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Community Home Health Care provides home health care services throughout New York State. By joining our team, you will have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of our clients by providing home care services within the comfort of their own homes. Our team is progressive, compassionate, and constantly expanding.

We are always looking for bright and skilled individuals to join our team. If you are interested and passionate about helping others, please submit your information below and one of our dedicated team members will reach out to you.

Positions Available

Our recruiting team can also be reached at:

  • DUTCHESS COUNTY: 845-288-9990
  • NASSAU COUNTY: 845-425-6555
  • ORANGE COUNTY: 845-738-1883
  • PUTNAM COUNTY: 845-600-1089
  • ROCKLAND COUNTY: 845-547-9990
  • SULLIVAN COUNTY: 845-738-3666
  • ULSTER COUNTY: 845-272-0009
  • WESTCHESTER COUNTY: 914-410-8920

Our Employee Benefits

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Health Insurance

A full-time employee will qualify for insurance after working for a consecutive 12 weeks with full-time hours. Full-time employees define as employees working 30 or more hours per week, (or 130 hours a month).

Free PCA Training

Become a PCA for FREE! Our Register Nurses teach you how to care for our patients by combining lecture and hands on work while closely to observing, coaching and evaluating your performance. By the end of the class, if you pass all tests and skills, you will be awarded with a NYS PCA Certificate.  *Some restrictions apply, please call for all details.

Employee discount program

“Tickets at work”

Now you’ll have access to exclusive savings on movie tickets, theme parks, hotels, tours, and more. Be sure to visit often as new products and discounts are constantly being added.

Employee Portal

A way for employees to stay connected and have access to news & updates, company resources, announcements, FAQs, and much more!

Paid Sick Leave

*Accumulate 1 hour of Sick time for every 30 hours worked (accumulating up to 56/year). Roll over up to 56 hours per year. *Subject to change

Direct Deposit

No More Paper Checks! Sign up for a direct deposit to ensure you get paid directly to your account.

Alternative Competency Demonstration (ACD)

The ACD is for individuals who have prior caregiving experience. This program will provide you with your PCA certification at an accelerated pace. Apply today to learn more

Employee Referral Bonus: $125

New employees must work a case in order to be eligible

Free Scrub Top

All employees will receive a free scrub top! Additional scrubs (tops and bottoms) can be purchased at a discounted price by calling HR.

Free Annual Check-ups

Contact your HR representative anytime to set up your annual appointment at a convenient location near you!

  • Terms and Conditions May Apply

Rapid! PayCard

Don’t have a bank account? Sign up for Rapid! PayCard which acts like a debit card and receive payments to it.

Flexible Hours

We work around your availability!

Employee of the month per region

Winner Receives:
An Award, Cash Bonus, and other exciting prizes.

Health Insurance

A full-time employee will qualify for insurance after working for a consecutive 12 weeks with full-time hours. Full-time employees define as employees working 30 or more hours per week, (or 130 hours a month).

Free PCA Training

Become a PCA for FREE! Our Register Nurses teach you how to care for our patients by combining lecture and hands on work while closely to observing, coaching and evaluating your performance. By the end of the class, if you pass all tests and skills, you will be awarded with a NYS PCA Certificate.  *Some restrictions apply, please call for all details.

Employee Discount Program

“Tickets at work”

Now you’ll have access to exclusive savings on movie tickets, theme parks, hotels, tours, and more. Be sure to visit often as new products and discounts are constantly being added.

Paid Time Off

*Accumulate 1 hour of PTO for every 30 hours worked, with no limit. Roll over up to 10 hours per year. *Subject to change

Free Scrub Top

All employees will receive a free scrub top! Additional scrubs (tops and bottoms) can be purchased at a discounted price by calling HR.

Direct Deposit

No More Paper Checks! Sign up for a direct deposit to ensure you get paid directly to your account.

Alternative Competency Demonstration (ACD)

The ACD is for individuals who have prior caregiving experience. This program will provide you with your PCA certification at an accelerated pace. Apply today to learn more.

Employee Referral Bonus: $125

New employees must work a case in order to be eligible

Paid Sick Leave

*Accumulate 1 hour of Sick time for every 30 hours worked (accumulating up to 56/year). Roll over up to 56 hours per year. *Subject to change

Employee Portal

A way for employees to stay connected and have access to news & updates, company resources, announcements, FAQs, and much more!

Free Annual Check-ups

Contact your HR representative anytime to set up your annual appointment at a convenient location near you!

  • Terms and Conditions May Apply

Rapid! PayCard

Don’t have a bank account? Sign up for Rapid! PayCard which acts like a debit card and receive payments to it.

Flexible Hours

We work around your availability!

Hover Box Element

Winner Receives:
An Award, Cash Bonus, and other exciting prizes.

