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Available Positions

Description (All Locations)

Follows the plan of care to help the consumer to maintain good personal hygiene and maintain a
healthful, safe environment, is to perform ONLY those functions specified for each individual
consumer. Receives written instructions from the supervisor. Knowledge of Agency policies and procedures.

Is oriented and trained in all aspects of care to be provided to consumer with the following

  • Self-administration of medications for consumers who are competent to direct the care
  • Housekeeping
  • Personal care including grooming and dressing
  • Eating and meal preparation
  • Oral hygiene and denture care
  • Toileting and toilet hygiene
  • iADL assistance
  • Administering emergency first aid
  • Providing or arranging for social interaction

Documents observations and services in the individual consumer record. Providing transportation. Reports any change in the consumer’s mental or physical condition or in the home situation to
his/her immediate supervisor or Agency Manager.


Completion of at least the ninth grade. Preferably a high school diploma or equivalent

  1. Completed one of the following: Obtained a valid nurses license in PA; or
  2. Demonstrated competency by passing a competency exam developed by the home care
    agency which meets PA state regulation; or
  3. Completed one of the following:
    A: A training program developed by a home care agency, home care registry, or other
    entity which meets the requirements of PA regulation for training.
    B: A home health aide training program meeting the requirements of 42 CFR 484.36
    (relating to the conditions of participation; home health aide services).
    C: The nurse aide certification and training program sponsored by the PA Department of
    Education and located at www.pde.state.pa.us.
    D: A training program meeting the training standards imposed on the agency or registry by
    the agency’s or registry’s participation as a provider in a Medicaid Waiver or other publicly
    funded program providing home and community based services to qualifying consumers.
    E: Another program identified by the Department by subsequent publication in the
    Pennsylvania Bulletin or on the Department’s website.
  4. Must be free from health problems that may be injurious to consumer, self and coworkers
    and must present appropriate evidence to substantiate per agency policy.
  5. Must comprehend the basics of personal care, housekeeping, and meal preparation and
    successfully complete the competencies.
  6. Must understand and respect consumer’s including ethics and confidentiality or care.
  7. Must have a criminal check and other checks as required by PA regulation.
  8. Must have current CPR certification and First Aide.

Description (Cleaveland & Cincinnatti)

Performs a wide range of administrative and office support duties for the agency and/or
supervisors to facilitate an efficient operation of the organization.

  • Does all necessary copying and all necessary filing.
  • Completes special projects as assigned by supervisor for each department.
  • Drafts memos, correspondences, agendas and reports as required.
  • Inputs consumer and staff schedules on the computer and inputs new consumer and new
    employee information.
  • Maintains files for the agency.
  • Maintains confidentiality of all office and record information.
  • Upholds professional attitude while interacting with consumers and workers; provides excellent
    customer service.


  • Must be a high school graduate
  • Minimum of six months office experience.
  • Must possess typing and other clerical skills.
  • Must have a criminal check and other checks as required by PA regulation.

Description (Baltimore & Cincinnatti)

Assist in the coordination of consumer services under the direction of the Coordinator.

  • Answers phones. Receives all intake information for paraprofessional cases and enter the
    appropriate information in the computer.
  • Takes telephone referral information and passes along referrals as soon as possible.
  • Completes intake forms and route them appropriately for admission approval.
  • Assists in communication with consumers/families on home services worker related issues.
  • Handles matters related to staff and the consumer they serve, with the exception of issues that
    require professional/clinical judgment.
  • Communication on a routine basis with contract agencies to maintain smooth relations and to
    obtain needed information.
  • Documents and reports changes in consumer status, in-service requirements, in and employee
    staff assignment and in particular, any unsatisfactory performance.
  • Performs other duties as directed.
  • Screen potential consumers through promise to ensure eligibility
  • Set up Sweet Home presence at community location by using the pop-up table at every location,
    inside or outside.
  • Distribute promotional material to gain consumers.
  • Ability to work varied schedule including evenings and weekends.
  • Submits weekly schedule in advance for approval.
  • Maintains positive relationships with external partners.
  • Maintains at least one in office day to complete all necessary documentation and consumer follow
  • Attends at least two Marketing events monthly during event season (March – November).


  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Experience in a Home Care setting preferred.
  • Must be computer literate and able to maintain records.
  • Must be able to communicate in English effectively with all levels of agency staff and the community and referral sources.
  • Must have a criminal check and other checks as required by PA regulation.
  • Bilingual a plus
  • Outgoing personality and good communication skills.

Description (Cincinnatti)

  • Work collaboratively with the leadership team and facility management to provide superior
    human resource services to our employees and the facilities.
  • Support a broad range of human resource activities including employee engagement,
    employee benefits, training, payroll and maintenance of personnel files.
  • “Hands on” position that requires interaction and visibility with all levels of the
  • Proactive identification and resolution of issues related to variance between provider
    information and credentialing criteria.
  • Maintenance of knowledge of state and federal regulations.


  • Required 0-4 years of prior provider credentialing experience based on a combination of education and experience.
  • Required intermediate knowledge of PC applications, including Microsoft Office.
  • Required strong verbal and written communication skills and organizational skills.
  • Required ability to perform in a metrics-driven environment.
  • Preferred knowledge of basic Health Care, Managed Care principles, and Medical terminology.
  • Preferred Licenses, Registrations, or Certifications: Credentialing Specialist Certification Specialist.

