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Are you a professional care giver living in the West Valley? Do you take pride in your work? Are you looking for a company that will value you? If you answered yes to these questions, then we would like to talk to you about opportunities to work together in order to help our clients reach their fullest potential.

Step 1: Fill complete the application below. This will put your information in front of our management staff so that we can contact you and set up an in-person interview.

Employment Application

Step 2: Our staff will reach out to you to conduct a brief telephone interview.

Step 3: Schedule your certification training. We provide the training free of charge.

Schedule your training.

Training is currently being conducted over the Internet or with Zoom. Once the COVID-19 Crisis is complete, we will resume in-house training at our Buckeye training facility.

Step 4: Attend an in-person interview at our Buckeye office. It is important that you keep your appointment and be on time. Please bring the following items with you if you have them:

Driver's License
Social Security Card or Passport
Fingerprint Clearance Card
Any certifications that you have.
Copy of your Auto insurance
Copy of your auto registration

During this visit, we will finalize the paperwork and roll finger prints if needed. Schedule your interview.

Map to our office.

We are located at 25560 W. MC-85, Suite 15, Buckeye, AZ 85326. From I-10, take the Miller Road exit and go south to MC-85 (Monroe St.) Turn right on MC-85 and go west 1/2 mile. We are located at the front of the Mill Iron Plaza on the right-hand side of the road (north side).

Step 5: Prior to being hired, you must complete any required training and become certified for the services that you will be providing. There is no cost to you for this training. Once trained, you will be given a copy of your certifications. Training can take anywhere from one to five days, depending on the certifications that you currently hold and the services that you will be providing. Typically, a new direct care worker will need three days of training before they can begin working.

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Offices in the Mill Iron Plaza: 25560 W. HWY 85, Suite 15 Buckeye, AZ 85326