Are you looking for a job that will also provide you with personal fulfillment? There’s nothing more rewarding than being able to help others. Our caregivers provide in-home non-medical care for people who are aging, people recovering from injury/illness, and individuals with physical disabilities.
We’re looking for people who:
- Are compassionate and caring
- Are trustworthy
- Are independent
- Have a desire to enhance the lives of others
- Want to experience the true sense of personal fulfillment that comes from helping others
As an ILS caregiver, you’ll:
- Have part-time work with a flexible schedule (days, evenings, or weekends)
- Receive competitive wages
- Have the opportunity to participate in a 401(k) plan
- Gain opportunities for career advancement
- Receive paid training
- Ability to care for family members
ILS has been assisting individuals in our community for over 25 years. Become a part of our team and be a hero to individuals in our community who need your support!
Frequently Asked Questions
There is no minimum or maximum hours per week required. We do watch out for our caregivers who work over 40 – 45 hours to make sure they are not at risk for injury due to being tired, feel overburdened or need time for their own well-being.
We offer flexible scheduling to work with your availability.
Yes, we want to ensure that you feel you have the tools to help you be successful on the job. We offer initial orientation training and then optional quarterly and ongoing online training modules. We offer paid training for all trainings offered. We also have a Safety Mentor on staff that is available for personal training in the field if you ever have concerns or questions regarding your duties.
No, just the heart and compassion for helping others who need care. We provide the training needed to complete the day to day tasks.
We base the start rate on your experience. We also add $ .50 on the hourly rate for evening, overnights and weekends.
We are currently offering a $200 sign-on bonus for a limited time!
Assisting with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing, grooming, meal prep, medication management, errands, safety supervision, companionship, light housekeeping, social activities, laundry, etc.
Yes, if they qualify for state funded services you may qualify to be a paid caregiver as long as you are not their spouse or Power of Attorney.