The Riverside County Department of Public Social Services is hiring and training caregivers for In-Home Supportive Services. Caregivers help seniors or dependent adults who need care and want to remain in their homes.
Pay starts at $13.25 an hour with a rate increase to $14.50 an hour in January 2021. Caregivers can earn up to $20.25 an hour if they agree to be on-call as a Back-Up System caregiver and work the hours requested. Benefits including sick pay and voluntary participation in the United Domestic Workers union. Caregivers may qualify for health and dental benefits, administered by the UDW union.
Applicants must pass a federal background check, clear a drug and alcohol test, and submit required documents and work preferences, which include availability for days, times, and locations. Applicants must have reliable transportation, a California driver’s license or identification card, and an original social security card.
To apply, call 888-960-4477 or visit www.riversideihss.org. To learn more about In-Home Supportive Services, visit www.dpss.co.riverside.ca.us/public-authority.
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