Looking for a rewarding career that makes a difference in peoples’ lives? Let us help you find the perfect clinical position that will help you make a positive impact everyday. Resource 1 Homecare Staffing represents top Medicare-certified Homecare & Hospice agencies nationwide, and we will ensure your skills are accurately presented, and your compensation needs met.
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Why Work With Us
Find a Rewarding Home Health Care Job for You
Are you searching for a career where you can make a positive impact in people’s lives? Would you like to work for a company that truly cares for health care professionals like you?
At Resource 1, we help home care professionals find a rewarding career by connecting them with agencies that need their expertise and skills. We take care of all our candidates because we believe that happy employees provide the best service. That is why we make sure to match candidates with opportunities where they can shine and fit their different scheduling needs, preferences, and career goals.
- Partnerships with top Medicare Certified Home Care Providers
- $1,000 referral bonus
- Full-time, permanent placement opportunities
OUR APPLICATION PROCESS
Find the Perfect Home Care Job
Fill out our online form. We will review your application and match you with an agency that needs your expertise.
Screening & Interview
Phone interview with our talent professionals, live interview with your new employer, and required background checks.
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Types of Home Health Care Jobs
Nurse, therapist, assistant or social worker, we have a job in home health care that fits you. We will help you pursue your passion while achieving your professional goals. Our focus:
Registered nurses perform diagnostic tests, monitor, record and report symptoms or changes in patient’s conditions and prepare patients for examination and treatment.
Speech Language Pathologists
Speech language pathologists assess, diagnose, treat, and help patients with communication and swallowing disorders.
Occupational therapists treat injured, ill, or disabled patients by organizing and conducting occupational therapy programs to facilitate rehabilitation.
Occupational Therapy Assistants
Occupational Therapy Assistants work with an occupational therapist and handles administrative tasks, including recording patients’ progress.
Occupational Therapy Assistants work with an occupational therapist and handles Physical therapists treat injured or ill people by improving their movement and managing their pain.
Physical Therapy Assistants
Physical therapy assistants assist in rehabilitation, treatment, and prevention of patients with chronic conditions, illnesses, or injuries.
Licensed Medical Social Workers
Social workers address problems ranging from functional impairment, psychological problems, cognitive issues, grief and loss, legal and ethical issues, as well as end of life concerns.
Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses
Licensed practical or vocational nurses care for people who are sick, injured, convalescent, or disabled.
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