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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.


Qualifications


• 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 hr@parkplaceseniorsliving.com. Ensure your e-mail uses the following subject line: Director of Care for River Ridge.

Director of Clinical Services

Calgary Alberta
Aug 31, 2018

Are you a dynamic, results oriented clinical leader looking to make a difference in the lives of Long Term Care, Hospice, Acquired Brain Injury and Supportive Living residents?If so, we want to hear from you!


Our valued client is currently seeking a Director of Clinical Services, Long Term Care, in Calgary, Alberta.


Position Overview:


Reporting to the Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, the Director of Clinical Services is responsible and accountable for providing senior leadership in all aspects of the clinical operations for 4 sites in Calgary, ensuring that strategic objectives and operational plans are carried out reflecting the delivery of high quality, effective and efficient health care services.

The position requires a collaborative, forward thinking, experienced health care leader with excellent clinical acumen. You are known for producing results and demonstrating a solid understanding of research methodology and evaluation, clinical standards, audit preparation, MDS/InterRai and quality practices. You will represent and advocate for the Company and Continuing Care as a whole at clinically-related conferences, meetings and functions. You will provide senior level leadership to ensure all clinical care and related services are well planned, organized, delivered and evaluated in accordance with the Company’s Strategic Plan, Core Commitments, Philosophy of Care and best practice standards. Your leadership style is flexible and sensitive to the changing needs of the organization and the health care environment.


Qualifications:


• Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing, Baccalaureate, with current registration as a Registered Nurse with the College & Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA)
• Masters Degree in Nursing, Health Administration or Business preferred
• Minimum of 5 years of progressive leadership and senior level management experience, preferably in continuing care or an equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered
• Experience in Long Term Care, Hospice and Dementia Care, as well as Supportive Living and Brain Injury, is preferred
• Membership in the Canadian College of Health Leaders (CCHL) and the Certified Healthcare Executive (CHE) designation are considered assets
• A dynamic leader who is innovative, open to new ideas with a demonstrated ability to lead and support multi-disciplinary care teams to ensure the provision of high quality care and services
• A high level of emotional intelligence to effectively engage and interact with other senior and middle level leaders, multi-disciplinary teams and front-line care staff
• A demonstrated commitment to continuous, life long learning and education to remain current and up to date on health care related trends, innovation and best practices
• Ability to develop, write, review and implement clinical policies and procedures
• A passion for leading staff education and a strong ability to mentor and coach clinical leaders, nursing and allied health staff


Compensation:


• A highly competitive compensation and benefits package has been designed to attract star performers, including full benefits package, 5 weeks vacation, RRSP and annual performance bonus
• Opportunity to work with a passionate group of health care leaders to provide exceptional care and customer service


Please apply in confidence to:


Christine Taylor
Maxwell Management Group Ltd.
christine@maxwellmanagementgroup.com
1-855-305-4078 ext. 210


Leaders Helping Leaders…We Welcome Your Referrals!
If this opportunity is not a fit for your background and experience, please feel free to forward to any interested colleagues.
We invite interested candidates to submit their resume in confidence. While we appreciate the interest of all applicants, we will contact only those selected for interviews.
If you are an applicant with disabilities and require accommodations, please let us know at the time of our contact so that we may arrange for their provision.

Manager, Safety (Full Time - Corporate Services)

Bethany Care Society - Corporate - Calgary
Jun 29, 2018

About Bethany


For over half a century, Bethany has been improving the lives of Alberta seniors and adults with disabilities by providing housing, health and community services that honour their spirit and individuality.


At Bethany, our journey of service excellence has begun with the launch of WAVE (We Action our Values Everyday), our service excellence program through which we are committed to providing great service experiences for our residents, tenants, families and each other. Together, we are living our mission of “Creating Caring Communities”.


We offer competitive salaries, attractive benefits and pension programs, growth through learning and development, and numerous opportunities to give back to the community – just a few of the things that led to Bethany being named one of Alberta’s Top Employers for the 11th consecutive year in 2018. It’s simple — we invest in our people because they are the reason for our success.

About the position


Bethany is seeking a dynamic and dedicated Leader in Occupational Health and Safety who is committed to ensuring the highest standards in safety and is passionate about employee wellness.
Reporting to the Vice President, Corporate Services and Chief People Officer, the Manager, Safety is accountable for overseeing, championing and managing Bethany’s strategy, policies and programs with respect to employee and volunteer safety to ensure a healthy, safe and respectful work environment.

