ASEB is growing, with centers in Berkeley, Hayward, and Fremont.
The following positions are currently available:
Registered Nurse (Berkeley)
Physical Therapist (Fremont)
Program Specialist (Berkeley
Accounting Assistant (Berkeley)
Please send your resume and letter of interest to Fred Walker, Human Resources, at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax (510) 540-6771
The Nurse is responsible for the provision and supervision of medical services that are ordered by a participant’s physician for the Adult Day Health Care participant. The Nurse will be responsible for program personnel supervision and evaluation of the dietary aide, and occupational and physical therapy aides. The Nurse is a member of multi-disciplinary team and may participate in in-home assessments. The Nurse will report to the Program Director.
The Nurse must hold a valid RN license in the State of California and have one-year experience working with the elderly or chronically ill. Experience working in a multi-disciplinary team is preferred.
A. Personnel program staff including therapy and dietary aides:
Provides orientation and training for newly hired staff
Contributes to evaluations of program staff, and evaluations at the end of the probationary period for new employees
Provides orientation to and supervises nursing students
Administer and/or supervise medication dispensing.
Administer and/or supervise treatments, dressings and the administration of personal care services.
Provide initial and quarterly assessments of Adult Day Health Care participants. Establish goals and set up treatment plans to administer services as prescribed by a physician. *
Provide medical education to the staff, participants, and families in areas such as self-medication training and incontinence management. *
Record in participants’ charts services given, maintain progress notes, and schedule participants for further treatment.
Work in close cooperation with staff and participate as a member of the multi -disciplinary team. Meet all administrative requirements such as attending meetings, record keeping, etc.
Responsible for safety and security of the Berkeley site *
Responsible for reviewing equipment, medical and program supplies and related items at the Berkeley, Hayward and Fremont site
Other duties as assigned.
Major Function: The Physical Therapist assesses the functional capabilities of the Adult Day Health Care participants; provides and supervises individual treatment plans; acts as a consultant to the Program Director; rains and supervises Rehab Aides; and is a member of the multidisciplinary team.
Reports to: Program Director
Evaluate participants physical condition and functional status. Establish goals and set up treatment plans to administer physical therapy techniques as prescribed by the referring physician. Modify treatment plans as needed based upon subsequent reevaluations.
Develop a therapy maintenance program to fit the needs of ADHC participants; train the Rehab Aides to implement the program and report any participant changes to the nurse and program director. Train the registered nurse to supervise the implementation of the program by the sides on a daily basis. Ensure Aides work the hours necessary to meet the needs of each participant as specified in the IPC.
Provide physical therapy treatment including but not limited to muscle, nerve joint and functional ability tests, treatment to relieve pain, develop or restore function and assistance to achieve and maintain maximum performance; instruct and demonstrate to families and others the physical therapy and rehabilitation procedures indicated by the participants assessment.
Record, sign and date service given in each participants chart daily, maintain quarterly progress notes and schedule participants or further treatment. Review and initial all evaluations and the discharge summary.
Work in close cooperation with staff and participate as a member of the multidisciplinary team.
Ensure ADHC maintains proper PT equipment.
Meet all administrative requirements such as attending meetings, record keeping, etc.
Other duties as assigned.
Licensed by the Physical Therapy Board of California
Current CPR and first aid card prior to or within six months of hire; and have cleared TB test and health exam prior to or within seven days of hire.
Must be able to transfer participants needing maximum assist of one. Requires the ability to lift/carry up to 50 pounds and push or pull objects exceeding 150 pounds, using appropriate body mechanics.
Bachelors degree in physical therapy
Minimum one year of experience working with the elderly or chronically ill.
To assist participants in the program, lead therapeutic activities, assist with personal care (including the spa and with meals).
Reports to: Activity Coordinator, with nursing supervision for spa and mealtime assistance duties.
Set up the room for daily program. Maintain neatness and order in rooms. Monitor supply inventory.
Assist participants with personal care, including toileting, changing, and transferring.
Distribute lunches and snacks; assist participants with eating.
