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Japanese caregivers and senior in the field caregiverWho we are?

Self-Help for the Elderly promotes independence, well-being and dignity for older adults through culturally aligned services and programs in the San Francisco Bay Area. We envision a world where all elders have the respect, care, and support to lead dignified and vibrant lives.

Founded in 1966, each year we serve over 40,000 older adults in San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Alameda Counties by providing a compressive range of multicultural and multilingual services to empower seniors to help themselves and others. Over 90% of our clients come from low-income minority community.

What we do?

We currently have nine service departments specializing in Adult Day Services, Affordable Housing for Independent Seniors, Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly, Home Health Care Program, Hospice Care Program, Employment Training & Economic Development, Nutrition and Senior Centers, Social Services, and Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP).

Why Self-Help?

At Self-Help, we are firmly committed to the senior’s security, freedom, and peace of mind. If you enjoy working with seniors… if you believe in giving back to the community… if helping others makes you happy… come join us in making a difference together!

Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer

Self-Help for the Elderly is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmation Action Employer and we welcome diversity in the workplace. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, protected veteran status or any other characteristics protected by law. We participate in E-Verify.

San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance

Qualified applicants with criminal history will be considered for employment in accordance with the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance.

Americans with Disabilities Act

We may provide reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process, please email us at hr@selfhelpelderly.org or call (415) 677-7600 for special assistance.

Benefits Package:

We offer a comprehensive benefits package including a multiple range of medical and dental plans, commuter benefits, flexible benefits plan, retirement plan, paid time off, paid holiday, and etc.

We are seeking the following positions:
  • Administration

    Computer Instructor (Chinese, Russian or Spanish)
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Computer Instructor who is responsible for teaching seniors to use computers, smart devices, and the Internet at SF Connected Technology Labs throughout San Francisco and through virtual programming.
    • Essential Functions: Conducts training and workshops for seniors to learn to use computers, smart devices, and the Internet safely; answers computer and technology-related questions. Conducts classroom-style lectures with groups of students as needed. Prepares and maintains lab area, equipment, materials for training and workshops, and lab or virtual programming preparation. Operates and maintains audiovisual equipment; maintains computers in the lab; and assists students with using hardware and software.
    Project Assistant (Full-time or Part-time)
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Project Assistant who will support and assist with the overall management of the Mayor’s Office of Housing & Community Development (MOHCD) Westside Affordable Housing Development Capacity Building project to increase capacity for affordable housing development.
    • Essential Functions: Provide support with community events and outreach. Lead school-based workshops for grade school students and liaise with teachers and staff at public school sites. Staff community meetings and complete preparations for in-person events, including logistics and volunteer recruitment, training, and management.
  • Adult Day Services - ADS

    Social Work Assistant
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Social Work Assistant who is responsible for assessing the social, emotional, and economic needs of Adult Day Services’ participants and providing social services to meet these needs.
    • Essential Functions: Interviews and screens referrals to determine the general appropriateness of prospective participants for the full assessment process and adult day program participation; provides referrals for persons not appropriate for adult day services. Makes home visits to conduct intake and assessment; obtains all information needed to complete the enrollment process and completes the necessary paperwork. Coordinates transportation for potential participants to come in for the initial assessments by the Center’s multidisciplinary team; schedules the 3-day assessments with the potential participants upon approval of the transportation applications and receipt of physicians’ paperwork.
    Psychiatric Consultant
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Psychiatric Consultant who is responsible for providing counseling, consultation and training to staff and participants.
    • Essential Functions: Provides group counseling and one-on-one consultation as indicated by participants’ needs. Provides in-service training for staff on mental health-related topics. Acts as liaison with other members of the multidisciplinary team, family members and referral agencies regarding the release of psychiatric or psychological treatment information.
  • Employment Training & Economic Development

