Commission on Aging
Several Part-Time and One Full-Time Position Available
$14.16 – $15.88/hour, depending on experience + Direct Care Worker Premium of $2.35 per hour through 2022. County benefit package for full-time position.
High School diploma or GED, supplemented by some previous experience working with the elderly; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. A valid Michigan driver’s license and reliable transportation are required. Applicant must be willing to travel (within Ionia County). CPR/First Aid certification, or ability to become certified, is also required. Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) training or certification is a big plus but not required.
In-Home Aides support clients in their homes by performing a variety of tasks as indicated in client care plans. Aides communicate regularly with the In-Home Services Director, helping COA to respond to changing client needs and working to provide excellent care and service. Regular trainings help grow aide’s skillset and advance agency goals.
Tasks may include a variety of activities such as:
- Housekeeping: cleaning bathrooms/kitchens, vacuuming, laundry
- Respite Care: relieve Caregivers in the home with a range of tasks
- Personal Care: bathing/showering, hair care, skin care, dressing, transferring, toileting
Aides are responsible for completing and submitting record of service sheets, mileage reimbursement forms, client receipts.
Benefits to working as a COA In-Home Aide include:
- No weekends or evening hours
- Paid travel time (between clients) + mileage reimbursement (for travel between clients)
- Full-time position includes full county benefits
- Satisfaction of helping seniors remain in their home
Please complete an Ionia County Application for Employment and submit it to:
Ionia County Administrative Building
101 W. Main Street
Ionia, MI 48846
Applications will be accepted until position is filled. Ionia County is an equal opportunity employer.