Many of our Caregiver moms with younger children work at night, after their husbands come home, or during the day when grandma comes over.
You’re able to bring in extra income but still be available for your children. We have weekend and overnight positions available, plus part-time and full-time.
Best of all, no experience is required — we provide all paid training through our HomeCare 100 training program. You’ll receive 100 hours of advanced, in-classroom training. And, the more you learn, the more you earn.
In your job as Caregiver, you’ll offer non-medical care to our elderly clients who need assistance. Depending on the client, your tasks may include:
The Full-time Caregiver position is 32 – 40 hours a week and is perfect if you’re looking for “mother’s hours.”
The Weekend Caregiver position is ideal for anyone looking for extra income. Shift times vary from 3 hours to 12 hours, depending on the client.
The Overnight Caregiver position requires that you stay up all night. The position has varying shifts of 8 hours to 14 hours, depending on need.
As you complete the training sessions, your pay increases. As a full-time employee, you’ll earn $17/hr once training is completed – 40% more than minimum wage.
Other benefits include shared cost health insurance for full-time employees, an EAP program, and 401(k) after one year of employment.
Many of our Caregivers tell us that being a caregiver is more than a job — it’s a career and a calling.
In addition to feeling secure in the knowledge they’re welcome and needed, they also feel good knowing they’re giving back to their community.
In addition to a genuine willingness to work with the elderly, you should have the ability to perform all functions related to the Caregiver position.
We also require a clean driving record, insurance, and a reliable vehicle.