    Director of Program Development
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Director of Program Development who assists Director of Programs & Administration with designing, and building out new programs, and enhancing existing programs. Responsible for entire grant cycle: application, award, implementation, evaluation, and monitoring for program and fiscal compliance, ensuring all grant-funded programs and contracts meet their goals and are in compliance.
    • Essential Functions: Supports the development and implementation of new programs in the agency, from proposal phase to program development to program implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and compliance. Assists with recruitment, hiring, retention, and training and development of program services staff and overseeing operations relevant to programmatic functions. Assists with overseeing routine programmatic functions in the agency.
    Home Health Aide
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Home Health Aide who provides hands-on personal care to patients and assists with activities of daily living in order to maintain the patient’s health or to facilitate treatment of the patient’s comfort, illness or injury.
    • Essential Functions: Assists patients with personal care such as skin, mouth, and hair care and bathing. Assists patients with using bathroom, commode, bedpan or urinal. Assists patients with getting in and out of bed/chair and assist with ambulation. Assists patients with prescribed exercises that have been taught by appropriate licensed health care personnel. Performs other activities taught by a health care professional for a specific patient. These may include changing colostomy bags, changing of non-sterile dressings, taking of vital signs, and non-sterile bowel and bladder hygiene care.
    Career Advisor (NAP)
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Career Advisor responsible for providing employment counseling, case management, WIOA eligibility determination, certification and assessment, training, placement, and retention services to program participants.
    • Essential Functions: Provides employment and job counseling services and case management to program participants; works with participants to develop individual employment plans and to provide job readiness and job skills assessments. Identifies vocational training and employment opportunities for program participants and makes referrals accordingly; provides one-on-one and group-based assistance to participants; works closely with vocational training providers and instructors to ensure that programs run properly and satisfactorily; maintains participant database including training schedule, attendance, test results, progress reports and other required documents; conducts workshops and provides complementary services as needed.
    Caregiver
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Caregiver who performs non-medical Caregiver duties including companionship, housekeeping and personal care assistance to maximize the comfort of Self-Help for the Elderly clients.
    • Essential Functions: Provides companionship services to clients including: conversation, assistance with walking, preparing meals, running errands, accompanying to appointments and providing medication reminders and appointment reminders. Provides light Housekeeping including dusting, vacuuming, making beds, changing linens, doing laundry using appropriate cleaning agents and equipment.
  • HICAP – San Francisco

  • HICAP – San Mateo

    Community Outreach Coordinator
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Community Outreach Coordinator who is responsible for promoting greater awareness of Medicare benefits and HICAP services to Medicare beneficiaries and their families throughout the San Mateo County.
    • Essential Functions: Promotes greater awareness of HICAP services to Medicare beneficiaries and their families throughout the San Mateo County; develops and implements an outreach work plan in collaboration with the Program Manager. Responsible for coordinating outreach events and presentations with local businesses, community partners, civic clubs and congregations. Provides information and promotes utilization of HICAP services by maintaining an updated media kit. Identifies potential partners in media including special and minority media to reach underserved communities. Distributes Medicare and related outreach materials during outreach events; identifies the need for additional outreach materials in target communities (e.g. brochures, informational pamphlets, press releases, announcements, flyers, posters and signs) and assists with their development in appropriate languages.
  • Home Care and Hospice

