Full time


Peoria, AZ

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About the role

Job Description:

As a caregiver in our assisted living facility, you are crucial in enhancing the lives of our residents. This role involves providing empathetic support, aiding with daily living activities, administering medication, meal preparation, and upholding a clean and safe environment for all residents.


  • Assist residents with personal care activities such as bathing, dressing, grooming, and toileting.
  • Administer medications to residents as per the schedule and dosage prescribed.
  • Prepare and serve meals, adhering to dietary restrictions and preferences.
  • Monitor and report any changes in the health, behavior, or needs of residents to the supervisory staff.
  • Engage residents in social and physical activities to promote mental and physical well-being.
  • Maintain cleanliness and sanitation in resident living spaces and common areas.
  • Adhere to all facility policies and regulations, including safety and emergency procedures.
  • Provide emotional support and companionship to residents.
  • Ensure the confidentiality of all resident information is upheld.


  • Certification: Must have a caregiver certification recognized by the state.
  • Background Check: Must consent to and pass a comprehensive background check.
  • Drug Test: Required to pass a pre-employment drug test.
  • Food Handlers Card: Must obtain or currently hold a Food Handlers Card.
  • Experience: Preferably with prior caregiving experience in an assisted living or similar environment.
  • Skills: Strong communication and interpersonal skills, compassionate demeanor, and teamwork capabilities.
  • Physical Requirements: Must be physically able to perform job duties, including lifting and assisting residents.

Additional Information:

Shifts may include nights, weekends, and holidays, depending on the facility's needs. We seek dedicated individuals who are committed to the highest standards of care and can adapt to the diverse needs of our residents.

This job description now specifies that candidates are required to have a state-recognized caregiver certification rather than being a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), aligning with your requirements.