Registered Nurse – Diabetes Educator, High Priorities Engagement Team

LAMP Community Health Centre
Mississauga, Ontario
$35.22 to $41.56 per hour
Closing date
Jan 9, 2024

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Registered Nurse
Work Setting
Area of Practice
Diabetes Care
Full-time, Contract

Job Details

Temporary Full Time Position: 35 hours per week

Contract Period: November 2023 to March 2024

Position Expected Start Date: ASAP

Salary Range: $35.22 to $41.56 per hour

Location: East Mississauga (Candidate may be required to work out of other Community Partner sites at times)

Number of Positions: 2

LAMP Community Health Centre is a multi-service, community based charitable organization that provides a wide range of programs and services to improve a person's health. LAMP uses a co-ordinated approach to connect people to medical services and other programs that build personal resources. By providing services that improve physical, emotional, social and economic well-being, people can better control their health and environment.

Job Summary

LAMP Community Health Centre is seeking a Registered Nurse that will be working with the High Priority Communities Strategy project, this is a temporary contract position starting in November 2023 and ending March 31, 2024 which is primarily focused on providing upstream and proactive health care for high priority communities through locally informed, culturally responsive interventions to improve access to health and wraparound supports through social services. This role will report to the Project Manager, High Priorities Engagement Team Mississauga.

Primary Responsibilities

• Provide nursing assessment for clients living with pre-diabetes and Type 2 diabetes, taking into consideration client’s level of knowledge, readiness to change, and socio-demographic background.

• Develop health maintenance care plan with client and health care team by integrating information about client’s health status, clinical practice guidelines, and available community resources.

• Be able to identify and prioritize complex health and social issues.

• Ensure complete, accurate, and timely documentation of program activities and medical records.

• Monitor for accuracy, quality, and thoroughness through participation in chart reviews.

• Communicate information clearly and concisely to clients and health care providers on a regular basis.

• Experience with case management and case coordination with members of the interdisciplinary team and services within the community.

• Present health education sessions on various topics related to diabetes.

• Identify and build relationships with various community partners.

• Present clinical practice guideline updates to health care providers and clinical partners.

• Provide learning opportunities to students, new hires, and colleagues.

• Recommend improvements to existing procedures/services.

• Facilitate teamwork and promote group effectiveness.

• Respect people of diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

• Expected to participate in LAMP and West Toronto Diabetes Education Program (DEP) committee work aimed to improve programs and client care.

• Other related duties as assigned by Manager.

Required Qualifications

• Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BScN) or equivalent combination of education/experience.

• Certificate of Competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario.

• Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario.

• Three to five years’ experience; preferably in community-based diabetes care.

• Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE) or evidence of working toward attaining preferred.

• Strong knowledge of diabetes pathophysiology, related laboratory values, and pharmacotherapy.

• Strong skills in nursing assessment, evidence-based practice, outreach, health promotion, interdisciplinary collaboration, and problem solving.

• Intermediate experience and strength in application of motivational interviewing counselling techniques in an adult population.

• Good working knowledge of the Diabetes Canada Clinical Practice Guidelines.

• Experience with blood glucose monitoring, foot care, blood pressure and lipid management, medications/insulin, and working with medical directives.

• Demonstrated ability to teach and facilitate groups using principles of adult learning.

• Sound clinical judgement with regard to treatment recommendations.

• Ability to manage own time, resources, flow of work to benefit self, staff and clients.

• Superior problem solving skills and flexible, with the ability to prioritize and time manage in a very busy and demanding office environment.

• Excellent interpersonal skills necessary to work effectively across all levels of the organization’s diverse workforce.

• Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, with the ability to clearly convey information and ideas.

• Positive attitude and dependable with strong initiative and the ability to work both independently and in a team oriented atmosphere.

• Open minded, eager, and willing to constantly learn and improve oneself.

• Respect people of diverse backgrounds and perspectives.

• First Aid and CPR is a requirement and must be kept current.

• Updated immunization record, clear criminal background check and Vulnerable sector check is required upon hire.

• Valid Driver’s License is an asset.

• Knowledge of LAMP Community Health Centre and East Mississauga community.

• A second language that is reflective of the community being served is an asset

• Solid working knowledge and ability to navigate a PC windows environment, including shared drives.

Strong skills and experience using Microsoft applications (Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint & Publisher).

• Strong skills and ability to easily navigate the internet/intranet environment.

• Experience and accuracy using database applications (i.e. Telus PS Suites)

• Ability to learn new software quickly and willingness to continuously develop technology skills.

Working Conditions

  • The hours may vary (day and evening), with shifts predominantly in the afternoon and evening.

• Manage clients with complex social and medical needs.

• May require independent work with variability in interdisciplinary supports.

• High caseloads - must be able to multitask, work in a fast paced, multi-faceted environment and make efficient decisions.

• Travel to multiple locations for clinics, mobile clinics, and outreach. Driver’s license (G or G2) and vehicle recommended.

• Ability to effectively understand the appreciation of guiding fundamentals at LAMP, i.e. Health Promotion, Anti-Oppression; Harm Reduction and the principles of community-based practice. “Walk the talk.”

• There is an expectation for all employees to participate in two events per year for the agency; these events may be during the evening or on a weekend.

Physical Requirements

• Data entry, with long periods of time sitting stationary in front of a computer monitor while keyboarding. • Ability to balance all job requirements in a busy atmosphere, including responding promptly to all communication.

• Frequent standing and sitting for extended periods of time and some occasional lifting may be required. • Demonstrates good and safe work habits, and maintains a clean working environment.

• Ensures full compliance with LAMP’s Health and Safety regulations and LAMP’s policies and procedures.

As part of our mandate for inclusivity, reasonable accommodations can be made for all incumbents to perform the described physical functions of the aforementioned job.

LAMP Community Health Centre is dedicated to achieving a workforce that reflects the diversity of the community it serves and encourages applications from equity seeking groups.

Please send your resume with a cover letter to Human Resources:

           Email Address  │

                       Subject  │  Job Opening for RN, Diabetes Educator, HPET

This is a Bargaining Unit Position

We thank all applicants for their interest.  However, only those selected for interviews will be contacted. No phone calls please. 



  • We believe that everyone has the right to live in a healthy community.
  • We value and respect people of diverse backgrounds and perspectives, and are committed to providing meaningful opportunities for our communities to determine their own needs.
  • We believe that everyone has strengths, and that each person has the right to both contribute to, and be helped by their community.
  • We are committed to working with our communities to fight oppression.  Inclusiveness is a core value of LAMP.
  • We believe that health is more than the absence of disease.  It is influenced by social and economic factors.
  • We are committed to helping everyone in our communities get access to the resources and supports that they need.
  • We believe that some members of the community have greater needs and fewer choices and therefore require more of our services, advocacy, and support. Through empowered members the community is strengthened.

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