Associate Director of Care

Organization NameJob CategoriesPosition TypeRegion and Location(s)Career LevelSalaryAd Online SinceApplication Deadline
Saint Luke's Place
  • Healthcare: Nursing
  • Management / Executive
Contract - Full Time
  • Ontario - Kitchener/Waterloo Area - Cambridge
Manager (Supervisor of Staff)N/A2019-06-122019-06-28

At Saint Luke’s Place we take great pride in providing person-centred care and we focus heavily on innovation and excellence to do so.

Are you a person excited by the opportunity to lead, inspire and manage a team of direct care professionals? If you are passionate about inspiring a team of direct care profesionals as they explore innovative ways to remove barriers and overcome obstacles all while working toward excellence in person-centred care, then we have an opportunity for you. As an independent non-profit home, we invest the lion share of our resources into the frontline teams that support our residents and their needs. As a leader in our organization you will enjoy doing so as well.

As the next Associate Director of Care, you will be supported in fostering strong relationships with the entire direct care team and given the resources to support frontline team generated initiatives and solutions. You will have the opportunity to encourage self-directed teams as they identify innovative ways to provide excellent person-centred care. At Saint Luke’s Place we believe that our frontline team members have the greatest impact on our resident experience and we as leaders are in place to support their excellence and growth.

Must haves:

  • Currently in good standing as a Registered Nurse with the Ontario College of Nurses; must hold a current Certificate of Competence and retain continued good standing with the College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO) of “Entitled to Practice with no Restrictions” as a Registered Nurse
  • Minimum of three (3) years relevant supervisory experience, preferred experience in a geriatric, long-term care, rehabilitation, or chronic care setting
  • Demonstrated experience with the development, implementation and operation of quality assurance and continuous quality improvement programs and practices.
  • Excellent clinical skills including resident assessment, treatment approaches and documentation.
  • Demonstrated progressive supervisory, management and leadership experience
  • Working knowledge of the legislative regulatory framework and an understanding of how to work within it.
  • Must possess excellent presentation, effective communication, interpersonal, planning and organization skills.
  • Demonstrated proficiency in use of computers, clinical software and applications.


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