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SteppingStone Adult Day Health is San Francisco's largest provider of Adult Day Health Care (ADHC). Licensed by the California Department of Public Health and certified as a MediCal provider with the California Department of Aging, the organization has worked since 1983 to help seniors and disabled adults overcome the obstacles to independent living by providing a cost-effective, stimulating, and comprehensive set of health and social services that that are all available under one roof.

Each of the organization's four centers provides an array of services, including nursing and personal care; medical social work services; meals and nutritional services; medication management; physical, occupational, and speech therapies; and social and recreational activities; as well as round trip transportation. Presently, SteppingStone serves over 300 ethnically diverse seniors and adults with disabilities each month.

For our all our 20 hours a week or more regular scheduled positions, we offer a comprehensive benefits package which includes employer-paid medical, dental, and life insurance; a 403(b) plan and vacation and sick leave.

SteppingStone Adult Day Health is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages a diverse workforce – all qualified persons are encouraged to apply

 

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Job Postings

Thank you for your interest. Please click on the job title below to view a more detailed description of the position and information on how to apply.

Program Director

Job Summary

Under the supervision of the Administrator/Executive Director, the Program Director will supervise overall programming and develop and maintain structured Adult Day Health Care program. The Program Director will be the liaison between the Administrator/Executive Director and the Adult Day Program. The Program Director will be responsible for personnel, administration and program operations. He/She may be designated as Acting Administrator/Executive Director in the Administrator/Executive Director's absence. The Program Director is a member of the multi-disciplinary team that reports to the Administrator/Executive Director.

Duties and Responsibilities

A. Personnel
  • Supervise all staff
  • Recruit and hire staff under the direction of the Administrator/Executive Director
  • Provide orientation and training for newly hired staff.
  • Oversee and complete annual evaluations of staff, and evaluations at the end of the introductory period for new employees
  • Provide staff with Employee Handbook and ensures their understanding of policies
  • Monitor contracts of consultants and supervises compliance with participant's plan of care
  • Terminate staff (with approval from the Administrator/Executive Director)
  • Coordinate and review independent contractor performance: Monitors contract hours
  • Plan staff development, including in-service and annual staff training's
  • Plan for and conduct meetings for staff and multi-disciplinary team
  • Develop and update personnel manual to ensure compliance to state and funding regulatory bodies
  • Monitor time sheet, sick time and vacation
  • Review personnel charts for compliance
B. Administration
  • Shall be knowledgeable of content and format and able to produce accurate and timely end-of-month reports
  • Maintain records for County and State reporting
  • Complete all necessary County and State reporting requirements
  • Maintain data required by funding agencies
  • Develop program activities within the SteppingStone budget parameters
  • Direct the accurate and timely submission of information required by MediCal and other state agencies
  • Assist in developing and monitoring fiscal control systems, maintains accurate records and compiles statistical reports
  • Monitor changes in MediCal and other state bodies requirement's and adjusts SteppingStone policy to comply
  • Coordinate all MediCal requirements including accurate and timely TAR and IPC paperwork
  • Monitor participant case mix, ADA, and discharge data
  • Develop and update ADHC policy manual
  • Update MediCal and ADHC procedure manuals
  • Develop all paperwork and forms for services provision and tracking
  • Participate in long term planning, communicates agency vision
  • Perform site visits
  • Set and inform caregivers of SteppingStone policies
  • Coordinate UR committee and follow-up
  • Monitor all incident reports and grievance proceedings
  • Report center operations summary to ED
C. Program
  • Function as a liaison to other community organizations
  • Monitor client Intake and Screening process
  • Monitor client and family condition
  • Provide counseling and support to families and caregivers
  • Determine client fee schedule
  • Facilitate and/or coordinates support groups
  • Coordinate family education and training
  • Develop and implement new service areas and projects
  • Coordinate and implement the day-to-day operation of SteppingStone's ADCRC and ADHC programs, including transportation services
  • Ensure that services are adequate and appropriate, continually evaluates the participants changing needs and makes necessary program adjustments
  • Monitor implementation of food program: Complies with regulations, documentation and reimbursement
  • Monitor coordination of daily schedule and participant involvement and participation
  • Responsible for agency safety program, listed as Safety Officer
D. Community Relations and Coordination, Outreach and Marketing
  • Assist with marketing and outreach efforts
  • Provide technical assistance to professionals and service providers
  • Produce Newsletter and other communication collateral
E. Site
  • Responsible for safety and security for all sites
  • Responsible for maintenance and upkeep of all sites
  • Responsible for reviewing equipment, medical and program supplies and related items at all sites
F. Other Duties as Assigned

