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Boise Hiring Process

Caregivers really matter—not just to our clients, but to us too. If you’re interested in becoming an in home caregiver for Homewatch CareGivers of Boise or just want to know more about this process, take a look below.

Steps to Becoming a Caregiver

The truth is, not everyone is cut out to be a caregiver. We want this to be a good fit for you, if this is a job you are interested in. Here is what we are looking for in every caregiver:

  • We require a minimum of one year of experience providing personal or companion care or CNA (Certified Nursing Aide) proof
  • Reliability
  • Previous experience with equipment such as wheelchairs, slide boards, overhead lifts, and Hoyer lifts.

As part of the hiring process, our home care agency does the following:

  • Full state and federal background check are completed by a private investigator
  • Drug tests and TB tests
  • Reference checks
  • Obtain proof of a valid driver’s license and current automobile insurance.
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  • “They have been wonderful; nice as can be and they will do ...”

    - Julia

  • “"Caregivers really did care... You have chosen them well"”

    - JM

    From Boise, ID
  • - PW

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  • “"I truly appreciated being able to go home and sleep without ...”

    - Happy Client

Safety & Learning Matters

It’s important that our caregivers feel fully prepared and safe when they go to care for a client, just as it’s necessary that each client feels comfortable with their caregiver. Therefore, we require that all of our caregivers attend an 8+ hour class on our approach to care, etiquette, skills and equipment use.

What We Offer

Homewatch CareGivers offers health insurance, paid vacation days and typically can give a caregiver up to 40 hours of work per week reliably.

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  • Two elders studying plants by a fountain
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