Want to make a difference in your community? Start here. 

Join our team of personal care attendants (Caregivers) who support older adults and individuals of all ages with disabilities so they can remain healthy, happy, and independent in their homes and communities.

$500 Signing Bonus!*

We’re hiring In-Home Caregivers Across New Mexico!

As a Caregiver with Consumer Direct Care Network New Mexico (CDNM), you can make a difference in your community and in someone’s life by providing in-home care. No prior experience is required, only the desire to help people.

We have a position for you whether you’re looking for just a few hours a week or full-time work.

Base Pay Rate: $12.60/hr.

What’s in it for you:

  • A rewarding career helping others
  • Flexible schedules
  • Retirement benefits
  • Health insurance (medical, dental, and vision)
  • Short and long-term disability
  • Flexible spending account
Duties include, but are not limited to:

  • Companionship and conversation
  • Light housekeeping tasks and meal preparation
  • Medication and appointment reminders
  • Assistance with grooming and bathing
  • Transport Clients to/from non-medical appointments and errands
  • Monitor and report changes in health, behavior, and needs

*$500 hiring bonus paid in two installments: $250 after 40 hours worked. $250 after 100 hours worked. Hiring bonus for agency-based Caregivers only. F/EA programs not included. Contact CDNM for more details.

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Since 2003, CDNM has supported people who need in-home care. We work to keep a complicated industry simple and provide services that reflect our vision - to help people live the life they want.

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What People Say About Us

“It is a wonderful place to be part of. Consumer Direct treats you very well and you will learn a lot of skills. I really recommend you join this team if you are a passionate, energetic person who enjoys helping people.”


“You learn a lot about your clients and their illnesses. And if you’re there for a long time, you get attached to them. I like working in this field. I like knowing I can help someone. At the end of the day, it makes me feel good.”