Comfort Keepers® of Coeur d’Alene, ID, helps the over-65s to live happy and independent lives at home. An assisted living facility (ALF)—and those who work in them—offer a truly valuable service. But given the choice, most of the city's seniors prefer our exceptional home caregiver plans to living in a retirement community. Our in home care services are reliant on people who dedicate themselves to this rewarding career. Whether part-time or full-time, we have gratifying opportunities in senior home care for the right candidates. Keep reading to see if you fit the bill as a professional home carer.
This is a demanding yet satisfying vocation. It's ideal for compassionate men and women who have a genuine desire to help older adults in the community. Nothing is more important to Comfort Keepers in Coeur d’Alene than providing outstanding care for our clients. To achieve this, it's crucial that we attract the right people, and the reason we offer competitive benefits and attractive salaries.
Here's a breakdown of the full range of benefits Comfort Keepers can offer the ideal candidates:
- competitive pay and benefits (see below)
- Shift differential for working outside normal hours
- Mileage reimbursement if traveling afar
- Merit-based pay increases along with bonus potential
- Comprehensive insurance liability
- Career advancement opportunities
- Flexible schedules for both caregiver & assisted living careers
- Ongoing education and training
For our full-time staff there's the addition of 401k/IRA accounts and health insurance.
Interested In Caregiver Or Assisted Living Careers?
If we've got your attention, you'll have noticed how Comfort Keepers looks after our employees. We know that a happy worker is a good worker, and it's important to us that you feel valued and forever appreciated. For the right people, caregiving checks a lot of boxes. Whether you prefer to work in the client's home or at an ALF is pretty much down to personal preference. Elderly care is a job that also helps you to improve your own character and wellbeing as much is it does the care recipient.
What It Takes To Be A Comfort Keeper
The interests of our clients and the happiness of our employees are Comfort Keepers two primary objectives. A Comfort Keeper is someone with people skills—a person who enjoys making positive differences in the lives of those they care for. You will learn about our famous Interactive Caregiving™ approach. You will then embrace its concepts as you design customized care plans for your clients.
If you think you have what it takes to become a professional caregiver in Coeur d’Alene, ID, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Our qualified and experienced care coordinators are here to help you as well as our seniors. Send us a message or call (208) 357-4295.
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