    Bereavement Coordinator
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Bereavement Coordinator who is responsible to plan, implement, and maintain a bereavement program to meet the needs of families/caregivers from Self-Help for the Elderly for up to one (1) year following the death of the individual hospice patient.
    • Essential Functions: Coordinates the assessment and delivery of grief counseling needs and services (one-to-one, groups, and ongoing follow-up) to ensure timely and appropriates services are provided to family/caregivers. Plans for Bereavement Program development, expansion and refinement through annual evaluation of services. Provides bereavement support to hospice personnel coping with work related grief through one-to-one counseling, supervision of interns providing one-to-one counseling, and referral to community resources.
    Chaplain
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Chaplain who is responsible for the provision of spiritual care services to patients and families/caregivers of Self-Help for the Elderly, either directly or through coordination of care with other spiritual counselors.
    • Essential Functions: Assures spiritual assessment of patients and families/caregivers in the hospice program and appropriate services are rendered in a timely manner. Facilitates the development of the individualized the plan of care by participating in the comprehensive assessment to meet identified spiritual needs. Provides direct spiritual care to patients and families/caregivers.
    Physical Therapist
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Physical Therapist who is responsible for providing physical therapy services and for adherence to all conditions outlined in the Service Employment Agreement.
    • Essential Functions: Provides physical therapy services to patients according to a written individualized plan of care. This may include, but not be limited to: Assessing and evaluating therapeutic/rehabilitative/functional status, and participation in the development of the total plan of care. Evaluates home environment. Assesses for muscle strength, mobility, gait, ROM and transfer capabilitiesDirecting physical therapy treatment.
    Physical Therapist Assistant
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Director of Physical Therapist Assistant who provides physical therapy services according to the Physician’s plan of care and under the supervision of a Physical Therapist to help patients relieve pain, improve the body’s movement and function, maintain cardiopulmonary function, and limit disabilities resulting from injury or disease.
    • Essential Functions: Provides direct physical therapy services and interventions in accordance with physician orders and patient’s plan of care, and under the supervision of a Licensed Physical Therapist. Treats patient to relieve pain, develop or restore function, maintain maximum performance. Directs and aids patients in active and passive therapeutic exercises, muscle reeducation, gait and functional training, transfer activities and prosthetic training.
    Clinical Manager
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Clinical Manager responsible for ensuring that patient care services are coordinated appropriately and for the supervision of clinical personnel. The Clinical Manager is responsible to the Director of Patient Care Services to assist with monitoring, implementing, and evaluating the process, programs, and clinical policies to meet regulatory, accreditation, and community standards of home health and hospice care practice.
    • Essential Functions: Qualified Registered Nurse, who is responsible for the oversight of all clinical personnel and all patient care services provided by Self-Help, whether directly or under arrangement, to meet patient care needs. Responsible for assuring the development, implementation, and updates of the individualized plan of care, which would entail communication with all physicians involved in the plan of care and integration of orders from all physicians involved in the plan of care including those orders related to medications. Attends patient care conferences and interdisciplinary group meetings and supports to facilitate coordination of patient care services for HomeCare and Hospice.
    Registered Nurse Case Manager
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Registered Nurse Case Manager who provides skilled nursing assessment, planning and care in order to maximize the comfort and health of Home Care patients and families.
    • Essential Functions: Assesses and identifies patient and/or family needs and for providing supportive care (physical and emotional) in accordance with physician’s orders, plan of care, and Self-Help HomeCare & Hospice policies and procedures. Assumes responsibility for patient caseload, including the assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating phases of the nursing process towards desired outcomes. Develops, evaluates, and revise patient’s individualized plan of care in collaboration with Director or Patient Care Services, Medical Director, other members of the Inter-Disciplinary Group, and patient’s primary care physician.
    Intake Coordinator
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Intake Coordinator responsible for implementing all aspects of the patient intake process including assessing patient needs and qualification, establishing and maintaining positive relationships with customers and referral sources, and managing the insurance verification and authorization processes. Acts as point of contact with referrer until patient is assigned to a staff member and coordinates clinical staff schedules.
    • Essential Functions: Receives, evaluates and coordinates all incoming referral calls, including review of facility documentation, to assess that patient’s needs can be safely addressed in the home, and that the patient qualifies for the service. Gathers demographic and clinical information and verifies insurance benefit information including eligibility and service authorization procedures. Maintains current knowledge of insurance companies and change in practices. Meets with supervisors to review all new referrals and confirm preliminary admission decisions.
    Medical Social Worker
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Medical Social Worker who assesses social and psychological needs of patients/families, and develops plan of care to assist patients and families/caregivers to cope with the social and emotional issues and practical arrangements related to the patient’s illness. (it is currently anticipated that approximately 75% of time will be spent in HomeCare and 25% in Hospice)
