- 13.5% pay in lieu of benefits
- Eligible for OMERS Pension Plan
- Free Parking
- Wellness initiatives
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Tuition Reimbursement Program
Initial Reporting Location: 960 Notre Dame Ave.
- Section: Resident Care
- Division: Long Term Care Services
- Department: Community Development
Pioneer Manor serves residents 18 years of age and older who have long-term health care needs and who are no longer able to manage in independent living situations. As the largest facility of its kind in North Eastern Ontario, Pioneer Manor is home to 433 residents who are provided with 24 hours of supervision.
Working at Pioneer Manor, you will help provide residents with a safe, clean, healthy environment where they can receive the care they need, have access to proper nutrition and experience the social benefits of being around their peers.
Long-term care allows you to focus on your patients’ overall well-being and form a connection with them. If you’re looking for a workplace where getting to know your patients is a high value, long-term care is the right place for you.
Under the general supervision of the Resident Care Co-ordinator and day-to-day direction of a Registered Nurse.
- Provide complete Resident health care as directed and outlined in Pioneer Manor procedures (e.g. hygiene, shaving, bathing, grooming, palliative care, etc.).
- Prepare and administer prescribed medications, and narcotics and keep an accurate record of the same.
- Assess, record, and report any incidents or significant changes in the Resident’s condition.
- Receive emergency telephone and verbal orders from the physician and transcribe accordingly.
- Prepare monthly medication orders and process physician’s orders accurately.
- Develop, revise and update Resident Care Plans with guidance from Registered Nurse, as required and implement interventions.
- Serve food and snacks, verify special diets and feed Residents as required.
- Assist Residents with activities to promote self-reliance and self-esteem for rehabilitation purposes.
- Utilize the nursing process to observe and communicate information regarding the physical and emotional well-being of the Resident to the health team (e.g. activities, fluid intake/output, appetite, etc.).
- Document pertinent information legibly, accurately, and concisely, and complete reports and files as necessary.
- Ensure that mechanical equipment and supplies used for Resident care are properly maintained and used in a safe and effective manner
- Collaborate with and report to the Registered Nurse.
- Provide guidance to non-registered staff.
- Maintain communication and collaborate with all members of the health care team, Residents, and Family.
- Participate on committees as required.
- Continue self-growth through professional development.
- Maintain a thorough knowledge of the Facility’s Nursing Policies and Procedures Manual and the Corporate Manual.
- Develop and maintain a thorough working knowledge of CGS’s Safety Manual and the applicable Provincial Legislation listed therein.
- Perform other related duties as required.
- Successful completion of Secondary School (Grade XII) Education, Graduate of an approved school for Registered Practical Nurses.
- Current certificate of competency as issued by the College of Nurses of Ontario.
- Successful completion of an approved Drug Administration course within the last five (5) years.
- Six (6) months of experience in the administration of medication.
- Demonstrate interpersonal skills in dealing with the public, staff, and outside agencies in a courteous and effective manner.
- Excellent use of English; verbally and in writing.
- French verbal and written skills are an asset.
- Satisfactory health, attendance, and former employment history.
- Provide, at your own cost, a Criminal Record Check.
- Provide, at your own cost, a Two-Step Mantoux Test (TB).
A Criminal Record Check will be requested by the Hiring Manager should you be the candidate of choice. Please do not submit your Criminal Record Check with your application.