Qualifications

This person must have a Bachelor's Degree in a Human Service field and be a professional in the field of Nursing, Social Work, Physical, Gerontology, Occupational, Recreational or Speech Therapy, Psychology or have equivalent experience; be knowledgeable of the physical, mental, and social needs of the elderly; be experienced in supervising staff and program development; and have a demonstrable aptitude for working with elderly. Experience in adult day support services and experience in the provision of counseling, support groups and assessments for individuals affected by dementia is preferred. The Program Director must obtain CPR and First Aid cards and keep them current, must have a valid California driver’s license.

Working Environment

Must be able to safely perform all physical and manual movements needed for job functions. Must be able to carry out job instructions promptly and willingly, and to follow established procedures accurately. And, must be flexible, positive and cooperative in solving problems and working with other staff in constantly changing and sometimes stressful circumstances.

Physical Demands

Program Director must be able to move around the facility as well as sit at a workstation. Lifting up to 10 lbs. occurs about half the time, while up to and above 25 lbs. Occurs only occasionally.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach forward with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Relocation

We are NOT able to provide relocation for this position.

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include “Program Director” in subject line.

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Finance and Accounting Manager

Job Summary

The Finance and Accounting Manager position will work closely with the Steppingstone Executive Director to manage accounting and finance activities in a growing organization. The ideal candidate is someone who wants to grow in line with the organization’s changing needs. The Manager is responsible for the security of financial assets and risk management and maintains this by establishing financial policies, procedures, controls, and reporting functions.

The Finance/Accounting Manager is directly responsible for general accounting, as well as grant accounting; accounts receivable management; accounts payable processing; and payroll management. The Manager works with the management team to create and effectively manage budgets, assisting the organization to create a fiscal strategy aligned with the organization’s goals and needs.

This individual should have accounting experience, an understanding of financial planning for smaller and growing organizations, and an interest in expanding their skill set to include other aspects of small business management.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Guides financial decisions by establishing, monitoring and enforcing policies and procedures.
  • Establishes and maintains systems and controls to protect assets/resources and to verify the integrity of all systems, processes, and data.
  • Develops and manages budget and appropriate processes to effectively control expenses.
  • Monitors appropriate cash balances.
  • Provides status of financial condition of the organization by collecting, interpreting and reporting key financial data; prepares and ensures accurate and timely dissemination of financial management reports including, but not limited to, internal and external monthly financial statements and annual audits and budgets.
  • Ensures compliance with federal, state, and local legal requirements by researching existing and new legislation, consulting with outside advisors, and filing financial reports. Advises management of actions and potential risks. Serves as a liaison with auditors and Finance Committee.
  • Processes accounts payable, petty cash, and employee expense reports.
  • Oversees accounts receivable, primarily composed of CBAS/Fee for Service, and maintains deposit entry in QuickBooks.
  • Prepares monthly billing for grant contracts (California Dept. of Education and DAAS) and reports to funders, as needed, in collaboration with Development Director.
  • Drives development of annual agency budget in collaboration with Executive Director and Management Team; assists Development Director with grant budget development, as needed.
  • Serves up as a backup for bi-weekly payroll review and payroll processing if necessary.
  • Improves financials by analyzing results, monitoring variances, identifying trends, and recommending actions to management.
  • Prepares all monthly reconciliations in accordance with monthly close and financial reporting.
  • Indirect supervision of shared management assistant staff.

