Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Homemaker in Erie, Pennsylvania
Why Presbyterian SeniorCare Network? We are all about Making Aging Easier® We are a non-profit, faith-based network of living and care options. Our more than 2,100 employees are privileged to serve the needs of more than 6,500 older adults each year in 10 counties in western PA. Across our accredited, award-winning continuum of living and care options, our mission is to provide the highest quality of care possible.
Why a Homemaker at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network? Our Homemaker provide a home-like environment for our residents by exemplifying person-centered values such as caring, dignity, choice, and respect all which lead to purposeful living for our residents. You can help our residents meet their nutritional needs and social goals by being responsible for meal production, keeping a safe and sanitary meal preparation environment, engaging in quality interaction with our residents and conducting activities in the neighborhood. This position also requires some light housekeeping of the resident dining area as well as meal clean-up.
What We Offer at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network
Medical, Dental, Vision
Company paid life insurance for full-time employees
Employee Referral Bonuses
A rewarding career with an opportunity to make a difference
What We Offer for This Position
On the job training is provided
Opportunities for advancement
Scheduled every other weekend off
Full time employment- 72 hours per pay period (*12 hour scheduled shifts)
Position Summary Assists in providing services necessary for the distribution of meals to residents, staff, and visitors. These services include, but are not limited to: production of menu items and other items needed for feeding; maintenance of a safe and sanitary environment; and promotion of resident and family satisfaction. The homemaker is also responsible for light housekeeping duties including keeping the dining area clean and free of debris, as well as meal clean-up and dishes. The homemaker is responsible for holding activities with residents on their neighborhoods.
Education and/or Experience
High school graduate or GED preferred but not required.
Knowledge of food service operations is preferred but not required.