Nursing Jobs: Atlantic Canada Career Opportunities 2018

Canadian Nursing and Allied Health Employers Interviewing in the UK 10 & 11 October!

Make your move to Canada simple by joining our Working In event this October, in the UK. Canadian employers are travelling to London to meet skilled Nurses and Allied Health Professionals, wanting to make their move across the Atlantic a reality.

Just a short flight away, Canada is renowned for its welcoming nature and breathtaking scenery. What’s more it has famously friendly folk and career opportunities aplenty.

Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to meet employers from the Canadian provinces of the beautiful Atlantic East Coast – Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland.

If the below roles interest you, Canadian employers want to meet with you!

Occupational Therapist

CBI Health Group, New Brunswick
Reporting to the Clinic Manager, facilitates the client maximizing function through attending to their mental and physical health needs. The Occupational Therapist (OT) contributes to durable return to work (or occupation) outcomes through bridging the treatment in clinic with the environment in which the client must function, providing education and strategies to overcome or mitigate barriers (psychosocial or physical) and balance the needs of the stakeholders through effective case management. The OT works collaboratively with the interdisciplinary treatment team and with external stakeholders, facilitating effective communication and goal orientation.(10-20) The Physiotherapist, reporting to the Clinic Manager, effectively builds rapport facilitating accurate assessment and comprehensive treatment planning that consistently results in clients meeting or exceeding their goals and expectations. Maintaining a collaborative approach, the Physiotherapist leads and maintains accountability for the physical and functional outcomes of the clients, directing a treatment plan and progression that produces excellent client outcomes.

Clinical Occupational Therapist II - St. Anthony

Grenfell Health, NewFoundland and Labrador

Labrador-Grenfell Health is responsible for a full range of services including community health, long-term care and acute care for Northern Newfoundland and all of Labrador. Labrador-Grenfell Health operates accredited facilities including three hospitals, in St. Anthony, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and Labrador City, three community health centers, 14 community clinics/nursing stations and three long term care homes.

The primary purpose of this position is to develop, implement and evaluate occupational therapy services in the areas of acute care, community care, long term care, injury prevention and health promotion for the clients served by Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital. This position also provides clinical supervision and direction to the Clinical Occupational Therapist I. The incumbent is responsible to the Manager of Rehabilitation Services.

Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an approved School of Occupational Therapy recognized by the Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Therapy Board;
  • Registration with Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Therapy Board and eligible for membership with the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists;
  • Experience in the area of general Occupational Therapy would be an asset; Access to a vehicle for work purposes;
  • The successful applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory code of conduct.

Clinical Occupational Therapist II

Grenfell Health, NewFoundland and Labrador

Labrador-Grenfell Health is responsible for a full range of services including community health, long-term care and acute care for Northern Newfoundland and all of Labrador. Labrador-Grenfell Health operates accredited facilities including three hospitals, in St. Anthony, Happy Valley-Goose Bay, and Labrador City, three community health centers, 14 community clinics/nursing stations and three long term care homes.

The primary purpose of this position is to develop, implement and evaluate occupational therapy services in the areas of acute care, community care, long term care, injury prevention and health promotion for the clients served by Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital. This position also provides clinical supervision and direction to the Clinical Occupational Therapist I. The incumbent is responsible to the Manager of Rehabilitation Services.

Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an approved School of Occupational Therapy recognized by the Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Therapy Board;
  • Registration with Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Therapy Board and eligible for membership with the Canadian Association of Occupational Therapists;
  • Experience in the area of general Occupational Therapy would be an asset; Access to a vehicle for work purposes;
  • The successful applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory code of conduct.

Clinical Occupational Therapist I - St. Anthony

Grenfell Health, NewFoundland and Labrador

Reporting to the OT II the primary purpose of this position is to asssist in the provision of occupational therapy services to the clients within the area/communities served by the Charles S. Curtis Memorial Hospital, Labrador Grenfell Health. program/services are to be delivered to the clients in acute care, ambulatory care, community and long term settings.

Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an approved School of Occupational Therapy.
  • Current membership/ regsistration with the Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Theraphy Board and the canadian Association of Occupational Therapists
  • Certification in CPR
  • Willingness to travel within the region
  • Access to automobile for work purposes/ valid drivers license
  • The successfull applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory certificate of conduct

Psychologist

CBI Health Group, New Brunswick
This is an Occupationally Focused position in which the Psychologist is responsible for the provision of clinical services for clients within multi-disciplinary programs, group programs as well as individualized sessions. This includes consultation, assessment, interventions, monitoring of progress/outcomes, return to work/discharge recommendations, and reporting. The Psychologist will work in collaboration with other team members which could include, but are not limited to; Physiotherapists, Kinesiologists, Occupational Therapists, Vocational Specialists and Physicians.

Family Support Worker

CBI Health Group, New Brunswick
Reporting to the Program Manager, will contribute to the safety and well-being of individuals residing in a residential or transitional home. Responsible for the day to day experience of the individuals, the Support Worker will execute the care and support plan upholding the best interest of the individuals following through on CBI Health Group policies, procedures, and protocols, ensuring that support needs of the individual are consistently met.

Psychiatrist

Central Health, NewFoundland and Labrador

The psychiatrist will report to the Chief of Psychiatry, and as directed, work collaboratively with family physicians and other members of the multidisciplinary team. The psychiatrist will work in the capacity of a Rural General Psychiatrist and share work in the region of Central Health with 5-7 peer psychiatrists. There are 20 inpatient acute care psychiatric beds at this facility, which complement the community based practice. The psychiatrist will share on call duties for the local emergency department and consultation liaison services for non-psychiatric inpatients. If inpatient psychiatric services are required, the physician will facilitate patient stabilization and transport. The physician supports triage, assessment and management of urgent psychiatric patients including their outpatient follow-up. Available immediately. The successful candidate will be committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements.Required qualifications:

  • Eligible for registration and licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Satisfy credentialing requirements of Central Health
  • A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.
  • A satisfactory Certificate of Conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.

