Milwaukee business announces plans to hire 40 caregivers
Special to The Freeman
April 15, 2014
MILWAUKEE – The Home Instead
Senior Care office serving southeastern Wisconsin is planning to
add 40 new jobs in 2014.
According to a company statement, there’s a high demand for
caregiving services, which is outweighing the number of
available professional caregivers.
“We’re looking for compassionate and caring individuals who
enjoy helping others,” said David Kyhn, owner of the Home
Instead Senior Care office in Waukesha and Milwaukee County.
“These people help to improve the lives of families in our
communities which can be very satisfying. For recent graduates,
job hunters or employed individuals looking to make a change, a
career working with seniors can be a very rewarding experience.”
Becoming a caregiver at Home Instead Senior Care is a great job
for individuals looking for a flexible schedule that requires no
medical skills or training, according to the statement.
After being hired, individuals will participate in the Home
Instead CAREGiver training program, where they will learn the
skills needed to help enhance seniors’ quality of life.