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R.G.U.S., Inc. has Inmediate Openings
Do you have a lifelong passion for helping others? Perhaps you already have experience in the non-medical assistance field; either way, the professionals from R.G.U.S., Inc. would love to hear from you. We’re currently hiring homecare aides and looking for experienced people to help us train new staff members.
To give potential new staff and jobseekers a better idea of the type of person we’re looking for and the responsibilities they’ll have, we’ve collected some more information below about our homecare services and requirements.
What Type of Person Does it Take to Provide Quality Homecare?
Compassionate & Understanding
Perhaps you’ve always wanted to become a homecare aide but aren’t sure what type of qualities are needed. Providing homecare services isn’t always easy, so the ideal candidate would be someone who is patient, understanding and always willing to help.
A Motivated Worker
Being one of the homecare aides from R.G.U.S., Inc. means more than simply helping provide non-medical care for the elderly or those with special needs: it also requires you to be a motivated person who’s ready to work. Homecare aides assist with chores such as light cleaning, meal planning and shopping, assisting with eating, bathing, and dressing, in addition to providing companionship.
A few of the most common duties performed by our homecare aides include providing medication reminders, helping out with the shopping and meal preparation, helping plan weekly food menus, and doing laundry, as well as providing transportation when needed.
Here’s a brief breakdown of some of the duties you may be responsible for performing throughout the day, as well as why they’re so important to our clients:
For clients with limited mobility, even doing the dishes can be a difficult chore, which is why homecare aides are expected to help tidy up during the day. Having a helping hand around the house makes things much easier on families and those who’ve chosen to age in place.
For those with special needs or limited mobility, getting around can be tough, especially if they have to go across town for a doctor’s appointment. Our homecare aides are prepared to provide transportation services and have vehicles at their disposal.
Visiting the Grocery Store:
Everybody needs to eat, especially those with special needs or clients that have chosen to remain at home and age in place. A healthy diet is paramount, which is why homecare aides are often tasked with visiting the grocery store and picking up food items to help prepare healthy meals.
Washing Clothes & Linens:
Providing clean linens and clothing to those who are homebound is essential for both their comfort, as well as their hygiene. For this reason, the homecare aides from R.G.U.S., Inc. will be expected to change bed linens and wash clothes on a regular basis to ensure a sanitary environment and that our clients are comfortable at home.
Meal Preparation & Cooking:
You don’t have to be a top chef or a gourmand to be a great homecare aide, but you will need to prepare meals and craft healthy menus for our clients. Eating right and staying hydrated is especially important for those with special needs. Many without the right care can fall into bad habits, such as eating too many salty snacks or frequently ordering out. Our homecare aides help ensure every one of those we care for has healthy, home-cooked meals.
Working as a Home Assistant with R.G.U.S., Inc.
If you can perform all of the duties above and have a heart for companionship and understanding, then you’re an ideal candidate for a job with R.G.U.S., Inc. But before applying, let’s go over some of the most important requirements.
To obtain a position as one of our elite homecare aides, you’ll need:
What Training Does R.G.U.S., Inc. Provide to its Homecare Aides?
In order to join the team at R.G.U.S., Inc. as a homecare aide, candidates are first required to pass a 24-hour pre-service training course and background check. Every year homecare aides are also required to participate in mandatory, 12-hour in-service training. We match our homecare aides with the needs of our clients and often, we have clients waiting for a homecare aide.
Multi-Lingual Candidates are a Bonus
Since R.G.U.S., Inc. provides care to a wide range of clients, speaking additional languages is always a plus. Be sure to mention in your application that you’re multi-lingual in case we have a client in search of a homecare aide that speaks their native language.
We’re looking for homecare aides that speak:
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