Registered Nurse I

Central Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

This is professional nursing work with responsibility to provide complete nursing care to clients at Baie Verte Peninsula Health Centre. The successful candidate will be committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements.

Required qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited school of nursing.
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Completion of the Health Assessment course or willingness to complete next available course.
  • A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.
  • A satisfactory Certificate of Conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.

Nurse Practitioner

Central Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

The Nurse Practitioner is responsible to provide comprehensive assessment and care to clients. The successful applicant works independently in diagnosing conditions, prescribing medications, performing or ordering diagnostic tests and treatments, evaluating treatments and providing follow-up care in liaison with the primary care physician. The Nurse Practitioner provides comprehensive and holistic nursing care to clients including health promotion, injury and illness treatment and prevention, supportive, curative and rehabilitative care in a family practice setting.

As an advanced practitioner, the Nurse Practitioner functions in the roles of practitioner, educator and leader. As governed by provincial regulations, he/she practices independently, collaborating with the primary care physicians in the area for issues outside the Nurse Practitioner scope of practice. The successful candidate reports directly to the Director of Health Services for Coast of Bays. The successful candidate must demonstrate an awareness of and be responsible for promoting and supporting person-and family-centered care, demonstrate a commitment to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks and implementing improvements.

Required qualifications:

  • Graduation from a Nurse Practitioner program approved by Central Health.
  • Current registration as a Nurse Practitioner with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Current BLS certification.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of home and community health services.
  • Demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and problem solving skills as well as oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well independently and in an interdisciplinary team environment.
  • A valid Newfoundland and Labrador Class 5 Driver’s License and the use of a private vehicle are conditions of employment.
  • A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.

Registered Nurse I - Acute Care

Central Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

This is professional nursing work with responsibility to provide professional standards of nursing care for clients. Work involves assessment, evaluation, and implementation of a plan of care often in collaboration as part of a multidisciplinary healthcare team. Provides care, comfort, and nurturing; administers medications/treatments; educates and counsels patients related to diagnoses, procedures, treatments and therapies; and maintains accurate records. The successful candidate will be committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements.

Required qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing.
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • BLS certification for health care providers from the Health and Stroke Foundation.
  • Current ACLS, TNCC, PALS, CTAS, and Health Assessment or be willing to complete next available courses.
  • A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.
  • A satisfactory Certificate of Conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.

Licensed Practical Nurse I

Eastern Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

About Us

Eastern Health is the largest, integrated health authority in Newfoundland and Labrador employing approximately 13,000 dedicated employees and serving a population of more than 300,000 people. The authority offers the full continuum of health and community services including public health, long-term care, community services, hospital care and unique provincial programs and services. At Eastern Health we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality care and service possible to the people in our communities, in our region, and in the province. To do that, we employ qualified, competent and caring individuals who are dedicated to their professions and to our vision of Healthy People, Healthy Communities.

Job Summary

Licensed Practical Nurses are valuable members of the Resident Care Team in long-term care. They provide quality nursing care to residents by assisting in their daily living activities, providing personal care and promoting independent living. In long-term care, the LPN role is directed towards meeting the resident’s physical, social and spiritual needs through partnerships with the resident, the resident’s family and other members of the interprofessional team. The LPN as appropriate is accountable for the planning and supervision of care, within his/her scope of practice. He/she is accountable to provide support and direction to Personal Care Attendants, monitor resident outcomes, intervene if necessary, and reassess and adjust the plan of care or resident assignment as needed, in consultation with the Registered Nurse. Long-term care settings are often complex. Residents have diverse needs resulting from such conditions as chronic illness and functional and cognitive impairments. This population includes frail or elderly adults, individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities and/or individuals with mental illness. The work environment is fast paced with frequent contact with the public, residents and other health professionals.

Job Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of an approved Licensed Practical Nursing program.
  • Current licensure with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (CLPNNL).
  • Current BLS certification is required.
  • Gerontology experience is preferred.
  • Knowledge of seniors’ issues and support best practice in gerontological care.
  • Ability to deal effectively with end-of-life issues.
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain effective working relationships.
  • Demonstrated initiative and the ability to work independently.

Licensed Practical Nurse I

Eastern Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

About Us

Eastern Health is the largest, integrated health authority in Newfoundland and Labrador employing approximately 13,000 dedicated employees and serving a population of more than 300,000 people. The authority offers the full continuum of health and community services including public health, long-term care, community services, hospital care and unique provincial programs and services. At Eastern Health we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality care and service possible to the people in our communities, in our region, and in the province. To do that, we employ qualified, competent and caring individuals who are dedicated to their professions and to our vision of Healthy People, Healthy Communities.

Job Summary

Licensed Practical Nurses are valuable members of the Resident Care Team in long-term care. They provide quality nursing care to residents by assisting in their daily living activities, providing personal care and promoting independent living. In long-term care, the LPN role is directed towards meeting the resident’s physical, social and spiritual needs through partnerships with the resident, the resident’s family and other members of the interprofessional team. The LPN as appropriate is accountable for the planning and supervision of care, within his/her scope of practice. He/she is accountable to provide support and direction to Personal Care Attendants, monitor resident outcomes, intervene if necessary, and reassess and adjust the plan of care or resident assignment as needed, in consultation with the Registered Nurse. Long-term care settings are often complex. Residents have diverse needs resulting from such conditions as chronic illness and functional and cognitive impairments. This population includes frail or elderly adults, individuals with physical and intellectual disabilities and/or individuals with mental illness. The work environment is fast paced with frequent contact with the public, residents and other health professionals.

