Our values client is seeking a:
Director of Care,
NANAIMO, The Harbour City
Stretched like a long, lean finger along the east coast of south-central Vancouver Island, British Columbia’s sixth-largest city gets its identity, history and a wealth of recreation from a lovely, island-sheltered harbour right in the heart of town. Hiking, boating, kayaking, biking and world-class scuba diving and snorkeling are everyday activities at the bustling waterfront, as seaplanes take flight from sparkling blue waters.
Today, Nanaimo (population 84,228) is a fast-growing urban centre that is no longer merely the premier gateway to Vancouver Island. A boldly revitalized downtown core, delightful harbourfront walkway, sparkling new museum, affordable art galleries, and a wealth of cool shopping and dining alternatives are good reasons to park the car, find accommodations and stay awhile.
Are you a collaborative, motivated. conscientious and innovative clinical leader?
A Director of Care is a distinguished mix of compassion, ingenuity, shrewd ethics and business sense, with a passion for delivering outstanding care.
Our beautiful, modern and spacious complex care residence is filled with warmth, we care for our residents in a holistic manner where we consider the whole person.
Working collaboratively with the General Manager, the Director of Care is accountable for directing and mentoring care staff to ensure resident focused care is achieved, maintaining accountability of the nursing staff to ensure that resident focused care is appropriate and implemented, promoting departmental activities to maintain high quality resident care.
OUTLINE OF RESPONSIBILITIES
Central responsibilities include mentoring the staff to ensure the assessment of nursing care, planning and implementation of programs to meet resident needs and the coordination of ongoing care education at the facility. An ability to communicate effectively with residents and their families, staff, and others in the community is essential. The Director of Care acts as a professional role model for all staff.
- Current registration with the CRNBC, a degree in nursing and progressive nursing experience and education, in which leadership and administrative skills have been demonstrated.
- Minimum of three years work experience in nursing management.
- Minimum of three years work experience in geriatrics OR a suitable combination of education and experience.
Competitive compensation package; full benefits and RRSP Program
Please apply in confidence to:
Territory Manager, Western Canada
Maxwell Management Group Ltd.
855.305.4078 ext. 208
We invite interested candidates to submit their resume in confidence. While we appreciate the interest of all applicants, we will contact only those selected for interviews.
If you are an applicant with disabilities and require accommodations, please let us know at the time of our contact so that we may arrange for their provision.
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