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Mar 27, 2020
The Opportunity: Participates as a team member in the assessment, treatment, provision of care and health promotion for all patients through supportive, therapeutic, palliative and rehabilitative means while adhering to the standards mandated by the College of Nurses of Ontario. Scope of Practice:  Provides care to medical, surgical, chronic, pediatric, obstetrical, rehabilitative and/or palliative patients whose care may be complex and whose outcomes may be unpredictable Qualifications: Current surgical nursing experience Current certificate of competence Current certification in IV therapy Applicable skills & education related to surgical nursing Physical assessment course Current BCLS certification Must strive to continuously provide a safe and supportive environment for patients, staff, physicians, and volunteers Must adhere to the duties of workers, as stipulated in the Occupational Health and Safety Act Must have an ability to effectively communicate (written and verbal) in the English language in order to provide excellent communication with team members, patients and families. Ability to communicate in additional language(s) is considered an asset. Must have basic computer skills Must be dedicated to professional growth & development Must be able to perform all bona fide and essential duties of the position, which may  include physical demands such as moving/transferring patients, pushing, pulling, bending, etc. Must have demonstrated excellent attendance/performance record Excellent organization and prioritization skills Ability to work independently and effectively communicate with other members of the health care team Duties and Responsibilities: Contributes within the scope of an RN as a team member in the assessment, treatment, provision of care and health promotion for all patients through supportive, therapeutic, palliative and rehabilitative means while adhering to the standards mandated by the College of Nurses of Ontario.   More Information: Location: Inpatient Surgery   Employment Type: Temporary, Part-Time (1 year)   Start Date: April 2020   Hours of Work: 12 Hour shifts, Days and Nights, Weekends Please be reminded that as a Hospital, in order to provide the necessary patient care, our operations run 24/7. Therefore, depending on the program for which you are applying, it may be an expectation that you are available to work week days and weekends, as well as all shifts - days, evenings, and nights.   Wage: $33.23-$47.57   Benefits: This position also includes 6% vacation pay and 13% pay in lieu of benefits as well as access to the Employee & Family Assistance Program and access to CGMH Perkopolis discounts. CGMH endorses the Health Care Providers Group Insurance Plan which provides Group Benefits for you and your eligible dependents by enrollment only.
Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Part time
Mar 27, 2020
$43.26 - $50.15 hourly
Choose Collingwood General & Marine Hospital: Explore a role with Collingwood General & Marine Hospital (CGMH) and live your ideal lifestyle. Located on the shores of Georgian Bay, you have the opportunity to enjoy the 4-season recreational community.  CGMH is a 70-bed facility serving more than 60,000 permanent residents and 3.5 million annual visitors to the communities of Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, Clearview and the Blue Mountains. CGMH is an acute care hospital providing emergency care, diagnostic services including lab, imaging and cardio respiratory therapy, as well as two inpatient units (medicine and surgery). In addition, CGMH provides care in specialty areas including obstetrics, orthopaedics, intensive care and surgery. The Hospital also provides outpatient care including dialysis and a wide range of clinics including mental health and rehabilitation services. There are endless opportunities for families, adventure seekers, boaters, foodies and so much more. Corporate Culture: At Collingwood General & Marine Hospital, we are anchored by our vision, mission and values and guided by our strategic directions. If you exhibit the core values of CGMH; Inclusive, Caring, Accountable, Respect, Excellence, Teamwork, Adaptable, we want you to join us in providing exceptional services to our patient and their families.   The Opportunity: In keeping with the mission, vision and values of Collingwood General and Marine Hospital, the Hospital Coordinator is a leader responsible for Hospital operations and management of all departments in the absence of Management and Administrative teams. He/she provides an environment that supports inter-professional practice and evidence-based practice within a patient-centered care philosophy. He/she communicates with patients, families, internal and external resources to facilitate patient-centered care across the continuum of health.   Qualifications: Current registration in good standing with governing clinical college Previous clinical experience of 3-5 years Recent experience working in a Hospital setting; either in a clinical or managerial role Minimum of two (2) years of experience in management or supervisory role Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with staff, patients, families, physicians, interdisciplinary team members and personnel from other hospital departments Demonstrated focus on patient and staff safety through quality management  Demonstrated effective conflict resolution skills Must strive to continuously provide a safe and supportive environment for patients, staff, physicians, and volunteers Must adhere to the duties of workers, as stipulated in the Occupational Health and Safety Act Must have an ability to effectively communicate (written and verbal) in the English language in order to provide excellent communication with team members, patients and families. Must have basic computer skills Must be dedicated to professional growth & development Must be able to perform all bona fide and essential duties of the