Campus Care Attendant Per Diem - Orland Park

Job Locations US-IL-Des Plaines
Job ID
Private Duty




As defined in this Part and under the Act, Home Services or in-home services means assistance with activities of daily living , housekeeping, personal laundry, and companionship provided to an individual in his or her personal residence, which are intended to enable that individual to remain safely and comfortably in his or her own personal residence. Home Services or in home services does not include services that would be required to be performed by an individual licensed under the Nurse Practice Act. (Section 2.09 of the Act) Home services are focused on providing assistance that is not medical in nature, but is based upon assisting the client in meeting the demands of living independently and maintaining a personal residence, such as companionship, cleaning, laundry, shopping, meal preparation, dressing, and bathing.


Caring for Our Own Family – AVAILABLE BENEFITS

Great Lakes Caring health care professionals are our most important and treasured asset. Without their caring, compassion and commitment to providing absolute superior quality health care services, we would not continue to succeed like we have. The road to better health care starts with a State-of-the-Heart work environment. Therefore, we place a great emphasis on providing resources and benefits that enhance the workplace and the work lives of our team members.


These benefits include access to:

  • Health insurance plans
  • Flexible spending accounts—medical and dependent
  • Dental plans
  • Retirement savings (401k)
  • Life insurance
  • NURSECAR℠ company car program
  • Travel reimbursement
  • Mobile electronic devices
  • Disability insurance—short and long term
  • Regular bonuses
  • Paid time off
  • Recognition for exceptional performance
  • Annual awards program
  • Special company events and raffles
  • Send Us An Angel employee referral bonus program

Physical Demands

  • Complete required work on a daily basis.
  • Cope with work involving ill, disabled, and dying patients.
  • Sit, stand, bend, lift, and move intermittently. (Must be able to lift 80-100lbs)
  • Move equipment and supplies necessary for job functions.
  • Read, speak and write English in order to fulfill job functions in an understandable way.
  • See/hear or use prosthetics that enable accomplishment of job.
  • Meet the health requirements of the agency.
  • May have possible exposure to infectious diseases.
  • Abide by all occupational safety and bloodborne pathogen protocol to minimize illness and/or injury.
  • Move, support and/or transfer patients as required to perform essential functions of position.


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