Under direction of a supervisor in a health care facility, provides services for residents under indirect as well as direct professional supervision; does other related duties as required. Ancora Psychiatric Hospital is seeking applicants to assist in the care of our adult patients. All positions are hourly, temporary, and non-benefited. As a Temporary Employment Services (TES) worker you cannot work more than 944 hours in a fiscal year. While this entry level position is hourly and non-benefited there is the potential for full time employment with great benefits within 90 days for the right candidates.
NOTE: This position is covered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Rule and Executive Order 283, requiring all employees to be fully vaccinated. To comply with that requirement, employees must provide proof of vaccination status. Please do not submit proof of vaccination at this time; instructions will be provided if an offer of employment results from this Vacancy Announcement.
Effective 9/1/11, NJ PL 70 (NJ First Act), requires all State employees to reside in New Jersey, unless exempted under the law, or current employees who live out-of-state and do not have a break-in service of more than 7 calendar days, as they are “grandfathered.” New employees or current employees who were not grandfathered and who live out-of-state have one year after the date of employment to relocate their residence to New Jersey or request an exemption. Current employees who reside in NJ must retain NJ residency, unless he/she obtains an exemption. Employees who fail to meet the residency requirements or obtain an exemption will be removed from employment.
If interested in this position, forward cover letter and resume PST.APH@doh.nj.gov
Appointees will be required to possess a driver's license valid in New Jersey only if the operation of a vehicle, rather than employee mobility, is necessary to perform essential duties of the position.
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