Your Passion: Home Health Aide
Who We Are: Snowline is a non-profit organization serving the western slope of El Dorado County and the Greater Sacramento Region. For over 40 years, our deep roots in the community have allowed us to foster a strong network of local resources and partnerships. We have built a strong reputation of excellence by providing personalized, compassionate, high-quality care tailored to the needs of each patient and family. At Snowline Hospice, our core values guide everything we do. We value teamwork, contribution, service and excellence. We are a team of dedicated, dynamic professionals committed to providing the highest level of care which continues to be reflected in our exemplary patient satisfaction surveys and quality measures.
Commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging: Snowline is committed to creating a workplace that is diverse, equitable, inclusive, and fosters a sense of community. We are committed to providing exemplary, culturally competent care for our patients. At Snowline, we approach our work with sensitivity and compassion, and we strive to create a safe and supportive environment for every member of our team.
Why Choose Us:
$5,000 hiring bonus*
Comprehensive Wellness Benefits Packages: We offer a robust benefits package that includes medical, dental, and vision insurance, as well as life insurance, and 401k plan with a generous employer match
Paid Time Off: At Snowline Hospice, we believe that employee’s self-care is essential to providing superior care for our patients. We offer expansive paid time off, including vacation time, sick leave, and holiday pay.
Continuing Education and Training: We offer ongoing education and training opportunities including our Snowline Scholars Program which offers full-time staff tuition reimbursement for continuing education relevant to their work within the organization.
Flexible scheduling: We offer flexible scheduling options, including part-time and full-time positions, as well as day, evening, and weekend shifts.
Team Building: We are committed to maintaining a positive, collaborative workplace culture which prioritizes team building and joy through employee events, recognition and celebration of each other.
Employee Assistance Program: As part of our commitment to supporting a trauma informed workplace and overall organization wellness, we offer an employee assistance program (EAP). EAP offers confidential counseling and support services for personal and work-related issues.
Market Benchmarked Salaries: As a non-profit provider, we conduct regular market benchmarking salary surveys of comparable organizations to ensure our salaries remain both fiscally responsible and competitive. Pay Range: $20.50-$28.35
To coordinate and provide care to our hospice patients
To calm, soothe and empathize with the strong emotions our patients and families are experiencing
To participate with a team of healthcare professionals in superior level of care for each patient
To address personal care needs and promote patients’ comfort needs
Collaborate on cases, involvement in interdisciplinary meetings, training and development and other organizational activities
Assist with observing the patient along with documenting care
Your Experience and Education:
- Certified Home Health Aide issued by the State Department of Public Health preferred and
- Certified Nursing Assistant Certificate issued by the State Department of Public Health required
- Current BLS/CPR certification
- One year aide and hospice experience preferred
- Possession of a valid California Driver's License, access to a reliable automobile and minimum car insurance coverage
- Excellent observation, problem solving, verbal and written communication skills
- Demonstrated ability to efficiently use a computer, prior electronic medical record (EMR) experience preferred
- Open to an occasional flexible schedule to work evenings or weekends
- Reliable transportation and comfort travelling throughout service area