Benefit Card

Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Dental & Vision Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA)
Dependent Care Account (DCA)
Transit (TRN) -i.e. metro cards, LIRR, UBER Pool, Lyft Share, NJ Transit, and others
Cell Phone (EPR)
Parking (PKG)

Health Insurance

A full-time employee will qualify for insurance after working for a consecutive 12 weeks with full-time hours. Full-time employees define as employees working 30 or more hours per week, (or 130 hours a month).

Employee Discount Program

“Tickets at work”

Now you’ll have access to exclusive savings on movie tickets, theme parks, hotels, tours, and more. Be sure to visit often as new products and discounts are constantly being added.

Paid Time Off

*Accumulate 1 hour of PTO for every 30 hours worked, with no limit. Roll over up to 10 hours per year. *Subject to change

Free Scrub Top

All employees will receive a free scrub top! Additional scrubs (tops and bottoms) can be purchased at a discounted price by calling HR.

Direct Deposit

No More Paper Checks! Sign up for a direct deposit to ensure you get paid directly to your account.

Alternative Competency Demonstration (ACD)

The ACD is for individuals who have prior caregiving experience. This program will provide you with your PCA certification at an accelerated pace. Apply today to learn more.

Employee Referral Bonus: $125

New employees must work a case in order to be eligible

Paid Sick Leave

*Accumulate 1 hour of Sick time for every 30 hours worked (accumulating up to 56/year). Roll over up to 56 hours per year. *Subject to change

Employee Portal

A way for employees to stay connected and have access to news & updates, company resources, announcements, FAQs, and much more!

Free Annual Check-ups

Contact your HR representative anytime to set up your annual appointment at a convenient location near you!

  • Terms and Conditions May Apply

Rapid! PayCard

Don’t have a bank account? Sign up for Rapid! PayCard which acts like a debit card and receive payments to it.

Flexible Hours

We work around your availability!

Hover Box Element

Winner Receives:
An Award, Cash Bonus, and other exciting prizes.

Benefit Card

Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Dental & Vision Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA)
Dependent Care Account (DCA)
Transit (TRN) -i.e. metro cards, LIRR, UBER Pool, Lyft Share, NJ Transit, and others
Cell Phone (EPR)
Parking (PKG)

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Training:
At Community Home Health Care, we provide a top level Personal Care Aide (PCA) program approved by the New York State Department of Health. Classes are taught by our experienced, registered nurses who utilize our state approved curriculum. This curriculum combines lectures with hands on demonstration to educate and certify our students providing our employees with comprehensive qualifications as they begin their rewarding careers in home care.

Our Core Values

We Care

Do More

Be Better

At Community, We Care

Community has office locations throughout New York, making it easy to get supplies without traveling.

What our Caregivers have to say:

Field RN FT/PT/Per diem

Overview: The Field Nurse is a registered professional nurse who supervises the care provided to clients by paraprofessional staff and provides direct nursing care in accordance with physician orders and agency policy and procedure. The Field Nurse will participate in care plan revision and case conferences with access agency case managers.

Qualifications: Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the state wherein they are practicing and has a minimum of two (2) years’ experience as a registered nurse.

Personal care aide positions

Responsibilities: Conducts the admission of the client and monitors the provision of care as well as changing care needs by:

  • Participating in care plan development in collaboration with access agency care managers as well as the client and caregivers.
  • Developing and documenting the plan of care and recording such documentation in the clients records and with other care partners as agreed upon.
  • Orienting the aide to the plan of care and ensuring the aide is competent to participate in the care tasks assigned.
  • Evaluating the home setting for safety and appropriateness related to the care needs identified.
  • Evaluating the client’s environment to determine what assistance will be available from the family members or other care givers to ensure client safety in the absence of agency personnel.
  • Providing direct nursing care in accordance with physician orders and agency policy and procedure.
  • Supervising the provision of care by paraprofessional staff in accordance with applicable rules and regulations.
  • Participating in the evaluation of field staff performance including but not limited to appearance, rapport with the client and family, compliance with executing assigned tasks.
  • Documenting ongoing evaluation of the client’s care needs and communicating need for revisions with the appropriate resources.
  • Consulting with supervisors and staff, individually or in groups, regarding clients or families, special programs or service programs.
  • Cooperating with other agencies providing nursing or related services to provide continuity of care and to implement a comprehensive care plan.
  • Maintains compliance with all agency policies and procedures.

Home Health Aide/ HHA

Home Health Aides (HHAs) are also certified professionals who provide care and assistance to sick, disabled, elderly, or fragile individuals. HHAs work in a home care environment (as well as in some facilities) and dedicate themselves to assisting individuals with daily activities such as using the bathroom, preparing, meals, executing hygiene and grooming habits, taking medication, bathing, and completing housework or other chores.

