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Ohana Pacific Management Company, Inc.

COMPANION AIDE (OC) - Stay at Home Healthcare



Job Description
Companion Aide (On Call)

Provides clients with no ”hands on” activities in the client’s home. Assist with basic home maintenance, companionship, escort services, and preserve a safe, sanitary home and to enhance family life. Current Hawaii driver’s license and CPR/First Aid certification required.

Performs job duties in accordance with Ohana Pacific Management Company’s Mission, Vision, Core Values and Core Behaviors.


For More Information about this job contact Human Resources at 482-3702.







About Ohana Pacific Management Company, Inc.
At Ohana Pacific Management Company (OPMC), we are dedicated to caring for Hawaii's Kupuna by serving the islands of Oahu and Kauai with exceptional post acute clinical and rehabilitation services. Our facilities encompass a full spectrum of post acute and long term care including inpatient physical, occupation, and speech therapy; skilled nursing and wound care; adult day health programs; home health and home care services; respite; and Hospice care.

At OPMC, our staff is our most valuable resource. We desire to attract and retain exceptional individuals. We provide equitable compensation and opportunities for personal and professional growth. We recognize and reward staff who achieve excellence in their work. We treat all staff fairly and compassionately.

To learn more about Ohana Pacific's core values, please visit our website: www.OhanaPacific.com








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