Qualifications

  • A minimum of 3 – 5 years of accounting experience, progressing in skill knowledge and job responsibilities.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting (or related field) preferred, with a knowledge of current accounting standards (non-profit accounting preferred); MBA or CPA, or comparable experience also preferred.
  • Non-profit finance and accounting experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated education or experience in Finance, including financial planning (budgeting and reporting).
  • Exceptional attention to detail.
  • Proven ability to develop, implement, and manage business systems and processes, including expertise in financial analysis and budget development, with a successful track-record in setting priorities and demonstrating keen analytical and critical thinking, organizational, and problem-solving skills, enabling sound decision-making.
  • Proven analytical abilities, including quantitative analysis.
  • Proficiency with Excel and QuickBooks.
  • Enthusiasm for and experience with optimizing processes and improving systems.
  • Motivated and self-directed with ability to establish and meet goals and objectives.

Hours & Compensation: This is a regular, part-time, exempt position. Flexible schedule, approximately 20 hours/week. Comprehensive benefits package includes employer-paid medical, dental, and life insurance; 403(b) plan; and vacation and sick leave.

Compensation DOE. We are NOT able to provide any relocation assistance for this position

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include “Finance/Accounting Mgr.” in subject line.

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Registered Nurse (RN)

Job Summary

Under the supervision of the Program Director, the Registered Nurse services the needs of the center participants, acts as a consultant for the Program Director, and is a member of the Multidisciplinary team.

Duties and Responsibilities

Responsible for the provision of skilled nursing assessment, planning, and care in order to maximize the comfort and health of patients.

Qualifications

  • Current CA Registered Nurse certificate required
  • Experience with disabled adults and frail elders in a multi-ethnic setting is preferred
  • Second language is desirable
  • Ability to communicate readily and effectively in English, orally and in writing
  • Computer skills, including MS Office and database entry

Working Environment

Must be able to safely perform all physical and manual movements needed for job functions. Must be able to carry out job instructions promptly and willingly, and to follow established procedures accurately. And, must be flexible, positive and cooperative in solving problems and working with other staff in constantly changing and sometimes stressful circumstances.

Physical Demands

  • Frequent standing and walking, bend/stoop, squat, reach above the shoulders, twist and turn, kneel, and push/pull.
  • Frequently be required to lift/pull/push/move up to 50 pounds
  • Visual ability: Near acuity; 8" to 16", Mid-focal acuity: 16inches to 3', Far visual acuity; 20' and greater
  • Must utilize conversational speech for effective verbal communication
  • Noise level is high in some participant care areas
  • Must be able to hear equipment alarms, overhead pages, and direct verbal communication

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach forward with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Relocation

We are NOT able to provide relocation for this position.

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include RN in the subject line.

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Behavioral Health Specialist

The Behavioral Health Specialist is responsible for overseeing the mental, emotional, and behavioral health needs of a formerly homeless elderly population living in supportive housing (Direct Access to Housing – DAH) and attending Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) in San Francisco.

Responsibilities

  • Provides the ADHC center staff support for addressing mental, emotional and behavioral health needs of intakes and initial assessments and ongoing assessments for all DAH residents;
  • Provides counseling, support and intervention to DAH residents and ADHC clients as needed in areas of behavioral management, caregiver stress, coping strategies, case management and linkage with community resources and other issues as needed;
  • Develops and monitors individual plan of care (IPC) for each DAH resident with measurable goals;
  • Facilitates weekly support and/or education groups that address clients’ psycho-social and educational needs;
  • Meets with ADHC social worker and DAH housing social worker on regular basis to discuss and document client case review.

Qualifications: 

  • Licensed as clinical social worker by the California Board of Behavioral Science or licensed as MFT.
  • Knowledgeable of the physical, psychological, emotional, and social needs of the elderly.
  • Experience in the provision of counseling, behavioral health therapies, support groups, and assessments preferred.
  • Experience in adult day support services is desirable. 

Hours & Compensation: This is a 20 hour a week non-exempt position. Comprehensive benefits package includes employer-paid medical, dental, and life insurance; 403(b) plan; and vacation and sick leave. Compensation is DOE.

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include “Behavioral Health Specialist” in subject line.

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Program Aide

Job Summary

Under supervision of the Program Director, the Program Aide will provide personal care, participant escort, assist in the gym, lead activities, assist instructors with classes, and help serve meals and snacks, clean, assist with laundry and other duties as needed. The Program Aide may also be requested to work during program special events.

