Borders Beyond Permanent

12 job(s) at Borders Beyond Permanent

Borders Beyond Permanent
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Description: The Joseph Brant Hospital Operating Room is currently seeking regular part-time and regular full-time Registered Nurses to join our multidisciplinary team.   Responsibilities: As a member of our Perioperative Team, the Registered Nurse is responsible for the coordination of daily activities and planning within the O.R. suite. The Registered Nurse is responsible for effectively communicating and working with the multidisciplinary team to meet the unique needs of our patient population and upholds Joseph Brant Hospital’s values while delivering care.   Qualifications: Current Certificate of Registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario as a Registered Nurse. Must have completed an accredited Operating Room post diploma course. Current BLS certification (Level C). Must have current or recent clinical experience of at least two years in Operating Room scrubbing and circulating for General Surgery, Urology, E.N.T, Plastics, Ophthalmology, Orthopaedics, Vascular and Gynaecology. Demonstrated ability to establish priorities and able to cope with pressure and deadlines. Demonstrated clinical assessment skills and knowledge in managing the perioperative care of both adult and paediatric patients. Demonstrated effective communication skills. Demonstrated ability to function effectively in a multidisciplinary team. Ability to participate in call-back and standby duties. Demonstrated reliable attendance, punctuality and availability. Demonstrated commitment to quality and patient safety, considers safety of self and co-workers   Expectations: Employees are expected to demonstrate our values of compassion, accountability, respect and e xcellence to our patients, families and each other and to attend work regularly because regular attendance is critical to maintaining this level of excellence.   Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca
Borders Beyond Permanent
Sep 11, 2019
Full time
Job Summary :   Instructor – NESA  Key Responsibilities : Teaching nursing students in maternal child/pediatric, and/or medical-surgical settings Providing supervision and mentorship in classroom, clinical, and/or lab settings Seeks excellence in teaching by applying and evaluating various teaching strategies Encourages and fosters an environment of inquiry valuing evidence-informed practice Engages as a member of a larger faculty team in the development and implementation of effective teaching strategies and initiatives Participate in scholarship of teaching and learning and/or Applied Research activities Required Qualifications: Minimum 5 years recent acute clinical experience in above-identified nursing areas Minimum of 3 years clinical teaching experience in identified nursing areas Master’s degree required for full-time continuing instructor position Eligible for/Current CARNA registration Class 5 drivers license for travel to clinical sites Salary: Commensurate with education and experience according to the Faculty Collective Agreement.  Documents For Application: Required Documents: Cover Letter Curriculum Vitae  Optional Documents: Letter of Recommendation Resume   Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca
Borders Beyond Permanent
Aug 15, 2019
Part time
We are seeking a Home Care Nurse to provide strong leadership experience in homecare nursing and a strong commitment to the improvement of indigenous Health. Position Title:  Home Care Nurse   Reporting To:  Health Manager   Term:  Part time; Sept 2019-March 2020 at one day a week      Responsibilities include:   Performs all duties and responsibilities in accordance with the Xaxli’p policies, standards, and procedures, and as directed by the Health Manager. Maintains confidentiality on all matters relating to the affairs of the Xaxli’p. Assists clients in accessing Non-Insured Health Benefits. Knowledge and understanding of First Nations communities, health and social issues, as well as population health approach and social determinants of health Ability to teach and facilitate learning Ability to guide, supervise, and establish realistic performance expectation of Home Support Workers and the Community Health Worker (in collaboration with the Community Health Nurse) Self-directed with demonstrated organizational skills Tolerance and sensitivity to needs of every individual and their right to be treated with respect and fairness Ability to maintain a professional demeanor and confidentiality Proficiency in the use of computers, internet applications and required reporting Qualifications: Nursing Registration and membership with the College of Nurses of BC (CRNBC or CLPPNBC), knowledge and familiarity of First Nations people, and culture is more that an asset, but an asset would also be willingness and commitment to learn as much as possible, about the realities of First Nations communities and health.  Experience in public health or community-based setting.  The applicant must possess and maintain a valid BC Driver’s License and own a reliable vehicle, as well as pass a criminal record check.   Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca  Only those candidates short listed for an interview will be contacted.
