be a classen caregiver
Join the Classen Team
Looking for a new career?
Classen Caregivers are in high demand and are part of a quality team!
Being a Classen Caregiver is a great way to make a difference in the lives of people who may not be able to care for themselves. Not only does it provide a sense of purpose and fulfillment, but it can also be financially rewarding.
Classen Caregivers enjoy flexible schedules and a competitive salary. Additionally, caregivers receive training and support to develop new skills. And the sense of accomplishment that comes from helping those in need can be incredibly life-changing!
Why You Should Become a Classen Caregiver
Classen Caregivers are the gold standard for in-home health care. Our team of highly trained aides, nurses, and home health professionals are dedicated to providing the best care for our clients. Our reputation for excellence is well-deserved, and we take pride in our caregivers' dedication to providing quality care. Join our team today and benefit from our free training, supervision, and support.
Do you have what it takes to be a Classen Caregiver?
We look for individuals who have strong social skills, demonstrate compassion, professionalism, honesty, initiative and a genuine desire to improve the lives of others.
We offer tremendous flexibility. Whether you are currently employed, retired, out of the workforce for a while, looking for part-time, full-time, or need to navigate around the family schedule, we may have something that works for you.
To find out more about a career in home care, or our New York State approved training programs, please visit us at our office or call 607-277-1342. There's usually someone here you can meet with during our business hours, so feel free to stop in! We are open 8:30-4:30, Monday through Friday except major holidays.
If you'd like to get a head start, apply here or download our employment application below, and bring it in with you!!
and NEW YORK STATE CERTIFICATION
Classen Home Health offers free New York State PCA (Personal Care Assistant) and HHA (Home Health Aide) certification classes several times each year.
In addition, if you have documented experience as a caregiver providing hands-on assistance with ADLs (activities of daily living) you may be eligible for a one- or two-day competency evaluation in lieu of a full class.
Contact us for details