Cornerstone Community, a nonprofit adult family home for special needs adults in Leavenworth, WA, is looking for a regular weekend caregiver.  This is a 32-hour position with full benefits (paid time off and medical / dental insurance), and a sleeping stipend for each night spent.  The position includes a 3-11pm shift on Friday, a 7am-11pm Saturday shift, and a 7am – 3pm Sunday shift. (with two sleepover nights).  The right person for this position will first and foremost have a deep compassion for all people, the heart of a servant, and an abundance of patience.  They would also need to be self-motivated, able to handle multiple tasks, and able to be flexible with changes.  We are looking for someone for whom this would be more than a job, but also a commitment to the health and well-being of the residents and a willingness to join our “family”.  It would be helpful if the applicant had experience working with the special needs population, and had either a CNA license, or is a certified Home Care Aid (HCA).  However, we would be willing to provide the training and help to get the certifications needed for the right individual.  Background checks and fingerprinting are required for all employees.  Duties include assisting the residents with their activities of daily living, including grooming, laundry, preparing and serving meals, transporting residents to weekend activities in the home’s van, and coming up with activities for those weekends where none exist.  Cornerstone is an equal opportunity employer.  We pride ourselves in being able to offer a very competitive caregiver wage.  If you would be interested in possibly joining our family here at Cornerstone, contact Resident Manager Carl Florea at 888-3311 or at carl@uvmend.org for a full job description.


The Cornerstone Family with Friends Santa and Mrs. Claus and honorary member Jennifer Beem of Cashmere.


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