Are you looking for work, but struggling to find something that you can balance with your lifestyle? Maybe you have a family, and you used to work while your kids were at school but there home now and you can only leave for a few hours here and there. Maybe you're a student trying to find something that you can do in between classes. Maybe you are just looking to give back or just enjoying caring for and helping those that can no longer do so themselves. If any of this sounds like you then give us a call, it sounds like we might have the perfect job for you!

Where you can help:

We cover both the South Shore an South Coast, or you could say that we cover the Eastern Part of Norfolk County, and pretty much all of Plymouth County. Don't worry though, we wouldn't have you cover all that space. The goal is to always give our employees clients close to home. Here is a list of towns where we have clients immediately available (we cover more then what is shown, if you don't see the town you want just call and ask)

● Wareham (Daytime) (Weekdays & Weekend)

● Plymouth (Daytime) (Weekdays & Weekend)

● Marshfield (Daytime) (Weekdays)

● Middelborough (Daytime) (Weekdays)


What's in it for you?

● Choose your own schedule      ● Work 1:1 with clients      ● Full Benefits for those that are eligible (ask for details)      ● 401K Options 

    ● Ongoing training      ● A supportive office


Pay Rates (Based on Area, and Case Specific)

$13.00 - $16.00 per hour

What is it like being a Certified Nursing Assistant with BAYADA?

Assists with assigned personal care tasks

Assists with ambulation and exercises.

Performs light homemaking assistance, including help with personal laundry, meal preparation,
and food shopping.

Observes and understands safety and infection control issues

Demonstrates sound judgment

Reports any changes in client’s condition to the Clinical or Client Services Manager

Completes daily Activity Records and accurately documents the care provided.


What you need to qualify:

●  HHA Certificate OR CNA License (in good standing)      ● 1 Year Work History (Can be in any industry, or private care experience)



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