HCA is always hiring qualified home care aides and attendants.

Home Care Associates is founded on the belief that in order to provide quality care, home care workers must have quality jobs, training and support. As an employee-owned cooperative, we offer a positive career environment in which our home health aides contribute to the decision-making process and have a personal stake in our company. Become a skilled caregiver through our award winning home health aide training program.

Become An HCA Aide or Attendant

If you are you interested in becoming a HCA home health aide or attendant you must...

  • Apply on-line or in person.
  • Complete a Criminal Record Check and Child Abuse History Clearance
  • Pass a drug screening test
  • Have willingness to provide care for people from various backgrounds without regard to race, religion, gender, age, culture, sexual orientation, or disability
  • Be able to fulfill the physical requirements of the job
  • Complete a physical examination with 2-step Tuberculosis. Download the Form.
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HCA is always searching for qualified candidates to join our team. If you are interested, please apply here. You can also apply at our office Monday through Friday from 10 am to 2pm. Please call 267-238-3211 with any questions.

In order to gain employment with HCA you will need to provide proof of a physical examination which includes 2-step Tuberculosis testing. Download the Physical Examination Form.

HCA offers a nationally recognized training program to their employees

Excellent home health aide training is the basis of success for every HCA aide. As our employee, you will receive extensive education on the full range of clinical and social needs of our clients as well as the development of essential communication and problem solving skills.

As an HCA aide, you should be able to work independently, manage a complex schedule and respond creatively to difficult situations at work and at home. Upon completion, HCA graduates are certified as home health aides exceeding Medicare certification requirements.

You will also enter a twelve-week on-the-job training period. During this time, new employees meet one on one with a job counselor, share experiences through peer group meetings, and attend additional sessions to reinforce skills learned during training.

HCA is an equal opportunity employer where individuals are hired as employees and not rostered. Employment is based wholly on qualification and competence as indicated for a particular position. All decisions regarding employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals will be based upon personal capabilities, qualifications, merit, competence, and experience. Except where required or permitted by law, employment practices will not be influenced or affected by an applicant’s or employees’ race, religion, national origin, color, gender, age, physical or mental ability, sexual preference, marital or veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

HCA has read, understands, and will comply with the provision of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, as amended and prohibit discrimination on the basis of a disability. HCA will not discriminate against anyone with any physical or mental disability. Reasonable accommodations and inclusions will be provided for participants with disabilities to ensure compliance with the ADA.

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