A Diploma in Nursing, as well as a certificate of competence as a Registered Practical Nurse with the College of Nurses of Ontario AND Current CPR certification.
Demonstrated extensive knowledge & skill working with residents with types of Dementia, Delirium, mental health, addictions, other neurological conditions, and or with acute behavioural changes.
Knowledge of LT.C. Home Act & Regulations pertinent to L.T.C.
Training/Knowledge of P.I.E.C.E.S., G.P.A. , U-First, Non-Violent Crisis Intervention, Recovery/Psychosocial rehab approaches or willingness to receive training.
Enhanced knowledge of family & caregiver needs best served by a behavioural support system.
Familiarity with RAI documentation, & care planning functions.
Under the direction of the Director of Care and Registered Nurse, ensure that the appropriate requirements of The Nursing Homes Act and Regulation, Long Term Care Program Standards, Canadian Council on Health Service Accreditation Standard and other pertinent legislated standards and requirements are implemented within the nursing department.
Train, supervise, and assist in the evaluation of performance of non-registered nursing staff with guidance from the Director of Care and Registered Nurse.
Document and sign details of any personnel issues and submit to the Director of Care or her designate; initiate disciplinary action when necessary in accordance with home policy and procedure; re-instruct employees in acceptable conduct and or performance.
Perform professional responsibilities and demonstrate conduct in accordance with the Standards of Practice established by the Ontario college of Nurses of Ontario; perform duties in accordance with the policies and procedures of the home.
Dispense medications and provide direct nursing care and treatments as instructed by the Director of Care and Registered Nurse, consult with the Registered Nurse as required by policy and procedure.
Monitor the provision of care by all staff in the department in accordance with the physicians’ orders and the established plan of care; promptly correct deficiencies when identified, instruct personnel in correct procedures.
Ensure that accurate and complete documentation of nursing observations and resident care is maintained.
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Applicants must be permanently eligible to work in Canada upon hire. Proof of eligibility for permanent roles may come in the form of a Canadian birth certificate, Canadian passport, Canadian citizenship certificate, permanent residence card, or Confirmation of Permanent Residence document.
OMNI welcomes direct applications form individuals seeking employment through Workopolis but does not recognize Recruitment Agencies or Services.
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