The Parisian home care and assistance service of the Foundation offers support for the home care of elderly people and adults with disabilities. Working with a multidisciplinary team, our establishment is made up of several departments:
A home nursing service (SSIAD) with 310 places in the 20th arrondissement (AMSAD -29 rue Planchat)
A home nursing service (SSIAD) with 120 places in the 15th arrondissement (Presence à Domicile – 214 rue Lecourbe)
A service provider of home help (SAD) which provides 130,000 hours of services per year from the branches of the 15th and 20th arrondissements of Paris
A social life support service (SAVS) with 50 places in the 20th arrondissement (AMSAD -69 rue de la Plaine)
Under the responsibility of the sector manager and in conjunction with a multidisciplinary team, you work with our beneficiaries aged over 60 and/or with disabilities to:
Help with the toilet
Assistance with meal preparation
Help with getting up and going to bed
Accompaniment to outings and appointments
This list is not exhaustive.
You have a DEAVS (social life assistant) or family life assistant (ADVF) diploma or a Health and Social BEP or are in training in a 1st year nursing school or nursing assistant.
You work 1 weekend per month.
You show patience, human qualities, are autonomous and know how to work in a team, you are organized, know how to respond to emergency situations and demonstrate ethics.
And above all, you are a motivated, smiling and dynamic person.
Our benefits and working conditions:
Full or part time
Remuneration according to CCN ADB
100% reimbursement of the transport ticket
Restaurant vouchers worth €8 (€3.20 paid by the employee)
Establishment committee (culture vouchers, cinema tickets, tickets for Disneyland, etc.)
Mutual (60% covered by the employer)
Optimization of travel time between each beneficiary (micro sectors)
75020 Paris 20th District
Type of Contract
Parisian Home Help and Care Service Léopold Bellan
Annual gross salary
According to profile
This position is open to recognized disabled workers