Right at Home Caregivers Make All the Difference
Right at Home of Central Ohio is a leading, national in-home care company that fosters a culture of teamwork, trust and support. We deliver the highest possible quality of life for our clients by hiring the highest possible quality individuals to care for them.
We value our amazing care staff and feel it's important they have opportunities for growth on a trusted and respected team. Learn what makes you a great fit at Right at Home of Central Ohio.
Our Friendly Right at Home Culture
We hire the best caregivers and help them succeed through excellent training and support. We reward our caregivers through weekly pay, monthly performance bonuses and other incentives for excellent caregiving including health care coverage, tuition reimbursement and vacation incentives.
Hear What Our Caregivers Are Saying About Working For Right at Home of Central Ohio
Why is Right at Home the Right Fit For You?
Depending on Employment Status (part/full time) Incentives Include:
Competitive Salary | Higher Weekend Pay | Weekly Pay | Direct Deposit | Referral Bonus
Monthly Performance Bonuses | Flexible Schedule | Mileage Reimbursement | Health Insurance
Aflac Program | Caregiver Appreciation Program | Training & Ongoing Education | Positive Culture
Opportunity for Employee Advancement | Guaranteed Full Time Hours for the Right Person
Who Are Excellent Candidates for Right at Home
• Nurses and CNAs • Nurses and CNAs in training • Clinical case managers • Students in healthcare fields • Experienced family caregivers • Retirees and empty-nesters • Caring individuals over age 18
Training and Continuing Education for Care Staff
Right at Home University
Our CERT (Caregiver Education Retention and Training) program provides ongoing, specialized training that ensures that our caregivers understand the high standards of care expected by Right at Home of Central Ohio. Some courses offer credit hours.
Through Right at Home University – the educational arm of our CERT Program – caregivers are given training on issues that help them develop as better overall caregivers, as well as deal with very specific situations, including:
Caregivers receive weekly job performance tips, monthly training modules through RAH University, and quarterly in person training on Ambulation and Transferring, Cognitive Care, CPR, and Professional Communication Skills.