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Now hiring Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA), Medical Assistants (MA), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and other caregivers in the Raleigh and Johnston County areas

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Caregivers with Heart

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Magical caregivers have that special “something” that brings joy, excitement and calmness to our seniors, especially those with dementia. Do you have a huge heart? Do you empathize with other? If so, we WANT you! Hiring now the BEST full time and part time caregivers.

Ongoing Training & Certifications

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Training programs and opportunities to become certified in specific areas of senior care are available to you to support your efforts to be the best in your chosen field of caring for others. Increase your knowledge and skills as well as your earning power through education with us through these available opportunities:

  • Research based dementia training
  • Online and hands on training
  • One on one training and support
  • Dementia Certification training
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We believe in paying above the industry average, with our wages starting at $16 per hour. In
addition, you may be eligible for:

  • Competitive Hourly Wages
  • Paid Overtime
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • Reimbursement for Mileage
  • Sick Leave Pay
  • Options for Daily Pay

Flexible Work Schedules

Our work schedules are flexible with weekend, evening, overnight and daytime hours. Some
seniors may need assistance getting ready in the morning, while other clients request a
caregiver in the evening to prepare dinner. We work closely with you to identify a schedule that
best fits your lifestyle and needs. We also make it a priority to match you with seniors who live in
your area, saving you travel time and money on gas.

  • Part-time or Full-time opportunities
  • Weekend, evening, overnight or daytime hours
  • Ability to work around family or education schedules
  • Perfect for retired health care workers, working parents and nursing students

Recognition Programs

Your work is important and noticed. Always Best Care Senior Services believes in recognizing
our caregivers through a variety of programs.

  • Caregiver of the Month and Year
  • Caregiver Appreciation and Socials
  • Performance Bonus
  • Referral Bonus

Benefits, Training, and How you Can Help Seniors

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Always Best Care Senior Services provides extra benefits to our caregivers, such as

  • Nursing Student Allowance
  • 50% of CNA exam reimbursement
  • Paid In-Service Training
  • 401k Retirement Plan
  • Voluntary Supplemental Insurance Plans
  • Company paid TB and Covid 19 tests

Ongoing Learning, Training and Certification

To help our valued team members achieve their professional and personal goals, we are happy
to offer opportunities for ongoing training and certification. Through these opportunities you can
earn pay increases, learn new skills and build your knowledge of home care.

  • Mentorship Program
  • Paid Certification Training
  • Virtual and Hands-On Training
  • Access to Professional Caregiver Training Database
  • Client Condition Flyers
  • Research-based dementia training
  • One on one training and support
  • Dementia Certification training

How your job helps seniors:

What are some everyday senior care tasks that you could be assigned?
Always Best Care Senior Services employees provide support and assistance for nearly every
non-medical, social and personal need that a senior might have. Each client is different, and as
such, each assignment will be different. Tasks usually fall under one of three categories: home
helper, companionship and personal care services.
Below are just a few of the common tasks that you may provide:

  • Stimulate mental awareness through games, puzzles and activities
  • Write letters to friends and other correspondences
  • Help with appointment reminders
  • Pick up and drop off clothes for dry cleaning
  • Assist with mealtime
  • Help with medication reminders
  • Make the bed and change linens
  • Reading books and magazines
  • Planning outings and trips to stores
  • Escort seniors on errands
  • Help with morning wake up routines
  • Provide respite care to family support
  • Help with mobility and walking
  • Assistance with grooming, washing and dressing
  • Accommodations for cognitive impairments