San Marcos stay-at-home mom is seeking a caring and responsible nurse (LVN or RN) to provide homecare services to our 12 year old son, in our home. Candidate will be hired by Maxim Healthcare Services for $17.50 per hour and must be able to pass their drug screen, background and fingerprint checks. Candidate must be reliable, have reliable transportation, and be on time (especially during the school year).
Competitive at $17.50 Per hour
Current open shift is 31 – 37 hours per week (up to 37 hours for March and 31 hours for all other months) which consists of 1 weekend day (hours to be set by candidate) and 2 weekdays (8:30 am – 4:30 pm during school year) as well as 2 late afternoon/early evenings (4:30 pm to either 7:30 pm or 8:30 pm). I need someone who can start the weekdays at 8:30 am during the school year so I can take our 8 year old daughter to school, and AM FLEXIBLE WITH THE START TIME THE REST OF THE YEAR. An example of the shifts would be as follows: MARCH=37 hours: 8 hours on Saturday or Sunday (to be set by candidate), 2 8-hour weekday shifts (8:30 am – 4:30 pm during school year) and late afternoon/early evening shifts to use up the additional 13 hours for March. All other months would be something like 8 hours on Saturday or Sunday (to be set by candidate), 2 8-hour weekday shifts (8:30 am – 4:30 pm during school year) and late afternoon/early evening shifts to use up the additional 7 hours per week.
Thursday DAY 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (Can change hours during holiday and summer breaks) Friday DAY 8:30 am – 4:30 pm (Can change hours during holiday and summer breaks) Saturday DAY Ideally 9:00 am – 5:00 pm but I AM TOTALLY FLEXIBLE. Sunday through Wednesday LATE AFTERNOONS/EARLY EVENINGS: 4:30 pm until the rest of the 7 weekly hours are used up (or the 13 weekly hours for March are used up).
Patient has Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (an uncontrolled mixed seizure disorder), Mild Ataxia Cerebral Palsy (but is ambulatory), Severe Mental Retardation (is non-verbal but very vocal at times), is incontinent (but assists with diaper changes by lifting his buttocks as well as assists with putting arms through shirt sleeves), and has Sensory Integration Dysfunction (the brain’s inability to process the information the senses send, which is why he needs to swing-propreiceptive/vestibular issues). Patient is a very happy pre-teen.
Bathing , dressing, feeding, administering medication, assist mom with LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING which is limited to loading/unloading the dishwasher, folding/putting away patient’s laundry, changing patient’s sheet on bed, and maintaining medical equipment. Patient needs constant supervision due to seizure activity.
If interested, please contact Kim Carpenter at 760-497-3837.
I look forward to talking with you soon. Thank you and God Bless.