Caregiver Positions in Wisconsin

Our partners are looking for hard-working and compassionate people to fill their caregiver positions in Wisconsin!

Our partners are looking for qualified Caregivers to fill the variety of positions available throughout Wisconsin. These applicants will provide the highest quality and most compassionate care to their residents.

Why work as a Certified Nursing Assistant or Caregiver with one of our partners? Our partners know the value that CNAs and Caregivers bring to their facilities here in Wisconsin. The physical care of residents is only one part of the job you do. You also provide emotional support to the patients you come to know and bond with. Our partners want to provide the best care possible to all their residents. None of that is possible without people like you! Below you’ll find a variety of caregivers positions in Wisconsin ready for you to apply to.

If you have any questions about job postings or if you have not heard from someone within a few days of applying to a job please reach out to


Country Villa Assisted Living Visit Website
Freedom, Wisconsin


Brand new caregiver wages here at Country Villa!!! We value our staff and appreciate their commitment to quality, resident centered care. our starting base wage for caregivers is AM & PM 16 hr without experience 17 hr for CBRF certs/Med Cert NOC 17 hr without experience. 18 hr for CBRF certs/Med Cert Other benefits include Aflac insurance, 401k and PTO from date of hire. We have full and part time positions on all shifts. We are looking for great, committed people to join our team. If you are looking for a place to feel valued and appreciated, come in and see what we have to offer. Call 920 4224620 and ask for Sarah.


No Training or experience needed, we will train the right candidates.

Job Responsibilities

As a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) or caregiver, there will never be a work day that is exactly the same. You will be responsible for a variety of aspects pertaining to the health and well-being of your patients.

• Recording vital signs such as: blood pressure, pulse, temperature, and respiration rate when requested by staff members.
• Staying up to date on facility policy and procedures.
• Answering patient calls and determining the best way to help them.

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