position, which may include physical demands such as moving/transferring patients, pushing, pulling, bending, etc. Must have demonstrated excellent attendance/performance record Excellent organization and prioritization skills Ability to work independently and effectively communicate with other members of the health care team Registered Nurse with applicable qualifications preferred Management/Leadership courses/certification preferred University Degree in related clinical field preferred Ability to communicate in additional language(s) is considered an asset. Scheduling experience an asset   More Information: Location: Administration   Employment Type: Temporary, Reduced, Full-Time (0.7 FTE)   Start Date: June, 2020   Hours of Work: Mon-Fri: Evenings, Sat, Sun and Holidays 1200 to 2000 with on-call. Please be reminded that as a Hospital, in order to provide the necessary patient care, our operations run 24/7. Therefore, depending on the program for which you are applying, it may be an expectation that you are available to work week days and weekends, as well as all shifts - days, evenings, and nights.   Wage: $43.26 - $50.15 per hour   Benefits: This position also includes vacation pay and 14% pay in lieu of benefits as well as access to the Employee & Family Assistance Program and access to CGMH Perkopolis discounts. CGMH endorses the Health Care Providers Group Insurance Plan which provides Group Benefits for you and your eligible dependents by enrollment only.   HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested in joining our inspiring team, please apply online before 11:59pm EST on the posting close date by submitting an updated copy of your resume and cover letter in PDF or Word format. Due to the volume of applications, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please be advised that as part of the mandatory screening process CGMH requires professional references, verification of academic training, professional accreditation, plus a current Police Vulnerable Sector Check. Collingwood General and Marine Hospital is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free selection process. We encourage all qualified individuals including visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ2s+ persons, and others who may contribute to a diverse workplace to apply. If contacted regarding a competition, please advise Human Resources of accommodation measures you may require during our selection process. Information received relating to accommodation needs of applicants will be addressed confidentially.
Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Full time
Mar 27, 2020
Various locations throughout Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan is hiring Registered Nurses (RNs) in a number of different communities. We are looking for qualified RNs to immediately fill full-time, part-time and permanent positions. As a RN in Saskatchewan, you will provide direct client care activities including assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. As well, as be responsible and accountable for the provision of safe client care services and programs. These opportunities are available in a number of different health care settings. Successful candidates must also have well developed interpersonal skills, the ability to take initiative and work independently in a supportive team environment. Saskatchewan has lots to offer, including: competitive wages relocation assistance of up to $3,000 great benefits including group life insurance, a pension plan, education leave, dental and vision coverage a northern living allowance in certain remote communities being part of dedicated supportive teams earning up to $20,000 (if eligible) in tax incentives through the Saskatchewan Graduate Retention program Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree /Diploma in Nursing; be eligible for registered with the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA).   View all of the current openings at https://www.healthcareersinsask.ca/nursing View each job posting and apply directly on the Health Careers in Saskatchewan website. All other enquiries can be directed to: contactus@healthcareersinsask.ca
Health Careers in Saskatchewan Full time
Mar 27, 2020
Various locations throughout Saskatchewan. Health Careers in Saskatchewan is a provincial job board, listing many career opportunities in the province’s public health system. In Saskatchewan, you won't just find a job, you will find a place where passionate, committed health professionals work to make a real difference in the lives of the people they serve. Saskatchewan is hiring Physical Therapist (PTs) in a number of different communities. We are looking for qualified PTs to immediately fill full-time, part-time and permanent positions. As a PT in Saskatchewan, you will provide assessment and treatment for patients, clients and residents of all ages with physical, cognitive or psychosocial impairments. These opportunities are available in a number of different health care settings. All PTs in Saskatchewan follow therapy protocols and best practice guidelines. Successful candidates must also have well developed interpersonal skills, the ability to take initiative and work independently in a supportive team environment. Saskatchewan has lots to offer, including: competitive wages ranging from relocation assistance of up to $3,000 great benefits including group life insurance, a pension plan, education leave, dental and vision coverage a northern living allowance in certain remote communities being part of dedicated supportive teams earning up to $20,000 (if eligible) in tax incentives through the Saskatchewan Graduate Retention program Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy; be eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapists. View all of the current openings at https://www.healthcareersinsask.ca/physicaltherapist View each job posting and apply directly on the Health Careers in Saskatchewan website. All other enquiries can be directed to: contactus@healthcareersinsask.ca
