If you share our passion to assist our clients in remaining independent, at home; then AngelCare, Inc. Home Care may be the right company for you. I think one of our long time employees, Bobbi W, said it best: “Why be a caregiver when you can be an Angel?”
You can download our employment application by clicking here.
At AngelCare our Angel Team Members (Home Health Aides; Certified Nursing Assistants; Medical Assistants and Nursing Assistants) have an opportunity to make a difference in the world every day and every shift by providing care and services that enhance our client's quality of life.
In addition to contributing positively to people’s lives our Angel Team Members are paid and recognized for their hard work and dedication. AngelCare believes that providing programs that enhance employee appreciation and recognition is an integral part of our AngelCare Culture.
Because our owner has worked with clients in the field, she knows the expectations and challenges of providing quality home care, firsthand. Therefore, she has worked with key administrators and nurses to create employee programs that strengthen job satisfaction. If you share our passion for home care, AngelCare could be the right fit for you. Please feel free to fill out our job application.
ALL caregivers are expected to assist our clients with the following duties:
BATHING AND PERSONAL CARE:
Shower, Bed Baths, Sponge Bath, Full Bath Assistance/Supervised, Skin Care/Lotion & Bathroom Cleanup, Changing Briefs, Combing Hair, Oral Care, Shaving, etc.
Transferring with a Gait Belt, Hoyer Lift, and Normal Transferring
SHOPPING AND ERRANDS:
Must have dependable transportation, valid Driver’s License and maintain proof of current car insurance
Dr. Office Visits, Picking up Prescriptions, Errands, Beauty Appointments, Shopping, etc.
General Cleaning, Dusting, Vacuuming, Laundry, Floors, Beds, Ironing, Kitchens, Bathrooms, and more. Our goal is to meet and exceed our client's expectations.
Breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks, and meals for later consumption (food must always be prepared to the client's personal preferneces). Note: Special dietary restrictions need to be adhered to when aplicable (diabetic diet, rfenal diet, low sodium diet).
Time Reminders only. Caregiver cannot dispense medication.
General socialization, conversation, walks, games/puzzles, and other activities enhancing quality of life.
Respite Care, Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care, Hospice Care, Parkinson's Disease, Diabetics, Multiple Sclerosis, ALS (Amyotrphic Lateral Sclerosis), Cancer and recovery from surgery.
Please take time to consider your availability carefully, as your availability is used for hiring consideration and cannot be changed within the first 90 days of employment. Clients and case loads are assigned based on your availability and you are expected to service all clients assigned to you.
Minimum Standards: All AngelCare, Inc. employees are required to attend two mandatory in-service training sessions per year. Mandatory in-service sessions are usually held in the months of April and September.
If you feel you can meet all of the above job duties and requirements, please complete the application, forms, and tests. We would love to welcome you into our AngelCare Team, provided you can complete and pass all phases of our hiring process. You must present AngelCare with a current TB Test (within past year)."
AngelCare has the following benefits:
Mentoring Program – Goals of AngelCare, Inc.'s Mentoring Program:
To increase the skills and knowledge of caregivers.
To provide guidance and direction to new caregivers.
To help correct areas of need as they are identified.
Scrubs for Success
401 k plan
Women's Resource Center Huntington Pillar Awards honor workplaces that value women
March 08, 2010, 7:53AM
Octavian Cantilli | The Grand Rapids Press
Bobbi Wilson, left, is a community liaison and mentor and Paula Montes-Garcia is a home health aid at AngelCare Health Care Inc. AngelCare is one of three organizations that received an award for empowering women in the workplace.
GRAND RAPIDS -- As Paula Montes-Garcia helped an elderly man move and stretch his legs, he gave her a compliment that made her realize she'd found her calling.
"You have a very good touch, thank you," he said.
Two years ago, Montes-Garcia was referred by the Grand Rapids Women's Resource Center for a job at AngelCare Inc. Home Health Care. She was a single mother and rode the bus to clients' houses.
Montes-Garcia, 21, now owns a car and is working to get into the Grand Rapids Community College nursing program. She's thinking about training to be a physical therapist.
AngelCare is one of three employers to be honored by the Women's Resource Center for supporting their women employees.
A March 17 luncheon will recognize the three Huntington Pillar Award recipients: Grand Valley State University, the law firm Varnum Riddering Schmidt & Howlett and AngelCare.
Joyce Lovse, owner and founder of the Grand Rapids-based AngelCare, said employees are trained in skills such as performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and how to work with Alzheimer's patients.
The company also loans money to employees who need help with car repair, since having transportation is essential for them to reach their clients. There are also monthly employee appreciation days.
GVSU is being recognized for programs such as Work Life and its Women's Center that helps women succeed in their careers. Work Life links college employees with resources and referrals for services including child care, parenting, divorce, and financial and legal services.
Varnum, based in downtown Grand Rapids, was recognized for its flexible scheduling program that allows partners and attorneys to continue their career paths while working a reduced schedule.
AngelCare is proud to be one of the honorees for the 2010 Pillar Awards from the Women's Resource Center. This award is given to three companies per year and celebrates employers who empower women in the workplace. AngelCare proudly joins Grand Valley State University and Varnum law in this prestigious recognition. Congratulations GVSU and Varnum!
Event recap and photo gallery provided by the Grand Rapids Social Diary.