Freedom Home Care Caregiving Careers
Are You Looking for a Career in HealthCare?
Are you looking to make a difference in someone’s life? What if you could make a difference in more than one? At Freedom Home Care and Medical Staffing we pride ourselves on our dedicated staff that makes the lives of many comfortable and happy. We believe that great care starts with our employees, which is why we offer great benefits and experience.
Below are some of our more common positions we are always hiring for. All of our positions come with great incentives, referral bonuses and the flexibility of picking your own shifts and locations. Apply by submitting just one online application and one of our Human Resource Directors will be in touch.
Caregiver- Caregiving positions are most common within a client’s home but are also capable of helping in Memory Care, Assisted Living, Independent Living, and Hospice. Our caregivers have experience working with elderly, disabled, or a client that has had a medical setback. This position may require you to perform activities of daily living, transferring, cooking a healthy meal, light housekeeping, and may also entail driving the client to appointments or errands. For driver’s an active car insurance and current driver’s license must remain on file at all times. All caregivers must provide medical clearance, a TB test and must submit fingerprints to the IDPH Home Care Registry.
C.N.A – C.N.A’s must be certified thru the State of Illinois, always have an active TB test and physical on file. This position may include similar duties as a Caregiver, as well as performing more complex job duties with our clients.
LPN – Licensed Practical Nurses are always in high demand at Freedom! Our LPNs typically enjoy facility settings such as Memory Care/Assisted Living, Skilled Nursing, and Schools. LPNs may have an opportunity to work in homes as well. LPNs must be licensed with the State of Illinois and have had experience in providing care. You must have current medical clearance, a current TB test, flu shot, vaccinations, and be CPR certified.
RNs –Registered Nurses are a key component for providing quality of care. RNs must be familiar with a variety of equipment, diagnoses, and treatments. RNs can work in a hospital, facility or private duty home. All RNs are required to be medically cleared, have an active TB test, flu shot, and vaccinations on file. Further requirements may be required depending on your skill set and placement.
Don’t wait to make a difference! Join our team today and apply.