Job Qualifications:

  • Successful completion of an approved Licensed Practical Nursing program.
  • Current licensure with the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (CLPNNL).
  • Current BLS certification is required.
  • Gerontology experience is preferred.
  • Knowledge of seniors’ issues and support best practice in gerontological care.
  • Ability to deal effectively with end-of-life issues.
  • Demonstrated strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain effective working relationships.
  • Demonstrated initiative and the ability to work independently.

Community Health Nurse I/ Diabetic Nurse Educator

Grenfell Health, Newfoundland and Labrador
This position has a shared reporting structure, primarily reporting to the Clinical Nurse Manager of Community Health Services, and the Manager of Primary Health Care, Chronic Disease and Health Promotion within the Population Health Department This position has a duel responsibility to perform professional community health nursing work in carrying out community health programs in homes, schools, clinics and other clinical and community settings as well as diabetes clinics. The incumbent is committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements. The incumbent is also responsible for traveling to provide community health nursing, home and community health care and diabetes services to residents of Black Tickle, NL. Qualifications:
  • Graduation from an approved university or college with a Bachelor's degree in Nursing, ;
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador is required;
  • One year experience as a Diabetes Nurse Educator, Community Health Nursing (Home and Community Care and/or Public Health) experience is preferred;
  • Successful completion of a recognized Certified Diabetes Education program within the last 4 years or presently working within a diabetes program, or willing to have completed within 6 months
  • Current CPR;
  • Breastfeeding Course/education;
  • Be prepared to demonstrate an ability to be self-directed and exercise independent nursing judgment in a Primary Health Care community based environment with limited supervision; work collaboratively with team members and community;
  • Ability to assess needs and assets; to develop, implement diabetes clinical services, and evaluate community health nursing programs and healthy public policy in a population health framework;
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing;
  • Be able to apply basic computer skills as required through an interview process;
  • A valid Newfoundland and Labrador Class 5 Driver license and access to a private vehicle is a condition of employment;
  • The successful applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory Certificate of Conduct.
Duties (include but not limited to):
  • Assesses the clients' needs leading to a continuum of appropriate client services in Home & Community Care and Public Health;
  • Manages the care of clients with a variety of needs and diagnosis across the lifespan and the health-illness 11 continuum. This includes prenatal, healthy beginnings/healthy beginnings long term care, child health clinicIsl, preschool health clinics, parenting, breastfeeding support, international travel and lifestyle clinics; routine I immunization programs, communicable disease surveillance and follow up; curative interventions, end-of-life rehabilitation, maintenance and long term care support, social adaption and integration, and support of faniilt care giver;
  • Provides nursing care; assists in the assessment of community health needs; case management; conducts school health programs; provincial immunization program and health promotion activities; liaises witk other community and professional personnel.
  • Provides Home and Community Care Nursing care; assists with palliative care program, short term acute program, I
  • Works with individuals or community groups in planning, developing, implementing and evaluatiN'client focused diabetes care;
  • Provides comprehensive, quality client/family centered health care services in all program areas;
  • Possesses the knowledge, skills and judgment needed to provide competent, evidence-based nursing practice;
  • Creates and strengthens and environment conductive to professional and personal growth;
  • Acts as educator, care provider, coordinator, counselor„ advocate, case manager and consultant for clients;
  • Involves clients and their families in care planning and assists them to understand the plan of care in consistency with the philosophy of Labrador Grenfell Health;
  • Liaises with various professionals and organizations such as physicians, agencies, community partners and government departments;

Nurse I – Operating Room

Western Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

Western Health currently requires Nurses for the Operating Room. Candidates must be able to obtain and maintain current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador, completion of a recognized IV therapy program, and basic cardiac life support are required. Successful completion of Western Health’s 19-week Operating Room Education Program within the last two years or completion of an Operating Room program, or equivalent, and two years’ experience out of the last four in the Operating Room is required. Applicants may also be required to successfully complete an Operating Room challenge exam.

We offer an attractive benefit package which includes of annual vacation, statutory holidays, pension plan, health insurance, dental and long-term disability plans. Assistance with relocation is available for a return in service commitment.

Nurse Practitioner

Western Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

Western Health currently has a number of vacancies for Nurse Practitioners throughout our region. To qualify applicants should have demonstrated leadership, communication and organizational skills and be able to practice both independently and in collaboration with the other members of the interdisciplinary health care team. Knowledge of the home and community health services is required. Applicants are required to be a registered nurse with advanced educational practice within a primary health care model; coupled with current experience as a Nurse Practitioner and experience in acute care emergency settings. Successful completion of geriatrics certification will be considered an asset. All applicants must possess a current Nurse Practitioner License and registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador

We offer an attractive benefit package which includes of annual vacation, statutory holidays, pension plan, health insurance, dental and long-term disability plans. Assistance with relocation is available for a return in service commitment.

Registered Nurse IB

Central Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

This is professional nursing work with responsibility to provide professional standards of nursing care for clients. Work involves assessment, evaluation, and implementation of a plan of care often in collaboration as part of a multidisciplinary healthcare team. Provides care, comfort, and nurturing; administers medications/treatments; educates and counsels patients related to diagnoses, procedures, treatments and therapies; and maintains accurate records. The successful candidate will be committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements.

Required qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador
  • BLS certification for health care providers from the Health and Stroke Foundation.
  • Current ACLS, TNCC, PALS, CTAS, and Health Assessment or willing to complete next available courses
  • A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.
  • A satisfactory Certificate of Conduct from the RCMP or local police authority

Community Health Registered Nurse

Central Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

A Community Health Registered Nurse I combines knowledge from primary health care (including the determinants of health), nursing science, and social sciences in the assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of nursing care and the coordination of continuing care services in the above area. The Community Health Nurse I focuses on prevention, health restoration, maintenance or palliation in the delivery of care/coordination of service to clients, designated care givers or families. Work is performed in accordance with the Canadian Community Health Nursing Standards of Practice and within the policies and procedures of the Central Regional Health Authority. The successful candidate will be committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements.

