Reporting to the Senior Director, Quality and Integrated Care , the Supervisor Client Service works within a multi-disciplinary team and is responsible for conducting in-home or hospital base client assessments and the supervision of a team of Personal Support Workers
- Supervise and coordinate the delivery of client care by providing quality and appropriate nursing care, decision-making and problem-solving
- Supervise a team of Personal Support Workers
- Conduct initial and ongoing assessments/reassessments of clients' need for service according to Agency guidelines.
- Provide direct nursing care such as medication administration,, wound care, ostomy care, etc. as needed
- Establish care plans based upon client health and functioning level, support network and home environment. Process referrals where required.
- Lead and direct a PSW team to deliver a value-added seamless service experience that meets clients’ needs and expectations. This includes supervising, coaching and supporting the PSWs to provide high quality client and family centered care.
- Assist clients and family members to navigate the healthcare system by linking them with the right information and providers
- Assist with timekeeping duties
- Demonstrate a positive professional attitude when representing CANES Community Care
- Prepare statistical reports and responsible for meeting targets of the program
- Contribute to a culture of client safety and employee health and safety, by complying with all safety practices of the organization, reporting unsafe practices and adverse events, and acting on safety recommendations
- Participates in PSW education and training such as teaching delegated acts through ongoing education
- Alternates 24-hour on-call responsibility on a rotation basis as per needs of the organization
- Other duties as assigned
- RPN designation required
- Must be registered with the College of Nurses of Ontario and be in good standing
- Ability to work remotely with minimal supervision
- Fluency in English (written and oral) -- French and , additional language(s) an asset
- Ability to work with diverse communities
- Excellent oral and written communication, assessment and problem solving skills
- Knowledge of computer programs i.e. interRAI Community Health Assessment Tool, Screener, Procura, Word, Excel, etc.
- Valid class G driver’s license and access to reliable vehicle
- Ability to work independently
- Relevant combination of qualifications and experience will be considered
- Clear Police Reference Check with Vulnerable Sector Screening
Job Types Full-time, Contract
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
CANES Community Care is an Equal Opportunity Employer
CANES is committed to making employment opportunities accessible in accordance with the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. Upon request, accommodation will be provided in all parts of the application and hiring process.