Borders Beyond Permanent
Aug 15, 2019
Part time
Position Title:  Community Health Nurse Reporting To:  Health Manager Expected Start Date : To be determined          Term:  Part time; 3 days a week   We currently have an opportunity for a part-time Community Health Nurse to focus on CDC programming including immunizations, Maternal Child programs and other community health screening and health promotion for our community.   This position offers you the opportunity to:  Assess, plan, implement and evaluate Community Health programming Cultivate partnerships and collaborate with community resources and other health care professionals Utilize your independent critical thinking skills Work effectively within the framework of the population health/health promotion model Promote mental health and wellness Increase the provision of quality healthcare in a rural setting Utilize the services of the First Nations Health Authority Community Health Nursing Practice Consultants to support you in the delivery of professional nursing services Qualifications & Requirements: Bachelor of Nursing degree from a Canadian University or equivalent combination of training and experience Current practicing registration, in good standing, with the College of Registered Nurses of British Columbia Must possess and maintain a valid Class 5 BC Driver’s License and reliable vehicle Must have B.C. Immunization Certification or willing to obtain within 3 months of employment and current CPR Level C certification Additional Skills: 1 year experience working in a similar position in a rural / remote setting an asset Experience working in a First Nations Community an asset   Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca We thank for your interest. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
Borders Beyond Permanent
Jul 12, 2019
Full time
Job Summary :    In collaboration with physician and the primary care teams, the nurse practitioner will provide primary health care services to Prince Albert Parkland Health Region communities. This includes: Community Development, health promotion and protection, disease and injury prevention, provision of supportive, instructive, treatment and emergency services; collaboration with and referral to other health care professionals; conducting community needs assessments and participating in evaluative projects.   Qualifications: Current registration with the SRNA and Licensed as an   RN[NP] Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing Preferred Three full time years’ experience as a registered nurse Current Level C Basic Cardiac Life Support    Valid driver's license, vehicle and ability to travel Strong communication and public relations skills Experience in community needs assessment, community development, and health promotion Two to Three years’ experience as a Primary Care Nurse or Nurse  Practitioner preferred Current certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support preferred Experience or education in treatment of trauma preferred   RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: THREE BROAD CATEGORIES   Community Health Services Assist individuals, families and communities to increase their knowledge, control and influence of health determinants in the maintenance and improvement of their health status. Utilize strategies to support lifestyle changes and modifications which are conducive to a healthier lifestyle. Identify, initiate and collaborate in health promotion activities. Utilize knowledge of health education and promotion to assist parents, teachers and community groups in promotion of health activities. Perform detailed assessments of a client \ resident's health status - physical assessment, interview, complete health history. Identify actual or potential health problems based on an analysis of the data collected. Plan therapeutic intervention(s) jointly with the client and other health care workers. Implement measures to promote health, protect against disease, treat illnesses or accidents; limit disability. Demonstrate knowledge of community services and refer clients to the appropriate resource. Develop programs and services which reflect the health needs and priorities of the community as identified by the needs assessment process. Accountability supports the mission, philosophy and objectives of the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region Practices within the Canadian Nurses Association Code of Ethics Works within the Nurse Practitioner and Advanced Practice Nurse competencies as outlined by the SRNA and the Canadian Nurses Association Responsible for assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of care for clients; functions as a member of interdisciplinary health teams - consults and refers to appropriate health care member when necessary; collaborates with other members of the health team to ensure quality care for the client; utilizes the nursing process, knowledge and skills to educate, treat, promote health and prevent illness; Is responsible and accountable at all times for personal practice; Obtains necessary skill sets for transfer of medical functions as required at the site. Collaborates with the physicians to achieve this. Demonstrates leadership, confidence and autonomy in the RN (NP) role. Demonstrates organizational capacity to plan, implement and evaluate multiple assessments, projects and deadlines at the individual, group and community levels. Demonstrates educational skills and strategies produce positive healthy outcomes for individuals, groups and communities Demonstrates ability to work in a team, successfully promoting collaborative practice with other health professionals on the Primary Health team. Demonstrates capacity for visioning, goal setting and utilizing change theory RELATIONSHIP WITHIN THE COMMUNITY: Utilizes both formal and informal consultation processes with other professional and community groups and volunteers including: physicians, community services such as Public Health Nurse, Mental Health Services, Community Therapies, First Nation communities, school staff, RCMP, Ambulance Services, Home Care, Education Officer and support staff and others in the community; Participates as a team member of the local Primary Care Team as well as regional teams. Incentives: Wage Range: $48.07 – $58.69 Superior health and dental Superior Pension Plan through SHEPP Union Eligible for Relocation Assistance up to $3,000 for one-year return for service. Application process involved and subject to funding availability. Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca
