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Plano Serving Collin and Denton Counties


Caregivers are either CNA’S (Certified Nurse Aides) or PCPs (Personal Care Providers). Responsible for providing a number of services to meet the clients' personal needs and to promote their comfort and independence. Must be able to assist clients in activities of daily living-- exceptional companion care, meal preparation, light housekeeping, transportation, and more based on experience.


Must have a minimum of 1 year experience providing care. CNA certification beneficial but not mandatory on all case assignments. Must be able to function with minimal supervision, accepting personal responsibility for maintaining a professional relationship with the client. Must accept responsibility for maintaining skills and learning on an ongoing basis, as well as adhering to agency policies


Homewatch CareGivers Job Opportunities

Home care jobs are available for those compassionate individuals looking to make a profound difference in the lives of our clients through caregiving. Our professionally developed training platform through Homewatch CareGivers University provides the knowledge and skills required to deliver the premier quality of home care services that has become the Homewatch CareGivers standard.
“When you work a job of joy, you don’t work a day in your life.”
-Beryl Clark, Homewatch CareGivers

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