Right At Home Of Central Michigan Farmington Hills , MI 48336

Posted 2 months ago

Right at Home of Central Michigan is currently hiring rockstar caregivers that are dedicated to making a difference caring for those who need it NOW more than ever!

All Current Shift Openings in Farmington Hills, MI Listed Below:

1.Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays

  • 10a

  • 2p

2.Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays

  • 10a-2p

During such an uncertain time, there is at least one thing you can count on and that one thing is the opportunity to interview for a position to work at Right at Home of Central Michigan!

We're ready to interview candidates that want to #beessential and a part of the "Right Care" team to provide quality care for those in need!

What We Are Looking For:

  • We LOVE Experienced Caregivers but we LOVE Training New and Motivated People Interested in a Caregiver Career!

  • Compassion, Punctuality and Patience

  • HS Diploma or If Under 18 Years Old, a Work Permit Must be Provided

  • Drivers License and Clean Driving Record

  • Current Auto Insurance and a Valid Vehicle Registration

  • The Ability to Pass a Background Check and Drug Screen

Job Duties:

  • Light Housekeeping and Laundry

  • Provide Transportation for Client Errands and Appointments

  • Meal Preparation and Planning

  • Bathing and Grooming Assistance

  • Assist Clients in Walking, Dressing, and Other Activities of Daily Living

  • Encourage and Incorporate Independence for Clients to Keep Their Daily Routines as Normal as Possible in the Comfort of Their Own Home.

  • Medication Reminders

  • Clear and Thorough Documentation of Care Logs

What Do We Offer?

  • Continuous and Paid Training

  • Career Advancement Opportunities

  • Gas/Gift Cards for Going Above and Beyond

  • Shift Premiums

  • Supplemental Insurance Benefits

  • Paid Time Off

  • Holiday Pay

  • A HUGE Discount Program

  • Save 25% on your AT&T or Verizon Wireless Bill, Discounted Flights, Hotels, Attractions, Theme Parks, Movie Tickets and So Much More!
  • Rewards and Recognition Program

  • Retention and Referral Bonuses

  • The Most Supportive Leadership Team You Can Find!

  • Flexible Hours that Work for Your Schedule

  • Part Time, Full Time, Temporary or On Call
  • Mileage Reimbursement from Client to Client or When Providing Transportation to a Client

  • Gifts for kids on Holidays such as Christmas and Easter.

  • Personal Protective Equipment

  • Masks, Gloves, Shields,Gowns, and Hand Sanitizer.

Are You Ready to Join the "RIGHT" Team?

So, Why Not Apply Today to Begin Your New Career with the Best In-Home Care Company?

We are Conducting Initial Interviews via Phone or ZOOM Virtual Meetings because Your Safety and Health is Our Top Priority!

Apply at: www.rah-mi.com/jobs


Email Resumes Direct to: hrrecruiting@rah-mi.com


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