Borders Beyond Permanent
Jun 13, 2019
Full time
Job Summary Reporting to the Regional Manager of Therapies, this full-time position is concerned with the rehabilitation of patients of all ages. The Physical Therapist renders physical therapy assessments and treatments according to referrals, hospital and departmental procedures and established standards of practice and in accordance with the mission statement, goals and objectives of the Saskatchewan Health Authority.   Required Qualifications A minimum of a Bachelor of Science Degree in Physical Therapy from an accredited University. Licensure with the Saskatchewan College of Physical Therapists   Position Duties Perform duties as part of the care team in communication with the designated supervisor of Physical Therapy team with an objective of maintaining and promoting the independence of patients. Conducts patient physical assessments; develops and implements treatment plans; evaluates progress and success of treatment; revises, recommends and develops new treatments as required and is involved in discharge planning. The Physical Therapist will do the work independently and seek assistance for complex client/cases when needed. Use Evidence-Based Practice where able. Maintain up-to-date charting on clients using SHA/SCPT Charting Standards. Provide accurate reporting of statistics. Act as a consultant to clinical and medical staff; communicate with physicians and other care providers where applicable, regarding client conditions and progress of patients. Attend appropriate medical rounds, conferences, in-services, lectures, meetings and provide contributions when applicable. Provide clinical supervision and direction to students. Ensure safety and maintenance of equipment and report any discrepancies to the regional Manager of Therapies. Communicate and teach client treatment programs, where appropriate, to Physical Aide/Assistants so she/he can carry out the treatment program. Enlist the support and teach others (ie: relative, nurse, orderly, spouse) to assist in a client’s treatment plan and to ensure treatment program carryover. Initiate a referral to the appropriate discipline/agency if a client’s treatment needs are beyond the scope of physio practice. Attend continuing education seminars, courses, and conferences with the appropriate available assistance to keep current and learn new techniques and approaches to patient care. Physical Therapists directly supervise Exercise Therapists, Therapy Aides/Assistants and Physical Therapy (PT/OT & Assistant) students. Distribute work assignments, transfer instructions, gives directives to Exercise Therapists, Therapy Aides/Assistants, students, patients, families and other health care personnel. Complies with the College of Physical Therapist's Bylaw XVI - Standards. Total client care may involve external contact such as: School of Physical Therapy SCPT Saskatchewan Abilities Council Private Care Homes/Long Term Care Homes Families/Patients/Caregivers Community Organizations Government Departments, eg. SGI, WCB Other Health Care Personnel within and outside of the Region   Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Skills and knowledge are acquired via an accredited Physical Therapy Program. Professionalism including using sound professional judgment. Hold a valid Saskatchewan Driver’s License. Be eligible for CPA Registration. Communication, organizational, leadership, and initiative skills. Must possess adaptability of character and emotional maturity to deal with a great variety of personalities. Shall have good physical and mental health. Shall have enthusiasm and a positive approach. Shall have a genuine interest in people. Shall be capable of carrying out specified tasks without supervision.   Special/Physical Demands Repetitive strains secondary to patient treatment; Exposure to infectious agents; Potential of patient violence/verbal abuse towards staff; Travel in dangerous road conditions (snow/mud); Risk of injury transferring/working with patients.   Incentives Competitive Wage Rates Up To $43.65/hour depending on experience  Superior Extended Benefits Superior Pension Plan Union Position Eligible for Relocation Assistance up to $3,000 for one-year return for service. Application process involved and subject to funding. The Saskatchewan Health Authority, North East, Prince Albert & Area offers a Hard to Recruit Incentive of up to $5,000 in return for a 3-year return for service; as well as, a Student Bursary of $2,500 or $5,000 in return for a one/two-year return for service. Both incentives involve an application process and approval subject to funding availability.  Foreign applicants will be considered who have successfully completed a minimum of written competency and national examination for the Canadian Physical Therapist licensure.   Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca
Borders Beyond Permanent
May 08, 2019
Full time
