Home Care Aide
Help At Home
Help at Home is hiring caregivers in your community TODAY!
$700 hiring bonuses for all new Home Care Aides - COVID Relief Bonus!
Start your career with the nation’s leading provider of in-home support to seniors and become a hero for someone in your community.
Why should you join Help at Home?
Cash incentives/hiring bonuses of up to $700*
No experience required
Amazing benefits – health care, hazard pay, time off, and cash bonuses
Meaningful work with clients who need your help
Industry leader with 40+ years of history in a high-demand field
Become a Help at Home Hero TODAY! Apply online or in person – interview Monday through Thursday 10am to 3pm at 2400 Glenwood Ave., Ste. 215 Joliet, IL 60435.
As a Home Care Aide, you’ll work 1-on-1 with your clients inside their homes, and support them with the following types of activities:
Light housekeeping, including organizing, laundry and basic cleaning
Personal activities such as dressing, grooming and assisting with meals
Running errands, grocery shopping and/or accompanying your clients to appointments
We are hiring now in your community – join our team and build your career in a high-demand industry.
HS Diploma or GED, or at least 2 years of previous experience as a caregiver
Valid driver’s license
Access to insured and reliable transportation
Dedication to professional development, including organizational and state-required training
Caregivers must comply with state background screening requirements. Compensation, benefits, time off and bonuses vary by state and location, so please ask for complete details at your interview.
*New caregivers who begin work before July 31st are eligible for hiring bonuses (COVID Relief Bonus) of $400 to be paid in August, and a bonus of $300 after 60 days of employment to be paid in October. New caregivers who begin work before August 31st are eligible for hiring bonuses (COVID Relief Bonus) of $400 to be paid in September, and a bonus of $300 after 60 days of employment to be paid in November. Eligibility is dependent upon continuing to remain an active employee throughout the payout periods.