    • Essential Functions: Assesses the social and psychological needs of patients/families, evaluating issues such as patient/family coping, social service needs, caregiving plans, bereavement risk, family’s financial status and health insurance coverage. Provides social and psychological interventions, including crisis intervention, grief/bereavement counseling, problem solving, stress management and developing healthy coping strategies. Develops and implements plan of care, which assists patients and families to cope and/or restore social, emotional, financial and environmental factors, which affect and/or are affected by illness. Collaborates with patient to identify needs and develops plan of care based on mutual agreement.
    Registered Nurse (Home Care)
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Registered Nurse who provides skilled nursing assessment, planning and care in order to maximize the comfort and health of Home Care patients and families.
    • Essential Functions: Responsible for identifying patient and/or family needs and for providing supportive care (physical and emotional) in accordance with physician’s orders, plan of care, and Self-Help HomeCare & Hospice policies and procedures. Assumes responsibility for patient caseload, including the assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating phases of the nursing process. Monitors and revises the plan of care, as appropriate, to changing patient and family needs. Initiates communication with attending physician, Home Care team members, and other agencies as needed to coordinate optimal care and use of resources for the patient and/or family.
    Registered Nurse (Hospice)
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Registered Nurse who provides skilled nursing assessment, planning and care in order to maximize the comfort and health of Hospice patients and families.
    • Essential Functions: Assesses and identifies patient and/or family needs and provides appropriate physical and emotional support in accordance with physician’s orders and plan of care. Develops, evaluates and revises patient’s individualized plan of care in collaboration with Hospice and Palliative Medicine Physician and Director of Patient Care Services, and other members of the Inter-Disciplinary Group and patient’s primary care physician. Evaluates progress towards desired outcomes and updates the patient’s plan of care as appropriate to changing patient and family needs.
    Immediate Hiring for Physical Therapist - $5,000 Sign-On Bonus
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Physical Therapist contracted or employed through the organization is responsible for providing physical therapy services and for adherence to all conditions outlined in the Service Employment Agreement.
    • Essential Functions: 1. Provides physical therapy services to patients according to a written individualized plan of care. This may include, but not be limited to:
      A. Assessing and evaluating therapeutic/rehabilitative/functional status, and participation in the development of the total plan of care. Evaluates home environment.
      B. Assesses for muscle strength, mobility, gait, ROM and transfer capabilities
    Occupational Therapist
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Occupational Therapist provides occupational therapy services to maximize the patient’s independence in activities of daily living by training them in motor, perceptual and cognitive skills.
    • Essential Functions: Evaluates patient's functional level, muscle strength and coordination using functional, perceptual and neurological tests. Assists in developing and updating the plan of care. Administers direct care, using various occupational therapy techniques and modalities. Instructs patients and families in areas of activity of daily living, energy conservation, work simplification techniques and other areas of occupational therapy.
    Speech Therapist
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Speech-Language Pathologist, contracted or employed, is responsible for implementation of standards of care for speech language pathology services and for adherence to all conditions in the Service Agreement.
    • Essential Functions: Conducts appropriate evaluative procedures, assesses home environment (as appropriate) and identifies equipment needs relative to speech/language function. Identifies functional speech defects and establishes goals and plan of care to improve patient's function and participates in the development of the plan of care. Administers speech therapy program utilizing specialized therapeutic technique and/or equipment.
    Registered Nurse (RN) Care Coordinator
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Registered Nurse Coordinator responsible for all the clinical and quality activities of the organization. The Registered Nurse Coordinator has accountabilities for the monitoring, implementation, evaluation of processes and systems of the home health and hospice programs to meet regulatory, accreditation and standards of practice.
    • Essential Functions: Responsible for the implementation, monitoring, evaluation and oversight of processes and systems of the home health and hospice programs to meet regulatory, accreditation and standards of practice. Responsible for the implementation and monitoring of the organization’s quality assessment performance improvement (QAPI) program.
    Home Health Aide
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Home Health Aide who provides hands-on personal care to patients and assists with activities of daily living in order to maintain the patient’s health or to facilitate treatment of the patient’s comfort, illness or injury.
    • Essential Functions: Assists patients with personal care such as skin, mouth, and hair care and bathing. Assists patients with using bathroom, commode, bedpan or urinal. Assists patients with getting in and out of bed/chair and assist with ambulation. Assists patients with prescribed exercises that have been taught by appropriate licensed health care personnel. Performs other activities taught by a health care professional for a specific patient. These may include changing colostomy bags, changing of non-sterile dressings, taking of vital signs, and non-sterile bowel and bladder hygiene care.
    Immediate Hire for LVN Intake $2,000 Sign-On Bonus
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a qualified Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) Intake.
    • Essential Functions: Receives, evaluates and coordinates all incoming referral calls, including review of facility documentation, to assess that patient’s needs can be safely addressed in the home, and that the patient qualifies for the service. Gathers demographic and clinical information and verifies insurance benefit information including eligibility and service authorization procedures. Maintains current knowledge of insurance companies and change in practices. Meets with supervisors to review all new referrals and confirm preliminary admission decisions.
  • Housing Services