In this role you will:


• Ensure organizational compliance with provincial occupational health and safety legislation
• Develop, implement and evaluate all Safety programs and policies, and ensure compliance throughout the organization
• Identify needs, establish objectives and set priorities with respect to Occupational Health and Safety and Employee Wellness
• Ensure appropriate audits are completed and are passed as required to maintain certificates, accreditation, etc. including the completion of internal safety audits, external safety audits and preparation for the organization’s accreditation. Certification with the Continuing Care Safety Association will be required
• Demonstrate commitment and understanding of the relevant work practices, policies, applicable legislation, internal and external resources required to be a successful, as well as capacity to stay abreast of changes.
• Collect and analyze data to monitor, evaluate and advise the organization
• Actively participate in and provide Safety expertise and support on all site OH&S Committees
• Work cooperatively with others as a supportive and an effective team member


What you bring:


• A Bachelor’s degree in a related field
• 7+ progressive years of experience in a Safety role
• Certification as a Canadian Registered Safety Professional
• Certified as a Partners in Injury Reduction (PIR) auditor, at least at the internal auditor level
• Certification with the Continuing Care Safety Association
• Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR) preferred
• Knowledge of the National Standard of Canada on Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace
• Experience user in HRIS applications, Incident tracking applications and Microsoft Office<span

How to Apply:


Like what you see and think you have what it takes to join our team?
Apply Online before 23:00 on June 29, 2018 at: http://bethanyseniors.com/careers/

Please note this posting may close sooner if a suitable candidate is found
All applicants are thanked for their interest but only qualified candidates will be contacted.
Bethany Care Society is an equal opportunity employer.
Successful candidates will be required to obtain a Criminal Background Check.
Bethany Care Society complies with the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA). By forwarding your resume to Bethany you are consenting to the collection and use of your personal information for this job competition. Your information will be kept strictly confidential.

Administrator, Long Term Care

Calgary Alberta
Jul 27, 2018

Do you have a passion for working with seniors? Are you a Team Builder with Excellent Relationship Skills? Look no further – this is the position for you! Our valued client is seeking an: Administrator, (General Manager) Long Term Care, in Calgary, Alberta.

Company Overview

Our client is a non-profit strategic leader in the long term care and assisted living sector, operating 4 sites in Calgary, Alberta. They are dedicated in helping seniors remain independently as possible, for as long as possible, while understanding that each resident will have different needs and concerns. They are able to do this by incorporating every level of care to help meet individual requirements.

Position & Responsibilities

The Administrator (G.M.) is accountable to the Chief Operating Officer for the provision of high quality care and services while maintaining a safe and healthy environment for residents of the home and staff. The Administrator will be responsible for one of the four sites. Through effective leadership, planning, direction and oversight, the Administrator has the responsibility for the overall operations of this long-term care home within the allocated resources, and oversees all financial and operating matters. This position will be responsible to ensure that all operational activities are align with the Mission, Vision, Values, Strategic Pillars, and annual business plan of the organization.

Seeking a passionate leader with excellent leadership, communication, and customer service skills. You must have a strong knowledge base and be willing to take the initiative without waiting for direction. Strong leadership skills are required to mentor, coach, and build excellent relationships with staff, residents, and families.

• Strategic planning in accordance with the vision, mission and values

• Participates in the development of corporate policies and procedures

• Ensures compliance with all regulations and government requirements

• Provides interpretation of collective agreements and labour relations issues

• Responsible for the recruitment, orientation and performance of key staff

• Develops, implements and monitors operating budgets and capital projects

• Monitors the Quality Improvement Program and advises on risk management

• Participates on the Joint Health & Safety Committee as the management representative.

Qualifications

• A graduate degree in Health Service Administration or equivalent experience

• Minimum of ten (10) years managerial and leadership experience in the field of Gerontology and Long-Term Care required

• Active CARNA (College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta) registration or other similar professional organization's active membership

• Demonstrated experience in labour relations, fiscal management, strategic planning and risk management/quality assurance

• Proven record in clinical care management, quality improvement, financial management, organization development, communication and human resource management.

