Care attendant - Québec City

Date posted : 17 January 2018
Regions : 03 - Ville de Québec

Presentation

Since 1982, Accès Services Santé has provided its clients with nursing care and personal assistance. We offer qualified service providers to private and public institutions, religious communities, businesses and individuals wishing to remain at home.

With us, you have the advantage of choosing preferred work schedules that offer freedom to keep time for yourself, your family or your studies. We offer a variety of continuing education and orientation programs, a competitive salary and referral bonuses. In addition to having your choice of hours and place of work, there is no exclusive contract!
Accès Services Santé understands YOUR needs!

We are looking for care attendants for Quebec City. 

Main tasks

  • Assist caregivers in their tasks
  • Ensure continuing monitoring and assistance in the daily domestic activities of persons with loss of autonomy. This assistance can range from light to fairly strenuous.
  • Ensure that household tasks are carried out to provide a comfortable and secure living environment
  • Collaborate with all personnel in the different work teams
  • Provide quality service and maintain a relationship of trust with clients and work teams

Working conditions

  • Daytime, Evening, Night time, Weekdays and Weekend
  • According to YOUR availibilities

Exigencies

  • One year completed in a college or university program (physiotherapy, rehabilitation, paramedic, etc.) or other experience relevant to health
  • Up to date certificates in CPR, Moving Patients Safety Principles (MPSP). (Training can be provided depending on certain criteria)
  • Training concerning the actions mentioned in Bill 90

Required Qualities

  • Interpersonal skills including the human qualities of respect and kindness
  • Respect for the autonomy and dignity of the person
  • An acute sense of hygiene
  • Capacity to work with people who have a loss of autonomy with physical or cognitive impairments
  • Physical ability to handle equipment and move incapacitated persons
  • Communications skills
  • A sense of organization particularly in the area of successfully managing priorities
  • Professional autonomy and initiatives
  • Ability to cope with difficult or stressful situations
  • Concern about the quality of services offered and the use of appropriate language
  • Concern for continuing improvement
  • Compliance with standards and practises