Are you working towards a career in healthcare or human services and need a credible and meaningful job experience? Are you interested in gaining hours of patient care experience while developing a network of colleagues and professional references? Begin your healthcare career by joining a compassionate team dedicated to providing quality support, enthusiasm and encouragement to the developmental disability community in Central Ohio.
Ohio At Home is seeking applicants for the position of Patient Care Associate, a service role involving tasks of daily living, behavioral and emotional support, community involvement and direct patient care. Key traits for a successful Patient Care Associate are patience, kindness, teamwork, a passion for service, and an eagerness to learn.
Although the bulk of Ohio At Home’s PCA staff is comprised of pre-health students, all majors and areas of interest are invited to apply. Scheduling is based on the university semester system and can accommodate academic and extracurricular commitments. Past patient care experience is not required to apply, but those with experience are also encouraged.
- You will work to carry out the established care/service plan on a consistent basis with
the objective of encouraging the client to realize his or her full potential.
- You will maintain client safety while accomplishing daily living tasks and assisting the
client in his or her personal and professional engagements.
- You must communicate all relevant client information to supervisors and the entire care
team to foster an environment of compassion, safety and teamwork.
- High School Diploma
- Driver’s license
- Proof of car insurance
- CPR/First Aid certification (within 30 days of accepting employment)
- 8-hour continued education training per state mandate (to be provided by the agency)
To apply: complete the application at https://recruiting.myapps.paychex.com/appone/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=2595202&B_ID=91
Megan Delagrange, Client Relations Coordinator
Monday – Friday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Office: (614) 800-0672 | Cell: (973) 202-5666
Unsure of what to expect in your upcoming interview?
Consider attending an interview workshop! Students can attend this interview workshop. Geared for HRS majors, this workshop will focus on interview etiquette, preparing to answer trickier questions, and types of questions to ask your interviewer.
Three dates/times available before Spring Break!
- Wednesday, February 20th (9-10am) @ 160 Cunz Hall. RSVP here.
- Tuesday, February 26th (2-3pm) @ 235 Atwell Hall. RSVP here.
- Monday, March 4 (3:30-4:30pm) @ 235 Atwell Hall. RSVP here.
Hey guys! I just got an email about a job opportunity that counts as patient care hours for anyone who is interested! The last person who did this job is graduating and got into PA school! Here are the details:
A nurse that I work with is looking for an aide to help out with her 11 year old son, Aidan. He has Autism and an intellectual disability. She is in need of someone to get him off of the bus at about 3:50 pm and stay with him until she gets home from work at about 11:30pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. She lives near Polaris and your duties would consist of providing basic care, helping with homework, establishing a daily routine, and hanging out with Aidan. No prior certifications are required. If you or anyone you know would be interested, even if it is just 2 days a week or a majority of the hours in a day, please contact Amanda Hatfield at 614-421-8695 or via email at email@example.com. She is super nice and willing to be flexible. I have been working with a boy with Autism for a year and a half now and absolutely love it. It’s very fun and rewarding. In addition, grad schools absolutely love it if you are in need of a resume booster. I know you may be worried about getting your homework done, but Aidan goes to bed pretty early so you will have plenty of alone time for that. If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to me first or you can directly ask Amanda.
First Year Experience (FYE) is seeking students as FYE Peer Leaders, a year-round paid position (May-April) to help welcome and support undergraduate students new to Ohio State through their transition to college.
We are committed to selecting students who are passionate about supporting and advocating for historically underserved students and who comprise the diversity of the Ohio State student body.
Join us for a required information session to learn more about how you can relate your successes, your challenges and your story to a new class of first-year students starting in May 2019.
- November 28th at 7pm in the Houston House Grove Room (MAP)
- November 29th at 4pm in the Visits and Events Suite at the Ohio Union (MAP)
- December 2nd at 3pm in the Visits and Events Suite at the Ohio Union (MAP)
- December 3rd at 12pm in Hagerty 0056 (MAP)
- December 6th at 10:30am in Hagerty 0062 (MAP)
- December 6th at 3pm in Schoenbaum 210 (MAP)
- January 8th at 12:30pm in the Alonso Family Room in the Multicultural Center of the Ohio Union (MAP)
- January 9th at the Drackett Tower Pennant Room (MAP)
- January 10th at 7pm in the Visits and Events Suite at the Ohio Union (MAP)
Dates, times, and locations will be updated on our website by November 26th, 2018.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: fye.osu.edu/peerdescription.html
Ready to apply? Applications go live the evening of November 26th! Visit go.osu.edu/plapp to apply by January 13.
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Recruitment Hosts interact with prospective students (and their families) during Undergraduate Admissions recruitment events, home football games and off-season practices, camps and visits. This unique opportunity allows students to share their passion for Ohio State, give back to the university and develop the skills necessary to be successful in the future. The program is currently seeking applicants for the 2019 recruitment year and all undergraduate students are encouraged to apply.
The position description, eligibility requirements and selection process details can be found with the online application at hosts.osu.edu. Applications are due no later than Saturday, November 17.
It is the time of year again for Residence Life to begin the Resident Advisor Recruitment process for next academic year, 2019-2020. We are excited about meeting interested students and talking with you about this key leadership role within the residence halls.
To learn more, find an informational session, and for the most up to date position requirements, expectations and application process can be found at go.osu.edu/RAinfo
RA applications will open on Monday, October 8th and close on Friday, November 9th 2018.
If you have any questions please chat with your RA or Hall Director or Assistant Hall Director!