Comfort Keeper (In-Home Caregiver): Somerset area

Company Name:
Comfort Keepers 362
Positions available in your local community! Servicing Somerset, Ferguson, Eubank, Science Hill, Nancy, Shopville, Burnside, Bronston, Monticello, Jamestown and Russell Springs!
The Comfort Keeper provides homemaking, personal care and support services to clients. He or she provides companionship to those individuals requiring socialization and minimum guidance for a safe, protected, clean, and orderly home environment.
The ideal candidate for this position has a high school diploma or GED at a minimum. Additional training or education to achieve certification as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), State Registered Nurse Aide (SRNA) or Home Health Aide (HHA) is an added bonus, but not required. Previous experience is preferred either in a professional caregiving role or personally in caring for family. In addition, he or she has a genuine desire to work with older adults, reliable transportation, a valid driver's license, a clean driving record, and current automobile insurance. Effective oral and written skills, empathy and the ability to listen, good time management skills, and professional dress, speech, and behavior are all required for this position.
Your schedule could vary day to day or week to week depending on your clients' needs. It's important that ourComfort Keepershave some flexibility. However, we always strive to maintain as much consistency as possible and take your availability into account. We provide services to clients from a few hours a week up to 24/7 care. You may request to work during the daytime, evenings, overnights, weekends and holidays. Generally, the more you are available, the more hours you can expect.

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