Responsibilities

  • Sets up the room for the daily program and maintains neatness and order in program rooms and restrooms.
  • If bilingual, provide interpretation both at work and in participant’s homes as needed
  • Assists participants to and from their buses, cars or apartments if close by, oversees and assists with safety protocols in loading zone
  • Assists participants with personal care, personal hygiene and grooming.
  • Organizes and distributes lunches, snacks and clean-up, and assists participants with meals, as needed.
  • Helps/lead teachers and staff with daily activities, assists Activity Coordinator with special events/parties, and keeps the Activity Coordinator informed of needed supplies.
  • Attends all mandatory staff trainings and in-services
  • Socializes with participants and helps them initiate/participate
  • Monitors behavior of participants (disposition, wandering)
  • Monitors overall activities to ensure participants remain inside designated areas
  • May open and close premises and make reminder phone calls to participants in the mornings for their van pick up.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

A Program Aide should have a high school diploma and a demonstrable aptitude in working with people with physical and mental disabilities. He/She must obtain a CPR card keeping it current and attend training/in-service sessions. The Program Aide must be responsible, flexible with their work schedule and work well with others. Experience in working with frail & elderly, handicapped, or people with dementia are preferred.

Must be able to do the following

  • Complete job application
  • Conduct job interview in English
  • Effectively communicate in English
  • Safely perform all physical movements needed for job
  • Safely transfer clients during personal care needs, cleaning restrooms, and escorting clients home

Working Environment

Must be able to safely perform all physical and manual movements needed for job functions, which includes transfer of clients, assisting with personal care, meals service, special events, cleaning in rest rooms, escorting client’s home, helping with loading and unloading of client vans, and other needed tasks. Must be able to carry out job instructions promptly and willingly, and to follow established procedures accurately. And, must be flexible, positive and cooperative in solving problems and working with other staff in constantly changing and sometimes stressful circumstances

Physical Demands

  • Ability to lift twenty-five (25) pounds. Moving, lifting or transferring of patients may involve lifting of up to 100 pounds
  • Ability to stand for extended periods
  • Effectively communicate in English
  • Fine motor skills
  • Visual acuity

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach forward with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Relocation

We are NOT able to provide relocation for this position.

To apply: Please complete the application above and submit, along with a resume, if available, to hr@steppingstonehealth.org; include “Program Aide” in the subject line.

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Social Worker

Under the supervision of the SteppingStone ADHC Program Director and as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, the Social Worker is responsible for the assessment and reassessment of participants in the Adult Day Health Care (ADHC) program.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Develop appropriate care plan for individuals admitted to program, monitor implementation, document progress of care plan and revise as necessary, on a bi-annual basis at minimum.
  • Provide counseling, support and intervention to participants and caregivers in the areas of behavioral management, caregiver stress, coping strategies, and other issues as needed.
  • Discuss long-term care plan and schedule a discharge meeting with families and Program Director.
  • Serve as a liaison with the participant’s caregiver and other community services involved in care and with the inter-disciplinary team as needed.
  • Report suspected verbal, physical, fiduciary, and/or sexual abuse to appropriate monitoring agencies
  • Monitor participant attendance and case mix and center daily attendance
  • Facilitate weekly and or monthly support groups when appropriate.
  • Conduct outreach with clients, families, service providers, community organizations, and other third parties to generate awareness of services provided and facilitate client referrals and retention.

Qualifications

  • Master’s Degree from an accredited school of social work.
  • Knowledge of the physical, mental, and social needs of disabled adults and the elderly; have demonstrable aptitude working with the elderly, cognitively and physically disabled.
  • Experience in counseling, facilitating support groups and conducting participant assessments.
  • Experience in adult day support services (health) is preferred.

Working Environment

Must be able to safely perform all physical and manual movements needed for job functions. Must be able to carry out job instructions promptly and willingly, and to follow established procedures accurately. And, must be flexible, positive and cooperative in solving problems and working with other staff in constantly changing and sometimes stressful circumstances.

Physical Demands

A Social Worker must be able to move around the facility as well as sit at a workstation. Lifting up to 10 lbs. occurs about half the time, while up to and above 25 lbs. Occurs only occasionally.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach forward with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Relocation

We are NOT able to provide relocation for this position.

