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Scheduling Manager

About HouseWorks

Fueled by a real understanding of today’s challenges, HouseWorks is committed to a fundamental re-imagining of what it means to age. With over 20 years of operating experience, we have built a replicable service prototype; developed profitable, long standing referral relationships with hospitals, SNFs, health care systems and senior housing; and created an innovative brand that positions us to serve the future customer.  HouseWorks has grown to be one of the largest single-site private home care companies in the country and is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of its employees and the people it serves. 

We are embarking on an exciting new growth chapter that focuses on client service excellence, caregiver engagement, technological innovation, and growth in new markets. 

The Opportunity

We are a mission-driven organization that is dedicated to improving the lives of seniors as they age.  We are passionate about what we do -- providing seniors and their families with a vetted and coordinated in-home service network that is high-touch, tech-enabled, compassionate and extremely well managed. We are in the exciting and dynamic home healthcare industry.  Our market opportunity is large and growing as the baby boomers age and the home increasingly becomes the epicenter for care as consumers demand convenience and lower-cost solutions. 

Our people are our greatest asset! 

Do you have a knack for problem solving and love working with people? Join our Client Services Team today! At HouseWorks, we are hiring for a Client Services Manager. This position is responsible for ensuring an exceptional client/caregiver experience. 

Responsibilities and Duties

Client Relationship.

  • The successful candidate will work to exceed the expectations of our home care clients by being responsive, helpful and friendly. 
  • He/she will get to know each client through an initial assessment and/or through ongoing telephone calls/visits with the client. 
  • The client services manager will respond as quickly as possible to all home care client questions and will work with each client to ensure we’re helping them age at home with dignity.

Scheduling. 

  • We expect our Client Services Manager to be customer-service focused, with attention to detail and efficiency. If you're comfortable working with caregivers and clients to get their scheduling needs met and like the human-element of matching caregivers to cases, HouseWorks wants to hear from you!

Documentation and feedback support. 

  • In our fast-paced, high-volume office, the Client Services Manager works collaboratively with open communication to get the work done. We ask that calls and documentation are completed in a timely manner, with detail and any relevant information is communicated to appropriate team members.

Caregiver connections and relationships. 

  • The Client Services Manager is very focused on supporting the Caregiver associates at HouseWorks and making their jobs as uncomplicated as possible. We ask that all team members focus on developing relationships with Caregivers and are comfortable providing feedback; To do this, we expect candidates to have an exceptional customer service demeanor and great communication skills, with the ability to remain calm, patient, professional and solution-focused during difficult conversations or situations.

Qualifications and Skills

Experience and Abilities. At least one year experience in a related position and/or field.

Skills and Characteristics. Ideal candidates have an upbeat attitude, like solving problems and can thrive in a fast-paced environment that is very people-centered.

Time Commitment. To be a great fit for this position, a candidate must be available for a full-time position.

Benefits and Perks

Benefits. We offer a competitive benefits package that includes medical coverage, 401k retirement option, paid holiday and sick time and other voluntary benefits. We also offer a robust Employee Assistance Program and Training and Workshop opportunities for your professional development.


Support Through a Culture of Learning and Employee Engagement. Although Caregivers are working remotely, our dedicated Client Service Team Members are focused on building relationships with clients and caregivers alike. When you join the team at HouseWorks, you have access to our resources!

Potential Compensation

This role will be part of the operations team with an annual cash compensation in the $35,000-40,000 range.

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