It Takes A Special Person To Be A Christian Caregiver

As caregivers for seniors, Christian Home Care requires just the right kind of person to fill our positions. This is a unique job that is full of personal rewards and numerous joyful moments. There are also challenges and responsibilities, and these include both physical and emotional challenges. You have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of your clients, you will build fulfilling, God-honoring relationships, and you will make the world better one family at a time.

"This is the message you heard from the beginning: We should love one another." 1 John 3:11.

We take to heart our Guiding Beliefs, and want it to carry over into the care that we provide. With all our clients, caregivers are doing the work that God has called us to do.

Hiring and Training Required for Caregivers

Because we go into people's homes and provide such personal care, there are many Hiring Requirements and Training Requirements to be a Christian caregiver. Those we care for are valued as individuals; we strive to follow our Guiding Beliefs in every way so that we reflect each persons worth in the care and assistance we provide for them.

The following benefits are applicable for our caregivers:

• RN supervision

• Orientation and Mentoring Programs

• Monthly Continuing education

• End of year bonus for meeting attendance

• End of year bonus for caregiver initiative

• Paid personal days (criteria discussed during orientation)

If you feel like you have what it takes to join our team and become a Christian Caregiver, complete the application by clicking the link below. Enter the username and password to access the application.

Start now by clicking the Application button

Hiring Requirements Include:

Tuberculosis Test

Bureau of Criminal Identification & Investigation

Hepatitis B Vaccine or Decline Form

Physical or Physician Statement of Medical Fitness

Immunization Record

Driver's License

Proof of Insurance

Certification/Training Required:

S.T.N.A. for Personal Caregivers


First Aid

Agency Awareness/Job Orientation

Role & Responsibiltiy of the Home Care Worker

Basic Understanding of the Aging Process

Proper Client Documentation

Client Confidentiality/Client Rights

All of our caregivers are bonded and insured, require a criminal background check, continuing caregiver training, and continuing spiritual encouragement.