UPDATE!!!! POSITIONS OPEN NOW IN CHESAPEAKE (MILITARY HWY/GEO WASH HWY) , SUFFOLK (LAKE PRINCE WOODS AREA) AND NEWPORT NEWS (HIDENWOOD AREA). HIRING THIS WEEK!
We are hiring for Companion Caregiver positions in the Hampton Roads area. (Smithfield, Isle of Wight County, Surry, Newport News, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Hampton, Poquoson, Williamsburg and York County) Part time employment but it is possible to work 40 hours per week.
You must have a spotless criminal history background check, a clean DMV record, and a negative TB test. All work and personal references will be checked. You must have your own transportation to and from work.
We are looking for caring, reliable, trustworthy individuals to work with the elderly in their homes allowing them to maintain their independence as long as possible. We are not providing medical care. We will run errands, light housekeeping, transportation for the client (doctor’s appointments, grocery shopping, post office, etc.), meal preparation, assistance maintaining their calendars, etc.
You may fill out an application on line at www.homesweethomecareinc.com or in person at Home Sweet Home Care Inc., 346 Main Street, Smithfield, VA 23430
Starting pay is highly competitive for this industry after a required 90 day probationary period. We strive to cultivate great employees who understand and want to work in this industry. Unique to this industry, our employees are provided with opportunities for merit raises, paid vacation, and educational opportunities that will enhance knowledge and skills in communication and caring for the elderly. You will be required to attend quarterly in-service meetings at the Smithfield home office. Positions are best suited for caring, compassionate people who want a flexible work schedule and are looking to supplement their incomes. Typical salary for a full-time, companion caregiver in this area is around $16-17K annually
•Location: Hampton Roads
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