LPN/RN Community Health - Casual Home Support Wage rate: BCNU Wage Grid Immediate Start Date Variety of shifts available Job Summary Do you have a passion for community health nursing? Are you a self-starter who brings creativity, knowledge, expertise and new ideas to work every day? Do you enjoy being stimulated in a exciting, dynamic and fast-paced environment providing expert support to clients and community health workers? Then we have what you are looking for! Beacon Community Services is an award-winning and accredited not-for-profit organization that helps people and improves lives through a range of program and services as the sole provider of home support care in greater Victoria and the outer Gulf Islands. Our Licensed Practical Nurses utilize a high level of critical thinking and nursing experience to support the delivery of compassionate, efficient, and quality Home Support care in partnership with the Island Health Authority. We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package and a rewarding, stimulating work environment.  Reporting to the Home Support Manager, this position provides support and education to our community health workers and is part of our leadership team. Duties and Responsibilities: Remotely supervise and support Community Health Workers (CHWs) by providing information and insight on client care plans, delegation of tasks and related teaching. Respond to client feedback related to the delivery of home support services, making appropriate recommendations or taking action if necessary Assist clients and CHWs by providing on-site training appropriate to client needs Develop, implement and update individual care plans Maintain pertinent documentation, including computer records Initiate and participate in performance management in consultation with Management and Human Resources Maintain up-to-date knowledge of relevant policies and procedures Partnering with home support schedulers in the delivery of care Visit and support clients in their home Prepare and participate in client care conferencing Support our safety culture by investigating, recording and reporting incidents, accidents and near misses, and implementing corrective actions as appropriate Perform other related duties as assigned Qualifications: Full scope LPN Diploma Current CLPNBC Registration Valid BC Driver’s License and a reliable vehicle WHMIS Certificate Able to effectively use a computer and electronic devices Clear Police Criminal Record Check and Solicitor General’s Criminal Record Check Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Knowledge of computer applications and keyboarding skills Strong organization and time management skills Ability to effectively communicate both verbally and in writing Ability to multi-task and problem solve in a fast-paced environment Ability to guide and mentor HCA/CHWs in the delivery of quality care Ability to establish and maintain positive working relationships and participate effectively as a team member WE LIVE SAFETY! The safety of our clients, staff and volunteers is a priority of Beacon Community Services. We promote healthy and safe working conditions in all of our operations. We are committed to continuously improving safety and it is essential to this position . We further support safety through the active participation and co-operation of management, supervisors, workers and joint occupational health and safety committees. Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca
Borders Beyond Permanent
May 08, 2019
Full time
Job Description Performs a variety of ultrasound techniques in order to provide images to assist with the detection and diagnosis of conditions and diseases. Required Qualifications Diagnostic Medical Sonographer diploma Certified by Sonography Canada as a Canadian Registered Generalist Sonographer (CRGS) and a Canadian Registered Vascular Sonographer (CRVS) or a Canadian Registered Cardiac Sonographer (CRCS) Experience:  Previous: No previous experience. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Interpersonal skills Analytical skills Organizational skills Basic computer skills Communication skills Ability to work independently Other Information The official job descriptions are found on the Provider Group website, http://www.working-for-health.ca/supportjobevaluation/ Additional Information 112 hours of work in a 3 week rotation. Shifts (days, evenings, nights) including actual hours, date of commencement and temporary end dates are for informational purpose only and may be subject to change. Travel to provide service to other sites may be required. Incentives Receive up to $3000.00 relocation fees Permanent Full Time SHA- Prince Albert Pay Band: $42, 050 to $45,050 Working in Canada Candidates are required to be legally entitled to work in Canada to apply on this position. Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca
Borders Beyond Permanent
May 01, 2019
Full time
Job Summary :   Ensures optimum patient care and adherence to standards in the O.R., PARR, Endoscopy, Medical Device Reprocessing and Day Surgery areas through supervision of nursing and ancillary personnel and liaison with medical staff, ensuring overall objectives of the Clinic are met. The Nurse Manager, Clinical is accountable for the designated patient care areas and is responsible for participating in strategic planning.   Key Responsibilities :   Clinical Services/Facilities Management Direct activities related to specified clinical services to ensure patient needs are met in accordance with professional standards of medical and nursing care and organizational administrative policies and procedures. Perform clinical duties within the OR during 50% of normal working hours. Participate in the development, implementation and evaluation of organizational and departmental objectives, policies/procedures and standards of nursing practice and patient care Participate in the updating and/or implementation of approved corporate directives, and policies, procedures, guidelines or protocols. Participate in the development of clinical standards and ensures adherence to established clinical standards. Inventory Management Review surgical booking cards to identify requirements for specialized equipment and supplies and communicates requirements to Administrative Manager for procurement Narcotic Control Purchase and maintain control of all narcotics on site Ensure record keeping and documentation of narcotic counts in PAR and O.R. Check equipment needs and availability and coordination of special equipment and specialized supply requests. Review slated cases for each day’s surgery to check for conflicts in timing equipment, etc. and advise Manager, Administration and Quality Assurance to facilitate schedule adjustments. Human Resources & Safety Management In collaboration with the Manager, Administration and Quality Assurance plans for manpower needs including recruitment/retention of all clinical staff, and staff scheduling to meet patient needs. Working with the clinical leads, plans and deliver orientation for all clinical staff and ancillary staff in designated areas of responsibility. Provide day to day supervision of OR and HCA staff, and clinical leads in designated areas of responsibility, and work with clinical leads to ensure standards of care are met in all areas. Prepare written performance appraisals of all designated staff, identifying staff strengths and limitations in performance and provides guidance and suggestions to improve performance on a continuing basis. Demonstrate leadership through coaching and participation in staff development of designated staff to create a culture of learning and employee satisfaction.  