Provider and Mentor Opportunities

Become a Homecare Provider:

Homecare Providers are dedicated, trusted professionals working to make a positive impact in the lives of our Consumers with compassion and personal care. By helping Consumers to stay engaged, Providers strengthen the San Francisco community.

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Provider role and responsibilities:

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complete the online form to apply:

Become a Mentor:

The most important qualification for a Mentor is to want to help Consumers effectively navigate the IHSS system and to support them in maintaining their independence in the community of their choice. Mentors achieve this by coaching Consumers through finding, hiring and working with their Provider of choice and assisting Consumers in connecting with other services that help them meet other essential needs.

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Mentor role and responsibilities:

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Mentor Application to apply:

Public Authority Job Opportunities

The San Francisco In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority is an Equal Opportunity employer. We actively seek applications from people with disabilities, seniors, women, and people of color.

View our job listings below and click on any of them to apply online:

Benefits Coordinator Posted on July 20, 2018

The Benefits Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Finance and Operations. She or he will perform a variety of skilled administrative and clerical duties directly related to the Independent Provider (IP) IHSS home care workforce benefit health and dental program. These include maintaining IP databases and fields; processing status changes; assisting IPs to enroll/reinstate/cancel benefits; providing information to IPs on benefit eligibility criteria and coverage. … Learn More & Apply Online

  • Status: Full-Time, Non-Exempt
  • Reporting Manager: Director of Finance and Operations
Full Job Description & How to Apply

Program and Administrative Analyst Posted on July 20, 2018

The Program and Administrative Analyst (PAA) is responsible for planning, analyzing, and evaluating the effectiveness of the agency’s programs and operations. This position reports directly to the Deputy Director, and is responsible for developing and running database reports for funders and grant opportunities, overseeing program satisfactory surveys, and performing program and data analysis. In collaboration with the program managers, the PAA helps to identify solutions, work on new initiatives, and contribute to agency-wide projects. Also serves as support staff to perform administrative tasks for client benefits enrollment and tracking, and performing background checks.… Learn More & Apply Online

  • Status: Full-Time / Exempt
  • Reporting Manager: Deputy Director
Full Job Description & How to Apply

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