Health Careers in Saskatchewan Full time
Mar 27, 2020
Various locations throughout Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan is hiring Occupational Therapists (OTs) in a number of different communities. We are looking for qualified OTs to immediately fill full-time, part-time and permanent positions. As an OT in Saskatchewan, you will provide assessment and treatment for patients, clients and residents of all ages with physical, cognitive or psychosocial impairments. These opportunities are available in a number of different health care settings. All OTs in Saskatchewan follow therapy protocols and best practice guidelines. Successful candidates must also have well developed interpersonal skills, the ability to take initiative and work independently in a supportive team environment. Saskatchewan has lots to offer, including: competitive wages ranging from $34 to $41/hour relocation assistance of up to $3,000 great benefits including group life insurance, a pension plan, education leave, dental and vision coverage a northern living allowance in certain remote communities being part of dedicated supportive teams earning up to $20,000 (if eligible) in tax incentives through the Saskatchewan Graduate Retention program Qualified candidates must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational Therapy; be eligible for registration with the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists and Saskatchewan Society of Occupational Therapists. Health Careers in Saskatchewan sources OTs and many other clinicians on behalf of The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA). The SHA employs more than 40,000 employees and physicians who deliver high quality and timely health care to the entire province. Our vision is Healthy People. Healthy Saskatchewan. Our mission is working together to improve health and well-being. Every day. For everyone. Our values are safety, accountability, respect, collaboration and compassion. View all of the current openings at healthcareersinsask.ca/occupationaltherapy View each job posting and apply directly on the Health Careers in Saskatchewan website. All other enquiries can be directed to: contactus@healthcareersinsask.ca
Health Careers in Saskatchewan Full time
Mar 27, 2020
$41.04 - $50.02 hourly
Choose Collingwood General & Marine Hospital: Explore a role with Collingwood General & Marine Hospital (CGMH) and live your ideal lifestyle. Located on the shores of Georgian Bay, you have the opportunity to enjoy the 4-season recreational community.  CGMH is a 70-bed facility serving more than 60,000 permanent residents and 3.5 million annual visitors to the communities of Wasaga Beach, Collingwood, Clearview and the Blue Mountains. CGMH is an acute care hospital providing emergency care, diagnostic services including lab, imaging and cardio respiratory therapy, as well as two inpatient units (medicine and surgery). In addition, CGMH provides care in specialty areas including obstetrics, orthopaedics, intensive care and surgery. The Hospital also provides outpatient care including dialysis and a wide range of clinics including mental health and rehabilitation services. There are endless opportunities for families, adventure seekers, boaters, foodies and so much more.   Corporate Culture: At Collingwood General & Marine Hospital, we are anchored by our vision, mission and values and guided by our strategic directions. If you exhibit the core values of CGMH; Inclusive, Caring, Accountable, Respect, Excellence, Teamwork, Adaptable, we want you to join us in providing exceptional services to our patient and their families.   The Opportunity: The Respiratory Therapist (RT) Professional Practice Lead supports the Cardio-Respiratory Team by assuming a lead clinical role and is responsible for ensuring that applicable policies and practices are maintained and are up-to-date. The Respiratory Therapist Professional Practice Lead also supports the professional practice and education needs of the Respiratory Therapy Department and other healthcare providers in accordance with the standards for Practice of Respiratory Therapists in the Province of Ontario and best practice in order to ensure the efficient and safe provision of care.   Qualifications: Candidate must be a member in good standing with CRTO Five (5) years varied Hospital experience in acute care as a Respiratory Therapist with neonate, paediatric and adult population Current BCLS, NRP, ACLS required Demonstrated leadership skills and ability to motivate others Experience in training and teaching others in a clinical setting Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Excellent clinical and technical skills and well-versed in cardio-respiratory best-practices Ability to work in a team environment as well as independently Must strive to continuously provide a safe and supportive environment for patients, staff, physicians, and volunteers Must adhere to the duties of workers, as stipulated in the Occupational Health and Safety Act Must have an ability to effectively communicate (written and verbal) in the English language in order to provide excellent communication with team members, patients and families. Ability to communicate in additional language(s) is considered an asset. Must have basic computer skills Must be dedicated to professional growth & development Must be able to perform all bona fide and essential duties of the position, which may include physical demands such as moving/transferring patients, pushing, pulling, bending, etc. Must have demonstrated excellent attendance/performance record Excellent organization and prioritization skills Ability to work independently and effectively communicate with other members of the health care team Preferred Experience/Education Previous experience on a Critical Care Response Team preferred Member of the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists and Respiratory Therapy Society of Ontario preferred. COPD and Asthma (CRE) Education Certification as asset Related education or training in clinical teaching preferred Duties and Responsibilities: ·         Ensures departmental policies and protocols meet best practice guidelines ·         Provides front line clinical coaching and mentoring to staff ·         Informs the Manager of any concerns related to practice, code of conduct etc. and works with individuals to make necessary improvements ·         In consultation with the clinical educator, develops and supports learning plans and training opportunities ·         Trouble shoots and problem solves issues relating to the practice of Respiratory Therapy, often in collaboration with the Manager of Critical Care Services ·         Partakes in other projects and duties as assigned ·         Ensures Employees adhere to Occupational Health & Safety responsibilities ·         Advises a worker of the existence of any potential or actual danger to the health or safety of the worker of which the supervisor is aware ·         Where so prescribed, provides a worker with written instructions as to the measures and procedures to be taken for protection of the worker; and ·         Takes every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of a worker ·         Demonstrates effective communication verbally, non-verbally and written ·         Develop and maintain records with respect to patient/client records, and daily personal MIS statistics ·         Responsible for searching and sourcing current technology pertaining to equipment and supplies and setting up trials ·         Liaison with other Hospital departments ·         Functions as a Respiratory Therapist (refer to JD titled Respiratory Therapist for work duties) More Information: Location: Cardio-Respiratory Employment Type: Perm, Full-Time Start Date : April, 2020   Hours of Work: Days, Mon – Fri. Please be reminded that as a Hospital, in order to provide the necessary patient care, our operations run 24/7. Therefore, depending on the program for which you are applying, it may be an expectation that you are available to work weekends, as well evenings, and nights.   Wage: $41.04 - $50.02   Benefits This position includes a comprehensive benefit plan, including but not limited to extended health and dental coverage, life and accident insurance, paid vacation and sick days, short/long term disability plans, HOODIP pension plan, Employee & Family Assistance Program and access to CGMH Perkopolis discounts.   HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested in joining our inspiring team, please apply online before 11:59pm EST on the posting close date by submitting an updated copy of your resume and cover letter in PDF or Word format.   Due to the volume of applications, only those selected for an interview will be contacted. Please be advised that as part of the mandatory screening process CGMH requires professional references, verification of academic training, professional accreditation, plus a current Police Vulnerable Sector Check.   Collingwood General and Marine Hospital is committed to an inclusive, barrier-free selection process. We encourage all qualified individuals including visible minorities, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, LGBTQ2s+ persons, and others who may contribute to a diverse workplace to apply. If contacted regarding a competition, please advise Human Resources of accommodation measures you may require during our selection process. Information received relating to accommodation needs of applicants will be addressed confidentially.
Collingwood General & Marine Hospital Full time
Mar 27, 2020
Various locations throughout Saskatchewan.  Health Careers in Saskatchewan is a provincial job board, listing many career opportunities in the province’s public health system. In Saskatchewan, you won't just find a job, you will find a place where passionate, committed health professionals work to make a real difference in the lives of the people they serve. Saskatchewan is hiring Continuing Care Assistant (CCAs) in a number of different communities. We are looking for qualified CCAs to immediately fill full-time, part-time, permanent and temporary positions.   As a CCA in Saskatchewan, you will provide personal care and activities of daily living for clients, patients and/or residents to encourage optimum level of functioning. Supports clients, patients and/or residents in meeting their physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual needs. These opportunities are available in a number of different health care settings. Successful candidates must also have well developed interpersonal skills, the ability to take initiative and work independently in a supportive team environment. Saskatchewan has lots to offer, including: competitive wages relocation assistance may be available great benefits including group life insurance, a pension plan, education leave, dental and vision coverage a northern living allowance in certain remote communities being part of dedicated supportive teams earning up to $3,000 (if eligible) in tax incentives through the Saskatchewan Graduate Retention program Qualified candidates must possess a Continuing Care Assistant certificate or equivalent; as a guideline, programs should have over 500 hours in length, and provided proof of clinical experiences of over 150 hours.     View all of the current openings at https://www.healthcareersinsask.ca/work/opportunities/?p=c350cbbe-d6af-e311-931d-6c3be5a8f0cc,&m=&et=&c=&hr =   View each job posting and apply directly on the Health Careers in Saskatchewan website. All other inquiries can be directed to: contactus@healthcareersinsask.ca
Health Careers in Saskatchewan Full time
Mar 27, 2020
