Employees at Alliance Home Health Care Services don’t just get a paycheck – they change peoples’ lives. Individuals who work here become part of clients’ lives, often assisting them through physically or emotionally tough times.
Home Health Aides visit clients to help with personal care, meals and light housework. The job requires individuals who are empathetic and dependable. A Home Health Aide’s schedule is very flexible. This is the perfect job for someone who can only work certain days and times.
To hear what it’s like to work at Alliance Home Health Care Services, meet their corporate talent manager, Tina Rozelle.
What kind of person makes a great Home Health Aide?
Caring, reliable, dependable, willingness to work 1-on-1 with a client.
Experience is a plus but not required. We provide on-the-job training for the right candidate.
Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age or older. Must have a valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, insured vehicle, pass a background and drug screen. In home care shifts are generally 2-3 hours and require travel time to multiple clients.
Why should job seekers consider a job at Alliance?
We treat our staff with the utmost respect. We value them as individuals. We offer a more competitive compensation package than most private duty home care agencies.
Alliance offers a competitive wage, flexible scheduling, mileage and travel time reimbursements, Retirement Account, and auto insurance discounts for all staff and paid time off, health, dental and vision insurance for full time staff.
When a job seeker meets you at a hiring event, what questions do you want them to ask you?
Ask me about our:
- flexible schedules
- insurance benefits
- perks of being an employee with Alliance Home Health
Can you share a story of a time when a caregivers’ work really impacted the life of their client?
We have so many stories. Our caregivers are truly super heroes. They go above and beyond to deliver the highest level of care and respect to our clients.
We have a client who had to move out of her home in 90 days. While our caregiver was with the client, he not only helped pack, clean and organize, but he advocated for her, as she had nowhere to go.
Fast forward: Our client has a new home. She recently called our office to tell us how she wouldn’t have survived the move without her caregiver. She said he was a “true companion during that uncertain time.” She was grateful for everything he did: helping bathe and dress, preparing meals and cleaning. He also taught her how to use a computer!
She was very hesitant to have a home health aide but she said, “accepting help from (us) was the best decision she’s made because living at home without assistance wasn’t an option anymore.”
Only our caregivers made it possible.
Meet Tina at Alliance Home Health Care Services’s upcoming hiring events!
Tuesday, February 20 – Muskegon
Thursday, March 1 – Grand Rapids
Tuesday, March 20 – Muskegon
Thursday, March 22 – Grand Rapids
Tuesday, March 27 – Holland
Home Health Aides/Direct Care/CNA/NA – Holland
HHA, CNA, CENA, Home Health Aide, Caregiver – Fennville
Home Health Aides and Caregivers – Allegan
See all open positions here.