Required qualifications:

  • Graduation from an approved/recognized post-secondary Nursing Education program with an Undergraduate degree in Nursing or Registered Nurse with an approved Diploma in Community Health Nursing.
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • Three (3) years clinical experience.
  • BLS certification for health care providers from the Health and Stroke Foundation.
  • Current Health Assessment certification or willingness to complete the next available course.
  • Demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and problem solving skills, as well as, oral and written communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well independently and with others in an interdisciplinary team environment.
  • Demonstrated initiative.
  • A valid Newfoundland and Labrador Class IV Driver’s License and the use of a private vehicle are conditions of employment.

Registered Nurse IB - Long Term Care

Central Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

This is professional nursing work with responsibility to provide complete Nursing Care to residents of the location. The successful candidate will be committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements.

Required qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing.
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • BLS certification for health care providers from the Health and Stroke Foundation.
  • Completion of the ACLS and Health Assessment course or willingness to complete next available course.
  • A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.
  • A satisfactory certificate of conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.

Personal Care Attendant (Clinical)

Eastern Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

About Us

Eastern Health is the largest, integrated health authority in Newfoundland and Labrador employing approximately 13,000 dedicated employees and serving a population of more than 300,000 people. The authority offers the full continuum of health and community services including public health, long-term care, community services, hospital care and unique provincial programs and services. At Eastern Health we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality care and service possible to the people in our communities, in our region, and in the province. To do that, we employ qualified, competent and caring individuals who are dedicated to their professions and to our vision of Healthy People, Healthy Communities.

Job Summary

Personal Care Attendants are valued members of the interprofessional team in long-term care. They are responsible for providing support to residents in all aspects of daily living through companionship, physical, spiritual and psychosocial care. This includes, but is not limited to, performing duties related to all aspects of resident’s personal needs (nutrition, personal hygiene, mobility), assisting with planning and providing various recreational activities, supporting families and residents for end of life issues and escorting residents. Duties are performed under the direction of a Registered Nurse/Licensed Practical Nurse in keeping with the philosophy of resident-centered care.

Job Qualifications

  • Successful completion of an approved/recognized Personal Care Attendant Program or other equivalency as determined by the employer. Equivalency may include completion of an adequate portion of the BN or Practical Nurse program to enable the applicant to meet a majority of the duties, responsibilities and psychomotor competencies of the PCA.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills, be able to maintain effective working relationships with residents, staff, and families, demonstrate initiative, be able to work independently and prioritize work duties.

Clerical Support/Administrative Professionals

Eastern Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

About Us

Eastern Health is the largest, integrated health authority in Newfoundland and Labrador employing approximately 13,000 dedicated employees and serving a population of more than 300,000 people. The authority offers the full continuum of health and community services including public health, long-term care, community services, hospital care and unique provincial programs and services. At Eastern Health we pride ourselves on providing the highest quality care and service possible to the people in our communities, in our region, and in the province. To do that, we employ qualified, competent and caring individuals who are dedicated to their professions and to our vision of Healthy People, Healthy Communities.

Job Summary

Administrative Professionals are responsible for providing a variety of clerical support on inpatient floors, outpatient clinics and community buildings. As an Administrative Professional, you may be responsible for registering patients, answering telephones, preparing documents and reports, processing requisitions for services, preparing and inputting payroll, transcribing medical documents, preparing of presentation materials, ordering office and other supplies, and other clerical and general office duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

  • Successful completion of a minimum one-year Office Administration program from an approved/recognized college is required.
  • Successful completion of an approved/recognized medical terminology course is required.

Occupational Therapists

CBI Health Group, Nova Scotia

If you’re an enthusiastic OT professional who is eager to make a difference while achieving personal and professional growth, CBI Health Group has an exceptional opportunity for you to meet these goals, supported by one of the largest healthcare networks in Canada.

As a full-time Occupational Therapist within our CBI Health Center, you will be part of a dynamic interdisciplinary team and work both in a clinic environment and in the community, offering programs and services ranging from insurer exams and driving assessments, to activation programs, and return to work coordination and education. You are a self-starter who enjoys working both independently and as part of a team, and you have the proven ability to deliver excellence in client outcomes.

Primary Duties

  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to deliver excellent client outcomes
  • Provide assessment and treatment to a wide variety of clients with varying needs, including those with chronic and/or mental health conditions
  • Provide impartial home, job, and safety/attendant care assessments, functional ability evaluations, insurer examinations, ergonomic assessments, client education, and job coaching, as required
  • Coordinate the return to work process with all stakeholders in a timely way, ensuring a smooth transition into the workplace
  • Work closely with the team and other resources to develop new programs to meet identified client needs
  • Network with internal and external stakeholders to promote new and existing programs
  • Perform regular, timely charting, reporting and communication
  • Record workload measurement data
  • Attend staff meetings and case conference meetings, as required
  • Provide professional services to other CBI facilities or departments, as required

Qualifications

  • Be passionate about your profession and committed to ongoing professional development
  • Bring at least 5+ years of clinical experience (an asset)
  • Bilingual & have community experience (an asset)
  • Have a current and valid passport, be eligible to registered as a member with the College of Occupational Therapists for New Brunswick
  • Thrive in a fast-paced, changing environment
  • Be dedicated to providing the highest quality of client care
  • Bring strong clinical skills in one or more of the following: complex orthopaedic injury, mental Health, or vocational rehabilitation
  • Have strong skills in critical thinking, decision-making and analysis
  • Have experience in the private sector, particularly with auto sector legislation
  • Have excellent time management and organizational skills and be able to work independently
  • Be comfortable working collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team
  • Have excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Be empathetic with an effective ability to build rapport with patients
  • Be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Hold a valid driver’s licence and have access to a reliable vehicle
  • Be able to work both independently and as part of a team, and to facilitate our clients’ needs by exceeding their goals

Physiotherapist - Labrador City

Grenfell Health, NewFoundland and Labrador

Reporting to the Physiotherapist II, the primary purpose of this position is to provide direct Physiotherapy Services in the area covered by the Labrador West Health Center

Qualifications

  • Graduation from a School of Physiotherapy recognized by the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists
  • Registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists;
  • Registration with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association;
  • Access to automobile for work purposes;
  • Valid driver’s license;
  • The successful applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory Certificate of Conduct.

