Home Care Assistance Info
Ready to Join a Team with Over 12 Years of Experience Caring for Families who Deserve to Live Happier Lives?
Grace Care prides itself with its amazing care team of Certified Long-Term Care Aides (CNAs) & Home Care Assistants (HCAs) Our CNAs & HCAs receive monthly training and ongoing education. Most of our employees have been with Grace Care for many years.
If so, we offer competitive pay, weekly pay, furnished uniforms, paid time-off, double pay on holidays, flexible schedules, training (online and classroom), career counseling, caregiver recognition programs, paid mileage, performance reviews and raise opportunities, referral bonuses, flexible part-time hours based on your availability.
Frequently Asked Questions
Grace Cares in house training program consists of 18 hours of online training, paid job shadowing, and a skills assessment completed by an RN. Employees who complete our Home Care Assistant program will be able to learn skills to better care for Grace Care clients.
- Current CNA certification, or be willing to become an HCA
- Working cell phone
- Your own reliable transportation
- Auto insurance with your name on the policy.
- Able to pass a background check and a pre-employment drug test. (Grace Care is a safety sensitive place of employment, and the use of medical marijuana does not apply to Grace Care employees.)
- Passion for helping people.
- Go to gracecare.com and research a little about Grace Care and what we do.
- Show up on time (10 min early) to the scheduled interview.
- Attire and hair should be presentable (No tank tops).
- If you are unable to make a scheduled interview time, please contact our office to reschedule.
If offered employment, we will start you quickly! All new hires will go through a paid onboarding process which includes reviewing our handbook, some computer training, job shadowing, and review our policies and procedures. This takes 2-3 days depending on your availability. Once this is completed, all new team members will be placed in the field training with other caregivers in client’s homes.
- Mobility (stand by when walking, push in a wheelchair, transfer from place to place by using a gait belt, Hoyer lift, or Sit-To-Stand lift)
- Meal Prep (cooking breakfast, lunch, dinner & snacks)
- Light housekeeping & Laundry
- Shopping, Errands & Transportation to Appointments
- Every client has a mixture of different needs from the list above.