Caring, Inc.
  • 07-Dec-2022 to 09-Feb-2023 (EST)
  • NJ, USA
  • 29.50 per hour
  • Hourly
  • Full Time

BENEFITS • Personal Growth: There are opportunities to learn and build skills, professional development, career advancement, tuition assistance, and loan repayment programs • Outstanding Benefits: We offer competitive salaries, 401K, paid time off, medical and dental insurance.

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$1,000 SIGN-ON BONUS!!!!!


  • Performs physical examination of residents such as taking/recording temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, height and weight, and collection of specimens for lab analysis.
  • Completes specialized resident care and treatment such as Foley catheter care, tube feedings and care of feeding sites, insulin injections, tracheostomy care, colostomy care, douches, enemas, and application of dressing and binders etc.
  • Administers treatments and medications under physician orders.
  • Provides whatever assistance is required by residents to assure adequate standards of healthcare, medication administration, personal hygiene, proper nutrition, overall care, community involvement, participation in preferred activities, etc.
  • Completes household duties/chores, cooking, escorting and assisting clients for doctor's appointments, escorting clients on community activities.
  • Charts resident care and treatment measures, including documentation at least once per shift on the nursing notes for each resident.

JOB SUMMARY: Oversees and supervises and is responsible for the general operations of community residence. Supervises staff personnel to ensure the care and needs of all residents is satisfactory and sufficient in areas such as personal care, self-help and social training, recreation, financial training, cleanliness, etc. in order to maintain the physical, mental, emotional health and well-being of residents assigned to the facility; does related work as required.


At least ONE (1) YEAR of experience in the direct care of developmentally disabled children or adults.


  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Minimum age requirement of 18 years.
  • Possess or obtain a valid NJ driver's license for employee mobility as necessary to perform the essential duties of the position.


  • Assista Group Home Manager and Asst. manager in assigns, instructs, performs and supervises personnel in the personal care of residents to ensure physical well being, medical, dental, psycho/social needs, cleanliness, and safety.
  • Plans, organizes and assigns the work of the organizational unit and evaluates employee performance and conduct, enabling the effective recommendation of the hiring, firing, promoting and disciplining of subordinates.
  • Scheduling of staff working hours, to ensure all shifts are covered in accordance with NJAC 1040 Regulations and Letter of Intent for the residence. Must be able to provide coverage for those shifts not covered according to regulation.
  • Attend all I.H.P. meetings and oversee the implementation of IHP goals and continual skill training.
  • Purchase and/or secure vendors for the purchase of all food and household supplies.
  • Arrange for the repair of any breakdown within the facility.
  • Develops and carries out an effective safety program to eliminate accident hazards to residents and employees.
  • Supervises and takes the initiative in developing and carrying out recreation programs and suitable activities.
  • Schedules and supervises work assignments on each of the separate shifts. Responsible for staff adherence to state and CARING's policies and procedures.
  • Assists in developing and conducting in-service training programs for staff personnel.
  • Explains and interprets the rules, regulations, and customs of the company
  • Maintains petty cash fund.
  • Assumes responsibility for order and discipline of employees and refers those of a more serious nature to a supervisory official.
  • Receives visitors and escorts them in a courteous manner, responds to questions dealing with non-professional aspects of the organization and refers visitors to appropriate staff members for a response to inquiries of a professional nature.
  • Prepares concise information reports on program, activities, residents, and employees as required.
  • Maintains essential records and files.
  • Responsible for purchasing for CARING House and its' residents and for maintaining accurate records and documentation of all financial matters.


  • Knowledge of the training and psychological problems likely to be encountered in acting as the person in charge.
  • Knowledge of the techniques involved in training individuals with varying degrees of developmental disabilities and physical handicaps in areas of self-care and socially acceptable behavior to the limits of the residents' potential.
  • Knowledge of the physical, mental, and emotional needs of developmentally disabled persons and of the procedures and methods required to provide adequately for such needs.
  • Knowledge of the varied housekeeping, safety, and sanitation problems encountered in a home for developmentally disabled persons and of the procedures, methods, and equipment required for their solution.
  • Ability to develop and initiate general and specialized programs in the cottage setting designed to maintain adequate standards of personal care, safety, and emotional well being of developmentally disabled residents.
  • Ability to prepare effective work schedules and programs, give suitable assignments to individuals and groups and to supervise the performance of their work.
  • Ability to evaluate and assess behavior issues that may arise with clients. Ability to try and problem solve situations and refer to supervisory staff or case management as necessary.
  • Ability to supervise housekeeping routines.
  • Ability to resolve minor personnel problems.
  • Ability to assist in developing and supervising an effective in-service training program for employees.
  • Ability to interpret the institution's rules and regulations in a manner easily understood by employees and residents.
  • Ability to handle emergency and potentially dangerous situations, to take the prescribed measures necessary for the health, welfare, custody, and safety of residents, and to take and maintain a firm and correct stand when differences of opinion arise among residents or employees.
  • Ability to prepare accurate factual reports.
  • Ability to maintain essential records and files.
  • Ability to read, write, speak, understand or communicate in English sufficiently to perform the duties of this position.


  • 10 hour shift
  • 8 hour shift
  • Night shift
  • Overtime
  • Weekend availability
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Caring, Inc.
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