Caregivers are the backbone of any senior living community. They are responsible for creating a quality of life and experiences for the residents living in the community. On a daily basis, this position will assist with activities of daily living to include performing patient care activities under the supervision of the Director of Clinical Care. Caregivers typically work shifts, most common are 6:00a-2:00p, 2:00p-10p, and 10:00p-6a. Most caregivers work a 40-hour week. As a full time caregiver companies provide health benefits, Paid Time Off, Sick Leave as needed, training, discount program, and many other perks.
There will be over 1 million new care worker jobs created by 2028, which will grow the current caregiver workforce by 46%. With such growth there will be opportunity to advance your career within the Health and Wellness area and across other departments in a senior living community. Serving as caregiver, you will experience all aspects of the operation and choose the direction you want to go. Below we’ve listed the stages of growth in the health and wellness department. If you have question about other growth opportunities, our Care Coach would be happy to share these with you.
- Certified Caregiver Specialist
- Medication Technician
- Resident Care Coordinator
- Wellness Director