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Hourly Caregiver - South Snohomish County

Are you a compassionate, professional, and skilled caregiver looking for work? We want YOU!

Who we are:  Twenty years ago, Family Resource Home Care committed to provide home care that allows our clients to live with comfort, security, respect and dignity, and provide all family members with peace of mind. We have since grown to become the largest private in-home care company in Washington State of providing care to the greater Puget Sound area.

Our comprehensive benefits include:

  • Flexible hours and work locations
  • Competitive salary with bonus opportunities
  • Ongoing paid training
  • Paid sick leave
  • 401(k) retirement program
  • Commuter benefits
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Bonuses for referring other caregivers
  • A caring support staff available 24 hours a day/7 days a week

Position Available: Hourly Caregiver

Family Resource Home Care is currently looking for multiple experienced and certified caregivers for the greater Seattle area.

We have multiple open shifts ranging between 2 and 12 hours at all hours of the day. The majority of our caregivers work with multiple clients per day and must have a car, driver's license and car insurance. Our clients range from light care to very heavy and we staff as far south as Gig Harbor and as far north as Everett (and everything in between!). We have lots of positions open in the morning as well as during the day, evenings and over nights.

Our caregivers make a variable rate between $14-$20 based on their client's needs, level of difficulty, location and length of shift.

Requirements

Our agency requires our caregivers to pass a criminal background check, finger print check, access to a vehicle, auto insurance, and a good driving record. Nursing Delegation and CPR is a plus, but not required. We do require our caregivers to have an active CNA or HM certification.

Physical Demands

While performing the duties of this job, i.e., homemaking and personal care duties, the employee is occasionally required to stand or walk, frequently required to sit, use hands, fingers, and arms, seldom climb or balance, stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl, constantly talk or hear, taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job included close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

Working Conditions

Caregivers work inside a client’s home or other residential setting and may be subject to various environmental conditions, both inside and out. All efforts are made by FRHC supervisory staff to ensure clean and safe working conditions.

Caregivers must immediately inform a FRHC supervisor if conditions occur or are discovered which may affect the health or safety of a FRHC employee or client.

If interested please fill out our pre-application screening questions. We can't wait to hear from you!

- Family Resource HR Department

**Family Resource Home Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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