Imagine loving a job that loves you back.

Do you love your current job? Does it return the favor?

If not, we invite you to join one of the fastest-growing fields in the country: the care industry. Right now, there are literally hundreds of job and training opportunities available throughout New York state for:

 

Certified Nurse Assistants

Home Health Aides

Personal Care Assistants

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Do you have the Caring Gene?

Do you have that instinctive desire to want to help friends, neighbors, or even complete strangers? If so, you may have the Caring Gene.

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If you care, you’re prequalified.

You don’t need a college education or experience in healthcare to land one of these jobs. All you need to prequalify is a high school diploma or GED, appropriate training and certifications (often offered by employers with pay), and what we call the Caring Gene—that instinctive ability to want to help others. Here’s what many employers offer:

Paid time off

Medical/dental insurance

Retirement options

Flexible work schedules

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Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA)

Earn up to $30,000 + benefits in your first year working in a nursing home. All you need to prequalify is a high school diploma or GED. In some cases, free training and certification classes are provided while you get paid.

Home Health Aide (HHA)

Earn up to $25,000 + benefits in your first year working in a patient’s home. All you need to prequalify is a high school diploma or GED. In some cases, free training is provided while you get paid.

Personal Care Assistant (PCA)

Earn up to $20,000 + benefits in your first year working in a patient’s home. All you need to prequalify is a high school diploma or GED. In some cases, free training is provided by your employer while you get paid.

To learn more about job and training opportunities in long-term care, download this free brochure.

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Are you a provider?

Find out more about the Iroquois Healthcare Association Workforce Investment Organization, the people behind the Caring Gene™ campaign.

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