Our valued client, one of Canada’s largest owners and operators of seniors’ living, with high-quality seniors’ residences in key markets in Ontario and British Columbia comprising independent living, assisted living, long-term care and specialized programs and services for seniors, has been named among  Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures!

Their everyday values consist of:
Respect, Passion, Teamwork, Responsibility and Growth.

Our valued client is currently seeking a Director of Care, RN with long term care experience who have these same values and would like to join an organization whose corporate culture is one of Canada’s most admired!


Director of Care, Registered Nurse, 
Creemore, Ontario

This 95-bed long term care home is situated in the tranquil village of Creemore.

 Company Overview:

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 Director of Care is accountable for the overall management of the nursing department, resident care services and nursing staff based on quality management, legislative requirements and the organization standards. As a valued member of the team, the Director of Care demonstrates a commitment to the quality of resident care by providing services in accordance with the organization’s vision, mission and values.

  • Ensures the Resident Care Mission including philosophy, annual goals and objectives for residents’ care and nursing services are congruent with the organization’s mission statement.
  • Establishes, implements, manages and improves standards for nursing care, and policies and procedures for quality resident care to meet individual resident needs and their expectations involving them whenever possible.
  • Promotes resident and family-centered care consistent with advances in gerontology while respecting and ensuring sensitivity to spiritual, cultural and ethnic aspects of a resident’s life.
  • Facilitates relationships through effective communications between and among residents, relatives, team members and community to supports involvement and participation in care.
  • Networks with other long term care organizations to promote continuity of nursing care with other health agencies and community.
  • Provides the team members development coordination and uses the educational resources to plan for an effective team member development program including orientation, in-service and continuing education as determined by the learning needs of nursing team members.
  • Oversees the management of the RAI MDS Program, including managing RAI Coordinators to ensure RAI MDS program mandate, standards and resident care needs are implemented effectively and the program is optimized.
  • Ensures that information obtained by nursing team members is available to the resident care team, resident and family, in a professional manner consistent with organization’s policies and procedures for maintaining confidentiality of information.
  • Plans, co-ordinates, directs and monitors the effectiveness of all operational activities within the nursing department.
  • Establishes, implements, and maintains an effective quality and risk management system for the nursing department to ensure legislative regulations and standards are met.
  • Works in accordance with the organization’s Health and Safety Policies and Procedures and in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
  • Oversees all operational aspects of the community in Executive Director’s absence.

Qualifications:

  • Registered Nurse with a current certificate of competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario
  • 3 years relevant management or leadership experience in health care (long-term care management, head nurse in chronic care or senior management in a health community agency)
  • Minimum 1 year of experience working as a registered nurse in the Long-Term Care sector

 Compensation:

  • A competitive compensation package including a full benefit plan and RRSP has been developed to attract a nursing leader.

Please apply in confidence to:

Andrea Levine
Maxwell Management Group Ltd.
andrea@maxwellmanagementgroup.com 
1-855-305-4078 ext. 206

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