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CareGIVER Employment FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Advantage Home Care shares frequently asked questions by our employees in various locations and by those looking to become a caregiver and join Advantage Home Care. 


CareGIVER Employee FAQs

I am having issues with my new hire training.

Welcome to the team.  If you are new, click here for the Missouri Licensed C.N.A., LPN, RN Training or click here for the Missouri In-Home training.

If you are a go-getter and need to take the training again or just get a refresher on a subject, sign in with your username and password.  If you forgot your credentials, you can reset them by clicking on “Lost your Password.”

If you cannot move on from a video, you will need to watch the video until the end, after the credits are complete.  You will then be allowed to move to the next lesson.

I am a current employee, and I am having trouble clocking in.

Please contact our EVV Support Team at or contact your local branch and ask to speak with EVV support.

I am a current employee and I need help with payroll issues, pay stubs or direct deposit.

Thanks for asking, you can call your local branch for assistance updating your direct deposit M-F 7:30-4:30.

CareGIVER Employment FAQs

Where can I find current job openings?

We run our ads on Indeed.  Click here or search Advantage Home Care once you’re in Indeed.

How do I fill out an application for employment?

Thank you for your interest in Advantage.  To apply, please click here.

We offer both full-time and part-time positions.  

You do not need a nursing degree to apply for a job with Advantage.

If you have filled out an application and are waiting on status, please call our recruitment department at 888-678-2464 between 7:30– 4:30 M-F. We hope to see you as part of our team soon!

Contact the local office (locations) if you have more employment questions.


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