• Variable Hour
  • Sedona

Website Caring Hearts of Sedona

Company Summary

Caring Hearts of Sedona, LLC (CHOS) dba Caring Hearts In-Home Care is independently owned, family operated and a premier home care provider since 2003. A team of caring professionals works together to provide various home care services to seniors and others who need assistance, to help them remain at home, or to assist them in facility settings. The positions vary based on the job descriptions, duties, and skills required for the services provided, but they all have one thing in common—the people who perform those jobs show exceptional care and compassion for our clients and are required to have a “Heart of Gold”.

Service Areas

Sedona, Cottonwood, Village of Oak Creek, Verde Valley, Prescott, and Quad-Cities Area, and Flagstaff

Work Status

W-2 Employment


  • Competitive Wages
  • Holiday Pay
  • Overtime Pay
  • Paid Sick Time
  • Referral Program
  • Direct Deposit
  • Paid Orientation, Free On-Line Courses

Job Summary

Certified Care Professionals possess the ability to provide minimal to maximum care to our clients. This position requires the ability to perform partial, and full transfers, physically repositioning, and turning clients. Standby Assistance, Partial Assistance, or Full Care Assistance with dressing, grooming, bathing, incontinence care, ambulation, and other ADLs, IADLs within various settings such as residential homes, facilities, or other settings. Certified Care Professionals are comfortable in providing care to seniors and individuals with advanced diseases, and medical conditions, such as stroke, Alzheimer’s, dementia, Parkinson’s, hospice support, or others. Certified Care Professionals follow individual care plans for each client and may work dayshifts or nightshifts; 6 hours, 8 hours, 12 hours, 24 hours, or live-in arrangements.  Shifts less than 6 hours may be offered.

Job Requirements and Essential Job Functions

  • Capably and kindly assists clients with activities of daily living (ADL), such as toileting, incontinence care, bathing, mobility, grooming, dressing, and feeding.
  • Carefully and efficiently performs instrumental activities of daily living (IADL) for clients, such as performing light housekeeping duties, preparing meals, doing laundry, providing medication reminders, transporting clients to appointments, going shopping, and providing daily companionship.
  • Safely assists clients in and out of vehicles, beds, furniture, and other spaces.
  • Carefully reviews and follows the individual client care plans, while encouraging clients to be as independent as is allowed within the care plan.
  • Document completion of daily tasks through an online system or as instructed in a CHOS company care binder.
  • Maintains professional boundaries with clients and family members; being friendly and personable, yet not crossing into personal friendships.
  • Strictly maintains the confidentiality of clients’ Protected Health Information (PHI), and complies with all federal and state patient privacy laws.
  • Acts courteously and professionally when interacting with staff at residential facilities and others in the community with whom the company conducts business.
  • Acts considerately and civilly in interactions with coworkers and management, offering to assist when needed, and being a contributing member of the CHOS team.
  • Successfully works independently with minimal supervision and as a team.
  • Consistently follows dress code, is prompt and reliable in reporting to work on time, and complies with all other CHOS policies.
  • Dependably works shifts as assigned and agreed upon in advance.
  • Effectively and clearly communicates, both verbally and in writing, including in the use of CHOS electronic communications and scheduling tools.
  • Drives safely and carefully, and maintains a clean driving record which allows for insurability.
  • Promptly informs CHOS administration of client requests, concerns, schedule or care routine changes, and outside service companies; as well as other issues that must be addressed from the office.
  • Attends and participates in team meetings, staff development training, and care plan reviews.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Minimum Education, Experience, and Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or equivalent is required.
  • Current State Certified Caregiver Certification, CNA, LNA
  • Prior experience preferred in Alzheimer’s/Dementia, Parkinson’s, Hospice Support, Stroke Care
  • Prior experience in a residential home or facility is preferred.
  • Successful results on pre-employment drug tests and background checks are required.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license, have reliable transportation, and provide evidence of insurability with a clean driving record.
  • First Aid/CPR is required within 30 days of hire.
  • Must have basic computer skills.
  • Must have a Smartphone
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States, and provide documentation for Form I-9 and E-Verify.

Physical Requirements and Work Environment:

  • Work time is spent in clients’ homes, residential settings, and facility settings which are temperature-controlled environments; transporting clients to appointments using an employee’s vehicle or client’s vehicle, performing errands, and shopping duties.
  • Must be able to capably perform all duties of a Certified Care Professional, ADL, and IADL duties, and safely utilize and maneuver Hoyer Lift.
  • Duties include frequent sitting, standing, lifting, and carrying up to 50 pounds or over 50 pounds, bending twisting, and reaching.
  • The ability to perform stand-by care assistance, partial care assistance, or full care assistance is required.
  • Must be able to effectively communicate orally and in writing with others in-person, by phone, and through electronic devices.


Caring Hearts of Sedona is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability, genetic information, protected veteran status, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.