The following are the current job opportunities for the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region and Mont St. Joseph Home. Individuals are encouraged to apply for specific positions rather than submitting a general resume. 

Current Prince Albert Parkland Health Region employees will be redirected to Gateway Online.

Prince Albert Parkland Health Region has financial incentive programs for hard to recruit positions. Applicants can also review application tips, and information for internationally educated professionals.

  • While all applications are welcome, internal applications are reviewed first for positions for the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Saskatchewan Union of Nurses, and Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan.
  • Individuals who are not currently employed by the health region will be contacted only if there are no qualified internal applicants. We encourage non-employees to apply for casual, relief and temporary positions.
  • For all Out of Scope (non-union) positions a cover letter and resume must be included.
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Please ensure you have attached either a cover letter and resume, or an application form before submitting your application.

We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those selected for interviews will be contacted.
Job Details
Home First Palliative Care RN
GO-00370254-2
Aug 03, 2016 17:00
Open Until Filled
Temporary Part Time
Jul 24, 2017
Prince Albert
HOME CARE PRINCE ALBERT
Home First
0.25
$35.460 to $46.030 (6 step range)
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Vision:

Healthy Living in Healthy Communities

Mission:

The Prince Albert Parkland Health Region works with people and communities to promote health, prevent illness and provide safe,quality health services.

Job Summary:

Reporting to the Community Team Manager, the Clinical Coordinator combines knowledge of case management, supervisory and clinical nursing skills to effectively assess and coordinate client care in the nursing department. The goal of this position is to meet ever increasing demand for nursing services by improving the overall flow of the department. The Clinical Coordinator will meet this demand by fostering collaborative team work, with each team member working to their full scope of practice; thus providing excellent nursing care. This supervisory position requires highly developed problem solving and decision making skills in dealing with a variety of health care providers, physicians, specialists, clients and families. The clinical Coordinator plays a key role in supporting the nursing team with her/his superior clinical skills and knowledge and the overall view of the caseload requirements for the day.

Experience:

Qualifications: Current Registration with the SRNA Degree from an approved School of Nursing Willingness to maintain or obtain required competencies in practice Demonstrated understanding of case management as part of the service delivery approach Self-motivated and self-directed Three years' experience in community nursing required A minimum of one to two years in a hospital setting required Experience in Home Care Intake preferred Computer literacy in email, word documents and web search. Working knowledge of the Procura program and RAI-HC assessment tool preferred Ability to enter data reliably and efficiently through keyboarding Valid Saskatchewan Driver's License and access to a reliable vehicle Ability to travel extensively and drive on rural roads Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Team player with superior written, verbal and organizational skills Excellent interpersonal communication skills Requires ability to work independently with minimum supervision Requires skills to manage conflict There are regular requirements to meet deadlines, to enable client needs be met May need to deal with emotionally charged situations Utilizes case management strategies to develop the client care plan Sound knowledge of the nursing process Works within established policies and procedures Comprehensive knowledge of SRNA's standards for nursing practice utilizing clinical pathways and evidence based care. Strong assessment skills and ability to identify unmet needs (clinically and socially) Strong problem solving skills and knowledge of available resources Makes judgments on the basis of critical thinking in order to creatively solve problems in an open and resourceful manner Interacts with clients, families and staff in a tactful, meaningful way Ability to handle several complex issues concurrently, while maintaining attention to detail Must be a client advocate Must be culturally sensitive when dealing with multi-cultural clients and co-workers Must be well organized and able to meet deadlines Ability to assist with policy and procedure development and quality assurance initiatives Demonstrates ability to work in a team successfully promoting collaborative practice with other professionals Demonstrates commitment to professional growth

Qualifications, Knowledge, and Skills:

Required Qualifications
Bachelor Degree in Nursing
Registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA)
Valid Class 5 drivers license

Additional Text:

112 hours in a 12 week rotation. Shifts (days, evenings, nights) including actual hours, date of commencement and temporary end dates are for informational purpose only and may be subject to change.