EMPLOYMENT DESCRIPTIONS

At Life Fountain Home Healthcare, we believe in providing patients with high quality home care services that are tailored to suit their needs. Our job means a lot to us - we’re aware of the positive impact we can make on the lives of our patients, and this is why we do what we do! We’re constantly looking to expand our efforts in the greater Minneapolis/St. Paul area, and we’re seeking compassionate caregivers to join our team. Join us today and be a part of a team that knows what it means to provide exceptional service.

PERSONAL CARE ASSISTANT (PCA)

HOMEMAKER

 PCA's assist with the day-to-day activities in the home which include providing assistance with daily living, health-related tasks, procedures and helping redirect and improve their behavioral needs.

 

Some activities and needs the people we serve may need based off the individuals care plan may include:

  • Dressing

  • Bathing

  • Feeding

  • Transfers

  • Hygiene 

  • Etc. 

Do you enjoy helping people organize and maintain a clean home and assisting with household activities, then Homemaking is your calling. Some general activities that our staff will be assisting in may include:



  •  Arranging Transportation

  • Laundry

  • Meal Preparation

  • Shopping for household supplies

  • Simple Household Repairs

INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS

IN-HOME FAMILY SUPPORT (IHFS)

Is helping the people we serve  maintain and improve their community-living skills an experience or trait that you have, which may include:

  • Building Communication Skills

  • Assisting in Community Living and Mobility

  • Interpersonal Skills

  • Focusing on Self Care

  • Building sensory/motor development involved in acquiring functional skills.

 Do you enjoy providing assistance to the people we serve and their family in their home  to develop and improve home related skills such as:



  • Bed-making and household chores

  • Eating and preparation of food

  • Personal grooming and cleanliness

  • Social and Adaptive Skills

  • Health, safety and wellness

  • Household Management

SEMI INDEPENDENT LIVING SKILLS (SILS)

RESPITE

Do you have experience in assisting individuals to live successfully in the community? Are you interested in supporting someone as they learn new skills? Do you value helping someone reaching their goals in the following areas:


  • Manage money , prepare meals and shop with assistance

  • Engage in activities and be more active in their community

  • Obtain and maintain their home

  • Learn and exercise the right and responsibilities of community living

Do you enjoy outings in the community and assisting the people we serve  experience new things based off the type of Respite care the person we serve may need such as:



  • Out-of-home respite

  • In-home respite

  • Assisting in relieving the primary care giver of their duties

  • Outings into the community

Homework Help

ICLS

Is advocating for the people we serve  your calling and assisting them in building and achieving their life long goals  something you enjoy and helping build confidence in their decision making such as:

  • Active cognitive support

  • Adaptive Support Services

  • Activities of daily living (ADLs)

  • Household Management

  • Health, safety and wellness

  • community engagement 

PERSONAL SUPPORT

Personal Support

Is interaction and building relationships something you enjoy learning or have experience in, that would benefit or help the people we serve which may include:


  • Accessing community services

  • Establishing new relationships and nurturing existing ones

  • Participating in community activities of the persons choosing

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SUPPORTIVE EMPLOYMENT

Is helping build resources and support for the people we serve find and keep paid employment in their community an interest or an experience you have, which may include assisting in:


  • Individual job development and job placement

  • Long-term support to help the person keep his/her job

  • Supervision and monitoring of the person's job performance

  • Training on position-specific skills required  for their position

EMPLOYMENT EXPLORATION

Is building employment skills and organization something you enjoy  in assisting the people we serve such as:


  • Learning about job opportunities 

  • Building work experience 

  • Education visit's to community businesses to learn about various employment opportunities 

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EMPLOYMENT DEVELOPMENT

Is helping achieve competitive work skills and using them in the field with the people we serve  a skill you have and can assist in such as:


  • Supporting the people we serve in their new employment journey

  • Searching for employment that meets the people we serve skills

  • Help and negotiate and finalizing terms of employment

  • Development and completing job resumes and applications

CASE MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT OPENINGS

CASE MANAGERS

Now Hiring

If you're serious about your next job, Life Fountain is a great place to get ahead. Join our team to assist individuals in reaching their goals and independence. Life Fountain is looking for a Case Manger that is compassionate, organized, and professional to serve individuals with disabilities, mental health needs, and the elderly, by developing care plans, visiting the person in their home to ensure their needs are meet, and to train, evaluate, and oversee the staff who work with these individuals.


This is the opportunity you've been looking for!  


Responsibilities

  1. Coordinate and facilitate care through assessment, evaluation, planning, and implemetation

  2. Communicate the individual’s needs to a variety of support team members and follow up accordingly

  3. Work collaboratively with individuals, families, direct support staff, and nurses to ensure high quality care

  4. Train staff on the individual’s care plan and facilitate staffing needs  


Qualifications

  • Registered nurse, Licensed social worker, Mental health professional, or Baccalaureate degree or Associate degree in Psychology, Sociology, Human Development, Social Services, or other field related to human services

  • 1-2 years full-time work experience providing direct care services to persons with disabilities or persons age 65 and older

  • Proficient computer skills, including experience with Microsoft Excel

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Excellent organization and analytical skills

  • Bilingual (Spanish-English preferred)

  • Pass a DHS background study


Flex hours, paid training, mileage reimbursement, PTO, paid holidays, dental and medical insurance available.

APPLY NOW!

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