CLIENT CARE SUPERVISOR
Registered Nurse or Registered Practical Nurse opportunity to work in the community of York Region (WEST) and have an office from home Full-time, 35 hours per week.
Reporting to the Client Services Manager-Quality Improvement, Partnerships & Client Care, you will provide client care needs assessment, case management, supervision and clinical field support for in-home and community health care providers. This position has an emphasis on in- home services and includes community programs when assessment/case management is required. You will also provide support in the teaching of special tasks and transfer of controlled acts by exception to Adult Day and Assisted Living Services.
You will be working as a member of the interdisciplinary team, conducting home visits, and teaching & supervising delegated acts to Personal Support Workers. In addition, you will be providing direct service to clients including needs assessments, ongoing case management, and appropriate interventions in complex care situations to promote safe delivery of care. You will also foster key relationships with other related agencies and referral sources.
We’d like you to become part of our team if you are a Registered Nurse or RPN in Ontario, with min. 3 years relevant experience working with seniors in the community. You have demonstrated achievement in community relationship management and partnership development. You must have excellent assessment, communication and problem-solving skills, as well as leadership and coaching skills. You need a valid Ontario driver’s licence and a vehicle for home visits. Fluency in both official languages (English & French) and other languages, an asset. An interest in Infection Prevention and Control (IPAC) and willingness to complete IPAC courses would prove to be an asset to tis role.
CHATS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Accommodation will be provided to individuals with disability, upon request
Please apply to https://www.chats.on.ca
CHATS is a not-for-profit organization launched in 1980 by a caring group of community members who believed in enhancing the independence of seniors living at home. Today, CHATS enhances the health, wellness and independence of more than 8,100 York Region, Bradford West Gwillimbury and New Tecumseth seniors and caregivers each year, through a full range of in-home and community services provided by a dedicated team of 300 staff and more than 550 volunteers.