Have a compassionate job, become a Homebridge Caregiver
Currently, we are not hiring for the Home Care Provider I. We will be accepting applications again for this role beginning December 10th. If you have questions or want more information, please contact the recruiting team at email@example.com.
Our clients have had a very tough life and need a lot of care and compassion. Our job is to empower them and provide them with a safe and healthy environment.
We offer paid training for two weeks, including CPR and First Aid Certification, so you are ready for the job. We want you to feel as prepared as possible.
We have fully paid health care, dental, vision, and retirement covered along with paid vacation and sick leave.
Positions start at $17 per hour with the ability to earn more after 6 months. We also actively promote to higher levels of caregiver positions to supervisor/management positions.
Become a Homebridge Caregiver
As a Caregiver at Homebridge, you will carry out our mission to provide high-quality home care and supportive services to older adults and people with disabilities, enabling them to live safely and independently in their homes and communities.
At Homebridge, we support a high risk, high needs population of individuals who may struggle with mental and/or behavioral health conditions, substance abuse, live in SROs or shelters, and/or do not have a strong personal support system. You will begin your home care career in our nationally recognized basic Caregiver training program — with paid training!
Communications & Teamwork
Work as part of a team to provide the best care possible to people in our communities. Use your people skills to establish connections, build relationships, and advocate for the Homebridge client under your care.
Cooking, cleaning, laundry, and grocery shopping are just a few of the common household tasks. We support Homebridge clients with keeping their homes and environments safe.
Caregivers assist clients with personal safety and hygiene. Bathing, grooming, bowel and bladder care, and assisting clients with mobility and range of motion exercises are all common tasks.
Some Homebridge clients receive specialized care based upon their specific needs. Caregivers receive additional training in order to support these clients safely and effectively.
For over a year, Homebridge has been advocating to implement a workforce transformation that consists of a multi-tier ladder for our caregivers based on skills development and training. We are excited that in January 2018, this proposal became a reality! The new workforce program – entitled “STEPS to Success” (Skills-Training & Employment Pathways) – now offers skilled tiers, HCPs I through III, with base wages at a permanent differential above minimum wage of $2, $2.50, and $3.