Duties

  • Assesses, prescribes and treats patients in the area covered by the Labrador Health Center;
  • Maintains treatment records; compiles patient reports; maintains monthly statistics;
  • Assists in setting goals and objectives for the Physiotherapy Service consistent with the Labrador-Grenfell Health mission;
  • Willingness to travel within the region.

Physiotherapist - Happy Valley-Goose Bay

Grenfell Health, NewFoundland and Labrador

Reporting to the Physiotherapist II, the primary purpose of this position is to provide direct Physiotherapy Services in the area covered by the Labrador West Health Center

Qualifications

  • Graduation from a School of Physiotherapy recognized by the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists
  • Registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists;
  • Registration with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association;
  • Access to automobile for work purposes;
  • Valid driver’s license;
  • The successful applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory Certificate of Conduct.

Duties

  • Assesses, prescribes and treats patients in the area covered by the Labrador Health Center;
  • Maintains treatment records; compiles patient reports; maintains monthly statistics;
  • Assists in setting goals and objectives for the Physiotherapy Service consistent with the Labrador-Grenfell Health mission;
  • Willingness to travel within the region.

Clinical Associate – NICU

Eastern Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

The Women and Child’s Health Program at Eastern Health invites applications from those interested in a position as Clinical Associate with the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Janeway Children’s Hospital.

The position will be salaried in accordance with the Memorandum of Agreement between the Newfoundland and Labrador Medical Association and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

As the Clinical Associate, you will work within the NICU, Caseroom and 5NB of the Children’s and Women’s Health Program, with occasional responsibility for prenatal and newborns consulted to the neonatal service. You will be working primarily in NICU at the Janeway, Child Health Centre and will be responsible to the “on call” NICU physician and the Chief of Neonatology.

The Clinical Associate will work with other medical staff within these areas to provide care to the sick newborn infants in the NICU and while on night call to provide care to infants who become sick on 5NB (normal newborn nursery). As well, you will be a part of the Neonatal Resuscitation Team. All care provided is under the supervision of a staff specialist.

Applicants must be eligible for licensure with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Newfoundland and Labrador. For more information regarding Eastern Health and practicing in Newfoundland and Labrador please visit the following websites: www.easternhealth.ca and www.practicenl.ca.

Nurse Practitioner (FamilylAll Ages)

Grenfell Health, Newfoundland and Labrador
The purpose of this position is to provide care primary care (preventative, health promotion, supportive, rehabilitative, and curative) and emergency services to clients. The position offers an excellent opportunity to advance nursing knowledge and decision-making skills while managing a generalized primary health care program by working collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team. The Nurse Practitioner or RN role includes components of clinical practice, education, consultation, and research and preceptorship. This position functions in accordance with the Labrador Grenfell Health's mission, vision and values. Qualifications: Registered Nurse:
  • Graduation from an approved School of Nursing with a Nursing Diploma, or an approved University with a Bachelor of Nursing;
  • Current registration and licensure with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) or (eligible for registration and licensure)
  • Completion of an Outpost Nursing Program or other education/certification (e.g health assessment course) is an asset;
  • 2 years' experience as an acute care nurse with preference for emergency care, ICU experience, regional or outpost nursing within the past five years;
Nurse Practitioner:
  • Current licensure with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) or eligible for licensure
  • Graduation from an approved nurse practitioner education program
In addition the following is required:
  • Current certification in Basic Cardiac Life Support (CPR);
  • Successful completion of ACLS, TNCC, PALS, NRP, First Aid and medevac course or willing to complete; (within timeframe designated by employer);
  • Breastfeeding course\education ;
  • The successful applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory certificate of conduct.
  • Class V Driver's license;
Duties (Include but not limited to):
  • Arranging and conducting clinics for primary care purposes including assessing, diagnosing and prescribing in accordance with professional, provincial and organizational standards, policies and clinical practice guidelines;
  • Coordinating treatment plans based on ongoing assessments, client and family response and outcomes, consulting with physician or nurse practitioner if required care is outside of provider's scope of practice and competencies;
  • Dispenses medications in accordance with professional, provincial and organizational standards, policies and clinical practice guidelines;
  • Coordinating medical follow-up (e.g referrals as appropriate; facilitating transition from hospital to community; and acting as a liaison between the client and various health care providers);
  • Consults with the assigned physician and report to the RN II for administrative/management issues;
  • Ensuring quality assurance standards are maintained ;
  • Other duties as assigned (e.g. emergency on-call, documentation of nursing workload measurement system, provide relief in other sites as required; May be required to relieve the RN II;
  • Participates in professional development and lifelong learning;
  • Maybe required to work alone.