Northern Light Inland Hospital is a dynamic healthcare organization with a 48-bed community hospital and a 105-bed continuing care center on the hospital campus in downtown Waterville, Maine. Our dedicated staff is committed to rolling up our sleeves to make healthcare better for the people we serve.  Summary of Major Function: The Registered Professional Nurse (RN) is responsible for delivery of patient care through the use of the nursing process. This position directs and assigns the activities of ancillary personnel on the unit, maintaining standards of professional nursing practice in order to provide optimal patient care outcomes. Registered Nurses (RNs) are actively involved in Patient Education, Continuing Care and Discharge Planning needs for the patients on the unit.   Minimum Requirements for the Job: Must be currently licensed as a Registered Professional Nurse in Maine or eligible to obtain.   Experience: Previous clinical experience in acute care nursing through an accredited school of nursing and/or past work history. To see Northern Light Inland Hospital nursing positions and to apply go here:  Northern Light Inland Hospital
Northern Light Health Waterville, ME, USA Full time
Mar 27, 2020
Full-time nursing opportunities are available at Northern Light Mercy Hospital. There are availabilities in: Medical Unit OR Progressive Care Unit Specialty Intensive Care Unit Surgical Unit The Professional Nurse II a fully competent practitioner of nursing. The incumbent is responsible for the practice of nursing according to the Rules and Regulations defined in the State of Maine Nurse Practice Act, Mercy Hospital Standards of Care/Practice, policies and procedures. The PN is responsible for the delivery of patient care to assigned patients on a Nursing Unit, and for the supervision of other qualified staff to whom the PN has delegated patient care in the exercise of his/her independent judgment. The Nurse plans and evaluates the nursing care for patients and families and exercises independent judgment in implementing the care him/herself or assigning the care to other qualified staff. The nurse addresses physical, spiritual, emotional and educational needs of the patient, and coordinates the plan of care with other healthcare professionals. The incumbent performs duties and tasks in accordance with performance standards established for the job. The incumbent may have access to highly confidential patient, employee and/or Mercy proprietary information, and must handle & protect the information in accordance with hospital & system policies, HIPAA requirements and the highest level of ethical standards. The incumbent is responsible for reporting all security events, potential events, or other security risks to the organization. The incumbent is responsible for participation in and completion of all patient safety initiatives appropriate to the position, and conducts all job responsibilities according to the Mission and Values of Mercy Hospital. Northern Light Mercy Hospital, an acute care, non-profit hospital in Portland, Maine, is a sponsored ministry of the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas. We advocate for a society in which all can realize their full potential and achieve the common good. We give priority to those that society ignores. The greater Portland community has come to rely on the personal care and healing focus that Northern Light Mercy Hospital provides. Northern Light Mercy provides a wide range of medical and surgical services as well as six primary care, subspecialty physician practices, and community-based programs. Northern Light Mercy Hospital is a member of Northern Light Health, an integrated statewide health delivery system that is raising the bar with no-nonsense solutions that are leading the way to a healthier future for our state. Northern Light Health offers a broad range of providers and services, including nine hospitals, primary care and specialty physician practices, long-term care, home health and hospice agencies, and emergency ground and air transport. To learn more and apply go here:  Nursing - Northern Light Mercy Hospital
Northern Light Health Portland, ME, USA Full time
Mar 13, 2020
$33.23 - $47.57 hourly
Nursing Resource Teams are designed to give the nurse a broad range of skills and knowledge to practice in a number of specialties within set clinical clusters. It is an ideal opportunity for nurses, from the novices looking to jumpstart their careers to the experts seeking to explore other career paths.  We have both full time and part time opportunities offering an exciting and dynamic environment for nursing staff, support through a variety of continuing education, career laddering and professional development opportunities at Sunnybrook. The resource team nurse will undergo an extensive orientation and education period before they assume responsibility for a broad range of nursing services for patients within their clinical cluster. The resource team nurse will be deployed to unit/s within their clinical cluster in response to changing patient and staffing needs. S/he will be a champion in promoting excellent patient care while also demonstrating exceptional leadership, communication, problem-solving and conflict resolution skills. S/he will participate in professional development and reflective practice as well as quality improvement initiatives in the organization. The resource team nurse will be a part of the inter-professional team providing care that supports the principles of Person-Centered Care and the vision, mission and values of SHSC.  The successful applicant will have the following: Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario with current BCLS Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BScN) preferred Ability to work effectively in a person centered care environment in various clinical settings with a multidisciplinary team managing multiple demands and changing priorities, while being flexibility and adaptable. Demonstrated patient assessment and patient management skills. Demonstrated excellent interpersonal and communication skills with patients, families and coworkers. Ability to work effectively as a team member.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Toronto, ON, Canada Full time

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