Our valued client is one of Canada’s largest owners and operators of seniors’ living and a leader in finding innovative and practical solutions that help residents and families live fully, every day. As leaders they leverage technology and best practices to constantly set new benchmarks for quality. They are dedicated and committed to their vision, to awaken their communities to the positive possibilities of life’s next chapters.
They have created an environment in which all employees can feel valued and appreciated. They are committed to helping their staff gain the knowledge and expertise to ensure delivery of quality care and to help them achieve their full potential.
Position Overview & Responsibilities:
The Assistant Director of Care plays a critical role within the community as they impact the lives of residents through the strong leadership and motivation of the team members.
- Co-coordinating, directing and monitoring the effectiveness of all operational activities within the Nursing department.
- Participating in the recruitment, team member and labour relations, orientation, occupational and non-occupational injury/illness, performance management, training, education and other team member related functions of the community for respective department team members.
- Overseeing clinical care processes to ensure that care is delivered according to the individual plans of care for residents.
- Working with the Director of Care to promote and ensure standards of practice are achieved and evaluated.
- Leading the implementation and evaluation of required clinical programs such as Falls Prevention, Skin and Wound Care, Palliative Care and Quality of Life Programs.
- Contributing to the development of job routines for all nursing personnel and adjust job routines based on resident care needs.
- Responding promptly to concerns of residents and family members, mediating a satisfactory response to concerns and implementing action plans to avoid reoccurrence of similar issues.
- Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario.
- A minimum of 3 years’ experience in clinical nursing care that may include Geriatric, Long Term Care, Rehabilitation, or Chronic Care.
- Demonstrated leadership skills and experience.
- Knowledge of BSO an asset.
- Vulnerable Sector Screening.
- A competitive compensation package including a full benefit plan and RRSP has been developed to attract a nursing leader.
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