Are you ready to come on-board?
We have an IMMEDIATE opening for two caregivers for day shifts. Yes, this week!!! Earn extra pay for the holidays!!!
Call by 9pm Friday 571-206-3525
Experienced Caregivers Wanted! CNA, HHA, or PCA Reasonable and fair compensation.
At least one year of experience working with client 55+ in a home setting, home care, Valid driver's license and own transportation; Proof of a TB test taken within the last year showing clear results; Pass background check; Dementia experience helpful but not required.
Are you looking for extra hours, do you need a short term client for the holidays, how about a long term client? Please call between 9am-9pm 571-206-3525
Location: Haymarket, Virginia 20169 Gainesville, VA 20155 20156
Location: Reston, VA
Experience: Junior Level
Location: Ashburn, VA
Experience: Entry Level, Management
Job Type: Full Time, Part Time
People taking care of people, that's who we are and what we do at Cadence Living!
What can you expect?
Our Care Partners (Caregiver) provide direct care to our senior residents that follows a personalized treatment plan. If you are kind, compassionate and have a genuine desire to make meaningful connections with our residents, a Cadence Living community may be the place for you. Become part of our family and find your Cadence!
Currently Hiring for: Full-time & Part-time
What Cadence Living has to offer you?
What will you do as a Care Partner?
If you have these qualifications, we'd love to chat:
Life at Cadence
At Cadence Living, we are all part of the same symphony. Our goal is to create positive and joyful experiences for our residents and their families. Just like musical notes on a sheet, every day is different at a Cadence Living community. We are looking for team members that are positive, collaborative, show leadership, are respectful, and overflowing with integrity, care, and hard work. We encourage you to apply and become part of our family today!
You belong here!
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