    Home Health Aide
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Home Health Aide who provides personal care services, supervision and domestic housekeeping services, and implements activities for residents in accordance with State regulations.
    • Essential Functions: Performs personal care services such as dressing, grooming, bathing and transferring residents. Transferring may involve lifting residents from bed to chair or chair to toilet/commode. Performs laundry services – washes, dries and folds residents’ clothes, sheets, towels and other items as required. Assists residents with medication.
  • Nutrition and Senior Centers

    Registered Dietitian
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Registered Dietitian who is responsible for menu development, preparation for nutrition education activities, and developing in-service trainings.
    • Essential Functions: Works with caterers to develop and certify menus to meet funder’s guidelines and clients’ needs; works with program staff on menu substitutions for special events, certifies menu substitutions, and keeps documents on file. Plans and coordinates all nutrition education activities, including teaching material development and compilation of resources on file. Develops in-service training schedule and resources for staff and volunteers.
    Center Coordinator
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Center Coordinator who manages the daily operation of activities and services at a senior center.
    • Essential Functions: Manages the center program operations including coordinating, developing and implementing activities, classes and special events. Ensures rooms are set up and cleaned daily according to the activity schedule and lease agreement. Monitors program quality and quantity. Ensures all governmental and agency regulations and policies are followed by the staff and volunteers. Recruits, trains and supervises center staff and volunteers to ensure efficient operation of the center. Coordinate volunteer support.
    Meal Site Worker
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Meal Site Worker who provides food services and performs other duties at the senior center.
    • Essential Functions: Assists in operating the meal programs; maintains sanitary and safe procedures in all areas of food service delivery in accordance to County Senior Nutrition Program standards. Checks and keeps record of delivery time and temperature of catered food; maintains appropriate food temperature as required. Prepares room and furniture for meal service and activities; directs volunteers in setting up and cleaning up the kitchen and dining areas.
    Meal Site Worker / Home Delivery Worker
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Meal Site Worker who provides food services and performs other duties at the senior center.
    • Essential Functions: Assists in operating the meal programs; maintains sanitary and safe procedures in all areas of food service delivery in accordance to County Senior Nutrition Program standards. Checks and keeps record of delivery time and temperature of catered food; maintains appropriate food temperature as required. Prepares room and furniture for meal service and activities; directs volunteers in setting up and cleaning up the kitchen and dining areas.
    Home Delivery Driver
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Home Delivery Driver who delivers meals to congregate meal sites and home delivery program participants.
    • Essential Functions: Picks up and delivers congregate and packed meals to senior centers, senior housings and event locations; unloads and transfers meals, milk, fruit and supplies to Center Coordinator/recipient. Packs home-delivered meals at meal site and delivers meals to clients on foot or by car. Communicates and regularly reports changes, meal status of clients and issues of operation to HDM / Transportation Coordinator.
    Group Van Driver
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Group Van Driver who transports program participants to activity centers, adult day care center, grocery stores, and event locations.
    • Essential Functions: Picks up and transports program participants for program activities and events. Adheres to driver operating standards and procedures as required by San Francisco Paratransit. Observes the specific conditions and needs of clients, especially safety on the bus. Provides appropriate assistance and referrals.
    Director of Nutrition and Senior Centers
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Director of Nutrition and Senior Centers who is responsible for the overall program management, supervision and quality assurance for the agency’s senior center and programs in San Francisco.
    • Essential Functions: Develops and oversees the department’s programs and services such as the Senior Nutrition Program, Home Delivered Meals Program, Transportation Program, Community Services, Supplemental Food Program, and Wellness Programs. Develops, implements and updates operational policies and procedures for the various programs as needed. Develops annual goals and objectives for the various programs in the department; prepares and presents annual program evaluation reports to the agency’s Board of Directors and/or Program Committee.
  • Nutrition and Senior Centers (San Mateo)

