities to broaden access and reduce barriers externally and internally to Collabria Care programs and services in order to provide effective and culturally sensitive care to Latino and non-Latino patients and their families
  4. Collaborates with local organizations to identify educational opportunities and expand Collabria Care services to the entire community
  5. Works with I&A Coordinator to provide services based on IPC, documenting in progress towards plan of care- including administering the QOL-AD semi-annually as a post-assessment for all individuals with an IPC.
  6. Provides resource coordination for Day Program patients and caregivers including referral to appropriate community organizations and provides advocacy and follow-up support to maximize utilization of services: such as Meals on Wheels, transportation services, IHSS paperwork, etc.
  7. Assists Day Program social workers with contacting individuals in their home in accordance with outreach/contact protocol and conduct an assessment, which may include living arrangements, health status, community support needs etc. using the CC’s Day Program Interdisciplinary Assessment tool, and make recommendations for referrals and services.
  8. Promotes health literacy by providing simple health education community presentations to the entire community: Collabria Care programs and services; advance care planning, grief support
  9. Supports Advance Care Planning conversations with patient/family by providing interpretation for monolingual Latino patients/families.
  10. Documents all direct services, arranged services and consultations in a timely manner according to established agency policy and format- including entering data on all individuals reached into TurboTAR or established DCNC spreadsheets.
  11. Participates in specific Day Program IDT activities (as appropriate) and/or weekly Implementation Team meetings.
  12. Works with the ADCRC Program Manager to participate in community outreach activities including consultations, workshops, health fairs, etc.; Tracks number of events, persons served and services provided (community education, referral, etc.)
  13. Assists in monitoring effectiveness of outreach activities- working with the ADCRC Program Manager to conduct 6-month post-assessment electronically.
  14. Works with ADCRC Program Manager, MSW, and I&A coordinator to make appointments, enter appointment data, and visit the work/volunteer site of individuals (gatekeepers) with frequent contact with community members to provide coaching and small group training.
  15. Promotes integration of culturally appropriate communication and practices; assists in developing cultural awareness for staff and volunteers.
  16. Provides translation services as needed for Spanish-speaking participants/families for both Day Program staff sand I&A Manager; participates in the creation or revision of culturally appropriate Spanish language resource materials as requested.
  17. Maintains positive relationships with outreach and referral sources; demonstrates competency in articulating philosophy and eligibility requirements of Collabria Care programs and services;
  18. Monitors expenses incurred in delivery of outreach responsibilities keeping within budgetary guidelines; submits copies of receipts with reimbursement requests.
  19. Provides other related job duties as assigned.

Job Type: Part-time

Minimum Required Education: High school graduate or equivalent

Preferred Education: AA degree in health or human services related field preferred

Minimum Required Experience: Bilingual/bicultural in Spanish

Preferred Experience:  One year of health education experience with Spanish speaking population 

Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Proficient in written and verbal English and Spanish language skills; Effective interpersonal skills for communicating health information to clients and families in Spanish with sensitivity and respect; Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with partners and volunteers; maintain flexibility and work with community/agency resources; Ability to effectively present information in small and large group setting; Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and  maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals; Ability to write routine reports and correspondence; Positive and affirming telephone speaking manners; Proficient in written and verbal English and Spanish language skills.

 

Activities Coordinator/Person-Centered Care Lead (Day Program)

Location: 
Napa, CA

Job type
Full-time

Job Description:

1. Participates in initial and continued assessment of the participant’s needs for the development of the individual plan of care by the interdisciplinary team

2. Along with the Program Coordinator, meets with interdisciplinary team to give input into the development of individualized treatment plans: Provides activity therapy consultation input to the team and individual staff members as indicated

3. In conjunction with the Program Coordinator, assists in planned recreational and social activity program with other Center services in a cooperative and effective manner

4. Assists in the development of the monthly activity calendar

5. Assists Program Coordinator in documenting participant’s progress on flow sheets and in team progress notes in a timely manner

6. Individualizes activities so that the activity emphasizes participants strengths rather than deficits; Ensures that each participant has time to engage in meaningful activities that reflect participant choices and needs

7. Ensures principles of PCC related to person, program and experience are implemented

8. Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • Minimum Required Education: Have equivalent of a high school diploma
  • Minimum Required Experience: N/A
  • Preferred Experience: Preferably a minimum of (1) year experience working in healthcare setting with frail elderly and disabled adults
  • Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:Remains calm in an environment with many demands, frequent changes and interruptions; Knowledge of recreational and social activities; Ability to be flexible, and adjust readily to change; Must have adequate written and verbal English language skills; Demonstrated skill and ability to establish effective working relationships with other professionals and the community as indicated; Must have mental and physical health sufficient to meet the demands of the position; Must be able to set priorities and organize own workload under direction
  • Required Licenses/Certifications/Mandatory Health/Safety:
  • Must possess proof of educational qualifications.
  • Must possess a valid California State Driver’s License.
  • Must maintain car insurance as required by Agency policy.

Applicant Qualifications
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  • How many years of Healthcare experience do you have?
  • What is the highest level of education you have completed?
  • Do you have the following license or certification: Driver’s License?
  • Do you speak English?

Job Settings
Hires Needed: 1
Expected Hiring Date: 3 to 7 days

Language
English

Additional Job Details
Pay Frequency: Bi weekly or Twice monthly

Apply by email: CCCareers@collabriacare.org

Physical Therapist (Part Time)

Salary: $24.00 per hour

 Job Type: Part-time

 Job Description:

-Participates in initial and continued assessment of the participant’s needs for the development of the individual plan of care by the interdisciplinary team

-Meets with interdisciplinary team to develop individualized treatment plans and provides physical therapy consultation to the team and individual staff members

-Coordinates the physical therapy program with other Collabria Care services and activities in a cooperative, effective manner

-Prescribes/recommends ambulation aides and other physical therapy equipment for participant use and assistance

-Accurately records participant’s progress on flow sheets and progress notes in a timely manner

-Recommends, as appropriate, individual exercise programs designed to improve, restore and/or generally maintain physical functioning

-Serves as a consultant to participants regarding physical therapy equipment maintenance and repair

-Develops physical therapy maintenance program appropriate for participants in order to prevent further deterioration

-Provides and documents instruction and guidance to Registered Nurse Supervisor and to Therapy Aide for carrying out program

-Documents changes in physician’s orders; Submits written additional orders in a timely manner: Documents communication: Coordinates with other team members

-Stays current in physical therapy trends and management of issues relevant to participants

-Ensure continuing growth in position through education, in-service, and attendance at staff meetings

-Other duties as assigned

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  • How many years of therapy experience do you have?
  • What is the highest level of education you have completed?
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  • Are you willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations?