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

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There are some 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 will be contacted only if there are no qualified internal applicants. We encourage non-employees to apply for casual, relief and temporary positions.
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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
Director of Care Spiritwood and District Health Complex
Oct 11, 2017 17:00
Open Until Filled
Permanent Full Time
Salary and benefits as per terms and conditions of employment

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Healthy Living in Healthy Communities


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

Job Summary:

The Director of Care (D.O.C.) is accountable for ensuring the direct delivery of all services within the facility in accordance with Prince Albert Parkland Health Region policies, vision and mission. -The D.O.C. ensures the adherence to the Prince Albert Parkland Health Region policies, collective agreements and legislative requirements as outlined in related acts. She/he communicates these as necessary to staff. -The D.O.C. acts as a role model. -The D.O.C. attends site managers meetings and necessary educational events as directed. -The D.O.C. participates proactively in committees as required -The D.O.C. carries out written probationary and annual performance appraisals for all facility staff. - The D.O.C. enhances the public image of Prince Albert Parkland Health Region by providing effective public relations and by consulting and collaborating with the community resources and other health professionals. - The D.O.C. coordinates the payroll process within the facility by approving the work records and notifying the Payroll Coordinator of any errors or discrepancies within the process. She/he documents work related injuries accordingly. - The D.O.C. is responsible for management of materials, supplies and capital equipment within the facility in consultation with the Regional Materials Manager. - The D.O.C. coordinates the orientation process for new employees and provides information about employee benefits plans. - he D.O.C. co-chairs the local Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) Committee and ensures adherence to OH&S policies, procedures and standards. - The D.O.C. plans student practicums. - The D.O.C. promotes staff participation in educational events.


- Management education or 3 years management experience preferred

Qualifications, Knowledge, and Skills:

Required Qualifications
Bachelor Degree/Diploma in Nursing
Registered or eligible for registration with the Saskatchewan Registered Nurses Association (SRNA) as an RN (NP) or RN (GNP)

Additional Text:

37.5 hours in a 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.