What is a caregiver?
Caregivers work in the home and help their clients with daily activities, such as bathing and bathroom functions, feeding, grooming, taking medication, and some housework. Caregivers help clients make and keep appointments with doctors, provide or arrange transportation and serve as a companion for their clients.
A Team-Oriented Atmosphere
Shella Care is always seeking experienced and qualified care professionals to provide care and support to our clients and their families.
Basic Job Requirements
You must possess a valid drivers license in order to be a caregiver
Be physically fit:
Lifting, bending, stooping, walking and pushing consumers in wheel chairs
Cleanliness, promptness, regular reporting and 24 hours notice if unable to fulfill any portion of a scheduled commitment.
All employees are required to have a CPR & First Aid, negative TB test, reliable transportation w/current auto insurance. A complete employment packet on file with the Human Resources Department before respite services can begin. (Families who refer an employee to SCMS may not authorize the start of services or terminate an employee/caregiver.)
Job Type : Part-time, Full-Time
Education Level : High School
Experience Level : Not Applicable
Job Function : Customer Service