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Do the Caregiver work you love
without the hassle and liability of being private

We understand the lure of wanting to be a private caregiver — especially when it appears your pay is higher than what you’d make with an agency.

Working privately, however, has its drawbacks. You’re responsible for your own training, liability insurance, and tax reporting.

As a HomeCare of the Rockies Caregiver, you get the perks of being independent – without the hassle and legal liabilities of a private practice.

Plus, we treat our Caregivers like gold – because they are! (Read our testimonials.)

Supportive work culture

Work with an integrated team of care managers, schedulers, trainers, and office staff who support you in your job.

Around-the-clock office support, so you never have to make decisions alone.

Training on self-care to help offset the emotional drain that can occur when caring for the elderly.

100% paid training & career advancement

All Caregivers receive hands-on, CDC-compliant training through our proprietary HomeCare 100 training program.

Learn new skills, including working with Alzheimer’s and dementia patients; mentorship opportunities also available.

Base pay is $13/hr to start for full-time; once training is completed, your pay increases to $17/hr for full-time.

Additional job benefits

  • Flexible scheduling
  • Shared cost health insurance for full-time employees
  • Employee Assistance Program available
  • Paid time off and 401(k) after one year of employment

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.

We are a Colorado essential business by order of the Governor.

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