WE’RE CURRENTLY HIRING FOR:
Caregivers and Field Staff
We’re always looking for great caregivers to serve in the field. Caregivers assist indivduals with disabilities with “Activities of Daily Living” (ADL) including bathing, cooking, light housekeeping, and companionship services.
We value the work that our caregivers do each day, and we want to show our appreciation. Therefore, each caregiver working 30 hours or more per week may be eligible for the employment benefits listed below. To apply, complete the the application below via Docusign.
Administrative Office Positions
Our administrative positions are based in the Arlington, TX headquarter offices located off I-20 and Matlock Rd. Full-time employees are offered a range of benefits exceeding industry standards, and highly competitive pay. For additional questions, please email email@example.com.
Payroll Specialist: Under the direction of the Director of Finance, and in accordance with established policies and procedures, the Payroll Specialist is responsible for setting up and processing the payroll for Consumer Directed Services (CDS) clients. This includes timely preparation of all applicable federal, state, and program required reporting. Five years or more experience in a high-volume data entry environment. Proven experience as a payroll specialist or payroll manager. Very good knowledge of legislation and regulations of the field. Must be able to pass criminal background requirements of agency licensed by the HHSC. (See Full Job Description)
Billing Analyst: Under the direction of the Billing Director, and in accordance with established policies and procedures, the Billing Analyst II provides senior-level billing expertise/support to promote the agency’s billing collection, compliance, and accounts receivable efforts. The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable of insurance guidelines, charge entry, insurance verification, medical records, and will be familiar with CPT and ICD-10 codes. Data entry of patient demographics and records maintenance experience a plus. Must be proficient in Word, Excel, and entering data at high speed in a standard accounting-type database. Ability to maintain composure and work well with others in a high-volume environment. (See Full Job Description)
Personal Care Attendant Floater: Reporting to the Care Coordinator. For Home Health Purposes, provides direct patient care under the direction of the Care Coordinator and according to the Aide Plan of Care. This includes, but is not limited to assisting patients with safe transfers and ambulation per agency policy. Reporting and documenting pertinent information and care rendered to patients to ensure continuity of care. Complies with HIPAA, accepted infection and safety precautions, and all other requirements required by licensure. (See Full Job Description)
Personal Care Attendant Trainer: Reporting to the Care Coordinator, the PCAT provides supervisory support of Attendants to the Chief Programs Officer. May fill in initially or intermittently to provide care to clients as needed; assists in field orientation and training of attendants; and provides administrative support to the PAS Department as directed. For Home Health Purposes, provides direct patient care under the direction of the RN and according to the Aide Plan of Care. This includes, but it not limited to assisting patients with safe transfers and abulation per agency policy. Reporting and documenting pertinent information and care rendered to patients to ensure continuity of care. Complies with HIPAA, accepted infection and safety precautions and all other requirements required by licensure. (See Full Job Description)