Homewatch CareGiver Jobs

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Go Further And Make Connections That Change Lives

Take A Look At What Makes Homewatch CareGivers A Rewarding And Fulfilling Place To Work

Whether you’re an experienced caregiver or just starting out, you can expect to be a part of something that allows you to connect in ways that are both rewarding and fulfilling.

  • A Place To Grow
    Whether you’re experienced or just starting your career, you’ll have access to in-person or online training and be part of a supportive team.
  • A Job That Fits

    With a flexible and reliable schedule, you’ll be matched to clients based on interests and care level. Our wide range of caregiver jobs allows you to choose the one that best fits your interests and life.

  • Empowered To Change Lives

    You’ll provide 1:1 personal care, strengthening a person’s well-being while creating strong relationships.

What Does a Caregiver Do?

Your in-home caregiver job at Homewatch CareGivers is anything but typical. As a local team member, you will work with many different individuals. Customized care plans are designed to help you get to know each client, from understanding their likes and dislikes to knowing any unique routines that bring joy to their lives.

  • Complex Personal Care

  • Personal Care

  • Companionship Care

  • Caring for a client with progressed or complex care needs by providing moderate to extensive assistance with ADLs or IADLs.

    Who you are:

    This care level will require a caregiver trained in more advanced complex personal care skills. Job requirements will vary by state and position.

    What you’ll do:

    • Support the client's overall well-being by building a meaningful connection, assuring autonomy, and providing safety and security.
    • Help bathe, dress, groom, and assist with other things people do throughout the day.
    • Provide care for clients with special and/or chronic care conditions such as dementia or people who have had a stroke.

    If this sounds like the right fit for you, an interview now.

    How Much Do Caregivers Make?

    Each location is independently owned and operated by a franchisee. Your application will go directly to the franchisee, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this franchisee. The franchisee sets their compensation and benefits. All inquiries about this franchise's employment, benefits, scheduling, and compensation should be made directly to the franchise location.

  • Designed to provide additional assistance to help patients be independent. The amount of assistance with personal care services will vary depending on the client's ability to move and their mental abilities.

    Who you are:

    Job requirements will vary by state and position.

    What you’ll do:

    • All the duties of Companionship Care.
    • Assist with activities of daily living: washing, walking, dressing and grooming, eating, bathroom assistance, and activities of daily living.
    • Record changes in the client's level of ability.

    If this sounds like the right fit for you, an interview now.

    How Much Do Caregivers Make?

    Each location is independently owned and operated by a franchisee. Your application will go directly to the franchisee, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this franchisee. The franchisee sets their compensation and benefits. All inquiries about this franchise's employment, benefits, scheduling, and compensation should be made directly to the franchise location.

  • Provides clients with enriching, engaging, and empowering companion care that can help with feelings of loneliness that many seniors experience.

    Who you are:

    Someone who wants to help others. You may have cared for loved ones, have prior professional caregiving experience, or are on a path to becoming a nurse, therapist, or healthcare professional. No specific degrees or certifications are required to apply. You will be provided with training and any necessary licenses (which vary by state).

    What you’ll do:

    • Support your client’s well-being by building personal connections, creating meaningful social engagement, helping with independence, and providing security.
    • Assist with shopping, housekeeping, money management, food preparation, and other instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs).
    • Assist those who can walk, wash, dress, eat, groom, and use the toilet independently. You may provide encouragement, help oversee activities, provide setup assistance, etc.
    • Document all visits.

    If this sounds like the right fit for you, an interview now.

    How Much Do Caregivers Make?

    Each location is independently owned and operated by a franchisee. Your application will go directly to the franchisee, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this franchisee. The franchisee sets their compensation and benefits. All inquiries about this franchise's employment, benefits, scheduling, and compensation should be made directly to the franchise location.

  • Complex Personal Care

    • Caring for a client with progressed or complex care needs by providing moderate to extensive assistance with ADLs or IADLs.

      Who you are:

      This care level will require a caregiver trained in more advanced complex personal care skills. Job requirements will vary by state and position.

