Job Opportunities

The Jewish Home’s more than 650 talented, dedicated employees are the most important element in achieving and maintaining our excellent standards as a premier healthcare facility.

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We provide an enjoyable and satisfying work environment, as evinced by the significant number of persons with 20 or more years of employment at the Home.

We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome diversity in every way. Our multicultural, multiethnic, and multidenominational staff reflects the cultural richness of the Bay Area.

We support our employees by offering a competitive benefits package that addresses a varied range of employee health and wellness needs.

Wednesday, July 8, 2015

1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Jewish Home of San Francisco

Rosenberg Clinic Lobby

Who Should Attend?

  • Experienced RNs
  • Newly licensed as an RN
  • Nursing professionals who wish to join one of California’s largest and leading healthcare facilities

Why Should You Work
at the Jewish Home?

  • We provide an enjoyable and satisfying work environment
  • We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome diversity in every way
  • We offer a competitive
    benefits package

Registered Nurse (On-call)

Position overview

The on-call registered nurse is responsible for the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive, individualized resident care.


  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing
  • Current California licensure as a registered nurse
  • Current CPR certification
  • BS degree preferred

Discharge Planner/Social Worker

Position overview

As a member of the short-term and rehabilitation services (STARS) team, the discharge planner/social worker provides psychosocial support to patients and their families, facilitates discharges, meets documentation requirements, and functions as a member of the interdisciplinary team.

Essential Job Functions

  • Coordinate with the interdisciplinary team and other departments in the provision of social and discharge services
  • Complete comprehensive psychosocial assessment of patients
  • Coordinate discharge planning, working as a liaison between the patients, their family, other departments, and community referrals
  • Assist patients and families with concrete services
  • Respond to crisis situations as presented by patients, families, and staff
  • Provide/facilitate individual counseling to patients and families as needed
  • Participate in the formulation of patient care plans and develop goals and treatments for social work service
  • Maintain accurate and timely documentation which complies with federal/state regulations and Jewish Home policy, including but not limited to Initial Assessments, MDS/RAPS, Psychosocial/Mental Status Assessments, weekly IDT Medicare forms, care plan, Social Service Progress notes, and discharge planning
  • Maintain the confidentiality of necessary information
  • Act as a patient advocate and ensure patients are informed of their rights and responsibilities and insurance benefits, as well as changes that may affect their rights and responsibilities or insurance benefits
  • Work collaboratively with the admissions coordinator to perform room checks post discharge and prior to new admissions
  • Facilitate the transition of long-term care patients from to other units. Coordinate with the unit’s social workers to ensure easy adjustment to another unit; participate in the Transfer Team meeting with interdisciplinary team members
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the director of Social Services


  • Degree in social work, psychology, counseling or related field
  • Exemplary interpersonal skills and the ability to work cooperatively as a member of a team
  • Ability to communicate effectively with patients and their families, and at all levels of the organization
  • Effective time management skills to organize and prioritize the workload
  • Two to four years of experience with case management and discharge planning
  • Understanding of Medicare/Medi-Cal guidelines
  • Knowledge of medical terminology preferred
  • Two to four years of experience in health care and/or senior community

Clinical dietitian (on-call/per diem)

Position overview

The clinical dietitian manages medical nutrition therapy for patients and residents by evaluating the effectiveness of nutritional care, managing physician-ordered therapeutic diets, and providing nutritional education to patients, residents and staff. The dietitian adheres to guidelines set forth by regulatory agencies in order to maintain full accreditation with state and federal regulations.


  • The registered dietitian must have completed an ADA-approved dietetic internship. Must maintain current Commission on Dietetic Registration status
  • Two years of experience as a clinical dietitian, preferred
  • Demonstrated proficiency with MS Office, including Outlook, Word, Excel, automated diet office system and electronic medical records
  • Demonstrated knowledge of specific issues directly related to the age of the patient and resident population
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally in English (both verbal and written) with clients/customers and staff
  • Maintain the confidentiality of employee information
  • Maintain a friendly, efficient attitude toward co-workers and clients/customers
  • Bachelor’s degree in nutrition/dietetics

Environmental Services Steward

Position overview

The steward is responsible for a wide variety of cleaning and household tasks to ensure cleanliness for Jewish Home residents.


