House Manager Resume Examples

house manager/caregiver

  • Coordinate daily plans with staff, i.e., drivers, housekeeper, chef, etc.
  • Assigning tasks, gathering additional information, setting priorities and communicating responsibilities
  • Communicate with internal and external contacts to facilitate schedules, tasks and responsibilities
  • Ability to adapt and multitask in stressful, often fluid environment. Easily navigate every changing schedule with poise and precision
  • Manage all scheduling for children, including extracurricular activities, medical and dental appointments, school assignments 
  • Manage all required paperwork and payments related to children’s activities
  • Provide support and guidance to children 

house manager

  • Measure patients’ vital signs, including temperature, blood pressure, pulse rate, and respiration
  • Assist patients with daily living activities, such as bathing, dressing, eating, brushing teeth, and using the restroom
  • Collect urine or stool samples required for certain tests by physicians and laboratory technicians
  • Reposition and transfer patients from their beds to wheelchairs, walkers, or other mobile medical equipment for transportation
  • Execute housekeeping tasks, including making patients’ beds, changing bed pans, replacing linens, and collecting laundry
  • Record patients’ health concerns and maintain reports of provided information for nurses to review
  • Educate patients on range-of-motion exercises and stretches to relieve pain or improve functioning with certain chronic conditions

house manager

  • assist in keeping the house clean 
  • preparing food for the family
  • preparing grocery lists 
  • Perform safety techniques, including CPR and first aid, in emergency situations

house manager

  • Managed daily activities for 35-40 women living in a substance abuse treatment 
  • Arranged transportation for all clients to/from work, appts.,classes etc.
  • One on one counseling
  • Led recovery and life classes ex. Trauma and addiction, relapse prevention, anger management
  • Peer support specialist certification

house manager

  • Manage all Doctor appointments for the residents.
  • Manage all medications for each resident.
  • Take all residents to and from all appointments/outings.
  • Manage one other caregiver.

house manager/scheduler

  • Nursing scheduler
  • Supervision of staff of a CBRF
  • Hiring/Termination 
  • CBRF instructor 
  • Coordinating care plans and ISP 
  • Grievances/Investigations
  • Coordinating appointments and Transportation for clients

house manager

  • Supervise all clubhouse staff
  • Prepare weekly rosters for Bar and Catering staff
  • Plan and update event and day to day menus
  • Oversee all operations in the kitchen, dining areas and bar
  • Conduct stock takes
  • Assist in ordering of food and beverages and maintain necessary stock levels
  • Event Sales and Management 

house manager

  • Supervisor of a residential facility in the Philadelphia area.
  • Manage and alter schedules for staff members.
  • Resolve any issues which may occur in the residential home. 
  • Monitor and manage staff paperwork, time management, and everyday task. 
  • Ensure the safety and well being of clients living in residential home. 
  • Make sure residential home is up to state standards at all times. 
  • Ensure the cleanliness of the home.

house manager/personal assistant

  • Maintain and manage personal and business activities, commitments, and deliveries
  • Coordinate all travel arrangements
  • Organize personal calendar and supply reminders of events
  • Travel with client to continuously manage affairs
  • Prepare, organize, and stock property
  • Manage day to day activities, including completing grocery shopping, picking up dry cleaning, and auto services

house manager

  • Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems to report and discuss observations with case manager.
  • Transport children to and from school, on outings, and to medical appointments.
  • Provide care for family dog including administration of medicine, walking, feeding, and training.
  • Provide house, lawn, and dog care while family is out of town.