For its successes, CPHHA relies heavily on the recruitment and retention of qualified, caring, and dedicated professionals. The Human Resources Department is available to answer questions on our employment and compensation policies and to help gain a better understanding of specific commitments CPHHA makes to its employees.
Notification of Position Openings
Chesapeake-Potomac Home Health Agency actively seeks qualified personnel for all job openings. Openings are prominently posted in our office as well as this website, and open positions are not filled until they have been posted for five (5) consecutive working days. It is also the Agency's practice to advertise in newspapers and other internet sites at the same time.
Applicants for employment are expected to complete and sign the official application form, including education, work experience, job history, and references. All applications and resumes submitted that meet the minimum job qualifications are screened to determine candidates for interviews. Applications with resumes are kept on file for one year.
A minimum of two positive written references from previous employers and/or other professional references are required on behalf of each candidate for employment.
The interview process is used as an opportunity to find out about the candidate and provide information pertaining to the job description, conditions of employment, salary range, benefits, and Agency policies. Education and licensure are verified through viewing the original license, certificate or diploma when applicable. As appropriate, candidates are asked to complete written exams, skilled inventory lists or skills tests.
Chesapeake-Potomac Home Health Agency complies with all government regulations concerning equal opportunities.
In accordance with the law, the Agency has an established policy of equal opportunity for all persons without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, age, sexual orientation or Vietnam Era/Disabled Veteran status. The Agency will not discriminate against a disabled applicant who may be capable of performing the essential requirements of the job with reasonable accommodation. In addition, Chesapeake-Potomac Home Health Agency strives to create a work environment free from all forms of sexual harassment and intimidations so that employees may function effectively and without fear in an atmosphere conducive to good business operations.
Relocating to Southern Maryland
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