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TYPE OF HCP : Long Term Care & Retirement Residences
LOCATION :

Alexandria, Cornwall, Ottawa, Port Hope, Warkworth, Port Perry, Pickering, Scarborough, London, Chatham and Parry Sound

SITES : 15
NURSES : 70 RNs, 150 RPNs
TOTAL STAFF : 1,400
ALLIED HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS: : Personal Support Workers, Social Workers, Physiotherapists, Dietician, Activation, Dentists, Religious/Spiritual support and related health care/medical specialists
Nursing Positions
RN : Yes
RPN : Yes
CONTRACTS :

Full time, Part time, Casual with benefits or in-lieu

SCHEDULING :

Typically 8 and 12 hour shifts with creative and flexible options to accommodate different lifestyles and preferences

CLINICAL PLACEMENTS :

Yes

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR NURSING STUDENTS : Yes
Nursing Support
LEADERSHIP : Administrator, General Manager, Director of Care, Wellness Director, Nursing Managers and Supervisors, Corporate Director of Nursing and Human Resource.
PAID EDUCATIONAL DAYS : Yes
ORIENTATION : Extensive formal/informal coaching, mentoring and training, internal and external training programs
CONTACT US OR SEND RESUME TO
Human Resources,
Community Lifecare Inc.
1955 Valley Farm Road, Third Floor,
Pickering, Ontario L1V 1X6
Telephone : 905-831-1801
Fax : 905-831-1802
Interested applicants apply to
E-mail   hr@clmi.ca
Website : www.communitylifecare.ca
   Community Lifecare Inc
  

In 1959, Fred and Marie Lafontaine opened one of Ontario’s first nursing homes on the banks of the Rouge River in Pickering, Ontario. Their cozy residence was among the first in Ontario to be approved by the Ministry of Health for provision of long term care for seniors.
Over the years, we have continued to experience steady, controlled growth, earning a reputation as one of Ontario’s finest managers of nursing and retirement homes.
With residences in communities across Ontario, we understand the importance of a personal touch in creating an enjoyable retirement experience. The warm, caring environment created in each of our residences is the result of innovative thinking, careful planning, and the efforts of our outstanding caring staff. This attitude is also an integral part of our family tradition, a tradition of quality gained over four decades of service to Ontario seniors.
Community Lifecare Inc. is committed to maintaining the values that form the foundation of this family owned organization. We are dedicated to creating communities which provide seniors with an enhanced quality of life by developing and maintaining strong ties within the surrounding community. Every residence we manage is as individual as each of our residents and as unique as the communities they serve.

We pledge to ensure the highest standard of comfort, security, service and convenience in each distinctive location.

Our Corporate Mission Statement is ENHANCING QUALITY OF LIFE THROUGH SERVICE EXCELLENCE …  our Nurses are champions of this mission statement as demonstrated throughout their daily interactions and intervention with our residents. Through their caring relationships and focus on the physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual and social dimensions, our residents enjoy a superior quality of life and healthcare. The family feeling and caring permeates everything we do and makes the Retirement and Nursing Homes of Community Lifecare Inc. truly special places to work in throughout a prosperous and rewarding career journey.

Special relationships and connections are made with our residents as you strive for excellence in the fulfillment of your roles and accountabilities that are very engaging and compelling. Your daily activities can focus on multiple areas that may include a variety of:
•   Demonstrating an understanding and commitment to the philosophy, objectives and mission of the home
•   Developing/conducting/assisting with nursing care plans/routines on the assigned unit(s)
•   Providing direction and support to all personal care staff on the assigned unit(s)
•   Participating in the orientation of new nursing staff
•   Promoting and supporting the goals and objectives of the nursing department, the residences, and the organization
•   Ensuring that the needs and safety of the residents, families, and staff are met
•   Managing unit inventory
•   Advocating and protecting the rights of the resident and family
•   Actively participating in family conferences
•   Discussing resident needs with physicians and other health care disciplines
•   Monitoring and evaluating the quality of nursing care
•   Performing thorough physical assessments on ill resident
•   Maintaining and updating adequate resident documentation, reports, and other pertinent records
•   Partnering and assisting the other nurses with daily routines
•   Administering medication and treatments, as prescribed by the physician
•   Administering basic wound care
•   Completing required assessment and documentation practices according to MOHLTC and CNO standards
•   Observing and implementing policies, WSIB legislation, and excellent health and safety practices
•   Participating in formal/informal training and professional development activities

A Nursing career at one of the Homes of Community Lifecare Inc. is unique, as we have continuously and successfully instilled sound family values in our quest for organizational and service excellence. Whether you are a new graduate or an experienced nurse, you will enjoy the comfort, warmth and support of being part of our Community Lifecare family, and welcome the security of a growing and prosperous company. We are changing the perception of aging and enhancing the quality of life, not only for our residents, but also enhancing the quality of life for our employees, associates and families

 www.communitylifecare.ca www.OntarioNursing.ca