Hours & Compensation: Hours are Monday – Friday, 8am – 4:30pm. The hourly rate is $25.00/hr.

Comprehensive benefits package includes employer-paid medical, dental, and life insurance; 403(b) plan; and vacation and sick leave.

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include “Social Worker” in subject line.

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On-call Licensed Vocational Nurse

Job Summary

Under the supervision of the Registered Nurse, the LVN is responsible for carrying out specific direct patient care duties under the direction of the RN and for helping with personal care, meals, treatments and therapy. Must attend all required staff and training meetings. The hours for this position are 7 hours/day, 5 days/week.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Direct patient care:
    • Prepare and administer medications (oral and hypodermic), tuberculin skin tests, and random blood sugar tests, and insulin shots as needed.
    • Provide dressing changes
    • Assist RN with six month and quarterly assessments
    • Measure vital signs; administer neurological checks
    • Provide basic emergency care; CPR, First Aid
    • Assess client for pain
    • Administers nursing skin and nail care to clients as needed
    • Oversee client personal care, and provide assistance as needed
    • Advise meal changes if needed
    • Weighs clients and records information
    • Provide catheter care; sterile irrigations assistance, as needed
  • Daily charting of medications, RBS; progress notes as needed on nursing treatments; flow sheet filing; assist RN with quarterly assessments
  • Assists with lunch set up and feeding
  • If bilingual, provides translation services
  • Attends required staff and training meetings
  • Assists in clean-up of nursing areas
  • Cooperates with all staff as needed for meals service, personal care, special event and other tasks as requested by supervisor or program director. Other duties as assigned
  • May work in other NSM-ADH programs

Qualifications

Must be licensed as a vocational nurse with a current California LVN license. Two years of experience and familiarity with the needs of the frail is desirable. Current CPR and First Aide certificates are required. Must be able to communicate readily and effectively in English, orally and in writing.

Working Environment

Must be able to safely perform all physical and manual movements needed for job functions, which includes transfer of clients, assisting with personal care, meals service, special events, cleaning in rest rooms, escorting client’s home, helping with loading and unloading of client vans, and other needed tasks. Must be able to carry out job instructions promptly and willingly, and to follow established procedures accurately. And, must be flexible, positive and cooperative in solving problems and working with other staff in constantly changing and sometimes stressful circumstances.

Physical Demands

  • Ability to lift twenty-five (25) pounds. Moving, lifting or transferring of patients may involve lifting of up to 100 pounds.
  • Ability to stand for extended periods
  • Fine motor skills
  • Visual acuity

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; and reach forward with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit and stoop, kneel, or crouch. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Relocation

We are NOT able to provide relocation for this position.

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include “On Call LVN” in subject line.

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On-call Program Aide

The On-call Program Aide is available for fill-in staffing at any of SteppingStone’s four ADHC centers. The On-call Program Aide will provide personal care, participant escort, gym assistance, and activity leadership, and will assist with class instruction, meal/snack service, cleaning, laundry, and other duties as needed. The On-call Program Aide may also be requested to work during program special events. The position reports to the Program Director.

Responsibilities

  • Room set-up for daily programs; maintains neat and orderly program rooms and restrooms.
  • If bilingual, provide interpretation both at work and in participants’ homes, as needed.
  • Assists participants to and from their buses, cars or apartments if close by; oversees and assists with safety protocols in loading zone.
  • Assists participants with personal care, personal hygiene and grooming.
  • Organizes and distributes lunches, snacks and clean-up, and assists participants with meals, as needed.
  • Helps lead teachers and staff with daily activities and special events/parties, maintains supply log.
  • If assists in gym, must complete daily flow sheets and documentation.
  • Socializes with participants and helps them initiate/participate, monitoring behavior.
  • May open and close premises and make reminder phone calls to participants in the mornings for their van pick up.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

  • A high school diploma and a demonstrable aptitude in working with people with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Language skills desired: Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Mandarin, or Russian.
  • Responsible, flexible, and a team-player.
  • Experience working with frail and elderly adults, people with disabilities, or people with dementia is preferred.
  • Effective written and verbal English communication skills.
  • Ability to safely lift 25 pounds, squat/stand easily, and transfer clients during personal care needs, cleaning restrooms, and escorting clients home.

