VISITING ANGELS LONGMONT, CO 303-828-2664
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Become a Home Care Specialist with Visiting Angels of Boulder County!

Become a Home Care Specialist with Visiting Angels of Boulder County!


Are you looking for a gratifying career as a Home Care Specialist?
If so, join the Visiting Angels team of senior caregivers in Longmont, Boulder, Louisville and surrounding communities in Boulder County, CO today!

Visiting Angels of Boulder County is currently hiring Home Care Specialists for immediate assignments in Boulder County, CO. You can apply by calling our local Longmont, CO office today or by applying online. We are looking for supportive, energetic and passionate care specialists to join our team and receive all of the relevant on-the-job training to make a difference in the lives of our many senior clients. We provide essential companion and personal care to disabled and elderly people living in the Boulder County area. Including Longmont, Lafayette, Louisville, Boulder and surrounding towns.

We’ve been voted a Denver Post Top Work Place for eight consecutive years because we truly understand the value of our wonderful senior caregivers. Apply today and see what an agency that actually cares for its employers can do for you!

Denver Post: Top Places to Work 2020

What We Look for in a Caregiver

We are looking for senior caregivers with at least one year of caregiving experience; however, this is preferred and not at all mandatory. We provide our dedicated caregivers all of the newest and most relevant job training available today to be able to best serve their senior clients. We do require, though, that all applicants submit to a Criminal Background Check and Pre-Employment Drug Screening to gain employment with us. We also do require that applicants have a valid state driver’s license, auto insurance, and reliable transportation as the position does require driving.

Some of your responsibilities as a senior caregiver may include:

"I had the honor of working at Visiting Angels from 2020-2021. It was quickly clear that this place was special. I was an RN for 40 years prior to my retirement from being an RN, and just wanted to get back to caring for people trying to stay in the comfort and security of their own homes. I loved working as a caretaker! It was everything I wanted to do as a nurse but never had time to do. The staff and the caregivers here have a gift of sincerely wanting to do this, and it shows. Love, hard work, and dedication are found here, top to bottom. When I moved, it was sad. Thanks Visiting Angels."

- Lisa F.

Learn more about the benefits of being a caregiver with Visiting Angels of Boulder County by clicking here!

  • Personal care and hygiene assistance such as oral care, bathing, dressing, grooming, etc.
  • Medication reminders and scheduling
  • Light housekeeping duties including laundry, dishes, and vacuuming
  • Meal preparation and serving
  • Help with transfers, mobility and physical activity
  • Assisting with mobile transportation between appointments, errands, activities, etc.
  • Providing companionship and positive assistance

Why Senior Caregivers in Longmont and Surrounding Areas Choose Visiting Angels of Boulder County

If this sounds like a field you would like to explore, we have a variety shifts opening up in the greater Boulder County area. At Visiting Angels, we know that the ability to create your own schedule makes working in the healthcare field a lot more rewarding. That is why we will work with you to create a work shift schedule that works for you – whether you prefer weekdays, nights, or overnight work, we will work with you to make it a reality.


Serving Boulder County, including Longmont, Boulder, Louisville, Erie, Lafayette and Surrounding Areas

Visiting Angels LONGMONT, CO
2040 Terry St #106
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: 303-828-2664

Serving Boulder County, including Longmont, Boulder, Louisville, Erie, Lafayette and Surrounding Areas

Visiting Angels LONGMONT, CO
2040 Terry St #106
Longmont, CO 80501
Phone: 303-828-2664
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