Caregivers Needed

White Glove Elderly Care

2130 Yellowfin Circle, Naples, Florida, 34114

Flexible Hours

About Caregivers Needed

Job Description

Caregiver/Personal Care Specialist

Essential Functions

  Deliver exceptional care to the dedicated client in the comfort of their home.

  Complete daily tasks in a safe and professional manner while treating your client like family, going above and beyond to enhance their quality of life.

  Assist clients with personal care activities such us, but not limited to, personal hygiene, mobility assistance, light housekeeping, meal preparation and feeding.

  Provide companionship and emotional support to clients promoting a positive, friendly and family type environment. Actively participate in entertaining activities such as playing table games or playing music of the clients choice.

  Accompany clients on medical appointments and other outings, as needed.

  Maintain accurate and timely documentation of all care provided.


  No prior experience required. Full training will be provided.

  Empathy, compassion, and kindness a MUST

  Must be reliable, dependable and on-time.

  Previous experience as a home health assistant (HHA) is a plus.

  CPR Certification (BSL)

  Excellent communication skills. Must speak English.


  Competitive hourly rate

  Starting as contractor but with opportunity for advancement and growth based on performace

  Flexible schedule, allowing you to choose your shift (24/7)

  Ongoing training and education opportunities in the field

If interested, please apply directly on our website or call us at (239) 397-117

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