Why Join Us:
The role of a caregiver is one of compassion, hard work, and reliability. Being a caregiver is key to helping our seniors maintain a quality of life wherever they call home. At Niile All-in Home Care, we are always looking for others to join our team. If you have a passion for caring for others, we want to hear from you today.
We’ll offer you a competitive pay, personal-time-off for full-time employees, a flexible schedule, in addition to a new sense of purpose.
Frequently Asked Questions working with Niile All-in Home Care in Texas.
What Tasks Would I Perform?
This depends on your skills, availability, and the position that you desire. Some of our caregivers act only as companions for our clients. This means spending time with them and performing light tasks when needed. Other clients need extra support, such as caring for someone with Alzheimer’s or another health condition. Our open position will describe the requirements of the job.
Each client has a custom care plan that is geared towards his or her particular needs, in which we list the services we provide. Before accepting a client, the care advisor will go over this list with you.
What Is a Care Advisor?
The care advisor is the person who matches you with your clients. He or she will answer your questions and track your performance.
What Is a Care Plan?
Every client receives a care plan that outlines your duties and responsibilities to the client that is in your care. We believe that caring for our clients is about more than performing tasks for them. The care plan includes activities designed to promote a mutual healthy body and mind.
Do I Need Any Special Training?
As a caregiver, the most important thing for you to possess is compassion. We want caring individuals who hold themselves to high standards of excellence.
Being hardworking, reliable and trustworthy are character traits we are always looking out for. Caregivers will regularly receive skill development training to enable them to approach their work as “rock stars”. And as a caregiver in the state of Texas, you are required to meet annual training hours. We also accept entry-level caregivers for which hands-on training is provided by the best caregivers in the industry.
Dependent on the care plan, certain caregivers will need to present special certifications required for unique health conditions.
How Far Will I Have to Travel?
You would have the choice of assignments to clients homes that are within 15 – 50 miles from your vicinity. It allows our caregivers to work within a close distance to where they live.
Do I Need to Provide Transportation?
Yes, you need a valid driver’s license to be a caregiver. Part of your duties might include driving your client to appointments or running errands. Having a reliable vehicle is a critical part of being a caregiver.
Will I Get Compensated for Mileage?
Yes, mileage compensation for transporting a client in a caregiver’s vehicle is one of the benefits we offer.
Am I covered if there is an Accident on the Job?
Yes. We offer workers compensation for all of our caregivers. This means that if you’re injured on the job, you’re covered.
Can I Choose My Own Clients?
The care advisor will match you with clients who fit your availability and personality, as we feel it creates a mutual benefit to the client and you. If during the care plan review with the care advisor, you feel that the plan is outside what you’re capable of offering, simply tell the advisor to recommend a more suitable caregiver for the client.
I Go to School, Can I Schedule Around My Classes?
Many caregivers are students or recent graduates. Let your care advisor know when you have classes and they can build a work schedule around it. When your classes change, let your care advisor know as soon as possible. This allows them to update your schedule.
What Happens If I Get Sick?
Agreeably, we don’t want you to get your client sick. Contact the care advisor as soon as you’re feeling ill so they can get temporary coverage for your client. Being a caregiver requires that you be there for your client when you are scheduled, this reliability is a critical part of our mission and promise to our clients. As much as we know and understand that being sick will occur, it should be an uncommon occurrence. This allows us to give the best service to our clients.
Can I Get a Promotion?
Following our quarterly and annual performance reviews, the review teams recommendation will determine if you have earned a contest reward, a compensation raise and a promotion. We believe in rewarding excellence.
Also, when you get extra certifications in-line with a new open position, you will be in the running for a promotion.
How Do Taxes Work?
As an employee of Niile All-in Home Care, all of our full-time caregivers will have the convenience of their taxes deducted via the W2 allocations.
How Much Will I Get Paid?
We pride ourselves on compensating our caregivers well. The amount you make will depend on your position, experience, and where you live.
If I Have a Certification, Do I Get Paid More?
This is possible and can be discussed. We value that you are investing in your own education and we will try to reward you for doing so. Certifications make you eligible for higher paying positions. Speak with your onboarding manager about building an education plan. This will help you advance to the job that you want.
Is There a Bonus If I Refer a Friend or an acquaintance to Niile All-in Home Care?
Yes! If you refer a trustworthy acquaintance, a friend or family member as a caregiver or sign on as a client, you get a monetary or special bonus as published for the month. This is a thank you for helping us grow our team.
Can I Earn Other Bonuses?
We offer merit-based bonuses throughout the year. If you help us excel at our strategic initiatives and the overall mission of helping our clients, we want to reward you ALWAYS.
Can I Get Health Insurance?
Full-time caregivers are eligible for health coverage. Part-time caregivers do not get personal insurance, but they do enjoy full Workers Comp protection.
- Hiring all positions
- Personal Caregiver
- Companion Caregiver
- Home Maker Assistant
- Family Home Caregivers
- Health Condition Specialty Caregivers