CarePartners is one of the largest home health care providers in Ontario and provides services for all 14 Home and Community Care Support Services (HCCSS) and for patients and caregivers across Ontario in homes, schools, clinics, retirement homes and long-term care facilities.
As a progressive and creative organization, CarePartners is proud to be a leader in developing innovative programs to meet the changing needs of our patients, caregivers and the health care system. We are excited to announce that we are growing our nursing services in the South East (SE) region .
As a result of this growth, we are currently looking for someone to join our dynamic Management Team in the role of Nurse Manager (NM). As a member of the management team, you will work closely with the Director, along with other key internal and external stakeholders, in growing the nursing program within the SE region. The Nurse Manager will be accountable for the administration, organization and management of Community Nursing teams, ensuring the achievement of quality care standards that are consistent with the core values of the organization including patient-centeredness, excellence, partnership, and accountability. The Nurse Manager will also be responsible for operational and leadership functions including meeting performance targets, onboarding and orientation of new nurses, and continued mentorship, teaching, and performance management of teams. These responsibilities shall be carried out in accordance with company policies, procedures, mission, vision and applicable legislation. During the growth phase of the program, the Nurse Manager will operate in a working manager capacity. This will include nursing visits per week while also supporting current nurses and growing the nursing team to sustainably support the SE community.
CarePartners offers a competitive compensation program, including tuition assistance, a variety of on-site-in service training, a comprehensive benefits package, and the opportunity for professional growth! We are innovators and partners seeking to make a positive difference in the lives of the people that we serve. We are keen to grow our nursing program with a leader who equally shares our passion, whilst balancing lifestyle and career goals!
Hours of work will be Monday-Friday and some flexibility will be required to cover weekends and holidays. On-Call work will be required as well.
Provides professional and clinical leadership to direct report nursing staff (both visiting and shift nursing) Acts as an ambassador for CarePartners, consistently representing the organization with professionalism, tact, and in alignment with its core values As required, acts as a liaison between staff and the College of Nurses of Ontario regarding standards of practice etc. Is a self-directed leader who is able to work closely with others both internally and externally, as well as independently Builds strong teams that consistently deliver excellent care that is patient- and caregiver-centered, grounded in evidence-based clinical practice, and in a fiscally responsible manner Translates strategic goals into practical actions that are sustainable Conducts objective and constructive performance reviews including clinical reviews as scheduled Participates in the managers' on 24/7day call rotation for the designated geographic area Identifies, monitors and problem solves around clinical and operational issues impacting the patient and caregiver experience; takes a quality lens to identify and implement solutions that are evidence-based, innovative and sustainable for the program Is actively involved with all safety and quality issues in the branch and agency Actively promotes and participates in the agency's Continuous Quality Improvement Program and Risk Management Program In collaboration with the Director, is responsible for both short- and long-range planning for the branch In collaboration with the Director, looks for opportunities to support integrated care working closely with internal team members (i.e. Personal Support Managers) and external partners (i.e. local Ontario Health Teams) to drive a seamless experience for patients and caregivers Demonstrates flexibility and ability to carry forward long term projects as well as deal with daily issues and crises Performs other related work as assigned
Graduation from an approved Registered Nursing Program Current College of Nurses RN Certificate of Competence Experience in a community healthcare environment considered an asset Experience in a formal leadership role considered an asset Proven computer skills, including email, word processing, work scheduling systems Able to review clinical work according to professional standards and practice guidelines Current CPR Certification Vehicle is required and some regular travel is required Excellent English verbal and written communication skills French language skills are an asset