Assist with and lead activity programs, including group activities, 1:1 activities and socialization, field trips, special events, shows, etc.
Communicate in an appropriate and professional manner with participants, caregivers, volunteers, other staff and the multi-disciplinary team.
Value and provide person-centered care.
Monitor and report behavior of participants (disposition, falls, wandering) to Activity Coordinator, RN, and Social Worker. Inform the RN of clinical changes immediately.
Read and record information in the communication binder daily.
In addition to the duties listed above, the Program Specialist will be expected to work in other departments as needed. These duties may include front desk coverage, PT, or OT Aide duties, dietary duties, and other duties as assigned.
Able to carry out daily responsibilities independently and accurately.
Current CPR and First Aid cards prior to or within six months of hire.
Clear TB test and health exam prior to or within seven days of hire.
English fluency required; computer skills (Excel, Word, Outlook, and Internet) preferred.
Full range of body motion including handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination.
Requires standing, walking, pushing, bending, kneeling and reaching at arms length for prolonged periods of time. Must be able to transfer participants needing maximum assist of one. Requires the ability to lift/carry up to 50 pounds and push or pull objects exceeding 150 pounds, using appropriate body mechanics.
High School graduate or GED proficiency.
CNA background is preferred.
One year of experience working with frail seniors, individuals with disabilities, and individuals with dementia or other cognitive impairment preferred.
Reports to: Accounting Manager
Make copies of all checks received in the accounting office, and file appropriately.
Prepare and make deposits into deposit account.
Enter deposits into Sage, track receivables on Excel spreadsheets, and file.
Enter bills received into Sage Accounts Payable.
Match expenses with Purchase Orders, make sure invoices and expenses are approved by supervisor.
Record certain expenses in Excel spreadsheets.
Enter Credit Card charges into Sage and ensure that all receipts are turned into accounting.
Track accounts balances online, and make payments as needed to prevent over limit fees.
Check on Aged Payables, make sure that bills are paid and mailed on time to prevent late fees.
Cut checks, make copies of checks, and file.
At the end of each day, check attendance for Private Pay, and Third Party participants. Issue credits for participants placed on hold or discharged from program.
Fax paid invoices to Long Term Care Insurance companies for participants with LTC coverage.
Prepare the Veterans Administration Invoices for the previous month.
Prepare Invoices for Center for Elder Independence participants.
Review Private Pay participants files. Prepare and send invoices for the upcoming month.
Track Accounts Receivable from Private Pay participants.
Check daily rosters from 3 program sites for correct number of attendees, and ensure that
Each Friday, fax meal orders for the following week to Nutrition Solutions.
Manage and Track Credit Card Expenses
Work with Vendors to resolve billing issues
Other job duties as assign
BS or BA in Accounting
1-2 years experience
Experience in Non Profit, but not required
Sage knowledge is a plus
Reports to: Program Director
The Bus Driver will provide transportation for participants to and from the day center and their home. Other driving trips may be arranged, i.e., outings, meal pick up. The Bus Driver must be able to carry out his/her job responsibilities without direct supervision. The Bus Driver is under the supervision of the director of operations/program directors/ and executive director.
Duties: The duties of the Bus Driver are:
Drive participants safely to and from the day respite center and their residence or outing destination.
Secure all wheelchairs during ride. Check to be sure participants wear seatbelts.
Assure that all participants are met at home by an appropriate caregiver.
Assist participants that need help ambulating and/or are wheelchair bound.
Monitor and report behavior of participants to Site Director.
Communicate in appropriate manner with participants, volunteers, caregivers and the community.
Supervise volunteer Bus attendant(s) on a regular basis.
Call the day respite center in a timely manner to report all schedule changes and any unusual incidents.
Fill out an incident report for all unusual occurrences and give report and verbal description to Management. (ED, Director of operations, program director)
Keep vehicle(s) clean and orderly.
Lock up cellular phone and Bus at end of each shift.
Park Bus in assigned space.
Complete paperwork in a timely and accurate manner.
Other duties as assigned
Class B License