While the world is cautioned to stay home in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, BAYADA’s mission to safely keep people there has never been more important. Without home care, our clients risk infection and hospitalization, at hospitals with already-strained resources.

With the protection of our clients and caregivers as our highest priority, we have mobilized a swift, efficient, and comprehensive response so that we can stay on the front lines, giving care—safely. If you’re the type of person who rises to the occasion and wants to make a difference in the lives of others, we want to meet you (virtually, even)! We can work through this crisis—together.

BAYADA Behavioral Health is looking for Paraprofessionals with compassion, excellence and reliability. Our Paraprofessionals provide 1:1 services to students exhibiting a combination of severe social, communication and behavioral needs. Services are provided in school or community settings working with children ages three to twenty. Work hours are primarily from 7:30am to 2:00pm or possibly later.

Immediate openings up to $500 sign on bonus for qualified candidates. Call us for details!

BAYADA offers Paraprofessionals:

  • Competitive salary starting at $16-$18 per hour (ask about higher pay rates for hard to staff locations)
  • Weekly pay
  • Career growth opportunities
  • Mentoring and clinical support from your behavior services manager
  • Tuition reimbursement and scholarship programs
  • 401(k)
  • Paid Time Off

Qualifications for Paraprofessionals:

  • A minimum of 48 college credits (including both Math & English at levels 100 or higher) OR
  • Passing score of 459 on Paraprofessional Assessment exam 

 

Job Responsibilities for Paraprofessionals:

  • Work one to one with clients on their individuals educational plan goals and objectives under the direction of the classroom teacher with the support of your Bayada Behavioral Services Manager.
  • Collect daily client data

 

Please contact Patti-Anne Takakura at ptakakura@bayada.com or (808) 244-6879 to join our team!

If you are interested in supporting individuals with disabilities to reach their fullest potential, then this is the position for you! At BAYADA, our clients come first and our employees are our greatest asset. Please contact us today to join our amazing team of professionals who have compassion, strive for excellence, and provide reliable services.

 

BAYADA Home Care is a 501c(3) non-profit organization dedicated to serving the home health care needs of the citizens of Hawaii. Our high-quality, compassionate charitable care includes behavioral health services to help children and adults with autism achieve maximum independence at home, at school, and in their communities; assistive care (personal and home support) to help with activities of daily living; adult and pediatric nursing to care for chronic and acute conditions; and habilitation services to help people with developmental and intellectual disabilities live more independently. As a non-profit organization, we believe we have a greater opportunity to work toward our vision of helping millions of people worldwide experience a better quality of life.

 BAYADA Home Care is governed by and adheres to the laws and requirements of a non-profit organization and is a completely separate legal entity from BAYADA Home Health Care, our founding organization. Through a management services contract, BAYADA Home Health Care provides support services only.

 While BAYADA Home Care is a separate organization, it shares the same mission, vision, values, and purpose on which BAYADA Home Health Care was founded in 1975. That means our clients come first and we are dedicated to helping them have a safe home life with comfort, independence, and dignity. The high quality care we provide will always be delivered with compassion, excellence, and reliability—our core values and the heart of The BAYADA Way.

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