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Director of Care

Park Place Seniors Living - Medicine Hat, Alberta

If you are a registered nurse with leadership experience and the passion to inspire my team of dedicated care professionals, I invite you to join us at River Ridge Seniors Village in Medicine Hat. River Ridge is a campus of care providing long term care and designated supportive living to seniors from the region. We are a family owned and operated company established to ‘enrich the life experience of seniors through innovation and creativity’. We are industry leaders in Western Canada who are both dynamic and growing and our strength and success are based on our people’s hard work and commitment to serving our residents and supporting our families.

I am seeking a smart, caring individual who want to make a difference in the lives of seniors while working collaboratively with other like-minded professionals. If you want to be part of a company and a team that makes a positive difference in the lives of seniors, their family, and the community, then I have an opportunity for you right now.

I am currently seeking a special individual as Director of Care. This position requires a star performer who combines compassion, ingenuity, ethics, and business sense along with a passion for delivering outstanding care.

Core Responsibilities

Working collaboratively with the Site Leader, the Director of Care will be based at Rivers Ridge and will also provide some support to my Meadow Ridge Seniors Village. The Director of Care is a professional role model for all staff. Central responsibilities include:
• mentoring of care staff at River Ridge;
• assessment of nursing care
• planning and implementation of programs to meet resident needs; and
• coordination of ongoing education.

For Meadow Ridge, the Director of Care will support ongoing monitoring of care quality.


• Current registration or eligible to be registered with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta;
• A degree in nursing;
• Progressive nursing experience and education; and
• Demonstrated leadership and administrative skills.

The successful applicant will have a minimum of three years’ work experience in nursing management. and a minimum of three years’ work experience in geriatrics OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.

Park Place offers a competitive compensation package, based on qualifications and experience. To apply, please submit your CV , references, and any supporting documentation to Ensure your e-mail uses the following subject line: Director of Care for River Ridge.

Site Leader/Director of Care

Park Place Seniors - Benevolence Care Centre, Edmonton Alberta

Site Leader/Director of Care

Benevolence Care Centre

Edmonton, Alberta

The Benevolence Care Centre provides long term care to 102 residents living in a new state of the art home built in 2018 in west Edmonton.   Our home is one of the family owned and operated Park Place Seniors Living company established to enrich the life experience of seniors through innovation and creativity. 

The successful incumbent for this exciting role is a registered nurse with leadership experience and the passion to inspire a team of dedicated care professionals.  

Position Overview

Reporting to the Vice President of Operations, the Site Leader/Director of Care is responsible for the leadership, care planning, community relations, quality improvement, contract administration, service partner performance, marketing and management of the facility and will participate in future planning for the site in accordance with the organizations mission, vision and strategic directions.  Also responsible for the implementation, coordination and supervision of the delivery of the compassionate care model of resident care for a program area and may also provide direct care. 

Key Activities

  • Leads the site interdisciplinary team in the development, implementation and evaluation of care and services for the residents.
  • Provides resident care guided by the philosophy, policies, programs and procedures of PPSL and the health authority.
  • Manages human, financial and physical resources efficiently and effectively to achieve budget targets.
  • Develops and implements the home operating plan aligned with PPSL Strategic Imperatives.
  • Supports resident satisfaction and ensures the process for investigating and managing complaints is followed.
  • Ensures resident centered care is provided to all residents.
  • Ensures relevant acts, legislation and health authority contract requirements are adhered to.
  • Develops policies and procedures supporting care practices, standards and regulations.
  • Acts as a change agent and drives continuous quality improvement and safety initiatives to improve resident care and outcomes.
  • Establishes processes for the collection, monitoring and reporting of data relevant to the care team. Establishes processes for review of data, problem solving and making improvements.
  • Establishes and maintains relationships with key external agencies/partners, and stakeholders to facilitate delivery of services to the home.
  • Represents the facility at external meetings with AHS and other partners.
  • Provides leadership and promotes teamwork amongst the team, and holds overall responsibility for all aspects of the human resource management such as; recruitment, performance management, staff development, health and safety.


  • Current registration or eligible to be registered with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta.
  • A degree in nursing and five years experience in management in seniors care and housing.
  • Certificate in Gerontology is an asset.
  • Skilled communicator, participatory leader, visionary, and change agent.
  • Excels at building relationships with management, staff, clients, service providers and external stakeholders.
  • Knowledge and experience working with computers and Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint).

Please send your resume to   and quote Benevolence Site Leader in the subject line.