Work With A Caring Heart
Thank you for your interest in providing quality services to A Caring Heart’s consumers. We are always searching for quality staff to join our team, and our continued growth requires that we continuously recruit for Direct Support staff or Habilitation Technicians.
Habilitation Technicians work directly with our consumers providing instruction, support and assistance. You must be at least 18 years old and possess a high school diploma or GED.
For immediate consideration, please download, print and complete the application package provided below. Please mail, drop-off, or fax completed application package and copies of requested documents to the A Caring Heart office nearest you. Completed applications can also be scanned and emailed to . Applications are also available at any
A Caring Heart office.
Copies of the following documents are required along with your completed application:
Social Security card
Evidence of highest education level completed - High school diploma, GED, or college diploma (or official college transcripts)
Current car registration
Current proof of car insurance - declaration page, not insurance card
In order to be considered for employment with A Caring Heart, you must submit the above documents with your application and also pass the following background checks:
State and/or nationwide criminal background check - may include fingerprinting
Department of Motor Vehicles (safe driving record)
NC Healthcare Registry (no substantiated abuse, neglect or exploitation of consumers in NC)
Office of the Inspector General (no record of Medicaid fraud)
Employee Selection Process: A Caring Heart, in effect, pre-hires candidates whom we expect to match with consumers or consumer families. Your work hours will be based on your selection by a consumer or the legally responsible person of a consumer, and then based on what hours the consumer (or legally responsible person) wants the individual served to receive those hours of services. The number of hours of services, and types of services, are dependent on the plan of care which is written for each consumer by the Medicaid oversight agency.
If a consumer family determines that they no longer want you to provide the services for the consumer, but you are meeting our expectations as an employee, we will attempt to place you with another consumer/ consumer family as quickly as possible. Likewise, a consumer/consumer family may choose to leave our agency and go to another agency for services at any time. As a Medicaid provider agency, we act in two primary capacities: (1) as a “matchmaker” between employees and consumers/consumer families and (2) as a Medicaid rules enforcer. The success of our agency is dependent on how well we are able to perform these two functions.