Help At Home, LLC strives to be the best employer in our communities! We offer competitive wages, insurance packages, vacation and holiday benefits*, and paid training to eligible active employees. Working for Help At Home, LLC is the right choice!
First and foremost, all of our positions require a caring attitude towards elderly and impaired persons. Applicants must go through and pass an extensive pre-service training program with Help At Home, LLC before they will be considered for work with our clients. Once employees, they are additionally required to attend ongoing training to keep them up-to-date on procedures and skills. Our training programs have actually been used as a model for other homecare associations!
Employees applying for positions that require licenses and/or certifications, must ensure these are current in the state for which they are applying for employment.
The following are positions available in the Company. Please contact the office nearest you to find out which positions are open in your area. It's easy--download our application, complete it, and bring it in to our local branch office!
* Must meet eligibility requirements.
Some of the qualifications for these positions include:
Some of the qualification for CNAs include:
Some of the minimum qualifications for LPNs include:
Some of the minimum qualifications for RNs are:
Some of the minimum qualifications for Supervisors are:
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Help At Home, LLC and Oxford HealthCare do not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability, gender or age in employment, nor will Help At Home, LLC or Oxford HealthCare retaliate against any person because of a complaint regarding discrimination. For further information about this policy, contact: Ron Ford CEO 312-762-9999 or 800-404-3191.
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