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Become a professional Caregiver:
Work with our elderly clients in their homes.

Are you in your 50s, 60s or 70s and looking for a new career — one that offers flexible scheduling, career advancement, a supportive work culture — and great pay and benefits?

If you answered “Yes!” becoming a HomeCare of the Rockies professional Caregiver may be the dream job you’re looking for!

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:

  • Assisting with personal hygiene needs and medicine reminders
  • Meal preparation, shopping, and planning meals
  • Light housekeeping, laundry, and organizing clutter
  • Errands, transportation to and from medical care visits, etc.
  • Companionship — conversation, scrapbooking, fun outings

We are a Colorado essential business by order of the Governor – and we have an urgent need for people like you to care for older adults — our most vulnerable population.

We provide all the necessary and CDC-compliant training to keep you and your client safe and healthy.

Flexible schedules

  • Whether you travel, spend time with the grandkids, or pursue a hobby, we have a position for you!
  • We offer flexible scheduling — whether part-time or full-time.

No healthcare/caregiver experience required

  • As a non-medical home care agency, we do not provide medical care or first aid to our clients.
  • We provide all paid training through our innovative HomeCare 100 Professional Caregiver Training Program.

Job benefits

  • $13/hr to start for full-time; your base pay will increase as you complete training.
  • As a full-time employee, you’ll earn $17/hr once training is completed – 40% more than minimum wage.
  • 401k after one year of employment (or 1,000 hours)
  • Health insurance (shared cost) for full-time employees and EAP program
  • Paid time off after one year of employment

Supportive work culture

AARP Employer Pledge ProgramWe’re committed to an age-diverse workforce and welcome older workers (and have signed the AARP pledge).

We take care of our Caregivers by providing health and wellness training to help you feel your best.

A care manager is available around-the-clock, so you never have to make decisions alone.

Work with a purpose

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 that 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.

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