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Two years ago, I was sent to a nursing home and I spent more than a year there. I was depressed. I felt like I was distanced from society. Thanks to the agency, I am able to live in my apartment. The agency has really made a difference in my life. I feel like I have almost erased my depression.
Elsa S., Client
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Careers at United HomeCare

Careers at UHC

Thank you for your interest in working at United HomeCare! We serve Miami-Dade County and Broward County in Florida.
 
Click to Apply to be a Home Health Aide
 
Or, apply in-person at United HomeCare, Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
 
  • Miami-Dade County Office, 8400 N.W. 33rd Street, Suite 400, Miami, FL 33122
  • Broward County Office, 8320 West Sunrise Blvd., Suite 209, Plantation, FL 33322
Please submit all general resumes and job inquiries to:

United HomeCare
Human Resources Department
8400 N.W. 33rd Street, Suite 400
Miami, FL 33122
Phone: (305) 716-0710
Fax: (305) 716-0813
E-mail: hrmstaff@unitedhomecare.com

 

Home Health Aide Applicants – Learn and Work Program

United HomeCare is Hiring Home Health Aides and Will Train through the Learn and Work program. Complimentary program includes Adult CPR Certification. (No experience is required. Must attend a 40-hour training program to start working.)

Click to Apply for the Learn and Work Program

 
The Home Health Aide performs personal care and other supportive services for the patient under the supervision of the Clinical Team Manager.
 
The Learn and Work program is partnering for an inclusive and equitable Miami with Florida Memorial University in Miami Gardens and Thelma Gibson Health Initiative in Coconut Grove, South Dade and surrounding communities to bring access-to-jobs and access-to-care to underserved communities. This special program is funded in part by Simply Healthcare Foundation, TD Bank Charitable Foundation, and United Way Miami.
 
Please call us with any questions: (305) 716-0710 or (305) 764-2203.
 

Current Openings

  • Home Health Aide
    The Home Health Aide performs personal care and other supportive services to the patient under the supervision of the Clinical Team Manager.
  • Case Manager
    The Case Manager is responsible for providing a series of activities which includes planning, arranging for, and coordination of appropriate community based services for an eligible Client. It may include providing referral, comprehensive assessment and monitoring of client's progress to assure the effective delivery of services. Work to coordinate all available resources on behalf of agency clients.
  • Licensed Clinical Social Worker (Per-diem)
    The License Clinical Social Worker is responsible for the development and implementation of counseling services provided to eligible clients.
  • Physical Therapist
    The Physical Therapist is responsible for administering therapy treatments, according to pre-determined plan of care. The Physical Therapist is responsible for putting into practice the proper procedures and techniques, assessment and Coordination of established plans.
  • Registered Nurse
    The Registered Nurse is responsible for direct patient care in the home under the supervision of the physician and Clinical Director.