Registered Nurse I - Inpatients

Grenfell Health, Newfoundland and Labrador
The primary purpose of this position is to work as an active member of the nursing team to provide a high standard of care to patients of the Labrador Health Centre. The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for maintaining professional and organizational standards and practice in accordance with the LGH Model of Nursing Clinical Practice and reports to the Clinical Nurse Manager. Qualifications:
  • Graduation from an approved School of Nursing with a Nursing Diploma or an approved University with a Bachelor of Nursing;
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Breastfeeding course/education;
  • NRP, ACLS, TNCC and Medevac courses are considered an asset;
  • Current certification in Basic Life Support (CPR);
  • The successful applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory certificate of conduct.
Duties:  (Included but not limited to)
  • Organizing, planning, implementing and evaluating the plan of care for assigned clients including but not limited to: medical-surgical, obstetrics (pre-natal, labour and delivery, post-partum), special care, mental health/addictions and pediatrics;
  • Participates in the auditing process as required;
  • Documents as per professional and organizational standards;
  • Administers medication and participates in Medication Reconciliation;
  • Participates in the orientation, mentorship and perceptoring of staff;
  • Represents nursing on various committees as required;
  • Participates in quality assurance initiatives as requested/required;
  • Practice independently according to professional and organizational standards;
  • Acts as a liaison between the client and other healthcare providers;
  • Other related duties as required.

Occupational Therapists

CBI Health Group, New Brunswick

As a full-time Occupational Therapist within our CBI Health Center, you will be part of a dynamic interdisciplinary team and work both in a clinic environment and in the community, offering programs and services ranging from insurer exams and driving assessments, to activation programs, and return to work coordination and education. You are a self-starter who enjoys working both independently and as part of a team, and you have the proven ability to deliver excellence in client outcomes.

Primary Duties:

  • Work as part of a multidisciplinary team to deliver excellent client outcomes
  • Provide assessment and treatment to a wide variety of clients with varying needs, including those with chronic and/or mental health conditions
  • Provide impartial home, job, and safety/attendant care assessments, functional ability evaluations, insurer examinations, ergonomic assessments, client education, and job coaching, as required
  • Coordinate the return to work process with all stakeholders in a timely way, ensuring a smooth transition into the workplace
  • Work closely with the team and other resources to develop new programs to meet identified client needs
  • Network with internal and external stakeholders to promote new and existing programs
  • Perform regular, timely charting, reporting and communication
  • Record workload measurement data
  • Attend staff meetings and case conference meetings, as required
  • Provide professional services to other CBI facilities or departments, as required

Qualifications:

  • Be passionate about your profession and committed to ongoing professional development
  • Bring at least 5+ years of clinical experience (an asset)
  • Bilingual & have community experience (an asset)
  • Have a current and valid passport, be eligible to registered as a member with the College of Occupational Therapists for New Brunswick
  • Thrive in a fast-paced, changing environment
  • Be dedicated to providing the highest quality of client care
  • Bring strong clinical skills in one or more of the following: complex orthopaedic injury, mental Health, or vocational rehabilitation
  • Have strong skills in critical thinking, decision-making and analysis
  • Have experience in the private sector, particularly with auto sector legislation
  • Have excellent time management and organizational skills and be able to work independently
  • Be comfortable working collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team
  • Assist in monthly gauging of storage tanks by taking accurate measurements of gauges and recording tools
  • Have excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Be empathetic with an effective ability to build rapport with patients
  • Be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Hold a valid driver’s licence and have access to a reliable vehicle
  • Be able to work both independently and as part of a team, and to facilitate our clients’ needs by exceeding their goals

CBI Health Group is Canada’s largest provider of integrated community healthcare. For over 40 years, we have remained totally committed to improving the health and enriching the lives of Canadians. What sets us apart is our ability to work as a unified network dedicated to the ongoing learning that allows us to foster best practices, improve access to care and create better results for our patients. We organize our teams and services to ensure the right professionals and caregivers provide the right service, at the right time, in the right place.

Nurse I

Western Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

Western Health currently requires Nurses for the Stephenville and Bay St. George areas. Candidates must be able to obtain and maintain current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.

We offer an attractive benefit package which includes of annual vacation, statutory holidays, pension plan, health insurance, dental and long-term disability plans. Assistance with relocation is available for a return in service commitment.

Registered Nurse I

Central Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

This is a varied professional nursing position with responsibility to provide complete nursing care on the Medicine Unit. The successful candidate will be committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements.

Required qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing.
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • BLS certification for health care providers from the Health and Stroke Foundation.
  • Current Health Assessment certification or willingness to complete the next available course.
  • A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.
  • Must be willing to participate in a flexible work schedule.
  • A satisfactory certificate of conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.

Registered Nurse I - Notre Dame Bay

Central Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

This is professional nursing work with responsibility to provide complete nursing care to clients at Notre Dame Bay Memorial Health Centre. The successful candidate will be committed to safety and partner with all team members to improve worker and patient safety by integrating safety into work practices, identifying risks, and implementing improvements.

Required qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing.
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador.
  • BLS certification for health care providers from the Health and Stroke Foundation.
  • Current PALS, TNCC, ACLS and CTAS certification or be willing to complete next available courses.
  • Completion of the Health Assessment course or willingness to complete next available course.
  • A satisfactory record of work performance and attendance is required for this position.
  • A satisfactory Certificate of Conduct from the RCMP or local police authority.

Psychologists

CBI Health Group, New Brunswick

As a Psychologist within our CBI Home Health Rehabilitation team, you will be responsible for the provision of clinical services at our clinics for patients referred for psychology services. This will include consultation, evaluation, assessment, diagnoses, interventions, monitoring of progress/outcomes and discharge with individuals, families and/or groups. The caseload consists of patients who are either self-referred, or referred by a physician, a third-party payer or a public agency.

