Do you have what it takes to be a part of our team?
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You could have chosen any other career, but you did not.  Your decision tells us you have a caring heart.  Possessing empathy and compassion for others and using those attributes to care for someone you have no relationship with is more than a job, it is your calling, your gift to humanity.   Being a caregiver is not about the work you do, it is about what you feel for other and how you project those feelings to make someone else feel extraordinary.  

To accomplish our Core Values, Vision and Mission Ability Homecare follows a strict hiring process where all applicants must undergo rigorous interviews, background checks and continuous training.  

If you share our Core Values, Vision and Mission let’s work together.  To learn more about career opportunities with Ability Homecare, Contact Us.  A talent specialist will respond within 48-72 hours.  Please remember to bring the following documents with you to the interview and remember, first impressions are lasting impression.  

  • Professional license and/or certification
  • Continuous education certificates
  • Recognition and Awards Certificates, Letters of Appreciation, Letters of Recommendations
  • Current CPR Certificate
  • Driver’s license or photo identification
  • Proof of automobile insurance
  • Authorized to work in U.S.
  • (3) Professional references and (3) personal references
    1. Absolutely Must Have References Contact Information
      1. Home or work address with street address; apt. / condo, or suite #; city, and zip code
      2. Home, work, or cellphone number
      3. For professional references his/her position and/or title
  • Health Statement
    1. Required before being interviewed by our agency
    2. A statement not more than 6-months old from a doctor, physician assistant, advanced registered nurse practitioner, or registered nurse that the caregiver is free of communicable diseases

Thank you for your interest in our home health agency and for visiting our website.  

If you are a licensed nurse, certified nursing assistant or home health aide or aspire to become one, here are some helpful resources:

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