New Job Registered Nurse Supervisor (Part-Time) In Ontario

Registered Nurse Supervisor (Part-Time)
Registered Nurse Supervisor (Part-Time)

Registered Nurse Supervisor (Part-Time)

Company : The Corporation of the City of St Thomas
Salary : $41.78–$52.22 an hour
Location : Ontario

Full Description

Registered Nurse Supervisor – Valleyview Home

Responsible to and reports to the Director of Care. The Registered Nurse Supervisor is responsible for assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating the nursing care of the residents. Prepares and Administers medications as ordered and According to the Standards of Nursing Practice as set by the College of Nurses. Responsible for and administers Controlled Drugs and Narcotics used in the Home. Consults Physicians and external resources, as needed in his/her professional judgement. Supervises, trains and delegates duties to the Registered Practical Nurses (RPNs) and Personal Support Workers (PSWs). Maintains the smooth operation of each resident home area, as designated by assignment and shift. Promotes the mission, vision and values of Valleyview Home.

The candidate is a self-starter who functions well in a leadership role, is confident in directing care providers, and has sound conflict resolution skills. Comfortable and experienced working within a unionized environment. Must have a genuine desire to work with the elderly, maintain professional standards as per the College of Nurses of Ontario, and ensure compliance with the Long Term Care Homes Act, 2007, in the delivery of all resident care by RPNs and PSWs.

  • Prioritizes emergent issues and provides direction and support to RPN and PSW staff concerning resident care, resident social issues and resident home area operations. Ensures care is provided as per each resident care plan and ensures continuity of care.
  • Develops, evaluates and modifies care plans for residents using RAI-MDS within the required timelines.
  • Provides nursing care, including counselling, instruction, and the coordination of resident care.
  • Examines, measures, and records resident vital statistics including, serum levels of glucose, weight, and neurological assessments using appropriate methods and equipment.
  • Administers and interprets results of assessments such as mental status, fall risk, pressure ulcer risk, wound care, continence etc., as a component of the overall nursing assessment of resident health status and care planning.
  • Assesses the physical, emotional and psychological well-being of residents through observation and analysis of test and physical health indicators to evaluate care plan and identify modifications which may be required.
  • Chairs Annual and Admission Care Conferences and unit meetings as required.
  • Accompanies physician on rounds, providing information on resident condition and progress, advocacy, and assists with examinations, e.g. positioning, dressing and undressing residents.
  • Transcribes verbal or written physician’s orders for medication or other treatment.
  • Prepares and administers resident’s medication in accordance with physician’s orders and the standards of practice from the Ontario College of Nurses, including narcotic and controlled drugs.
  • Maintains inventory, ensuring medications are properly stored, safe and secure.
  • Administers prescribed treatments as ordered by the physician, such as catheterizations, respiratory therapies, suctions, exercise, and wound irrigations.
  • Administers first aid and emergency health measures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  • Prepares and applies clean and sterile dressings and bandages and replaces as required.
  • Cleanses wounds and lesions. Removes stitches and clips. Implements appropriate tools as legislated for monitoring and ensures protocols are adhered to.
  • Practices sterile techniques and other infection control procedures to minimize the transmission of infection.
  • Monitors and participates in the personal care of residents/clients, as required; for example, hygiene, feeding, positioning, transferring, ambulation, toileting, in accordance with Ministry standards and Valleyview policy and procedures.
  • Liaises, refers and advocates with community resources to coordinate admittances, transfers, and discharges/deaths: hospitals (acute care, rehabilitation, and palliation), public health department, home care program, long term care facilities, ambulance services, diagnostic services, the coroner’s office and social services.
  • Prepares and maintains documentation such as care plans, health care records, medication administration and narcotic record, nursing records, statistics and reports.
  • Performs delegated Medical Acts (duties), i.e. vaccinations, inoculation, eye irrigations, death pronouncement etc.
  • Counsels, instructs, and confers with resident/client and family in planning care: provides emotional support; responds to enquiries and resolves complaints.
  • Participates in Quality Improvement and Risk Management activities.
  • Performs administrative duties such as staff scheduling in off hours, building safety and initiating emergency response.
  • Executes Resident Abuse Legislation after hours and on weekends and stats, in the absence of management, including Mandatory Reporting, if applicable.
  • Complies with all provisions of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, related to “Duties of a Supervisor” and “Duties of a Worker”.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Current registration with the College of Nurses of Ontario without restrictions and a minimum of two years’ experience in geriatrics, rehabilitation or long term care nursing is required. A B.Sc.N. would be considered an asset. Must have a current certificate of Competence from the College of Nurses of Ontario. Must have experience supervising other staff and providing direction and guidance to same as well as evaluating work performance within a unionized environment. Must have the ability to direct nursing care provision to ambulant and non-ambulant residents and clients with a focus on restoration, health promotion and palliation regardless of complexity and predictability, autonomously within his/her scope of competence. Demonstrated knowledge and ability in the practical application of nursing theory, biological and social sciences, principles of gerontology and accepted best practices, to the standard established by provincial and nursing legislation. Must have strong organizational abilities with demonstrated ability to prioritize and direct other staff. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, conflict resolution and leadership. Demonstrated strong computer skills and be familiar with Point Click Care software. Must be reliable, accountable and flexible in scheduling to respond to the needs of the facility.

  • Must be available and willing to work four (4) and eight (8) hour shifts, scheduled shifts, call-ins, week-ends, evenings and nights – seven (7) days a week.
  • Successful completion of a police record check with vulnerable sector clearance. Satisfactory TB documentation.
  • Must meet all applicable provincial directives with respect to immunization/testing.
COVID-19 Information:
Please note staff are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or provide proof of a medical contraindication or exemption. Must meet all applicable provincial directives with respect to COVID-19 immunization/testing.

Remuneration Range: $41.78 - $52.22 per hour plus 4% vacation pay.
As per the non-union by-law, part-time Registered Nurse Supervisor positions will receive:
  • Up to 16% of wages paid in lieu of benefits
  • $250.00 annual clothing allowance (pro-rated for partial years)
Applications for this position will be considered active for six months from the date the application was received.

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All prospective employees, volunteers and students will be required to provide an acceptable “Criminal Record Search” as a condition of employment and prior to commencing employment.

Although we appreciate all applications received, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.

Personal information for this position is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, R.S.O. 2001, as amended.

The City of St. Thomas is an equal opportunity employer. Accommodations are available for all parts of the recruitment process. If you require accommodation to apply or if selected to participate in an assessment process, you must provide your accommodation needs in advance. Questions may be directed to the Human Resources Department at 519-631-1680 ext. 4146.