HHAs are an important source of companionship for their clients and often join elderly or disabled individuals at community events or appointments, help them with arts or crafts, or play games with them. HHAs may also provide transportation, and in some cases, may live on-site with their clients.

The key difference between PCAs and HHAs is the level of training. Although both positions involve personal care, HHAs receive additional specialized training allowing them to attend to more complex meal plans, change simple dressings and procure basic vital signs.

Orientation RN FT/Per Diem

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Have students sign in and out
  • Collect and look out for fraudulent IDs
  • Update Caregiver Profile in HHAX
  • Administer and complete all HR paperwork
  • Ensure all paperwork completed by New Hires is in compliance before submitting to supervisor
  • Demonstrate/Observe required PCA/HHA skills
  • Ensure all New Hires are fully versed and trained on company policies and procedures
  • Send all HR paperwork to supervisor according to the given timeline
  • Instruct New Hires on all required In-Service topics
  • Report any issues or concerns to the supervisor

Position Summary: Responsible for training and orienting new PCA and HHA hires. Completes necessary paperwork and sends it to proper parties in timely manner.

Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Language Skills: Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group settings to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.

Reasoning Abilities: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.

Other Skills & Abilities: Basic computer skills required; Microsoft Word and Excel a plus. Ability to utilize basic computer software integral to agency operations after initial training period. Multi-tasking, ability to meet tight deadlines, detail oriented and organizational skills are required.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Ability to work effectively in a stressful environment may be required.

PCA Trainer RN/Per Diem

Position Summary: Responsible to train PCAs and HHAs according to curriculum and conduct orientations and in-services. Prepares necessary supplies and communicates with proper staff with issues, needs and observations.

Qualification Requirements: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required.

Language Skills: Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group settings to customers, clients, and other employees of the organization.

Reasoning Abilities: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.

Other Skills & Abilities: Basic computer skills required; Microsoft Word and Excel a plus. Ability to utilize basic computer software integral to agency operations after initial training period. Multi-tasking, ability to meet tight deadlines, detail oriented and organizational skills are required.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Ability to work effectively in a stressful environment may be required.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • PCA Class:
    • Conduct PCA Training Classes according to the schedule given by the Training Department
    • Follow NYSDOH PCA curriculum, allowing ample time for each topic and skill
    • Begin and end classes each day on time
    • Maintain up to date knowledge base regarding curriculum requirements
    • Remain flexible and adaptive in providing instruction and supervision of PCA students
    • Complete all documentation necessary in accordance with DOH & agency policies and procedures
    • Instruct students on how to deliver care within the scope of their training and certification
    • Observe, assess and report any issues in student’s progress to supervisor
    • Achieve high student success rate by monitoring and measuring performance
    • Maintain a clean, tidy and safe classroom
    • Maintain discipline and counsel students as necessary
    • Certify students on the last day of class
  • Orientation/In-service:
    • Have students sign in and out
    • Collect and look out for fraudulent IDs
    • Update Caregiver Profile in HHAX
    • Administer and complete all HR paperwork
    • Ensure all paperwork completed by New Hires is in compliance before submitting to supervisor
    • Demonstrate/Observe required PCA/HHA skills
    • Ensure all New Hires are fully versed and trained on company policies and procedures
    • Send all HR paperwork to supervisor according to the given timeline
    • Instruct New Hires on all required In-Service topics
    • Report any issues or concerns to the supervisor

PCA

If you are interested in working in a truly rewarding profession where you can make a positive difference in someone else’s life, you may be interested in becoming a Personal Care Aide (PCA). There is no experience required for the FREE PCA certification we offer in select counties. If you are a compassionate person and get along well with others this may be the perfect position for you. The training course will provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to provide the best possible care for your clients.

Sometimes called caregivers, Personal Care Aides (PCAs) are certified professionals who provide care and assistance to sick, disabled, elderly, or fragile individuals. PCAs work in a home care environment and dedicate themselves to assisting individuals with daily activities such as using the bathroom, preparing meals, executing hygiene and grooming habits, taking medication, bathing, and completing housework or other chores.

PCAs are an important source of companionship for their clients and often join elderly or disabled individuals at community events or appointments, help them with arts or crafts, or play games with them. PCAs may also provide transportation, and in some cases, may live on-site with their clients.

More about Personal Care Aides

Registered nurse job

LPN

Qualifications:

· LPN Certification required

· Intermediate computer skills

· Able to multitask and meet tight deadlines

· Detail Orientated

· Organized

Responsibilities:

  • Client communication
  • Maintain and document patient records
  • Participates in in-office procedures under the direction and supervision of a licensed healthcare provider
  • Navigate and resolve client issues
  • Special projects

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