Hours & Compensation: This is an on-call position, Monday – Friday, 8:30am-2:30pm. The position will work at each of the organization’s four centers, as needed. The hourly rate for the On-call Program Aide is $14.00/hour.

To apply: Please complete the application above and submit, along with a resume, if available, to hr@steppingstonehealth.org; include “On-call Program Aide” in the subject line.

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On-call Registered Nurse (RN)

SteppingStone seeks a Registered Nurse. This is an on-call position to be shared among SteppingStone’s four (4) San Francisco ADHC centers.

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for the provision of skilled nursing assessment, planning, and care in order to maximize the comfort and health of patients Qualifications:
  • Current CA Registered Nurse certificate required
  • Experience with disabled adults and frail elders in a multi-ethnic setting is preferred
  • Second language is desirable
  • Ability to communicate readily and effectively in English, orally and in writing
  • Computer skills, including MS Office and database entry

Hours & Compensation: This is an on-call position, Monday – Friday daytimes only, 8 hours/day. The position will work at each of the organization’s four centers, as needed. The hourly rate for the on-call Registered Nurse is $28.50.

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include On-call RN in subject line.

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On-call Social Worker

The On-call Social Worker is available for fill in staffing at any of SteppingStone’s four ADHC centers to oversee direct social work services to the ADHC participants.  The position is supervised by the center’s program director and may provide social work support as relevant to ADHC participants’ individual care plans.  They are available for mental health crisis intervention and liaison with family and social service agencies if needed.  The On-call Social Worker will document services provided in participant’s individual records.
Qualifications

  • Masters in Social Work by accredited school of social work or person licensed as a clinical social worker by the California Board of Behavioral Science Examiners
  • Experience with disabled adults and frail elders in a multi-ethnic setting is preferred
  • Ability to communicate readily and effectively in English, orally and in writing 
  • Computer skills, including MS Office and database entry

Hours & Compensation: This is an on-call position, Monday – Friday, 8:30 am-3:30 pm.  The position will work at each of the organization’s four centers, as needed.  The hourly rate for the On Call Social Worker is $23.75/hr.

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include “On Call Social Worker” in subject line.

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On-call Social Worker Assistant

SteppingStone Adult Day Health is San Francisco's largest provider of Adult Day Health Care (ADHC).  Licensed by the State Department of Public Health and certified as a MediCal provider with the California Department of Aging, the organization has worked since 1983 to help frail seniors and disabled adults overcome the obstacles to independent living by providing a cost-effective, stimulating, and comprehensive set of health and social services that that are all available under one roof.

Each of the organization's four centers provides an array of services, including nursing and personal care; medical social work services; meals and nutritional services; medication management; physical, occupational, and speech therapies; and social and recreational activities; as well as round trip transportation via wheelchair accessible vans. Presently, SteppingStone serves over 300 ethnically diverse seniors and adults with disabilities each month.

The On-call Social Worker Assistant is available for fill in staffing at any of SteppingStone’s four ADHC centers to assist with direct social work services to the ADHC participants.  The position is supervised by the ADHC Social Worker and may assist in activities at the center.  They may also assist in certifying ADHC eligibility and care coordination, to include communications with family, transportation provider, and social service agencies. 
Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work or related field
  • Experience with disabled adults and frail elders in a multi-ethnic setting is preferred
  • Ability to communicate readily and effectively in English, orally and in writing
  • Computer skills, including MS Office and database entry

Hours & Compensation: This is an on-call position, Monday – Friday, 8:30-2:30.  The position will work at each of the organization’s four centers, as needed.  The hourly rate for the On Call Social Worker Assistant is $19.95/hr.

To apply: Please email cover letter and resume to hr@steppingstonehealth.org and include “On Call Social Worker Assistant” in subject line.

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Notice to Candidates

If you meet the minimum qualifications for a position currently being advertised then you should follow the instructions on the job announcement. Application materials not related to a current job announcement are not accepted.

SteppingStone utilizes both On-Call and Regularly Scheduled staff to provide a wide range of services including skilled nursing, physical and occupational therapy, medical social services, transportation, personal care assistance, art therapy, and nutrition education.