Job: Caregiver

Title Caregiver
Job Information


Caregivers are responsible for assisting residents in all activities of daily living except for medication management and some therapies and treatments. Activities of Daily Living include: mobility, safety, hearing, vision, speech, cognition and behavior, showering, dressing, grooming, laundry, housekeeping, dining, toileting, and activities.


  • Check in with the Med Aide on your shift and the Caregivers on the shifts before and after yours.
  • Check the Communication Book at the beginning of each shift; read and initial all entries from your last day of work. Read and initial any new memos. Read and initial 24-Hour Report.
  • Learn how to complete required paperwork, including documenting in Communication Book, Progress Notes, Incident Reports, and others.
  • Provide each resident with assistance in Activities of Daily Living according to his/her Care Plan.
  • Assist residents with getting ready for medical appointments, activities, meals, etc.
  • As showers and laundry are completed, initial the appropriate list signifying that the task has been completed.
  • Report any resident concerns to the med Aide or Nurse, such as unusual behaviors, changes in physical, emotional, or mental status, etc.
  • Report any maintenance concerns to the Maintenance Department, such as leaky faucets, pet damage, continuous odors, burned out light bulbs, shower heads that don’t work, carpet, stains, etc.
  • Assist in Dining Room, as needed. Duties may include setting tables, serving, cleaning up, assisting residents with eating, and delivering and picking up of trays.
  • Assist with housekeeping duties, as needed.
  • All other job-related duties, or as assigned.


  • Willingness to show pride in Harvest Homes when talking to others, dealing with outside resources, or performing services within the facility.
  • Ability to promote a professional image on the phone or in person through attitude, mannerisms, and attire.
  • Genuine concern for and the ability to work with the elderly.
  • Ability to work as a team member with residents and other employees of varying cultural, ethnic, and educational backgrounds.
  • Dependability.
  • Ability to work well on your own without constant supervision.
  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally, and in writing, in English.
  • Ability to accept constructive criticism and a willingness to correct mistakes.
  • Willingness to complete 12 hours of inservice per year.
  • Willingness to obtain Food Handlers Card if job duties include food preparation.
  • Must be 18 years of age or older.


We are a 24/7 facility that is open 365 days a year.


Morning Shift:   6am-2pm

Evening Shift:    2pm-10pm

NOC Shift:           10pm-6am

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