A career in home health care is a rewarding path, allowing you to make a real difference in people’s lives every day. Pursuing a career path with Hi-Pointe Care Solutions will allow you to develop and use your skills in our pediatric, home health, assistive care or adult nursing specialties. As a Hi-Pointe professional, you will take advantage of training, mentoring, support and supervision to help you develop and grow your leadership potential. From your first day of orientation through ongoing training in best practices, new protocols, and effective communication, Hi-Pointe will nurture your success and create opportunities for you to achieve your career goals.
The hiring process and requirements for each position will vary based on state regulations, our accreditation standards and client requirements. You will first come to the office for an interview. During the interview, you will be required to take and pass a written competency test and skills test if required by the position. You will then be interviewed by our HR department and case managers where we get to know you better, understand your career goals. We will discuss the type of work we do and your pay. Your second visit to our office will be for new employee orientation where you learn all about working for us. We want you to feel comfortable with our clients and us. We will orient you on our process and procedures.
For your interview, please bring the following original, unexpired documentation:
Because of the sensitive nature of the type of work we do, we conduct an extensive background check including Virginia State Police criminal history, national sex offender registry, Federal Office of Inspector General Exclusions List, child protective services registry check, credit check, DMV check, 3 personal references and 3 employment references. You will also be required to successfully pass a drug screening.
Hi-Pointe Care Solutions is committed to safeguarding the welfare of its clients, which includes vulnerable adults, and special needs children. Any felony conviction, barrier crime, crime against a person and most misdemeanor convictions will prevent employment with us. We are legally allowed to ask criminal history questions as a condition of employment because of the sensitive nature of the work we do with vulnerable individuals in an unsupervised home setting.
Please note that omitting criminal offense information or providing false or misleading statements on your employment application or verbally during the interview process constitutes a misdemeanour offense under Virginia law, and we prosecute those offenses to the fullest extent allowable by law. All information you provide us will be verified through extensive research.
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