Welcome to JFS at Home, LLC’s Employment Section. JFS at Home, LLC comes from an exceptional pedigree. We are affiliated with Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services (JFS) who has provided help, hope and humanity to residents residing in South Palm Beach County since 1979. We here at JFS at Home, LLC plan to build an exceptional brand by hiring the most qualified and professional staff who can express these qualities in the care they provide to our clients. We perform at the highest level, following guidelines mandated by the State, continually educating, training and looking for new ways to improve our skills with our staff whether working in the office or out in the field.
If you are a new applicant and you have already completed a Level II (fingerprint) background check, then please continue with applying by following the instructions below. If you haven’t completed the Level II background screening please select the document titled Background Screening and follow the instructions.
You must provide us with all documents on the Required Documents List, including 2 written references and a resume. All documents that must be submit to successfully complete the application process. In-services are required for all licensed professional: RN’s/LPN’s: Initial in-service requires 4 hours; Bi-annual in-service requires 2 hours. For Aides and CNA’s only: All Aides and CNA’s must complete a total of 12 hours in-service every year. Initial/Biannual in-services are accepted as part of your 12 yearly AHCA required services.
If you are cleared after the background screening, have completed the employment application requirements and provided all mandatory documentation to the agency, then we will contact you within 48 hours of completion to come in for an interview and possible orientation. If you have any questions regarding the employment process please feel free to contact us at the number listed below or you can email us at: HR@jfshome.org.
We look forward to meeting you!
Stacy Williams, RN
JFS at Home, LLC Administrator