Career Opportunities

Assistant Administrator

The Assistant Administrator must be an individual who has education, experience and knowledge related to home care services and at least one year overall administrative experience in home health care or related home care program appropriate to the fulfillment of the position's responsibilities.

Knowledge of medical, behavioral, habilitative and rehabilitative conditions and requirements of Alaska PCA and HCB Waiver services programs population, including current knowledge of laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to service programs.


Direct Service Provider

The Direct Service Provider (DSP) is a non-professional employee, trained to provide personal care, habilitative care, respite, chore and related services in the home.

Tasks may include assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, and more.  Other related services may include dietary management, household services essential to maintain the client's health and well-being, and provision of and instruction in reporting signs, symptoms, and/or changes in the client's condition.
The DSP shall coach/mentor clients in daily goals to assist in living independently.

This position has the chance to increase to full-time depending on availability.


Consumer-Directed Personal Care Assistant

Description: The Consumer Directed Personal Care Assistant (CDPCA) is a non-professional employee that provides personal care and related services for a Medicaid qualified Consumer in the Consumer’s home. He/She functions under the direction, instruction, and supervision of the Consumer, with the support of the ILS Director and are required to meet the identified needs documented in the Plan of Care. Tasks may include assistance with bathing, dressing, toileting, cooking and more. Cornerstone Home Care acts as the fiscal payroll agent only.

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ILS Supervisor

Independent Living Services Supervisor

Preferred CNA or PCA with at least 1 year of direct client care experience, or higher. Must be detail oriented, organized, & able to adequately use basic office computer programs w/ reliable computer skills. Must be willing to obtain current CPR and First Aid Certification.

Responsibilities include; interviewing potential staff, training and providing orientation along with annual evaluations for staff. Assist with scheduling of all paraprofessional services in conjunction with client needs Assure that client basic care needs are met when staff/scheduling problems occur. Provide quality client care within established scope practice. Make both routine and unscheduled supervisory visits and documents findings.

Schedule and perform client intake interview of appropriate referrals. Completes, schedules and performs initial & renewal Personal Care Screenings and semi-annual Personal Care Assessments for clients. Assess client needs, & draft assignment sheets in coordination with the ILS Program Director. Monitors compliance with client approved plans of care. Reports pertinent changes in the client’s condition (physical, social and emotional) as well as staffing issues during weekly ILS meeting and as needed in a timely manner.

Required application may be found at under the Careers heading.

SALARY: $16 - $18 DOE to start


Requirements for Employment

Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must be able to pass State and Federal Background Check
- Must obtain CPR/First Aid/AED Certificate prior to 1st day of field work
- Negative TB test results (For CDPCA only if requested by client)
-Orientation and other In-service trainings
- If driving: current driver's license and current auto insurance
- Driving Record