  • Some knowledge of the materials, equipment, and methods commonly used in cleaning, disinfecting, and linen/laundry processing
  • Ability to follow simple oral and written directions
  • Ability to perform heavy manual labor
  • Some experience in the performance of custodial work
  • Must be able to stand and walk long distances for up to 8 hours per day
  • Must be able to stoop and work from a kneeling position; perform repetitive bending, reaching, and stretching for 60 percent of the work day
  • Must be able to independently lift and carry up to 30 pounds
  • Must be able to independently push and/or pull wheeled carts and equipment weighing up to 100 pounds over tiled and carpeted surfaces over long distances
  • Must be able to operate a vacuum, work in confined spaces around furniture and breakable objects, and have constant contact with residents
  • Ability to read, write, follow simple instructions, and work in close quarters with others
  • Ability to be flexible and perform any duty that is expected in the area of environmental services

Garden Café Assistant Manager (On-call)

Position overview

The garden café assistant manager assists the manager of the café with all aspects of manager’s responsibilities pertaining to the café’s program, Monday through Friday, and on-call on Sundays.

Essential Job Duties

  • Prepare weekly, bi-weekly and monthly orders with vendors
  • Prepare daily requisition forms and pick up supplies from the kitchen
  • Prepare daily food items and specialty food items for the day
  • Update the Specials board daily
  • Take orders at the counter; process cash sales, residents’ charges, and volunteers’ meals
  • Assemble food orders and prepare espresso drinks
  • Wash, dry, and put away dishes
  • Maintain a clean work station and café seating area
  • Restock items as needed
  • Receive vendor orders, inventory, and stock orders
  • New recipe development to incorporate into the menu
  • Close out cash drawer and prepare the deposit at the end of the day
  • Month-end closing
  • Turn off equipment and lock all doors in the café


  • Ability and desire to work as a cooperative team member with a wide variety of personalities
  • Ability to multitask and work under pressure
  • Punctual and good time management skills
  • Excellent customer services skills
  • Good communication and organization skills
  • Relevant food handling experience
  • Awareness of food safety and sanitary conditions
  • Dependable and self-motivated
  • Ability to stand for long periods of time

Cook (On-call)

Position overview

The cook performs routine preparation and cooking tasks in the kitchen to ensure a high quality of efficiency and profitable food service.

Essential Job Duties

  • Prepare all soups, stocks, sauces; boil, braise, and roast items as per standardized recipes
  • Prepare and serve all sautéed, fried, grilled, steamed ,and baked items as per standardized recipes
  • Prepare or direct the preparation of all food served, following standard recipes and special diet orders
  • Plan food production to coordinate with meal-serving hours, so that excellence, quality, temperature, and appearance of food is preserved
  • Determine the amount and type of food and supplies required for daily menus and see that supplies are obtained from storage areas in adequate time for meal production
  • Maintain assigned work station in a safe and sanitary condition
  • Maintain acceptable standards of personal hygiene and comply with department dress code
  • Attend in-service training and education sessions as assigned
  • Perform specific work duties and responsibilities as assigned by supervisor


  • High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
  • Two years of related food production (hospital, college, etc.), or an associate’s degree or equivalent from a two-year college in culinary-related study
  • Possess current serve-safe certification
  • Ability to communicate effectively and professionally in English (both verbal and written) with clients/customers and staff
  • Ability to understand and perform simple arithmetic (including fractions, percentage, etc.).
  • Ability to understand measurements and conversions for recipe and menu creation
  • Ability to plan and organize work, to interpret instructions, recipes, specifications, and standards
  • Knowledge of kitchen equipment operations and maintenance. Some knowledge of nutrition and diet


  • Able to stand or walk for up to 8 hours per day
  • Able to bend, stoop, and stretch frequently throughout the day
  • Moderate to heavy physical effort needed infrequently
  • Manual dexterity for preparing food
  • Ability to use standard industrial kitchen appliances
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds independently
  • May be exposed to extreme temperatures (freezers and stoves-range burners) for short periods of time
  • May be exposed to industrial cleaning chemicals
  • Must be able to see, hear, and communicate with others
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