Right at Home Caregivers Make All the Difference
Right at Home Scottsdale has been providing care aides to assist elderly and disabled adults in their homes since 2017. Our goal is to provide the highest quality of care to our clients in the industry and the only way we can do that is by hiring the highest quality care aides and creating an environment that rewards hard work, accountability, reliability and responsibility.
At Right at Home we value our care aides and want to make sure everyone feels they are recognized and appreciated.
Join the Right at Home Team
We are always looking to hire caring and dedicated individuals with a passion to care for seniors in our community.
AVAILABLE SHIFTS: Hourly | Days | Weekends | Overnights | Evenings
Right at Home offers a competitive wage and shifts throughout the area including Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Fountain Hills, and Phoenix
Additional Benefits include:
- Competitive Salary
- Online training programs with access to 1,000 online courses
- 24/7 Caregiver Support
- Flexible Schedule
- Mileage Reimbursement
- Direct Deposit
- Great Culture
If you are caring, committed and responsible with a desire to contribute positively to our community, then consider joining Right at Home as a Home Care Aide.
Who are Some Excellent Candidates:
- Certified Nurse Aide
- Certified Home Health Aides
- Certified Home Care Aides
- L.V.N. and R.N. Students
- IHSS Workers
- Those experienced caring for a family member or friend
- Teachers looking for extra weekend or summer employment
- College Students and Retirees looking for meaningful, part-time work
- Those comfortable cooking, doing general housework and caring for those in need
TRAINING AND CONTINUING EDUCATION FOR CARE STAFF
We offer Right at Home University, an online system offering more than 500 nationally recognized certification and training programs along with state-specific training, approved continuing education and professional development opportunities. Through Right at Home trainings, caregivers learn skills that help them develop as better overall caregivers while also providing knowledge on specific situations, including: