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Racine Office Job Openings

Society's Assets Inc. prides itself on providing an excellent work environment for our employees!  We offer a competitive salary and benefits program.

 

Full Time Lead Caregiver

 

Society’s Assets has an excellent opportunity for a fulltime Home Care Bench Aide for the Racine Office.  Primary responsibility is to provide personal care services to consumers in their home and mentor/train new and existing Personal Care Workers.  Participation in an on-call rotation, including after hours and weekends is required.  Must be flexible to do shifts before and after regular business hours when necessary. 

 

Qualifications:  Two or more years experience in home care or related field.  Excellent verbal and written communications skills.  Must possess leadership skills to demonstrate knowledge and provide instruction on company policies and procedures to a new employee.  Must have reliable vehicle at all scheduled times and maintain proper auto insurance coverage.  Certified Nursing Assistant preferred. 

 

Society's Assets prides itself on an excellent working environment for our employees along with a competitive salary and benefits program!

 

Join a great team at the Racine Office!


 

Home Care Clerical Coordinator

The Home Care Clerical Coordinator will assist the Home Care Supervisor Team on all non-nursing related duties.

A high school diploma plus clerical, secretarial and computer (Windows and Excel) experience is preferred.  Excellent telephone, written and verbal communication skills.  Must be able to work effectively as part of a team, as well as independently.  Experience in home care and medical terminology is preferred.

Essential Job Functions:

All duties related to the processing of all time sheets per nurse caseload for final nurse approval to include:

Investigate late time sheets and create a log for all current consumers.

Investigate time sheet corrections with aides, consumers and other staff.

Accurately recording and filing documents in consumer charts in a timely manner.

Maintain consumer charts, including year-end chart closings.

Forward Health Portal verifications on consumers.

Miscellaneous clerical duties (filing, typing, special projects, etc).       

Must be willing and able to assist at other offices as needed.

All other duties as assigned by Lead Home Care Clerical Coordinator.

Please email cover letter and resume or call:

Ruth Ann Zwiefelhofer
HR Project Manager

ruthannz@sai-inc.org
262-637-9128


Disability Benefits/Representative Payee Part-Time

Responsibilities include providing financial management of benefits:  manage budgets, pay monthly bills, set up spending, and provide advocacy services to assist in decision-making regarding budget and benefits.  Provide consultations and written reports analyzing benefits and work incentive programs.

Bachelor's degree, plus two or more years experience working with persons with disabilities.  Must have working knowledge of disability benefits systems; entitlements, subsidies, vouchers and work incentive programs for persons receiving benefits (Social Security, Supplemental Security Income, Medicare/Medicaid, Family Care, housing subsidies, etc.).  Prior experience working with accounting or financial programs. Strong communication, customer service and problem solving skills required.  

Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. 

Please email cover letter and resume or call:

Ruth Ann Zwiefelhofer
HR Project Manager

ruthannz@sai-inc.org
262-637-9128


Personal Care Workers

The Personal Care Worker is responsible for providing personal care services to consumers in their home. These services support our mission to assist persons with disabilities to live independently. Primary job functions include, but are not limited to: bathing, dressing, toileting, light housekeeping, meal preparation and simple transfers.

Society's Assets accepts applications from individuals who have no experience providing personal care services but have the desire and commitment to be a caregiver.  Society's Assets will provide hands-on, individualized training to eligible applicants.

Qualifications include:

  • Experience in providing personal care services to others or capability to receive training to be a caregiver.
  • Ability to follow a written plan of care and work under the supervision of a Home Care Supervisor.
  • Must be caring and kind with a passion to help others.
  • Possess a high level of honesty and dependability.
  • Background checks including criminal background, references and interviews are completed on all qualified applicants before consideration for employment.

Please email cover letter and resume or call:

Nicky Conley
Assistant Human Resources Manager
nconley@societysassets.org
262-637-9128


Certified Nursing Assistants

A Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is a trained para-professional who provides supportive nursing services to consumers in their home.  These services support our mission to assist persons with disabilities to live independently.  The CNA will provide assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, etc. including medical necessary services such as ostomy care, catheter care and bowel program.

Qualifications include:

  • Must be current and in good standing on the Wisconsin Nurse Aide Registry.
  • Ability to follow a written plan of care and work under the supervision of a Registered Nurse.
  • Must be caring and kind with a passion to help others.
  • Possess a high level of honesty and dependability.
  • Background checks including criminal background, references and interviews are completed on all qualified applicants before consideration for employment.

Please email cover letter and resume or call:

Nicky Conley
Assistant Human Resources Manager
nconley@societysassets.org
262-637-9128

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