Administrative Management Initiate the development, implementation and evaluation of the organizational and departmental objectives, policies/procedures and standards of nursing practice and patient care. Direct, monitor, evaluate and review standards of practice for the Clinic to maintain quality patient care. Working in collaboration with the Manager, Administration and Quality Assurance, ensure facility and clinical readiness for all accreditation reviews.  Total Quality Management Ensure adherence to nursing standards. Review policies and procedures on a regular basis with Medical Director and Manager, Administration and Quality Assurance and advise on changes as necessary. Identify the need for and assist with formulation of new clinical policies. Ensure completion of the Surgical Safety checklist for all surgical patients. Incentives: $110,000 to $120,000 annually A signing bonus of $2000 after year one based on demonstrated performance and continued employment $5000 Health Spending Allocation annually, which can be used towards health and medical or elect towards an RRSP contribution Paid MSP Premiums $500 education allocation annually Relocation allowance negotiable Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca
Borders Beyond Permanent
Apr 23, 2019
Full time
Permanent Full Time Combined Laboratory & X-Ray Technologist Job Description: Permanent/Full Time CLXT that performs laboratory/radiology duties for the detection, prevention and management of physiological and pathological conditions. Qualifications: Combined Laboratory and X-Ray Technology diploma Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Basic computer skills Analytical skills Communication skills Organizational skills Interpersonal skills Ability to work independently Valid driver’s license, where required by the job Incentives: Potential for site visit Potential for relocation costs Potential for signing bonus Union Position Medical/Dental/Pension Plan Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca
Borders Beyond Permanent
Apr 03, 2019
Full time
Camp Trailblazers Nurse We are a nation-wide charity, based in Toronto, Ontario, that supports individuals with Facial Differences. Camp Trailblazers is one of our core programs, helping affected youth ages 8-17yrs grow with positive psycho-social supports and a FUN, safe space at camp. The Company:  AboutFace was established in 1985 as a national registered charity that supports individuals with Facial Differences. In addition to providing psycho-social programing and peer connection, AboutFace also established a camp program for youth and families that operates around the core values of Empowerment, Encouragement and Education. The Position : We’re looking for a Camp Nurse for Monday, August 26, 2019 - Friday, August 30, 2019. We offer room & board for 1 week at River’s Edge in Cremona, AB & guaranteed FUN!! Other compensation to be discussed. Requirements: Registered with the College of Nurses Preferred: Mental Health training Previous experience in a camp environment Sense of humor Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca  
Borders Beyond Permanent
Mar 08, 2019
Full time
Full Time Community Health and Home Care Registered Nurse Job Description: A full-time community health and home care position for a highly motivated Registered Nurse that includes the following responsibilities: Participates in the continued planning of Xaxli’p health HCCP programs and services Coordinates the Home care program to meet the needs of the clients while encouraging independence, and promoting family and community support Completes structured client assessments and develop client centered care plans, documents and maintains client files Provides in-home direct nursing care as required Completes and submits service delivery reporting to FNHA and Provincial Health Adheres to infection control guidelines Maintains client confidentiality and ensures all records are stored securely Assess, plan, implement and evaluate Community Health programming Cultivate partnerships and collaborate with community resources and other healthcare professionals Utilize your independent critical thinking skills Work effectively within the framework of the population health/health promotion model Promote mental health and wellness Increase the provision of quality health care in a rural setting Utilize the services of the First Nations Health Authority Community Health Nursing Practice Consultants to support you in the delivery of health services Access to First Nation’s Health Authority funded professional development/education opportunities Qualifications: Bachelor of Nursing degree from a Canadian University, membership and in good standing of the College of Registered Nurses of BC (CRNBC) Must have B.C. Immunization Certification First Aid and CPR certification Incentives: Site visit expenses Temporary subsidy for accommodation Wage and benefits; depending on years of experience and capabilities, we do offer the Mandatory Employment Costs (MERC) at 15%, after 3-month probation to enroll in our extended benefits package at 50/50, medical service plan is also depending on the individual’s eligibility. Direct Inquiries and Submit Resumes To: Human Resources, Solutions Staffing 1-866-355-8355 Fax 1-866-282-9140 hr@solutionsstaffing.ca