Home Health Aide Jobs in Cortland, New York

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Ithaca, NY (22 miles from Cortland, New York)
compensation: $11.50/hr. employment type: part-time non-profit organization QR Code Link to This Post Visiting Nurse Service of Ithaca &Tompkins County has immediate job openings for Certified...
5 days ago
Ithaca, NY (22 miles from Cortland, New York)
compensation: Starting pay is $11.00-$11.50 dependent on experience employment type: employee's choice non-profit organization QR Code Link to This Post Join one of our residential teams and help...
12 days ago
Ithaca, NY (22 miles from Cortland, New York)
compensation: competitive hourly wages employment type: employee's choice QR Code Link to This Post HOME HEALTH AIDES, PERSONAL CARE AIDES, AND CNA'S WE HAVE A NEED FOR CERTIFIED CAREGIVERS FOR...
12 days ago
Ithaca, NY (22 miles from Cortland, New York)
compensation: $15 to $18 DOE employment type: contract QR Code Link to This Post Seeking positive, fun and reliable caregiver for day shifts- experience required. The job is in Ithaca. Duties...
23 days ago
Cortland, NY
compensation: 12$ employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post Seeking a home health aide for a woman with MS in her home. Personal care, manual hoyer (will train) meals and light...
23 days ago
Ithaca, NY (22 miles from Cortland, New York)
compensation: $15 employment type: part-time QR Code Link to This Post Mostly weekday afternoons. Some mornings may become available. Position requires verifiable experience in home care or...
25 days ago
SUNY - Cortland, NY
Substitute Caregiver State University of New York (SUNY) at Cortland savedJobs Summary of Position: The Child Care Center is establishing a pool of applicants to fill potential part-time position...
30+ days ago
Franziska Racker Centers Incorporated - Cortland, NY
Title: Direct Support Professional - Cortland COMPANY: Franziska Racker Centers Location ZipCode: 13045 Job Description: Direct Support Professional - Cortland Job Type: Part-Time Location:...
30+ days ago
Care Givers Home Health - Ithaca, NY (22 miles from Cortland, New York)
Home Health Aide (HHA) Jobs Per Diem Ithaca, NY Posted 1 week ago CareGivers Home Care Making home care a real comfort... CareGivers is a licensed home health agency with 12 branches in Upstate...
30+ days ago

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