To Apply

All applicants are required to call (617) 445-1228 to make an appointment with the HR Director for a pre-interview and application process or email: dmasso@caribbeanfoundation.net.   Prospective applicants will be required to complete a CORI form which must be cleared before consideration of employment.

All applicants must submit with application:

  • Resume
  • Home Health Aid or C.N.A Certificate
  • High School Diploma/College
  • CPR & First Aid Certificate
  • 1 Government Issue Photo ID (Passport, Green Card or State ID)
  • Social Security Card
  • CORI Form
  • 3 References (Employment & Educational or Community) No Relatives
  • Immunization must include (TB & Hepatitis B)
  • Physical Exam

By Email:
dmasso@caribbeanfoundation.net or bprovidence@caribbeanfoundation.net

By Fax
(617) 427-6355

By Mail
Caribbean Foundation of Boston, Inc.
317 Blue Hill Ave
Dorchester, MA 02121


Employees who are regularly scheduled to work 17.5 hours or more per week accrue paid sick and vacation time. Employees who are scheduled to work 20 or more hours per week are eligible for our comprehensive benefits package. (See Employee Handbook)


The following statements of Personnel Policy are what we follow and practice:
A. We recognize the fact that you are this agency’s most important asset.
B. We will recruit, employ, train, compensate and promote employees based on their qualifications without discrimination as to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, or any factor not related to the needs of the job.
C. We will keep our pay and benefits competitive by regularly checking other agencies in our Business
D. We will protect the rights of all employees under all applicable laws.
E. We will give information to all employees about their job performance, responsibilities and the agency policies and activities that affect them.
F. We will encourage and recognize from any Employee constructive ideas and suggestions for improving service to clients.
G. We believe that each employee has a right to be treated fairly and considerately by everyone in a Position of (authority) as well as by his associates.

Therefore, we will take prompt, fair, and considerate action on any complaints by or about an employee regarding any aspect of his/her work.


Each employee should have an ID when visiting clients.


It is the policy of the Caribbean Foundation of Boston, Inc., Urban Community Homemaking and Home Health Aide Services that its services shall be provided without racial or religious discrimination.

This policy means that no person living within the service boundaries of the agency shall be excluded from our services because of race, sex, sexual orientation, creed, color or national origin.

Important Event Update

38th MLK Memorial Gala
Register for this event by emailing bprovidence@caribbeanfoundation.net
or call 617-445-1228

Sunday, April 2nd, 2023

Our Programs

Homemaking and Home Health Aides

Homemakers are home managers they do not provide hands-on care for clients. They provide assistance with menu planning, meal preparation, laundry, light housekeeping including, but not limited to: vacuuming, dusting, dry mopping, dishwashing, and changing

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