Qualifications:

  • Hold a master’s, doctoral or equivalent graduate degree in Psychology
  • Have extensive education, training and supervision in psychology practice
  • Be eligible to register with the Provincial (location of choice) Board of Examiners in Psychology
  • Maintain individual professional liability/malpractice insurance
  • Have relevant clinical practice experience, including clinical experience in the assessment and provision of appropriate psychological intervention with a variety of conditions
  • Be able to work both autonomously and as part of an interdisciplinary healthcare team
  • Be efficient and responsive in the provision of required clinical documentation
  • Demonstrate a work ethic, reliability, maturity and flexibility
  • Membership in the Association of Psychologists of the Province with you wish to practice, is encouraged

CBI Health Group is Canada’s largest provider of integrated community healthcare. For over 40 years, we have remained totally committed to improving the health and enriching the lives of Canadians. What sets us apart is our ability to work as a unified network dedicated to the ongoing learning that allows us to foster best practices, improve access to care and create better results for our patients. We organize our teams and services to ensure the right professionals and caregivers provide the right service, at the right time, in the right place.

Experienced & New Graduate Physiotherapists

CBI Health Group, New Brunswick

Our CBI Health Center is looking for full-time Physiotherapists to complement our talented interdisciplinary teams. As a flexible, enthusiastic and personable team player focused on client-centered care and clinical outcomes, you flourish in a values-based, results-oriented and collaborative environment like ours. As well, you will be able to execute on your vision to grow your practice and develop your clinical skills.

Primary Duties:

  • Create and/or contribute to excellence in the client and stakeholder experience
  • Lead clients through individualized care plans – accurately assessing, communicating, and providing hands-on treatment to facilitate goal attainment for the client
  • Liaise with referral sources and funders to build relationships and ensure clients’ needs are met
  • Maintain individual professional liability/malpractice insurance
  • Provide written reports, as required, ensuring all documentation is aligned with College and CBI standards
  • Contribute to the clinic team through collaboration, demonstrating passion for the work you do and using good judgement and integrity in decision-making
  • Provide ongoing evaluation of client progress
  • Act as a mentor for student placements
  • Engage in continuous learning and skills development

Qualifications:

  • Have a current, valid passport & be eligible to register to practice with the College of Physiotherapists for the province you select to practice in
  • Be passionate about your profession and committed to ongoing professional development
  • Thrive in a fast-paced and changing environment
  • Be dedicated to providing the highest quality of client care
  • Have strong skills in critical thinking, decision-making and analysis
  • Have experience in the private sector, particularly with auto sector legislation
  • Have excellent time management and organizational skills with an ability to work independently
  • Be comfortable working collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Be empathetic with an effective ability to build rapport with patients
  • Be proficient in the use of Microsoft Word and Excel

CBI Health Group is Canada’s largest provider of integrated community healthcare. For over 40 years, we have remained totally committed to improving the health and enriching the lives of Canadians. What sets us apart is our ability to work as a unified network dedicated to the ongoing learning that allows us to foster best practices, improve access to care and create better results for our patients. We organize our teams and services to ensure the right professionals and caregivers provide the right service, at the right time, in the right place.

Physiotherapist

Western Health, Newfoundland and Labrador

The candidate will be expected to have experience in physiotherapy; have graduated from an approved school of physiotherapy with a Bachelors or Clinical Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy; and hold a current license or be eligible for registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists prior to beginning employment.

We offer an attractive benefit package which includes of annual vacation, statutory holidays, pension plan, health insurance, dental and long-term disability plans. Assistance with relocation is available for a return in service commitment.

Physiotherapist II - Labrador City

Grenfell Health, NewFoundland and Labrador

Reporting to the Regional Manager Community Supports and Rehabilitation Services, the primary purpose of this position is to develop, coordinate, implement and evaluate Physiotherapy Services in the area covered by the Labrador West Health Center.

Qualifications

  • Graduation from a School of Physiotherapy recognized by the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists.
  • Management experience within the last four (4) years in a health care facility.
  • Registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador College of Physiotherapists
  • Registration with the Canadian Physiotherapy Association
  • Access to automobile for work purposes.
  • Valid driver’s license

Duties

  • Develops and coordinates the Physiotherapy Service for the area covered by the Labrador Health Center
  • Develops, delivers and evaluates clinical programs
  • Supervises physiotherapy service staff
  • Acts as a consultant and representative for the Physiotherapy Service

Clinical Psychologist II

Grenfell Health, NewFoundland and Labrador

The incumbent reports to the Program Supervisor and acts as part of the Intervention Services Team. The primary purposes of this position are: i) to provide intensive therapeutic assessment, counseling and supportive services to clients; and ii) to provide professional promotion, education and prevention programming within the organization and community. The incumbent will perform job duties within the context of the Intervention Services Team.

Qualifications

  • Masters Degree in Clinical or Educational Psychology
  • Minimum 2 years in applied life-span developmental psychology, as well as assessment, diagnosis and treatment of developmental disabilities,psychosocial delays and mental health issues
  • Use of private vehicle and willingness to travel Certificate of Conduct
  • Eligibility for registration with the Newfoundland and Labrador Psychology Board

Duties

  • Conducts screening, intake, diagnostic assessments, treatment planning and evaluation Plans and implements therapeutic interventions based on client needs
  • Administers & interprets specialized test batteries to assess clients' presenting problems Modifies treatment programs and employs new approaches & techniques as clients progress
  • As part of the Intervention Services Team, assists in the development of home programs to achieve overall therapeutic goals, and enlists the cooperation of other professionals working with the clients on a regular basis
  • As part of the Intervention Services Team, assists in the development of behaviour modification and other treatment programs to be carried out by Intervention Services staff
  • Prepares diagnostic reports and maintains notes on progress of clients receiving treatments
  • Participates in multidisciplinary meetings with other professionals on the diagnosis/treatment of clients; gives feedback on programming & policy issues; and act as a resource for other professionals
  • Conducts educational sessions for other professionals, staff and community groups Develops and maintains working relationships with community agencies
  • Performs related work as required

Psychologists

CBI Health Group, Nova Scotia

If you have clinical experience with a variety of conditions and you enjoy working both autonomously and as part of an interdisciplinary healthcare team, then you are the type of professional who will excel as a part of CBI Health Group.

