Caregiver Job Application 0 May 01, 2009 Senior Caregiving, Caregiver Jobs share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Email Share... What information should potential caregivers expect to be asked on a senior care job application? Individuals interested in working as senior caregivers should be able to demonstrate they are dependable and trustworthy throughout the caregiving job application process. You will be asked about your previous caregiving experience, work experience and your caregiving skills. Names and addresses of past employers will be needed. You will be asked to provide the start and end dates for your previous jobs and the reason for leaving. You will also need to provide copies of any certifications and completed training programs. Be sure all of your information is accurate, including the previous addresses where you have lived, in order for this information to match your background check. As the most important aspect for success in caregiving is a caring personality and an interest in providing care and assistance to someone, think about how you can communicate your reasons for seeking this type of work. If you can share stories about experiences you have had with family members or friends or through volunteering, you will be able to provide evidence that you truly are a caring individual. You may view a sample senior home care agency job application on Caregiverlist.