Compensation

A highly competitive compensation package including 4 weeks vacation and a comprehensive benefits plan has been designed to attract star performers.

Please apply in confidence to:

Christine Taylor Maxwell Management Group Ltd.

christine@maxwellmanagementgroup.com 1-855-305-4078 ext. 210

Leaders Helping Leaders ... We Welcome Your Valued Referrals!


If this opportunity is not a fit for your background and experience please feel free to forward to any interested colleagues. We invite interested candidates to submit their resume in confidence. While we appreciate the interest of all applicants, we will contact only those selected for interviews. If you are an applicant with disabilities and require accommodations, please let us know at the time of our contact so that we may arrange for their provision.

Director of Care

AgeCare SkyPointe
Jul 06, 2018

AgeCare SkyPointe, a new vibrant senior’s community located in the culturally diverse community of NE Calgary is seeking an individual that is committed to sharing our mission of providing the best quality of life experience for our residents, with the support of families.

With the support of a strong and empowering corporate clinical services team, this role will allow you to draw on your strong clinical skills and passion for resident and family centered care, as you lead the overall accountability for the quality of care in this new 352 bed (both SL and LTC) senior’s community.

As an experienced leader you will be called upon to use your collaborative communication style to work with the SkyPointe Leadership Team, AHS and community stakeholders to shape and build an engaged culturally sensitive team in line with AgeCare’s values of Trust, Respect, Quality and Team Work.

We look forward to you bringing your strong understanding of Continuing Care Health Service Standards and Accreditation to effectively and efficiently establish top quality care.

At AgeCare, we are proud of the collaborative, engaging and empowering corporate leadership team that is available and willing to guide you as needed to enable your success.

This exciting opportunity requires the following:


• 5 years of experience in a leadership role. Preferably within long term care
• Proven management, leadership, clinical judgement and interpersonal skills
• A Bachelor of Nursing and CARNA Registration (or eligibility)

Director of Care, Registered Nurse

South Eastern Alberta
Jul 16, 2018

Are you a team player with a "Winning Spirit"? Do you have strong Leadership and Communication Skills? Are you passionate about working with seniors and providing them with outstanding service? Then we want to hear from you! Our valued client is currently seeking a:

Director of Care, Registered Nurse, South Eastern Alberta

OVERVIEW:
The Director of Care (DOC) is responsible to the General Manager and the Chief Clinical Officer for management of Resident Care Services within the facility. Manages the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of overall operations of Nursing/Care Department. Meets current applicable federal, provincial and regional standards, guidelines and regulations, while working within practice statement, competencies and conduct as defined by Health Professions Act or other relevant legislation and professional governing bodies. DOC supports an environment based on guiding principles of trust, respect quality and teamwork, encouraging culture of safety and well-being. Ensures consistent and continual delivery of highest standard of resident care.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Plans, coordinates, delegates and evaluates all aspects of facility nursing care and services to residents, in keeping with provincial care, accreditation and accommodation standards

• Provides guidance and direction to all facility nursing management and staff to attain and maintain safe, quality resident- and family-centred care

• Accountable for overseeing admission process of residents, filling bed vacancies within six working days

• Accountable for leadership and management of full staff complement, modelling professional and effective quality care

• Participates and supports clinical and organizational research, including federal, provincial and regional projects

• Resolves problems or issues with evidence-based action, communicating decisions with care team and timely evaluating outcomes

• Accountable for continual monitoring and analyzing of department safety and implementation of injury prevention measures, participating in care and safety audit processes and completing action plans

• Provides and/or ensures after-hours support for urgent or emergent clinical issues


QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
• A Bachelor of Nursing and CARNA registration (or eligibility)

• 5 years of experience in a management position

• Proven management, leadership, clinical judgement and interpersonal skills

• Knowledge of current nursing and medical practices and procedures (laws, regulations, guidelines and standards as they relate to Long Term Care and Supportive Living)

• Experience in Dementia Care

COMPENSATION:
A competitive compensation package including benefits, 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

Leaders Helping Leaders .... We Welcome Your Referrals


If this opportunity is not a fit for your background and experience please feel free to forward to any interested colleagues. We invite interested candidates to submit their resume in confidence. While we appreciate the interest of all applicants, we will contact only those selected for interviews. If you are an applicant with disabilities and require accommodations, please let us know at the time of our contact so that we may arrange for their provision.