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Right At Home In Home Care & Assistance CNA's with Hoyer Experience in Williamston, Michigan

Right at Home of Central, MI is looking to hire part-time and full-time Senior Caregivers / Home Health Aides for our elderly and disabled adult clients in Oakland, Livingston, Ingham, and Shiawassee counties. Are you a caring, compassionate person who is a great listener? Would you like to work for a well-respected home care services agency with a reputation for providing superior care to elderly and disabled clients? Are you a hard worker looking for a part-time or full-time job AND a way to make a difference in the life of someone in your community? Do you want a career and not just a job? If so, please read on!This full-time or part-time home care services position starts at a competitive wage of $10.00 - $13.00/hr, depending on experience and position. We also offer sign-on and loyalty bonuses, employee referral bonuses, mileage compensation, a 401(k) plan, supplemental insurance, paid time off (PTO), paid on-the-job training, employee recognition programs, access to Right at Home University, CPR/First Aid/BLS, HHA certification, and opportunities for advancement. If this sounds like the opportunity that you've been looking for, apply now!ABOUT RIGHT AT HOME OF CENTRAL MICHIGANWe are a locally-owned home care services agency that is part of a larger franchise organization with over 500 locations worldwide. We provide non-medical companion care for elderly and disabled adults in their homes. Our motto is "improving the lives of those we serve," and we look for that same kind of passion in each of our team members!That is why we work hard to attract and retain the best. We fully train, insure, bond, and provide workers' compensation insurance for all of our caregivers. We also match them with the clients who best fit their schedules, personalities, and strengths! Our employees also enjoy competitive pay, benefits, incentives, ongoing training, career developmental opportunities, a supportive work environment, and opportunities for advancement.A DAY IN THE LIFE AS A SENIOR CAREGIVER / HOME HEALTH AIDE / CNAAs a Senior Caregiver / Home Health Aide / Certified Nursing Assistant, you get to help your elderly and disabled adult clients stay in their own homes and live with independence and dignity. You do more than just provide medication reminders or assist with meals, light housekeeping, bathing, toileting, grooming, dressing, errands, and appointments. While those tasks are important, you also provide companionship and socialization, as you support them in visiting with friends, attending events, or working on hobbies. You help your clients delay the effects of aging and stay as independent as possible by making sure they are mentally stimulated, physically active, and well-nourished.You also ensure that their homes are safe environments, reducing the likelihood of accidents and promoting a timely response to illness as you monitor vital signs such as blood pressure, temperature, and pulse. In this way, you provide real peace-of-mind for them and their families. Studies have shown that those who live at home and retain their independence are happier, healthier, and tend to live longer. And you feel great about facilitating this for your elder