It takes a special type of person to be a professional caregiver. You have both the great privilege and the great responsibility of sharing in people’s life experiences, during both happy and difficult times. Caregivers often assume several roles, acting as a friend, confidant, advocate, and more — these skills aren’t often included in the job description of a caregiver, but they are just as important as any training credentials.
As a company, we recognize the dedication professional caregivers demonstrate in their careers. Your job as a caregiver is more than just a job. Your commitment to helping others aligns with our own company mission: to give people the help they need to live in the place they love. We take an individualized approach to all hires and referrals.
What would you do as a caregiver?
When it comes to senior care jobs, duties may vary from person to person. Non-medical in home caregivers typically assist with Activities of Daily Living or ‘ADLs.’ These activities include walking (movement), dressing, eating, bathing, toileting, and continence care, personal care, homemaking, companionship, and support services.
How do you get involved?
You will need to pass our caregiver screening process. Steps include a thorough background check, interview process, and reference review.
Job Types and Areas of Care: Caregiver, Certified Nursing Assistant, CNA, Home Health Aide, HHA, Personal Care Attendant, PCA, Certified Medical Assistant, CMA, Certified Medication Technician, CMT, Geriatric Nursing Assistant, GNA, Licensed Practical Nurse, LPN, Registered Nurse, RN, Nurse Aide, NA, Private Duty Aide, Home Health Assistant, Certified Nurses Aide, Medical Assistant, Home Care, In-Home Care, Home Health Care, Personal Care, Companionship, Homemaker, Live-In Care, 24 Hour Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living, Nursing Home, Hospice Care, Skilled Nursing Facility, Private Care, Adult Day Care, Hospital
Job ID: 11177