Senior Caregiver Jobs
Bringing joy to seniors and peace to their families it the guiding principle of 1776 Senior Care. We are looking for quality caregivers to join us in our mission. Becoming a 1776 caregiver will allow you to earn what you are worth. You will be shown appreciation from not only our clients, but also our leadership team. A great example is our Slurpee story.
Advantages to 1776 Employment
- Make fifty cents more per hour than the average caregiver (over $1000 per year)
- Earn paid time off
- A rewards program that can be used to receive gift cards
- Work-life balance
- Plenty of continuing education options for certification
- Weekly paychecks
- At least 21 years old
- Pass a background check
- Pass a drug test
- Be able to transport yourself to clients
- Have a valid driver’s license and insurance
- Be available for shifts at least 20 hours per week
Make a difference in the life of a senior and earn a great hourly wage while doing so. Our senior caregivers are highly-trained in-home care professionals that are treated like family.
Our caregiver jobs are separated into two main categories which include companion care and personal care.
Our caregivers provide the following tasks for our clients:
- Meal preparation
- Light housekeeping
- Grocery shopping
- Running errands
- Medication reminders
- Special dietary needs
The Slurpee Story
We think that showing our caregivers we appreciate them is very important. We know most people value more in life than just their paycheck! If you receive a compliment from a client or a caregiver, we let the world know on Facebook. If you go above and beyond our expectations, we make an Instagram post about it. And sometimes, when you are pulling a long shift, your care manager shows up to to show her appreciation for your hard work with a slurpee.
After being called in to do an emergency overnight shift, one of our caregivers was met by her care manager. This caregiver had done an exceptional job at the last minute and gave up her time to work with one of our wonderful clients. Her care manager met her in the parking lot to drive her to her home (she was having car problems and we will always find a way to get a caregiver to a senior in need of care), and saw two Slurpees in the cup holders. Our care manager wanted to share a slushie with the caregiver after a long week. The caregiver appreciated this small act so much she teared up. At 1776, we make big gestures to help our caregivers excel, but we know that small gestures of appreciation, like this, can make all the difference.
Do You Have What It Takes to Become a 1776 Senior Caregiver?
To become a caregiver, you need to apply today. We require that you are 21 years old, have 20 hours of availability per week, can transport yourself to shifts, complete required drug/background checks, and training.
If you meet these criteria, please