- Participates with the resident care team to improve clinical care practices.
- Fosters effective interpersonal relationships between residents, families, and other interdisciplinary health team members.
- Works in collaboration with registered staff in the planning, developing and evaluation of nursing practice.
- Accepts referrals from care team members and recommends referrals as necessary.
- Undertakes problem solving in complex client care problems/dilemmas/crises.
- Identifies, analyzes, and works toward the resolution of client care problems across nursing (e.g., falls prevention, skin and wound care management, continence care management, pain management, bowel management and behaviour management.)
- Advocates for the resident and family to ensure that their right are upheld
- Actively participates in quality management activities in the home.
- Provides leadership for evidence-based practice.
- Develops, implements, and evaluates clinical care for selected resident based of clinical needs.
- Identifies and analysis trends in resident care outcomes and practice to clinical standards.
- Acts as education resource to all members of the resident care team.
- Other duties as assigned.
- Registered Nurse with a current certification of competence from the College Nurses of Ontario.
- Current membership with the Gerontological Nursing Association (GNA) and Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) is desirable.
- Has at least 3 years of experience working as a registered nurse in Long Term Care sector.
- Has at least 3 years of experience working as a registered nurse in a managerial or supervisory capacity in a health care setting.
- Has demonstrated leadership and communication skills.
- Fluency in both official languages would be a definite asset.
Interested applicants may forward their resume in confidence to the attention of:
Crystal Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org