Community: The Brooks of Cibolo
Address: 816 Everyday Way, Cibolo, TX

Do you have a compassionate heart for caring for people? Do you find joy in making people smile and building meaningful relationships? Are you seeking a fulfilling career where you can truly make a difference in the lives of seniors? Then come join our team as a Caregiver at our Community, where we prioritize Compassionate Care, Quality of Life, and Personal Growth!

Here at our Senior Living Community, we provide a stable work environment with consistent schedules, generous Paid Time Off to promote work-life balance, and a plethora of employee perks and programs that contribute to having a fulfilling, purpose-driven career in elderly care – not just another “job”.

Highlights of the Caregiver Position:

  • Personalized Care: Assist residents with activities of daily living (ADLs) including bathing, grooming, dressing, mobility, and more
  • Building Connections: Develop meaningful relationships and contribute to the happiness, dignity, and well-being of our elderly residents
  • Life Enrichment: Encourage residents to engage with scheduled activities, entertainment, and social interactions
  • Supportive Environment: Assist with light housekeeping, meal preparation and service, and creating a welcoming home-like atmosphere

What do you need to be a Caregiver at our Community?

  • While having caregiving experience is a plus, it's not required. All we ask is that you have a positive attitude, empathy, and a willingness to learn and grow in the senior care field. We offer on-the-job training and support!

Employee Perks, Programs, and Benefits:

  • Next Day Pay: Access to Next Day Pay through our partnership with OnShift
  • Stable Scheduling: Consistent work hours to support your needs
  • Exclusive Discounts: Access to 300,000 Travel, Restaurant, and Retail Discounts
  • Referral Bonuses: Unlimited employee referral bonuses! Bring your caregiving friends!
  • Professional Development: Frequent Training, Promotion Opportunities, and Continuing Education Reimbursement Program
  • Community Involvement: Paid Volunteer Days to make an impact
  • Comprehensive Benefits: Competitive Paid Time Off, Health, Dental, Vision, Pet Insurance, and More! (We even have Pet Insurance for all you Pet Parents!)
  • Great Place to Work – We've got the awards to prove it!

Our Mission: Passionate Service. Passionate Cleanliness. Passionate Care.

As a condition of employment at a Civitas Senior Living community, all new hires will be asked to complete a screening process as required by state regulations. All offers of employment are contingent upon the successful completion of this process. Residency within the State that this Community/Location operates in is a condition of employment.

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