Salt Lake County
801-747-2100    888-968-4600
Davis/Weber/Morgan Counties
801-547-0060    866-547-0060
Box Elder/Cache Counties
435-915-3424    877-358-3643

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Employment Opportunities

Caregiver Support Network is always looking for qualified, self-motivated people who are dedicated to excellence in care. One of CSN’s mission statements is to be an “employer of choice.”

CSN has invested significantly in a very competitive employee benefits package, including health insurance, 401K matching, flexible spending accounts, supplemental insurance plans, paid time off, education, and more.

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The following positions are currently available.



          Position: Clinical Marketer, Davis and Weber Counties




 
Caregiver Support Network Home Health, Hospice and Private Duty Agency is looking for a
motivated, outgoing, professional clinical marketer.  If you are a nurse, therapist or social
worker interested in marketing we would love to have you join our team! Caregiver
Support Network has been awarded Best of State since 2008 and the Health Insight Quality
Award since 2006.
Job Description:  According to company standards, conducts outside sales calls with current and potential
referral sources to establish relationships that result in increased referrals to the company.  
Develops and executes a monthly sales plan as part of the quarterly sales and marketing plan.
Participates and assumes a leadership role in local activities and organizations.  Takes potential
inquiry or referral calls for processing.  Meets with clients, family upon intake to
assure all appropriate paperwork signed for admitting client onto services. Assists with sales
proposals.  Responsible for developing new business as directed.  Conducts company training
sessions that maximize the participation and effectiveness of other partners in external sales
efforts and internal customer service efforts.  Works with assigned company associates on joint
sales calls as appropriate.  Oversees the development and implementation of effective systems
to ensure the success of the entire sales process including conversion of initial inquiries into
admissions, admission paperwork, lead follow-up and back up team development.  
Coordinates public relations events for potential client’s families as well as for referral sources.
Assists in the development of appropriate marketing strategies and development
of marketing material.




Position:   Personal Care Aide / Home Maker (PCA)
Supervisor:    Aide Supervisor/Director of Nursing
Requirements: 
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Maintain current CPR certification and evidence of annual TB screening
  • Able to read instructions of supervisor and write observations in client record
  • Clearly communicate verbally and in writing
  • Must have own transportation to appointments
  • Must have compassionate attitude
  • Attend at least 6 hours of in-service per year
  • Attend First Aide Training
 Physical Demands: The position may require frequent lifting and standing for extended periods of time. It is recommended that the incumbent be able to independently lift 50 pounds to handle equipment and resident transfer / transport. Incumbent must be able to walk, stand, stoop, balance, kneel, hear, reach, pull, talk, see, carry, handle and hand write. The degree to which any of these depends on the technique used.
Job Duties:    The PCA may only perform tasks as outlined in the Plan of Care for the client and as    communicated by the care manager. These tasks may include:
  • Observe self-administration of medications by reminding client to take medications and opening containers, but NOT touching the medication itself.
  • Assist the client, when needed, in personal grooming, oral care, dressing and toileting.
  • Light housekeeping, prepare meals and assist the client with eating.
  • When specifically approved by CSN, transport client to appointments as scheduled.
  • Take and record oral temperatures.
  • Administer emergency CPR / first aide; contacting physician or 911 if situation requires further care.
  • Provide or arrange for social interaction and recreational/diversional activities appropriate for the patient’s cognitive disorder and as requested by responsible family caregiver or supervisor.
  • Document observations and services provided in the individual patient record at the time of visit. Accurately complete and timely submit the time log, as required. Sign, initial and date all documents.
  • Complete time log accurately, clearly, timely and provide appropriate communication to Care Manager, and other support specialists as needed, about client / family issues and response to services provided.
  • Demonstrate competency in all areas as outlined in Performance Review.
  • Communicate with Care Manager weekly on client’s status.
  • Comply with and support of company policies and procedures.
  • Other Duties as Assigned.



                         Position:  Certified Nurse’s Assistant (CNA)
                    Supervisor:  Care Coordinator
               Requirements:
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Evidence of current or ability to obtain certification within 6 months of hire
  • Maintain current CPR certification and evidence of annual TB screening
  • Able to read instructions of supervisor and write observations in client record
  • Clearly communicate verbally and in writing
  • Must have own transportation to appointments
  • Must have compassionate attitude
  • Attend at least 12 hours of in-service per year
        Physical Demands:  The position may require frequent lifting and standing for extended periods of time. It is recommended that the incumbent be able to independently lift 50 pounds to handle equipment and resident transfer / transport. Incumbent must be able to walk, stand, stoop, balance, kneel, hear, reach, pull, talk, see, carry, handle and hand write. The degree to which any of these depends on the technique used.
                    Job Duties:  The CNA may only perform tasks as outlined in the Plan of Care for the client and as communicated by the care manager. These tasks may include:
  • Observe self-administration of medications by reminding client to take medications and opening containers, but NOT touching the medication itself.
  • Assist the client, when needed, in personal grooming, oral care, dressing and toileting.
  • Light housekeeping, prepare meals and assist the client with eating.
  • When specifically approved by CSN, transport client to appointments as scheduled.
  • Take and record oral temperatures.
  • Administer emergency CPR / first aide; contacting physician or 911 if situation requires further care.
  • Provide or arrange for social interaction and recreational/diversional activities appropriate for the patient’s cognitive disorder and as requested by responsible family caregiver or supervisor.
  • Document observations and services provided in the individual patient record at the time of visit. Accurately complete and timely submit the time log, as required. Sign, initial and date all documents.
  • Complete time log accurately, clearly, timely and provide appropriate communication to Care Manager, and other support specialists as needed, about client / family issues and response to services provided.
  • Demonstrate competency in all areas as outlined in Performance Review.
  • Communicate with Care Manager weekly on client’s status.
  • Comply with and support of company policies and procedures.
  • Other Duties as Assigned.