Grow your career - Honor Care Pro Position - $14-$17/hr

Are you compassionate, patient, and caring? Do you believe taking care of our elderly is one of the most important and fulfilling jobs on the planet? We sure do.

Honor is the fastest growing home care company in the Bay Area. We're looking for amazing caregivers to provide non-medical care to older adults. Honor provides in-home senior care, helping older adults continue to live well and independently at home. We are not a typical agency, we are disrupting the in-home care industry using technology and care. Caregivers are at the heart of Honor and we treat them better that anyone else, our company culture is based on respect.

Schedule: Full-Time (30-40 hours/week) / Weekends

Compensation: $14-$20 depending on where you work

Location:  San Francisco, Peninsula, South Bay, Oakland, Fremont & Hayward (Immediate Open Positions)



  • Must be 21 or older

  • A valid CA driver's license

  • Your own car with valid proof of insurance

  • Minimum of 6 months paid caregiving experience (non-family member) or one of the following certifications: RN, LVN, CNA, HHA

  • Must have experience lifting and transferring

  • Must have experience diapering and changing briefs

  • Must have experience bathing, toileting and/or bed bathing

  • Negative TB test or chest x-ray

  • 2 Professional References in health care (private caregiving, facilities, nursing homes, hospitals, etc)

What Honor offers:

  • Honor App to help prepare for work and leave notes

  • Paid overtime

  • Paid sick leave

  • Paid orientation and training

  • Paid holidays at the rate of 1.5x

  • Direct deposit, paid weekly

  • 24/7 Honor Care Team Support

  • Generous referral bonus program

  • Health benefits based on eligibility

Want to meet a real Care Pro? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCOroZE50po

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