Description (Cleaveland & Cincinnatti)

Is responsible for the coordination of consumer visits, maintenance and upkeep of scheduling
records and log books.  Case Management duties include the accurate and timely communication of scheduling changes between office and field staff.  Maintains a current consumer roster with necessary information. Updates log books and schedule sheets. Prepares weekly schedule for field staff and provides copies for distribution. Assists in coordinating services provided to consumers. Controls and monitors schedule changes. Checks compliance of visits done (on master schedule) after all notes are matched to charges, brings any scheduling problems to the supervisor’s attention immediately. Obtains weekly visit count and report results to the Supervisor.  Assists in relaying messages to field staff, office staff, and community liaisons.


  1. High School diploma or equivalent.
  2. Preferably a state licensed LPN with a Home Services Agency experience.
  3. One year experience as coordinator in home care or other related health field.
  4. Should be skilled organizer able to manage office files, log books, and staff schedules.
  5. Must possess light secretarial skill and have a polite telephone manner.
  6. Must have a criminal check and other checks as required by PA state regulation.

Description (Cleaveland & Cincinnatti)

The Administrator is a qualified full-time employee appointed by the Governing Body to administer, direct and coordinate all administrative and financial activities of the agency. Supervises the entire organizational operation. Plan, organize, direct and evaluate operations to ensure the provision of adequate and appropriate care and services. Comply with applicable laws and regulations. Undertake fiscal planning by budgeting and managing operations in accordance with established fiscal parameters. Implement governing body directives and ensure the implementation of organizational policies and procedures, as well as the development and implementation of appropriate service policies. Recruit, employ and retain qualified personnel to maintain appropriate staffing levels. Establish and maintain effective channels of communication, maintaining a liaison with the governing body. Ensure staff development including orientation, in-service education, continuing education and evaluation of staff. Direct and monitor organizational performance improvement activities. Assure appropriate staff supervision during all operating hours. Assure the development and qualifications of professional services and the assignment of personnel. Completes performance evaluations on subordinate staff in accordance with Agency policy. Plans, develops, implements administers and evaluates program. Assures appropriate staff supervision during all operating hours. Appoint a similarly qualified alternate to be available at all times during operating hours in the absence of the Agency Manager. Inform the governing body and staff of current organizational, community and industry trends.  Act as the agency Disaster Coordinator


  • A state licensed physician or state licensed registered nurse or health care professional with
    training and experience in health service administration and have at least one year of supervisory
    or administrative experience in home care, private duty, environmental support or related health
  • A Bachelor’s Degree in Health Administration or similar field of study is preferred.
  • Must meet initial ongoing educational requirements as stipulated by the state.
  • Must have a criminal background check and other checks required by PA regulation.


Description (Cleaveland & Cincinnatti)

Demonstrate good leadership, communication, and writing skills. Demonstrate proficiency in the use of
assessments to develop optimal level of patient care under physician orders. Enforce the policies and procedures of the agency. Follow state regulations set forth by the federal government. Follow state and federal laws as applicable and mandated.
Employee must be able to perform the following essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodations.
Demonstrate efficient teamwork with the staff.
Demonstrate competence in documentation of patient assessments.
Understand and perform the admission process plan of care.
Coordinates services and schedule patient visits.
Supervise HHA/DCW field staff as needed.
Perform Supervisory Visits and conduct 6 month Reassessments Visits as needed.
Provide in-service education per DON direction.
Follow state regulations.
Observe, assess, and thoroughly document patient symptom(s) and progress.
Perform the initial home care visit and re-evaluate patient needs and progress as needed.
Coordinate and monitor all patient care and services.
Complete paperwork timely and efficiently.
Maintain patient records according to policy and procedure.
Educate patients and caregivers on disease process, medications, plan of care, and treatment plans
according to the policy and procedure manual.
Follow infection control policy in and out of the office.
Provide quality care to patients in their homes according to policy and procedures.
Participate in the on-call phone schedule rotation.
Participate in and support quality improvement programs.
Notify your immediate supervisor of any change in the patient’s condition.
Discharge the patient from skilled nursing services when the discharge criteria have been met.
Conduct resumption of care visit within 24 hours of hospital discharge.
Provide onsite supervision of HHA/DCW.
Ensures DCW’s are competent to deliver services “with the proper equipment”
Provide all field staff with basic training
Provide basic training on how to perform a basic medical assessment.
Cover DCW/LPN shifts as needed.
Perform consumer retention visits as needed.


  • High School diploma or equivalent.
    State licensed LPN with a Home Healthcare Agency experience.
    One year experience in management in home care or other related health field.
    Should be skilled organizer able to manage office files, log books, and staff schedules.
    Must possess secretarial skill and have a polite telephone manner.
    Must have a criminal check and other checks as required by PA state regulation.
    Demonstrate good oral and written communication along with good documentation skills.

Description (All Locations)


·         Process all payroll information from timesheets for the accurate calculation and timely distribution of payments to all employees.

·         Run and monitor payroll processes as required in rotation within Payroll Team.

·         Research all pay and exceptions on error reports, edits, and queries making the necessary adjustments for accurate payment to employees.

·         Analyze and verify payroll information as required by supervisor.

·         Prepare and update excel spreadsheets as required.

·         Develop or update payroll department documented procedures.

·         Resolve employee problems when contacted by telephone or email.



·         High School diploma or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the key accountabilities of the job required

·         Associate's degree preferred

·         2-4 years payroll experience

·         Proficiency with Microsoft Excel A MUST

·         High degree of proficiency MS Office Suite, Outlook & Internet applications

·         Strong verbal and written communication skills (including analysis, interpretation, & reasoning)

·         Solid understanding and application of mathematical concepts

·         Ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with peers and colleagues across the organization, as well as, internal and external clients

·         Ability to work well autonomously and within a team in a fast-paced and deadline-oriented environment.

·         Ability to work with and influence peers and senior management

·         Self-motivated with critical attention to detail, deadlines and reporting

·         Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.

·         Ability to read, write, and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos

·         Ability to work overtime as necessary

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