BAYADA Home Health Care has an immediate need for HHA - Home Health Aides/ CNA- Certified Nursing Assistants to care for our clients. 

Why BAYADA?

As a member of our home care team, you will be valued, respected, and heard. Working at BAYADA, you’ll have the opportunity to treat patients from the comfort of their own homes and improve lives on a daily basis. Behind every door you’ll find a courage and a commitment that will inspire you to go further than you ever thought possible. But every day, you’ll be a life-changing force to our clients and their families, and it’s why you’ll love what you do.

The BAYADA Dedham Office is offering Virtual and Phone interviews for HHAs/CNAs. If you have an immediate need for employment and a passion for providing care for the elderly, please join our team today!  Also, tell a friend or family member, we offer a Talent Scout Referral Bonus! 

You have the ability to work as a HHA/CNA with Clients in any of the locations listed below, but is not limited to: 

  • Walpole
  • Sharon
  • Foxboro
  • Stoughton
  • Wrentham 
  • Millis

 BAYADA offers HHAs/CNAs tons of benefits, but is not limited to:

  • Work 30 hours or more a week earn $520- $560+ consistently per week
  • Weekly pay Direct Deposit
  • Flexible scheduling 
  • Consistent Weekly Schedule
  • Short commute times
  • Scholarship and Training programs
  • Paid Time Off
  • Health Insurance
  • Paid Mileage
  • 24 / 7 Clinical manager (RN) support

How do you Qualify for employment as a HHA/CNA?:

  • Minimum one year of verifiable work experience
  • HHA - Home Health Aide Certificate OR Active CNA License in good standing

 Job Responsibilities of HHAs/CNAs at BAYADA:

  • Activities of daily living
  • Range of motion / exercises
  • Transfers / use of mechanical lifting devices
  • Oral feeding
  • Assisting with ambulation
  • Medication assistance
  • Light housekeeping

 BAYADA recognizes and rewards our HHAs/CNAs who set and maintain the highest standards of excellence. Join our caring team today!

Please Note: BAYADA serves clients throughout Massachusetts. If this location does not meet your needs, please continue to apply and we will happily direct you to your desired location.

While the world is cautioned to stay home in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, BAYADA’s mission to safely keep people there has never been more important. Without home care, our clients risk infection and hospitalization, at hospitals with already-strained resources.

With the protection of our clients and caregivers as our highest priority, we have mobilized a swift, efficient, and comprehensive response so that we can stay on the front lines, giving care—safely. If you’re the type of person who rises to the occasion and wants to make a difference in the lives of others, we want to meet you (virtually, even)! We can work through this crisis—together.

 

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