Job Details & Application
On-Call Provider Posted on July 7, 2022
These part-time, temporary, on0call positions report to the On0Call Coordinator under the direct supervision of the Registry and On-Call Program Manager of the Public Authority. These postions involve responsibility for providing short-term, urgently needed personal care (assistance with feeding, bathing, lifting or transferring etc.) and domestic services ( cooking,shopping, etc.) to IHSS consumers under their direction and as authorized by the Public Aurthority in a safe, efficient manner. These services must be provided in accordance with accepted standards for home care providers. Work is provided as available and in response to requests by qualified consumers. There is no guarantee of a minimum number of hours of work per month. Providers may not work more than 8 hours a day or 4 hours a week.
Reporting Manager: On-Call Program Coordinator
Duties & Responsibilities
- Assistance with personal hygiene, grooming, feeding medical monitoring and health care related issues.
- Assistance with domestic services as specified under the IHSS authorized services.
- Ensure client safety and maintaining a safe envirornment.
- Reminding/assisting consumers with administering of medication.
- Ability to communicate with consumer and the staff of Public Authority .
- Ability to handle physical aspects of job, including bending,stooping, lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching and walking for a period of time.
- Lifiting and transferring of consumers using proper procedures.
- Planning meals, shopping for groceries, preparing and serving food/meals, feeding and cleaning up.
- Accompanying and transporting clients to scheduled appointments.
- Arrive for scheduled On-Call shifts on time and equipped with required supplies and safety equipment.
- Update schedule and availability with the Public Authority staff on monthly basis.
Skills & Qualifications
- 2+ years of Homecare and/or Hospice care expirience or listed as an 'expirienced" Independent Provider in the Public Authority Registry.
- Ability to obtain Fingerprint clearance with DOJ.
- Have completed Basic Home Care training course as required by the Public Authority.
- Have and maintain current CPR and FIrst Aid certification.
- Have proof of current TB Test (within one year) or X-Ray Verification (every three years) or provide Symptoms Review Letter (1st and 2nd year).
- Willing to serve a diverse group of consumers in all neighborhoods of San Francisco on a short-notice, intermittent, short-term or on-call basis.
- Ability to lift 45lbs.
People with Disabilities at the San Francisco IHSS Public Authority
The San Francisco In-Home Supportive Service Public Authority recognizes the value of having significant representation of people with disabilities in all units and at all levels of staff and management. For this reason, the Public Authority strongly encourages applications for employment from people with disabilities. To maximize flexibility related to benefits, the agency has adopted a "cafeteria" benefits plan. The Public Authority provides several health care plans and dental options for employees working 75% time or more. All employees with disabilities may request reasonable accommodation (as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act and California Department of Fair Employment and Housing Act.).
How to Apply
The San Francisco In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority is an Equal Opportunity employer. We actively seek applications from people with disabilities, seniors, women, and people of color.
To be considered for this position, upload your resumé and cover letter of no more than two pages to the PA Job Application page.