    Program Assistant
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Program Assistant who provides information, assistance and follow-up to older and/or disabled adults, their family members or friends, or service providers seeking information and/or assistance to help the target population; and conducts in-home assessments and/or deliver meals for the home-delivered meals program.
    • Essential Functions: Conducts basic needs assessments of older adults and disabled adults in order to provide clients with information and/or referrals to agencies which offer services that match their needs. Assists in planning, hosting and monitoring virtual programs and onsite activities, and provide technical assistance. Assists clients in accessing needed services and advocates on their behalf (e.g. by contacting agencies on behalf of clients, filling out forms, writing letters, or making phone calls to set up or confirm appointments).
  • Social Services

    Senior Escort Service Worker
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Senior Escort Service Worker who provides escort services to Asian-American adults to perform activities such as bank, grocery shopping, medical or dental appointments, senior centers etc.
    • Essential Functions: Provides escort services to Asian-American adults to perform activities such as bank, grocery shopping, medical or dental appointments, senior centers etc. Meet senior and travel with them to activities. Confirm referral information with Director of Social Services in regards to client’s information, meeting date, time and location. Based on referrals locations and demand, plan out route accordingly on weekly schedule. Escort service can be on one-to-one basis or with multiple seniors if possible.
    Senior Escort Service Worker
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Senior Escort Service Worker who provides escort services to Asian-American adults to perform activities such as bank, grocery shopping, medical or dental appointments, senior centers etc.
    • Essential Functions: Provides escort services to Asian-American adults to perform activities such as bank, grocery shopping, medical or dental appointments, senior centers etc. Meet senior and travel with them to activities. Confirm referral information with Director of Social Services in regards to client’s information, meeting date, time and location. Based on referrals locations and demand, plan out route accordingly on weekly schedule. Escort service can be on one-to-one basis or with multiple seniors if possible.
    Information and Assistance Specialist
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Information and Assistance Specialist who assists in the navigation of the home and community-based long-term care system; provides assessment, information, referral and assistance to older adults, adults with disabilities, and caregivers; performs follow-up to ensure delivery of services; collects, updates and shares information on community resources.
    • Essential Functions: Conducts basic needs assessments of older adults and disabled adults to provide them with information and/or referrals to agencies which offer services that match their needs. Assists consumers in accessing needed services and advocates on their behalf when the requests do not require short-term casework level of assistance (e.g. contacting agencies on behalf of clients, filling out forms, writing letters, or making phone calls to set up or confirm appointments). Provides follow-up with consumers and/or agencies to ensure that needed services were received by consumers.
    Case Management Program Supervisor
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking a Case Management Program Supervisor who is responsible for overseeing the case management program and family caregiver support program, providing case management services to seniors and adults with disabilities, and serving as the Acting Director in the absence of the Director.
    • Essential Functions: Oversees the Case Management Program with DAS and Community Living Fund and Family Caregiver Support Program. Trains, supervises, and evaluates program’s staff. Maintains complete client files and completes all required data collection forms and reports. Participates in evaluation and quality assurance activities to determine the effectiveness of the Social Services programs as required.
    Elder Care Worker
    • Self-Help for the Elderly is seeking an Elder Care Worker who provides personal care, homemaker and household chore services for the Elder Care at Home Program.
    • Essential Functions: Assists consumers to perform activities of daily living such as bathing, eating, dressing, ambulating or grooming. Prepares meals, washes laundry, shops for groceries, and performs light housework such as cleaning, dusting and vacuuming. Escorts clients to and from medical appointments.Performs heavy housework such as washing windows or cleaning appliances, yard work and sidewalk maintenance.
  • Finance

To apply: Please click on the job title to complete an online application.

For more information: Contact Human Resources Department at HR@selfhelpelderly.org.

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