As a Psychologist within our CBI Home Health Rehabilitation team, you will be responsible for the provision of clinical services at our clinics for patients referred for psychology services. This will include consultation, evaluation, assessment, diagnoses, interventions, monitoring of progress/outcomes and discharge with individuals, families and/or groups. The caseload consists of patients who are either self-referred, or referred by a physician, a third-party payer or a public agency.

Qualifications

  • Hold a master’s, doctoral or equivalent graduate degree in Psychology
  • Have extensive education, training and supervision in psychology practice
  • Be eligible to register with the Provincial (location of choice) Board of Examiners in Psychology
  • Maintain individual professional liability/malpractice insurance
  • Have relevant clinical practice experience, including clinical experience in the assessment and provision of appropriate psychological intervention with a variety of conditions
  • Be able to work both autonomously and as part of an interdisciplinary healthcare team
  • Be efficient and responsive in the provision of required clinical documentation
  • Demonstrate a work ethic, reliability, maturity and flexibility
  • Membership in the Association of Psychologists of the Province with you wish to practice, is encouraged

Community Health Nurses

Grenfell Health, Newfoundland and Labrador
The purpose of this position is to provide primary care services (preventative, health promotion, supportive, rehabilitative, and curative) and emergency services to clients and to implement community health nursing programs. The position offers an excellent opportunity to advance nursing knowledge and decision-making skills while managing a generalized primary health care program by working collaboratively within an interdisciplinary team. The Nurse Practitioner or RN II role includes components of clinical practice, education, consultation, and research and preceptorship. This position functions in accordance with the Labrador Grenfell Health's mission, vision and values. The Nurse Practitioner or RN II is the administrator, primary health care provider and on site supervisor. She/he is responsible for organizing the work schedule of all members of staff and for maintaining standards. The RN II is directly responsible to the clinical manager of community Clinics. Qualifications: Registered Nurse:
  • Graduation from an approved School of Nursing or University with a Bachelor of Nursing;
  • Current registration and licensure with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) or (eligible for registration and licensure)
  • Completion of an Outpost Nursing Program or other education/certification (e.g health assessment course) is an asset;
  • 2 years' experience as an acute care nurse with preference for emergency care, ICU experience, regional or outpost nursing within the past five years;
  • Experience working in a community health setting with a focus on health promotion,
  • A satisfactory Code of Conduct
Nurse Practitioner:
  • Current licensure with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador (ARNNL) or eligible for licensure
  • Graduation from an approved nurse practitioner education program
  • A satisfactory Code of Conduct
In addition the following is preferred:
  • Current certification in BCLS and/or First Aid
  • ACLS, TNCC, PALS, NRP and medevac course;
  • Successful completion of the Breastfeeding Essentials Course or willing to complete (within timeframe designated by employer)
  • A Class V Driver's license;
Duties (Include but not limited to):
  • Arranging and conducting clinics for primary care purposes including assessing, diagnosing and prescribing in accordance with professional, provincial and organizational standards, policies and clinical practice guidelines;
  • Assesses clients' needs leading to a continuum of appropriate services in public health & home/community care, including prenatal, healthy beginnings/long term care, child health, preschool, school health programs, wellness promotion, parenting, breastfeeding, travel and lifestyle clinics, routine immunization clinics ,communicable disease surveillance, curative interventions, end of life care, rehabilitation, long term care support, support of family caregiver.
  • Coordinating treatment plans based on ongoing assessments, client and family response and outcomes, consulting with physician or nurse practitioner if required care is outside of provider's scope of practice and competencies;
  • Coordinating quarterly client case management meetings with all health care providers to develop care plan for patients with complex needs
  • Dispenses medications in accordance with professional, provincial and organizational standards, policies and clinical practice guidelines;
  • Coordinating medical follow-up (e.g. referrals as appropriate; facilitating transition from hospital to community; and acting as a liaison between the client and various health care providers);
Consults with the assigned physician and reports to the Clinical Nurse Manager for administrative/management issues; Ensuring quality assurance standards are maintained ; Other duties as assigned (e.g. emergency on-call, documentation of nursing workload measurement system ), Participates in professional development and lifelong learning; Enter nursing workloads; Directs all staff by delegating duties and responsibilities. Organizing work schedules including approval of leave; Oversees month reports including: financial, community referrals statistics, daily workload report and recommends action as necessary;
  • Completes annual performance reviews,
  • Will be required to work alone.

Registered Nurses I-Float

Grenfell Health, Newfoundland and Labrador
The primary purpose of this position is to work as an active member of the nursing team to provide a high standard of care to patients of the Labrador Health Centre. The Registered Nurse (RN) is responsible for maintaining professional and organizational standards and practice in accordance with the LGH Model of Nursing Clinical Practice and reports to the Clinical Nurse Manager. Qualifications:
  • Graduation from an approved School of Nursing with a Nursing Diploma or an approved University with a Bachelor of Nursing;
  • Current registration with the Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador;
  • Breastfeeding course/education;
  • NRP, ACLS, TNCC and Medevac courses are considered an asset;
  • Current certification in Basic Life Support (CPR);
  • The successful applicant will be required to submit a satisfactory certificate of conduct.
Duties:  (Included but not limited to)
  • Organizing, planning, implementing and evaluating the plan of care for assigned clients including but not limited to: medical-surgical, obstetrics (pre-natal, labour and delivery, post-partum), special care, mental health/addictions and pediatrics;
  • Participates in the auditing process as required;
  • Documents as per professional and organizational standards;
  • Administers medication and participates in Medication Reconciliation;
  • Participates in the orientation, mentorship and perceptoring of staff;
  • Represents nursing on various committees as required;
  • Participates in quality assurance initiatives as requested/required;
  • Practice independently according to professional and organizational standards;
  • Acts as a liaison between the client and other healthcare providers;
Other related duties as required.

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