Home Care Jobs –  Hiring CNAs and HHAs


Client with CNA

Client with CNA

Are you looking for a home care jobs in the central Florida home health care workplace?  Our home care staff members are carefully screened and selected on the basis of their healthcare experience and their commitment to the “Partners in Health Care Way” of doing business. Our Home Health Aides, CNAs, LPNs and RNs are employees, not contractors. Our home care nurses and aides are employees and they are bonded, covered by Professional Liability, and Worker’s Compensation insurances. 

All caregivers are introduced to the client by the RN Care Manager. She proactively manages each caregiver to ensure that each client is satisfied. We offer block staffing, part time, and per diem work. Our salaries are competitive; we also offer shift differentials,  paid time off based upon hours worked, and referral bonuses.  All of our communications is on line so you must have access to the Internet. 

Please click the following link and complete the Caregivers Application form and attach a resume to apply for a position with the home care team.




Certified Nursing Assistant


Home Health Aide


Companion or Homemaker






Office Administration


Marketing Representative



Weekend Differential

Paid Time Off

Short shift Rates

Vacation Time

Free CEU Training

Life Insurance

Dental Insurance

Vision Insurance

Direct Deposit

Professional Liability Insurance

Social Security Matching Contributions

Workman’s Compensation Insurance

Screening Requirements are Important!

As members of the Caregiver Quality Assurance  program we realize that caregiving is a tremendous responsibility and we have set high standards when selecting our team.  Prospective caregivers must complete an online assessment which measures counter-productive attitudes, behavioral styles, cognitive ability, and job engagement.  This is to help assure a good fit between the caregiver and the consumer.

Here are the checks all caregivers will need to pass.

Minimum Employment Screening and on-boarding process:

  1. Review of HHA Application to ensure minimum requirements are met
  2. Telephone interview
  3. HHA Assessment exam
  4. Skills evaluation
  5. FBI and FDLE background screening
  6. Electronic fingerprinting
  7. Color photograph stored in State (AHCA) database
  8. Verification of work eligibility
  9. Training verification
  10. Nationals Sex offender check 
  11. Federal Department of Health OIG check
  12. Business and personal reference checks
  13. Drug Screening
  14. On-site Interviews interviews with HR and RNs
  15. Owner screening