      What you’ll do:

      • Support the client's overall well-being by building a meaningful connection, assuring autonomy, and providing safety and security.
      • Help bathe, dress, groom, and assist with other things people do throughout the day.
      • Provide care for clients with special and/or chronic care conditions such as dementia or people who have had a stroke.

      If this sounds like the right fit for you, an interview now.

      How Much Do Caregivers Make?

      Each location is independently owned and operated by a franchisee. Your application will go directly to the franchisee, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this franchisee. The franchisee sets their compensation and benefits. All inquiries about this franchise's employment, benefits, scheduling, and compensation should be made directly to the franchise location.

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  • Personal Care

    • Designed to provide additional assistance to help patients be independent. The amount of assistance with personal care services will vary depending on the client's ability to move and their mental abilities.

      Who you are:

      Job requirements will vary by state and position.

      What you’ll do:

      • All the duties of Companionship Care.
      • Assist with activities of daily living: washing, walking, dressing and grooming, eating, bathroom assistance, and activities of daily living.
      • Record changes in the client's level of ability.

      If this sounds like the right fit for you, an interview now.

      How Much Do Caregivers Make?

      Each location is independently owned and operated by a franchisee. Your application will go directly to the franchisee, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this franchisee. The franchisee sets their compensation and benefits. All inquiries about this franchise's employment, benefits, scheduling, and compensation should be made directly to the franchise location.

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  • Companionship Care

    • Provides clients with enriching, engaging, and empowering companion care that can help with feelings of loneliness that many seniors experience.

      Who you are:

      Someone who wants to help others. You may have cared for loved ones, have prior professional caregiving experience, or are on a path to becoming a nurse, therapist, or healthcare professional. No specific degrees or certifications are required to apply. You will be provided with training and any necessary licenses (which vary by state).

      What you’ll do:

      • Support your client’s well-being by building personal connections, creating meaningful social engagement, helping with independence, and providing security.
      • Assist with shopping, housekeeping, money management, food preparation, and other instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs).
      • Assist those who can walk, wash, dress, eat, groom, and use the toilet independently. You may provide encouragement, help oversee activities, provide setup assistance, etc.
      • Document all visits.

      If this sounds like the right fit for you, an interview now.

      How Much Do Caregivers Make?

      Each location is independently owned and operated by a franchisee. Your application will go directly to the franchisee, and all hiring decisions will be made by the management of this franchisee. The franchisee sets their compensation and benefits. All inquiries about this franchise's employment, benefits, scheduling, and compensation should be made directly to the franchise location.

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What Is It Like to Be a Caregiver?

  • - Marlene, Homewatch CareGivers Nurse
  • "It’s a very fulfilling job, especially through the wisdom and the knowledge that I learned from each individual client. It’s simple: I just plain love my job!"

    - Cynthia K., Homewatch CareGivers Nurse
  • "They interviewed me right away, and I was hired. I love knowing that I am helping out someone else other than myself and knowing that I am building a friendship with the client and their family."

    - Mirna B., Homewatch CareGivers Nurse
  • "I have been very fortunate to make a personal connection with most of my clients. I get just as much if not more out of helping others. Such an incredibly amazing company to work for!"

    - Mary S., Homewatch CareGivers Nurse
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Grow With Us Through Training and Continuous Education

Your Expertise and Growth Are Our Top Priority

We work to ensure you have access to the best-in-class support, training, and education available so that you can show up every day with passion and purpose.

In-Person training

  • Learning to safely operate assistive devices, like mechanical lifts, oxygen devices, and more.
  • Meet with industry experts, healthcare providers, and organizations or associations such as the Alzheimer’s Association.

Online Training

  • Attend courses about safely providing care for those with mobility issues and/or at increased risk for falls.
  • You’ll have access to Homewatch CareGivers University. This allows you to learn when your schedule allows, with 24/7 access and self-paced learning. The courses go beyond home care, including a series focusing on wellness and personal development. This way, you’ll have the tools to be happy, healthy, and ready to help others.

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Your search for caregiving jobs near me ends with Homewatch CareGivers. Join an organization that will support your professional growth and equip you for a successful and rewarding caregiver career.

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