Live-In Caregiver

Community South Jordan, United States


Description

Serving clients in your neighborhood throughout Salt Lake and Utah counties, Homespire brings a new, fresh whole person approach to senior care with a life care model that is designed to keep people healthy and living fuller, more independent lives while significantly reducing emergency room and hospital visits.

This means our team gets to inspire lives by focusing not on just the medical/episodic care but everything that makes a person feel human – the holistic, person-centric experience they desire and deserve. Every role at Homespire gets to creatively address the social determinants of health that are increasingly recognized as major factors in improving outcomes. 

We are not interested in hiring just anyone. We are looking for the right people who want to help us advance this model of care in Utah and within the Intermountain health system to change the experience people face. Homespire CEO, Joel Theisen, BSN said, “This model is about rethinking the overall delivery of care for our aging population and surrounding them with a community of people who advocate and anticipate their needs using a whole person approach so we can prevent or minimize health crisis.”

Are you ready to advance your healthcare career and be part of an innovative company on the cusp of changing healthcare? Work alongside talented, creative people who want to fulfill their passion for nursing, caregiving, staffing, corporate, workforce, etc. within a strong company of top team performers, and an unwavering commitment to changing the experience for people in healthcare? Explore what we have to offer – we can’t wait to meet you so we can inspire lives together.

 

Location

Salt Lake, and Utah County 

Schedule Type

Live-in schedule for 3-10 days at a time

Hours Per Week

20-40

Work Schedule

Live-in schedule with personal living space and meals + scheduled days off

Position Summary

The Caregiver is a member of the home care team who works under the supervision of a registered nurse and performs various personal care services as necessary to meet the client’s needs. The Caregiver is responsible for observing clients, reporting these observations and documenting observations and care performed. The Caregiver will be assigned to clients in a manner that promotes quality, continuity and client safety.

Functions and Responsibilities

  • Honors Client Confidentiality, Rights, Privacy, and Reporting Maltreatment Expectations
  • Be able to demonstrate competency in all areas of training for personal care
  • Maintain a minimum of six hours of in-service per year
  • Assists clients with the following activities
  • Self-administration of medications by reminding the client to take medications, and opening containers for the client
  • Housekeeping
  • Personal grooming and dressing
  • Eating and meal preparation
  • Oral hygiene and denture care
  • Toileting and toilet hygiene
  • Arranging for medical and dental care including transportation to and from the appointment
  • Taking and recording oral temperatures
  • Administering emergency first aid
  • Providing or arranging for social interaction
  • Providing transportation
  • Documenting observations and services in the individual client record

Benefits

  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Manage your schedule with mobile app!
  • Medical and Dental Benefits for Full-Time employees
  • Retirement Benefits with Employer Contribution Matching Program
  • Referral Bonuses
  • Career Path to Staffing/Management/Leadership roles